Test gbp.git.GitRepository

This testcase creates several repositores:

  • A repository at dirs['repo'] called repo
  • A bare repository at dirs['bare'] called bare
  • A clone of repo below dirs['clone'] called clone
  • A mirror of repo below mirror_dirs['clone'] called mirror
Function setup_module Undocumented
Function teardown_module Undocumented
Function test_create Create a repository
Function test_empty Empty repos have no branch
Function test_subdir No summary
Function test_add_files Add some dummy data
Function test_rename_file Methods tested: - gbp.git.GitRepository.rename_file
Function test_branch_master First branch is called master
Function test_clean Remove untracked files from the working tree
Function test_create_branch Create a branch name foo
Function test_delete_branch Create a branch named foo2 and delete it
Function test_set_branch Switch to branch named foo
Function test_rename_branch Create branch named baz, rename it to bax and finally delete it
Function test_set_upstream_branch Set upstream branch master -> origin/master
Function test_get_upstream_branch Get info about upstream branches set in test_set_upstream_branch
Function test_tag Create a tag named tag and check its existance
Function test_describe Describe commit-ish
Function test_find_tag Find tags
Function test_find_branch_tag Find the closest tags on a certain branch to a given commit
Function test_move_tag Move a tag
Function test_delete_tag Delete tags
Function test_get_obj_type Find commit SHA1 related to tags
Function test_list_files List files in the index
Function test_get_commits Test listing commits
Function test_get_commit_info Test inspecting commits
Function test_diff Test git-diff
Function test_diff_status Methods tested: - gbp.git.GitRepository.diff_status
Function test_mirror_clone Mirror a repository
Function test_clone Clone a repository
Function test_get_remotes Check remotes
Function test_merge Merge a branch
Function test_pull Pull from a remote repository
Function test_fetch Fetch from a remote repository
Function test_create_bare Create a bare repository
Function test_nonexistent Check that accessing a non-existent repository fails.
Function test_create_noperm Check that creating a repository at a path that isn't writeable fails
Function test_checkout Checkout treeishs
Function test_gc Test garbage collection
Function test_grep_log Test grepping through commit messages
Function test_is_ff Test if branch is fast forwardable
Function test_update_ref Test updating a reference
Function test_make_tree Test git-mk-tree
Function test_update_submodules Updating submodules if we don't have any is a noop
Function test_get_merge_base Find the common ancestor of two objects
Function test_status Methods tested: - gbp.git.GitRepository.status
Function test_cmd_has_feature Methods tested: - gbp.git.GitRepository._cmd_has_feature
Function test_set_user_name_and_email Methods tested: - gbp.git.GitRepository.set_user_name - gbp.git.GitRepository.set_user_email
Function test_set_config_and_get_config Methods tested: - gbp.git.GitRepository.set_config - gbp.git.GitRepository.get_config
Function test_git_dir No summary
def setup_module():
Undocumented
def teardown_module():
Undocumented
def test_create():

Create a repository

Methods tested:

Properties tested:

>>> import os, gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository.create(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.path == dirs['repo']
True
>>> repo.git_dir == os.path.join(dirs['repo'], '.git')
True
>>> type(repo) == gbp.git.GitRepository
True
def test_empty():

Empty repos have no branch

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.get_branch()
>>> repo.branch
>>> repo.is_empty()
True
def test_subdir():

Make surewe can init repos from a subdir >>> import gbp.git, os >>> os.mkdir(os.path.join(dirs['repo'], 'subdir')) >>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(os.path.join(dirs['repo'], 'subdir'), toplevel=False) >>> repo.path == dirs['repo'] True >>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(os.path.join(dirs['repo'], 'subdir'), toplevel=True) # doctest:+ELLIPSIS Traceback (most recent call last): ... gbp.git.repository.GitRepositoryError: Not the toplevel of a Git repository at ...

def test_add_files():

Add some dummy data

Methods tested:

Properties tested:

>>> import gbp.git, shutil, os
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> ret = shutil.copy(os.path.join(repo.path, ".git/HEAD"),
...                                os.path.join(repo.path, "testfile"))
>>> repo.is_clean()[0]
False
>>> repo.is_clean('doesnotexist')[0]
True
>>> repo.is_clean(paths='testfile')[0]
False
>>> repo.is_clean(paths=['doesnotexist', 'testfile'])[0]
False
>>> repo.is_clean(ignore_untracked=True)[0]
True
>>> repo.add_files(repo.path, force=True)
>>> repo.commit_all(msg="foo")
>>> repo.is_clean()[0]
True
>>> h = repo.head
>>> len(h)
40
def test_rename_file():

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.rename_file("testfile", "testfile2")
>>> repo.rename_file("testfile2", "testfile")
>>> repo.rename_file("doesnotexit", "testfile2")
Traceback (most recent call last):
...
gbp.errors.GbpError: Failed to move 'doesnotexit' to 'testfile2': fatal: bad source, source=doesnotexit, destination=testfile2
def test_branch_master():

First branch is called master

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git, shutil
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.get_branch()
'master'
>>> repo.branch
'master'
def test_clean():

Remove untracked files from the working tree

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git, shutil, os
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> ret = shutil.copy(os.path.join(repo.path, ".git/HEAD"),
...                                os.path.join(repo.path, "testclean"))
>>> repo.clean(dry_run=True)
>>> repo.is_clean()[0]
False
>>> repo.clean(directories=True, force=True)
>>> repo.is_clean()[0]
True
def test_create_branch():

Create a branch name foo

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git, shutil
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.create_branch("foo")
>>> repo.branch_contains("foo", 'HEAD')
True
>>> repo.branch_contains("doesnotexist", 'HEAD', remote=True)
False
def test_delete_branch():

Create a branch named foo2 and delete it

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git, shutil
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.create_branch("bar")
>>> repo.delete_branch("bar")
>>> repo.delete_branch("master")
Traceback (most recent call last):
...
gbp.git.repository.GitRepositoryError: Can't delete the branch you're on
def test_set_branch():

Switch to branch named foo

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.set_branch("foo")
>>> repo.get_branch() == "foo"
True
>>> repo.branch == "foo"
True
def test_rename_branch():

Create branch named baz, rename it to bax and finally delete it

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.create_branch("baz")
>>> repo.rename_branch("baz", "bax")
>>> repo.delete_branch("bax")
def test_set_upstream_branch():

Set upstream branch master -> origin/master

>>> import os, shutil
>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> os.makedirs(os.path.join(repo.git_dir, 'refs/remotes/origin'))
>>> ret = shutil.copy(os.path.join(repo.git_dir, 'refs/heads/master'),                     os.path.join(repo.git_dir, 'refs/remotes/origin/'))
>>> repo.add_remote_repo('origin', 'git://git.example.com/git/origin')
>>> repo.set_upstream_branch('master', 'origin/master')
>>> repo.get_upstream_branch('master')
'origin/master'
>>> repo.set_upstream_branch('bla', 'origin/master')
Traceback (most recent call last):
gbp.git.repository.GitRepositoryError: Branch bla doesn't exist!
>>> repo.set_upstream_branch('foo', 'origin/bla')
Traceback (most recent call last):
gbp.git.repository.GitRepositoryError: Branch origin/bla doesn't exist!
def test_get_upstream_branch():

Get info about upstream branches set in test_set_upstream_branch

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.get_upstream_branch('master')
'origin/master'
>>> repo.get_upstream_branch('foo')
''
>>> repo.get_upstream_branch('bla')
Traceback (most recent call last):
gbp.git.repository.GitRepositoryError: Branch bla doesn't exist!
def test_tag():

Create a tag named tag and check its existance

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.create_tag("tag")
>>> repo.has_tag("tag")
True
>>> repo.has_tag("unknown")
False
>>> repo.create_tag("tag2", msg="foo")
>>> repo.has_tag("tag2")
True
>>> repo.verify_tag("tag2")
False
>>> repo.get_tags()
['tag', 'tag2']
>>> repo.tags
['tag', 'tag2']
def test_describe():

