d0d06be3ccba5e02acfa4292e5d0011c8d4b8720 — Drew DeVault 1 year, 3 months ago 173187e
Move repo to hg.sr.ht
38 files changed, 0 insertions(+), 2549 deletions(-)

D .builds/alpine.yml
D .builds/archlinux.yml
D .gitignore
D Makefile
D config.example.ini
D hgsrht-hook-changegroup
D hgsrht-install-ext
D hgsrht-keys
D hgsrht-migrate
D hgsrht-periodic
D hgsrht-shell
D hgsrht/alembic/env.py
D hgsrht/alembic/script.py.mako
D hgsrht/app.py
D hgsrht/blueprints/__init__.py
D hgsrht/blueprints/repo.py
D hgsrht/hg.py
D hgsrht/hgext/__init__.py
D hgsrht/oauth.py
D hgsrht/repos.py
D hgsrht/submit.py
D hgsrht/templates/bookmarks.html
D hgsrht/templates/browse.html
D hgsrht/templates/commit.html
D hgsrht/templates/dashboard.html
D hgsrht/templates/file.html
D hgsrht/templates/heads.html
D hgsrht/templates/index.html
D hgsrht/templates/log.html
D hgsrht/templates/repo.html
D hgsrht/templates/summary.html
D hgsrht/templates/utils.html
D hgsrht/types/__init__.py
D run.py
D scss/main.scss
D setup.py
D static
D .builds/alpine.yml => .builds/alpine.yml +0 -44
@@ 1,44 0,0 @@
image: alpine/edge
  sr.ht: >
  - rsync
  - https://git.sr.ht/~sircmpwn/hg.sr.ht
  - https://git.sr.ht/~sircmpwn/sr.ht-apkbuilds
  project: hg.sr.ht
  remote: deploy@mirror.sr.ht
  remote_path: /var/www/mirror.sr.ht/alpine
  master: deploy@hg.sr.ht
  - fa00a8d3-7b63-42d5-8060-3bb31c3e3018 # ssh deploy key
  - d0adc1d4-af78-4852-920f-1134392f5d10 # package signing key
  - archive: |
      cd ${project}
      pkgver=$(~/sr.ht-apkbuilds/pkgkit pkgver)
      echo "pkgver=$pkgver" >> ~/.buildenv
      git archive \
        -o ~/sr.ht-apkbuilds/sr.ht/${project}/${project}-$pkgver.tar.gz \
        --prefix=${project}-$pkgver/ HEAD
  - pkgkit: |
      cd sr.ht-apkbuilds
      ./pkgkit add-repo -s sr.ht ~/.abuild/alpine@sr.ht.rsa
      cd sr.ht/$project
      sed -e 's?::https://git.sr.ht/.*archive.*??g' -i APKBUILD
  - package: |
      cd sr.ht-apkbuilds
      ./pkgkit build -cuv "$pkgver" "$project"
      cd ~/$project
      git describe --exact-match HEAD || complete-build
  - publish: |
      cd sr.ht-apkbuilds
      echo "StrictHostKeyChecking=no" >> ~/.ssh/config
      ./pkgkit upload "$remote" "$remote_path" "$project"
  - deploy: |
      ssh $master doas apk upgrade -U
      ssh $master doas service $project restart

D .builds/archlinux.yml => .builds/archlinux.yml +0 -33
@@ 1,33 0,0 @@
image: archlinux
  sr.ht: https://mirror.sr.ht/archlinux/sr.ht/#1ED4E14494433AE3FD302CAB74B4BCCEA60D0437
  - rsync
  - pacman-contrib
  - https://git.sr.ht/~sircmpwn/hg.sr.ht
  - https://git.sr.ht/~sircmpwn/sr.ht-pkgbuilds
  project: hg.sr.ht
  remote: deploy@mirror.sr.ht
  remote_path: /var/www/mirror.sr.ht/archlinux
  - fa00a8d3-7b63-42d5-8060-3bb31c3e3018 # ssh deploy key
  - 3e65a1a8-a20f-4f6b-a452-df2ac398bc1e # package signing key
  - archive: |
      cd ${project}
      pkgver=$(git describe | sed -e 's/-/_/g')
      echo "pkgver=$pkgver" >> ~/.buildenv
      git archive -o ~/sr.ht-pkgbuilds/$project/$project-$pkgver.tar.gz \
        --prefix=$project-$pkgver/ HEAD
  - package: |
      cd sr.ht-pkgbuilds
      ./pkgkit build -cuv "$pkgver" $project
      cd ~/$project
      git describe --exact-match HEAD || complete-build
  - publish: |
      cd sr.ht-pkgbuilds
      echo "StrictHostKeyChecking=no" >> ~/.ssh/config
      ./pkgkit upload "$remote" "$remote_path" sr.ht $project

D .gitignore => .gitignore +0 -16
@@ 1,16 0,0 @@

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D Makefile => Makefile +0 -3
@@ 1,3 0,0 @@
include ${SRHT_PATH}/Makefile

D config.example.ini => config.example.ini +0 -82
@@ 1,82 0,0 @@
# The name of your network of sr.ht-based sites
# The top-level info page for your site
# {{ site-name }}, {{ site-blurb }}
site-blurb=the hacker's forge
# Contact information for the site owners
owner-name=Drew DeVault
# The source code for your fork of sr.ht
# A secret key to encrypt session cookies with

# Outgoing SMTP settings
# Application exceptions are emailed to this address
# Your PGP key information (DO NOT mix up pub and priv here)
# You must remove the password from your secret key, if present.
# You can do this with gpg --edit-key [key-id], then use the passwd
# command and do not enter a new password.

