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Merge pull request #744 from arrbee/fix-filemodes

Fix filemode comparison in diffs
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2 parents 80c0375 + ac971ec commit e0b110edb1d0863ad454bfce0b0c3ac1ceef3392 @arrbee arrbee committed Jun 8, 2012
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  1. +1 −3 examples/diff.c
  2. +69 −22 include/git2/diff.h
  3. +1 −1 include/git2/status.h
  4. +67 −37 src/diff.c
  5. +4 −1 src/diff.h
  6. +16 −8 src/diff_output.c
  7. +7 −3 src/path.c
  8. +24 −0 tests-clar/clar_helpers.c
  9. +3 −0 tests-clar/clar_libgit2.h
  10. +6 −1 tests-clar/diff/diff_helpers.c
  11. +1 −1 tests-clar/diff/tree.c
  12. +273 −31 tests-clar/diff/workdir.c
  13. +1 −0 tests-clar/resources/filemodes/.gitted/HEAD
  14. +6 −0 tests-clar/resources/filemodes/.gitted/config
  15. +1 −0 tests-clar/resources/filemodes/.gitted/description
  16. +24 −0 tests-clar/resources/filemodes/.gitted/hooks/commit-msg.sample
  17. BIN tests-clar/resources/filemodes/.gitted/index
  18. +6 −0 tests-clar/resources/filemodes/.gitted/info/exclude
  19. +1 −0 tests-clar/resources/filemodes/.gitted/logs/HEAD
  20. +1 −0 tests-clar/resources/filemodes/.gitted/logs/refs/heads/master
  21. BIN tests-clar/resources/filemodes/.gitted/objects/99/62c8453ba6f0cf8dac7c5dcc2fa2897fa9964a
  22. BIN tests-clar/resources/filemodes/.gitted/objects/a5/c5dd0fc6c313159a69b1d19d7f61a9f978e8f1
  23. BIN tests-clar/resources/filemodes/.gitted/objects/e7/48d196331bcb20267eaaee4ff3326cb73b8182
  24. +1 −0 tests-clar/resources/filemodes/.gitted/refs/heads/master
  25. +1 −0 tests-clar/resources/filemodes/exec_off
  26. +1 −0 tests-clar/resources/filemodes/exec_off2on_staged
  27. +1 −0 tests-clar/resources/filemodes/exec_off2on_workdir
  28. +1 −0 tests-clar/resources/filemodes/exec_off_untracked
  29. +1 −0 tests-clar/resources/filemodes/exec_on
  30. +1 −0 tests-clar/resources/filemodes/exec_on2off_staged
  31. +1 −0 tests-clar/resources/filemodes/exec_on2off_workdir
  32. +1 −0 tests-clar/resources/filemodes/exec_on_untracked
  33. +66 −0 tests-clar/status/worktree.c
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4 examples/diff.c
@@ -185,9 +185,7 @@ int main(int argc, char *argv[])
/* open repo */
- check(git_repository_discover(path, sizeof(path), dir, 0, "/"),
- "Could not discover repository");
- check(git_repository_open(&repo, path),
+ check(git_repository_open_ext(&repo, dir, 0, NULL),
"Could not open repository");
if (treeish1)
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91 include/git2/diff.h
@@ -29,6 +29,10 @@
*/
GIT_BEGIN_DECL
+/**
+ * Flags for diff options. A combination of these flags can be passed
+ * in via the `flags` value in the `git_diff_options`.
+ */
enum {
GIT_DIFF_NORMAL = 0,
GIT_DIFF_REVERSE = (1 << 0),
@@ -160,15 +164,16 @@ typedef int (*git_diff_hunk_fn)(
* the file or hunk headers.
*/
enum {
- /* these values will be sent to `git_diff_data_fn` along with the line */
+ /* These values will be sent to `git_diff_data_fn` along with the line */
GIT_DIFF_LINE_CONTEXT = ' ',
GIT_DIFF_LINE_ADDITION = '+',
GIT_DIFF_LINE_DELETION = '-',
- GIT_DIFF_LINE_ADD_EOFNL = '\n', /**< LF was added at end of file */
+ GIT_DIFF_LINE_ADD_EOFNL = '\n', /**< DEPRECATED */
GIT_DIFF_LINE_DEL_EOFNL = '\0', /**< LF was removed at end of file */
- /* these values will only be sent to a `git_diff_data_fn` when the content
- * of a diff is being formatted (eg. through git_diff_print_patch() or
- * git_diff_print_compact(), for instance).
+
+ /* The following values will only be sent to a `git_diff_data_fn` when
+ * the content of a diff is being formatted (eg. through
+ * git_diff_print_patch() or git_diff_print_compact(), for instance).
*/
GIT_DIFF_LINE_FILE_HDR = 'F',
GIT_DIFF_LINE_HUNK_HDR = 'H',
@@ -206,6 +211,8 @@ GIT_EXTERN(void) git_diff_list_free(git_diff_list *diff);
/**
* Compute a difference between two tree objects.
*
+ * This is equivalent to `git diff <treeish> <treeish>`
+ *
* @param repo The repository containing the trees.
* @param opts Structure with options to influence diff or NULL for defaults.
* @param old_tree A git_tree object to diff from.
@@ -222,6 +229,9 @@ GIT_EXTERN(int) git_diff_tree_to_tree(
/**
* Compute a difference between a tree and the index.
*
+ * This is equivalent to `git diff --cached <treeish>` or if you pass
+ * the HEAD tree, then like `git diff --cached`.
+ *
* @param repo The repository containing the tree and index.
* @param opts Structure with options to influence diff or NULL for defaults.
* @param old_tree A git_tree object to diff from.
@@ -236,6 +246,11 @@ GIT_EXTERN(int) git_diff_index_to_tree(
/**
* Compute a difference between the working directory and the index.
