[OpenWrt-Devel] SVN to GIT transition
nbd at openwrt.org
Mon Oct 12 16:32:31 EDT 2015
On 2015-10-12 22:28, David Lang wrote:
> On Mon, 12 Oct 2015, Felix Fietkau wrote:
>> On 2015-10-12 22:02, Javier Domingo Cansino wrote:
>>> Would it be possible to track the revision number in an automated
>>> way even in a git repo? So store the r number, and automatically
>>> increment on commits. Not sure if that's an option, but it seems
>>> like it might address the problem.
>>> In git you wouldn't need such thing, the way would be to track the
>>> forking point comparing the user history with the upstream master
>>> history, and describing the path. The oneliner I sent before (which I
>>> now realize I split in two), did (or will do) the following.
>>> 1) Go back in history and find the latest tag, save it as $tag
>> We currently don't have any tags for mainline trunk, since we usually
>> don't directly release from it.
> I would put a nightly tag in place (tags are pretty cheap)
>>> 2) Find the forking point between upstream and user branch if any, save
>>> current commit if not such fork exists as $parent.
>> How does the script know which one is the right upstream?
> git knows where it was cloned from, so it knows what upstream is for any local
Yeah, but where it was cloned from might not be OpenWrt upstream.
>>> 3) count how many commits are from $tag commit to $parent commit, save
>>> it as $parent_n
>>> 3) If fork exists, count how many commits from $parent to HEAD, save it
>>> as $commit_n
>>> 4) If tree is dirty, save $dirty='-dirty', else $dirty=''
>>> compose the build version info as the following:
>> If I see such a string, how do I look up the last OpenWrt commit from
>> that? With the revision number, I simply start git log and search for
> if you make a nightly/weekly tag it becomes trivial to lookup. you can also use
> the first 6/8 characters of the git commit and look that up (or git log
> 12345678..HEAD to show everything between that commit and the current head)
The lookup only works if the tags were carried over as well. Not sure if
that's the case when somebody does a github fork of the mirror repo.
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