# URL hg.sr.ht is being served at (protocol://domain)
# Address and port to bind the debug server to
# Configures the SQLAlchemy connection string for the database.
# A post-update script which is installed in every mercurial repo.
# hg.sr.ht's OAuth client ID and secret for meta.sr.ht
# Register your client at meta.example.org/oauth
# Path to mercurial repositories on disk
# Path to the srht mercurial extension
# (defaults to where the hgsrht code is)

# The authorized keys hook uses this to dispatch to various handlers
# The format is a program to exec into as the key, and the user to match as the
# value. When someone tries to log in as this user, this program is executed
# and is expected to omit an AuthorizedKeys file.
# Uncomment the relevant lines to enable the various sr.ht dispatchers.


D hgsrht-hook-changegroup => hgsrht-hook-changegroup +0 -47
@@ 1,47 0,0 @@
#!/usr/bin/env python3
import os
import re
import shlex
import subprocess
import sys
from configparser import ConfigParser
from datetime import datetime
from hgsrht.types import User, Repository, RepoVisibility
from hgsrht.submit import trigger_changegroup_build
from srht.config import cfg, cfgi
from srht.database import DbSession

builds_sr_ht = cfg("builds.sr.ht", "origin", default=None)
origin = cfg("hg.sr.ht", "origin")

config = ConfigParser()
    with open(".hg/hgrc") as f:
except FileNotFoundError:
    sys.stderr.write("Changegroup hook error: no hgrc file was created in repo\n")

repo_id = config.get("srht", "repo_id")
if not repo_id:
repo_id = int(repo_id)

db = DbSession(cfg("hg.sr.ht", "connection-string"))

repo = Repository.query.get(repo_id)
if not repo:

if repo.visibility == RepoVisibility.autocreated:
    print("\tWe saved your changes, but this repository does not exist.")
    print("\tClick here to create it:")
    print("\t{}/create?name={}".format(origin, repo.name))
    print("\tYour changes will be discarded in 20 minutes.\n")

repo.updated = datetime.utcnow()

trigger_changegroup_build(repo, os.environ['HG_NODE_LAST'])

D hgsrht-install-ext => hgsrht-install-ext +0 -78
@@ 1,78 0,0 @@
from srht.config import cfg
import argparse
import configparser
import os
import os.path
import site

pkg_dirs = site.getsitepackages()
if site.getusersitepackages():
for pkg_dir in pkg_dirs:
    hgsrht_path = os.path.join(pkg_dir, "hgsrht")
    if os.path.isdir(hgsrht_path):
    hgsrht_path = None

def main():
    parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
            help="The path to the srht extension.")
    parser.add_argument('-f', '--force', action='store_true',
            help="Force update all hgrc files.")
    parser.add_argument('--dry-run', action='store_true',
            help="Preview what would happen.")
    args = parser.parse_args()

    extpath = args.extpath
    if not extpath:
        extpath = cfg('hg.sr.ht', 'srhtext', None)
    if not extpath and hgsrht_path:
        extpath = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(hgsrht_path, 'hgext'))
    if not os.path.exists(extpath):
        raise Exception("No such extension path: {}".format(extpath))
    print("Using extension path: {}".format(extpath))

    repos_root = cfg('hg.sr.ht', 'repos')
    print("Using repos root: {}".format(repos_root))
    for username in os.listdir(repos_root):
        userdir = os.path.join(repos_root, username)
        if not os.path.isdir(userdir):

        for reponame in os.listdir(userdir):
            repodir = os.path.join(userdir, reponame)
            if not os.path.isdir(repodir):

            hgdir = os.path.join(repodir, '.hg')
            if not os.path.isdir(hgdir):
                print("WARNING: found non-repo directory: {}".format(hgdir))

            hgrcpath = os.path.join(hgdir, 'hgrc')
            if not os.path.isfile(hgrcpath):
                print("WARNING: found repo with no hgrc: {}".format(hgdir))

            hgrc = configparser.ConfigParser()

            if not args.force and hgrc.has_option('extensions', 'srht'):

            if not hgrc.has_section('extensions'):
            hgrc.set('extensions', 'srht', extpath)

            if args.dry_run:
                print("Would write to {}/{}".format(username, reponame))

            with open(hgrcpath, 'w', encoding='utf8') as fp:
            print('{}/{}'.format(username, reponame))

if __name__ == '__main__':

D hgsrht-keys => hgsrht-keys +0 -33
@@ 1,33 0,0 @@
#!/usr/bin/env python3
import os
import sys
import requests
from srht.config import cfg
from srht.database import DbSession
db = DbSession(cfg("hg.sr.ht", "connection-string"))
from hgsrht.types import User

sys.stderr.write(str(sys.argv) + "\n")
key_type = sys.argv[3]
b64key = sys.argv[4]

r = requests.get("{}/api/ssh-key/{}".format(
    cfg("meta.sr.ht", "origin"), b64key))
if r.status_code != 200:
    sys.stderr.write("meta.sr.ht returned 404 for this key\n")
j = r.json()
username = j["owner"]["name"]
u = User.query.filter(User.username == username).first()
if not u:
    sys.stderr.write("Unknown user {}\n", username)
default_shell = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(sys.argv[0]), "hgsrht-shell")
shell = cfg("hg.sr.ht", "shell", default=default_shell)
keys = "command=\"{} '{}' '{}'\",".format(shell, u.id, b64key) + \
    "no-port-forwarding,no-X11-forwarding,no-agent-forwarding,no-pty " + \
    "{} {} {}".format(key_type, b64key, username) + "\n"