*
+ * This matches the `git diff` command. See the note below on
+ * `git_diff_workdir_to_tree` for a discussion of the difference between
+ * `git diff` and `git diff HEAD` and how to emulate a `git diff <treeish>`
+ * using libgit2.
+ *
* @param repo The repository.
* @param opts Structure with options to influence diff or NULL for defaults.
* @param diff A pointer to a git_diff_list pointer that will be allocated.
@@ -248,14 +263,24 @@ GIT_EXTERN(int) git_diff_workdir_to_index(
/**
* Compute a difference between the working directory and a tree.
*
- * This returns strictly the differences between the tree and the
- * files contained in the working directory, regardless of the state
- * of files in the index. There is no direct equivalent in C git.
+ * This is *NOT* the same as `git diff <treeish>`. Running `git diff HEAD`
+ * or the like actually uses information from the index, along with the tree
+ * and workdir dir info.
*
- * This is *NOT* the same as 'git diff HEAD' or 'git diff <SHA>'. Those
- * commands diff the tree, the index, and the workdir. To emulate those
- * functions, call `git_diff_index_to_tree` and `git_diff_workdir_to_index`,
- * then call `git_diff_merge` on the results.
+ * This function returns strictly the differences between the tree and the
+ * files contained in the working directory, regardless of the state of
+ * files in the index. It may come as a surprise, but there is no direct
+ * equivalent in core git.
+ *
+ * To emulate `git diff <treeish>`, you should call both
+ * `git_diff_index_to_tree` and `git_diff_workdir_to_index`, then call
+ * `git_diff_merge` on the results. That will yield a `git_diff_list` that
+ * matches the git output.
+ *
+ * If this seems confusing, take the case of a file with a staged deletion
+ * where the file has then been put back into the working dir and modified.
+ * The tree-to-workdir diff for that file is 'modified', but core git would
+ * show status 'deleted' since there is a pending deletion in the index.
*
* @param repo The repository containing the tree.
* @param opts Structure with options to influence diff or NULL for defaults.
@@ -298,10 +323,23 @@ GIT_EXTERN(int) git_diff_merge(
/**
* Iterate over a diff list issuing callbacks.
*
- * If the hunk and/or line callbacks are not NULL, then this will calculate
- * text diffs for all files it thinks are not binary. If those are both
- * NULL, then this will not bother with the text diffs, so it can be
- * efficient.
+ * This will iterate through all of the files described in a diff. You
+ * should provide a file callback to learn about each file.
+ *
+ * The "hunk" and "line" callbacks are optional, and the text diff of the
+ * files will only be calculated if they are not NULL. Of course, these
+ * callbacks will not be invoked for binary files on the diff list or for
+ * files whose only changed is a file mode change.
+ *
+ * @param diff A git_diff_list generated by one of the above functions.
+ * @param cb_data Reference pointer that will be passed to your callbacks.
+ * @param file_cb Callback function to make per file in the diff.
+ * @param hunk_cb Optional callback to make per hunk of text diff. This
+ * callback is called to describe a range of lines in the
+ * diff. It will not be issued for binary files.
+ * @param line_cb Optional callback to make per line of diff text. This
+ * same callback will be made for context lines, added, and
+ * removed lines, and even for a deleted trailing newline.
*/
GIT_EXTERN(int) git_diff_foreach(
git_diff_list *diff,
@@ -322,6 +360,14 @@ GIT_EXTERN(int) git_diff_print_compact(
* Iterate over a diff generating text output like "git diff".
*
* This is a super easy way to generate a patch from a diff.
+ *
+ * @param diff A git_diff_list generated by one of the above functions.
+ * @param cb_data Reference pointer that will be passed to your callbacks.
+ * @param print_cb Callback function to output lines of the diff. This
+ * same function will be called for file headers, hunk
+ * headers, and diff lines. Fortunately, you can probably
+ * use various GIT_DIFF_LINE constants to determine what
+ * text you are given.
*/
GIT_EXTERN(int) git_diff_print_patch(
git_diff_list *diff,
@@ -338,13 +384,14 @@ GIT_EXTERN(int) git_diff_print_patch(
/**
* Directly run a text diff on two blobs.
*
- * Compared to a file, a blob lacks some contextual information. As such, the
- * `git_diff_file` parameters of the callbacks will be filled accordingly to the following:
- * `mode` will be set to 0, `path` will be set to NULL. When dealing with a NULL blob, `oid`
- * will be set to 0.
+ * Compared to a file, a blob lacks some contextual information. As such,
+ * the `git_diff_file` parameters of the callbacks will be filled
+ * accordingly to the following: `mode` will be set to 0, `path` will be set
+ * to NULL. When dealing with a NULL blob, `oid` will be set to 0.
*
- * When at least one of the blobs being dealt with is binary, the `git_diff_delta` binary
- * attribute will be set to 1 and no call to the hunk_cb nor line_cb will be made.
+ * When at least one of the blobs being dealt with is binary, the
+ * `git_diff_delta` binary attribute will be set to 1 and no call to the
+ * hunk_cb nor line_cb will be made.
