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Subject[PATCH 05/18] scripts/get_maintainer.pl - support M: lines with names and multiple entries per M: line
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Signed-off-by: Joe Perches <joe@perches.com>
---
scripts/get_maintainer.pl | 145 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-----
1 files changed, 129 insertions(+), 16 deletions(-)
diff --git a/scripts/get_maintainer.pl b/scripts/get_maintainer.pl
index fe49122..e62e72f 100755
--- a/scripts/get_maintainer.pl
+++ b/scripts/get_maintainer.pl
@@ -55,6 +55,10 @@ foreach my $chief (@penguin_chief) {
}
my $penguin_chiefs = "\(" . join("|",@penguin_chief_names) . "\)";

+# rfc822 - preloaded methods go here.
+my $rfc822_lwsp = "(?:(?:\\r\\n)?[ \\t])";
+my $rfc822_char = '[\\000-\\177]';
+
if (!GetOptions(
'email!' => \$email,
'git!' => \$email_git,
@@ -392,18 +396,7 @@ sub add_categories {
}
} elsif ($ptype eq "M") {
if ($email_maintainer) {
- if ($index >= 0) {
- my $tv = $typevalue[$index - 1];
- if ($tv =~ m/^(\C):\s*(.*)/) {
- if ($1 eq "P" && $email_usename) {
- push(@email_to, format_email($2, $pvalue));
- } else {
- push(@email_to, $pvalue);
- }
- }
- } else {
- push(@email_to, $pvalue);
- }
+ push_email_addresses($pvalue);
}
} elsif ($ptype eq "T") {
push(@scm, $pvalue);
@@ -421,6 +414,36 @@ sub add_categories {
}
}

+sub push_email_address {
+ my ($email_address) = @_;
+
+ my $email_name = "";
+ if ($email_address =~ m/([^<]+)<(.*\@.*)>$/) {
+ $email_name = $1;
+ $email_address = $2;
+ }
+
+ if ($email_usename && $email_name) {
+ push(@email_to, format_email($email_name, $email_address));
+ } else {
+ push(@email_to, $email_address);
+ }
+}
+
+sub push_email_addresses {
+ my ($address) = @_;
+
+ my @address_list = ();
+
+ if (@address_list = rfc822_validlist($address)) {
+ my $array_count = shift(@address_list);
+ while (my $entry = shift(@address_list)) {
+ push_email_address($entry);
+ }
+ }
+
+}
+
sub which {
my ($bin) = @_;

@@ -480,10 +503,6 @@ sub recent_git_signoffs {
if ($line =~ m/(.+)<(.+)>/) {
my $git_name = $1;
my $git_addr = $2;
- $git_name =~ tr/^\"//;
- $git_name =~ tr/^\\s*//;
- $git_name =~ tr/\"$//;
- $git_name =~ tr/\\s*$//;
if ($email_usename) {
push(@email_to, format_email($git_name, $git_addr));
} else {
@@ -527,3 +546,97 @@ sub output {
print("\n");
}
}
+
+my $rfc822re;
+
+sub make_rfc822re {
+# Basic lexical tokens are specials, domain_literal, quoted_string, atom, and
+# comment. We must allow for rfc822_lwsp (or comments) after each of these.
+# This regexp will only work on addresses which have had comments stripped
+# and replaced with rfc822_lwsp.
+
+ my $specials = '()<>@,;:\\\\".\\[\\]';
+ my $controls = '\\000-\\037\\177';
+
+ my $dtext = "[^\\[\\]\\r\\\\]";
+ my $domain_literal = "\\[(?:$dtext|\\\\.)*\\]$rfc822_lwsp*";
+
+ my $quoted_string = "\"(?:[^\\\"\\r\\\\]|\\\\.|$rfc822_lwsp)*\"$rfc822_lwsp*";
+
+# Use zero-width assertion to spot the limit of an atom. A simple
+# $rfc822_lwsp* causes the regexp engine to hang occasionally.
+ my $atom = "[^$specials $controls]+(?:$rfc822_lwsp+|\\Z|(?=[\\[\"$specials]))";
+ my $word = "(?:$atom|$quoted_string)";
+ my $localpart = "$word(?:\\.$rfc822_lwsp*$word)*";
+
+ my $sub_domain = "(?:$atom|$domain_literal)";
+ my $domain = "$sub_domain(?:\\.$rfc822_lwsp*$sub_domain)*";
+
+ my $addr_spec = "$localpart\@$rfc822_lwsp*$domain";
+
+ my $phrase = "$word*";
+ my $route = "(?:\@$domain(?:,\@$rfc822_lwsp*$domain)*:$rfc822_lwsp*)";
+ my $route_addr = "\\<$rfc822_lwsp*$route?$addr_spec\\>$rfc822_lwsp*";
+ my $mailbox = "(?:$addr_spec|$phrase$route_addr)";
+
+ my $group = "$phrase:$rfc822_lwsp*(?:$mailbox(?:,\\s*$mailbox)*)?;\\s*";
+ my $address = "(?:$mailbox|$group)";
+
+ return "$rfc822_lwsp*$address";
+}
+
+sub rfc822_strip_comments {
+ my $s = shift;
+# Recursively remove comments, and replace with a single space. The simpler
+# regexps in the Email Addressing FAQ are imperfect - they will miss escaped
+# chars in atoms, for example.
+
+ while ($s =~ s/^((?:[^"\\]|\\.)*
+ (?:"(?:[^"\\]|\\.)*"(?:[^"\\]|\\.)*)*)
+ \((?:[^()\\]|\\.)*\)/$1 /osx) {}
+ return $s;
+}
+
+# valid: returns true if the parameter is an RFC822 valid address
+#
+sub rfc822_valid ($) {
+ my $s = rfc822_strip_comments(shift);
+
+ if (!$rfc822re) {
+ $rfc822re = make_rfc822re();
+ }
+
+ return $s =~ m/^$rfc822re$/so && $s =~ m/^$rfc822_char*$/;
+}
+
+# validlist: In scalar context, returns true if the parameter is an RFC822
+# valid list of addresses.
+#
+# In list context, returns an empty list on failure (an invalid
+# address was found); otherwise a list whose first element is the
+# number of addresses found and whose remaining elements are the
+# addresses. This is needed to disambiguate failure (invalid)
+# from success with no addresses found, because an empty string is
+# a valid list.
+
+sub rfc822_validlist ($) {
+ my $s = rfc822_strip_comments(shift);
+
+ if (!$rfc822re) {
+ $rfc822re = make_rfc822re();
+ }
+ # * null list items are valid according to the RFC
+ # * the '1' business is to aid in distinguishing failure from no results
+
+ my @r;
+ if ($s =~ m/^(?:$rfc822re)?(?:,(?:$rfc822re)?)*$/so &&
+ $s =~ m/^$rfc822_char*$/) {
+ while($s =~ m/(?:^|,$rfc822_lwsp*)($rfc822re)/gos) {
+ push @r, $1;
+ }
+ return wantarray ? (scalar(@r), @r) : 1;
+ }
+ else {
+ return wantarray ? () : 0;
+ }
+}
--
1.6.3.1.10.g659a0.dirty


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