D hgsrht-migrate => hgsrht-migrate +0 -6
@@ 1,6 0,0 @@
#!/usr/bin/env python3
import hgsrht.alembic
import srht.alembic
from srht.database import alembic
alembic("hg.sr.ht", hgsrht.alembic)
alembic("hg.sr.ht", srht.alembic)

D hgsrht-periodic => hgsrht-periodic +0 -19
@@ 1,19 0,0 @@
#!/usr/bin/env python3
from datetime import datetime, timedelta
from hgsrht.types import Repository, RepoVisibility
from srht.config import cfg
from srht.database import DbSession

db = DbSession(cfg("hg.sr.ht", "connection-string"))

def cleanup_autocreated():
    due = datetime.utcnow() - timedelta(minutes=20)
    repos = (Repository.query
            .filter(Repository.visibility == RepoVisibility.autocreated)
            .filter(Repository.created < due)).all()
    for r in repos:


D hgsrht-shell => hgsrht-shell +0 -112
@@ 1,112 0,0 @@
#!/usr/bin/env python3
import sys
import os
import requests
import shlex
from datetime import datetime
from srht.config import cfg
from srht.validation import Validation
from srht.database import DbSession
from scmsrht.access import has_access, UserAccess
from hgsrht.types import User, Repository, RepoVisibility, Redirect
from hgsrht.repos import HgRepoApi

    _logf = open("/var/log/hg-srht-shell", "a")
except Exception as ex:
    sys.stderr.write("Unable to open log for writing\n")
    sys.stderr.write(str(ex) + "\n")
    _logf = None

def log(s, *args):
    if _logf:
        _logf.write("{} {}\n".format(datetime.now().isoformat(),
            s.format(*args) if isinstance(s, str) else str(s)))

origin = cfg("hg.sr.ht", "origin")
repos = cfg("hg.sr.ht", "repos")

_cmd = os.environ.get("SSH_ORIGINAL_COMMAND")
if not _cmd:
    _cmd = ""
if len(sys.argv) < 2:
    log("Error: expected 2 arguments from SSH")
user_id = sys.argv[1]
ssh_key = sys.argv[2]

db = DbSession(cfg("hg.sr.ht", "connection-string"))

user = User.query.filter(User.id == user_id).first()
if not user:
    log("Unknown user ID {}", user_id)
log("User: {}", user.username)

cmd = shlex.split(_cmd)
if cmd[:2] != ['hg', '-R'] or cmd[3:] != ['serve', '--stdio']:
    log("Not permitting unacceptable command: {}", cmd)
    print("Hi {}! You've successfully authenticated, ".format(user.username) +
        "but I do not provide an interactive shell. Bye!")

path = os.path.abspath(cmd[2])
cmd[2] = path
if not path.startswith(repos):
    log("Not permitting execution outside of repos directory: {}", path)
    sys.stderr.write("Access denied\n")

repo = Repository.query.filter(Repository.path == path).first()
if not repo:
    repo = Redirect.query.filter(Redirect.path == path).first()
    if repo:
        repo = repo.new_repo
        sys.stderr.write("\tThis repository has moved:\n")
        # TODO: orgs
            origin, repo.owner.username, repo.name))
        sys.stderr.write("\tPlease update your path.\n\n")

    _path, repo_name = os.path.split(path)
    owner = os.path.basename(_path)
    if "~" + user.username != owner:

    valid = Validation({ "name": repo_name })
    repo_api = HgRepoApi()
    repo = repo_api.create_repo(valid, user)
    if not valid.ok:
        log("Validation failed for {}", path)
                "{}: {}".format(e.field, e.message)
                for e in valid.errors))
    repo.visibility = RepoVisibility.autocreated

import hgsrht.types as tables
if not has_access(repo, UserAccess.read, user, tables=tables):
    # No access to read... can't easily support "write-only" repos in
    # Mercurial, even if it made sense.
    sys.stderr.write("Access denied\n")

os.environ["SSH_ORIGINAL_COMMAND"] = " ".join(cmd)

# This is kinda gross... we are running a Python3 shell that will then
# spawn a Python 2 shell that then runs Mercurial. Bleh.
cmd = ['hg-ssh', path]
if not has_access(repo, UserAccess.write, user, tables=tables):
    cmd.insert(1, '--read-only')

log("Executing {}", " ".join(cmd))
if _logf:

os.execvp(cmd[0], cmd)

D hgsrht/alembic/env.py => hgsrht/alembic/env.py +0 -3
@@ 1,3 0,0 @@
import hgsrht.types
from srht.database import alembic_env

D hgsrht/alembic/script.py.mako => hgsrht/alembic/script.py.mako +0 -22
@@ 1,22 0,0 @@

Revision ID: ${up_revision}
Revises: ${down_revision}
Create Date: ${create_date}


