% Copyright (C) 2003-2004 David Roundy % % This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify % it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by % the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option) % any later version. % % This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, % but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of % MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the % GNU General Public License for more details. % % You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License % along with this program; see the file COPYING. If not, write to % the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, % Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA. \darcsCommand{diff} \begin{code}
{-# OPTIONS_GHC -cpp #-}

module Darcs.Commands.Diff ( diffCommand ) where

import System.FilePath.Posix ( takeFileName )
import System.Directory ( setCurrentDirectory )
import Workaround ( getCurrentDirectory )
import Darcs.Utils ( askUser, withCurrentDirectory )
import Control.Monad ( when )
import Data.List ( (\\) )

import Darcs.External( diff_program )
import CommandLine ( parseCmd )
import Darcs.Commands ( DarcsCommand(..), nodefaults )
import Darcs.Arguments ( DarcsFlag(DiffFlags, DiffCmd,
                                   LastN, AfterPatch),
                        matchRange, storeInMemory, 
                        diffCmdFlag, diffflags, unidiff,
                         workingRepoDir, fixSubPaths,
import Darcs.Flags ( isUnified )
import Darcs.Hopefully ( info )
import Darcs.RepoPath ( toFilePath, sp2fn )
import Darcs.Match ( getPartialFirstMatch, getPartialSecondMatch,
                     firstMatch, secondMatch,
                     matchFirstPatchset, matchSecondPatchset )
import Darcs.Repository ( PatchSet, withRepository, ($-), read_repo,
                          amInRepository, slurp_recorded_and_unrecorded,
                          createPartialsPristineDirectoryTree )
import Darcs.SlurpDirectory ( get_path_list, writeSlurpy )
import Darcs.Patch ( RepoPatch )
import Darcs.Witnesses.Ordered ( mapRL, concatRL )
import Darcs.Patch.Info ( PatchInfo, human_friendly )
import Darcs.External ( execPipeIgnoreError, clonePaths )
import Darcs.Lock ( withTempDir )
import Darcs.Witnesses.Sealed ( unseal )
import Printer ( Doc, putDoc, vcat, empty, ($$) )
#include "impossible.h"

#include "gadts.h"

diffDescription :: String
diffDescription = "Create a diff between two versions of the repository."

diffHelp :: String
diffHelp =
 "Diff can be used to create a diff between two versions which are in your\n"++
 "repository.  Specifying just --from-patch will get you a diff against\n"++
 "your working copy.  If you give diff no version arguments, it gives\n"++
 "you the same information as whatsnew except that the patch is\n"++
 "formatted as the output of a diff command\n"

diffCommand :: DarcsCommand
diffCommand = DarcsCommand {commandName = "diff",
                             commandHelp = diffHelp,
                             commandDescription = diffDescription,
                             commandExtraArgs = -1,
                                 = ["[FILE or DIRECTORY]..."],
                             commandCommand = diffCmd,
                             commandPrereq = amInRepository,
                             commandGetArgPossibilities = return [],
                             commandArgdefaults = nodefaults,
                             commandAdvancedOptions = [],
                             commandBasicOptions = [matchRange,
                                                     diffflags, unidiff,
                                                     workingRepoDir, storeInMemory]}
\end{code} \begin{options} --diff-opts \end{options} Diff calls an external ``diff'' command to do the actual work, and passes any unrecognized flags to this diff command. Thus you can call \begin{verbatim} % darcs diff -t 0.9.8 -t 0.9.10 -- -u \end{verbatim} to get a diff in the unified format. Actually, thanks to the wonders of getopt you need the ``\verb!--!'' shown above before any arguments to diff. You can also specify additional arguments to diff using the \verb!--diff-opts! flag. The above command would look like this: \begin{verbatim} % darcs diff --diff-opts -u -t 0.9.8 -t 0.9.10 \end{verbatim} This may not seem like an improvement, but it really pays off when you want to always give diff the same options. You can do this by adding \begin{verbatim} % diff diff-opts -udp \end{verbatim} to your \verb!_darcs/prefs/defaults! file. \begin{code}
getDiffOpts :: [DarcsFlag] -> [String]
getDiffOpts opts | isUnified opts = "-u" : get_nonU_diff_opts opts
                   | otherwise      = get_nonU_diff_opts opts
    where get_nonU_diff_opts (DiffFlags f:fs) = f : get_nonU_diff_opts fs
          get_nonU_diff_opts (_:fs) = get_nonU_diff_opts fs
          get_nonU_diff_opts [] = []

hasDiffCmdFlag :: [DarcsFlag] -> Bool
hasDiffCmdFlag (DiffCmd _:_) = True
hasDiffCmdFlag (_:t) = hasDiffCmdFlag t
hasDiffCmdFlag []  = False

