author Matt Mackall <>
Mon, 26 Apr 2010 11:03:40 -0500
changeset 11000 3381677351243e1de05f840a9341fe92bf607e4a
parent 10970 3213e8947975d7a8b44f6a11d063eb949fcb6bb5
child 11047 c7dbd6c4877ad9baf69df975b588b799b1c79ff5
permissions -rw-r--r--
hgweb: simplify hgweb.cgi, add help pointer - move important config to the top - add help pointer - drop encoding hack comment (use web.encoding) - simplify imports - use unified hgweb interface

# - read/write repository class for mercurial
# Copyright 2005-2007 Matt Mackall <>
# This software may be used and distributed according to the terms of the
# GNU General Public License version 2 or any later version.

from node import bin, hex, nullid, nullrev, short
from i18n import _
import repo, changegroup, subrepo
import changelog, dirstate, filelog, manifest, context
import lock, transaction, store, encoding
import util, extensions, hook, error
import match as matchmod
import merge as mergemod
import tags as tagsmod
import url as urlmod
from lock import release
import weakref, stat, errno, os, time, inspect
propertycache = util.propertycache

class localrepository(repo.repository):
    capabilities = set(('lookup', 'changegroupsubset', 'branchmap'))
    supported = set('revlogv1 store fncache shared'.split())

    def __init__(self, baseui, path=None, create=0):
        self.root = os.path.realpath(path)
        self.path = os.path.join(self.root, ".hg")
        self.origroot = path
        self.opener = util.opener(self.path)
        self.wopener = util.opener(self.root)
        self.baseui = baseui
        self.ui = baseui.copy()

            self.ui.readconfig(self.join("hgrc"), self.root)
        except IOError:

        if not os.path.isdir(self.path):
            if create:
                if not os.path.exists(path):
                requirements = ["revlogv1"]
                if self.ui.configbool('format', 'usestore', True):
                    os.mkdir(os.path.join(self.path, "store"))
                    if self.ui.configbool('format', 'usefncache', True):
                    # create an invalid changelog
                    self.opener("00changelog.i", "a").write(
                        '\0\0\0\2' # represents revlogv2
                        ' dummy changelog to prevent using the old repo layout'
                reqfile = self.opener("requires", "w")
                for r in requirements:
                    reqfile.write("%s\n" % r)
                raise error.RepoError(_("repository %s not found") % path)
        elif create:
            raise error.RepoError(_("repository %s already exists") % path)
            # find requirements
            requirements = set()
                requirements = set(self.opener("requires").read().splitlines())
            except IOError, inst:
                if inst.errno != errno.ENOENT:
            for r in requirements - self.supported:
                raise error.RepoError(_("requirement '%s' not supported") % r)

        self.sharedpath = self.path
            s = os.path.realpath(self.opener("sharedpath").read())
            if not os.path.exists(s):
                raise error.RepoError(
                    _('.hg/sharedpath points to nonexistent directory %s') % s)
            self.sharedpath = s
        except IOError, inst:
            if inst.errno != errno.ENOENT:
                raise =, self.sharedpath, util.opener)
        self.spath =
        self.sopener =
        self.sjoin =
        self.opener.createmode =
        self.sopener.options = {}

        # These two define the set of tags for this repository.  _tags
        # maps tag name to node; _tagtypes maps tag name to 'global' or
        # 'local'.  (Global tags are defined by .hgtags across all
        # heads, and local tags are defined in .hg/localtags.)  They
        # constitute the in-memory cache of tags.
        self._tags = None
        self._tagtypes = None

        self._branchcache = None  # in UTF-8
        self._branchcachetip = None
        self.nodetagscache = None
        self.filterpats = {}
        self._datafilters = {}
        self._transref = self._lockref = self._wlockref = None

    def changelog(self):
        c = changelog.changelog(self.sopener)
        if 'HG_PENDING' in os.environ:
            p = os.environ['HG_PENDING']
            if p.startswith(self.root):
        self.sopener.options['defversion'] = c.version
        return c

    def manifest(self):
        return manifest.manifest(self.sopener)

    def dirstate(self):
        return dirstate.dirstate(self.opener, self.ui, self.root)

    def __getitem__(self, changeid):
        if changeid is None:
            return context.workingctx(self)
        return context.changectx(self, changeid)

    def __contains__(self, changeid):
            return bool(self.lookup(changeid))
        except error.RepoLookupError:
            return False

    def __nonzero__(self):
        return True

    def __len__(self):
        return len(self.changelog)

    def __iter__(self):
        for i in xrange(len(self)):
            yield i

    def url(self):
        return 'file:' + self.root

    def hook(self, name, throw=False, **args):
        return hook.hook(self.ui, self, name, throw, **args)

    tag_disallowed = ':\r\n'

    def _tag(self, names, node, message, local, user, date, extra={}):
        if isinstance(names, str):
            allchars = names
            names = (names,)
            allchars = ''.join(names)
        for c in self.tag_disallowed:
            if c in allchars:
                raise util.Abort(_('%r cannot be used in a tag name') % c)

        for name in names:
            self.hook('pretag', throw=True, node=hex(node), tag=name,

        def writetags(fp, names, munge, prevtags):
  , 2)
            if prevtags and prevtags[-1] != '\n':
            for name in names:
                m = munge and munge(name) or name
                if self._tagtypes and name in self._tagtypes:
                    old = self._tags.get(name, nullid)
                    fp.write('%s %s\n' % (hex(old), m))
                fp.write('%s %s\n' % (hex(node), m))

        prevtags = ''
        if local:
                fp = self.opener('localtags', 'r+')
            except IOError:
                fp = self.opener('localtags', 'a')
                prevtags =

            # local tags are stored in the current charset
            writetags(fp, names, None, prevtags)
            for name in names:
                self.hook('tag', node=hex(node), tag=name, local=local)

            fp = self.wfile('.hgtags', 'rb+')
        except IOError:
            fp = self.wfile('.hgtags', 'ab')
            prevtags =

        # committed tags are stored in UTF-8
        writetags(fp, names, encoding.fromlocal, prevtags)

        if '.hgtags' not in self.dirstate:

        m = matchmod.exact(self.root, '', ['.hgtags'])
        tagnode = self.commit(message, user, date, extra=extra, match=m)

        for name in names:
            self.hook('tag', node=hex(node), tag=name, local=local)

        return tagnode

    def tag(self, names, node, message, local, user, date):
        '''tag a revision with one or more symbolic names.

        names is a list of strings or, when adding a single tag, names may be a

        if local is True, the tags are stored in a per-repository file.
        otherwise, they are stored in the .hgtags file, and a new
        changeset is committed with the change.

        keyword arguments:

        local: whether to store tags in non-version-controlled file
        (default False)

        message: commit message to use if committing

        user: name of user to use if committing

        date: date tuple to use if committing'''

        for x in self.status()[:5]:
            if '.hgtags' in x:
                raise util.Abort(_('working copy of .hgtags is changed '
                                   '(please commit .hgtags manually)'))

        self.tags() # instantiate the cache
        self._tag(names, node, message, local, user, date)

    def tags(self):
        '''return a mapping of tag to node'''
        if self._tags is None:
            (self._tags, self._tagtypes) = self._findtags()

        return self._tags

    def _findtags(self):
        '''Do the hard work of finding tags.  Return a pair of dicts
        (tags, tagtypes) where tags maps tag name to node, and tagtypes
        maps tag name to a string like \'global\' or \'local\'.
        Subclasses or extensions are free to add their own tags, but
        should be aware that the returned dicts will be retained for the
        duration of the localrepo object.'''

