author Matt Mackall <mpm@selenic.com>
Fri, 22 Jan 2016 12:08:20 -0600
changeset 29894 4186d359046a87aa303132894dec49bbfb1fd87f
parent 27969 1aee2ab0f90293010b78f05c3daf2697866b1f30
permissions -rwxr-xr-x
log: speed up single file log with hidden revs (issue4747) On repos with lots of heads, the filelog() code could spend several minutes decompressing manifests. This change instead tries to efficiently scan the changelog for candidates and decompress as few manifests as possible. This is a regression introduced in 3.3 by the linkrev adjustment code. Prior to that, filelog was nearly instant. For the repo in the bug report, this improves time of a simple log command from ~3 minutes to ~.5 seconds, a 360x speedup. For the main Mercurial repo, a log of commands.py slows down from 1.14s to 1.45s, a 27% slowdown. This is still faster than the file() revset, which takes 2.1 seconds.

# This is an example of using HGEDITOR to create of diff to review the
# changes while committing.

# If you want to pass your favourite editor some other parameters
# only for Mercurial, modify this:
case "${EDITOR}" in
        EDITOR="$EDITOR -nw"
        EDITOR="$EDITOR -f -o"

cleanup_exit() {
    rm -rf "$HGTMP"

# Remove temporary files even if we get interrupted
trap "cleanup_exit" 0 # normal exit
trap "exit 255" HUP INT QUIT ABRT TERM

HGTMP=$(mktemp -d ${TMPDIR-/tmp}/hgeditor.XXXXXX)
[ x$HGTMP != x -a -d $HGTMP ] || {
  echo "Could not create temporary directory! Exiting." 1>&2
  exit 1

    grep '^HG: changed' "$1" | cut -b 13- | while read changed; do
        "$HG" diff "$changed" >> "$HGTMP/diff"

cat "$1" > "$HGTMP/msg"

MD5=$(which md5sum 2>/dev/null) || \
    MD5=$(which md5 2>/dev/null)
[ -x "${MD5}" ] && CHECKSUM=`${MD5} "$HGTMP/msg"`
if [ -s "$HGTMP/diff" ]; then
    $EDITOR "$HGTMP/msg" "$HGTMP/diff" || exit $?
    $EDITOR "$HGTMP/msg" || exit $?
[ -x "${MD5}" ] && (echo "$CHECKSUM" | ${MD5} -c >/dev/null 2>&1 && exit 13)

mv "$HGTMP/msg" "$1"

exit $?