# revision identifiers, used by Alembic.
revision = ${repr(up_revision)}
down_revision = ${repr(down_revision)}

from alembic import op
import sqlalchemy as sa
${imports if imports else ""}

def upgrade():
    ${upgrades if upgrades else "pass"}

def downgrade():
    ${downgrades if downgrades else "pass"}

D hgsrht/app.py => hgsrht/app.py +0 -48
@@ 1,48 0,0 @@
import humanize
import os.path
import stat
from srht.config import cfg
from srht.database import DbSession
from srht.oauth import AbstractOAuthService
from scmsrht.flask import ScmSrhtFlask
from hgsrht.repos import HgRepoApi
from hgsrht.types import Access, Redirect, Repository, User, OAuthToken

db = DbSession(cfg("hg.sr.ht", "connection-string"))

client_id = cfg("hg.sr.ht", "oauth-client-id")
client_secret = cfg("hg.sr.ht", "oauth-client-secret")
builds_client_id = cfg("builds.sr.ht", "oauth-client-id", default=None)

class HgOAuthService(AbstractOAuthService):
    def __init__(self):
        super().__init__(client_id, client_secret,
                required_scopes=["profile"] + ([
                ] if builds_client_id else []),
                token_class=OAuthToken, user_class=User)

class HgApp(ScmSrhtFlask):
    def __init__(self):
        super().__init__("hg.sr.ht", __name__,
                access_class=Access, redirect_class=Redirect,
                repository_class=Repository, user_class=User,

        from hgsrht.blueprints.repo import repo


        def inject():
            return {
                "stat": stat,
                "humanize": humanize,
                "path_join": os.path.join,
                "scmname": "hg",
                "scmreflabel": "rev"

app = HgApp()

D hgsrht/blueprints/__init__.py => hgsrht/blueprints/__init__.py +0 -0

D hgsrht/blueprints/repo.py => hgsrht/blueprints/repo.py +0 -563
@@ 1,563 0,0 @@
import binascii
import hashlib
import io
import json
import os
import os.path
import re
from flask import Blueprint, Response, render_template, abort, request
from flask import redirect, url_for, send_file
from hgsrht.hg import HgRepository, HgCommandError, torev2
from hgsrht.types import User, Repository, Redirect
from io import BytesIO
from jinja2 import Markup
from scmsrht.access import get_repo_or_redir, has_access, UserAccess
from scmsrht.formatting import get_formatted_readme, get_highlighted_file
from scmsrht.urls import get_clone_urls
from scmsrht.redis import redis
from srht.config import cfg
from unidiff import PatchSet

repo = Blueprint('repo', __name__)

def get_readme(hg_repo, root_dir, changeset):
    def _file_finder(name):
            bin_name = os.path.join(root_dir, name).encode('utf8')
            bin_txt = hg_repo.client.cat([bin_name], rev=changeset)
        except HgCommandError:
            return None, None

        m = hashlib.sha256()
        content_hash = m.hexdigest()
        return content_hash, bin_txt

    def _content_getter(bin_txt):
        return bin_txt.decode('utf8')

    return get_formatted_readme(
        'hg.sr.ht:hg', _file_finder, _content_getter)

def lookup_rev(hg_repo, rev):
        commits = hg_repo.client.log(revrange=rev)
    except HgCommandError:
        return None
    if commits:
        return torev2(commits[0])
    return None

def lookup_default_rev(hg_repo):
    rev = lookup_rev(hg_repo, '@')
    if rev:
        return '@', rev
    rev = lookup_rev(hg_repo, 'default')
    if rev:
        return 'default', rev
    rev = lookup_rev(hg_repo, 'tip')
    if rev:
        return 'tip', rev
    return None, None

def get_inverse_branch_heads(hg_repo):
    branches = hg_repo.client.branches()
    return dict([(b[2].decode(), b[0].decode()) for b in branches])

def get_inverse_bookmarks(hg_repo):
    bmarks, _ = hg_repo.client.bookmarks()
    inv_bmarks = {}
    for bm_name, bm_rev, bm_node in bmarks:
        n = inv_bmarks.setdefault(bm_node.decode(), [])
    return inv_bmarks

def get_rev_view_data(rev2, owner, repo, inv_branch_heads=None, inv_bookmarks=None):
    rev2.prefix = f'{rev2.rev}:'
    rev2.short_id = rev2.node[:12]
    rev2.long_id = rev2.node
    rev2.url = commit_rev_url(owner=owner, repo=repo, rev=rev2.node)
    rev2.browse_url = browse_rev_url(owner=owner, repo=repo, rev=rev2.node)
    rev2.archive_url = archive_rev_url(owner=owner, repo=repo, rev=rev2.node)
    rev2.log_url = log_rev_url(owner=owner, repo=repo, rev=rev2.node)
    rev2.refs = []
    if inv_branch_heads and rev2.short_id in inv_branch_heads:
            'name': rev2.branch, 'type': 'branch',
            'url': commit_rev_url(owner, repo, rev2.branch)})
    if inv_bookmarks and rev2.short_id in inv_bookmarks:
        rev2.refs += [
                'name': b, 'type': 'bookmark',
                'url': commit_rev_url(owner, repo, b)}
            for b in inv_bookmarks[rev2.short_id]]
    rev2.refs += [
            'name': t, 'type': 'tag',
            'url': commit_rev_url(owner, repo, t)}
        for t in rev2.tags]
    # TODO: add bookmarks
    rev2.parents = None # TODO
    return rev2

def get_last_3_commits(hg_repo, rev):
    revrange = rev.encode() + b'~2..'
    commits = hg_repo.client.log(revrange=revrange)
    commits = list(reversed(torev2(commits)))
    if len(commits) > 0 and commits[-1].rev < 0:
    return commits

def browse_rev_url(owner, repo, rev=None, path=""):
    return url_for(
        "repo.browse", owner=owner.canonical_name, repo=repo.name, rev=rev,

def log_rev_url(owner, repo, rev):
    return url_for(
        "repo.log", owner=owner.canonical_name, repo=repo.name, rev=rev)

def commit_rev_url(owner, repo, rev):
    return url_for(
        "repo.commit", owner=owner.canonical_name, repo=repo.name, rev=rev)

def raw_rev_url(owner, repo, rev, path):
    return url_for(
        "repo.raw_file", owner=owner.canonical_name, repo=repo.name, rev=rev,