*/
GIT_EXTERN(int) git_diff_blobs(
git_blob *old_blob,
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2 include/git2/status.h
@@ -102,7 +102,7 @@ enum {
GIT_STATUS_OPT_INCLUDE_UNTRACKED = (1 << 0),
GIT_STATUS_OPT_INCLUDE_IGNORED = (1 << 1),
GIT_STATUS_OPT_INCLUDE_UNMODIFIED = (1 << 2),
- GIT_STATUS_OPT_EXCLUDE_SUBMODULED = (1 << 3),
+ GIT_STATUS_OPT_EXCLUDE_SUBMODULES = (1 << 3),
GIT_STATUS_OPT_RECURSE_UNTRACKED_DIRS = (1 << 4),
};
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104 src/diff.c
@@ -130,37 +130,50 @@ static git_diff_delta *diff_delta__dup(
static git_diff_delta *diff_delta__merge_like_cgit(
const git_diff_delta *a, const git_diff_delta *b, git_pool *pool)
{
- git_diff_delta *dup = diff_delta__dup(a, pool);
- if (!dup)
- return NULL;
-
- if (git_oid_cmp(&dup->new_file.oid, &b->new_file.oid) == 0)
- return dup;
-
- git_oid_cpy(&dup->new_file.oid, &b->new_file.oid);
-
- dup->new_file.mode = b->new_file.mode;
- dup->new_file.size = b->new_file.size;
- dup->new_file.flags = b->new_file.flags;
+ git_diff_delta *dup;
/* Emulate C git for merging two diffs (a la 'git diff <sha>').
*
* When C git does a diff between the work dir and a tree, it actually
* diffs with the index but uses the workdir contents. This emulates
* those choices so we can emulate the type of diff.
+ *
+ * We have three file descriptions here, let's call them:
+ * f1 = a->old_file
+ * f2 = a->new_file AND b->old_file
+ * f3 = b->new_file
*/
- if (git_oid_cmp(&dup->old_file.oid, &dup->new_file.oid) == 0) {
- if (dup->status == GIT_DELTA_DELETED)
- /* preserve pending delete info */;
- else if (b->status == GIT_DELTA_UNTRACKED ||
- b->status == GIT_DELTA_IGNORED)
- dup->status = b->status;
- else
+
+ /* if f2 == f3 or f2 is deleted, then just dup the 'a' diff */
+ if (b->status == GIT_DELTA_UNMODIFIED || a->status == GIT_DELTA_DELETED)
+ return diff_delta__dup(a, pool);
+
+ /* otherwise, base this diff on the 'b' diff */
+ if ((dup = diff_delta__dup(b, pool)) == NULL)
+ return NULL;
+
+ /* If 'a' status is uninteresting, then we're done */
+ if (a->status == GIT_DELTA_UNMODIFIED)
+ return dup;
+
+ assert(a->status != GIT_DELTA_UNMODIFIED);
+ assert(b->status != GIT_DELTA_UNMODIFIED);
+
+ /* A cgit exception is that the diff of a file that is only in the
+ * index (i.e. not in HEAD nor workdir) is given as empty.
+ */
+ if (dup->status == GIT_DELTA_DELETED) {
+ if (a->status == GIT_DELTA_ADDED)
dup->status = GIT_DELTA_UNMODIFIED;
+ /* else don't overwrite DELETE status */
+ } else {
+ dup->status = a->status;
}
- else if (dup->status == GIT_DELTA_UNMODIFIED ||
- b->status == GIT_DELTA_DELETED)
- dup->status = b->status;
+
+ git_oid_cpy(&dup->old_file.oid, &a->old_file.oid);
+ dup->old_file.mode = a->old_file.mode;
+ dup->old_file.size = a->old_file.size;
+ dup->old_file.flags = a->old_file.flags;
return dup;
}
@@ -214,7 +227,9 @@ static int diff_delta__from_two(
git_diff_list *diff,
git_delta_t status,
const git_index_entry *old_entry,
+ uint32_t old_mode,
const git_index_entry *new_entry,
+ uint32_t new_mode,
git_oid *new_oid)
{
git_diff_delta *delta;
@@ -224,19 +239,22 @@ static int diff_delta__from_two(
return 0;
if ((diff->opts.flags & GIT_DIFF_REVERSE) != 0) {
- const git_index_entry *temp = old_entry;
+ uint32_t temp_mode = old_mode;
+ const git_index_entry *temp_entry = old_entry;
old_entry = new_entry;
- new_entry = temp;
+ new_entry = temp_entry;
+ old_mode = new_mode;
+ new_mode = temp_mode;
}
delta = diff_delta__alloc(diff, status, old_entry->path);
GITERR_CHECK_ALLOC(delta);
- delta->old_file.mode = old_entry->mode;
+ delta->old_file.mode = old_mode;
git_oid_cpy(&delta->old_file.oid, &old_entry->oid);
delta->old_file.flags |= GIT_DIFF_FILE_VALID_OID;
- delta->new_file.mode = new_entry->mode;
+ delta->new_file.mode = new_mode;
git_oid_cpy(&delta->new_file.oid, new_oid ? new_oid : &new_entry->oid);
if (new_oid || !git_oid_iszero(&new_entry->oid))
delta->new_file.flags |= GIT_DIFF_FILE_VALID_OID;
@@ -300,7 +318,7 @@ static git_diff_list *git_diff_list_alloc(
if (config_bool(cfg, "core.ignorestat", 0))
diff->diffcaps = diff->diffcaps | GIT_DIFFCAPS_ASSUME_UNCHANGED;
if (config_bool(cfg, "core.filemode", 1))
- diff->diffcaps = diff->diffcaps | GIT_DIFFCAPS_TRUST_EXEC_BIT;
+ diff->diffcaps = diff->diffcaps | GIT_DIFFCAPS_TRUST_MODE_BITS;
if (config_bool(cfg, "core.trustctime", 1))
diff->diffcaps = diff->diffcaps | GIT_DIFFCAPS_TRUST_CTIME;
/* Don't set GIT_DIFFCAPS_USE_DEV - compile time option in core git */
@@ -419,7 +437,7 @@ static int oid_for_workdir_item(
return result;
}
-#define EXEC_BIT_MASK 0000111
+#define MODE_BITS_MASK 0000777
static int maybe_modified(
git_iterator *old_iter,
@@ -443,13 +461,13 @@ static int maybe_modified(
!(diff->diffcaps & GIT_DIFFCAPS_HAS_SYMLINKS))
nmode = GIT_MODE_TYPE(omode) | (nmode & GIT_MODE_PERMS_MASK);
- /* on platforms with no execmode, clear exec bit from comparisons */
- if (!(diff->diffcaps & GIT_DIFFCAPS_TRUST_EXEC_BIT)) {
- omode = omode & ~EXEC_BIT_MASK;
- nmode = nmode & ~EXEC_BIT_MASK;
- }
+ /* on platforms with no execmode, just preserve old mode */
+ if (!(diff->diffcaps & GIT_DIFFCAPS_TRUST_MODE_BITS) &&
+ (nmode & MODE_BITS_MASK) != (omode & MODE_BITS_MASK) &&
+ new_iter->type == GIT_ITERATOR_WORKDIR)
+ nmode = (nmode & ~MODE_BITS_MASK) | (omode & MODE_BITS_MASK);
- /* support "assume unchanged" (badly, b/c we still stat everything) */
+ /* support "assume unchanged" (poorly, b/c we still stat everything) */
if ((diff->diffcaps & GIT_DIFFCAPS_ASSUME_UNCHANGED) != 0)
status = (oitem->flags_extended & GIT_IDXENTRY_INTENT_TO_ADD) ?
