author Dan Minor <>
Wed, 06 Mar 2019 15:41:35 +0000
changeset 462651 cc9a46d41684c0a60f3820ea9b8d3647df9f8767
parent 459984 ef3a903f83998034acb43924a423bf4d370ac382
child 466204 6bfe0c0b681f079f1e769651af3db8a8d0183a3f
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1519535 - Check that deviceNumber is valid in GetDeviceName; r=jib Differential Revision:

# vim: set ts=8 sts=4 et sw=4 tw=99:
# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
# file, You can obtain one at

# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# This script checks various aspects of SpiderMonkey code style.  The current checks are as
# follows.
# We check the following things in headers.
# - No cyclic dependencies.
# - No normal header should #include a inlines.h/-inl.h file.
# - #ifndef wrappers should have the right form. (XXX: not yet implemented)
#   - Every header file should have one.
#   - The guard name used should be appropriate for the filename.
# We check the following things in all files.
# - #includes should have full paths, e.g. "jit/Ion.h", not "Ion.h".
# - #includes should use the appropriate form for system headers (<...>) and
#   local headers ("...").
# - #includes should be ordered correctly.
#   - Each one should be in the correct section.
#   - Alphabetical order should be used within sections.
#   - Sections should be in the right order.
#   Note that the presence of #if/#endif blocks complicates things, to the
#   point that it's not always clear where a conditionally-compiled #include
#   statement should go, even to a human.  Therefore, we check the #include
#   statements within each #if/#endif block (including nested ones) in
#   isolation, but don't try to do any order checking between such blocks.
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

from __future__ import print_function

import difflib
import os
import re
import sys

# We don't bother checking files in these directories, because they're (a) auxiliary or (b)
# imported code that doesn't follow our coding style.
ignored_js_src_dirs = [
    'js/src/config/',            # auxiliary stuff
    'js/src/ctypes/libffi/',     # imported code
    'js/src/devtools/',          # auxiliary stuff
    'js/src/editline/',          # imported code
    'js/src/gdb/',               # auxiliary stuff
    'js/src/vtune/'              # imported code

# We ignore #includes of these files, because they don't follow the usual rules.
included_inclnames_to_ignore = set([
    'ffi.h',                    # generated in ctypes/libffi/
    'devtools/Instruments.h',   # we ignore devtools/ in general
    'double-conversion/double-conversion.h',  # strange MFBT case
    'javascript-trace.h',       # generated in $OBJDIR if HAVE_DTRACE is defined
    'frontend/ReservedWordsGenerated.h',  # generated in $OBJDIR
    'gc/StatsPhasesGenerated.h',         # generated in $OBJDIR
    'gc/StatsPhasesGenerated.cpp',       # generated in $OBJDIR
    'jit/LOpcodes.h',           # generated in $OBJDIR
    'jit/MOpcodes.h',           # generated in $OBJDIR
    'jscustomallocator.h',      # provided by embedders;  allowed to be missing
    'js-config.h',              # generated in $OBJDIR
    'fdlibm.h',                 # fdlibm
    'FuzzerDefs.h',             # included without a path
    'FuzzingInterface.h',       # included without a path
    'mozmemory.h',              # included without a path
    'pratom.h',                 # NSPR
    'prcvar.h',                 # NSPR
    'prerror.h',                # NSPR
    'prinit.h',                 # NSPR
    'prio.h',                   # NSPR
    'private/pprio.h',          # NSPR
    'prlink.h',                 # NSPR
    'prlock.h',                 # NSPR
    'prprf.h',                  # NSPR
    'prthread.h',               # NSPR
    'prtypes.h',                # NSPR
    'selfhosted.out.h',         # generated in $OBJDIR
    'shellmoduleloader.out.h',  # generated in $OBJDIR
    'unicode/basictz.h',        # ICU
    'unicode/locid.h',          # ICU
    'unicode/plurrule.h',       # ICU
    'unicode/timezone.h',       # ICU
    'unicode/ucal.h',           # ICU
    'unicode/uchar.h',          # ICU
    'unicode/uclean.h',         # ICU
    'unicode/ucol.h',           # ICU
    'unicode/udat.h',           # ICU
    'unicode/udatpg.h',         # ICU
    'unicode/udisplaycontext.h',  # ICU
    'unicode/uenum.h',          # ICU
    'unicode/uloc.h',           # ICU
    'unicode/unistr.h',         # ICU
    'unicode/unorm2.h',         # ICU
    'unicode/unum.h',           # ICU
    'unicode/unumsys.h',        # ICU
    'unicode/upluralrules.h',   # ICU
    'unicode/ureldatefmt.h',    # ICU
    'unicode/ustring.h',        # ICU
    'unicode/utypes.h',         # ICU
    'unicode/uversion.h',       # ICU
    'vtune/VTuneWrapper.h'      # VTune

