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# coding=utf-8
# (The line above is necessary so that I can use 世界 in the
# *comment* below without Python getting all bent out of shape.)
# Copyright 2007-2009 Google Inc.
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
# You may obtain a copy of the License at
#
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
# WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
# limitations under the License.
'''Mercurial interface to codereview.appspot.com.
To configure, set the following options in
your repository's .hg/hgrc file.
[extensions]
codereview = path/to/codereview.py
[codereview]
server = codereview.appspot.com
The server should be running Rietveld; see http://code.google.com/p/rietveld/.
In addition to the new commands, this extension introduces
the file pattern syntax @nnnnnn, where nnnnnn is a change list
number, to mean the files included in that change list, which
must be associated with the current client.
For example, if change 123456 contains the files x.go and y.go,
"hg diff @123456" is equivalent to"hg diff x.go y.go".
'''
from mercurial import cmdutil, commands, hg, util, error, match
from mercurial.node import nullrev, hex, nullid, short
import os, re, time
import stat
import subprocess
import threading
from HTMLParser import HTMLParser
# The standard 'json' package is new in Python 2.6.
# Before that it was an external package named simplejson.
try:
# Standard location in 2.6 and beyond.
import json
except Exception, e:
try:
# Conventional name for earlier package.
import simplejson as json
except:
try:
# Was also bundled with django, which is commonly installed.
from django.utils import simplejson as json
except:
# We give up.
raise e
try:
hgversion = util.version()
except:
from mercurial.version import version as v
hgversion = v.get_version()
try:
from mercurial.discovery import findcommonincoming
except:
def findcommonincoming(repo, remote):
return repo.findcommonincoming(remote)
oldMessage = """
The code review extension requires Mercurial 1.3 or newer.
To install a new Mercurial,
sudo easy_install mercurial
works on most systems.
"""
linuxMessage = """
You may need to clear your current Mercurial installation by running:
sudo apt-get remove mercurial mercurial-common
sudo rm -rf /etc/mercurial
"""
if hgversion < '1.3':
msg = oldMessage
if os.access("/etc/mercurial", 0):
msg += linuxMessage
raise util.Abort(msg)
def promptyesno(ui, msg):
# Arguments to ui.prompt changed between 1.3 and 1.3.1.
# Even so, some 1.3.1 distributions seem to have the old prompt!?!?
# What a terrible way to maintain software.
try:
return ui.promptchoice(msg, ["&yes", "&no"], 0) == 0
except AttributeError:
return ui.prompt(msg, ["&yes", "&no"], "y") != "n"
# To experiment with Mercurial in the python interpreter:
# >>> repo = hg.repository(ui.ui(), path = ".")
#######################################################################
# Normally I would split this into multiple files, but it simplifies
# import path headaches to keep it all in one file. Sorry.
import sys
if __name__ == "__main__":
print >>sys.stderr, "This is a Mercurial extension and should not be invoked directly."
sys.exit(2)
server = "codereview.appspot.com"
server_url_base = None
defaultcc = None
contributors = {}
missing_codereview = None
real_rollback = None
releaseBranch = None
#######################################################################
# RE: UNICODE STRING HANDLING
#
# Python distinguishes between the str (string of bytes)
# and unicode (string of code points) types. Most operations
# work on either one just fine, but some (like regexp matching)
# require unicode, and others (like write) require str.
#
# As befits the language, Python hides the distinction between
# unicode and str by converting between them silently, but
# *only* if all the bytes/code points involved are 7-bit ASCII.
# This means that if you're not careful, your program works
# fine on "hello, world" and fails on "hello, 世界". And of course,
# the obvious way to be careful - use static types - is unavailable.
# So the only way is trial and error to find where to put explicit
# conversions.
#
# Because more functions do implicit conversion to str (string of bytes)
# than do implicit conversion to unicode (string of code points),
# the convention in this module is to represent all text as str,
# converting to unicode only when calling a unicode-only function
# and then converting back to str as soon as possible.
def typecheck(s, t):
if type(s) != t:
raise util.Abort("type check failed: %s has type %s != %s" % (repr(s), type(s), t))
# If we have to pass unicode instead of str, ustr does that conversion clearly.
def ustr(s):
typecheck(s, str)
return s.decode("utf-8")
# Even with those, Mercurial still sometimes turns unicode into str
# and then tries to use it as ascii. Change Mercurial's default.
def set_mercurial_encoding_to_utf8():
from mercurial import encoding
encoding.encoding = 'utf-8'
set_mercurial_encoding_to_utf8()
# Even with those we still run into problems.
# I tried to do things by the book but could not convince
# Mercurial to let me check in a change with UTF-8 in the
# CL description or author field, no matter how many conversions
# between str and unicode I inserted and despite changing the
# default encoding. I'm tired of this game, so set the default
# encoding for all of Python to 'utf-8', not 'ascii'.
def default_to_utf8():
import sys
reload(sys) # site.py deleted setdefaultencoding; get it back
sys.setdefaultencoding('utf-8')
default_to_utf8()
#######################################################################
# Change list parsing.
#
# Change lists are stored in .hg/codereview/cl.nnnnnn
# where nnnnnn is the number assigned by the code review server.
# Most data about a change list is stored on the code review server
# too: the description, reviewer, and cc list are all stored there.
# The only thing in the cl.nnnnnn file is the list of relevant files.
# Also, the existence of the cl.nnnnnn file marks this repository
# as the one where the change list lives.
emptydiff = """Index: ~rietveld~placeholder~
===================================================================
diff --git a/~rietveld~placeholder~ b/~rietveld~placeholder~
new file mode 100644
"""
class CL(object):
def __init__(self, name):
typecheck(name, str)
self.name = name
self.desc = ''
self.files = []
self.reviewer = []
self.cc = []
self.url = ''
self.local = False
self.web = False
self.copied_from = None # None means current user
self.mailed = False
self.private = False
def DiskText(self):
cl = self
s = ""
if cl.copied_from:
s += "Author: " + cl.copied_from + "\n\n"
if cl.private:
s += "Private: " + str(self.private) + "\n"
s += "Mailed: " + str(self.mailed) + "\n"
s += "Description:\n"
s += Indent(cl.desc, "\t")
s += "Files:\n"
for f in cl.files:
s += "\t" + f + "\n"
typecheck(s, str)
return s
def EditorText(self):
cl = self
s = _change_prolog
s += "\n"
if cl.copied_from:
s += "Author: " + cl.copied_from + "\n"
if cl.url != '':
s += 'URL: ' + cl.url + ' # cannot edit\n\n'
if cl.private:
s += "Private: True\n"
s += "Reviewer: " + JoinComma(cl.reviewer) + "\n"
s += "CC: " + JoinComma(cl.cc) + "\n"
s += "\n"
s += "Description:\n"
if cl.desc == '':
s += "\t<enter description here>\n"
else:
s += Indent(cl.desc, "\t")
s += "\n"
if cl.local or cl.name == "new":
s += "Files:\n"
for f in cl.files:
s += "\t" + f + "\n"
s += "\n"
typecheck(s, str)
return s
def PendingText(self):
cl = self
s = cl.name + ":" + "\n"
s += Indent(cl.desc, "\t")
s += "\n"
if cl.copied_from:
s += "\tAuthor: " + cl.copied_from + "\n"
s += "\tReviewer: " + JoinComma(cl.reviewer) + "\n"
s += "\tCC: " + JoinComma(cl.cc) + "\n"
s += "\tFiles:\n"
for f in cl.files:
s += "\t\t" + f + "\n"
typecheck(s, str)
return s
def Flush(self, ui, repo):
if self.name == "new":
self.Upload(ui, repo, gofmt_just_warn=True, creating=True)
dir = CodeReviewDir(ui, repo)
path = dir + '/cl.' + self.name
f = open(path+'!', "w")
f.write(self.DiskText())
f.close()
if sys.platform == "win32" and os.path.isfile(path):
os.remove(path)
os.rename(path+'!', path)
if self.web and not self.copied_from:
EditDesc(self.name, desc=self.desc,
reviewers=JoinComma(self.reviewer), cc=JoinComma(self.cc),
private=self.private)
def Delete(self, ui, repo):
dir = CodeReviewDir(ui, repo)
os.unlink(dir + "/cl." + self.name)
def Subject(self):
s = line1(self.desc)
if len(s) > 60:
s = s[0:55] + "..."