def patch_rev_url(owner, repo, rev):
    return url_for(
        "repo.patch", owner=owner.canonical_name, repo=repo.name, rev=rev)

def archive_rev_url(owner, repo, rev):
    return url_for(
        "repo.archive", owner=owner.canonical_name, repo=repo.name, rev=rev)

def _highlight_file(name, content_hash, data):
    return get_highlighted_file('hg.sr.ht:hg', name, content_hash, data)

def authorize_http_access():
    original_uri = request.headers.get("X-Original-URI")
    original_uri = original_uri.split("/")
    owner, repo = original_uri[1], original_uri[2]
    owner, repo = get_repo_or_redir(owner, repo)
    if not repo:
        return "authorized", 200
    if not has_access(repo, UserAccess.read):
        return "unauthorized", 403
    return "authorized", 200

def summary(owner, repo):
    owner, repo = get_repo_or_redir(owner, repo)
    with HgRepository(repo.path) as hg_repo:
        clone_urls = get_clone_urls(
            cfg("hg.sr.ht", "origin"), owner, repo,

        def_name, def_rev = lookup_default_rev(hg_repo)
        if not def_rev:
            return render_template("empty-repo.html", owner=owner, repo=repo,

        tags = hg_repo.client.tags()
        # order by revision number as a cheap way to order by time.
        tags = sorted(
            filter(lambda c: c[0] != b'tip', tags),
            key=lambda c: int(c[1]), reverse=True)
        latest_tag = tags[0] if len(tags) else None

        heads = []
        if def_rev:
                'name': def_name,
                'actions': [
                    {'name': 'browse',
                     'url': browse_rev_url(owner, repo, def_name)},
                    {'name': 'log',
                     'url': log_rev_url(owner, repo, def_name)}]})
        if latest_tag:
            latest_tag_name = latest_tag[0].decode()
                'name': latest_tag_name,
                'actions': [
                    {'name': 'browse',
                     'url': browse_rev_url(owner, repo, latest_tag_name)},
                    {'name': '.tar.gz',
                     'url': archive_rev_url(owner, repo, latest_tag_name)}]})

        inv_branches = get_inverse_branch_heads(hg_repo)
        inv_bmarks = get_inverse_bookmarks(hg_repo)
        commits = [get_rev_view_data(r, owner, repo,
                   for r in get_last_3_commits(hg_repo, def_rev.node)]
        readme = get_readme(hg_repo, repo.path, def_rev.node)
        return render_template(
            "summary.html", view="summary", scmname="hg",
            owner=owner, repo=repo, readme=readme,
            commits=commits, clone_urls=clone_urls,
            refstitle="heads", refs=heads)

def get_repo_tree(hg_repo, revid, path):
    hg_out = hg_repo.rawcommand(b'manifest2', rev=revid, include=path)

    repo_tree = {}
    for line in hg_out.splitlines():
        perm = line[0:3].decode()
        ftypes = line[4:5].decode()
        size, fpath = line[6:].decode().split(' ', 1)
        isexec = '*' in ftypes
        islnk = '@' in ftypes
        isdir = 'd' in ftypes
        repo_tree[fpath] = (size, perm, isexec, islnk, isdir)
    return repo_tree

@repo.route("/<owner>/<repo>/browse", defaults={"rev": None, "path": ""})
@repo.route("/<owner>/<repo>/browse/<rev>", defaults={"path": ""})
def browse(owner, repo, rev, path):
    owner, repo = get_repo_or_redir(owner, repo)
    with HgRepository(repo.path) as hg_repo:
        # Figure out the hash of the revision we want.
        if not rev:
            rev, c = lookup_default_rev(hg_repo)
            commit = get_rev_view_data(c, owner, repo)
            ided_rev = hg_repo.client.identify(rev=rev)
            revid = ided_rev.decode().split(' ')[0]

            commits = hg_repo.client.log(revrange=revid)
            commit = get_rev_view_data(torev2(commits[0]), owner, repo)

        display_ref_prefix = (rev != 'default')

        # Build the breadcrumbs for the requested path.
        path_parts = [{'name': repo.name,
            'url': browse_rev_url(owner, repo, rev)}]
        parent_path_url = None
        if path:
            path_elems = path.split('/')
            cumul_path_elem = ''
            for pelem in path_elems:
                if cumul_path_elem:
                    cumul_path_elem += '/'
                cumul_path_elem += pelem
                    'name': pelem,
                    'url': browse_rev_url(owner, repo, rev, cumul_path_elem)})

            parent_path = os.path.dirname(path)
            parent_path_url = browse_rev_url(owner, repo, rev, parent_path)

        # Get the tree listing for this revision.
        repo_tree = get_repo_tree(hg_repo, commit.long_id, path)

        # If the path we had led us to a single file, let's show it.
        if len(repo_tree) == 1 and '.' in repo_tree:
            info = repo_tree['.']
            entry = {'type': 'file',
                     'name': os.path.basename(path),
                     'size': info[0],
                     'perm': 0o100000 + int(info[1], 8),
                     'exec': info[2],
                     'link': info[3]}
            if int(info[0]) < 250*1024*1024:
                full_path = os.path.join(repo.path, path)
                rawdata = hg_repo.client.cat([full_path.encode()], rev=commit.node)
                    data = rawdata.decode()
                    data = "[can't decode contents]"
                rawdata = b"[file too big]"
                data = rawdata.decode()

            m = hashlib.sha256()
            entry['hash'] = m.hexdigest()

            return render_template(
                "file.html", view='browse', owner=owner, repo=repo, ref=rev,
                path=path, path_parts=path_parts,
                entry=entry, data=data,
                raw_url=raw_rev_url(owner, repo, rev, path),
                commit=commit, parent_path_url=parent_path_url)