        # XXX what tagtype should subclasses/extensions use?  Currently
        # mq and bookmarks add tags, but do not set the tagtype at all.
        # Should each extension invent its own tag type?  Should there
        # be one tagtype for all such "virtual" tags?  Or is the status
        # quo fine?

        alltags = {}                    # map tag name to (node, hist)
        tagtypes = {}

        tagsmod.findglobaltags(self.ui, self, alltags, tagtypes)
        tagsmod.readlocaltags(self.ui, self, alltags, tagtypes)

        # Build the return dicts.  Have to re-encode tag names because
        # the tags module always uses UTF-8 (in order not to lose info
        # writing to the cache), but the rest of Mercurial wants them in
        # local encoding.
        tags = {}
        for (name, (node, hist)) in alltags.iteritems():
            if node != nullid:
                tags[encoding.tolocal(name)] = node
        tags['tip'] = self.changelog.tip()
        tagtypes = dict([(encoding.tolocal(name), value)
                         for (name, value) in tagtypes.iteritems()])
        return (tags, tagtypes)

    def tagtype(self, tagname):
        return the type of the given tag. result can be:

        'local'  : a local tag
        'global' : a global tag
        None     : tag does not exist


        return self._tagtypes.get(tagname)

    def tagslist(self):
        '''return a list of tags ordered by revision'''
        l = []
        for t, n in self.tags().iteritems():
                r = self.changelog.rev(n)
                r = -2 # sort to the beginning of the list if unknown
            l.append((r, t, n))
        return [(t, n) for r, t, n in sorted(l)]

    def nodetags(self, node):
        '''return the tags associated with a node'''
        if not self.nodetagscache:
            self.nodetagscache = {}
            for t, n in self.tags().iteritems():
                self.nodetagscache.setdefault(n, []).append(t)
        return self.nodetagscache.get(node, [])

    def _branchtags(self, partial, lrev):
        # TODO: rename this function?
        tiprev = len(self) - 1
        if lrev != tiprev:
            ctxgen = (self[r] for r in xrange(lrev + 1, tiprev + 1))
            self._updatebranchcache(partial, ctxgen)
            self._writebranchcache(partial, self.changelog.tip(), tiprev)

        return partial

    def branchmap(self):
        '''returns a dictionary {branch: [branchheads]}'''
        tip = self.changelog.tip()
        if self._branchcache is not None and self._branchcachetip == tip:
            return self._branchcache

        oldtip = self._branchcachetip
        self._branchcachetip = tip
        if oldtip is None or oldtip not in self.changelog.nodemap:
            partial, last, lrev = self._readbranchcache()
            lrev = self.changelog.rev(oldtip)
            partial = self._branchcache

        self._branchtags(partial, lrev)
        # this private cache holds all heads (not just tips)
        self._branchcache = partial

        return self._branchcache

    def branchtags(self):
        '''return a dict where branch names map to the tipmost head of
        the branch, open heads come before closed'''
        bt = {}
        for bn, heads in self.branchmap().iteritems():
            tip = heads[-1]
            for h in reversed(heads):
                if 'close' not in[5]:
                    tip = h
            bt[bn] = tip
        return bt

    def _readbranchcache(self):
        partial = {}
            f = self.opener("branchheads.cache")
            lines ='\n')
        except (IOError, OSError):
            return {}, nullid, nullrev

            last, lrev = lines.pop(0).split(" ", 1)
            last, lrev = bin(last), int(lrev)
            if lrev >= len(self) or self[lrev].node() != last:
                # invalidate the cache
                raise ValueError('invalidating branch cache (tip differs)')
            for l in lines:
                if not l:
                node, label = l.split(" ", 1)
                partial.setdefault(label.strip(), []).append(bin(node))
        except KeyboardInterrupt:
        except Exception, inst:
            if self.ui.debugflag:
                self.ui.warn(str(inst), '\n')
            partial, last, lrev = {}, nullid, nullrev
        return partial, last, lrev

    def _writebranchcache(self, branches, tip, tiprev):
            f = self.opener("branchheads.cache", "w", atomictemp=True)
            f.write("%s %s\n" % (hex(tip), tiprev))
            for label, nodes in branches.iteritems():
                for node in nodes:
                    f.write("%s %s\n" % (hex(node), label))
        except (IOError, OSError):

    def _updatebranchcache(self, partial, ctxgen):
        # collect new branch entries
        newbranches = {}
        for c in ctxgen:
            newbranches.setdefault(c.branch(), []).append(c.node())
        # if older branchheads are reachable from new ones, they aren't
        # really branchheads. Note checking parents is insufficient:
        # 1 (branch a) -> 2 (branch b) -> 3 (branch a)
        for branch, newnodes in newbranches.iteritems():
            bheads = partial.setdefault(branch, [])
            if len(bheads) <= 1:
            # starting from tip means fewer passes over reachable
            while newnodes:
                latest = newnodes.pop()
                if latest not in bheads:
                minbhrev = self[min([self[bh].rev() for bh in bheads])].node()
                reachable = self.changelog.reachable(latest, minbhrev)
                bheads = [b for b in bheads if b not in reachable]
            partial[branch] = bheads

    def lookup(self, key):
        if isinstance(key, int):
            return self.changelog.node(key)
        elif key == '.':
            return self.dirstate.parents()[0]
        elif key == 'null':
            return nullid
        elif key == 'tip':
            return self.changelog.tip()
        n = self.changelog._match(key)
        if n:
            return n
        if key in self.tags():
            return self.tags()[key]
        if key in self.branchtags():
            return self.branchtags()[key]
        n = self.changelog._partialmatch(key)
        if n:
            return n

        # can't find key, check if it might have come from damaged dirstate
        if key in self.dirstate.parents():
            raise error.Abort(_("working directory has unknown parent '%s'!")
                              % short(key))
            if len(key) == 20:
                key = hex(key)
        raise error.RepoLookupError(_("unknown revision '%s'") % key)

    def lookupbranch(self, key, remote=None):
        repo = remote or self
        if key in repo.branchmap():
            return key

        repo = (remote and remote.local()) and remote or self
        return repo[key].branch()

    def local(self):
        return True

    def join(self, f):
        return os.path.join(self.path, f)

    def wjoin(self, f):
        return os.path.join(self.root, f)

    def rjoin(self, f):
        return os.path.join(self.root, util.pconvert(f))

    def file(self, f):
        if f[0] == '/':
            f = f[1:]
        return filelog.filelog(self.sopener, f)

    def changectx(self, changeid):
        return self[changeid]

    def parents(self, changeid=None):
        '''get list of changectxs for parents of changeid'''
        return self[changeid].parents()

    def filectx(self, path, changeid=None, fileid=None):
        """changeid can be a changeset revision, node, or tag.
           fileid can be a file revision or node."""
        return context.filectx(self, path, changeid, fileid)

    def getcwd(self):
        return self.dirstate.getcwd()

    def pathto(self, f, cwd=None):
        return self.dirstate.pathto(f, cwd)

    def wfile(self, f, mode='r'):
        return self.wopener(f, mode)

    def _link(self, f):
        return os.path.islink(self.wjoin(f))

    def _filter(self, filter, filename, data):
        if filter not in self.filterpats:
            l = []
            for pat, cmd in self.ui.configitems(filter):
                if cmd == '!':
                mf = matchmod.match(self.root, '', [pat])
                fn = None
                params = cmd
                for name, filterfn in self._datafilters.iteritems():
                    if cmd.startswith(name):
                        fn = filterfn
                        params = cmd[len(name):].lstrip()
                if not fn:
                    fn = lambda s, c, **kwargs: util.filter(s, c)
                # Wrap old filters not supporting keyword arguments
                if not inspect.getargspec(fn)[2]:
                    oldfn = fn
                    fn = lambda s, c, **kwargs: oldfn(s, c)
                l.append((mf, fn, params))
            self.filterpats[filter] = l

        for mf, fn, cmd in self.filterpats[filter]:
            if mf(filename):
                self.ui.debug("filtering %s through %s\n" % (filename, cmd))
                data = fn(data, cmd, ui=self.ui, repo=self, filename=filename)

        return data

    def adddatafilter(self, name, filter):
        self._datafilters[name] = filter

    def wread(self, filename):
        if self._link(filename):
            data = os.readlink(self.wjoin(filename))
            data = self.wopener(filename, 'r').read()
        return self._filter("encode", filename, data)

    def wwrite(self, filename, data, flags):
        data = self._filter("decode", filename, data)
        except OSError:
        if 'l' in flags:
            self.wopener.symlink(data, filename)
            self.wopener(filename, 'w').write(data)
            if 'x' in flags:
                util.set_flags(self.wjoin(filename), False, True)

    def wwritedata(self, filename, data):
        return self._filter("decode", filename, data)

    def transaction(self, desc):
        tr = self._transref and self._transref() or None
        if tr and tr.running():
            return tr.nest()

        # abort here if the journal already exists
        if os.path.exists(self.sjoin("journal")):
            raise error.RepoError(
                _("abandoned transaction found - run hg recover"))

