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Re: [libvirt] Publishing libvirt 'patches' JSON database?



On Wed, Mar 23, 2016 at 06:46:53PM +0000, Daniel P. Berrange wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 23, 2016 at 04:34:26PM +0100, Kashyap Chamarthy wrote:
> [snip]
> 
> So things turn out to be a bit more complicated for libvirt than for
> QEMU, because we have one mailing list accepting patches for 10+
> different git repositories.

Ah-ha, good point.

> Patches has no built-in support for this
> model, so you have to create a separate configuration file for each
> repo, so that it stores the patches json file separately for each
> and then pass that config file when fetching
> 
>   git clone git://github.com/stefanha/patches.git
> 
>   REPOS="libvirt libvirt-designer libvirt-glib libvirt-java
>          libvirt-perl libvirt-php libvirt-python libvirt-sandbox
>          libvirt-snmp libvirt-tck"
>   for repo in $REPOS
>   do
>     cat > $HOME/.patchesrc-$repo <<EOF
> [options]
> patches_dir=$HOME/.patches/$repo
> 
> [fetch]
> url=http://libvirt.org/patches/$repo/patches.json
> EOF

Yeah, this nicely solves it currently, thanks for clearly spelling it
out.

How often are the JSON databases updated?  Once daily at least, I
presume.

>     cat > $HOME/bin/patchesrc-$repo <<EOF
> #!/bin/sh
> 
> exec $HOME/patches/patches --config $HOME/.patchesrc-$repo \$@
> EOF
> 
>     chmod +x $HOME/bin/patchesrc-$repo
>   done
> 
> 
> Now, assuming $HOME/bin is in your $PATH, you can run
> 
>  $ patches-libvirt fetch
>  $ patches-libvirt list
> 
> Or to look at other repos, eg sandbox
> 
> 
>  $ patches-libvirt-sandbox fetch
>  $ patches-libvirt-sandbox list
> patchesrc-libvirt-sandbox list
> Message-id: 20160323074705 GA4974 bogon m sigxcpu org
> From: Guido G√ľnther <agx sigxcpu org>
> Date: 2016-03-23
>    [1/1] Ignore generated file
> 
>  $ patches-libvirt-sandbox apply id:20160323074705 GA4974 bogon m sigxcpu org
> 
> nb assumes your $CWD is the libvirt-sandbox git checkout

Excellent, I tested with just the libvirt repo, works perfectly well.

Thanks for the quick action!

-- 
/kashyap


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