GIT_DELTA_MODIFIED : GIT_DELTA_UNMODIFIED;
@@ -471,8 +489,13 @@ static int maybe_modified(
omode == nmode)
status = GIT_DELTA_UNMODIFIED;
- /* if we have a workdir item with an unknown oid, check deeper */
- else if (git_oid_iszero(&nitem->oid) && new_iter->type == GIT_ITERATOR_WORKDIR) {
+ /* if modes match and we have an unknown OID and a workdir iterator,
+ * then check deeper for matching
+ */
+ else if (omode == nmode &&
+ git_oid_iszero(&nitem->oid) &&
+ new_iter->type == GIT_ITERATOR_WORKDIR)
+ {
/* TODO: add check against index file st_mtime to avoid racy-git */
/* if they files look exactly alike, then we'll assume the same */
@@ -517,7 +540,8 @@ static int maybe_modified(
use_noid = &noid;
}
- return diff_delta__from_two(diff, status, oitem, nitem, use_noid);
+ return diff_delta__from_two(
+ diff, status, oitem, omode, nitem, nmode, use_noid);
}
static int diff_from_iterators(
@@ -772,6 +796,12 @@ int git_diff_merge(
git_vector_swap(&onto->deltas, &onto_new);
git_pool_swap(&onto->pool, &onto_pool);
onto->new_src = from->new_src;
+
+ /* prefix strings also come from old pool, so recreate those.*/
+ onto->opts.old_prefix =
+ git_pool_strdup(&onto->pool, onto->opts.old_prefix);
+ onto->opts.new_prefix =
+ git_pool_strdup(&onto->pool, onto->opts.new_prefix);
}
git_vector_foreach(&onto_new, i, delta)
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5 src/diff.h
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@
enum {
GIT_DIFFCAPS_HAS_SYMLINKS = (1 << 0), /* symlinks on platform? */
GIT_DIFFCAPS_ASSUME_UNCHANGED = (1 << 1), /* use stat? */
- GIT_DIFFCAPS_TRUST_EXEC_BIT = (1 << 2), /* use st_mode exec bit? */
+ GIT_DIFFCAPS_TRUST_MODE_BITS = (1 << 2), /* use st_mode? */
GIT_DIFFCAPS_TRUST_CTIME = (1 << 3), /* use st_ctime? */
GIT_DIFFCAPS_USE_DEV = (1 << 4), /* use st_dev? */
};
@@ -36,5 +36,8 @@ struct git_diff_list {
uint32_t diffcaps;
};
+extern void git_diff__cleanup_modes(
+ uint32_t diffcaps, uint32_t *omode, uint32_t *nmode);
+
#endif
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24 src/diff_output.c
@@ -83,12 +83,13 @@ static int diff_output_cb(void *priv, mmbuffer_t *bufs, int len)
info->cb_data, info->delta, &info->range, origin, bufs[1].ptr, bufs[1].size) < 0)
return -1;
- /* deal with adding and removing newline at EOF */
+ /* This should only happen if we are adding a line that does not
+ * have a newline at the end and the old code did. In that case,
+ * we have a ADD with a DEL_EOFNL as a pair.
+ */
if (len == 3) {
- if (origin == GIT_DIFF_LINE_ADDITION)
- origin = GIT_DIFF_LINE_ADD_EOFNL;
- else
- origin = GIT_DIFF_LINE_DEL_EOFNL;
+ origin = (origin == GIT_DIFF_LINE_ADDITION) ?
+ GIT_DIFF_LINE_DEL_EOFNL : GIT_DIFF_LINE_ADD_EOFNL;
return info->line_cb(
info->cb_data, info->delta, &info->range, origin, bufs[2].ptr, bufs[2].size);
@@ -359,7 +360,7 @@ int git_diff_foreach(
/* map files */
if (delta->binary != 1 &&
- (hunk_cb || line_cb) &&
+ (hunk_cb || line_cb || git_oid_iszero(&delta->old_file.oid)) &&
(delta->status == GIT_DELTA_DELETED ||
delta->status == GIT_DELTA_MODIFIED))
{
@@ -397,7 +398,9 @@ int git_diff_foreach(
/* since we did not have the definitive oid, we may have
* incorrect status and need to skip this item.