if self.name != "new":
s = "code review %s: %s" % (self.name, s)
typecheck(s, str)
return s
def Upload(self, ui, repo, send_mail=False, gofmt=True, gofmt_just_warn=False, creating=False, quiet=False):
if not self.files and not creating:
ui.warn("no files in change list\n")
if ui.configbool("codereview", "force_gofmt", True) and gofmt:
CheckFormat(ui, repo, self.files, just_warn=gofmt_just_warn)
set_status("uploading CL metadata + diffs")
os.chdir(repo.root)
form_fields = [
("content_upload", "1"),
("reviewers", JoinComma(self.reviewer)),
("cc", JoinComma(self.cc)),
("description", self.desc),
("base_hashes", ""),
]
if self.name != "new":
form_fields.append(("issue", self.name))
vcs = None
# We do not include files when creating the issue,
# because we want the patch sets to record the repository
# and base revision they are diffs against. We use the patch
# set message for that purpose, but there is no message with
# the first patch set. Instead the message gets used as the
# new CL's overall subject. So omit the diffs when creating
# and then we'll run an immediate upload.
# This has the effect that every CL begins with an empty "Patch set 1".
if self.files and not creating:
vcs = MercurialVCS(upload_options, ui, repo)
data = vcs.GenerateDiff(self.files)
files = vcs.GetBaseFiles(data)
if len(data) > MAX_UPLOAD_SIZE:
uploaded_diff_file = []
form_fields.append(("separate_patches", "1"))
else:
uploaded_diff_file = [("data", "data.diff", data)]
else:
uploaded_diff_file = [("data", "data.diff", emptydiff)]
if vcs and self.name != "new":
form_fields.append(("subject", "diff -r " + vcs.base_rev + " " + getremote(ui, repo, {}).path))
else:
# First upload sets the subject for the CL itself.
form_fields.append(("subject", self.Subject()))
ctype, body = EncodeMultipartFormData(form_fields, uploaded_diff_file)
response_body = MySend("/upload", body, content_type=ctype)
patchset = None
msg = response_body
lines = msg.splitlines()
if len(lines) >= 2:
msg = lines[0]
patchset = lines[1].strip()
patches = [x.split(" ", 1) for x in lines[2:]]
if response_body.startswith("Issue updated.") and quiet:
pass
else:
ui.status(msg + "\n")
set_status("uploaded CL metadata + diffs")
if not response_body.startswith("Issue created.") and not response_body.startswith("Issue updated."):
raise util.Abort("failed to update issue: " + response_body)
issue = msg[msg.rfind("/")+1:]
self.name = issue
if not self.url:
self.url = server_url_base + self.name
if not uploaded_diff_file:
set_status("uploading patches")
patches = UploadSeparatePatches(issue, rpc, patchset, data, upload_options)
if vcs:
set_status("uploading base files")
vcs.UploadBaseFiles(issue, rpc, patches, patchset, upload_options, files)
if send_mail:
set_status("sending mail")
MySend("/" + issue + "/mail", payload="")
self.web = True
set_status("flushing changes to disk")
self.Flush(ui, repo)
return
def Mail(self, ui, repo):
pmsg = "Hello " + JoinComma(self.reviewer)
if self.cc:
pmsg += " (cc: %s)" % (', '.join(self.cc),)
pmsg += ",\n"
pmsg += "\n"
repourl = getremote(ui, repo, {}).path
if not self.mailed:
pmsg += "I'd like you to review this change to\n" + repourl + "\n"
else:
pmsg += "Please take another look.\n"
typecheck(pmsg, str)
PostMessage(ui, self.name, pmsg, subject=self.Subject())
self.mailed = True
self.Flush(ui, repo)
def GoodCLName(name):
typecheck(name, str)
return re.match("^[0-9]+$", name)
def ParseCL(text, name):
typecheck(text, str)
typecheck(name, str)
sname = None
lineno = 0
sections = {
'Author': '',
'Description': '',
'Files': '',
'URL': '',
'Reviewer': '',
'CC': '',
'Mailed': '',
'Private': '',
}
for line in text.split('\n'):
lineno += 1
line = line.rstrip()
if line != '' and line[0] == '#':
continue
if line == '' or line[0] == ' ' or line[0] == '\t':
if sname == None and line != '':
return None, lineno, 'text outside section'
if sname != None:
sections[sname] += line + '\n'
continue
p = line.find(':')
if p >= 0:
s, val = line[:p].strip(), line[p+1:].strip()
if s in sections:
sname = s
if val != '':
sections[sname] += val + '\n'
continue
return None, lineno, 'malformed section header'
for k in sections:
sections[k] = StripCommon(sections[k]).rstrip()
cl = CL(name)
if sections['Author']:
cl.copied_from = sections['Author']
cl.desc = sections['Description']
for line in sections['Files'].split('\n'):
i = line.find('#')
if i >= 0:
line = line[0:i].rstrip()
line = line.strip()
if line == '':
continue
cl.files.append(line)
cl.reviewer = SplitCommaSpace(sections['Reviewer'])
cl.cc = SplitCommaSpace(sections['CC'])
cl.url = sections['URL']
if sections['Mailed'] != 'False':
# Odd default, but avoids spurious mailings when
# reading old CLs that do not have a Mailed: line.
# CLs created with this update will always have
# Mailed: False on disk.
cl.mailed = True
if sections['Private'] in ('True', 'true', 'Yes', 'yes'):
cl.private = True
if cl.desc == '<enter description here>':
cl.desc = ''
return cl, 0, ''
def SplitCommaSpace(s):
typecheck(s, str)
s = s.strip()
if s == "":
return []
return re.split(", *", s)
def CutDomain(s):
typecheck(s, str)
i = s.find('@')
if i >= 0:
s = s[0:i]
return s
def JoinComma(l):
for s in l:
typecheck(s, str)
return ", ".join(l)
def ExceptionDetail():
s = str(sys.exc_info()[0])
if s.startswith("<type '") and s.endswith("'>"):
s = s[7:-2]
elif s.startswith("<class '") and s.endswith("'>"):
s = s[8:-2]
arg = str(sys.exc_info()[1])
if len(arg) > 0:
s += ": " + arg
return s
def IsLocalCL(ui, repo, name):
return GoodCLName(name) and os.access(CodeReviewDir(ui, repo) + "/cl." + name, 0)
# Load CL from disk and/or the web.
def LoadCL(ui, repo, name, web=True):
typecheck(name, str)
set_status("loading CL " + name)
if not GoodCLName(name):
return None, "invalid CL name"
dir = CodeReviewDir(ui, repo)
path = dir + "cl." + name
if os.access(path, 0):
ff = open(path)
text = ff.read()
ff.close()
cl, lineno, err = ParseCL(text, name)
if err != "":
return None, "malformed CL data: "+err
cl.local = True
else:
cl = CL(name)
if web:
set_status("getting issue metadata from web")
d = JSONGet(ui, "/api/" + name + "?messages=true")
set_status(None)
if d is None:
return None, "cannot load CL %s from server" % (name,)
if 'owner_email' not in d or 'issue' not in d or str(d['issue']) != name:
return None, "malformed response loading CL data from code review server"
cl.dict = d
cl.reviewer = d.get('reviewers', [])
cl.cc = d.get('cc', [])
if cl.local and cl.copied_from and cl.desc:
# local copy of CL written by someone else
# and we saved a description. use that one,
# so that committers can edit the description
# before doing hg submit.
pass
else:
cl.desc = d.get('description', "")
cl.url = server_url_base + name
cl.web = True
cl.private = d.get('private', False) != False
set_status("loaded CL " + name)
return cl, ''
global_status = None
def set_status(s):
# print >>sys.stderr, "\t", time.asctime(), s
global global_status
global_status = s
class StatusThread(threading.Thread):
def __init__(self):
threading.Thread.__init__(self)
def run(self):
# pause a reasonable amount of time before
# starting to display status messages, so that
# most hg commands won't ever see them.
time.sleep(30)
# now show status every 15 seconds
while True:
time.sleep(15 - time.time() % 15)
s = global_status
if s is None:
continue
if s == "":
s = "(unknown status)"
print >>sys.stderr, time.asctime(), s
def start_status_thread():
t = StatusThread()
t.setDaemon(True) # allowed to exit if t is still running
t.start()
class LoadCLThread(threading.Thread):
def __init__(self, ui, repo, dir, f, web):
threading.Thread.__init__(self)
self.ui = ui
self.repo = repo
self.dir = dir
self.f = f
self.web = web
self.cl = None
def run(self):
cl, err = LoadCL(self.ui, self.repo, self.f[3:], web=self.web)
if err != '':
self.ui.warn("loading "+self.dir+self.f+": " + err + "\n")
return
self.cl = cl
# Load all the CLs from this repository.
def LoadAllCL(ui, repo, web=True):
dir = CodeReviewDir(ui, repo)
m = {}
files = [f for f in os.listdir(dir) if f.startswith('cl.')]
if not files:
return m
active = []
first = True
for f in files:
t = LoadCLThread(ui, repo, dir, f, web)
t.start()
if web and first:
# first request: wait in case it needs to authenticate
# otherwise we get lots of user/password prompts
# running in parallel.
t.join()
if t.cl:
m[t.cl.name] = t.cl
first = False
else:
active.append(t)
for t in active:
t.join()
if t.cl:
m[t.cl.name] = t.cl
return m
# Find repository root. On error, ui.warn and return None
def RepoDir(ui, repo):
url = repo.url();
if not url.startswith('file:'):
ui.warn("repository %s is not in local file system\n" % (url,))
return None
url = url[5:]
if url.endswith('/'):
url = url[:-1]
typecheck(url, str)
return url
# Find (or make) code review directory. On error, ui.warn and return None
def CodeReviewDir(ui, repo):
dir = RepoDir(ui, repo)
if dir == None:
return None
dir += '/.hg/codereview/'
if not os.path.isdir(dir):
try:
os.mkdir(dir, 0700)
except:
ui.warn('cannot mkdir %s: %s\n' % (dir, ExceptionDetail()))
return None
typecheck(dir, str)
return dir
# Turn leading tabs into spaces, so that the common white space
# prefix doesn't get confused when people's editors write out
# some lines with spaces, some with tabs. Only a heuristic
# (some editors don't use 8 spaces either) but a useful one.
def TabsToSpaces(line):
i = 0
while i < len(line) and line[i] == '\t':
i += 1
return ' '*(8*i) + line[i:]
# Strip maximal common leading white space prefix from text
def StripCommon(text):
typecheck(text, str)
ws = None
for line in text.split('\n'):
line = line.rstrip()
if line == '':
continue
line = TabsToSpaces(line)
white = line[:len(line)-len(line.lstrip())]
if ws == None:
ws = white
else:
common = ''
for i in range(min(len(white), len(ws))+1):
if white[0:i] == ws[0:i]:
common = white[0:i]
ws = common
if ws == '':
break
if ws == None:
return text
t = ''
for line in text.split('\n'):
line = line.rstrip()
line = TabsToSpaces(line)
if line.startswith(ws):
line = line[len(ws):]
if line == '' and t == '':
continue
t += line + '\n'
while len(t) >= 2 and t[-2:] == '\n\n':
t = t[:-1]
typecheck(t, str)
return t
# Indent text with indent.
def Indent(text, indent):
typecheck(text, str)
typecheck(indent, str)
t = ''
for line in text.split('\n'):
t += indent + line + '\n'
typecheck(t, str)
return t
# Return the first line of l
def line1(text):
typecheck(text, str)
return text.split('\n')[0]
_change_prolog = """# Change list.
