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[TOPGIT] allow working with annihilated branches
[topgit.git] / tg.sh
diff --git a/tg.sh b/tg.sh
index 93e051e..5bb2d0c 100644 (file)
--- a/tg.sh
+++ b/tg.sh
@@ -63,8 +63,8 @@ measure_branch()
        _bname="$1"; _base="$2"
        [ -n "$_base" ] || _base="refs/top-bases/$_bname"
        # The caller should've verified $name is valid
-       _commits="$(git rev-list "$_bname" ^"$_base" | wc -l)"
-       _nmcommits="$(git rev-list --no-merges "$_bname" ^"$_base" | wc -l)"
+       _commits="$(git rev-list "$_bname" ^"$_base" -- | wc -l)"
+       _nmcommits="$(git rev-list --no-merges "$_bname" ^"$_base" -- | wc -l)"
        if [ $_commits -gt 1 ]; then
                _suffix="commits"
        else
@@ -77,7 +77,7 @@ measure_branch()
 # Whether B1 is a superset of B2.
 branch_contains()
 {
-       [ -z "$(git rev-list ^"$1" "$2" --)" ]
+       [ -z "$(git rev-list --max-count=1 ^"$1" "$2" --)" ]
 }
 
 # ref_exists REF
@@ -94,6 +94,16 @@ has_remote()
        [ -n "$base_remote" ] && ref_exists "remotes/$base_remote/$1"
 }
 
+branch_annihilated()
+{
+       _name="$1";
+
+       # use the merge base in case the base is ahead.
+       mb="$(git merge-base "refs/top-bases/$_name" "$_name")";
+
+       test "$(git rev-parse "$mb^{tree}")" = "$(git rev-parse "$_name^{tree}")";
+}
+
 # recurse_deps CMD NAME [BRANCHPATH...]
 # Recursively eval CMD on all dependencies of NAME.
 # CMD can refer to $_name for queried branch name,
@@ -116,7 +126,12 @@ recurse_deps()
        if has_remote "top-bases/$_name"; then
                echo "refs/remotes/$base_remote/top-bases/$_name" >>"$_depsfile"
        fi
-       git cat-file blob "$_name:.topdeps" >>"$_depsfile"
+
+       # if the branch was annihilated, there exists no .topdeps file
+       if ! branch_annihilated "$_name"; then
+               #TODO: handle nonexisting .topdeps?
+               git cat-file blob "$_name:.topdeps" >>"$_depsfile";
+       fi;
 
        _ret=0
        while read _dep; do
@@ -209,6 +224,12 @@ switch_to_base()
 do_help()
 {
        if [ -z "$1" ] ; then
+               # This is currently invoked in all kinds of circumstances,
+               # including when the user made a usage error. Should we end up
+               # providing more than a short help message, then we should
+               # differentiate.
+               # Petr's comment: http://marc.info/?l=git&m=122718711327376&w=2
+
                ## Build available commands list for help output
 
                cmds=
@@ -222,7 +243,7 @@ do_help()
                        sep="|"
                done
 
-               echo "TopGit v0.4 - A different patch queue manager"
+               echo "TopGit v0.5 - A different patch queue manager"
                echo "Usage: tg [-r REMOTE] ($cmds|help) ..."
        elif [ -r "@cmddir@"/tg-$1 ] ; then
                @cmddir@/tg-$1 -h || :
@@ -232,10 +253,17 @@ do_help()
                fi
        else
                echo "`basename $0`: no help for $1" 1>&2
+               do_help
+               exit 1
        fi
 }
 
 
+## Startup
+
+[ -d "@cmddir@" ] ||
+       die "No command directory: '@cmddir@'"
+
 ## Initial setup
 
 set -e
@@ -249,9 +277,6 @@ tg="tg"
 setup_ours
 setup_hook "pre-commit"
 
-[ -d "@cmddir@" ] ||
-       die "No command directory: '@cmddir@'"
-
 ## Dispatch
 
 # We were sourced from another script for our utility functions;
@@ -259,25 +284,34 @@ setup_hook "pre-commit"
 [ -z "$tg__include" ] || return 0
 
 if [ "$1" = "-r" ]; then
-       shift; base_remote="$1"; shift
+       shift
+       if [ -z "$1" ]; then
+               echo "Option -r requires an argument." >&2
+               do_help
+               exit 1
+       fi
+       base_remote="$1"; shift
        tg="$tg -r $base_remote"
 fi
 
 cmd="$1"
-[ -n "$cmd" ] || die "He took a duck in the face at two hundred and fifty knots"
+[ -n "$cmd" ] || { do_help; exit 1; }
 shift
 
 case "$cmd" in
 help|--help|-h)
        do_help "$1"
-       exit 1;;
+       exit 0;;
 --hooks-path)
        # Internal command
        echo "@hooksdir@";;
 *)
        [ -r "@cmddir@"/tg-$cmd ] || {
                echo "Unknown subcommand: $cmd" >&2
+               do_help
                exit 1
        }
        . "@cmddir@"/tg-$cmd;;
 esac
+
+# vim:noet