# These files have additional constraints on where they are #included, so we
# ignore #includes of them when checking #include ordering.
oddly_ordered_inclnames = set([
    'ctypes/typedefs.h',        # Included multiple times in the body of ctypes/CTypes.h
    # Included in the body of frontend/TokenStream.h
    'gc/StatsPhasesGenerated.h',         # Included in the body of gc/Statistics.h
    'gc/StatsPhasesGenerated.cpp',       # Included in the body of gc/Statistics.cpp
    'psapi.h',                  # Must be included after "util/Windows.h" on Windows
    'machine/endian.h',         # Must be included after <sys/types.h> on BSD
    'winbase.h',                # Must precede other system headers(?)
    'windef.h'                  # Must precede other system headers(?)

# The files in tests/style/ contain code that fails this checking in various
# ways.  Here is the output we expect.  If the actual output differs from
# this, one of the following must have happened.
# - New SpiderMonkey code violates one of the checked rules.
# - The tests/style/ files have changed without expected_output being changed
#   accordingly.
# - This script has been broken somehow.
expected_output = '''\
js/src/tests/style/BadIncludes.h:3: error:
    the file includes itself

js/src/tests/style/BadIncludes.h:6: error:
    "BadIncludes2.h" is included using the wrong path;
    did you forget a prefix, or is the file not yet committed?

js/src/tests/style/BadIncludes.h:8: error:
    <tests/style/BadIncludes2.h> should be included using
    the #include "..." form

js/src/tests/style/BadIncludes.h:10: error:
    "stdio.h" is included using the wrong path;
    did you forget a prefix, or is the file not yet committed?

js/src/tests/style/BadIncludes2.h:1: error:
    vanilla header includes an inline-header file "tests/style/BadIncludes2-inl.h"

js/src/tests/style/BadIncludesOrder-inl.h:5:6: error:
    "vm/JSScript-inl.h" should be included after "vm/Interpreter-inl.h"

js/src/tests/style/BadIncludesOrder-inl.h:6:7: error:
    "vm/Interpreter-inl.h" should be included after "js/Value.h"

js/src/tests/style/BadIncludesOrder-inl.h:7:8: error:
    "js/Value.h" should be included after "ds/LifoAlloc.h"

js/src/tests/style/BadIncludesOrder-inl.h:8:9: error:
    "ds/LifoAlloc.h" should be included after "jsapi.h"

js/src/tests/style/BadIncludesOrder-inl.h:9:10: error:
    "jsapi.h" should be included after <stdio.h>

js/src/tests/style/BadIncludesOrder-inl.h:10:11: error:
    <stdio.h> should be included after "mozilla/HashFunctions.h"

js/src/tests/style/BadIncludesOrder-inl.h:28:29: error:
    "vm/JSScript.h" should be included after "vm/JSFunction.h"

(multiple files): error:
    header files form one or more cycles

   -> tests/style/HeaderCycleA2.h
      -> tests/style/HeaderCycleA3.h
         -> tests/style/HeaderCycleA1.h

   -> tests/style/HeaderCycleB2-inl.h
      -> tests/style/HeaderCycleB3-inl.h
         -> tests/style/HeaderCycleB4-inl.h
            -> tests/style/HeaderCycleB1-inl.h
            -> tests/style/jsheadercycleB5inlines.h
               -> tests/style/HeaderCycleB1-inl.h
      -> tests/style/HeaderCycleB4-inl.h


actual_output = []

def out(*lines):
    for line in lines:
        actual_output.append(line + '\n')

def error(filename, linenum, *lines):
    location = filename
    if linenum is not None:
        location += ':' + str(linenum)
    out(location + ': error:')
    for line in (lines):
        out('    ' + line)