        # save dirstate for rollback
            ds = self.opener("dirstate").read()
        except IOError:
            ds = ""
        self.opener("journal.dirstate", "w").write(ds)
        self.opener("journal.branch", "w").write(self.dirstate.branch())
        self.opener("journal.desc", "w").write("%d\n%s\n" % (len(self), desc))

        renames = [(self.sjoin("journal"), self.sjoin("undo")),
                   (self.join("journal.dirstate"), self.join("undo.dirstate")),
                   (self.join("journal.branch"), self.join("undo.branch")),
                   (self.join("journal.desc"), self.join("undo.desc"))]
        tr = transaction.transaction(self.ui.warn, self.sopener,
        self._transref = weakref.ref(tr)
        return tr

    def recover(self):
        lock = self.lock()
            if os.path.exists(self.sjoin("journal")):
                self.ui.status(_("rolling back interrupted transaction\n"))
                transaction.rollback(self.sopener, self.sjoin("journal"),
                return True
                self.ui.warn(_("no interrupted transaction available\n"))
                return False

    def rollback(self, dryrun=False):
        wlock = lock = None
            wlock = self.wlock()
            lock = self.lock()
            if os.path.exists(self.sjoin("undo")):
                    args = self.opener("undo.desc", "r").read().splitlines()
                    if len(args) >= 3 and self.ui.verbose:
                        desc = _("rolling back to revision %s"
                                 " (undo %s: %s)\n") % (
                                 args[0], args[1], args[2])
                    elif len(args) >= 2:
                        desc = _("rolling back to revision %s (undo %s)\n") % (
                                 args[0], args[1])
                except IOError:
                    desc = _("rolling back unknown transaction\n")
                if dryrun:
                transaction.rollback(self.sopener, self.sjoin("undo"),
                util.rename(self.join("undo.dirstate"), self.join("dirstate"))
                    branch = self.opener("undo.branch").read()
                except IOError:
                    self.ui.warn(_("Named branch could not be reset, "
                                   "current branch still is: %s\n")
                                 % encoding.tolocal(self.dirstate.branch()))
                self.ui.warn(_("no rollback information available\n"))
            release(lock, wlock)

    def invalidatecaches(self):
        self._tags = None
        self._tagtypes = None
        self.nodetagscache = None
        self._branchcache = None # in UTF-8
        self._branchcachetip = None

    def invalidate(self):
        for a in "changelog manifest".split():
            if a in self.__dict__:
                delattr(self, a)

    def _lock(self, lockname, wait, releasefn, acquirefn, desc):
            l = lock.lock(lockname, 0, releasefn, desc=desc)
        except error.LockHeld, inst:
            if not wait:
            self.ui.warn(_("waiting for lock on %s held by %r\n") %
            # default to 600 seconds timeout
            l = lock.lock(lockname, int(self.ui.config("ui", "timeout", "600")),
                          releasefn, desc=desc)
        if acquirefn:
        return l

    def lock(self, wait=True):
        '''Lock the repository store (.hg/store) and return a weak reference
        to the lock. Use this before modifying the store (e.g. committing or
        stripping). If you are opening a transaction, get a lock as well.)'''
        l = self._lockref and self._lockref()
        if l is not None and l.held:
            return l

        l = self._lock(self.sjoin("lock"), wait, None, self.invalidate,
                       _('repository %s') % self.origroot)
        self._lockref = weakref.ref(l)
        return l

    def wlock(self, wait=True):
        '''Lock the non-store parts of the repository (everything under
        .hg except .hg/store) and return a weak reference to the lock.
        Use this before modifying files in .hg.'''
        l = self._wlockref and self._wlockref()
        if l is not None and l.held:
            return l

        l = self._lock(self.join("wlock"), wait, self.dirstate.write,
                       self.dirstate.invalidate, _('working directory of %s') %
        self._wlockref = weakref.ref(l)
        return l

    def _filecommit(self, fctx, manifest1, manifest2, linkrev, tr, changelist):
        commit an individual file as part of a larger transaction

        fname = fctx.path()
        text =
        flog = self.file(fname)
        fparent1 = manifest1.get(fname, nullid)
        fparent2 = fparent2o = manifest2.get(fname, nullid)

        meta = {}
        copy = fctx.renamed()
        if copy and copy[0] != fname:
            # Mark the new revision of this file as a copy of another
            # file.  This copy data will effectively act as a parent
            # of this new revision.  If this is a merge, the first
            # parent will be the nullid (meaning "look up the copy data")
            # and the second one will be the other parent.  For example:
            # 0 --- 1 --- 3   rev1 changes file foo
            #   \       /     rev2 renames foo to bar and changes it
            #    \- 2 -/      rev3 should have bar with all changes and
            #                      should record that bar descends from
            #                      bar in rev2 and foo in rev1
            # this allows this merge to succeed:
            # 0 --- 1 --- 3   rev4 reverts the content change from rev2
            #   \       /     merging rev3 and rev4 should use bar@rev2
            #    \- 2 --- 4        as the merge base

            cfname = copy[0]
            crev = manifest1.get(cfname)
            newfparent = fparent2

            if manifest2: # branch merge
                if fparent2 == nullid or crev is None: # copied on remote side
                    if cfname in manifest2:
                        crev = manifest2[cfname]
                        newfparent = fparent1

            # find source in nearest ancestor if we've lost track
            if not crev:
                self.ui.debug(" %s: searching for copy revision for %s\n" %
                              (fname, cfname))
                for ancestor in self['.'].ancestors():
                    if cfname in ancestor:
                        crev = ancestor[cfname].filenode()

            self.ui.debug(" %s: copy %s:%s\n" % (fname, cfname, hex(crev)))
            meta["copy"] = cfname
            meta["copyrev"] = hex(crev)
            fparent1, fparent2 = nullid, newfparent
        elif fparent2 != nullid:
            # is one parent an ancestor of the other?
            fparentancestor = flog.ancestor(fparent1, fparent2)
            if fparentancestor == fparent1:
                fparent1, fparent2 = fparent2, nullid
            elif fparentancestor == fparent2:
                fparent2 = nullid

        # is the file changed?
        if fparent2 != nullid or flog.cmp(fparent1, text) or meta:
            return flog.add(text, meta, tr, linkrev, fparent1, fparent2)

        # are just the flags changed during merge?
        if fparent1 != fparent2o and manifest1.flags(fname) != fctx.flags():

        return fparent1

    def commit(self, text="", user=None, date=None, match=None, force=False,
               editor=False, extra={}):
        """Add a new revision to current repository.

        Revision information is gathered from the working directory,
        match can be used to filter the committed files. If editor is
        supplied, it is called to get a commit message.

        def fail(f, msg):
            raise util.Abort('%s: %s' % (f, msg))

        if not match:
            match = matchmod.always(self.root, '')

        if not force:
            vdirs = []
            match.dir = vdirs.append
            match.bad = fail

        wlock = self.wlock()
            wctx = self[None]
            merge = len(wctx.parents()) > 1

            if (not force and merge and match and
                (match.files() or match.anypats())):
                raise util.Abort(_('cannot partially commit a merge '
                                   '(do not specify files or patterns)'))

            changes = self.status(match=match, clean=force)
            if force:
                changes[0].extend(changes[6]) # mq may commit unchanged files

            # check subrepos
            subs = []
            removedsubs = set()
            for p in wctx.parents():
                removedsubs.update(s for s in p.substate if match(s))
            for s in wctx.substate:
                if match(s) and wctx.sub(s).dirty():
            if (subs or removedsubs) and '.hgsubstate' not in changes[0]:
                changes[0].insert(0, '.hgsubstate')

            # make sure all explicit patterns are matched
            if not force and match.files():
                matched = set(changes[0] + changes[1] + changes[2])

                for f in match.files():
                    if f == '.' or f in matched or f in wctx.substate:
                    if f in changes[3]: # missing
                        fail(f, _('file not found!'))
                    if f in vdirs: # visited directory
                        d = f + '/'
                        for mf in matched:
                            if mf.startswith(d):
                            fail(f, _("no match under directory!"))
                    elif f not in self.dirstate:
                        fail(f, _("file not tracked!"))

            if (not force and not extra.get("close") and not merge
                and not (changes[0] or changes[1] or changes[2])
                and wctx.branch() == wctx.p1().branch()):
                return None

            ms = mergemod.mergestate(self)
            for f in changes[0]:
                if f in ms and ms[f] == 'u':
                    raise util.Abort(_("unresolved merge conflicts "
                                                    "(see hg resolve)"))

            cctx = context.workingctx(self, text, user, date, extra, changes)
            if editor:
                cctx._text = editor(self, cctx, subs)
            edited = (text != cctx._text)

