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SubjectRe: [PATCH v2 04/11] staging: pi433: Rename enum optionOnOff in rf69_enum.h
On Thu, Dec 07, 2017 at 12:17:32AM +0200, Marcus Wolf wrote:
> To be honest, I am a little bit astonished about that question. Don't you do
> a regression test after such a redesign? I would be a little bit afraid to
> offer such redesign without testing.

He probably doesn't have the hardware... That's fine. Most patches to
staging are like this. We have a pretty good track record for rarely
introducing bugs.

This patchset is pretty easy to review with confidence because it's
mostly just renames so there are only a few bits to review by hand.
I've attached the perl script I use for reviewing renames and indent
changes.

regards,
dan carpenter
#!/usr/bin/perl

# This is a tool to help review variable rename patches. The goal is
# to strip out the automatic sed renames and the white space changes
# and leaves the interesting code changes.
#
# Example 1: A patch renames openInfo to open_info:
# cat diff | rename_review.pl openInfo open_info
#
# Example 2: A patch swaps the first two arguments to some_func():
# cat diff | rename_review.pl \
# -e 's/some_func\((.*?),(.*?),/some_func\($2, $1,/'
#
# Example 3: A patch removes the xkcd_ prefix from some but not all the
# variables. Instead of trying to figure out which variables were renamed
# just remove the prefix from them all:
# cat diff | rename_review.pl -ea 's/xkcd_//g'
#
# Example 4: A patch renames 20 CamelCase variables. To review this let's
# just ignore all case changes and all '_' chars.
# cat diff | rename_review -ea 'tr/[A-Z]/[a-z]/' -ea 's/_//g'
#
# The other arguments are:
# -nc removes comments
# -ns removes '\' chars if they are at the end of the line.

use strict;
use File::Temp qw/ :mktemp /;

sub usage() {
print "usage: cat diff | $0 old new old new old new...\n";
print " or: cat diff | $0 -e 's/old/new/g'\n";
print " -a : auto";
print " -e : execute on old lines\n";
print " -ea: execute on all lines\n";
print " -nc: no comments\n";
print " -nb: no unneeded braces\n";
print " -ns: no slashes at the end of a line\n";
print " -pull: for function pull. deletes context.\n";
print " -r <recipe>: NULL, bool";
exit(1);
}
my @subs;
my @strict_subs;
my @cmds;
my $strip_comments;
my $strip_braces;
my $strip_slashes;
my $pull_context;
my $auto;

sub filter($) {
my $line = shift();
my $old = 0;
if ($line =~ /^-/) {
$old = 1;
}
# remove the first char
$line =~ s/^[ +-]//;
if ($strip_comments) {
$line =~ s/\/\*.*?\*\///g;
$line =~ s/\/\/.*//;
}
foreach my $cmd (@cmds) {
if ($old || $cmd->[0] =~ /^-ea$/) {
eval "\$line =~ $cmd->[1]";
}
}
foreach my $sub (@subs) {
if ($old) {
$line =~ s/$sub->[0]/$sub->[1]/g;
}
}
foreach my $sub (@strict_subs) {
if ($old) {
$line =~ s/\b$sub->[0]\b/$sub->[1]/g;
}
}

# remove the newline so we can move curly braces here if we want.
$line =~ s/\n//;
return $line;
}

while (my $param1 = shift()) {
if ($param1 =~ /^-a$/) {
$auto = 1;
next;
}
if ($param1 =~ /^-nc$/) {
$strip_comments = 1;
next;
}
if ($param1 =~ /^-nb$/) {
$strip_braces = 1;
next;
}
if ($param1 =~ /^-ns$/) {
$strip_slashes = 1;
next;
}
if ($param1 =~ /^-pull$/) {
$pull_context = 1;
next;
}
my $param2 = shift();
if ($param2 =~ /^$/) {
usage();
}
if ($param1 =~ /^-e(a|)$/) {
push @cmds, [$param1, $param2];
next;
}
if ($param1 =~ /^-r$/) {
if ($param2 =~ /bool/) {
push @cmds, ["-e", "s/== true//"];
push @cmds, ["-e", "s/true ==//"];
push @cmds, ["-e", "s/([a-zA-Z\-\>\._]+) == false/!\$1/"];
next;
} elsif ($param2 =~ /NULL/) {
push @cmds, ["-e", "s/ != NULL//"];
push @cmds, ["-e", "s/([a-zA-Z\-\>\._0-9]+) == NULL/!\$1/"];
next;
} elsif ($param2 =~ /BIT/) {
push @cmds, ["-e", 's/1[uU]* *<< *(\d+)/BIT($1)/'];
push @cmds, ["-e", 's/\(1 *<< *(\w+)\)/BIT($1)/'];
push @cmds, ["-e", 's/\(BIT\((.*?)\)\)/BIT($1)/'];
next;
}
usage();
}

