patch: monotone source for mercurial convert extension
Mikkel Fahnøe Jørgensen
mikkel at dvide.com
Sun Feb 3 07:21:30 CST 2008
On 02/02/2008, Matt Mackall <mpm at selenic.com> wrote:
On 03/02/2008, Maxim Dounin <mdounin at mdounin.ru> wrote:
Thanks for the response - I'll reply to both emails here.
Matt: > Always makes me smile when people use Mercurial to try writing some
I guess the problem dictated the choice of language :-)
> Your patch has some line wrap damage but mostly looks sane.
I'll fix this and the other style pointers.
> >+ norepo = NoRepo("%s does not look like a monotone repo" % path)
> >+ if not os.path.exists(path):
> >+ raise norepo
Matt: > Why not just raise NoRepo("...")?
Because I use it in two places. First to check if the repository
exists, then - if the mtn tool is installed, I do an extra sanity
check by listing all heads.
Maxim: It's probably a good idea to use _() here to allow localization of
> error messages.
> >+ def mtncmd(self, arg):
> >+ cmdline = "mtn -d %s automate %s" % (util.shellquote(self.path), arg)
> >+ self.ui.debug(cmdline, '\n')
> >+ p = util.popen(cmdline)
> >+ result = p.read()
> >+ if p.close():
> >+ raise IOError()
> >+ return result
Maxim: > Please consider using commandline class for this instead. It looks
> for me that commandline.run0() does exactly what you want.
> Examples are in darcs_source and svn_sink code.
commandline.run0 raises Abort, not IOError.
The convert engine expects IOErrror in order to detect a deleted or
renamed file. Thus, when I try to call get_file_of a renamed file,
IOError is raised. I have later added a mtnisfile sanity check in
getfile that also handles this - but for maintainability I think it's
best to keep the IOError exception in mtncmd. Of course, a more
specific rename / delete interface in the convert engine would be
If mtn automate stdio is used, mtncmd would need to be changed to use
popen2 to access read and write sockets.
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