# Lines beginning with # are ignored.
# Multi-line values should be indented.
"""
#######################################################################
# Mercurial helper functions
# Get effective change nodes taking into account applied MQ patches
def effective_revpair(repo):
try:
return cmdutil.revpair(repo, ['qparent'])
except:
return cmdutil.revpair(repo, None)
# Return list of changed files in repository that match pats.
# Warn about patterns that did not match.
def matchpats(ui, repo, pats, opts):
matcher = cmdutil.match(repo, pats, opts)
node1, node2 = effective_revpair(repo)
modified, added, removed, deleted, unknown, ignored, clean = repo.status(node1, node2, matcher, ignored=True, clean=True, unknown=True)
return (modified, added, removed, deleted, unknown, ignored, clean)
# Return list of changed files in repository that match pats.
# The patterns came from the command line, so we warn
# if they have no effect or cannot be understood.
def ChangedFiles(ui, repo, pats, opts, taken=None):
taken = taken or {}
# Run each pattern separately so that we can warn about
# patterns that didn't do anything useful.
for p in pats:
modified, added, removed, deleted, unknown, ignored, clean = matchpats(ui, repo, [p], opts)
redo = False
for f in unknown:
promptadd(ui, repo, f)
redo = True
for f in deleted:
promptremove(ui, repo, f)
redo = True
if redo:
modified, added, removed, deleted, unknown, ignored, clean = matchpats(ui, repo, [p], opts)
for f in modified + added + removed:
if f in taken:
ui.warn("warning: %s already in CL %s\n" % (f, taken[f].name))
if not modified and not added and not removed:
ui.warn("warning: %s did not match any modified files\n" % (p,))
# Again, all at once (eliminates duplicates)
modified, added, removed = matchpats(ui, repo, pats, opts)[:3]
l = modified + added + removed
l.sort()
if taken:
l = Sub(l, taken.keys())
return l
# Return list of changed files in repository that match pats and still exist.
def ChangedExistingFiles(ui, repo, pats, opts):
modified, added = matchpats(ui, repo, pats, opts)[:2]
l = modified + added
l.sort()
return l
# Return list of files claimed by existing CLs
def Taken(ui, repo):
all = LoadAllCL(ui, repo, web=False)
taken = {}
for _, cl in all.items():
for f in cl.files:
taken[f] = cl
return taken
# Return list of changed files that are not claimed by other CLs
def DefaultFiles(ui, repo, pats, opts):
return ChangedFiles(ui, repo, pats, opts, taken=Taken(ui, repo))
def Sub(l1, l2):
return [l for l in l1 if l not in l2]
def Add(l1, l2):
l = l1 + Sub(l2, l1)
l.sort()
return l
def Intersect(l1, l2):
return [l for l in l1 if l in l2]
def getremote(ui, repo, opts):
# save $http_proxy; creating the HTTP repo object will
# delete it in an attempt to "help"
proxy = os.environ.get('http_proxy')
source = hg.parseurl(ui.expandpath("default"), None)[0]
try:
remoteui = hg.remoteui # hg 1.6
except:
remoteui = cmdutil.remoteui
other = hg.repository(remoteui(repo, opts), source)
if proxy is not None:
os.environ['http_proxy'] = proxy
return other
def Incoming(ui, repo, opts):
_, incoming, _ = findcommonincoming(repo, getremote(ui, repo, opts))
return incoming
desc_re = '^(.+: |(tag )?(release|weekly)\.|fix build|undo CL)'
desc_msg = '''Your CL description appears not to use the standard form.
The first line of your change description is conventionally a
one-line summary of the change, prefixed by the primary affected package,
and is used as the subject for code review mail; the rest of the description
elaborates.
Examples:
encoding/rot13: new package
math: add IsInf, IsNaN
net: fix cname in LookupHost
unicode: update to Unicode 5.0.2
'''
def promptremove(ui, repo, f):
if promptyesno(ui, "hg remove %s (y/n)?" % (f,)):
if commands.remove(ui, repo, 'path:'+f) != 0:
ui.warn("error removing %s" % (f,))
def promptadd(ui, repo, f):
if promptyesno(ui, "hg add %s (y/n)?" % (f,)):
if commands.add(ui, repo, 'path:'+f) != 0:
ui.warn("error adding %s" % (f,))
def EditCL(ui, repo, cl):
set_status(None) # do not show status
s = cl.EditorText()
while True:
s = ui.edit(s, ui.username())
clx, line, err = ParseCL(s, cl.name)
if err != '':
if not promptyesno(ui, "error parsing change list: line %d: %s\nre-edit (y/n)?" % (line, err)):
return "change list not modified"
continue
# Check description.
if clx.desc == '':
if promptyesno(ui, "change list should have a description\nre-edit (y/n)?"):
continue
elif re.search('<enter reason for undo>', clx.desc):
if promptyesno(ui, "change list description omits reason for undo\nre-edit (y/n)?"):
continue
elif not re.match(desc_re, clx.desc.split('\n')[0]):
if promptyesno(ui, desc_msg + "re-edit (y/n)?"):
continue
# Check file list for files that need to be hg added or hg removed
# or simply aren't understood.
pats = ['path:'+f for f in clx.files]
modified, added, removed, deleted, unknown, ignored, clean = matchpats(ui, repo, pats, {})
files = []
for f in clx.files:
if f in modified or f in added or f in removed:
files.append(f)
continue
if f in deleted:
promptremove(ui, repo, f)
files.append(f)
continue
if f in unknown:
promptadd(ui, repo, f)
files.append(f)
continue
if f in ignored:
ui.warn("error: %s is excluded by .hgignore; omitting\n" % (f,))
continue
if f in clean:
ui.warn("warning: %s is listed in the CL but unchanged\n" % (f,))
files.append(f)
continue
p = repo.root + '/' + f
if os.path.isfile(p):
ui.warn("warning: %s is a file but not known to hg\n" % (f,))
files.append(f)
continue
if os.path.isdir(p):
ui.warn("error: %s is a directory, not a file; omitting\n" % (f,))
continue
ui.warn("error: %s does not exist; omitting\n" % (f,))
clx.files = files
cl.desc = clx.desc
cl.reviewer = clx.reviewer
cl.cc = clx.cc
cl.files = clx.files
cl.private = clx.private
break
return ""
# For use by submit, etc. (NOT by change)
# Get change list number or list of files from command line.
# If files are given, make a new change list.
def CommandLineCL(ui, repo, pats, opts, defaultcc=None):
if len(pats) > 0 and GoodCLName(pats[0]):
if len(pats) != 1:
return None, "cannot specify change number and file names"
if opts.get('message'):
return None, "cannot use -m with existing CL"
cl, err = LoadCL(ui, repo, pats[0], web=True)
if err != "":
return None, err
else:
cl = CL("new")
cl.local = True
cl.files = ChangedFiles(ui, repo, pats, opts, taken=Taken(ui, repo))
if not cl.files:
return None, "no files changed"
if opts.get('reviewer'):
cl.reviewer = Add(cl.reviewer, SplitCommaSpace(opts.get('reviewer')))
if opts.get('cc'):
cl.cc = Add(cl.cc, SplitCommaSpace(opts.get('cc')))
if defaultcc:
cl.cc = Add(cl.cc, defaultcc)
if cl.name == "new":
if opts.get('message'):
cl.desc = opts.get('message')
else:
err = EditCL(ui, repo, cl)
if err != '':
return None, err
return cl, ""