            # commit subs
            if subs or removedsubs:
                state = wctx.substate.copy()
                for s in subs:
                    self.ui.status(_('committing subrepository %s\n') % s)
                    sr = wctx.sub(s).commit(cctx._text, user, date)
                    state[s] = (state[s][0], sr)
                subrepo.writestate(self, state)

            # Save commit message in case this transaction gets rolled back
            # (e.g. by a pretxncommit hook).  Leave the content alone on
            # the assumption that the user will use the same editor again.
            msgfile = self.opener('last-message.txt', 'wb')

            p1, p2 = self.dirstate.parents()
            hookp1, hookp2 = hex(p1), (p2 != nullid and hex(p2) or '')
                self.hook("precommit", throw=True, parent1=hookp1, parent2=hookp2)
                ret = self.commitctx(cctx, True)
                if edited:
                    msgfn = self.pathto([len(self.root)+1:])
                        _('note: commit message saved in %s\n') % msgfn)

            # update dirstate and mergestate
            for f in changes[0] + changes[1]:
            for f in changes[2]:

        self.hook("commit", node=hex(ret), parent1=hookp1, parent2=hookp2)
        return ret

    def commitctx(self, ctx, error=False):
        """Add a new revision to current repository.
        Revision information is passed via the context argument.

        tr = lock = None
        removed = ctx.removed()
        p1, p2 = ctx.p1(), ctx.p2()
        m1 = p1.manifest().copy()
        m2 = p2.manifest()
        user = ctx.user()

        lock = self.lock()
            tr = self.transaction("commit")
            trp = weakref.proxy(tr)

            # check in files
            new = {}
            changed = []
            linkrev = len(self)
            for f in sorted(ctx.modified() + ctx.added()):
                self.ui.note(f + "\n")
                    fctx = ctx[f]
                    new[f] = self._filecommit(fctx, m1, m2, linkrev, trp,
                    m1.set(f, fctx.flags())
                except OSError, inst:
                    self.ui.warn(_("trouble committing %s!\n") % f)
                except IOError, inst:
                    errcode = getattr(inst, 'errno', errno.ENOENT)
                    if error or errcode and errcode != errno.ENOENT:
                        self.ui.warn(_("trouble committing %s!\n") % f)

            # update manifest
            removed = [f for f in sorted(removed) if f in m1 or f in m2]
            drop = [f for f in removed if f in m1]
            for f in drop:
                del m1[f]
            mn = self.manifest.add(m1, trp, linkrev, p1.manifestnode(),
                                   p2.manifestnode(), (new, drop))

            # update changelog
            n = self.changelog.add(mn, changed + removed, ctx.description(),
                                   trp, p1.node(), p2.node(),
                                   user,, ctx.extra().copy())
            p = lambda: self.changelog.writepending() and self.root or ""
            xp1, xp2 = p1.hex(), p2 and p2.hex() or ''
            self.hook('pretxncommit', throw=True, node=hex(n), parent1=xp1,
                      parent2=xp2, pending=p)

            if self._branchcache:
            return n
            del tr

    def destroyed(self):
        '''Inform the repository that nodes have been destroyed.
        Intended for use by strip and rollback, so there's a common
        place for anything that has to be done after destroying history.'''
        # XXX it might be nice if we could take the list of destroyed
        # nodes, but I don't see an easy way for rollback() to do that

        # Ensure the persistent tag cache is updated.  Doing it now
        # means that the tag cache only has to worry about destroyed
        # heads immediately after a strip/rollback.  That in turn
        # guarantees that "cachetip == currenttip" (comparing both rev
        # and node) always means no nodes have been added or destroyed.

        # XXX this is suboptimal when qrefresh'ing: we strip the current
        # head, refresh the tag cache, then immediately add a new head.
        # But I think doing it this way is necessary for the "instant
        # tag cache retrieval" case to work.

    def walk(self, match, node=None):
        walk recursively through the directory tree or a given
        changeset, finding all files matched by the match
        return self[node].walk(match)

    def status(self, node1='.', node2=None, match=None,
               ignored=False, clean=False, unknown=False):
        """return status of files between two nodes or node and working directory

        If node1 is None, use the first dirstate parent instead.
        If node2 is None, compare node1 with working directory.

        def mfmatches(ctx):
            mf = ctx.manifest().copy()
            for fn in mf.keys():
                if not match(fn):
                    del mf[fn]
            return mf

        if isinstance(node1, context.changectx):
            ctx1 = node1
            ctx1 = self[node1]
        if isinstance(node2, context.changectx):
            ctx2 = node2
            ctx2 = self[node2]

        working = ctx2.rev() is None
        parentworking = working and ctx1 == self['.']
        match = match or matchmod.always(self.root, self.getcwd())
        listignored, listclean, listunknown = ignored, clean, unknown

        # load earliest manifest first for caching reasons
        if not working and ctx2.rev() < ctx1.rev():

        if not parentworking:
            def bad(f, msg):
                if f not in ctx1:
                    self.ui.warn('%s: %s\n' % (self.dirstate.pathto(f), msg))
            match.bad = bad

        if working: # we need to scan the working dir
            subrepos = ctx1.substate.keys()
            s = self.dirstate.status(match, subrepos, listignored,
                                     listclean, listunknown)
            cmp, modified, added, removed, deleted, unknown, ignored, clean = s

            # check for any possibly clean files
            if parentworking and cmp:
                fixup = []
                # do a full compare of any files that might have changed
                for f in sorted(cmp):
                    if (f not in ctx1 or ctx2.flags(f) != ctx1.flags(f)
                        or ctx1[f].cmp(ctx2[f].data())):

                if listclean:
                    clean += fixup

                # update dirstate for files that are actually clean
                if fixup:
                        # updating the dirstate is optional
                        # so we don't wait on the lock
                        wlock = self.wlock(False)
                            for f in fixup:
                    except error.LockError:

        if not parentworking:
            mf1 = mfmatches(ctx1)
            if working:
                # we are comparing working dir against non-parent
                # generate a pseudo-manifest for the working dir
                mf2 = mfmatches(self['.'])
                for f in cmp + modified + added:
                    mf2[f] = None
                    mf2.set(f, ctx2.flags(f))
                for f in removed:
                    if f in mf2:
                        del mf2[f]
                # we are comparing two revisions
                deleted, unknown, ignored = [], [], []
                mf2 = mfmatches(ctx2)

            modified, added, clean = [], [], []
            for fn in mf2:
                if fn in mf1:
                    if (mf1.flags(fn) != mf2.flags(fn) or
                        (mf1[fn] != mf2[fn] and
                         (mf2[fn] or ctx1[fn].cmp(ctx2[fn].data())))):
                    elif listclean:
                    del mf1[fn]
            removed = mf1.keys()

        r = modified, added, removed, deleted, unknown, ignored, clean
        [l.sort() for l in r]
        return r

    def add(self, list):
        wlock = self.wlock()
            rejected = []
            for f in list:
                p = self.wjoin(f)
                    st = os.lstat(p)
                    self.ui.warn(_("%s does not exist!\n") % f)
                if st.st_size > 10000000:
                    self.ui.warn(_("%s: up to %d MB of RAM may be required "
                                   "to manage this file\n"
                                   "(use 'hg revert %s' to cancel the "
                                   "pending addition)\n")
                                   % (f, 3 * st.st_size // 1000000, f))
                if not (stat.S_ISREG(st.st_mode) or stat.S_ISLNK(st.st_mode)):
                    self.ui.warn(_("%s not added: only files and symlinks "
                                   "supported currently\n") % f)
                elif self.dirstate[f] in 'amn':
                    self.ui.warn(_("%s already tracked!\n") % f)
                elif self.dirstate[f] == 'r':
            return rejected

    def forget(self, list):
        wlock = self.wlock()
            for f in list:
                if self.dirstate[f] != 'a':
                    self.ui.warn(_("%s not added!\n") % f)

    def remove(self, list, unlink=False):
        if unlink:
            for f in list:
                except OSError, inst:
                    if inst.errno != errno.ENOENT:
        wlock = self.wlock()
            for f in list:
                if unlink and os.path.exists(self.wjoin(f)):
                    self.ui.warn(_("%s still exists!\n") % f)
                elif self.dirstate[f] == 'a':
                elif f not in self.dirstate:
                    self.ui.warn(_("%s not tracked!\n") % f)