Describe commit-ish

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> sha = repo.rev_parse('HEAD')
>>> repo.describe('HEAD')
'tag2'
>>> repo.describe('HEAD', longfmt=True) == 'tag2-0-g%s' % sha[:7]
True
>>> repo.describe('HEAD', pattern='foo*')
Traceback (most recent call last):
...
gbp.git.repository.GitRepositoryError: Can't describe HEAD. Git error: fatal: No names found, cannot describe anything.
>>> repo.describe('HEAD', pattern='foo*', always=True) == sha[:7]
True
>>> repo.describe('HEAD', always=True, abbrev=16)
'tag2'
>>> repo.describe('HEAD', pattern='foo*', always=True, abbrev=16) == sha[:16]
True
>>> tag = repo.describe('HEAD', longfmt=True, abbrev=16) == 'tag2-0-g%s' % sha[:16]
>>> repo.delete_tag('tag2')
>>> repo.describe('HEAD', tags=True)
'tag'
>>> repo.describe('HEAD', tags=True, exact_match=True)
'tag'
>>> repo.create_tag('tag2', msg='foo')
def test_find_tag():

Find tags

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.find_tag('HEAD')
'tag2'
>>> repo.find_tag('HEAD', pattern='foo*')
Traceback (most recent call last):
...
gbp.git.repository.GitRepositoryError: Can't describe HEAD. Git error: fatal: No names found, cannot describe anything.
def test_find_branch_tag():

Find the closest tags on a certain branch to a given commit

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.find_branch_tag('HEAD', 'master', 'tag*')
'tag2'
>>> repo.find_branch_tag('HEAD', 'master', 'v*')   # doctest:+ELLIPSIS
Traceback (most recent call last):
...
gbp.git.repository.GitRepositoryError: Can't describe .... Git error: fatal: No names found, cannot describe anything.
def test_move_tag():

Move a tag

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.move_tag("tag", "moved")
>>> repo.has_tag("tag")
False
>>> repo.has_tag("moved")
True
def test_delete_tag():

Delete tags

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.has_tag("moved")
True
>>> repo.delete_tag("moved")
>>> repo.has_tag("moved")
False
def test_get_obj_type():

Find commit SHA1 related to tags

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.create_tag("tag3", "tag msg")
>>> repo.get_obj_type("tag3")
'tag'
>>> repo.get_obj_type("HEAD")
'commit'
>>> repo.get_obj_type("HEAD:testfile")
'blob'
>>> repo.delete_tag("tag3")
def test_list_files():

List files in the index

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git, os, shutil
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> src = os.path.join(repo.path, ".git/HEAD")
>>> dst = os.path.join(repo.path, "testfile")
>>> repo.list_files()
[b'testfile']
>>> repo.list_files(['modified'])
[]
>>> repo.list_files(['modified', 'deleted'])
[]
>>> repo.list_files(['modified', 'deleted', 'cached'])
[b'testfile']
>>> ret = shutil.copy(src, dst)
>>> repo.list_files(['modified'])
[b'testfile']
>>> repo.add_files(dst)
>>> repo.commit_staged(msg="foo")
>>> repo.list_files(['modified'])
[]
>>> repo.list_files(['foo'])
Traceback (most recent call last):
...
gbp.git.repository.GitRepositoryError: Unknown type 'foo'
>>> repo.force_head('HEAD^', hard=True)
>>> repo.list_files(['modified'])
[]
>>> ret = shutil.copy(src, dst)
>>> repo.list_files(['modified'])
[b'testfile']
>>> repo.commit_files(dst, msg="foo")
>>> repo.list_files(['modified'])
[]
def test_get_commits():

