superproject: print messages if the manifest has superproject tag.

1) If the manifest has superproject tag (git_master, etc), then
   display error/warning messages (as it is doing today)
2) If the manifest doesn't have superproject tag (nest, chromeos
   manifests), then don't display any error/warning messages about
   superrproject (behave as though user has specified
   --no-use-superproject).
3) Print error/warning messages if --use-superproject passed as
   argument to repo sync.
4) No change in behavior for the repo init command.

git_superproject.py:
+ Fixed typo in _WriteManifestFile method name
+ Superproject accepts print_message  as an argument and it defaults
  to True. All messages that are printed to stderr are controlled by
  this flag. If it is True, then messages get printed.
+ Added PrintMessages function which return true if either
  --use-superproject is specified on the command line or if the
  manifest has a superproject tag.

sync.py:
+ Displays the warning message if PrintMessgages are enabled and
  passes that as argument to superproject object.
+ Added 'hassuperprojecttag' trace2 log entry for analysis. We can
  find users/branches that are using superproject, but the manifest is
  missing the superproject tag.

Tested:
$ ./run_tests

+ Verified printing of messages with and without superproject tag, with
  with --use-superproject option.

+ aosp-master
  $ repo_dev init --use-superproject -u https://android.googlesource.com/platform/manifest
  $ repo_dev sync

+ A manifest without superproject tag.
  $ repo_dev init -m $(pwd)/manifest_7482982.xml
  $ repo_dev sync -n -c -j32 -m $(pwd)/manifest_7482982.xml

Bug: [google internal] b/196411099
Change-Id: I92166dcad15a4129fab82edcf869e7c8db3efd4b
Reviewed-on: https://gerrit-review.googlesource.com/c/git-repo/+/314982
Reviewed-by: Xin Li <delphij@google.com>
Tested-by: Raman Tenneti <rtenneti@google.com>
4 files changed
tree: 3c19999b962d6f4e0de02e4585ae99c949d82117
  1. .flake8
  2. .gitattributes
  3. .github/
  4. .gitignore
  5. .mailmap
  6. .project
  7. .pydevproject
  8. LICENSE
  9. MANIFEST.in
  10. README.md
  11. SUBMITTING_PATCHES.md
  12. color.py
  13. command.py
  14. completion.bash
  15. docs/
  16. editor.py
  17. error.py
  18. event_log.py
  19. git_command.py
  20. git_config.py
  21. git_refs.py
  22. git_ssh
  23. git_superproject.py
  24. git_trace2_event_log.py
  25. gitc_utils.py
  26. hooks.py
  27. hooks/
  28. main.py
  29. man/
  30. manifest_xml.py
  31. pager.py
  32. platform_utils.py
  33. platform_utils_win32.py
  34. progress.py
  35. project.py
  36. release/
  37. repo
  38. repo_trace.py
  39. requirements.json
  40. run_tests
  41. setup.py
  42. ssh.py
  43. subcmds/
  44. tests/
  45. tox.ini
  46. wrapper.py
README.md

repo

Repo is a tool built on top of Git. Repo helps manage many Git repositories, does the uploads to revision control systems, and automates parts of the development workflow. Repo is not meant to replace Git, only to make it easier to work with Git. The repo command is an executable Python script that you can put anywhere in your path.

Contact

Please use the repo-discuss mailing list or issue tracker for questions.

You can file a new bug report under the “repo” component.

Please do not e-mail individual developers for support. They do not have the bandwidth for it, and often times questions have already been asked on repo-discuss or bugs posted to the issue tracker. So please search those sites first.

Install

Many distros include repo, so you might be able to install from there.

# Debian/Ubuntu.
$ sudo apt-get install repo

# Gentoo.
$ sudo emerge dev-vcs/repo

You can install it manually as well as it's a single script.

$ mkdir -p ~/.bin
$ PATH="${HOME}/.bin:${PATH}"
$ curl https://storage.googleapis.com/git-repo-downloads/repo > ~/.bin/repo
$ chmod a+rx ~/.bin/repo