push @subs, [$param1, $param2];
}

my ($oldfh, $oldfile) = mkstemp("/tmp/oldXXXXX");
my ($newfh, $newfile) = mkstemp("/tmp/newXXXXX");

my @input = <STDIN>;

# auto works on the observation that the - line comes before the + line when we
# rename variables. Take the first - line. Find the first + line. Find the
# one word difference. Test that the old word never occurs in the new text.
if ($auto) {
my %c_keywords = ( auto => 1,
break => 1,
case => 1,
char => 1,
const => 1,
continue => 1,
default => 1,
do => 1,
double => 1,
else => 1,
enum => 1,
extern => 1,
float => 1,
for => 1,
goto => 1,
if => 1,
int => 1,
long => 1,
register => 1,
return => 1,
short => 1,
signed => 1,
sizeof => 1,
static => 1,
struct => 1,
switch => 1,
typedef => 1,
union => 1,
unsigned => 1,
void => 1,
volatile => 1,
while => 1);
my %old_words;
my %new_words;
my %added_cmds;
my @new_subs;

my $inside = 0;
foreach my $line (@input) {
if ($line =~ /^(---|\+\+\+)/) {
next;
}

if ($line =~ /^@/) {
$inside = 1;
}
if ($inside && !(($_ =~ /^[- @+]/) || ($_ =~ /^$/))) {
$inside = 0;
}
if (!$inside) {
next;
}

if ($line =~ /^-/) {
s/-//;
my @words = split(/\W+/, $line);
foreach my $word (@words) {
$old_words{$word} = 1;
}
} elsif ($line =~ /^\+/) {
s/\+//;
my @words = split(/\W+/, $line);
foreach my $word (@words) {
$new_words{$word} = 1;
}
}
}

my $old_line;
my $new_line;
$inside = 0;
foreach my $line (@input) {
if ($line =~ /^(---|\+\+\+)/) {
next;
}

if ($line =~ /^@/) {
$inside = 1;
}
if ($inside && !(($_ =~ /^[- @+]/) || ($_ =~ /^$/))) {
$inside = 0;
}
if (!$inside) {
next;
}


if ($line =~ /^-/ && !$old_line) {
s/^-//;
$old_line = $line;
next;
} elsif ($old_line && $line =~ /^\+/) {
s/^\+//;
$new_line = $line;
} else {
next;
}

my @old_words = split(/\W+/, $old_line);
my @new_words = split(/\W+/, $new_line);
my @new_cmds;

my $i;
my $diff_count = 0;
for ($i = 0; ; $i++) {
if (!defined($old_words[$i]) && !defined($new_words[$i])) {
last;
}
if (!defined($old_words[$i]) || !defined($new_words[$i])) {
$diff_count = 1000;
last;
}
if ($old_words[$i] eq $new_words[$i]) {
next;
}
if ($c_keywords{$old_words[$i]}) {
$diff_count = 1000;
last;
}
if ($new_words{$old_words[$i]}) {
$diff_count++;
}
push @new_cmds, [$old_words[$i], $new_words[$i]];
}
if ($diff_count <= 2) {
foreach my $sub (@new_cmds) {
if ($added_cmds{$sub->[0] . $sub->[1]}) {
next;
}
$added_cmds{$sub->[0] . $sub->[1]} = 1;
push @new_subs, [$sub->[0] , $sub->[1]];
}
}

$old_line = 0;
}

if (@new_subs) {
print "RENAMES:\n";
foreach my $sub (@new_subs) {
print "$sub->[0] => $sub->[1]\n";
push @strict_subs, [$sub->[0] , $sub->[1]];
}
print "---\n";
}
}

my $output;

