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#!/bin/bash

# this is meant to be run on your *client* (where you edit and commit files
# in a gitolite-admin *working* repo), not on the gitolite server.
#
# TO USE
# ======

# To use this, first upgrade gitolite to the latest on the server; you need at
# least v3.6.7.
#
# Then, on the client:
#
#   1.  copy this file (contrib/utils/testconf in the latest gitolite) to
#       somewhere in your $PATH
#   2.  modify the following lines if you wish (default should be fine for
#       most people):

    # a semi-permanent area to play in (please delete it manually if you want to start afresh).
    testconf=$HOME/GITOLITE-TESTCONF
    # the gitolite source code
    gitolite_url=git://github.com/sitaramc/gitolite

#   3.  go to your gitolite-admin clone and make suitable changes; see example
#       below.  No need to push to the server, yet.
#   4.  run 'testconf`
#
# CAVEAT: include files are not handled the same way gitolite parsing handles
# them -- we just cat all the conf files together, in sorted order.
#
# If the tests ran OK, push your changes to the server as usual.

# EXAMPLE changes to gitolite.conf
# ================================
# Say you have these rules in the conf file:
#
#     repo foo
#         R       =   u1
#         RW      =   u2
#         RW+     =   u3
#
# To create test code for this, add the following lines to the conf file.
#
#     =begin testconf
#     # you can put arbitrary bash code here, but a simple example follows
#
#     ok() { "$@" && echo ok || echo "not ok ($*)"; }
#     nok() { ! "$@" && echo ok || echo "not ok ($*)"; }
#
#     ok gitolite access -q foo u1 R
#     nok gitolite access -q foo u1 W
#
#     ok gitolite access -q foo u2 W
#     nok gitolite access -q foo u2 +
#
#     ok gitolite access -q foo u3 +
#     =end
#
# Note that you can actually put in any bash code between the 'begin' and
# 'end' lines; the above is just a useful sample/template.
#
# Because of the 'begin' and 'end' lines, gitolite will ignore those lines
# when processing the conf file ON THE SERVER.
#
# (optional) TAP compliance
# =========================
# if you add a line 'echo 1..5' (in this case, since there are 5 ok/nok lines;
# you will certainly have more) to the top the file, you can run
#
#   prove `which testconf`
#
# which will give you a much nicer output.  The only issue is if you have
# include files, you will need to put that in the file whose name is sorted
# first!

# ----------------------------------------------------------------------
od=$PWD

# prep

mkdir -p $testconf
cd $testconf

export HOME=$PWD
export PATH=$PWD/gitolite/src:$PATH

[ -d gitolite ] || {

    echo getting gitolite source...
    git clone $gitolite_url gitolite
    echo

    echo installing gitolite...
    gitolite/install >/dev/null
    echo

    echo setting up gitolite...
    gitolite setup -a admin
    echo

}

# copy conf from $od

rm -rf           $testconf/.gitolite/conf
mkdir -p         $testconf/.gitolite/conf
cp -a $od/conf/* $testconf/.gitolite/conf/

# compile+

gitolite compile
gitolite trigger POST_COMPILE

# snarf bits of code from conf files and run them

cat `find $testconf/.gitolite/conf -type f -name "*.conf" | sort` |
    perl -ne '
        print if /^=begin testconf$/ .. /^=end$/ and not /^=(begin|end)/;
    ' | /bin/bash