# reposetup replaces cmdutil.match with this wrapper,
# which expands the syntax @clnumber to mean the files
# in that CL.
original_match = None
def ReplacementForCmdutilMatch(repo, pats=None, opts=None, globbed=False, default='relpath'):
taken = []
files = []
pats = pats or []
opts = opts or {}
for p in pats:
if p.startswith('@'):
taken.append(p)
clname = p[1:]
if not GoodCLName(clname):
raise util.Abort("invalid CL name " + clname)
cl, err = LoadCL(repo.ui, repo, clname, web=False)
if err != '':
raise util.Abort("loading CL " + clname + ": " + err)
if not cl.files:
raise util.Abort("no files in CL " + clname)
files = Add(files, cl.files)
pats = Sub(pats, taken) + ['path:'+f for f in files]
return original_match(repo, pats=pats, opts=opts, globbed=globbed, default=default)
def RelativePath(path, cwd):
n = len(cwd)
if path.startswith(cwd) and path[n] == '/':
return path[n+1:]
return path
def CheckFormat(ui, repo, files, just_warn=False):
set_status("running gofmt")
CheckGofmt(ui, repo, files, just_warn)
CheckTabfmt(ui, repo, files, just_warn)
# Check that gofmt run on the list of files does not change them
def CheckGofmt(ui, repo, files, just_warn):
files = [f for f in files if (f.startswith('src/') or f.startswith('test/bench/')) and f.endswith('.go')]
if not files:
return
cwd = os.getcwd()
files = [RelativePath(repo.root + '/' + f, cwd) for f in files]
files = [f for f in files if os.access(f, 0)]
if not files:
return
try:
cmd = subprocess.Popen(["gofmt", "-l"] + files, shell=False, stdin=subprocess.PIPE, stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=subprocess.PIPE, close_fds=sys.platform != "win32")
cmd.stdin.close()
except:
raise util.Abort("gofmt: " + ExceptionDetail())
data = cmd.stdout.read()
errors = cmd.stderr.read()
cmd.wait()
set_status("done with gofmt")
if len(errors) > 0:
ui.warn("gofmt errors:\n" + errors.rstrip() + "\n")
return
if len(data) > 0:
msg = "gofmt needs to format these files (run hg gofmt):\n" + Indent(data, "\t").rstrip()
if just_warn:
ui.warn("warning: " + msg + "\n")
else:
raise util.Abort(msg)
return
# Check that *.[chys] files indent using tabs.
def CheckTabfmt(ui, repo, files, just_warn):
files = [f for f in files if f.startswith('src/') and re.search(r"\.[chys]$", f)]
if not files:
return
cwd = os.getcwd()
files = [RelativePath(repo.root + '/' + f, cwd) for f in files]
files = [f for f in files if os.access(f, 0)]
badfiles = []
for f in files:
try:
for line in open(f, 'r'):
# Four leading spaces is enough to complain about,
# except that some Plan 9 code uses four spaces as the label indent,
# so allow that.
if line.startswith(' ') and not re.match(' [A-Za-z0-9_]+:', line):
badfiles.append(f)
break
except:
# ignore cannot open file, etc.
pass
if len(badfiles) > 0:
msg = "these files use spaces for indentation (use tabs instead):\n\t" + "\n\t".join(badfiles)
if just_warn:
ui.warn("warning: " + msg + "\n")
else:
raise util.Abort(msg)
return
#######################################################################
# Mercurial commands
# every command must take a ui and and repo as arguments.
# opts is a dict where you can find other command line flags
#
# Other parameters are taken in order from items on the command line that
# don't start with a dash. If no default value is given in the parameter list,
# they are required.
#
def change(ui, repo, *pats, **opts):
"""create, edit or delete a change list
Create, edit or delete a change list.
A change list is a group of files to be reviewed and submitted together,
plus a textual description of the change.
Change lists are referred to by simple alphanumeric names.
Changes must be reviewed before they can be submitted.
In the absence of options, the change command opens the
change list for editing in the default editor.
Deleting a change with the -d or -D flag does not affect
the contents of the files listed in that change. To revert
the files listed in a change, use
hg revert @123456
before running hg change -d 123456.
"""
if missing_codereview:
return missing_codereview
dirty = {}
if len(pats) > 0 and GoodCLName(pats[0]):
name = pats[0]
if len(pats) != 1:
return "cannot specify CL name and file patterns"
pats = pats[1:]
cl, err = LoadCL(ui, repo, name, web=True)
if err != '':
return err
if not cl.local and (opts["stdin"] or not opts["stdout"]):
return "cannot change non-local CL " + name
else:
if repo[None].branch() != "default":
return "cannot run hg change outside default branch"
name = "new"
cl = CL("new")
dirty[cl] = True
files = ChangedFiles(ui, repo, pats, opts, taken=Taken(ui, repo))
if opts["delete"] or opts["deletelocal"]:
if opts["delete"] and opts["deletelocal"]:
return "cannot use -d and -D together"
flag = "-d"
if opts["deletelocal"]:
flag = "-D"
if name == "new":
return "cannot use "+flag+" with file patterns"
if opts["stdin"] or opts["stdout"]:
return "cannot use "+flag+" with -i or -o"
if not cl.local:
return "cannot change non-local CL " + name
if opts["delete"]:
if cl.copied_from:
return "original author must delete CL; hg change -D will remove locally"
PostMessage(ui, cl.name, "*** Abandoned ***", send_mail=cl.mailed)
EditDesc(cl.name, closed=True, private=cl.private)
cl.Delete(ui, repo)
return
if opts["stdin"]:
s = sys.stdin.read()
clx, line, err = ParseCL(s, name)
if err != '':
return "error parsing change list: line %d: %s" % (line, err)
if clx.desc is not None:
cl.desc = clx.desc;
dirty[cl] = True
if clx.reviewer is not None:
cl.reviewer = clx.reviewer
dirty[cl] = True
if clx.cc is not None:
cl.cc = clx.cc
dirty[cl] = True
if clx.files is not None:
cl.files = clx.files
dirty[cl] = True
if clx.private != cl.private:
cl.private = clx.private
dirty[cl] = True
if not opts["stdin"] and not opts["stdout"]:
if name == "new":
cl.files = files
err = EditCL(ui, repo, cl)
if err != "":
return err
dirty[cl] = True
for d, _ in dirty.items():
name = d.name
d.Flush(ui, repo)
if name == "new":
d.Upload(ui, repo, quiet=True)
if opts["stdout"]:
ui.write(cl.EditorText())
elif opts["pending"]:
ui.write(cl.PendingText())
elif name == "new":
if ui.quiet:
ui.write(cl.name)
else:
ui.write("CL created: " + cl.url + "\n")
return
def code_login(ui, repo, **opts):
"""log in to code review server
Logs in to the code review server, saving a cookie in
a file in your home directory.
"""
if missing_codereview:
return missing_codereview
MySend(None)
def clpatch(ui, repo, clname, **opts):
"""import a patch from the code review server
Imports a patch from the code review server into the local client.
If the local client has already modified any of the files that the
patch modifies, this command will refuse to apply the patch.
Submitting an imported patch will keep the original author's
name as the Author: line but add your own name to a Committer: line.
"""
if repo[None].branch() != "default":
return "cannot run hg clpatch outside default branch"
return clpatch_or_undo(ui, repo, clname, opts, mode="clpatch")
def undo(ui, repo, clname, **opts):
"""undo the effect of a CL
Creates a new CL that undoes an earlier CL.
After creating the CL, opens the CL text for editing so that
you can add the reason for the undo to the description.
"""
if repo[None].branch() != "default":
return "cannot run hg undo outside default branch"
return clpatch_or_undo(ui, repo, clname, opts, mode="undo")
def release_apply(ui, repo, clname, **opts):
"""apply a CL to the release branch
Creates a new CL copying a previously committed change
from the main branch to the release branch.
The current client must either be clean or already be in
the release branch.
The release branch must be created by starting with a
clean client, disabling the code review plugin, and running:
hg update weekly.YYYY-MM-DD
hg branch release-branch.rNN
hg commit -m 'create release-branch.rNN'
hg push --new-branch
Then re-enable the code review plugin.
People can test the release branch by running
hg update release-branch.rNN
in a clean client. To return to the normal tree,
hg update default
Move changes since the weekly into the release branch
using hg release-apply followed by the usual code review
process and hg submit.
When it comes time to tag the release, record the
final long-form tag of the release-branch.rNN
in the *default* branch's .hgtags file. That is, run
hg update default
and then edit .hgtags as you would for a weekly.
"""
c = repo[None]
if not releaseBranch:
return "no active release branches"
if c.branch() != releaseBranch:
if c.modified() or c.added() or c.removed():
raise util.Abort("uncommitted local changes - cannot switch branches")
err = hg.clean(repo, releaseBranch)
if err:
return err
try:
err = clpatch_or_undo(ui, repo, clname, opts, mode="backport")
if err:
raise util.Abort(err)
except Exception, e:
hg.clean(repo, "default")
raise e
return None
def rev2clname(rev):
# Extract CL name from revision description.
# The last line in the description that is a codereview URL is the real one.
# Earlier lines might be part of the user-written description.
all = re.findall('(?m)^http://codereview.appspot.com/([0-9]+)$', rev.description())
if len(all) > 0:
return all[-1]
return ""
undoHeader = """undo CL %s / %s
<enter reason for undo>
««« original CL description
"""
undoFooter = """
»»»
"""
backportHeader = """[%s] %s
««« CL %s / %s
"""
backportFooter = """
»»»
"""
# Implementation of clpatch/undo.
def clpatch_or_undo(ui, repo, clname, opts, mode):
if missing_codereview:
return missing_codereview
if mode == "undo" or mode == "backport":
if hgversion < '1.4':
# Don't have cmdutil.match (see implementation of sync command).
return "hg is too old to run hg %s - update to 1.4 or newer" % mode
# Find revision in Mercurial repository.
# Assume CL number is 7+ decimal digits.
# Otherwise is either change log sequence number (fewer decimal digits),
# hexadecimal hash, or tag name.
# Mercurial will fall over long before the change log
# sequence numbers get to be 7 digits long.
if re.match('^[0-9]{7,}$', clname):
found = False
matchfn = cmdutil.match(repo, [], {'rev': None})
def prep(ctx, fns):
pass
for ctx in cmdutil.walkchangerevs(repo, matchfn, {'rev': None}, prep):
rev = repo[ctx.rev()]