    def undelete(self, list):
        manifests = [[0])
                     for p in self.dirstate.parents() if p != nullid]
        wlock = self.wlock()
            for f in list:
                if self.dirstate[f] != 'r':
                    self.ui.warn(_("%s not removed!\n") % f)
                    m = f in manifests[0] and manifests[0] or manifests[1]
                    t = self.file(f).read(m[f])
                    self.wwrite(f, t, m.flags(f))

    def copy(self, source, dest):
        p = self.wjoin(dest)
        if not (os.path.exists(p) or os.path.islink(p)):
            self.ui.warn(_("%s does not exist!\n") % dest)
        elif not (os.path.isfile(p) or os.path.islink(p)):
            self.ui.warn(_("copy failed: %s is not a file or a "
                           "symbolic link\n") % dest)
            wlock = self.wlock()
                if self.dirstate[dest] in '?r':
                self.dirstate.copy(source, dest)

    def heads(self, start=None):
        heads = self.changelog.heads(start)
        # sort the output in rev descending order
        heads = [(-self.changelog.rev(h), h) for h in heads]
        return [n for (r, n) in sorted(heads)]

    def branchheads(self, branch=None, start=None, closed=False):
        '''return a (possibly filtered) list of heads for the given branch

        Heads are returned in topological order, from newest to oldest.
        If branch is None, use the dirstate branch.
        If start is not None, return only heads reachable from start.
        If closed is True, return heads that are marked as closed as well.
        if branch is None:
            branch = self[None].branch()
        branches = self.branchmap()
        if branch not in branches:
            return []
        # the cache returns heads ordered lowest to highest
        bheads = list(reversed(branches[branch]))
        if start is not None:
            # filter out the heads that cannot be reached from startrev
            fbheads = set(self.changelog.nodesbetween([start], bheads)[2])
            bheads = [h for h in bheads if h in fbheads]
        if not closed:
            bheads = [h for h in bheads if
                      ('close' not in[5])]
        return bheads

    def branches(self, nodes):
        if not nodes:
            nodes = [self.changelog.tip()]
        b = []
        for n in nodes:
            t = n
            while 1:
                p = self.changelog.parents(n)
                if p[1] != nullid or p[0] == nullid:
                    b.append((t, n, p[0], p[1]))
                n = p[0]
        return b

    def between(self, pairs):
        r = []

        for top, bottom in pairs:
            n, l, i = top, [], 0
            f = 1

            while n != bottom and n != nullid:
                p = self.changelog.parents(n)[0]
                if i == f:
                    f = f * 2
                n = p
                i += 1


        return r

    def findincoming(self, remote, base=None, heads=None, force=False):
        """Return list of roots of the subsets of missing nodes from remote

        If base dict is specified, assume that these nodes and their parents
        exist on the remote side and that no child of a node of base exists
        in both remote and self.
        Furthermore base will be updated to include the nodes that exists
        in self and remote but no children exists in self and remote.
        If a list of heads is specified, return only nodes which are heads
        or ancestors of these heads.

        All the ancestors of base are in self and in remote.
        All the descendants of the list returned are missing in self.
        (and so we know that the rest of the nodes are missing in remote, see
        return self.findcommonincoming(remote, base, heads, force)[1]

    def findcommonincoming(self, remote, base=None, heads=None, force=False):
        """Return a tuple (common, missing roots, heads) used to identify
        missing nodes from remote.

        If base dict is specified, assume that these nodes and their parents
        exist on the remote side and that no child of a node of base exists
        in both remote and self.
        Furthermore base will be updated to include the nodes that exists
        in self and remote but no children exists in self and remote.
        If a list of heads is specified, return only nodes which are heads
        or ancestors of these heads.

        All the ancestors of base are in self and in remote.
        m = self.changelog.nodemap
        search = []
        fetch = set()
        seen = set()
        seenbranch = set()
        if base is None:
            base = {}

        if not heads:
            heads = remote.heads()

        if self.changelog.tip() == nullid:
            base[nullid] = 1
            if heads != [nullid]:
                return [nullid], [nullid], list(heads)
            return [nullid], [], []

        # assume we're closer to the tip than the root
        # and start by examining the heads
        self.ui.status(_("searching for changes\n"))

        unknown = []
        for h in heads:
            if h not in m:
                base[h] = 1

        heads = unknown
        if not unknown:
            return base.keys(), [], []

        req = set(unknown)
        reqcnt = 0

        # search through remote branches
        # a 'branch' here is a linear segment of history, with four parts:
        # head, root, first parent, second parent
        # (a branch always has two parents (or none) by definition)
        unknown = remote.branches(unknown)
        while unknown:
            r = []
            while unknown:
                n = unknown.pop(0)
                if n[0] in seen:

                self.ui.debug("examining %s:%s\n"
                              % (short(n[0]), short(n[1])))
                if n[0] == nullid: # found the end of the branch
                elif n in seenbranch:
                    self.ui.debug("branch already found\n")
                elif n[1] and n[1] in m: # do we know the base?
                    self.ui.debug("found incomplete branch %s:%s\n"
                                  % (short(n[0]), short(n[1])))
                    search.append(n[0:2]) # schedule branch range for scanning
                    if n[1] not in seen and n[1] not in fetch:
                        if n[2] in m and n[3] in m:
                            self.ui.debug("found new changeset %s\n" %
                            fetch.add(n[1]) # earliest unknown
                        for p in n[2:4]:
                            if p in m:
                                base[p] = 1 # latest known

                    for p in n[2:4]:
                        if p not in req and p not in m:

            if r:
                reqcnt += 1
                self.ui.progress(_('searching'), reqcnt, unit=_('queries'))
                self.ui.debug("request %d: %s\n" %
                            (reqcnt, " ".join(map(short, r))))
                for p in xrange(0, len(r), 10):
                    for b in remote.branches(r[p:p + 10]):
                        self.ui.debug("received %s:%s\n" %
                                      (short(b[0]), short(b[1])))

        # do binary search on the branches we found
        while search:
            newsearch = []
            reqcnt += 1
            self.ui.progress(_('searching'), reqcnt, unit=_('queries'))
            for n, l in zip(search, remote.between(search)):
                p = n[0]
                f = 1
                for i in l:
                    self.ui.debug("narrowing %d:%d %s\n" % (f, len(l), short(i)))
                    if i in m:
                        if f <= 2:
                            self.ui.debug("found new branch changeset %s\n" %
                            base[i] = 1
                            self.ui.debug("narrowed branch search to %s:%s\n"
                                          % (short(p), short(i)))
                            newsearch.append((p, i))
                    p, f = i, f * 2
                search = newsearch

        # sanity check our fetch list
        for f in fetch:
            if f in m:
                raise error.RepoError(_("already have changeset ")
                                      + short(f[:4]))

        if base.keys() == [nullid]:
            if force:
                self.ui.warn(_("warning: repository is unrelated\n"))
                raise util.Abort(_("repository is unrelated"))

        self.ui.debug("found new changesets starting at " +
                     " ".join([short(f) for f in fetch]) + "\n")

        self.ui.progress(_('searching'), None)
        self.ui.debug("%d total queries\n" % reqcnt)

        return base.keys(), list(fetch), heads

    def findoutgoing(self, remote, base=None, heads=None, force=False):
        """Return list of nodes that are roots of subsets not in remote

        If base dict is specified, assume that these nodes and their parents
        exist on the remote side.
        If a list of heads is specified, return only nodes which are heads
        or ancestors of these heads, and return a second element which
        contains all remote heads which get new children.
        if base is None:
            base = {}
            self.findincoming(remote, base, heads, force=force)

        self.ui.debug("common changesets up to "
                      + " ".join(map(short, base.keys())) + "\n")

        remain = set(self.changelog.nodemap)

        # prune everything remote has from the tree
        remove = base.keys()
        while remove:
            n = remove.pop(0)
            if n in remain:
                for p in self.changelog.parents(n):

        # find every node whose parents have been pruned
        subset = []
        # find every remote head that will get new children
        updated_heads = set()
        for n in remain:
            p1, p2 = self.changelog.parents(n)
            if p1 not in remain and p2 not in remain:
            if heads:
                if p1 in heads:
                if p2 in heads:

        # this is the set of all roots we have to push
        if heads:
            return subset, list(updated_heads)
            return subset

    def pull(self, remote, heads=None, force=False):
        lock = self.lock()
            common, fetch, rheads = self.findcommonincoming(remote, heads=heads,
            if not fetch:
                self.ui.status(_("no changes found\n"))
                return 0

            if fetch == [nullid]:
                self.ui.status(_("requesting all changes\n"))
            elif heads is None and remote.capable('changegroupsubset'):
                # issue1320, avoid a race if remote changed after discovery
                heads = rheads

            if heads is None:
                cg = remote.changegroup(fetch, 'pull')
                if not remote.capable('changegroupsubset'):
                    raise util.Abort(_("Partial pull cannot be done because "
                                       "other repository doesn't support "
                cg = remote.changegroupsubset(fetch, heads, 'pull')
            return self.addchangegroup(cg, 'pull', remote.url())

    def push(self, remote, force=False, revs=None):
        # there are two ways to push to remote repo:
        # addchangegroup assumes local user can lock remote
        # repo (local filesystem, old ssh servers).
        # unbundle assumes local user cannot lock remote repo (new ssh
        # servers, http servers).

        if remote.capable('unbundle'):
            return self.push_unbundle(remote, force, revs)
        return self.push_addchangegroup(remote, force, revs)

    def prepush(self, remote, force, revs):
        '''Analyze the local and remote repositories and determine which
        changesets need to be pushed to the remote.  Return a tuple
        (changegroup, remoteheads).  changegroup is a readable file-like
        object whose read() returns successive changegroup chunks ready to
        be sent over the wire.  remoteheads is the list of remote heads.
        common = {}
        remote_heads = remote.heads()
        inc = self.findincoming(remote, common, remote_heads, force=force)

        cl = self.changelog
        update, updated_heads = self.findoutgoing(remote, common, remote_heads)
        outg, bases, heads = cl.nodesbetween(update, revs)

        if not bases:
            self.ui.status(_("no changes found\n"))
            return None, 1

        if not force and remote_heads != [nullid]:

            def fail_multiple_heads(unsynced, branch=None):
                if branch:
                    msg = _("abort: push creates new remote heads"
                            " on branch '%s'!\n") % branch
                    msg = _("abort: push creates new remote heads!\n")
                if unsynced:
                    self.ui.status(_("(you should pull and merge or"
                                     " use push -f to force)\n"))
                    self.ui.status(_("(did you forget to merge?"
                                     " use push -f to force)\n"))
                return None, 0

            if remote.capable('branchmap'):
                # Check for each named branch if we're creating new remote heads.
                # To be a remote head after push, node must be either:
                # - unknown locally
                # - a local outgoing head descended from update
                # - a remote head that's known locally and not
                #   ancestral to an outgoing head
                # New named branches cannot be created without --force.

                # 1. Create set of branches involved in the push.
                branches = set(self[n].branch() for n in outg)

                # 2. Check for new branches on the remote.
                remotemap = remote.branchmap()
                newbranches = branches - set(remotemap)
                if newbranches: # new branch requires --force
                    branchnames = ', '.join("%s" % b for b in newbranches)
                    self.ui.warn(_("abort: push creates "
                                   "new remote branches: %s!\n")
                                 % branchnames)
                    self.ui.status(_("(use 'hg push -f' to force)\n"))
                    return None, 0

                # 3. Construct the initial oldmap and newmap dicts.
                # They contain information about the remote heads before and
                # after the push, respectively.
                # Heads not found locally are not included in either dict,
                # since they won't be affected by the push.
                # unsynced contains all branches with incoming changesets.
                oldmap = {}
                newmap = {}
                unsynced = set()
                for branch in branches:
                    remoteheads = remotemap[branch]
                    prunedheads = [h for h in remoteheads if h in cl.nodemap]
                    oldmap[branch] = prunedheads
                    newmap[branch] = list(prunedheads)
                    if len(remoteheads) > len(prunedheads):

                # 4. Update newmap with outgoing changes.
                # This will possibly add new heads and remove existing ones.
                ctxgen = (self[n] for n in outg)
                self._updatebranchcache(newmap, ctxgen)

                # 5. Check for new heads.
                # If there are more heads after the push than before, a suitable
                # warning, depending on unsynced status, is displayed.
                for branch in branches:
                    if len(newmap[branch]) > len(oldmap[branch]):
                        return fail_multiple_heads(branch in unsynced, branch)

                # 6. Check for unsynced changes on involved branches.
                if unsynced:
                    self.ui.warn(_("note: unsynced remote changes!\n"))

                # Old servers: Check for new topological heads.
                # Code based on _updatebranchcache.
                newheads = set(h for h in remote_heads if h in cl.nodemap)
                oldheadcnt = len(newheads)
                if len(newheads) > 1:
                    for latest in reversed(outg):
                        if latest not in newheads:
                        minhrev = min(cl.rev(h) for h in newheads)
                        reachable = cl.reachable(latest, cl.node(minhrev))
                if len(newheads) > oldheadcnt:
                    return fail_multiple_heads(inc)
                if inc:
                    self.ui.warn(_("note: unsynced remote changes!\n"))

        if revs is None:
            # use the fast path, no race possible on push
            nodes = self.changelog.findmissing(common.keys())
            cg = self._changegroup(nodes, 'push')
            cg = self.changegroupsubset(update, revs, 'push')
        return cg, remote_heads

    def push_addchangegroup(self, remote, force, revs):
        lock = remote.lock()
            ret = self.prepush(remote, force, revs)
            if ret[0] is not None:
                cg, remote_heads = ret
                return remote.addchangegroup(cg, 'push', self.url())
            return ret[1]

    def push_unbundle(self, remote, force, revs):
        # local repo finds heads on server, finds out what revs it
        # must push.  once revs transferred, if server finds it has
        # different heads (someone else won commit/push race), server
        # aborts.

        ret = self.prepush(remote, force, revs)
        if ret[0] is not None:
            cg, remote_heads = ret
            if force:
                remote_heads = ['force']
            return remote.unbundle(cg, remote_heads, 'push')
        return ret[1]

    def changegroupinfo(self, nodes, source):
        if self.ui.verbose or source == 'bundle':
            self.ui.status(_("%d changesets found\n") % len(nodes))
        if self.ui.debugflag:
            self.ui.debug("list of changesets:\n")
            for node in nodes:
                self.ui.debug("%s\n" % hex(node))

    def changegroupsubset(self, bases, heads, source, extranodes=None):
        """Compute a changegroup consisting of all the nodes that are
        descendents of any of the bases and ancestors of any of the heads.
        Return a chunkbuffer object whose read() method will return
        successive changegroup chunks.

        It is fairly complex as determining which filenodes and which
        manifest nodes need to be included for the changeset to be complete
        is non-trivial.

        Another wrinkle is doing the reverse, figuring out which changeset in
        the changegroup a particular filenode or manifestnode belongs to.

        The caller can specify some nodes that must be included in the
        changegroup using the extranodes argument.  It should be a dict
        where the keys are the filenames (or 1 for the manifest), and the
        values are lists of (node, linknode) tuples, where node is a wanted
        node and linknode is the changelog node that should be transmitted as
        the linkrev.

        # Set up some initial variables
        # Make it easy to refer to self.changelog
        cl = self.changelog
        # msng is short for missing - compute the list of changesets in this
        # changegroup.
        if not bases:
            bases = [nullid]
        msng_cl_lst, bases, heads = cl.nodesbetween(bases, heads)

        if extranodes is None:
            # can we go through the fast path ?
            allheads = self.heads()
            if heads == allheads:
                return self._changegroup(msng_cl_lst, source)

        # slow path
        self.hook('preoutgoing', throw=True, source=source)

        self.changegroupinfo(msng_cl_lst, source)
        # Some bases may turn out to be superfluous, and some heads may be
        # too.  nodesbetween will return the minimal set of bases and heads
        # necessary to re-create the changegroup.