*/
- if (git_oid_cmp(&delta->old_file.oid, &delta->new_file.oid) == 0) {
+ if (delta->old_file.mode == delta->new_file.mode &&
+ !git_oid_cmp(&delta->old_file.oid, &delta->new_file.oid))
+ {
delta->status = GIT_DELTA_UNMODIFIED;
if ((diff->opts.flags & GIT_DIFF_INCLUDE_UNMODIFIED) == 0)
goto cleanup;
@@ -420,7 +423,8 @@ int git_diff_foreach(
*/
if (file_cb != NULL) {
- error = file_cb(data, delta, (float)info.index / diff->deltas.length);
+ error = file_cb(
+ data, delta, (float)info.index / diff->deltas.length);
if (error < 0)
goto cleanup;
}
@@ -433,6 +437,10 @@ int git_diff_foreach(
if (!old_data.len && !new_data.len)
goto cleanup;
+ /* nothing to do if only diff was a mode change */
+ if (!git_oid_cmp(&delta->old_file.oid, &delta->new_file.oid))
+ goto cleanup;
+
assert(hunk_cb || line_cb);
info.delta = delta;
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10 src/path.c
@@ -17,6 +17,10 @@
#include <stdio.h>
#include <ctype.h>
+#ifdef GIT_WIN32
+#define LOOKS_LIKE_DRIVE_PREFIX(S) (git__isalpha((S)[0]) && (S)[1] == ':')
+#endif
+
/*
* Based on the Android implementation, BSD licensed.
* Check http://android.git.kernel.org/
@@ -105,7 +109,7 @@ int git_path_dirname_r(git_buf *buffer, const char *path)
/* Mimic unix behavior where '/.git' returns '/': 'C:/.git' will return
'C:/' here */
- if (len == 2 && isalpha(path[0]) && path[1] == ':') {
+ if (len == 2 && LOOKS_LIKE_DRIVE_PREFIX(path)) {
len = 3;
goto Exit;
}
@@ -170,7 +174,7 @@ int git_path_root(const char *path)
#ifdef GIT_WIN32
/* Does the root of the path look like a windows drive ? */
- if (isalpha(path[0]) && (path[1] == ':'))
+ if (LOOKS_LIKE_DRIVE_PREFIX(path))
offset += 2;
/* Are we dealing with a windows network path? */
@@ -210,7 +214,7 @@ int git_path_prettify(git_buf *path_out, const char *path, const char *base)
giterr_set(GITERR_OS, "Failed to resolve path '%s'", path);
git_buf_clear(path_out);
-
+
return error;
}
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24 tests-clar/clar_helpers.c
@@ -155,3 +155,27 @@ void cl_git_sandbox_cleanup(void)
}
}
+bool cl_toggle_filemode(const char *filename)
+{
+ struct stat st1, st2;
+
+ cl_must_pass(p_stat(filename, &st1));
+ cl_must_pass(p_chmod(filename, st1.st_mode ^ 0100));
+ cl_must_pass(p_stat(filename, &st2));
+
+ return (st1.st_mode != st2.st_mode);
+}
+
+bool cl_is_chmod_supported(void)
+{
+ static int _is_supported = -1;
+
+ if (_is_supported < 0) {
+ cl_git_mkfile("filemode.t", "Test if filemode can be modified");
+ _is_supported = cl_toggle_filemode("filemode.t");
+ cl_must_pass(p_unlink("filemode.t"));
+ }
+
+ return _is_supported;
+}
+
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3 tests-clar/clar_libgit2.h
@@ -40,6 +40,9 @@ void cl_git_append2file(const char *filename, const char *new_content);
void cl_git_rewritefile(const char *filename, const char *new_content);
void cl_git_write2file(const char *filename, const char *new_content, int mode);
+bool cl_toggle_filemode(const char *filename);
+bool cl_is_chmod_supported(void);
+
/* Environment wrappers */
char *cl_getenv(const char *name);
int cl_setenv(const char *name, const char *value);
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7 tests-clar/diff/diff_helpers.c
@@ -85,11 +85,16 @@ int diff_line_fn(
e->line_ctxt++;
break;
case GIT_DIFF_LINE_ADDITION:
- case GIT_DIFF_LINE_ADD_EOFNL:
e->line_adds++;
break;
+ case GIT_DIFF_LINE_ADD_EOFNL:
+ assert(0);
+ break;
case GIT_DIFF_LINE_DELETION:
+ e->line_dels++;
+ break;
case GIT_DIFF_LINE_DEL_EOFNL:
+ /* technically not a line delete, but we'll count it as such */
e->line_dels++;
break;
default:
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2 tests-clar/diff/tree.c
@@ -116,7 +116,7 @@ void test_diff_tree__options(void)
{ 5, 3, 0, 2, 0, 0, 0, 4, 0, 0, 51, 2, 46, 3 },
{ 5, 3, 0, 2, 0, 0, 0, 4, 0, 0, 53, 4, 46, 3 },
{ 5, 0, 3, 2, 0, 0, 0, 4, 0, 0, 52, 3, 3, 46 },
- { 5, 3, 0, 2, 0, 0, 0, 5, 0, 0, 54, 3, 48, 3 },
+ { 5, 3, 0, 2, 0, 0, 0, 5, 0, 0, 54, 3, 47, 4 },
/* c vs d tests */
{ 1, 0, 0, 1, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 0, 22, 9, 10, 3 },
{ 1, 0, 0, 1, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 0, 19, 12, 7, 0 },
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304 tests-clar/diff/workdir.c
@@ -5,7 +5,6 @@ static git_repository *g_repo = NULL;
void test_diff_workdir__initialize(void)
{
- g_repo = cl_git_sandbox_init("status");
}
void test_diff_workdir__cleanup(void)
@@ -19,6 +18,8 @@ void test_diff_workdir__to_index(void)
git_diff_list *diff = NULL;
diff_expects exp;
+ g_repo = cl_git_sandbox_init("status");
+
opts.context_lines = 3;
opts.interhunk_lines = 1;
opts.flags |= GIT_DIFF_INCLUDE_IGNORED | GIT_DIFF_INCLUDE_UNTRACKED;
@@ -59,13 +60,17 @@ void test_diff_workdir__to_tree(void)
/* grabbed a couple of commit oids from the history of the attr repo */
const char *a_commit = "26a125ee1bf"; /* the current HEAD */
const char *b_commit = "0017bd4ab1ec3"; /* the start */
- git_tree *a = resolve_commit_oid_to_tree(g_repo, a_commit);
- git_tree *b = resolve_commit_oid_to_tree(g_repo, b_commit);
+ git_tree *a, *b;
git_diff_options opts = {0};
git_diff_list *diff = NULL;
git_diff_list *diff2 = NULL;
diff_expects exp;
+ g_repo = cl_git_sandbox_init("status");
+
+ a = resolve_commit_oid_to_tree(g_repo, a_commit);
+ b = resolve_commit_oid_to_tree(g_repo, b_commit);
+
opts.context_lines = 3;
opts.interhunk_lines = 1;
opts.flags |= GIT_DIFF_INCLUDE_IGNORED | GIT_DIFF_INCLUDE_UNTRACKED;
@@ -87,12 +92,12 @@ void test_diff_workdir__to_tree(void)
cl_git_pass(git_diff_foreach(
diff, &exp, diff_file_fn, diff_hunk_fn, diff_line_fn));
- cl_assert(exp.files == 14);
- cl_assert(exp.file_adds == 0);
- cl_assert(exp.file_dels == 4);
- cl_assert(exp.file_mods == 4);
- cl_assert(exp.file_ignored == 1);
- cl_assert(exp.file_untracked == 5);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(14, exp.files);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.file_adds);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(4, exp.file_dels);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(4, exp.file_mods);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.file_ignored);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(5, exp.file_untracked);