# Last line with a code review URL is the actual review URL.
# Earlier ones might be part of the CL description.
n = rev2clname(rev)
if n == clname:
found = True
break
if not found:
return "cannot find CL %s in local repository" % clname
else:
rev = repo[clname]
if not rev:
return "unknown revision %s" % clname
clname = rev2clname(rev)
if clname == "":
return "cannot find CL name in revision description"
# Create fresh CL and start with patch that would reverse the change.
vers = short(rev.node())
cl = CL("new")
desc = rev.description()
if mode == "undo":
cl.desc = (undoHeader % (clname, vers)) + desc + undoFooter
else:
cl.desc = (backportHeader % (releaseBranch, line1(desc), clname, vers)) + desc + undoFooter
v1 = vers
v0 = short(rev.parents()[0].node())
if mode == "undo":
arg = v1 + ":" + v0
else:
vers = v0
arg = v0 + ":" + v1
patch = RunShell(["hg", "diff", "--git", "-r", arg])
else: # clpatch
cl, vers, patch, err = DownloadCL(ui, repo, clname)
if err != "":
return err
if patch == emptydiff:
return "codereview issue %s has no diff" % clname
# find current hg version (hg identify)
ctx = repo[None]
parents = ctx.parents()
id = '+'.join([short(p.node()) for p in parents])
# if version does not match the patch version,
# try to update the patch line numbers.
if vers != "" and id != vers:
# "vers in repo" gives the wrong answer
# on some versions of Mercurial. Instead, do the actual
# lookup and catch the exception.
try:
repo[vers].description()
except:
return "local repository is out of date; sync to get %s" % (vers)
patch, err = portPatch(repo, patch, vers, id)
if err != "":
return "codereview issue %s is out of date: %s (%s->%s)" % (clname, err, vers, id)
argv = ["hgpatch"]
if opts["no_incoming"] or mode == "backport":
argv += ["--checksync=false"]
try:
cmd = subprocess.Popen(argv, shell=False, stdin=subprocess.PIPE, stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=None, close_fds=sys.platform != "win32")
except:
return "hgpatch: " + ExceptionDetail()
out, err = cmd.communicate(patch)
if cmd.returncode != 0 and not opts["ignore_hgpatch_failure"]:
return "hgpatch failed"
cl.local = True
cl.files = out.strip().split()
if not cl.files:
return "codereview issue %s has no changed files" % clname
files = ChangedFiles(ui, repo, [], opts)
extra = Sub(cl.files, files)
if extra:
ui.warn("warning: these files were listed in the patch but not changed:\n\t" + "\n\t".join(extra) + "\n")
cl.Flush(ui, repo)
if mode == "undo":
err = EditCL(ui, repo, cl)
if err != "":
return "CL created, but error editing: " + err
cl.Flush(ui, repo)
else:
ui.write(cl.PendingText() + "\n")
# portPatch rewrites patch from being a patch against
# oldver to being a patch against newver.
def portPatch(repo, patch, oldver, newver):
lines = patch.splitlines(True) # True = keep \n
delta = None
for i in range(len(lines)):
line = lines[i]
if line.startswith('--- a/'):
file = line[6:-1]
delta = fileDeltas(repo, file, oldver, newver)
if not delta or not line.startswith('@@ '):
continue
# @@ -x,y +z,w @@ means the patch chunk replaces
# the original file's line numbers x up to x+y with the
# line numbers z up to z+w in the new file.
# Find the delta from x in the original to the same
# line in the current version and add that delta to both
# x and z.
m = re.match('@@ -([0-9]+),([0-9]+) \+([0-9]+),([0-9]+) @@', line)
if not m:
return None, "error parsing patch line numbers"
n1, len1, n2, len2 = int(m.group(1)), int(m.group(2)), int(m.group(3)), int(m.group(4))
d, err = lineDelta(delta, n1, len1)
if err != "":
return "", err
n1 += d
n2 += d
lines[i] = "@@ -%d,%d +%d,%d @@\n" % (n1, len1, n2, len2)
newpatch = ''.join(lines)
return newpatch, ""
# fileDelta returns the line number deltas for the given file's
# changes from oldver to newver.
# The deltas are a list of (n, len, newdelta) triples that say
# lines [n, n+len) were modified, and after that range the
# line numbers are +newdelta from what they were before.
def fileDeltas(repo, file, oldver, newver):
cmd = ["hg", "diff", "--git", "-r", oldver + ":" + newver, "path:" + file]
data = RunShell(cmd, silent_ok=True)
deltas = []
for line in data.splitlines():
m = re.match('@@ -([0-9]+),([0-9]+) \+([0-9]+),([0-9]+) @@', line)
if not m:
continue
n1, len1, n2, len2 = int(m.group(1)), int(m.group(2)), int(m.group(3)), int(m.group(4))
deltas.append((n1, len1, n2+len2-(n1+len1)))
return deltas
# lineDelta finds the appropriate line number delta to apply to the lines [n, n+len).
# It returns an error if those lines were rewritten by the patch.
def lineDelta(deltas, n, len):
d = 0
for (old, oldlen, newdelta) in deltas:
if old >= n+len:
break
if old+len > n:
return 0, "patch and recent changes conflict"
d = newdelta
return d, ""
def download(ui, repo, clname, **opts):
"""download a change from the code review server
Download prints a description of the given change list
followed by its diff, downloaded from the code review server.
"""
if missing_codereview:
return missing_codereview
cl, vers, patch, err = DownloadCL(ui, repo, clname)
if err != "":
return err
ui.write(cl.EditorText() + "\n")
ui.write(patch + "\n")
return
def file(ui, repo, clname, pat, *pats, **opts):
"""assign files to or remove files from a change list
Assign files to or (with -d) remove files from a change list.
The -d option only removes files from the change list.
It does not edit them or remove them from the repository.
"""
if missing_codereview:
return missing_codereview
pats = tuple([pat] + list(pats))
if not GoodCLName(clname):
return "invalid CL name " + clname
dirty = {}
cl, err = LoadCL(ui, repo, clname, web=False)
if err != '':
return err
if not cl.local:
return "cannot change non-local CL " + clname
files = ChangedFiles(ui, repo, pats, opts)
if opts["delete"]:
oldfiles = Intersect(files, cl.files)
if oldfiles:
if not ui.quiet:
ui.status("# Removing files from CL. To undo:\n")
ui.status("# cd %s\n" % (repo.root))
for f in oldfiles:
ui.status("# hg file %s %s\n" % (cl.name, f))
cl.files = Sub(cl.files, oldfiles)
cl.Flush(ui, repo)
else:
ui.status("no such files in CL")
return
if not files:
return "no such modified files"
files = Sub(files, cl.files)
taken = Taken(ui, repo)
warned = False
for f in files:
if f in taken:
if not warned and not ui.quiet:
ui.status("# Taking files from other CLs. To undo:\n")
ui.status("# cd %s\n" % (repo.root))
warned = True
ocl = taken[f]
if not ui.quiet:
ui.status("# hg file %s %s\n" % (ocl.name, f))
if ocl not in dirty:
ocl.files = Sub(ocl.files, files)
dirty[ocl] = True
cl.files = Add(cl.files, files)
dirty[cl] = True
for d, _ in dirty.items():
d.Flush(ui, repo)
return
def gofmt(ui, repo, *pats, **opts):
"""apply gofmt to modified files
Applies gofmt to the modified files in the repository that match
the given patterns.
"""
if missing_codereview:
return missing_codereview
files = ChangedExistingFiles(ui, repo, pats, opts)
files = [f for f in files if f.endswith(".go")]
if not files:
return "no modified go files"
cwd = os.getcwd()
files = [RelativePath(repo.root + '/' + f, cwd) for f in files]
try:
cmd = ["gofmt", "-l"]
if not opts["list"]:
cmd += ["-w"]
if os.spawnvp(os.P_WAIT, "gofmt", cmd + files) != 0:
raise util.Abort("gofmt did not exit cleanly")
except error.Abort, e:
raise
except:
raise util.Abort("gofmt: " + ExceptionDetail())
return
def mail(ui, repo, *pats, **opts):
"""mail a change for review
Uploads a patch to the code review server and then sends mail
to the reviewer and CC list asking for a review.
"""
if missing_codereview:
return missing_codereview
cl, err = CommandLineCL(ui, repo, pats, opts, defaultcc=defaultcc)
if err != "":
return err
cl.Upload(ui, repo, gofmt_just_warn=True)
if not cl.reviewer:
# If no reviewer is listed, assign the review to defaultcc.
# This makes sure that it appears in the
# codereview.appspot.com/user/defaultcc
# page, so that it doesn't get dropped on the floor.
if not defaultcc:
return "no reviewers listed in CL"
cl.cc = Sub(cl.cc, defaultcc)
cl.reviewer = defaultcc
cl.Flush(ui, repo)
if cl.files == []:
return "no changed files, not sending mail"
cl.Mail(ui, repo)
def pending(ui, repo, *pats, **opts):
"""show pending changes
Lists pending changes followed by a list of unassigned but modified files.
