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Opera upstreamtools

A script to create a web page tracking upstreamed code to the Chromium project from Opera.

Getting started

Get the source:

git clone
cd upstreamtools

Install the requirements (possibly inside a virtualenv):

pip install -r requirements.txt

Get the required upstream repositories:

git clone --bare chromium.src.git
git clone --bare v8.git
git clone --bare skia.git
git clone --bare boringssl.git

Generate the file:

python > upstream.html

Updating the overview

There's a simple script which should be able to do the work for you. It will generate the list, switch to the gh-pages branch and commit it. If you run it with the push argument it will even try to push it for you.

./ [push]

Updating the overview manually

Update the Git checkouts.

for p in chromium.src v8; do git --git-dir=$p.git fetch; done

Generate the file, switch branch and check in there.

python > upstream.html
git checkout gh-pages
mv upstream.html index.html
git commit -m "Update upstream overview." index.html

NOTE: It should normally only add new entries. Check if it does something else. If you did not clone the upstreames like mirrors, the master branch won't always be poining at the newest point in history. You will have to do a git pull or similar in your working directory.


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