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SubjectRe: Suggestion re: [PATCH] Remove Bitkeeper documentation from Linux tree
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lm@bitmover.com said:
> Sure, as soon as we find a mirror for bkbits.net, having a plain text
> interface to the files/patches, is a fine idea. Until then, I need to
> hoard my bandwidth. I'm working on the mirror problem.

These are already available on the kernel.org mirrors.

http://ftp.??.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/dwmw2/bk-2.5/
http://ftp.??.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/

The individual patches look sane - I'm not entirely sure about the 'Full
patch' version, which seems to contain stuff not in the individual patches.

<MODE REPLY-TO=!linux-kernel>

Larry, any idea why? Script below...

</MODE>


#!/bin/sh
#
# $Id: bkexport.sh,v 1.10 2002/04/23 00:13:24 dwmw2 Exp $

BKDIR="$1"
PATCHDIR="$2"
CACHEDIR="$3"

if [ "$BKDIR" = "" -o "$PATCHDIR" = "" -o "$CACHEDIR" = "" ] ; then
echo "Usage: $o <bkdir> <patchdir> <cachedir>"
exit 1
fi

cd $PATCHDIR || exit 1

cd $CACHEDIR || exit 1

cd $BKDIR || exit 1

TAGCSET=`bk changes -t -d:I:\\\n | head -1`
TAG=`bk changes -r$TAGCSET -d:TAG:`

CSETS=`bk changes -d":I: " -r$TAGCSET,.`

NEWESTCSET=`echo $CSETS | cut -f1 -d\ `

if [ -r $PATCHDIR/cset-$TAGCSET-to-$NEWESTCSET.txt ]; then
# We already ran with this set of changesets. Don't bother to rebuild.
exit 0
fi

bk export -tpatch -r$TAGCSET,$NEWESTCSET > $PATCHDIR/cset-$TAGCSET-to-$NEWESTCSET.txt

cat > $CACHEDIR/newindex.$$.html <<EOF
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
<html>
<head>
<title>BitKeeper patches for `hostname`:$BKDIR</title>
</head>

<body>
<H1>BitKeeper patches since $TAG</H1>

<H2><A HREF="cset-$TAGCSET-to-$NEWESTCSET.txt">Full patch from $TAG to ChangeSet $NEWESTCSET</A></H2>

EOF

for CSET in $CSETS; do
if [ ! -r $PATCHDIR/cset-$CSET.txt -o \
! -r $CACHEDIR/cset-index-$CSET.html -o \
! -r $CACHEDIR/cset-key-$CSET -o \
"`cat $CACHEDIR/cset-key-$CSET 2>/dev/null`" != "`bk changes -r$CSET -d:KEY:`" ] ; then
bk export -tpatch -r$CSET > $PATCHDIR/cset-$CSET.txt
bk changes -r$CSET -d'<H3><A HREF="cset-:I:.txt">:G: :I:, :D: :T::TZ:, :USER: @ :HOST:</A></H3>\n<P>:HTML_C:</P>\n' > $CACHEDIR/cset-index-$CSET.html
bk changes -r$CSET -d:KEY: > $CACHEDIR/cset-key-$CSET
fi
cat $CACHEDIR/cset-index-$CSET.html >> $CACHEDIR/newindex.$$.html
done

if [ "$CSETS" = "" ] ; then
echo "<H3>No changes since last tag</h3>" >> $CACHEDIR/newindex.$$.html
EOF
fi

cat >> $CACHEDIR/newindex.$$.html <<EOF
<hr>
Index generated at `date -u`
</body>
</HTML>
EOF
mv $CACHEDIR/newindex.$$.html $PATCHDIR/index.html


# Clean up old patches.
cd $PATCHDIR

for FILE in *.txt ; do
case $FILE in
cset-$TAGCSET-to-$NEWESTCSET.txt)
continue
;;
cset-*.txt)
FILECSET=`echo $FILE | sed "s/^cset-\(.*\).txt\$/\\1/"`
if ! echo $CSETS | grep -q -- $FILECSET ; then
rm "$FILE"
fi
continue
;;
esac

done

cd $CACHEDIR

for FILE in *.html ; do
case $FILE in
index.html)
continue
;;
cset-index-*.html)
FILECSET=`echo $FILE | sed "s/^cset-index-\(.*\).html\$/\\1/"`
if ! echo $CSETS | grep -q -- $FILECSET ; then
rm "$FILE"
fi
continue
;;
esac
done


--
dwmw2


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