"""
if missing_codereview:
return missing_codereview
m = LoadAllCL(ui, repo, web=True)
names = m.keys()
names.sort()
for name in names:
cl = m[name]
ui.write(cl.PendingText() + "\n")
files = DefaultFiles(ui, repo, [], opts)
if len(files) > 0:
s = "Changed files not in any CL:\n"
for f in files:
s += "\t" + f + "\n"
ui.write(s)
def reposetup(ui, repo):
global original_match
if original_match is None:
start_status_thread()
original_match = cmdutil.match
cmdutil.match = ReplacementForCmdutilMatch
RietveldSetup(ui, repo)
def CheckContributor(ui, repo, user=None):
set_status("checking CONTRIBUTORS file")
user, userline = FindContributor(ui, repo, user, warn=False)
if not userline:
raise util.Abort("cannot find %s in CONTRIBUTORS" % (user,))
return userline
def FindContributor(ui, repo, user=None, warn=True):
if not user:
user = ui.config("ui", "username")
if not user:
raise util.Abort("[ui] username is not configured in .hgrc")
user = user.lower()
m = re.match(r".*<(.*)>", user)
if m:
user = m.group(1)
if user not in contributors:
if warn:
ui.warn("warning: cannot find %s in CONTRIBUTORS\n" % (user,))
return user, None
user, email = contributors[user]
return email, "%s <%s>" % (user, email)
def submit(ui, repo, *pats, **opts):
"""submit change to remote repository
Submits change to remote repository.
Bails out if the local repository is not in sync with the remote one.
"""
if missing_codereview:
return missing_codereview
# We already called this on startup but sometimes Mercurial forgets.
set_mercurial_encoding_to_utf8()
repo.ui.quiet = True
if not opts["no_incoming"] and Incoming(ui, repo, opts):
return "local repository out of date; must sync before submit"
cl, err = CommandLineCL(ui, repo, pats, opts, defaultcc=defaultcc)
if err != "":
return err
user = None
if cl.copied_from:
user = cl.copied_from
userline = CheckContributor(ui, repo, user)
typecheck(userline, str)
about = ""
if cl.reviewer:
about += "R=" + JoinComma([CutDomain(s) for s in cl.reviewer]) + "\n"
if opts.get('tbr'):
tbr = SplitCommaSpace(opts.get('tbr'))
cl.reviewer = Add(cl.reviewer, tbr)
about += "TBR=" + JoinComma([CutDomain(s) for s in tbr]) + "\n"
if cl.cc:
about += "CC=" + JoinComma([CutDomain(s) for s in cl.cc]) + "\n"
if not cl.reviewer:
return "no reviewers listed in CL"
if not cl.local:
return "cannot submit non-local CL"
# upload, to sync current patch and also get change number if CL is new.
if not cl.copied_from:
cl.Upload(ui, repo, gofmt_just_warn=True)
# check gofmt for real; allowed upload to warn in order to save CL.
cl.Flush(ui, repo)
CheckFormat(ui, repo, cl.files)
about += "%s%s\n" % (server_url_base, cl.name)
if cl.copied_from:
about += "\nCommitter: " + CheckContributor(ui, repo, None) + "\n"
typecheck(about, str)
if not cl.mailed and not cl.copied_from: # in case this is TBR
cl.Mail(ui, repo)
# submit changes locally
date = opts.get('date')
if date:
opts['date'] = util.parsedate(date)
typecheck(opts['date'], str)
opts['message'] = cl.desc.rstrip() + "\n\n" + about
typecheck(opts['message'], str)
if opts['dryrun']:
print "NOT SUBMITTING:"
print "User: ", userline
print "Message:"
print Indent(opts['message'], "\t")
print "Files:"
print Indent('\n'.join(cl.files), "\t")
return "dry run; not submitted"
m = match.exact(repo.root, repo.getcwd(), cl.files)
node = repo.commit(ustr(opts['message']), ustr(userline), opts.get('date'), m)
if not node:
return "nothing changed"
# push to remote; if it fails for any reason, roll back
try:
log = repo.changelog
rev = log.rev(node)
parents = log.parentrevs(rev)
if (rev-1 not in parents and
(parents == (nullrev, nullrev) or
len(log.heads(log.node(parents[0]))) > 1 and
(parents[1] == nullrev or len(log.heads(log.node(parents[1]))) > 1))):
# created new head
raise util.Abort("local repository out of date; must sync before submit")
# push changes to remote.
# if it works, we're committed.
# if not, roll back
other = getremote(ui, repo, opts)
r = repo.push(other, False, None)
if r == 0:
raise util.Abort("local repository out of date; must sync before submit")
except:
real_rollback()
raise
# we're committed. upload final patch, close review, add commit message
changeURL = short(node)
url = other.url()
m = re.match("^https?://([^@/]+@)?([^.]+)\.googlecode\.com/hg/?", url)
if m:
changeURL = "http://code.google.com/p/%s/source/detail?r=%s" % (m.group(2), changeURL)
else:
print >>sys.stderr, "URL: ", url
pmsg = "*** Submitted as " + changeURL + " ***\n\n" + opts['message']
# When posting, move reviewers to CC line,
# so that the issue stops showing up in their "My Issues" page.
PostMessage(ui, cl.name, pmsg, reviewers="", cc=JoinComma(cl.reviewer+cl.cc))
if not cl.copied_from:
EditDesc(cl.name, closed=True, private=cl.private)
cl.Delete(ui, repo)
c = repo[None]
if c.branch() == releaseBranch and not c.modified() and not c.added() and not c.removed():
ui.write("switching from %s to default branch.\n" % releaseBranch)
err = hg.clean(repo, "default")
if err:
return err
return None
def sync(ui, repo, **opts):
"""synchronize with remote repository
Incorporates recent changes from the remote repository
into the local repository.
"""
if missing_codereview:
return missing_codereview
if not opts["local"]:
ui.status = sync_note
ui.note = sync_note
other = getremote(ui, repo, opts)
modheads = repo.pull(other)
err = commands.postincoming(ui, repo, modheads, True, "tip")
if err:
return err
commands.update(ui, repo)
sync_changes(ui, repo)
def sync_note(msg):
# we run sync (pull -u) in verbose mode to get the
# list of files being updated, but that drags along
# a bunch of messages we don't care about.
# omit them.
if msg == 'resolving manifests\n':
return
if msg == 'searching for changes\n':
return
if msg == "couldn't find merge tool hgmerge\n":
return
sys.stdout.write(msg)
def sync_changes(ui, repo):
# Look through recent change log descriptions to find
# potential references to http://.*/our-CL-number.
# Double-check them by looking at the Rietveld log.
def Rev(rev):
desc = repo[rev].description().strip()
for clname in re.findall('(?m)^http://(?:[^\n]+)/([0-9]+)$', desc):
if IsLocalCL(ui, repo, clname) and IsRietveldSubmitted(ui, clname, repo[rev].hex()):
ui.warn("CL %s submitted as %s; closing\n" % (clname, repo[rev]))
cl, err = LoadCL(ui, repo, clname, web=False)
if err != "":
ui.warn("loading CL %s: %s\n" % (clname, err))
continue
if not cl.copied_from:
EditDesc(cl.name, closed=True, private=cl.private)
cl.Delete(ui, repo)
if hgversion < '1.4':
get = util.cachefunc(lambda r: repo[r].changeset())
changeiter, matchfn = cmdutil.walkchangerevs(ui, repo, [], get, {'rev': None})
n = 0
for st, rev, fns in changeiter:
if st != 'iter':
continue
n += 1
if n > 100:
break
Rev(rev)
else:
matchfn = cmdutil.match(repo, [], {'rev': None})
def prep(ctx, fns):
pass
for ctx in cmdutil.walkchangerevs(repo, matchfn, {'rev': None}, prep):
Rev(ctx.rev())
# Remove files that are not modified from the CLs in which they appear.
all = LoadAllCL(ui, repo, web=False)
changed = ChangedFiles(ui, repo, [], {})
for _, cl in all.items():
extra = Sub(cl.files, changed)
if extra:
ui.warn("Removing unmodified files from CL %s:\n" % (cl.name,))
for f in extra:
ui.warn("\t%s\n" % (f,))
cl.files = Sub(cl.files, extra)
cl.Flush(ui, repo)
if not cl.files:
if not cl.copied_from:
ui.warn("CL %s has no files; delete with hg change -d %s\n" % (cl.name, cl.name))
else:
ui.warn("CL %s has no files; delete locally with hg change -D %s\n" % (cl.name, cl.name))
return
def upload(ui, repo, name, **opts):
"""upload diffs to the code review server
Uploads the current modifications for a given change to the server.
"""
if missing_codereview:
return missing_codereview
repo.ui.quiet = True
cl, err = LoadCL(ui, repo, name, web=True)
if err != "":
return err
if not cl.local:
return "cannot upload non-local change"
cl.Upload(ui, repo)
print "%s%s\n" % (server_url_base, cl.name)
return
review_opts = [
('r', 'reviewer', '', 'add reviewer'),
('', 'cc', '', 'add cc'),
('', 'tbr', '', 'add future reviewer'),
('m', 'message', '', 'change description (for new change)'),
]
cmdtable = {
# The ^ means to show this command in the help text that
# is printed when running hg with no arguments.
"^change": (
change,
[
('d', 'delete', None, 'delete existing change list'),
('D', 'deletelocal', None, 'delete locally, but do not change CL on server'),
('i', 'stdin', None, 'read change list from standard input'),
('o', 'stdout', None, 'print change list to standard output'),
('p', 'pending', None, 'print pending summary to standard output'),
],
"[-d | -D] [-i] [-o] change# or FILE ..."
