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{- running git commands
-
- Copyright 2010-2012 Joey Hess <joey@kitenet.net>
-
- Licensed under the GNU GPL version 3 or higher.
-}
module Git.Command where
import System.Posix.Process (getAnyProcessStatus)
import System.Process (std_out, env)
import Common
import Git
import Git.Types
import qualified Utility.CoProcess as CoProcess
{- Constructs a git command line operating on the specified repo. -}
gitCommandLine :: [CommandParam] -> Repo -> [CommandParam]
gitCommandLine params Repo { location = l@(Local _ _ ) } = setdir : settree ++ params
where
setdir = Param $ "--git-dir=" ++ gitdir l
settree = case worktree l of
Nothing -> []
Just t -> [Param $ "--work-tree=" ++ t]
gitCommandLine _ repo = assertLocal repo $ error "internal"
{- Runs git in the specified repo. -}
runBool :: String -> [CommandParam] -> Repo -> IO Bool
runBool subcommand params repo = assertLocal repo $
boolSystemEnv "git"
(gitCommandLine (Param subcommand : params) repo)
(gitEnv repo)
{- Runs git in the specified repo, throwing an error if it fails. -}
run :: String -> [CommandParam] -> Repo -> IO ()
run subcommand params repo = assertLocal repo $
unlessM (runBool subcommand params repo) $
error $ "git " ++ subcommand ++ " " ++ show params ++ " failed"
{- Runs a git subcommand and returns its output, lazily.
-
- Also returns an action that should be used when the output is all
- read (or no more is needed), that will wait on the command, and
- return True if it succeeded. Failure to wait will result in zombies.
-}
pipeReadLazy :: [CommandParam] -> Repo -> IO (String, IO Bool)
pipeReadLazy params repo = assertLocal repo $ do
(_, Just h, _, pid) <- createProcess p { std_out = CreatePipe }
fileEncoding h
c <- hGetContents h
return (c, checkSuccessProcess pid)
where
p = gitCreateProcess params repo
{- Runs a git subcommand, and returns its output, strictly.
-
- Nonzero exit status is ignored.
-}
pipeReadStrict :: [CommandParam] -> Repo -> IO String
pipeReadStrict params repo = assertLocal repo $
withHandle StdoutHandle (createProcessChecked ignoreFailureProcess) p $ \h -> do
fileEncoding h
output <- hGetContentsStrict h
hClose h
return output
where
p = gitCreateProcess params repo
{- Runs a git subcommand, feeding it input, and returning its output,
- which is expected to be fairly small, since it's all read into memory
- strictly. -}
pipeWriteRead :: [CommandParam] -> String -> Repo -> IO String
pipeWriteRead params s repo = assertLocal repo $
writeReadProcessEnv "git" (toCommand $ gitCommandLine params repo)
(gitEnv repo) s
{- Runs a git subcommand, feeding it input on a handle with an action. -}
pipeWrite :: [CommandParam] -> Repo -> (Handle -> IO ()) -> IO ()
pipeWrite params repo = withHandle StdinHandle createProcessSuccess $
gitCreateProcess params repo
{- Reads null terminated output of a git command (as enabled by the -z
- parameter), and splits it. -}
pipeNullSplit :: [CommandParam] -> Repo -> IO ([String], IO Bool)
pipeNullSplit params repo = do
(s, cleanup) <- pipeReadLazy params repo
return (filter (not . null) $ split sep s, cleanup)
where
sep = "\0"
pipeNullSplitZombie :: [CommandParam] -> Repo -> IO [String]
pipeNullSplitZombie params repo = leaveZombie <$> pipeNullSplit params repo
{- Doesn't run the cleanup action. A zombie results. -}
leaveZombie :: (a, IO Bool) -> a
leaveZombie = fst
{- Reaps any zombie git processes.
-
- Warning: Not thread safe. Anything that was expecting to wait
- on a process and get back an exit status is going to be confused
- if this reap gets there first. -}
reap :: IO ()
reap = do
-- throws an exception when there are no child processes
catchDefaultIO Nothing (getAnyProcessStatus False True)
>>= maybe noop (const reap)
{- Runs a git command as a coprocess. -}
gitCoProcessStart :: [CommandParam] -> Repo -> IO CoProcess.CoProcessHandle
gitCoProcessStart params repo = CoProcess.start "git" (toCommand $ gitCommandLine params repo) (gitEnv repo)
gitCreateProcess :: [CommandParam] -> Repo -> CreateProcess
gitCreateProcess params repo =
(proc "git" $ toCommand $ gitCommandLine params repo)
{ env = gitEnv repo }
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