# - directory-level update/merge handling for Mercurial
# Copyright 2006, 2007 Matt Mackall <>
# This software may be used and distributed according to the terms of the
# GNU General Public License version 2 or any later version.

from node import nullid, nullrev, hex, bin
from i18n import _
import scmutil, util, filemerge, copies, subrepo
import errno, os, shutil

class mergestate(object):
    '''track 3-way merge state of individual files'''
    def __init__(self, repo):
        self._repo = repo
        self._dirty = False
    def reset(self, node=None):
        self._state = {}
        if node:
            self._local = node
        shutil.rmtree(self._repo.join("merge"), True)
        self._dirty = False
    def _read(self):
        self._state = {}
            f = self._repo.opener("merge/state")
            for i, l in enumerate(f):
                if i == 0:
                    self._local = bin(l[:-1])
                    bits = l[:-1].split("\0")
                    self._state[bits[0]] = bits[1:]
        except IOError, err:
            if err.errno != errno.ENOENT:
        self._dirty = False
    def commit(self):
        if self._dirty:
            f = self._repo.opener("merge/state", "w")
            f.write(hex(self._local) + "\n")
            for d, v in self._state.iteritems():
                f.write("\0".join([d] + v) + "\n")
            self._dirty = False
    def add(self, fcl, fco, fca, fd, flags):
        hash = util.sha1(fcl.path()).hexdigest()
        self._repo.opener.write("merge/" + hash,
        self._state[fd] = ['u', hash, fcl.path(), fca.path(),
                           hex(fca.filenode()), fco.path(), flags]
        self._dirty = True
    def __contains__(self, dfile):
        return dfile in self._state
    def __getitem__(self, dfile):
        return self._state[dfile][0]
    def __iter__(self):
        l = self._state.keys()
        for f in l:
            yield f
    def mark(self, dfile, state):
        self._state[dfile][0] = state
        self._dirty = True
    def resolve(self, dfile, wctx, octx):
        if self[dfile] == 'r':
            return 0
        state, hash, lfile, afile, anode, ofile, flags = self._state[dfile]
        f = self._repo.opener("merge/" + hash)
        self._repo.wwrite(dfile,, flags)
        fcd = wctx[dfile]
        fco = octx[ofile]
        fca = self._repo.filectx(afile, fileid=anode)
        r = filemerge.filemerge(self._repo, self._local, lfile, fcd, fco, fca)
        if r is None:
            # no real conflict
            del self._state[dfile]
        elif not r:
            self.mark(dfile, 'r')
        return r

def _checkunknownfile(repo, wctx, mctx, f):
    return (not repo.dirstate._ignore(f)
        and os.path.isfile(repo.wjoin(f))
        and repo.dirstate.normalize(f) not in repo.dirstate
        and mctx[f].cmp(wctx[f]))

def _checkunknown(repo, wctx, mctx):
    "check for collisions between unknown files and files in mctx"

    error = False
    for f in mctx:
        if f not in wctx and _checkunknownfile(repo, wctx, mctx, f):
            error = True
            wctx._repo.ui.warn(_("%s: untracked file differs\n") % f)
    if error:
        raise util.Abort(_("untracked files in working directory differ "
                           "from files in requested revision"))

def _checkcollision(mctx, wctx):
    "check for case folding collisions in the destination context"
    folded = {}
    for fn in mctx:
        fold = util.normcase(fn)
        if fold in folded:
            raise util.Abort(_("case-folding collision between %s and %s")
                             % (fn, folded[fold]))
        folded[fold] = fn

    if wctx:
        # class to delay looking up copy mapping
        class pathcopies(object):
            def map(self):
                # {dst@mctx: src@wctx} copy mapping
                return copies.pathcopies(wctx, mctx)
        pc = pathcopies()

        for fn in wctx:
            fold = util.normcase(fn)
            mfn = folded.get(fold, None)
            if mfn and mfn != fn and != fn:
                raise util.Abort(_("case-folding collision between %s and %s")
                                 % (mfn, fn))

def _forgetremoved(wctx, mctx, branchmerge):
    Forget removed files

    If we're jumping between revisions (as opposed to merging), and if
    neither the working directory nor the target rev has the file,
    then we need to remove it from the dirstate, to prevent the
    dirstate from listing the file when it is no longer in the

    If we're merging, and the other revision has removed a file
    that is not present in the working directory, we need to mark it
    as removed.