),
"^clpatch": (
clpatch,
[
('', 'ignore_hgpatch_failure', None, 'create CL metadata even if hgpatch fails'),
('', 'no_incoming', None, 'disable check for incoming changes'),
],
"change#"
),
# Would prefer to call this codereview-login, but then
# hg help codereview prints the help for this command
# instead of the help for the extension.
"code-login": (
code_login,
[],
"",
),
"^download": (
download,
[],
"change#"
),
"^file": (
file,
[
('d', 'delete', None, 'delete files from change list (but not repository)'),
],
"[-d] change# FILE ..."
),
"^gofmt": (
gofmt,
[
('l', 'list', None, 'list files that would change, but do not edit them'),
],
"FILE ..."
),
"^pending|p": (
pending,
[],
"[FILE ...]"
),
"^mail": (
mail,
review_opts + [
] + commands.walkopts,
"[-r reviewer] [--cc cc] [change# | file ...]"
),
"^release-apply": (
release_apply,
[
('', 'ignore_hgpatch_failure', None, 'create CL metadata even if hgpatch fails'),
('', 'no_incoming', None, 'disable check for incoming changes'),
],
"change#"
),
# TODO: release-start, release-tag, weekly-tag
"^submit": (
submit,
review_opts + [
('', 'no_incoming', None, 'disable initial incoming check (for testing)'),
('n', 'dryrun', None, 'make change only locally (for testing)'),
] + commands.walkopts + commands.commitopts + commands.commitopts2,
"[-r reviewer] [--cc cc] [change# | file ...]"
),
"^sync": (
sync,
[
('', 'local', None, 'do not pull changes from remote repository')
],
"[--local]",
),
"^undo": (
undo,
[
('', 'ignore_hgpatch_failure', None, 'create CL metadata even if hgpatch fails'),
('', 'no_incoming', None, 'disable check for incoming changes'),
],
"change#"
),
"^upload": (
upload,
[],
"change#"
),
}
#######################################################################
# Wrappers around upload.py for interacting with Rietveld
# HTML form parser
class FormParser(HTMLParser):
def __init__(self):
self.map = {}
self.curtag = None
self.curdata = None
HTMLParser.__init__(self)
def handle_starttag(self, tag, attrs):
if tag == "input":
key = None
value = ''
for a in attrs:
if a[0] == 'name':
key = a[1]
if a[0] == 'value':
value = a[1]
if key is not None:
self.map[key] = value
if tag == "textarea":
key = None
for a in attrs:
if a[0] == 'name':
key = a[1]
if key is not None:
self.curtag = key
self.curdata = ''
def handle_endtag(self, tag):
if tag == "textarea" and self.curtag is not None:
self.map[self.curtag] = self.curdata
self.curtag = None
self.curdata = None
def handle_charref(self, name):
self.handle_data(unichr(int(name)))
def handle_entityref(self, name):
import htmlentitydefs
if name in htmlentitydefs.entitydefs:
self.handle_data(htmlentitydefs.entitydefs[name])
else:
self.handle_data("&" + name + ";")
def handle_data(self, data):
if self.curdata is not None:
self.curdata += data
def JSONGet(ui, path):
try:
data = MySend(path, force_auth=False)
typecheck(data, str)
d = fix_json(json.loads(data))
except:
ui.warn("JSONGet %s: %s\n" % (path, ExceptionDetail()))
return None
return d
# Clean up json parser output to match our expectations:
# * all strings are UTF-8-encoded str, not unicode.
# * missing fields are missing, not None,
# so that d.get("foo", defaultvalue) works.
def fix_json(x):
if type(x) in [str, int, float, bool, type(None)]:
pass
elif type(x) is unicode:
x = x.encode("utf-8")
elif type(x) is list:
for i in range(len(x)):
x[i] = fix_json(x[i])
elif type(x) is dict:
todel = []
for k in x:
if x[k] is None:
todel.append(k)
else:
x[k] = fix_json(x[k])
for k in todel:
del x[k]
else:
raise util.Abort("unknown type " + str(type(x)) + " in fix_json")
if type(x) is str:
x = x.replace('\r\n', '\n')
return x
def IsRietveldSubmitted(ui, clname, hex):
dict = JSONGet(ui, "/api/" + clname + "?messages=true")
if dict is None:
return False
for msg in dict.get("messages", []):
text = msg.get("text", "")
m = re.match('\*\*\* Submitted as [^*]*?([0-9a-f]+) \*\*\*', text)
if m is not None and len(m.group(1)) >= 8 and hex.startswith(m.group(1)):
return True
return False
def IsRietveldMailed(cl):
for msg in cl.dict.get("messages", []):
if msg.get("text", "").find("I'd like you to review this change") >= 0:
return True
return False
def DownloadCL(ui, repo, clname):
set_status("downloading CL " + clname)
cl, err = LoadCL(ui, repo, clname, web=True)
if err != "":
return None, None, None, "error loading CL %s: %s" % (clname, err)
# Find most recent diff
diffs = cl.dict.get("patchsets", [])
if not diffs:
return None, None, None, "CL has no patch sets"
patchid = diffs[-1]
patchset = JSONGet(ui, "/api/" + clname + "/" + str(patchid))
if patchset is None:
return None, None, None, "error loading CL patchset %s/%d" % (clname, patchid)
if patchset.get("patchset", 0) != patchid:
return None, None, None, "malformed patchset information"
vers = ""
msg = patchset.get("message", "").split()
if len(msg) >= 3 and msg[0] == "diff" and msg[1] == "-r":
vers = msg[2]
diff = "/download/issue" + clname + "_" + str(patchid) + ".diff"
diffdata = MySend(diff, force_auth=False)
# Print warning if email is not in CONTRIBUTORS file.
email = cl.dict.get("owner_email", "")
if not email:
return None, None, None, "cannot find owner for %s" % (clname)
him = FindContributor(ui, repo, email)
me = FindContributor(ui, repo, None)
if him == me:
cl.mailed = IsRietveldMailed(cl)
else:
cl.copied_from = email
return cl, vers, diffdata, ""
def MySend(request_path, payload=None,
content_type="application/octet-stream",
timeout=None, force_auth=True,
**kwargs):
"""Run MySend1 maybe twice, because Rietveld is unreliable."""
try:
return MySend1(request_path, payload, content_type, timeout, force_auth, **kwargs)
except Exception, e:
if type(e) != urllib2.HTTPError or e.code != 500: # only retry on HTTP 500 error
raise
print >>sys.stderr, "Loading "+request_path+": "+ExceptionDetail()+"; trying again in 2 seconds."
time.sleep(2)
return MySend1(request_path, payload, content_type, timeout, force_auth, **kwargs)
# Like upload.py Send but only authenticates when the
# redirect is to www.google.com/accounts. This keeps
# unnecessary redirects from happening during testing.
def MySend1(request_path, payload=None,
content_type="application/octet-stream",
timeout=None, force_auth=True,
**kwargs):
"""Sends an RPC and returns the response.
Args:
request_path: The path to send the request to, eg /api/appversion/create.
payload: The body of the request, or None to send an empty request.
content_type: The Content-Type header to use.
timeout: timeout in seconds; default None i.e. no timeout.
(Note: for large requests on OS X, the timeout doesn't work right.)
kwargs: Any keyword arguments are converted into query string parameters.
Returns:
The response body, as a string.
"""
# TODO: Don't require authentication. Let the server say
# whether it is necessary.
global rpc
if rpc == None:
rpc = GetRpcServer(upload_options)
self = rpc
if not self.authenticated and force_auth:
self._Authenticate()
if request_path is None:
return
old_timeout = socket.getdefaulttimeout()
socket.setdefaulttimeout(timeout)
try:
tries = 0
while True:
tries += 1
args = dict(kwargs)
url = "http://%s%s" % (self.host, request_path)
if args:
url += "?" + urllib.urlencode(args)
req = self._CreateRequest(url=url, data=payload)
req.add_header("Content-Type", content_type)
try:
f = self.opener.open(req)
response = f.read()
f.close()