    # Let's show the folder/file tree.
    entries = []
    for rel_path, info in sorted(repo_tree.items(), key=lambda i: i[0]):
        full_path = os.path.join(path, rel_path)
        entry_url = browse_rev_url(owner, repo, rev, full_path)
        if info[4]:
            e = {'type': 'dir',
                 'name': rel_path,
                 'perm': 0o40000,
                 'path': full_path,
                 'browse_url': entry_url}
            e = {'type': 'file',
                 'name': rel_path,
                 'path': full_path,
                 'size': info[0],
                 'perm': 0o100000 + int(info[1], 8),
                 'exec': info[2],
                 'link': info[3],
                 'browse_url': entry_url}

    return render_template(
        'browse.html', view='browse', owner=owner, repo=repo, ref=rev,
        ref_tree_url=browse_rev_url(owner, repo, rev),
        ref_commit_url=commit_rev_url(owner, repo, rev),
        path=path, path_parts=path_parts, entries=entries,
        commit=commit, parent_path_url=parent_path_url)

def raw_file(owner, repo, rev, path):
    owner, repo = get_repo_or_redir(owner, repo)
    with HgRepository(repo.path) as hg_repo:
        ided_rev = hg_repo.client.identify(rev=rev)
        revid = ided_rev.decode().split(' ')[0]

            full_path = os.path.join(repo.path, path)
            data = hg_repo.client.cat([full_path.encode()], rev=revid)
        except HgCommandError:

        # This is kinda lame, but it's how Mercurial seems to do it, and
        # I can't find another better way to get this info.
        is_binary = data and b'\0' in data
        fname = os.path.basename(path)
        return send_file(BytesIO(data),
                mimetype="text/plain" if not is_binary else None)

def get_log(hg_repo, start_commit=None, path=None, commits_per_page=20):
    files = [path] if path else []
    limit = commits_per_page
    revrange = None
    if start_commit:
        revrange = 'reverse(ancestors({}))'.format(start_commit).encode('utf8')
    # TODO: use custom template to get merge parents, bookmarks, etc.
    commits = hg_repo.client.log(revrange=revrange, limit=limit, files=files)
    commits = torev2(commits)
    if len(commits) > 0 and commits[-1].rev < 0:
    return commits

@repo.route("/<owner>/<repo>/log", defaults={"rev": None, "path": ""})
@repo.route("/<owner>/<repo>/log/<rev>", defaults={"path": ""})
def log(owner, repo, rev, path):
    owner, repo = get_repo_or_redir(owner, repo)
    with HgRepository(repo.path) as hg_repo:
        from_rev = request.args.get("from")
        if from_rev:
            rev = from_rev + '^'

        commits_per_page = 20
        commits = get_log(hg_repo, rev, path, commits_per_page + 1)
        has_more = len(commits) == (commits_per_page + 1)

        inv_branches = get_inverse_branch_heads(hg_repo)
        inv_bmarks = get_inverse_bookmarks(hg_repo)
        commits = [get_rev_view_data(r, owner, repo,
            for r in commits[:commits_per_page]]

        next_page_url = None
        if has_more:
            query_params = {'from': commits[-1].node}
            next_page_url = url_for("repo.log",
                owner=owner.canonical_name, repo=repo.name, rev=rev, path=path,

        return render_template("log.html", view="log",
                owner=owner, repo=repo, rev=rev, path=path,
                has_more=has_more, next_page_url=next_page_url)

def get_diff_data(owner, repo, hg_repo, revid):
    diff = hg_repo.client.diff(change=revid, git=True)
    with io.StringIO(diff.decode()) as data:
        patches = PatchSet(data)

    stats = {
        'count_files': len(patches),
        # Can use `.added` and `.removed` when we upgrade to unidiff>=0.5.5
        'count_insertions': sum([f.added for f in patches]),
        'count_deletions': sum([f.removed for f in patches])

    changes = []
    for patch in patches:
        # Now that Mercurial prepends the old/new file paths with `a/`
        # and `b/` respectively so we need to strip that out.
        change = {
            'old_file': {
                'path': patch.source_file[2:],
                'url': browse_rev_url(owner, repo, revid, patch.source_file[2:])},
            'new_file': {
                'path': patch.target_file[2:],
                'url': browse_rev_url(owner, repo, revid, patch.target_file[2:])},
            'count_insertions': patch.added,
            'count_deletions': patch.removed}
        if patch.is_modified_file:
            change['status_char'] = 'M'
        elif patch.is_added_file:
            change['status_char'] = 'A'
        elif patch.is_removed_file:
            change['status_char'] = 'R'

        change['hunks'] = []
        for hunk in patch:
            hdata = {
                'old_start': hunk.source_start,
                'old_lines': hunk.source_length,
                'new_start': hunk.target_start,
                'new_lines': hunk.target_length,
            hdata['lines'] = []
            for line in hunk:
                ldata = {'content': line.value,
                         'inserted': line.is_added,
                         'deleted': line.is_removed}



    return {'stats': stats, 'changes': changes}

def commit(owner, repo, rev):
    owner, repo = get_repo_or_redir(owner, repo)
    with HgRepository(repo.path) as hg_repo:
        commit = lookup_rev(hg_repo, rev)
        if not commit:

        key = "hg.sr.ht:hg:commit:{}:{}:{}:v1".format(
            owner.username, repo.name, commit.node)
        diff_json = redis.get(key)
        if True: #not diff_json:
            diff_data = get_diff_data(owner, repo, hg_repo, commit.node)
            redis.set(key, json.dumps(diff_data))
            diff_data = json.loads(diff_json)