        # Known heads are the list of heads that it is assumed the recipient
        # of this changegroup will know about.
        knownheads = set()
        # We assume that all parents of bases are known heads.
        for n in bases:
        knownheads = list(knownheads)
        if knownheads:
            # Now that we know what heads are known, we can compute which
            # changesets are known.  The recipient must know about all
            # changesets required to reach the known heads from the null
            # changeset.
            has_cl_set, junk, junk = cl.nodesbetween(None, knownheads)
            junk = None
            # Transform the list into a set.
            has_cl_set = set(has_cl_set)
            # If there were no known heads, the recipient cannot be assumed to
            # know about any changesets.
            has_cl_set = set()

        # Make it easy to refer to self.manifest
        mnfst = self.manifest
        # We don't know which manifests are missing yet
        msng_mnfst_set = {}
        # Nor do we know which filenodes are missing.
        msng_filenode_set = {}

        junk = mnfst.index[len(mnfst) - 1] # Get around a bug in lazyindex
        junk = None

        # A changeset always belongs to itself, so the changenode lookup
        # function for a changenode is identity.
        def identity(x):
            return x

        # If we determine that a particular file or manifest node must be a
        # node that the recipient of the changegroup will already have, we can
        # also assume the recipient will have all the parents.  This function
        # prunes them from the set of missing nodes.
        def prune_parents(revlog, hasset, msngset):
            for r in revlog.ancestors(*[revlog.rev(n) for n in hasset]):
                msngset.pop(revlog.node(r), None)

        # Use the information collected in collect_manifests_and_files to say
        # which changenode any manifestnode belongs to.
        def lookup_manifest_link(mnfstnode):
            return msng_mnfst_set[mnfstnode]

        # A function generating function that sets up the initial environment
        # the inner function.
        def filenode_collector(changedfiles):
            # This gathers information from each manifestnode included in the
            # changegroup about which filenodes the manifest node references
            # so we can include those in the changegroup too.
            # It also remembers which changenode each filenode belongs to.  It
            # does this by assuming the a filenode belongs to the changenode
            # the first manifest that references it belongs to.
            def collect_msng_filenodes(mnfstnode):
                r = mnfst.rev(mnfstnode)
                if r - 1 in mnfst.parentrevs(r):
                    # If the previous rev is one of the parents,
                    # we only need to see a diff.
                    deltamf = mnfst.readdelta(mnfstnode)
                    # For each line in the delta
                    for f, fnode in deltamf.iteritems():
                        f = changedfiles.get(f, None)
                        # And if the file is in the list of files we care
                        # about.
                        if f is not None:
                            # Get the changenode this manifest belongs to
                            clnode = msng_mnfst_set[mnfstnode]
                            # Create the set of filenodes for the file if
                            # there isn't one already.
                            ndset = msng_filenode_set.setdefault(f, {})
                            # And set the filenode's changelog node to the
                            # manifest's if it hasn't been set already.
                            ndset.setdefault(fnode, clnode)
                    # Otherwise we need a full manifest.
                    m =
                    # For every file in we care about.
                    for f in changedfiles:
                        fnode = m.get(f, None)
                        # If it's in the manifest
                        if fnode is not None:
                            # See comments above.
                            clnode = msng_mnfst_set[mnfstnode]
                            ndset = msng_filenode_set.setdefault(f, {})
                            ndset.setdefault(fnode, clnode)
            return collect_msng_filenodes

        # We have a list of filenodes we think we need for a file, lets remove
        # all those we know the recipient must have.
        def prune_filenodes(f, filerevlog):
            msngset = msng_filenode_set[f]
            hasset = set()
            # If a 'missing' filenode thinks it belongs to a changenode we
            # assume the recipient must have, then the recipient must have
            # that filenode.
            for n in msngset:
                clnode = cl.node(filerevlog.linkrev(filerevlog.rev(n)))
                if clnode in has_cl_set:
            prune_parents(filerevlog, hasset, msngset)

        # A function generator function that sets up the a context for the
        # inner function.
        def lookup_filenode_link_func(fname):
            msngset = msng_filenode_set[fname]
            # Lookup the changenode the filenode belongs to.
            def lookup_filenode_link(fnode):
                return msngset[fnode]
            return lookup_filenode_link

        # Add the nodes that were explicitly requested.
        def add_extra_nodes(name, nodes):
            if not extranodes or name not in extranodes:

            for node, linknode in extranodes[name]:
                if node not in nodes:
                    nodes[node] = linknode

        # Now that we have all theses utility functions to help out and
        # logically divide up the task, generate the group.
        def gengroup():
            # The set of changed files starts empty.
            changedfiles = {}
            collect = changegroup.collector(cl, msng_mnfst_set, changedfiles)

            # Create a changenode group generator that will call our functions
            # back to lookup the owning changenode and collect information.
            group =, identity, collect)
            cnt = 0
            for chnk in group:
                yield chnk
                self.ui.progress(_('bundling changes'), cnt, unit=_('chunks'))
                cnt += 1
            self.ui.progress(_('bundling changes'), None)

            # Figure out which manifest nodes (of the ones we think might be
            # part of the changegroup) the recipient must know about and
            # remove them from the changegroup.
            has_mnfst_set = set()
            for n in msng_mnfst_set:
                # If a 'missing' manifest thinks it belongs to a changenode
                # the recipient is assumed to have, obviously the recipient
                # must have that manifest.
                linknode = cl.node(mnfst.linkrev(mnfst.rev(n)))
                if linknode in has_cl_set:
            prune_parents(mnfst, has_mnfst_set, msng_mnfst_set)
            add_extra_nodes(1, msng_mnfst_set)
            msng_mnfst_lst = msng_mnfst_set.keys()
            # Sort the manifestnodes by revision number.
            # Create a generator for the manifestnodes that calls our lookup
            # and data collection functions back.
            group =, lookup_manifest_link,
            cnt = 0
            for chnk in group:
                yield chnk
                self.ui.progress(_('bundling manifests'), cnt, unit=_('chunks'))
                cnt += 1
            self.ui.progress(_('bundling manifests'), None)

            # These are no longer needed, dereference and toss the memory for
            # them.
            msng_mnfst_lst = None

            if extranodes:
                for fname in extranodes:
                    if isinstance(fname, int):
                    msng_filenode_set.setdefault(fname, {})
                    changedfiles[fname] = 1
            # Go through all our files in order sorted by name.
            cnt = 0
            for fname in sorted(changedfiles):
                filerevlog = self.file(fname)
                if not len(filerevlog):
                    raise util.Abort(_("empty or missing revlog for %s") % fname)
                # Toss out the filenodes that the recipient isn't really
                # missing.
                if fname in msng_filenode_set:
                    prune_filenodes(fname, filerevlog)
                    add_extra_nodes(fname, msng_filenode_set[fname])
                    msng_filenode_lst = msng_filenode_set[fname].keys()
                    msng_filenode_lst = []
                # If any filenodes are left, generate the group for them,
                # otherwise don't bother.
                if len(msng_filenode_lst) > 0:
                    yield changegroup.chunkheader(len(fname))
                    yield fname
                    # Sort the filenodes by their revision #
                    # Create a group generator and only pass in a changenode
                    # lookup function as we need to collect no information
                    # from filenodes.
                    group =,
                    for chnk in group:
                            _('bundling files'), cnt, item=fname, unit=_('chunks'))
                        cnt += 1
                        yield chnk
                if fname in msng_filenode_set:
                    # Don't need this anymore, toss it to free memory.
                    del msng_filenode_set[fname]
            # Signal that no more groups are left.
            yield changegroup.closechunk()
            self.ui.progress(_('bundling files'), None)

            if msng_cl_lst:
                self.hook('outgoing', node=hex(msng_cl_lst[0]), source=source)

        return util.chunkbuffer(gengroup())

    def changegroup(self, basenodes, source):
        # to avoid a race we use changegroupsubset() (issue1320)
        return self.changegroupsubset(basenodes, self.heads(), source)

    def _changegroup(self, nodes, source):
        """Compute the changegroup of all nodes that we have that a recipient
        doesn't.  Return a chunkbuffer object whose read() method will return
        successive changegroup chunks.