class FileKind(object):
    C = 1
    CPP = 2
    INL_H = 3
    H = 4
    TBL = 5
    MSG = 6

    def get(filename):
        if filename.endswith('.c'):
            return FileKind.C

        if filename.endswith('.cpp'):
            return FileKind.CPP

        if filename.endswith(('inlines.h', '-inl.h')):
            return FileKind.INL_H

        if filename.endswith('.h'):
            return FileKind.H

        if filename.endswith('.tbl'):
            return FileKind.TBL

        if filename.endswith('.msg'):
            return FileKind.MSG

        error(filename, None, 'unknown file kind')

def check_style(enable_fixup):
    # We deal with two kinds of name.
    # - A "filename" is a full path to a file from the repository root.
    # - An "inclname" is how a file is referred to in a #include statement.
    # Examples (filename -> inclname)
    # - "mfbt/Attributes.h"         -> "mozilla/Attributes.h"
    # - "mfbt/decimal/Decimal.h     -> "mozilla/Decimal.h"
    # - "mozglue/misc/TimeStamp.h   -> "mozilla/TimeStamp.h"
    # - "memory/mozalloc/mozalloc.h -> "mozilla/mozalloc.h"
    # - "js/public/Vector.h"        -> "js/Vector.h"
    # - "js/src/vm/String.h"        -> "vm/String.h"

    non_js_dirnames = ('mfbt/',
                       'mozglue/')  # type: tuple(str)
    non_js_inclnames = set()        # type: set(inclname)
    js_names = dict()               # type: dict(filename, inclname)

    # Process files in js/src.
    js_src_root = os.path.join('js', 'src')
    for dirpath, dirnames, filenames in os.walk(js_src_root):
        if dirpath == js_src_root:
            # Skip any subdirectories that contain a config.status file
            # (likely objdirs).
            builddirs = []
            for dirname in dirnames:
                path = os.path.join(dirpath, dirname, 'config.status')
                if os.path.isfile(path):
            for dirname in builddirs:
        for filename in filenames:
            filepath = os.path.join(dirpath, filename).replace('\\', '/')
            if not filepath.startswith(tuple(ignored_js_src_dirs)) and \
               filepath.endswith(('.c', '.cpp', '.h', '.tbl', '.msg')):
                inclname = filepath[len('js/src/'):]
                js_names[filepath] = inclname

    # Look for header files in directories in non_js_dirnames.
    for non_js_dir in non_js_dirnames:
        for dirpath, dirnames, filenames in os.walk(non_js_dir):
            for filename in filenames:
                if filename.endswith('.h'):
                    inclname = 'mozilla/' + filename

    # Look for header files in js/public.
    js_public_root = os.path.join('js', 'public')
    for dirpath, dirnames, filenames in os.walk(js_public_root):
        for filename in filenames:
            if filename.endswith('.h'):
                filepath = os.path.join(dirpath, filename).replace('\\', '/')
                inclname = 'js/' + filepath[len('js/public/'):]
                js_names[filepath] = inclname

    all_inclnames = non_js_inclnames | set(js_names.values())

    edges = dict()      # type: dict(inclname, set(inclname))

    # We don't care what's inside the MFBT and MOZALLOC files, but because they
    # are #included from JS files we have to add them to the inclusion graph.
    for inclname in non_js_inclnames:
        edges[inclname] = set()

    # Process all the JS files.
    for filename in sorted(js_names.keys()):
        inclname = js_names[filename]
        file_kind = FileKind.get(filename)
        if file_kind == FileKind.C or file_kind == FileKind.CPP or \
           file_kind == FileKind.H or file_kind == FileKind.INL_H:
            included_h_inclnames = set()    # type: set(inclname)

            with open(filename) as f:
                code = read_file(f)

            if enable_fixup:
                code = code.sorted(inclname)
                with open(filename, 'w') as f:

            check_file(filename, inclname, file_kind, code,
                       all_inclnames, included_h_inclnames)

        edges[inclname] = included_h_inclnames

    find_cycles(all_inclnames, edges)

    # Compare expected and actual output.
    difflines = difflib.unified_diff(expected_output, actual_output,
                                     fromfile=' expected output',
                                     tofile=' actual output')
    ok = True
    for diffline in difflines:
        ok = False
        print(diffline, end='')

    return ok

def module_name(name):
    '''Strip the trailing .cpp, .h, inlines.h or -inl.h from a filename.'''