    action = []
    state = branchmerge and 'r' or 'f'
    for f in wctx.deleted():
        if f not in mctx:
            action.append((f, state))

    if not branchmerge:
        for f in wctx.removed():
            if f not in mctx:
                action.append((f, "f"))

    return action

def manifestmerge(repo, p1, p2, pa, overwrite, partial):
    Merge p1 and p2 with ancestor pa and generate merge action list

    overwrite = whether we clobber working files
    partial = function to filter file lists

    def fmerge(f, f2, fa):
        """merge flags"""
        a, m, n = ma.flags(fa), m1.flags(f), m2.flags(f2)
        if m == n: # flags agree
            return m # unchanged
        if m and n and not a: # flags set, don't agree, differ from parent
            r = repo.ui.promptchoice(
                _(" conflicting flags for %s\n"
                  "(n)one, e(x)ec or sym(l)ink?") % f,
                (_("&None"), _("E&xec"), _("Sym&link")), 0)
            if r == 1:
                return "x" # Exec
            if r == 2:
                return "l" # Symlink
            return ""
        if m and m != a: # changed from a to m
            return m
        if n and n != a: # changed from a to n
            if (n == 'l' or a == 'l') and m1.get(f) != ma.get(f):
                # can't automatically merge symlink flag when there
                # are file-level conflicts here, let filemerge take
                # care of it
                return m
            return n
        return '' # flag was cleared

    def act(msg, m, f, *args):
        repo.ui.debug(" %s: %s -> %s\n" % (f, msg, m))
        action.append((f, m) + args)

    action, copy = [], {}

    if overwrite:
        pa = p1
    elif pa == p2: # backwards
        pa = p1.p1()
    elif pa and repo.ui.configbool("merge", "followcopies", True):
        copy, diverge = copies.mergecopies(repo, p1, p2, pa)
        for of, fl in diverge.iteritems():
            act("divergent renames", "dr", of, fl)

    repo.ui.note(_("resolving manifests\n"))
    repo.ui.debug(" overwrite: %s, partial: %s\n"
                  % (bool(overwrite), bool(partial)))
    repo.ui.debug(" ancestor: %s, local: %s, remote: %s\n" % (pa, p1, p2))

    m1, m2, ma = p1.manifest(), p2.manifest(), pa.manifest()
    copied = set(copy.values())

    if '.hgsubstate' in m1:
        # check whether sub state is modified
        for s in p1.substate:
            if p1.sub(s).dirty():
                m1['.hgsubstate'] += "+"

    # Compare manifests
    for f, n in m1.iteritems():
        if partial and not partial(f):
        if f in m2:
            rflags = fmerge(f, f, f)
            a = ma.get(f, nullid)
            if n == m2[f] or m2[f] == a: # same or local newer
                # is file locally modified or flags need changing?
                # dirstate flags may need to be made current
                if m1.flags(f) != rflags or n[20:]:
                    act("update permissions", "e", f, rflags)
            elif n == a: # remote newer
                act("remote is newer", "g", f, rflags)
            else: # both changed
                act("versions differ", "m", f, f, f, rflags, False)
        elif f in copied: # files we'll deal with on m2 side
        elif f in copy:
            f2 = copy[f]
            if f2 not in m2: # directory rename
                act("remote renamed directory to " + f2, "d",
                    f, None, f2, m1.flags(f))
            else: # case 2 A,B/B/B or case 4,21 A/B/B
                act("local copied/moved to " + f2, "m",
                    f, f2, f, fmerge(f, f2, f2), False)
        elif f in ma: # clean, a different, no remote
            if n != ma[f]:
                if repo.ui.promptchoice(
                    _(" local changed %s which remote deleted\n"
                      "use (c)hanged version or (d)elete?") % f,
                    (_("&Changed"), _("&Delete")), 0):
                    act("prompt delete", "r", f)
                    act("prompt keep", "a", f)
            elif n[20:] == "a": # added, no remote
                act("remote deleted", "f", f)
                act("other deleted", "r", f)

    for f, n in m2.iteritems():
        if partial and not partial(f):
        if f in m1 or f in copied: # files already visited
        if f in copy:
            f2 = copy[f]
            if f2 not in m1: # directory rename
                act("local renamed directory to " + f2, "d",
                    None, f, f2, m2.flags(f))
            elif f2 in m2: # rename case 1, A/A,B/A
                act("remote copied to " + f, "m",
                    f2, f, f, fmerge(f2, f, f2), False)
            else: # case 3,20 A/B/A
                act("remote moved to " + f, "m",
                    f2, f, f, fmerge(f2, f, f2), True)
        elif f not in ma:
            if (not overwrite
                and _checkunknownfile(repo, p1, p2, f)):
                rflags = fmerge(f, f, f)
                act("remote differs from untracked local",
                    "m", f, f, f, rflags, False)
                act("remote created", "g", f, m2.flags(f))
        elif n != ma[f]:
            if repo.ui.promptchoice(
                _("remote changed %s which local deleted\n"
                  "use (c)hanged version or leave (d)eleted?") % f,
                (_("&Changed"), _("&Deleted")), 0) == 0:
                act("prompt recreating", "g", f, m2.flags(f))

    return action

def actionkey(a):
    return a[1] == 'r' and -1 or 0, a

def applyupdates(repo, action, wctx, mctx, actx, overwrite):
    """apply the merge action list to the working directory

    wctx is the working copy context
    mctx is the context to be merged into the working copy
    actx is the context of the common ancestor