Test listing commits

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> commits = repo.get_commits()
>>> type(commits) == list and len(commits) == 2
True
>>> len(repo.get_commits(num=1)) == 1
True
>>> commits2 = repo.get_commits(since='HEAD~1')
>>> len(commits2) == 1
True
>>> commits2[0] == commits[0]
True
>>> commits2 = repo.get_commits(until='HEAD~1')
>>> len(commits2) == 1
True
>>> commits2[0] == commits[-1]
True
>>> repo.get_commits(paths=['foo', 'bar'])
[]
>>> repo.get_commits(paths=['testfile']) == commits
True
def test_get_commit_info():

Test inspecting commits

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> from datetime import datetime
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> info = repo.get_commit_info('HEAD')
>>> info['id']
'HEAD'
>>> info['body']
''
>>> info['subject']
'foo'
>>> '@' in info['author'].email
True
>>> '@' in info['committer'].email
True
>>> now = datetime.now()
>>> (now - datetime.fromtimestamp(int(info['author'].date.split()[0]))).seconds < 10
True
>>> (now - datetime.fromtimestamp(int(info['committer'].date.split()[0]))).seconds < 10
True
>>> info['patchname']
'foo'
>>> info['files']                               # doctest:+ELLIPSIS
defaultdict(<class 'list'>, {'M': [b'testfile']})
>>> repo.get_subject('HEAD')
'foo'
def test_diff():

Test git-diff

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> len(repo.diff('HEAD~1', 'HEAD')) > 3
True
>>> len(repo.diff('HEAD~1', 'HEAD', 'testfile')) > 3
True
>>> len(repo.diff('HEAD~1', 'HEAD', 'testfile', text=True)) > 3
True
>>> len(repo.diff('HEAD~1', 'HEAD', 'filenotexist')) == 0
True
>>> repo.diff('HEAD~1', 'HEAD') == repo.diff('HEAD~1')
True
def test_diff_status():

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.diff_status("HEAD", "HEAD")
defaultdict(<class 'list'>, {})
>>> repo.diff_status("HEAD~1", "HEAD")
defaultdict(<class 'list'>, {'M': [b'testfile']})
def test_mirror_clone():

Mirror a repository

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.set_branch('master')
>>> repo.branch
'master'
>>> mirror = gbp.git.GitRepository.clone(dirs['mirror_clone'], repo.path, mirror=True)
>>> mirror.is_empty()
False
>>> mirror.branch
'master'
>>> mirror.has_branch('foo')
True
>>> mirror.has_branch('bar')
False
>>> mirror.set_branch('foo')
>>> mirror.branch
'foo'
>>> mirror.force_head('foo^')
def test_clone():

Clone a repository

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.set_branch('master')
>>> clone = gbp.git.GitRepository.clone(dirs['clone'], repo.path)
>>> clone.is_empty()
False
>>> clone.branch
'master'
>>> clone.get_remote_branches()
['origin/HEAD', 'origin/foo', 'origin/master']
>>> clone.get_local_branches()
['master']
>>> clone.get_merge_branch('master')
'origin/master'
>>> clone.create_branch('foo', 'origin/foo')
>>> clone.get_merge_branch('foo')
'origin/foo'
>>> clone.create_branch('bar')
>>> clone.get_merge_branch('bar') # None if no merge branch exists
>>> clone.get_local_branches()
['bar', 'foo', 'master']
>>> clone.get_remote_repos()
['origin']
>>> clone.has_remote_repo('origin')
True
>>> clone.has_branch('origin/master', remote=True)
True
>>> clone.has_remote_repo('godiug')
False
def test_get_remotes():

Check remotes

Methods tested:

>>> import os
>>> import gbp.git.repository
>>> repo = gbp.git.repository.GitRepository(os.path.join(dirs['clone'], 'repo'))
>>> remotes = repo.get_remotes()
>>> len(remotes)
1
>>> origin = remotes['origin']
>>> origin.name
'origin'
>>> origin.fetch_url == dirs['repo']
True
>>> origin.push_urls == [dirs['repo']]
True
def test_merge():

