Bug 1377216 - Use configure-derived VCS info to find repository; r=glandium
authorGregory Szorc <gps@mozilla.com>
Tue, 18 Jul 2017 15:46:47 -0700
changeset 418770 fe76c2e3e5e69ba89c4440794bed8627defa609b
parent 418769 63aee8db6c85d42fe562f0434f85d16691482803
child 418771 e357672c1dd1b9723a55188d8be3bbecac7d7902
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Bug 1377216 - Use configure-derived VCS info to find repository; r=glandium For reasons I can't explain, Windows builds are failing intermittently because they are unable to locate the `hg` binary when running some SpiderMonkey test processes. These processes use mozversioncontrol.get_repository_from_env() to locate the current repository. We now store VCS info in configure. This makes it available to anything running in a build system context. This commit teaches mozversioncontrol.get_repository_from_env() to import the "buildconfig" module to locate VCS info. If the module can be imported, it is the sole source of VCS info. Otherwise, we fall back to the existing detection mechanisms. This should get rid of the intermittent failure. If it doesn't, it is still a step in the right direction because it will allow build system processes to consistently use a well-defined VCS binary. MozReview-Commit-ID: DMxXheJLRqH
--- a/python/mozversioncontrol/mozversioncontrol/__init__.py
+++ b/python/mozversioncontrol/mozversioncontrol/__init__.py
@@ -8,16 +8,19 @@ import os
 import re
 import subprocess
 import which
 from distutils.version import LooseVersion
 def get_tool_path(tool):
     """Obtain the path of `tool`."""
+    if os.path.isabs(tool) and os.path.exists(tool):
+        return tool
     # We use subprocess in places, which expects a Win32 executable or
     # batch script. On some versions of MozillaBuild, we have "hg.exe",
     # "hg.bat," and "hg" (a Python script). "which" will happily return the
     # Python script, which will cause subprocess to choke. Explicitly favor
     # the Windows version over the plain script.
         return which.which(tool + '.exe')
     except which.WhichError:
@@ -78,18 +81,18 @@ class Repository(object):
     def get_files_in_working_directory(self):
         """Obtain a list of managed files in the working directory."""
         raise NotImplementedError
 class HgRepository(Repository):
     '''An implementation of `Repository` for Mercurial repositories.'''
-    def __init__(self, path):
-        super(HgRepository, self).__init__(path, 'hg')
+    def __init__(self, path, hg='hg'):
+        super(HgRepository, self).__init__(path, tool=hg)
         self._env[b'HGPLAIN'] = b'1'
     def get_modified_files(self):
         # Use --no-status to print just the filename.
         return self._run('status', '--modified', '--no-status').splitlines()
     def get_added_files(self):
         # Use --no-status to print just the filename.
@@ -107,18 +110,18 @@ class HgRepository(Repository):
     def get_files_in_working_directory(self):
         # Can return backslashes on Windows. Normalize to forward slashes.
         return list(p.replace('\\', '/') for p in
                     self._run('files', '-0').split('\0'))
 class GitRepository(Repository):
     '''An implementation of `Repository` for Git repositories.'''
-    def __init__(self, path):
-        super(GitRepository, self).__init__(path, 'git')
+    def __init__(self, path, git='git'):
+        super(GitRepository, self).__init__(path, tool=git)
     def get_modified_files(self):
         return self._run('diff', '--diff-filter=M', '--name-only').splitlines()
     def get_added_files(self):
         return self._run('diff', '--diff-filter=A', '--name-only').splitlines()
     def add_remove_files(self, path):
@@ -143,25 +146,64 @@ def get_repository_object(path):
         return HgRepository(path)
     elif os.path.exists(os.path.join(path, '.git')):
         return GitRepository(path)
         raise InvalidRepoPath('Unknown VCS, or not a source checkout: %s' %
+class MissingVCSInfo(Exception):
+    """Represents a general failure to resolve a VCS interface."""
+class MissingConfigureInfo(MissingVCSInfo):
+    """Represents error finding VCS info from configure data."""
 def get_repository_from_env():
-    """Obtain a repository object by looking at the environment."""
+    """Obtain a repository object by looking at the environment.
+    If inside a build environment (denoted by presence of a ``buildconfig``
+    module), VCS info is obtained from it, as found via configure. This allows
+    us to respect what was passed into configure. Otherwise, we fall back to
+    scanning the filesystem.
+    """
+    try:
+        import buildconfig
+        flavor = buildconfig.substs.get('VCS_CHECKOUT_TYPE')
+        # If in build mode, only use what configure found. That way we ensure
+        # that everything in the build system can be controlled via configure.
+        if not flavor:
+            raise MissingConfigureInfo('could not find VCS_CHECKOUT_TYPE '
+                                       'in build config; check configure '
+                                       'output and verify it could find a '
+                                       'VCS binary')
+        if flavor == 'hg':
+            return HgRepository(buildconfig.topsrcdir,
+                                hg=buildconfig.substs['HG'])
+        elif flavor == 'git':
+            return GitRepository(buildconfig.topsrcdir,
+                                 git=buildconfig.subst['GIT'])
+        else:
+            raise MissingVCSInfo('unknown VCS_CHECKOUT_TYPE value: %s' % flavor)
+    except ImportError:
+        pass
     def ancestors(path):
         while path:
             yield path
             path, child = os.path.split(path)
             if child == '':
     for path in ancestors(os.getcwd()):
             return get_repository_object(path)
         except InvalidRepoPath:
-    raise Exception('Could not find Mercurial or Git checkout for %s' %
-                    os.getcwd())
+    raise MissingVCSInfo('Could not find Mercurial or Git checkout for %s' %
+                         os.getcwd())