/* Since there is no git diff equivalent, let's just assume that the
* text diffs produced by git_diff_foreach are accurate here. We will
@@ -115,19 +120,19 @@ void test_diff_workdir__to_tree(void)
cl_git_pass(git_diff_foreach(
diff, &exp, diff_file_fn, diff_hunk_fn, diff_line_fn));
- cl_assert(exp.files == 15);
- cl_assert(exp.file_adds == 2);
- cl_assert(exp.file_dels == 5);
- cl_assert(exp.file_mods == 4);
- cl_assert(exp.file_ignored == 1);
- cl_assert(exp.file_untracked == 3);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(15, exp.files);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(2, exp.file_adds);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(5, exp.file_dels);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(4, exp.file_mods);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.file_ignored);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(3, exp.file_untracked);
- cl_assert(exp.hunks == 11);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(11, exp.hunks);
- cl_assert(exp.lines == 17);
- cl_assert(exp.line_ctxt == 4);
- cl_assert(exp.line_adds == 8);
- cl_assert(exp.line_dels == 5);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(17, exp.lines);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(4, exp.line_ctxt);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(8, exp.line_adds);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(5, exp.line_dels);
git_diff_list_free(diff);
diff = NULL;
@@ -144,19 +149,19 @@ void test_diff_workdir__to_tree(void)
cl_git_pass(git_diff_foreach(
diff, &exp, diff_file_fn, diff_hunk_fn, diff_line_fn));
- cl_assert(exp.files == 16);
- cl_assert(exp.file_adds == 5);
- cl_assert(exp.file_dels == 4);
- cl_assert(exp.file_mods == 3);
- cl_assert(exp.file_ignored == 1);
- cl_assert(exp.file_untracked == 3);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(16, exp.files);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(5, exp.file_adds);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(4, exp.file_dels);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(3, exp.file_mods);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.file_ignored);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(3, exp.file_untracked);
- cl_assert(exp.hunks == 12);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(12, exp.hunks);
- cl_assert(exp.lines == 19);
- cl_assert(exp.line_ctxt == 3);
- cl_assert(exp.line_adds == 12);
- cl_assert(exp.line_dels == 4);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(19, exp.lines);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(3, exp.line_ctxt);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(12, exp.line_adds);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(4, exp.line_dels);
git_diff_list_free(diff);
@@ -171,6 +176,8 @@ void test_diff_workdir__to_index_with_pathspec(void)
diff_expects exp;
char *pathspec = NULL;
+ g_repo = cl_git_sandbox_init("status");
+
opts.context_lines = 3;
opts.interhunk_lines = 1;
opts.flags |= GIT_DIFF_INCLUDE_IGNORED | GIT_DIFF_INCLUDE_UNTRACKED;
@@ -237,6 +244,241 @@ void test_diff_workdir__to_index_with_pathspec(void)
git_diff_list_free(diff);
}
+void test_diff_workdir__filemode_changes(void)
+{
+ git_config *cfg;
+ git_diff_list *diff = NULL;
+ diff_expects exp;
+
+ if (!cl_is_chmod_supported())
+ return;
+
+ g_repo = cl_git_sandbox_init("issue_592");
+
+ cl_git_pass(git_repository_config(&cfg, g_repo));
+ cl_git_pass(git_config_set_bool(cfg, "core.filemode", true));
+
+ /* test once with no mods */
+
+ cl_git_pass(git_diff_workdir_to_index(g_repo, NULL, &diff));
+
+ memset(&exp, 0, sizeof(exp));
+ cl_git_pass(git_diff_foreach(
+ diff, &exp, diff_file_fn, diff_hunk_fn, diff_line_fn));
+
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.files);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.file_mods);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.hunks);
+
+ git_diff_list_free(diff);
+
+ /* chmod file and test again */
+
+ cl_assert(cl_toggle_filemode("issue_592/a.txt"));
+
+ cl_git_pass(git_diff_workdir_to_index(g_repo, NULL, &diff));
+
+ memset(&exp, 0, sizeof(exp));
+ cl_git_pass(git_diff_foreach(
+ diff, &exp, diff_file_fn, diff_hunk_fn, diff_line_fn));
+
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.files);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.file_mods);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.hunks);
+
+ git_diff_list_free(diff);
+
+ cl_assert(cl_toggle_filemode("issue_592/a.txt"));
+ git_config_free(cfg);
+}
+
+void test_diff_workdir__filemode_changes_with_filemode_false(void)
+{
+ git_config *cfg;
+ git_diff_list *diff = NULL;
+ diff_expects exp;
+
+ if (!cl_is_chmod_supported())
+ return;
+
+ g_repo = cl_git_sandbox_init("issue_592");
+
+ cl_git_pass(git_repository_config(&cfg, g_repo));
+ cl_git_pass(git_config_set_bool(cfg, "core.filemode", false));
+
+ /* test once with no mods */
+
+ cl_git_pass(git_diff_workdir_to_index(g_repo, NULL, &diff));
+
+ memset(&exp, 0, sizeof(exp));
+ cl_git_pass(git_diff_foreach(
+ diff, &exp, diff_file_fn, diff_hunk_fn, diff_line_fn));
+
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.files);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.file_mods);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.hunks);
+
+ git_diff_list_free(diff);
+
+ /* chmod file and test again */
+
+ cl_assert(cl_toggle_filemode("issue_592/a.txt"));
+
+ cl_git_pass(git_diff_workdir_to_index(g_repo, NULL, &diff));
+
+ memset(&exp, 0, sizeof(exp));
+ cl_git_pass(git_diff_foreach(
+ diff, &exp, diff_file_fn, diff_hunk_fn, diff_line_fn));
+
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.files);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.file_mods);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.hunks);
+
+ git_diff_list_free(diff);
+
+ cl_assert(cl_toggle_filemode("issue_592/a.txt"));
+ git_config_free(cfg);
+}
+
+void test_diff_workdir__head_index_and_workdir_all_differ(void)
+{
+ git_diff_options opts = {0};
+ git_diff_list *diff_i2t = NULL, *diff_w2i = NULL;
+ diff_expects exp;
+ char *pathspec = "staged_changes_modified_file";
+ git_tree *tree;
+
+ /* For this file,
+ * - head->index diff has 1 line of context, 1 line of diff
