Commit 920ba824 authored by Johann's avatar Johann Committed by Johann Koenig

remove unused tools

all_builds.py has been more or less replaced by Jenkins.

author_first_release.sh is unused.

ftfy.sh has been obviated by having the whole tree clang-format clean.

Change-Id: I741315ad9042e6e901f07410e93f28371db703b2
parent c58f0172
#!/usr/bin/python
import getopt
import subprocess
import sys
LONG_OPTIONS = ["shard=", "shards="]
BASE_COMMAND = "./configure --enable-internal-stats --enable-experimental"
def RunCommand(command):
run = subprocess.Popen(command, shell=True)
output = run.communicate()
if run.returncode:
print "Non-zero return code: " + str(run.returncode) + " => exiting!"
sys.exit(1)
def list_of_experiments():
experiments = []
configure_file = open("configure")
list_start = False
for line in configure_file.read().split("\n"):
if line == 'EXPERIMENT_LIST="':
list_start = True
elif line == '"':
list_start = False
elif list_start:
currently_broken = ["csm"]
experiment = line[4:]
if experiment not in currently_broken:
experiments.append(experiment)
return experiments
def main(argv):
# Parse arguments
options = {"--shard": 0, "--shards": 1}
if "--" in argv:
opt_end_index = argv.index("--")
else:
opt_end_index = len(argv)
try:
o, _ = getopt.getopt(argv[1:opt_end_index], None, LONG_OPTIONS)
except getopt.GetoptError, err:
print str(err)
print "Usage: %s [--shard=<n> --shards=<n>] -- [configure flag ...]"%argv[0]
sys.exit(2)
options.update(o)
extra_args = argv[opt_end_index + 1:]
# Shard experiment list
shard = int(options["--shard"])
shards = int(options["--shards"])
experiments = list_of_experiments()
base_command = " ".join([BASE_COMMAND] + extra_args)
configs = [base_command]
configs += ["%s --enable-%s" % (base_command, e) for e in experiments]
my_configs = zip(configs, range(len(configs)))
my_configs = filter(lambda x: x[1] % shards == shard, my_configs)
my_configs = [e[0] for e in my_configs]
# Run configs for this shard
for config in my_configs:
test_build(config)
def test_build(configure_command):
print "\033[34m\033[47mTesting %s\033[0m" % (configure_command)
RunCommand(configure_command)
RunCommand("make clean")
RunCommand("make")
if __name__ == "__main__":
main(sys.argv)
#!/bin/bash
##
## List the release each author first contributed to.
##
## Usage: author_first_release.sh [TAGS]
##
## If the TAGS arguments are unspecified, all tags reported by `git tag`
## will be considered.
##
tags=${@:-$(git tag)}
for tag in $tags; do
git shortlog -n -e -s $tag |
cut -f2- |
awk "{print \"${tag#v}\t\"\$0}"
done | sort -k2 | uniq -f2
#!/bin/sh
self="$0"
dirname_self=$(dirname "$self")
usage() {
cat <<EOF >&2
Usage: $self [option]
This script applies a whitespace transformation to the commit at HEAD. If no
options are given, then the modified files are left in the working tree.
Options:
-h, --help Shows this message
-n, --dry-run Shows a diff of the changes to be made.
--amend Squashes the changes into the commit at HEAD
This option will also reformat the commit message.
--commit Creates a new commit containing only the whitespace changes
--msg-only Reformat the commit message only, ignore the patch itself.
EOF
rm -f ${CLEAN_FILES}
exit 1
}
log() {
echo "${self##*/}: $@" >&2
}
vpx_style() {
for f; do
case "$f" in
*.h|*.c|*.cc)
clang-format -i --style=file "$f"
;;
esac
done
}
apply() {
[ $INTERSECT_RESULT -ne 0 ] && patch -p1 < "$1"
}
commit() {
LAST_CHANGEID=$(git show | awk '/Change-Id:/{print $2}')
if [ -z "$LAST_CHANGEID" ]; then
log "HEAD doesn't have a Change-Id, unable to generate a new commit"
exit 1
fi
# Build a deterministic Change-Id from the parent's
NEW_CHANGEID=${LAST_CHANGEID}-styled
NEW_CHANGEID=I$(echo $NEW_CHANGEID | git hash-object --stdin)
# Commit, preserving authorship from the parent commit.
git commit -a -C HEAD > /dev/null
git commit --amend -F- << EOF
Cosmetic: Fix whitespace in change ${LAST_CHANGEID:0:9}
Change-Id: ${NEW_CHANGEID}
EOF
}
show_commit_msg_diff() {
if [ $DIFF_MSG_RESULT -ne 0 ]; then
log "Modified commit message:"
diff -u "$ORIG_COMMIT_MSG" "$NEW_COMMIT_MSG" | tail -n +3
fi
}
amend() {
show_commit_msg_diff
if [ $DIFF_MSG_RESULT -ne 0 ] || [ $INTERSECT_RESULT -ne 0 ]; then
git commit -a --amend -F "$NEW_COMMIT_MSG"
fi
}
diff_msg() {
git log -1 --format=%B > "$ORIG_COMMIT_MSG"
"${dirname_self}"/wrap-commit-msg.py \
< "$ORIG_COMMIT_MSG" > "$NEW_COMMIT_MSG"
cmp -s "$ORIG_COMMIT_MSG" "$NEW_COMMIT_MSG"
DIFF_MSG_RESULT=$?
}
# Temporary files
ORIG_DIFF=orig.diff.$$
MODIFIED_DIFF=modified.diff.$$
FINAL_DIFF=final.diff.$$
ORIG_COMMIT_MSG=orig.commit-msg.$$
NEW_COMMIT_MSG=new.commit-msg.$$
CLEAN_FILES="${ORIG_DIFF} ${MODIFIED_DIFF} ${FINAL_DIFF}"
CLEAN_FILES="${CLEAN_FILES} ${ORIG_COMMIT_MSG} ${NEW_COMMIT_MSG}"
# Preconditions
[ $# -lt 2 ] || usage
if ! clang-format -version >/dev/null 2>&1; then
log "clang-format not found"
exit 1
fi
if ! git diff --quiet HEAD; then
log "Working tree is dirty, commit your changes first"
exit 1
fi
# Need to be in the root
cd "$(git rev-parse --show-toplevel)"
# Collect the original diff
git show > "${ORIG_DIFF}"
# Apply the style guide on new and modified files and collect its diff
for f in $(git diff HEAD^ --name-only -M90 --diff-filter=AM); do
case "$f" in
third_party/*) continue;;
esac
vpx_style "$f"
done
git diff --no-color --no-ext-diff > "${MODIFIED_DIFF}"
# Intersect the two diffs
"${dirname_self}"/intersect-diffs.py \
"${ORIG_DIFF}" "${MODIFIED_DIFF}" > "${FINAL_DIFF}"
INTERSECT_RESULT=$?
git reset --hard >/dev/null
# Fixup the commit message
diff_msg
# Handle options
if [ -n "$1" ]; then
case "$1" in
-h|--help) usage;;
-n|--dry-run) cat "${FINAL_DIFF}"; show_commit_msg_diff;;
--commit) apply "${FINAL_DIFF}"; commit;;
--amend) apply "${FINAL_DIFF}"; amend;;
--msg-only) amend;;
*) usage;;
esac
else
apply "${FINAL_DIFF}"
if ! git diff --quiet; then
log "Formatting changes applied, verify and commit."
log "See also: http://www.webmproject.org/code/contribute/conventions/"
git diff --stat
fi
fi
rm -f ${CLEAN_FILES}
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