-- | Returns the command we should use for diff as a tuple (command, arguments).
-- This will either be whatever the user specified via --diff-command  or the
-- default 'diff_program'.  Note that this potentially involves parsing the
-- user's diff-command, hence the possibility for failure with an exception.
getDiffCmdAndArgs :: String -> [DarcsFlag] -> String -> String
                      -> Either String (String, [String])
getDiffCmdAndArgs cmd opts f1 f2 = helper opts where
  helper (DiffCmd c:_) =
    case parseCmd [ ('1', f1) , ('2', f2) ] c of
    Left err        -> Left $ show err
    Right ([],_)    -> bug $ "parseCmd should never return empty list"
    Right ((h:t),_) -> Right (h,t)
  helper [] = -- if no command specified, use 'diff'
    Right (cmd, ("-rN":getDiffOpts opts++[f1,f2]))
  helper (_:t) = helper t
\end{code} If you want to view only the differences to one or more files, you can do so with a command such as \begin{verbatim} % darcs diff foo.c bar.c baz/ \end{verbatim} \begin{options} --diff-command \end{options} You can use a different program to view differences by including the flag \verb!--diff-command!, e.g. \begin{verbatim} --diff-command 'opendiff %1 %2'. \end{verbatim} The \verb!%1! and \verb!%2! are replaced with the two versions to be merged. The above example works with the FileMerge.app tool that comes with Apple's developer tools. To use xxdiff, you would use \begin{verbatim} --diff-command 'xxdiff %1 %2' \end{verbatim} To use \verb!kdiff3!, you can use \begin{verbatim} --diff-command 'kdiff3 %1 %2' \end{verbatim} Note that the command is split into space-separated words and the first one is \verb!exec!ed with the rest as arguments---it is not a shell command. Also the substitution of the \verb!%! escapes is only done on complete words. See \ref{resolution} for how you might work around this fact, for example, with Emacs' Ediff package. Note also that the \verb!--diff-opts! flag is ignored if you use this option. \begin{code}
diffCmd :: [DarcsFlag] -> [String] -> IO ()
diffCmd opts args = withRepository opts $- \repository -> do
  when (not (null [i | LastN i <- opts])
       && not (null [p | AfterPatch p <- opts])
       ) $
    fail ("using --patch and --last at the same time with the 'diff' command"
         ++ " doesn't make sense. Use --from-patch to create a diff from this"
         ++ " patch to the present, or use just '--patch' to view this specific"
         ++ " patch.")
  formerdir <- getCurrentDirectory
  path_list <- if null args
               then return []
               else map sp2fn `fmap` fixSubPaths opts args
  thename <- return $ takeFileName formerdir
  withTempDir ("old-"++thename) $ \odir -> do
    setCurrentDirectory formerdir
    withTempDir ("new-"++thename) $ \ndir -> do
    if firstMatch opts
       then withCurrentDirectory odir $
            getPartialFirstMatch repository opts path_list
       else if null path_list
            then createPristineDirectoryTree repository (toFilePath odir)
            else createPartialsPristineDirectoryTree repository path_list (toFilePath odir)
    if secondMatch opts
       then withCurrentDirectory ndir $
            getPartialSecondMatch repository opts path_list
       else do (_, s) <- slurp_recorded_and_unrecorded repository
               let ps = concatMap (get_path_list s . toFilePath) path_list
               if null path_list
                  then withCurrentDirectory ndir $ writeSlurpy s "."
                  else clonePaths formerdir (toFilePath ndir) ps
    thediff <- withCurrentDirectory (toFilePath odir ++ "/..") $
                   case path_list of
                   [] -> rundiff (takeFileName $ toFilePath odir) (takeFileName $ toFilePath ndir)
                   fs -> vcat `fmap`
                         mapM (\f -> rundiff
                               (takeFileName (toFilePath odir) ++ "/" ++ toFilePath f)
                               (takeFileName (toFilePath ndir) ++ "/" ++ toFilePath f)) fs
    morepatches <- read_repo repository
    putDoc $ changelog (getDiffInfo opts morepatches)
            $$ thediff
    where rundiff :: String -> String -> IO Doc
          rundiff f1 f2 = do
            cmd <- diff_program
            case getDiffCmdAndArgs cmd opts f1 f2 of
             Left err -> fail err
             Right (d_cmd, d_args) ->
              let other_diff = hasDiffCmdFlag opts in
              do when other_diff $ putStrLn $
                   "Running command '" ++ unwords (d_cmd:d_args) ++ "'"
                 output <- execPipeIgnoreError d_cmd d_args empty
                 when other_diff $ do
                    askUser "Hit return to move on..."
                    return ()
                 return output

getDiffInfo :: RepoPatch p => [DarcsFlag] -> PatchSet p C(x) -> [PatchInfo]
getDiffInfo opts ps =
    let infos = mapRL info . concatRL
        handle (match_cond, do_match)
          | match_cond opts = unseal infos (do_match opts ps)
          | otherwise = infos ps
    in handle (secondMatch, matchSecondPatchset)
         \\ handle (firstMatch, matchFirstPatchset)

changelog :: [PatchInfo] -> Doc
changelog pis = vcat $ map human_friendly pis