Merge a branch

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.set_branch('master')
>>> repo.merge('foo')
>>> repo.is_in_merge()
False
def test_pull():

Pull from a remote repository

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git, os
>>> d = os.path.join(dirs['clone'], 'repo')
>>> clone = gbp.git.GitRepository(d)
>>> clone.set_branch('master')
>>> clone.pull()
>>> clone.pull(all_remotes=True)
>>> clone.pull('origin', all_remotes=True)
def test_fetch():

Fetch from a remote repository

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git, os
>>> d = os.path.join(dirs['clone'], 'repo')
>>> clone = gbp.git.GitRepository(d)
>>> clone.fetch()
>>> clone.push()
>>> clone.push('origin', dry_run=True)
>>> clone.push('origin')
>>> clone.push('origin', 'master')
>>> clone.push('origin', 'master', force=True)
>>> clone.create_tag('tag3')
>>> clone.push_tag('origin', 'tag3', True)
>>> clone.push_tag('origin', 'tag3')
>>> clone.create_tag('tag4')
>>> clone.push('origin', 'master', tags=True)
>>> clone.add_remote_repo('foo', dirs['repo'])
>>> clone.fetch('foo')
>>> clone.fetch('foo', tags=True)
>>> clone.fetch('foo', refspec='refs/heads/master')
>>> clone.fetch(all_remotes=True)
>>> clone.remove_remote_repo('foo')
def test_create_bare():

Create a bare repository

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> bare = gbp.git.GitRepository.create(dirs['bare'], bare=True, description="msg")
>>> bare.path == dirs['bare']
True
>>> bare.git_dir == dirs['bare']
True
>>> type(bare) == gbp.git.GitRepository
True
>>> bare.is_empty()
True
>>> bare.is_clean()
(True, '')
def test_nonexistent():

Check that accessing a non-existent repository fails.

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> bare = gbp.git.GitRepository("/does/not/exist")
Traceback (most recent call last):
...
gbp.git.repository.GitRepositoryError: No Git repository at '/does/not/exist'
def test_create_noperm():

Check that creating a repository at a path that isn't writeable fails

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> gbp.git.GitRepository.create("/does/not/exist")
Traceback (most recent call last):
...
gbp.git.repository.GitRepositoryError: Cannot create Git repository at '/does/not/exist': [Errno 13] Permission denied: '/does'
def test_checkout():

Checkout treeishs

Methods tested:

Properties tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.checkout('master')
>>> repo.branch
'master'
>>> repo.rev_parse('doesnotexist')
Traceback (most recent call last):
...
gbp.git.repository.GitRepositoryError: revision 'doesnotexist' not found
>>> sha1 = repo.rev_parse('master', short=10)
>>> len(sha1)
10
>>> sha1 = repo.rev_parse('master')
>>> len(sha1)
40
>>> repo.checkout(sha1)
>>> repo.branch
>>> repo.get_branch()
Traceback (most recent call last):
...
gbp.git.repository.GitRepositoryError: Currently not on a branch
>>> tag = repo.tags[0]
>>> repo.checkout(tag)
>>> repo.branch
def test_gc():

Test garbage collection

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.collect_garbage()
>>> repo.collect_garbage(prune=True)
>>> repo.collect_garbage(prune='all', aggressive=True)
def test_grep_log():

Test grepping through commit messages

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.set_branch('master')
>>> len(repo.grep_log('foo')) == 2
True
>>> len(repo.grep_log('foo', 'master')) == 2
True
>>> repo.grep_log('blafasel')
[]
>>> repo.grep_log('foo', 'doesnotexist')
Traceback (most recent call last):
...
gbp.git.repository.GitRepositoryError: Error grepping log for foo: fatal: bad revision 'doesnotexist'
def test_is_ff():

Test if branch is fast forwardable

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.is_fast_forward('master', 'foo')
(True, True)
>>> repo.create_branch('ff', 'HEAD^')
>>> repo.is_fast_forward('ff', 'master')
(True, False)
>>> repo.is_fast_forward('master', 'ff')
(False, True)
def test_update_ref():