#recreate an old file and a new file
my $stored_brace_line = "";
my $stored_remove_output = "";
my $del_close_brace = 0;
my $inside = 0;
foreach (@input) {
my $orig = $_;


if ($pull_context && !($orig =~ /^[+-@]/)) {
next;
}

if ($orig =~ /^(---|\+\+\+)/) {
next;
}

if ($orig =~ /^@/) {
$inside = 1;
}
if ($inside && !(($orig =~ /^[- @+]/) || ($orig =~ /^$/))) {
$inside = 0;
}
if (!$inside) {
next;
}

$output = filter($orig);

if ($strip_braces && $stored_brace_line =~ /^$/ && $orig =~ /^-(.*)\{$/) {
$stored_brace_line = $output;
next;
}

if ($strip_braces && $orig =~ /^-/ && !($stored_brace_line =~ /^$/)) {
$stored_remove_output = $stored_remove_output . "\n" . $output;
next;
}

if ($strip_braces && $del_close_brace && $orig =~ /^-\W+}\W+/) {
$del_close_brace = 0;
next;
}

if ($strip_braces && $orig =~ /^\+.*/ && !($stored_brace_line =~ /^$/)) {
my $stripped_old = $stored_brace_line;
my $stripped_new = $output;

$stripped_old =~ s/(.*)\w*{/$1/;

if ($stripped_old eq $stripped_new) {
$orig = " ";
$output = $stripped_new;
$stored_brace_line = "";
$del_close_brace = 1;
}
}

if ($strip_braces && $orig =~ /^(\+|-)\W+{/) {
$output =~ s/^[\t ]+(.*)/ $1/;
} else {
$output = "\n" . $output;
}

if ($orig =~ /^-/) {
print $oldfh $output;
next;
}

if ($orig =~ /^\+/) {
print $newfh $output;
next;
}
print $oldfh $output;
print $newfh $output;

if (!($stored_remove_output =~ /^$/)) {
print $oldfh $stored_brace_line;
print $oldfh $stored_remove_output;
$stored_brace_line = "";
$stored_remove_output = "";
}
}
print $oldfh "\n";
print $newfh "\n";
# git diff puts a -- and version at the end of the diff. put the -- into the
# new file as well so it's ignored
if ($output =~ /\n-/) {
print $newfh "-\n";
}

my $hunk;
my $old_txt;
my $new_txt;

open diff, "diff -uw $oldfile $newfile |";
while (<diff>) {
if ($_ =~ /^(---|\+\+\+)/) {
next;
}

if ($_ =~ /^@/) {

if ($strip_comments) {
$old_txt =~ s/\/\*.*?\*\///g;
$new_txt =~ s/\/\*.*?\*\///g;
}
if ($strip_braces) {
$old_txt =~ s/{([^;{]*?);}/$1;/g;
$new_txt =~ s/{([^;{]*?);}/$1;/g;
# this is a hack because i don't know how to replace nested
# unneeded curly braces.
$old_txt =~ s/{([^;{]*?);}/$1;/g;
$new_txt =~ s/{([^;{]*?);}/$1;/g;
}

if ($old_txt ne $new_txt) {
print $hunk;
print $_;
}
$hunk = "";
$old_txt = "";
$new_txt = "";
next;
}

$hunk = $hunk . $_;

if ($strip_slashes) {
s/\\$//;
}

if ($_ =~ /^-/) {
s/-//;
s/[ \t\n]//g;
$old_txt = $old_txt . $_;
next;
}
if ($_ =~ /^\+/) {
s/\+//;
s/[ \t\n]//g;
$new_txt = $new_txt . $_;
next;
}
if ($_ =~ /^ /) {
s/^ //;
s/[ \t\n]//g;
$old_txt = $old_txt . $_;
$new_txt = $new_txt . $_;
}
}

if ($old_txt ne $new_txt) {
if ($strip_comments) {
$old_txt =~ s/\/\*.*?\*\///g;
$new_txt =~ s/\/\*.*?\*\///g;
}
if ($strip_braces) {
$old_txt =~ s/{([^;{]*?);}/$1;/g;
$new_txt =~ s/{([^;{]*?);}/$1;/g;
$old_txt =~ s/{([^;{]*?);}/$1;/g;
$new_txt =~ s/{([^;{]*?);}/$1;/g;
}

print $hunk;
}

# print "old = $oldfile new = $newfile\n";
unlink($oldfile);
unlink($newfile);

print "\ndone.\n";
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