+ * - index->workdir diff has 2 lines of context, 1 line of diff
+ * but
+ * - head->workdir diff has 1 line of context, 2 lines of diff
+ * Let's make sure the right one is returned from each fn.
+ */
+
+ g_repo = cl_git_sandbox_init("status");
+
+ tree = resolve_commit_oid_to_tree(g_repo, "26a125ee1bfc5df1e1b2e9441bbe63c8a7ae989f");
+
+ opts.pathspec.strings = &pathspec;
+ opts.pathspec.count = 1;
+
+ cl_git_pass(git_diff_index_to_tree(g_repo, &opts, tree, &diff_i2t));
+ cl_git_pass(git_diff_workdir_to_index(g_repo, &opts, &diff_w2i));
+
+ memset(&exp, 0, sizeof(exp));
+ cl_git_pass(git_diff_foreach(
+ diff_i2t, &exp, diff_file_fn, diff_hunk_fn, diff_line_fn));
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.files);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.file_adds);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.file_dels);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.file_mods);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.hunks);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(2, exp.lines);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.line_ctxt);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.line_adds);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.line_dels);
+
+ memset(&exp, 0, sizeof(exp));
+ cl_git_pass(git_diff_foreach(
+ diff_w2i, &exp, diff_file_fn, diff_hunk_fn, diff_line_fn));
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.files);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.file_adds);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.file_dels);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.file_mods);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.hunks);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(3, exp.lines);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(2, exp.line_ctxt);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.line_adds);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.line_dels);
+
+ cl_git_pass(git_diff_merge(diff_i2t, diff_w2i));
+
+ memset(&exp, 0, sizeof(exp));
+ cl_git_pass(git_diff_foreach(
+ diff_i2t, &exp, diff_file_fn, diff_hunk_fn, diff_line_fn));
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.files);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.file_adds);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.file_dels);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.file_mods);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.hunks);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(3, exp.lines);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.line_ctxt);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(2, exp.line_adds);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.line_dels);
+
+ git_diff_list_free(diff_i2t);
+ git_diff_list_free(diff_w2i);
+}
+
+void test_diff_workdir__eof_newline_changes(void)
+{
+ git_diff_options opts = {0};
+ git_diff_list *diff = NULL;
+ diff_expects exp;
+ char *pathspec = "current_file";
+
+ g_repo = cl_git_sandbox_init("status");
+
+ opts.pathspec.strings = &pathspec;
+ opts.pathspec.count = 1;
+
+ cl_git_pass(git_diff_workdir_to_index(g_repo, &opts, &diff));
+
+ memset(&exp, 0, sizeof(exp));
+ cl_git_pass(git_diff_foreach(
+ diff, &exp, diff_file_fn, diff_hunk_fn, diff_line_fn));
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.files);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.file_adds);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.file_dels);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.file_mods);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.hunks);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.lines);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.line_ctxt);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.line_adds);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.line_dels);
+
+ git_diff_list_free(diff);
+
+ cl_git_append2file("status/current_file", "\n");
+
+ cl_git_pass(git_diff_workdir_to_index(g_repo, &opts, &diff));
+
+ memset(&exp, 0, sizeof(exp));
+ cl_git_pass(git_diff_foreach(
+ diff, &exp, diff_file_fn, diff_hunk_fn, diff_line_fn));
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.files);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.file_adds);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.file_dels);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.file_mods);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.hunks);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(2, exp.lines);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.line_ctxt);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.line_adds);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.line_dels);
+
+ git_diff_list_free(diff);
+
+ cl_git_rewritefile("status/current_file", "current_file");
+
+ cl_git_pass(git_diff_workdir_to_index(g_repo, &opts, &diff));
+
+ memset(&exp, 0, sizeof(exp));
+ cl_git_pass(git_diff_foreach(
+ diff, &exp, diff_file_fn, diff_hunk_fn, diff_line_fn));
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.files);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.file_adds);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.file_dels);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.file_mods);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.hunks);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(3, exp.lines);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, exp.line_ctxt);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(1, exp.line_adds);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(2, exp.line_dels);
+
+ git_diff_list_free(diff);
+}
+
/* PREPARATION OF TEST DATA
*
* Since there is no command line equivalent of git_diff_workdir_to_tree,
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@@ -0,0 +1 @@
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6 tests-clar/resources/filemodes/.gitted/config
@@ -0,0 +1,6 @@
+[core]
+ repositoryformatversion = 0
+ filemode = true
+ bare = false
+ logallrefupdates = true
+ ignorecase = true
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1 tests-clar/resources/filemodes/.gitted/description
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+Unnamed repository; edit this file 'description' to name the repository.