    return name.replace('inlines.h', '').replace('-inl.h', '').replace('.h', '').replace('.cpp', '')  # NOQA: E501

def is_module_header(enclosing_inclname, header_inclname):
    '''Determine if an included name is the "module header", i.e. should be
    first in the file.'''

    module = module_name(enclosing_inclname)

    # Normal case, e.g. module == "foo/Bar", header_inclname == "foo/Bar.h".
    if module == module_name(header_inclname):
        return True

    # A public header, e.g. module == "foo/Bar", header_inclname == "js/Bar.h".
    m = re.match(r'js\/(.*)\.h', header_inclname)
    if m is not None and module.endswith('/' +
        return True

    return False

class Include(object):
    '''Important information for a single #include statement.'''

    def __init__(self, include_prefix, inclname, line_suffix, linenum, is_system):
        self.include_prefix = include_prefix
        self.line_suffix = line_suffix
        self.inclname = inclname
        self.linenum = linenum
        self.is_system = is_system

    def is_style_relevant(self):
        # Includes are style-relevant; that is, they're checked by the pairwise
        # style-checking algorithm in check_file.
        return True

    def section(self, enclosing_inclname):
        '''Identify which section inclname belongs to.

        The section numbers are as follows.
          0. Module header (e.g. jsfoo.h or jsfooinlines.h within jsfoo.cpp)
          1. mozilla/Foo.h
          2. <foo.h> or <foo>
          3. jsfoo.h, prmjtime.h, etc
          4. foo/Bar.h
          5. jsfooinlines.h
          6. foo/Bar-inl.h
          7. non-.h, e.g. *.tbl, *.msg

        if self.is_system:
            return 2

        if not self.inclname.endswith('.h'):
            return 7

        # A couple of modules have the .h file in js/ and the .cpp file elsewhere and so need
        # special handling.
        if is_module_header(enclosing_inclname, self.inclname):
            return 0

        if '/' in self.inclname:
            if self.inclname.startswith('mozilla/'):
                return 1

            if self.inclname.endswith('-inl.h'):
                return 6

            return 4

        if self.inclname.endswith('inlines.h'):
            return 5

        return 3

    def quote(self):
        if self.is_system:
            return '<' + self.inclname + '>'
            return '"' + self.inclname + '"'

    def sort_key(self, enclosing_inclname):
        return (self.section(enclosing_inclname), self.inclname.lower())

    def to_source(self):
        return self.include_prefix + self.quote() + self.line_suffix + '\n'

class CppBlock(object):
    '''C preprocessor block: a whole file or a single #if/#elif/#else block.

    A #if/#endif block is the contents of a #if/#endif (or similar) section.
    The top-level block, which is not within a #if/#endif pair, is also
    considered a block.

    Each kid is either an Include (representing a #include), OrdinaryCode, or
    a nested CppBlock.'''

    def __init__(self, start_line=""):
        self.start = start_line
        self.end = '' = []

    def is_style_relevant(self):
        return True

    def append_ordinary_line(self, line):
        if len( == 0 or not isinstance([-1], OrdinaryCode):

    def style_relevant_kids(self):
        """ Return a list of kids in this block that are style-relevant. """
        return [kid for kid in if kid.is_style_relevant()]

    def sorted(self, enclosing_inclname):
        """Return a hopefully-sorted copy of this block. Implements --fixup.

        When in doubt, this leaves the code unchanged.

        def pretty_sorted_includes(includes):
            """ Return a new list containing the given includes, in order,
            with blank lines separating sections. """
            keys = [inc.sort_key(enclosing_inclname) for inc in includes]
            if sorted(keys) == keys:
                return includes  # if nothing is out of order, don't touch anything

            output = []
            current_section = None
            for (section, _), inc in sorted(zip(keys, includes)):
                if current_section is not None and section != current_section:
                    output.append(OrdinaryCode(["\n"]))  # blank line
                current_section = section
            return output

        def should_try_to_sort(includes):
            if 'tests/style/BadIncludes' in enclosing_inclname:
                return False  # don't straighten the counterexample
            if any(inc.inclname in oddly_ordered_inclnames for inc in includes):
                return False  # don't sort batches containing odd includes
            if includes == sorted(includes, key=lambda inc: inc.sort_key(enclosing_inclname)):
                return False  # it's already sorted, avoid whitespace-only fixups
            return True