        return render_template("commit.html", view="log",
            owner=owner, repo=repo, commit=commit,
            patch_url=patch_rev_url(owner, repo, rev),
            browse_url=browse_rev_url(owner, repo, rev),

def patch(owner, repo, rev):
    owner, repo = get_repo_or_redir(owner, repo)
    with HgRepository(repo.path) as hg_repo:
        commit = lookup_rev(hg_repo, rev)
        if not commit:

        patch_data = hg_repo.client.export(rev.encode(), git=True)
        return send_file(BytesIO(patch_data),

def get_branch_info(owner, repo, hg_repo, branch):
    name, rev, node = branch
    c = get_rev_view_data(lookup_rev(hg_repo, node), owner, repo)
    c.name = name.decode()
    c.is_default = (c.name == 'default')
    return c

def get_bookmark_info(owner, repo, hg_repo, bmark):
    name, rev, node = bmark
    c = get_rev_view_data(lookup_rev(hg_repo, node), owner, repo)
    c.name = name.decode()
    return c

def get_tag_info(owner, repo, hg_repo, tag):
    name, rev, node, islocal = tag
    c = get_rev_view_data(lookup_rev(hg_repo, node), owner, repo)
    c.name = name.decode()
    return c

def heads(owner, repo):
    owner, repo = get_repo_or_redir(owner, repo)
    with HgRepository(repo.path) as hg_repo:
        branches = hg_repo.client.branches()
        bmarks, _ = hg_repo.client.bookmarks()
        tags = hg_repo.client.tags()

        results_per_page = 10
        page = request.args.get("page")
        total_results = max(len(tags), len(branches))
        total_pages = total_results // results_per_page + 1
        if total_results % results_per_page == 0:
            total_pages -= 1
        if page is not None:
                page = max(0, int(page) - 1)
                page = 0
            page = 0
        offset = page * results_per_page
        branches = branches[offset:offset+results_per_page]
        bmarks = bmarks[offset:offset+results_per_page]
        tags = tags[offset:offset+results_per_page]

        branches = [get_branch_info(owner, repo, hg_repo, b) for b in branches]
        bmarks = [get_bookmark_info(owner, repo, hg_repo, bm) for bm in bmarks]
        tags = [get_tag_info(owner, repo, hg_repo, t) for t in tags]

        return render_template("heads.html", view="heads",
            owner=owner, repo=repo,
            tags=tags, branches=branches, bookmarks=bmarks,
            page=(page + 1), total_pages=total_pages)

def branches(owner, repo):

def archive(owner, repo, rev):
    owner, repo = get_repo_or_redir(owner, repo)
    with HgRepository(repo.path) as hg_repo:
        commit = lookup_rev(hg_repo, rev)
        if not commit:

        path = f"/tmp/{rev}{binascii.hexlify(os.urandom(8))}.tar.gz"

        f = open(path, "rb")

        return send_file(f,

D hgsrht/hg.py => hgsrht/hg.py +0 -83
@@ 1,83 0,0 @@
from hglib.client import hgclient, revision
from hglib.error import CommandError as HgCommandError
from hglib.util import cmdbuilder
import os
import os.path
import re
import configparser

def set_hgrc_option(repo_path, section, name, value):
    set_hgrc_options(repo_path, [(section, name, value)])

def set_hgrc_options(repo_path, opts):
    cfg = configparser.ConfigParser()

    hgrc_path = os.path.join(repo_path, '.hg', 'hgrc')

    for section, name, value in opts:
        if not cfg.has_section(section):
        cfg.set(section, name, str(value))

    with open(hgrc_path, 'w', encoding='utf8') as fp:

class HgRepository:
    def __init__(self, path):
        self.path = path
        self._client = hgclient(path, encoding=None, configs=None,

    def client(self):
        return self._client

    def __enter__(self):
        return self

    def __exit__(self, *_):

    def rawcommand(self, command, *args, **kwargs):
        hg_args = cmdbuilder(command, *args, **kwargs)
        return self._client.rawcommand(hg_args)

def get_first_line(msg):
    idx = msg.find("\n")
    if idx > 0:
        return msg[:idx]
    return msg

re_author = re.compile(r'(?P<name>.*?)\s*(\<(?P<email>.+@.+)\>)')

def split_author(author):
    m = re_author.match(author)
    if m:
        return m.group('name'), m.group('email')
    return author, None

def torev2(revs):
    if isinstance(revs, revision):
        return revision2(revs)
    if isinstance(revs, list):
        return [revision2(r) for r in revs]
    if isinstance(revs, tuple):
        return (revision2(r) for r in revs)
    if isinstance(revs, set):
        return {revision2(r) for r in revs}

class revision2:
    def __init__(self, rev):
        self.rev = int(rev.rev.decode())
        self.node = rev.node.decode()
        self.node_short = self.node[:12]
        self.tags = rev.tags.decode().split()
        self.branch = rev.branch.decode()
        self.author = rev.author.decode()
        self.author_name, self.author_email = split_author(rev.author.decode())
        self.desc = rev.desc.decode()
        self.desc_first_line = get_first_line(self.desc)
        self.date = rev.date

D hgsrht/hgext/__init__.py => hgsrht/hgext/__init__.py +0 -78
@@ 1,78 0,0 @@
# hgsrht extension
# Mercurial extension used internally by hgsrht, sourcehut.org's Mercurial
# hosting service.

from mercurial.i18n import _
from mercurial import scmutil, registrar, pycompat

cmdtable = {}
command = registrar.command(cmdtable)