Test updating a reference

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git, os
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.update_ref('new_ref', 'master', msg='update')
>>> os.path.exists(os.path.join(repo.git_dir, 'new_ref'))
True
def test_make_tree():

Test git-mk-tree

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> sha1 = repo.write_file('testfile')
>>> sha1
'19af7398c894bc5e86e17259317e4db519e9241f'
>>> head = repo.list_tree('HEAD')
>>> head
[['100644', 'blob', '19af7398c894bc5e86e17259317e4db519e9241f', b'testfile']]
>>> head.append(['100644', 'blob', '19af7398c894bc5e86e17259317e4db519e9241f', 'testfile2'])
>>> newtree = repo.make_tree(head)
>>> newtree
'745951810c9e22fcc6de9b23f05efd6ab5512123'
>>> repo.list_tree(newtree, recurse=False, paths='testfile')
[['100644', 'blob', '19af7398c894bc5e86e17259317e4db519e9241f', b'testfile']]
>>> repo.make_tree([])
'4b825dc642cb6eb9a060e54bf8d69288fbee4904'
def test_update_submodules():

Updating submodules if we don't have any is a noop

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.has_submodules()
False
>>> repo.update_submodules()
def test_get_merge_base():

Find the common ancestor of two objects

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> sha1 = repo.get_merge_base('master', 'foo')
>>> len(sha1)
40
>>> repo.get_merge_base('master', 'doesnotexist')
Traceback (most recent call last):
...
gbp.git.repository.GitRepositoryError: Failed to get common ancestor: fatal: Not a valid object name doesnotexist
def test_status():

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git, os, shutil
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> fname = os.path.join(repo.path, "test_status")
>>> ret = shutil.copy(os.path.join(repo.path, ".git/HEAD"), fname)
>>> list(repo.status().items())
[('??', [b'test_status'])]
>>> list(repo.status(['bla*']).items())
[]
>>> list(repo.status(['te*']).items())
[('??', [b'test_status'])]
>>> repo.add_files(repo.path, force=True)
>>> repo.commit_all(msg='added %s' % fname)
>>> _ = repo._git_inout('mv', [fname, fname + 'new'])
>>> list(repo.status().items())
[('R ', [b'test_status\x00test_statusnew'])]
def test_cmd_has_feature():

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo._cmd_has_feature("commit", "a")
True
>>> repo._cmd_has_feature("commit", "reuse-message")
True
>>> repo._cmd_has_feature("merge", "n")
True
>>> repo._cmd_has_feature("merge", "stat")
True
>>> repo._cmd_has_feature("format-patch", "cc")
True
>>> repo._cmd_has_feature("merge", "foobaroption")
False
>>> repo._cmd_has_feature("foobarcmd", "foobaroption")
Traceback (most recent call last):
...
gbp.git.repository.GitRepositoryError: Invalid git command 'foobarcmd': No manual entry for gitfoobarcmd
>>> repo._cmd_has_feature("show", "standard-notes")
True
>>> repo._cmd_has_feature("show", "no-standard-notes")
True
def test_set_user_name_and_email():

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.set_user_name("Michael Stapelberg")
>>> repo.set_user_email("stapelberg@test.invalid")
def test_set_config_and_get_config():

Methods tested:

>>> import gbp.git
>>> repo = gbp.git.GitRepository(dirs['repo'])
>>> repo.set_config("user.email", "foo@example.com")
>>> repo.get_config("user.email")
'foo@example.com'
def test_git_dir():

Properties tested:

>>> import os, gbp.git
>>> git_dir = os.path.join(dirs['repo'], '.git')
>>> os.environ['GIT_DIR'] = git_dir
>>> somewhere = gbp.git.GitRepository(os.path.join(dirs['repo'], '..'))
>>> somewhere.git_dir == git_dir
True
>>> del os.environ['GIT_DIR']
API Documentation for git-buildpackage, generated by pydoctor at 2018-08-19 08:52:02.