        # The content of the eventual output of this method.
        output = []

        # The current batch of includes to sort. This list only ever contains Include objects
        # and whitespace OrdinaryCode objects.
        batch = []

        def flush_batch():
            """Sort the contents of `batch` and move it to `output`."""

            assert all(isinstance(item, Include)
                       or (isinstance(item, OrdinaryCode) and "".join(item.lines).isspace())
                       for item in batch)

            # Here we throw away the blank lines.
            # `pretty_sorted_includes` puts them back.
            includes = []
            last_include_index = -1
            for i, item in enumerate(batch):
                if isinstance(item, Include):
                    last_include_index = i
            cutoff = last_include_index + 1

            if should_try_to_sort(includes):
                    includes) + batch[cutoff:])
            del batch[:]

        for kid in
            if isinstance(kid, CppBlock):
            elif isinstance(kid, Include):
                assert isinstance(kid, OrdinaryCode)
                if kid.to_source().isspace():

        result = CppBlock()
        result.start = self.start
        result.end = self.end = output
        return result

    def to_source(self):
        return self.start + ''.join(kid.to_source() for kid in + self.end

class OrdinaryCode(object):
    ''' A list of lines of code that aren't #include/#if/#else/#endif lines. '''

    def __init__(self, lines=None):
        self.lines = lines if lines is not None else []

    def is_style_relevant(self):
        return False

    def to_source(self):
        return ''.join(self.lines)

# A "snippet" is one of:
# *   Include - representing an #include line
# *   CppBlock - a whole file or #if/#elif/#else block; contains a list of snippets
# *   OrdinaryCode - representing lines of non-#include-relevant code

def read_file(f):
    block_stack = [CppBlock()]

    # Extract the #include statements as a tree of snippets.
    for linenum, line in enumerate(f, start=1):
        if line.lstrip().startswith('#'):
            # Look for a |#include "..."| line.
            m = re.match(r'(\s*#\s*include\s+)"([^"]*)"(.*)', line)
            if m is not None:
                prefix, inclname, suffix = m.groups()
                                                    inclname, suffix, linenum, is_system=False))

            # Look for a |#include <...>| line.
            m = re.match(r'(\s*#\s*include\s+)<([^>]*)>(.*)', line)
            if m is not None:
                prefix, inclname, suffix = m.groups()
                                                    inclname, suffix, linenum, is_system=True))

            # Look for a |#{if,ifdef,ifndef}| line.
            m = re.match(r'\s*#\s*(if|ifdef|ifndef)\b', line)
            if m is not None:
                # Open a new block.
                new_block = CppBlock(line)

            # Look for a |#{elif,else}| line.
            m = re.match(r'\s*#\s*(elif|else)\b', line)
            if m is not None:
                # Close the current block, and open an adjacent one.
                new_block = CppBlock(line)

            # Look for a |#endif| line.
            m = re.match(r'\s*#\s*endif\b', line)
            if m is not None:
                # Close the current block.
                block_stack.pop().end = line
                if len(block_stack) == 0:
                    raise ValueError(
                        "#endif without #if at line " + str(linenum))

        # Otherwise, we have an ordinary line.

    if len(block_stack) > 1:
        raise ValueError("unmatched #if")
    return block_stack[-1]

def check_file(filename, inclname, file_kind, code, all_inclnames, included_h_inclnames):

    def check_include_statement(include):
        '''Check the style of a single #include statement.'''

        if include.is_system:
            # Check it is not a known local file (in which case it's probably a system header).
            if include.inclname in included_inclnames_to_ignore or \
               include.inclname in all_inclnames:
                error(filename, include.linenum,
                      include.quote() + ' should be included using',
                      'the #include "..." form')

            if include.inclname not in included_inclnames_to_ignore:
                included_kind = FileKind.get(include.inclname)

                # Check the #include path has the correct form.
                if include.inclname not in all_inclnames:
                    error(filename, include.linenum,
                          include.quote() + ' is included using the wrong path;',
                          'did you forget a prefix, or is the file not yet committed?')