        This is much easier than the previous function as we can assume that
        the recipient has any changenode we aren't sending them.

        nodes is the set of nodes to send"""

        self.hook('preoutgoing', throw=True, source=source)

        cl = self.changelog
        revset = set([cl.rev(n) for n in nodes])
        self.changegroupinfo(nodes, source)

        def identity(x):
            return x

        def gennodelst(log):
            for r in log:
                if log.linkrev(r) in revset:
                    yield log.node(r)

        def lookuprevlink_func(revlog):
            def lookuprevlink(n):
                return cl.node(revlog.linkrev(revlog.rev(n)))
            return lookuprevlink

        def gengroup():
            '''yield a sequence of changegroup chunks (strings)'''
            # construct a list of all changed files
            changedfiles = {}
            mmfs = {}
            collect = changegroup.collector(cl, mmfs, changedfiles)

            cnt = 0
            for chnk in, identity, collect):
                self.ui.progress(_('bundling changes'), cnt, unit=_('chunks'))
                cnt += 1
                yield chnk
            self.ui.progress(_('bundling changes'), None)

            mnfst = self.manifest
            nodeiter = gennodelst(mnfst)
            cnt = 0
            for chnk in, lookuprevlink_func(mnfst)):
                self.ui.progress(_('bundling manifests'), cnt, unit=_('chunks'))
                cnt += 1
                yield chnk
            self.ui.progress(_('bundling manifests'), None)

            cnt = 0
            for fname in sorted(changedfiles):
                filerevlog = self.file(fname)
                if not len(filerevlog):
                    raise util.Abort(_("empty or missing revlog for %s") % fname)
                nodeiter = gennodelst(filerevlog)
                nodeiter = list(nodeiter)
                if nodeiter:
                    yield changegroup.chunkheader(len(fname))
                    yield fname
                    lookup = lookuprevlink_func(filerevlog)
                    for chnk in, lookup):
                            _('bundling files'), cnt, item=fname, unit=_('chunks'))
                        cnt += 1
                        yield chnk
            self.ui.progress(_('bundling files'), None)

            yield changegroup.closechunk()

            if nodes:
                self.hook('outgoing', node=hex(nodes[0]), source=source)

        return util.chunkbuffer(gengroup())

    def addchangegroup(self, source, srctype, url, emptyok=False):
        """add changegroup to repo.

        return values:
        - nothing changed or no source: 0
        - more heads than before: 1+added heads (2..n)
        - less heads than before: -1-removed heads (-2..-n)
        - number of heads stays the same: 1
        def csmap(x):
            self.ui.debug("add changeset %s\n" % short(x))
            return len(cl)

        def revmap(x):
            return cl.rev(x)

        if not source:
            return 0

        self.hook('prechangegroup', throw=True, source=srctype, url=url)

        changesets = files = revisions = 0
        efiles = set()

        # write changelog data to temp files so concurrent readers will not see
        # inconsistent view
        cl = self.changelog
        oldheads = len(cl.heads())

        tr = self.transaction("\n".join([srctype, urlmod.hidepassword(url)]))
            trp = weakref.proxy(tr)
            # pull off the changeset group
            self.ui.status(_("adding changesets\n"))
            clstart = len(cl)
            class prog(object):
                step = _('changesets')
                count = 1
                ui = self.ui
                total = None
                def __call__(self):
                    self.ui.progress(self.step, self.count, unit=_('chunks'),
                    self.count += 1
            pr = prog()
            chunkiter = changegroup.chunkiter(source, progress=pr)
            if cl.addgroup(chunkiter, csmap, trp) is None and not emptyok:
                raise util.Abort(_("received changelog group is empty"))
            clend = len(cl)
            changesets = clend - clstart
            for c in xrange(clstart, clend):
            efiles = len(efiles)
            self.ui.progress(_('changesets'), None)

            # pull off the manifest group
            self.ui.status(_("adding manifests\n"))
            pr.step = _('manifests')
            pr.count = 1
   = changesets # manifests <= changesets
            chunkiter = changegroup.chunkiter(source, progress=pr)
            # no need to check for empty manifest group here:
            # if the result of the merge of 1 and 2 is the same in 3 and 4,
            # no new manifest will be created and the manifest group will
            # be empty during the pull
            self.manifest.addgroup(chunkiter, revmap, trp)
            self.ui.progress(_('manifests'), None)

            needfiles = {}
            if self.ui.configbool('server', 'validate', default=False):
                # validate incoming csets have their manifests
                for cset in xrange(clstart, clend):
                    mfest =[0]
                    mfest = self.manifest.readdelta(mfest)
                    # store file nodes we must see
                    for f, n in mfest.iteritems():
                        needfiles.setdefault(f, set()).add(n)

            # process the files
            self.ui.status(_("adding file changes\n"))
            pr.step = 'files'
            pr.count = 1
   = efiles
            while 1:
                f = changegroup.getchunk(source)
                if not f:
                self.ui.debug("adding %s revisions\n" % f)
                fl = self.file(f)
                o = len(fl)
                chunkiter = changegroup.chunkiter(source)
                if fl.addgroup(chunkiter, revmap, trp) is None:
                    raise util.Abort(_("received file revlog group is empty"))
                revisions += len(fl) - o
                files += 1
                if f in needfiles:
                    needs = needfiles[f]
                    for new in xrange(o, len(fl)):
                        n = fl.node(new)
                        if n in needs:
                    if not needs:
                        del needfiles[f]
            self.ui.progress(_('files'), None)

            for f, needs in needfiles.iteritems():
                fl = self.file(f)
                for n in needs:
                    except error.LookupError:
                        raise util.Abort(
                            _('missing file data for %s:%s - run hg verify') %
                            (f, hex(n)))

            newheads = len(cl.heads())
            heads = ""
            if oldheads and newheads != oldheads:
                heads = _(" (%+d heads)") % (newheads - oldheads)

            self.ui.status(_("added %d changesets"
                             " with %d changes to %d files%s\n")
                             % (changesets, revisions, files, heads))

            if changesets > 0:
                p = lambda: cl.writepending() and self.root or ""
                self.hook('pretxnchangegroup', throw=True,
                          node=hex(cl.node(clstart)), source=srctype,
                          url=url, pending=p)

            # make changelog see real files again

            del tr

        if changesets > 0:
            # forcefully update the on-disk branch cache
            self.ui.debug("updating the branch cache\n")
            self.hook("changegroup", node=hex(cl.node(clstart)),
                      source=srctype, url=url)

            for i in xrange(clstart, clend):
                self.hook("incoming", node=hex(cl.node(i)),
                          source=srctype, url=url)

        # never return 0 here:
        if newheads < oldheads:
            return newheads - oldheads - 1
            return newheads - oldheads + 1

    def stream_in(self, remote):
        fp = remote.stream_out()
        l = fp.readline()
            resp = int(l)
        except ValueError:
            raise error.ResponseError(
                _('Unexpected response from remote server:'), l)
        if resp == 1:
            raise util.Abort(_('operation forbidden by server'))
        elif resp == 2:
            raise util.Abort(_('locking the remote repository failed'))
        elif resp != 0:
            raise util.Abort(_('the server sent an unknown error code'))
        self.ui.status(_('streaming all changes\n'))
        l = fp.readline()
            total_files, total_bytes = map(int, l.split(' ', 1))
        except (ValueError, TypeError):
            raise error.ResponseError(
                _('Unexpected response from remote server:'), l)
        self.ui.status(_('%d files to transfer, %s of data\n') %
                       (total_files, util.bytecount(total_bytes)))
        start = time.time()
        for i in xrange(total_files):
            # XXX doesn't support '\n' or '\r' in filenames
            l = fp.readline()
                name, size = l.split('\0', 1)
                size = int(size)
            except (ValueError, TypeError):
                raise error.ResponseError(
                    _('Unexpected response from remote server:'), l)
            self.ui.debug('adding %s (%s)\n' % (name, util.bytecount(size)))
            # for backwards compat, name was partially encoded
            ofp = self.sopener(store.decodedir(name), 'w')
            for chunk in util.filechunkiter(fp, limit=size):
        elapsed = time.time() - start
        if elapsed <= 0:
            elapsed = 0.001
        self.ui.status(_('transferred %s in %.1f seconds (%s/sec)\n') %
                       (util.bytecount(total_bytes), elapsed,
                        util.bytecount(total_bytes / elapsed)))
        return len(self.heads()) + 1

    def clone(self, remote, heads=[], stream=False):
        '''clone remote repository.

        keyword arguments:
        heads: list of revs to clone (forces use of pull)
        stream: use streaming clone if possible'''

        # now, all clients that can request uncompressed clones can
        # read repo formats supported by all servers that can serve
        # them.

        # if revlog format changes, client will have to check version
        # and format flags on "stream" capability, and use
        # uncompressed only if compatible.

        if stream and not heads and remote.capable('stream'):
            return self.stream_in(remote)
        return self.pull(remote, heads)

# used to avoid circular references so destructors work
def aftertrans(files):
    renamefiles = [tuple(t) for t in files]
    def a():
        for src, dest in renamefiles:
            util.rename(src, dest)
    return a

def instance(ui, path, create):
    return localrepository(ui, util.drop_scheme('file', path), create)

def islocal(path):
    return True