    Return a tuple of counts (updated, merged, removed, unresolved) that
    describes how many files were affected by the update.

    updated, merged, removed, unresolved = 0, 0, 0, 0
    ms = mergestate(repo)
    moves = []

    # prescan for merges
    for a in action:
        f, m = a[:2]
        if m == 'm': # merge
            f2, fd, flags, move = a[2:]
            if f == '.hgsubstate': # merged internally
            repo.ui.debug("preserving %s for resolve of %s\n" % (f, fd))
            fcl = wctx[f]
            fco = mctx[f2]
            if mctx == actx: # backwards, use working dir parent as ancestor
                if fcl.parents():
                    fca = fcl.p1()
                    fca = repo.filectx(f, fileid=nullrev)
                fca = fcl.ancestor(fco, actx)
            if not fca:
                fca = repo.filectx(f, fileid=nullrev)
            ms.add(fcl, fco, fca, fd, flags)
            if f != fd and move:

    audit = scmutil.pathauditor(repo.root)

    # remove renamed files after safely stored
    for f in moves:
        if os.path.lexists(repo.wjoin(f)):
            repo.ui.debug("removing %s\n" % f)

    numupdates = len(action)
    for i, a in enumerate(action):
        f, m = a[:2]
        repo.ui.progress(_('updating'), i + 1, item=f, total=numupdates,
        if f and f[0] == "/":
        if m == "r": # remove
            repo.ui.note(_("removing %s\n") % f)
            if f == '.hgsubstate': # subrepo states need updating
                subrepo.submerge(repo, wctx, mctx, wctx, overwrite)
            except OSError, inst:
                if inst.errno != errno.ENOENT:
                    repo.ui.warn(_("update failed to remove %s: %s!\n") %
                                 (f, inst.strerror))
            removed += 1
        elif m == "m": # merge
            if f == '.hgsubstate': # subrepo states need updating
                subrepo.submerge(repo, wctx, mctx, wctx.ancestor(mctx), overwrite)
            f2, fd, flags, move = a[2:]
            r = ms.resolve(fd, wctx, mctx)
            if r is not None and r > 0:
                unresolved += 1
                if r is None:
                    updated += 1
                    merged += 1
            if (move and repo.dirstate.normalize(fd) != f
                and os.path.lexists(repo.wjoin(f))):
                repo.ui.debug("removing %s\n" % f)
        elif m == "g": # get
            flags = a[2]
            repo.ui.note(_("getting %s\n") % f)
            t = mctx.filectx(f).data()
            repo.wwrite(f, t, flags)
            t = None
            updated += 1
            if f == '.hgsubstate': # subrepo states need updating
                subrepo.submerge(repo, wctx, mctx, wctx, overwrite)
        elif m == "d": # directory rename
            f2, fd, flags = a[2:]
            if f:
                repo.ui.note(_("moving %s to %s\n") % (f, fd))
                t = wctx.filectx(f).data()
                repo.wwrite(fd, t, flags)
            if f2:
                repo.ui.note(_("getting %s to %s\n") % (f2, fd))
                t = mctx.filectx(f2).data()
                repo.wwrite(fd, t, flags)
            updated += 1
        elif m == "dr": # divergent renames
            fl = a[2]
            repo.ui.warn(_("note: possible conflict - %s was renamed "
                           "multiple times to:\n") % f)
            for nf in fl:
                repo.ui.warn(" %s\n" % nf)
        elif m == "e": # exec
            flags = a[2]
            util.setflags(repo.wjoin(f), 'l' in flags, 'x' in flags)
    repo.ui.progress(_('updating'), None, total=numupdates, unit=_('files'))

    return updated, merged, removed, unresolved

def recordupdates(repo, action, branchmerge):
    "record merge actions to the dirstate"