                # Record inclusions of .h files for cycle detection later.
                # (Exclude .tbl and .msg files.)
                elif included_kind == FileKind.H or included_kind == FileKind.INL_H:

                # Check a H file doesn't #include an INL_H file.
                if file_kind == FileKind.H and included_kind == FileKind.INL_H:
                    error(filename, include.linenum,
                          'vanilla header includes an inline-header file ' + include.quote())

                # Check a file doesn't #include itself.  (We do this here because the cycle
                # detection below doesn't detect this case.)
                if inclname == include.inclname:
                    error(filename, include.linenum,
                          'the file includes itself')

    def check_includes_order(include1, include2):
        '''Check the ordering of two #include statements.'''

        if include1.inclname in oddly_ordered_inclnames or \
           include2.inclname in oddly_ordered_inclnames:

        section1 = include1.section(inclname)
        section2 = include2.section(inclname)
        if (section1 > section2) or \
           ((section1 == section2) and (include1.inclname.lower() > include2.inclname.lower())):
            error(filename, str(include1.linenum) + ':' + str(include2.linenum),
                  include1.quote() + ' should be included after ' + include2.quote())

    # Check the extracted #include statements, both individually, and the ordering of
    # adjacent pairs that live in the same block.
    def pair_traverse(prev, this):
        if isinstance(this, Include):
            if isinstance(prev, Include):
                check_includes_order(prev, this)
            kids = this.style_relevant_kids()
            for prev2, this2 in zip([None] + kids[0:-1], kids):
                pair_traverse(prev2, this2)

    pair_traverse(None, code)

def find_cycles(all_inclnames, edges):
    '''Find and draw any cycles.'''

    SCCs = tarjan(all_inclnames, edges)

    # The various sorted() calls below ensure the output is deterministic.

    def draw_SCC(c):
        cset = set(c)
        drawn = set()

        def draw(v, indent):
            out('   ' * indent + ('-> ' if indent else '   ') + v)
            if v in drawn:
            for succ in sorted(edges[v]):
                if succ in cset:
                    draw(succ, indent + 1)
        draw(sorted(c)[0], 0)

    have_drawn_an_SCC = False
    for scc in sorted(SCCs):
        if len(scc) != 1:
            if not have_drawn_an_SCC:
                error('(multiple files)', None,
                      'header files form one or more cycles')
                have_drawn_an_SCC = True


# Tarjan's algorithm for finding the strongly connected components (SCCs) of a graph.
def tarjan(V, E):
    vertex_index = {}
    vertex_lowlink = {}
    index = 0
    S = []
    all_SCCs = []

    def strongconnect(v, index):
        # Set the depth index for v to the smallest unused index
        vertex_index[v] = index
        vertex_lowlink[v] = index
        index += 1

        # Consider successors of v
        for w in E[v]:
            if w not in vertex_index:
                # Successor w has not yet been visited; recurse on it
                index = strongconnect(w, index)
                vertex_lowlink[v] = min(vertex_lowlink[v], vertex_lowlink[w])
            elif w in S:
                # Successor w is in stack S and hence in the current SCC
                vertex_lowlink[v] = min(vertex_lowlink[v], vertex_index[w])

        # If v is a root node, pop the stack and generate an SCC
        if vertex_lowlink[v] == vertex_index[v]:
            i = S.index(v)
            scc = S[i:]
            del S[i:]

        return index

    for v in V:
        if v not in vertex_index:
            index = strongconnect(v, index)

    return all_SCCs

def main():
    if sys.argv[1:] == ["--fixup"]:
        # Sort #include directives in-place.  Fixup mode doesn't solve
        # all possible silliness that the script checks for; it's just a
        # hack for the common case where renaming a header causes style
        # errors.
        fixup = True
    elif sys.argv[1:] == []:
        fixup = False
        print("TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | | unexpected command "
              "line options: " + repr(sys.argv[1:]))

    ok = check_style(fixup)

    if ok:
        print('TEST-PASS | | ok')
        print('TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | | ' +
              'actual output does not match expected output;  diff is above.')
        print('TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | | ' +
              'Hint: If the problem is that you renamed a header, and many #includes ' +
              'are no longer in alphabetical order, commit your work and then try ' +
              '` --fixup`. ' +
              'You need to commit first because --fixup modifies your files in place.')

    sys.exit(0 if ok else 1)

if __name__ == '__main__':