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24 tests-clar/resources/filemodes/.gitted/hooks/commit-msg.sample
@@ -0,0 +1,24 @@
+#!/bin/sh
+#
+# An example hook script to check the commit log message.
+# Called by "git commit" with one argument, the name of the file
+# that has the commit message. The hook should exit with non-zero
+# status after issuing an appropriate message if it wants to stop the
+# commit. The hook is allowed to edit the commit message file.
+#
+# To enable this hook, rename this file to "commit-msg".
+
+# Uncomment the below to add a Signed-off-by line to the message.
+# Doing this in a hook is a bad idea in general, but the prepare-commit-msg
+# hook is more suited to it.
+#
+# SOB=$(git var GIT_AUTHOR_IDENT | sed -n 's/^\(.*>\).*$/Signed-off-by: \1/p')
+# grep -qs "^$SOB" "$1" || echo "$SOB" >> "$1"
+
+# This example catches duplicate Signed-off-by lines.
+
+test "" = "$(grep '^Signed-off-by: ' "$1" |
+ sort | uniq -c | sed -e '/^[ ]*1[ ]/d')" || {
+ echo >&2 Duplicate Signed-off-by lines.
+ exit 1
+}
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@@ -0,0 +1,6 @@
+# git ls-files --others --exclude-from=.git/info/exclude
+# Lines that start with '#' are comments.
+# For a project mostly in C, the following would be a good set of
+# exclude patterns (uncomment them if you want to use them):
+# *.[oa]
+# *~
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@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+0000000000000000000000000000000000000000 9962c8453ba6f0cf8dac7c5dcc2fa2897fa9964a Russell Belfer <rb@github.com> 1338847682 -0700 commit (initial): Initial commit of test data
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+Howdy
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+Howdy
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66 tests-clar/status/worktree.c
@@ -581,3 +581,69 @@ void test_status_worktree__space_in_filename(void)
git_index_free(index);
git_repository_free(repo);
}
+
+static const char *filemode_paths[] = {
+ "exec_off",
+ "exec_off2on_staged",
+ "exec_off2on_workdir",
+ "exec_off_untracked",
+ "exec_on",
+ "exec_on2off_staged",
+ "exec_on2off_workdir",
+ "exec_on_untracked",
+};
+
+static unsigned int filemode_statuses[] = {
+ GIT_STATUS_CURRENT,
+ GIT_STATUS_INDEX_MODIFIED,
+ GIT_STATUS_WT_MODIFIED,
+ GIT_STATUS_WT_NEW,
+ GIT_STATUS_CURRENT,
+ GIT_STATUS_INDEX_MODIFIED,
+ GIT_STATUS_WT_MODIFIED,
+ GIT_STATUS_WT_NEW
+};
+
+static const size_t filemode_count = 8;
+
+void test_status_worktree__filemode_changes(void)
+{
+ git_repository *repo = cl_git_sandbox_init("filemodes");
+ status_entry_counts counts;
+ git_status_options opts;
+ git_config *cfg;
+
+ /* overwrite stored filemode with platform appropriate value */
+ cl_git_pass(git_repository_config(&cfg, repo));
+ if (cl_is_chmod_supported())
+ cl_git_pass(git_config_set_bool(cfg, "core.filemode", true));
+ else {
+ unsigned int i;
+ cl_git_pass(git_config_set_bool(cfg, "core.filemode", false));
+
+ /* won't trust filesystem mode diffs, so these will appear unchanged */
+ for (i = 0; i < filemode_count; ++i)
+ if (filemode_statuses[i] == GIT_STATUS_WT_MODIFIED)
+ filemode_statuses[i] = GIT_STATUS_CURRENT;
+ }
+
+ memset(&opts, 0, sizeof(opts));
+ opts.flags = GIT_STATUS_OPT_INCLUDE_UNTRACKED |
+ GIT_STATUS_OPT_INCLUDE_IGNORED |
+ GIT_STATUS_OPT_INCLUDE_UNMODIFIED;
+
+ memset(&counts, 0, sizeof(counts));
+ counts.expected_entry_count = filemode_count;
+ counts.expected_paths = filemode_paths;
+ counts.expected_statuses = filemode_statuses;
+
+ cl_git_pass(
+ git_status_foreach_ext(repo, &opts, cb_status__normal, &counts)
+ );
+
+ cl_assert_equal_i(counts.expected_entry_count, counts.entry_count);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, counts.wrong_status_flags_count);
+ cl_assert_equal_i(0, counts.wrong_sorted_path);
+
+ git_config_free(cfg);
+}

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