# Translate \r\n into \n, because Rietveld doesn't.
response = response.replace('\r\n', '\n')
# who knows what urllib will give us
if type(response) == unicode:
response = response.encode("utf-8")
typecheck(response, str)
return response
except urllib2.HTTPError, e:
if tries > 3:
raise
elif e.code == 401:
self._Authenticate()
elif e.code == 302:
loc = e.info()["location"]
if not loc.startswith('https://www.google.com/a') or loc.find('/ServiceLogin') < 0:
return ''
self._Authenticate()
else:
raise
finally:
socket.setdefaulttimeout(old_timeout)
def GetForm(url):
f = FormParser()
f.feed(ustr(MySend(url))) # f.feed wants unicode
f.close()
# convert back to utf-8 to restore sanity
m = {}
for k,v in f.map.items():
m[k.encode("utf-8")] = v.replace("\r\n", "\n").encode("utf-8")
return m
def EditDesc(issue, subject=None, desc=None, reviewers=None, cc=None, closed=False, private=False):
set_status("uploading change to description")
form_fields = GetForm("/" + issue + "/edit")
if subject is not None:
form_fields['subject'] = subject
if desc is not None:
form_fields['description'] = desc
if reviewers is not None:
form_fields['reviewers'] = reviewers
if cc is not None:
form_fields['cc'] = cc
if closed:
form_fields['closed'] = "checked"
if private:
form_fields['private'] = "checked"
ctype, body = EncodeMultipartFormData(form_fields.items(), [])
response = MySend("/" + issue + "/edit", body, content_type=ctype)
if response != "":
print >>sys.stderr, "Error editing description:\n" + "Sent form: \n", form_fields, "\n", response
sys.exit(2)
def PostMessage(ui, issue, message, reviewers=None, cc=None, send_mail=True, subject=None):
set_status("uploading message")
form_fields = GetForm("/" + issue + "/publish")
if reviewers is not None:
form_fields['reviewers'] = reviewers
if cc is not None:
form_fields['cc'] = cc
if send_mail:
form_fields['send_mail'] = "checked"
else:
del form_fields['send_mail']
if subject is not None:
form_fields['subject'] = subject
form_fields['message'] = message
form_fields['message_only'] = '1' # Don't include draft comments
if reviewers is not None or cc is not None:
form_fields['message_only'] = '' # Must set '' in order to override cc/reviewer
ctype = "applications/x-www-form-urlencoded"
body = urllib.urlencode(form_fields)
response = MySend("/" + issue + "/publish", body, content_type=ctype)
if response != "":
print response
sys.exit(2)
class opt(object):
pass
def nocommit(*pats, **opts):
"""(disabled when using this extension)"""
raise util.Abort("codereview extension enabled; use mail, upload, or submit instead of commit")
def nobackout(*pats, **opts):
"""(disabled when using this extension)"""
raise util.Abort("codereview extension enabled; use undo instead of backout")
def norollback(*pats, **opts):
"""(disabled when using this extension)"""
raise util.Abort("codereview extension enabled; use undo instead of rollback")
def RietveldSetup(ui, repo):
global defaultcc, upload_options, rpc, server, server_url_base, force_google_account, verbosity, contributors
global missing_codereview
repo_config_path = ''
# Read repository-specific options from lib/codereview/codereview.cfg
try:
repo_config_path = repo.root + '/lib/codereview/codereview.cfg'
f = open(repo_config_path)
for line in f:
if line.startswith('defaultcc: '):
defaultcc = SplitCommaSpace(line[10:])
except:
# If there are no options, chances are good this is not
# a code review repository; stop now before we foul
# things up even worse. Might also be that repo doesn't
# even have a root. See issue 959.
if repo_config_path == '':
missing_codereview = 'codereview disabled: repository has no root'
else:
missing_codereview = 'codereview disabled: cannot open ' + repo_config_path
return
# Should only modify repository with hg submit.
# Disable the built-in Mercurial commands that might
# trip things up.
cmdutil.commit = nocommit
global real_rollback
real_rollback = repo.rollback
repo.rollback = norollback
# would install nobackout if we could; oh well
try:
f = open(repo.root + '/CONTRIBUTORS', 'r')
except:
raise util.Abort("cannot open %s: %s" % (repo.root+'/CONTRIBUTORS', ExceptionDetail()))
for line in f:
# CONTRIBUTORS is a list of lines like:
# Person <email>
# Person <email> <alt-email>
# The first email address is the one used in commit logs.
if line.startswith('#'):
continue
m = re.match(r"([^<>]+\S)\s+(<[^<>\s]+>)((\s+<[^<>\s]+>)*)\s*$", line)
if m:
name = m.group(1)
email = m.group(2)[1:-1]
contributors[email.lower()] = (name, email)
for extra in m.group(3).split():
contributors[extra[1:-1].lower()] = (name, email)
if not ui.verbose:
verbosity = 0
# Config options.
x = ui.config("codereview", "server")
if x is not None:
server = x
# TODO(rsc): Take from ui.username?
email = None
x = ui.config("codereview", "email")
if x is not None:
email = x
server_url_base = "http://" + server + "/"
testing = ui.config("codereview", "testing")
force_google_account = ui.configbool("codereview", "force_google_account", False)
upload_options = opt()
upload_options.email = email
upload_options.host = None
upload_options.verbose = 0
upload_options.description = None
upload_options.description_file = None
upload_options.reviewers = None
upload_options.cc = None
upload_options.message = None
upload_options.issue = None
upload_options.download_base = False
upload_options.revision = None
upload_options.send_mail = False
upload_options.vcs = None
upload_options.server = server
upload_options.save_cookies = True
if testing:
upload_options.save_cookies = False
upload_options.email = "test@example.com"
rpc = None
global releaseBranch
tags = repo.branchtags().keys()
if 'release-branch.r100' in tags:
# NOTE(rsc): This tags.sort is going to get the wrong
# answer when comparing release-branch.r99 with
# release-branch.r100. If we do ten releases a year
# that gives us 4 years before we have to worry about this.
raise util.Abort('tags.sort needs to be fixed for release-branch.r100')
tags.sort()
for t in tags:
if t.startswith('release-branch.'):
releaseBranch = t
#######################################################################
# http://codereview.appspot.com/static/upload.py, heavily edited.
#!/usr/bin/env python
#
# Copyright 2007 Google Inc.
#
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"""Tool for uploading diffs from a version control system to the codereview app.
Usage summary: upload.py [options] [-- diff_options]
Diff options are passed to the diff command of the underlying system.
Supported version control systems:
Git
Mercurial
Subversion
It is important for Git/Mercurial users to specify a tree/node/branch to diff
against by using the '--rev' option.
"""
# This code is derived from appcfg.py in the App Engine SDK (open source),
# and from ASPN recipe #146306.
import cookielib
import getpass
import logging
import mimetypes
import optparse
import os
import re
import socket
import subprocess
import sys
import urllib
import urllib2
import urlparse
# The md5 module was deprecated in Python 2.5.
try:
from hashlib import md5
except ImportError:
from md5 import md5
try:
import readline
except ImportError:
pass
# The logging verbosity:
# 0: Errors only.
# 1: Status messages.
# 2: Info logs.
# 3: Debug logs.
verbosity = 1
# Max size of patch or base file.
MAX_UPLOAD_SIZE = 900 * 1024
# whitelist for non-binary filetypes which do not start with "text/"
# .mm (Objective-C) shows up as application/x-freemind on my Linux box.
TEXT_MIMETYPES = [
'application/javascript',
'application/x-javascript',
'application/x-freemind'
]
def GetEmail(prompt):
"""Prompts the user for their email address and returns it.
The last used email address is saved to a file and offered up as a suggestion
to the user. If the user presses enter without typing in anything the last
used email address is used. If the user enters a new address, it is saved
for next time we prompt.
"""
last_email_file_name = os.path.expanduser("~/.last_codereview_email_address")
last_email = ""
if os.path.exists(last_email_file_name):
try:
last_email_file = open(last_email_file_name, "r")
last_email = last_email_file.readline().strip("\n")
last_email_file.close()
prompt += " [%s]" % last_email
except IOError, e:
pass
email = raw_input(prompt + ": ").strip()
if email:
try:
last_email_file = open(last_email_file_name, "w")
last_email_file.write(email)
last_email_file.close()
except IOError, e:
pass
else:
email = last_email
return email
def StatusUpdate(msg):
"""Print a status message to stdout.
If 'verbosity' is greater than 0, print the message.
Args:
msg: The string to print.
"""
if verbosity > 0:
print msg
def ErrorExit(msg):
"""Print an error message to stderr and exit."""
print >>sys.stderr, msg
sys.exit(1)
class ClientLoginError(urllib2.HTTPError):
"""Raised to indicate there was an error authenticating with ClientLogin."""
def __init__(self, url, code, msg, headers, args):
urllib2.HTTPError.__init__(self, url, code, msg, headers, None)
self.args = args
self.reason = args["Error"]
class AbstractRpcServer(object):
"""Provides a common interface for a simple RPC server."""
def __init__(self, host, auth_function, host_override=None, extra_headers={}, save_cookies=False):
"""Creates a new HttpRpcServer.
Args:
host: The host to send requests to.
auth_function: A function that takes no arguments and returns an
(email, password) tuple when called. Will be called if authentication
is required.
host_override: The host header to send to the server (defaults to host).
extra_headers: A dict of extra headers to append to every request.
save_cookies: If True, save the authentication cookies to local disk.
If False, use an in-memory cookiejar instead. Subclasses must
implement this functionality. Defaults to False.
"""
self.host = host
self.host_override = host_override
self.auth_function = auth_function
self.authenticated = False
self.extra_headers = extra_headers
self.save_cookies = save_cookies
self.opener = self._GetOpener()
if self.host_override:
logging.info("Server: %s; Host: %s", self.host, self.host_override)
else:
logging.info("Server: %s", self.host)
def _GetOpener(self):
"""Returns an OpenerDirector for making HTTP requests.
Returns:
A urllib2.OpenerDirector object.
"""
raise NotImplementedError()
def _CreateRequest(self, url, data=None):
"""Creates a new urllib request."""
logging.debug("Creating request for: '%s' with payload:\n%s", url, data)
req = urllib2.Request(url, data=data)
if self.host_override:
req.add_header("Host", self.host_override)
for key, value in self.extra_headers.iteritems():
req.add_header(key, value)
return req
def _GetAuthToken(self, email, password):
"""Uses ClientLogin to authenticate the user, returning an auth token.
Args:
email: The user's email address
password: The user's password
Raises:
ClientLoginError: If there was an error authenticating with ClientLogin.
HTTPError: If there was some other form of HTTP error.
Returns:
The authentication token returned by ClientLogin.
"""
account_type = "GOOGLE"
if self.host.endswith(".google.com") and not force_google_account:
# Needed for use inside Google.
account_type = "HOSTED"
req = self._CreateRequest(
url="https://www.google.com/accounts/ClientLogin",
data=urllib.