    for a in action:
        f, m = a[:2]
        if m == "r": # remove
            if branchmerge:
        elif m == "a": # re-add
            if not branchmerge:
        elif m == "f": # forget
        elif m == "e": # exec change
        elif m == "g": # get
            if branchmerge:
        elif m == "m": # merge
            f2, fd, flag, move = a[2:]
            if branchmerge:
                # We've done a branch merge, mark this file as merged
                # so that we properly record the merger later
                if f != f2: # copy/rename
                    if move:
                    if f != fd:
                        repo.dirstate.copy(f, fd)
                        repo.dirstate.copy(f2, fd)
                # We've update-merged a locally modified file, so
                # we set the dirstate to emulate a normal checkout
                # of that file some time in the past. Thus our
                # merge will appear as a normal local file
                # modification.
                if f2 == fd: # file not locally copied/moved
                if move:
        elif m == "d": # directory rename
            f2, fd, flag = a[2:]
            if not f2 and f not in repo.dirstate:
                # untracked file moved
            if branchmerge:
                if f:
                    repo.dirstate.copy(f, fd)
                if f2:
                    repo.dirstate.copy(f2, fd)
                if f:

def update(repo, node, branchmerge, force, partial, ancestor=None):
    Perform a merge between the working directory and the given node

    node = the node to update to, or None if unspecified
    branchmerge = whether to merge between branches
    force = whether to force branch merging or file overwriting
    partial = a function to filter file lists (dirstate not updated)

    The table below shows all the behaviors of the update command
    given the -c and -C or no options, whether the working directory
    is dirty, whether a revision is specified, and the relationship of
    the parent rev to the target rev (linear, on the same named
    branch, or on another named branch).

    This logic is tested by test-update-branches.t.

    -c -C dirty rev | linear same cross
     n n n n | ok (1) x
     n n n y | ok ok ok
     n n y * | merge (2) (2)
     n y * * | --- discard ---
     y n y * | --- (3) ---
     y n n * | --- ok ---
     y y * * | --- (4) ---

    x = can't happen
    * = don't-care
    1 = abort: crosses branches (use 'hg merge' or 'hg update -c')
    2 = abort: crosses branches (use 'hg merge' to merge or
                 use 'hg update -C' to discard changes)
    3 = abort: uncommitted local changes
    4 = incompatible options (checked in

    Return the same tuple as applyupdates().

    onode = node
    wlock = repo.wlock()
        wc = repo[None]
        if node is None:
            # tip of current branch
                node = repo.branchtags()[wc.branch()]
            except KeyError:
                if wc.branch() == "default": # no default branch!
                    node = repo.lookup("tip") # update to tip
                    raise util.Abort(_("branch %s not found") % wc.branch())
        overwrite = force and not branchmerge
        pl = wc.parents()
        p1, p2 = pl[0], repo[node]
        if ancestor:
            pa = repo[ancestor]
            pa = p1.ancestor(p2)

        fp1, fp2, xp1, xp2 = p1.node(), p2.node(), str(p1), str(p2)

        ### check phase
        if not overwrite and len(pl) > 1:
            raise util.Abort(_("outstanding uncommitted merges"))
        if branchmerge:
            if pa == p2:
                raise util.Abort(_("merging with a working directory ancestor"
                                   " has no effect"))
            elif pa == p1:
                if p1.branch() == p2.branch():
                    raise util.Abort(_("nothing to merge"),
                                     hint=_("use 'hg update' "
                                            "or check 'hg heads'"))
            if not force and (wc.files() or wc.deleted()):
                raise util.Abort(_("outstanding uncommitted changes"),
                                 hint=_("use 'hg status' to list changes"))
            for s in wc.substate:
                if wc.sub(s).dirty():
                    raise util.Abort(_("outstanding uncommitted changes in "
                                       "subrepository '%s'") % s)

        elif not overwrite:
            if pa == p1 or pa == p2: # linear
                pass # all good
            elif wc.dirty(missing=True):
                raise util.Abort(_("crosses branches (merge branches or use"
                                   " --clean to discard changes)"))
            elif onode is None:
                raise util.Abort(_("crosses branches (merge branches or update"
                                   " --check to force update)"))
                # Allow jumping branches if clean and specific rev given
                pa = p1

        ### calculate phase
        action = []
        folding = not util.checkcase(repo.path)
        if folding:
            # collision check is not needed for clean update
            if (not branchmerge and
                (force or not wc.dirty(missing=True, branch=False))):
                _checkcollision(p2, None)
                _checkcollision(p2, wc)
        if not force:
            _checkunknown(repo, wc, p2)
        action += _forgetremoved(wc, p2, branchmerge)
        action += manifestmerge(repo, wc, p2, pa, overwrite, partial)

        ### apply phase
        if not branchmerge: # just jump to the new rev
            fp1, fp2, xp1, xp2 = fp2, nullid, xp2, ''
        if not partial:
            repo.hook('preupdate', throw=True, parent1=xp1, parent2=xp2)

        stats = applyupdates(repo, action, wc, p2, pa, overwrite)

        if not partial:
            repo.setparents(fp1, fp2)
            recordupdates(repo, action, branchmerge)
            if not branchmerge:

    if not partial:
        repo.hook('update', parent1=xp1, parent2=xp2, error=stats[3])
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