"""facilities for hgsrht"""

         [('r', 'rev', '', _('revision to display'), _('REV')),
          ('I', 'include', '', _('path to include'), _('PATH'))],
         _('[-r REV]'))
def manifest2(ui, repo, rev=None, **opts):
    """like the manifest command, but with more info"""
    char = {'l': '@', 'x': '*', '': '', 't': 'd'}
    mode = {'l': '644', 'x': '755', '': '644', 't': '755'}

    opts = pycompat.byteskwargs(opts)
    ctx = scmutil.revsingle(repo, rev)
    mf = ctx.manifest()

    incpath = opts.get('include')
    len_incpath = len(incpath)

    cut_pos = 0
    slash_pos = len_incpath
    if len_incpath > 0:
        if incpath[-1] == '/':
            slash_pos -= 1
        cut_pos = slash_pos + 1

    items = {}

    for f, fctx in mf.iteritems():
        # Eliminate anything that's not remotely close to what we want.
        if len_incpath > 0 and f[:len_incpath] != incpath:

        # Now figure out if we have the exact thing we want (if we were
        # given a file name), something that's inside what we want (if
        # we were given a directory name), or something that just starts
        # the same but isn't what we want.
        if len_incpath > 0:
            if f == incpath:
                # The file we want!
                items['.'] = f

            if f[slash_pos] != '/':
                # Something whose name starts the same, but isn't in the
                # directory we wanted.

        remain = f[cut_pos:]
        elements = remain.split('/')
        if len(elements) == 1:
            # This is a file that's at the nesting level we want.
            items[remain] = f
            # This is a file that's in a sub-directory, so we just
            # record that directory's existence if needed.
            first_elem = elements[0]
            if first_elem not in items:
                items[first_elem] = None  # Denotes a non-empty directory.

    for rel, path in items.iteritems():
        if path is not None:
            fctx = ctx.filectx(path)
            fl = fctx.flags()
            fsize = fctx.size()
            ui.write('%s %1s %d %s\n' % (mode[fl], char[fl], fsize, rel))
            ui.write('755 d 0 %s\n' % rel)

D hgsrht/oauth.py => hgsrht/oauth.py +0 -8
@@ 1,8 0,0 @@
from srht.oauth import set_base_service
from scmsrht.oauth import ScmOAuthService

class HgOAuthService(ScmOAuthService):
    def __init__(self):


D hgsrht/repos.py => hgsrht/repos.py +0 -28
@@ 1,28 0,0 @@
import os
import os.path
import subprocess
from hgsrht.hg import set_hgrc_options
from hgsrht.types import Redirect, Repository
from scmsrht.repos import SimpleRepoApi
from srht.config import cfg

repos_path = cfg("hg.sr.ht", "repos")
changegroup_script = cfg("hg.sr.ht", "changegroup-script")
hgext_path = cfg("hg.sr.ht", "srhtext", os.path.abspath(os.path.join(
        os.path.dirname(__file__), 'hgext')))

class HgRepoApi(SimpleRepoApi):
    def __init__(self):

    def do_init_repo(self, owner, repo):
        os.makedirs(repo.path, mode=0o775)
        subprocess.run(["hg", "init"], cwd=repo.path,
            stdout=subprocess.DEVNULL, stderr=subprocess.DEVNULL)
            [('srht', 'repo_id', str(repo.id)),
             ('hooks', 'changegroup.srht', changegroup_script),
             ('extensions', 'srht', hgext_path)])

D hgsrht/submit.py => hgsrht/submit.py +0 -81
@@ 1,81 0,0 @@
import html
import os
import os.path
import re
import requests
import yaml
from buildsrht.manifest import Manifest
from hglib.error import CommandError as HgCommandError
from hgsrht.hg import HgRepository, revision2
from scmsrht.submit import BuildSubmitterBase
from srht.config import cfg
from srht.database import DbSession, db
from srht.oauth import OAuthScope
from urllib.parse import urlparse

if not hasattr(db, "session"):
    db = DbSession(cfg("hg.sr.ht", "connection-string"))
    import hgsrht.types

builds_sr_ht = cfg("builds.sr.ht", "origin")
builds_client_id = cfg("builds.sr.ht", "oauth-client-id")
hg_sr_ht = cfg("hg.sr.ht", "origin")

class HgBuildSubmitter(BuildSubmitterBase):
    def __init__(self, repo, hg_repo):
        super().__init__(hg_sr_ht, 'hg', repo)
        self.hg_repo = hg_repo

    def find_manifests(self, commit):
        manifests = {}
        nodeid = commit.node.encode()
            path = os.path.join(self.repo.path, ".build.yml")
            build_yml = self.hg_repo.client.cat([path.encode()], rev=nodeid)
            manifests[".build.yml"] = build_yml
        except HgCommandError:
        if not manifests:
            builds_dir_pat = '.builds/*'.encode()
                paths = self.hg_repo.rawcommand(b'files', rev=nodeid,
            except HgCommandError:
                paths = []
            for p in paths:
                p = p.decode()
                _, ext = os.path.splitext(p)
                if ext == '.yml' or ext == '.yaml':
                    name = os.path.basename(p)
                    path = os.path.join(self.repo.path, p)
                    build_yml = self.hg_repo.client.cat([path.encode()], rev=nodeid)
                    manifests[name] = build_yml
        return manifests

    def get_commit_id(self, commit):
        return commit.node

    def get_commit_note(self, commit):
        return "{}\n\n[{}]({}) &mdash; [{}](mailto:{})".format(
                "~" + self.repo.owner.username,

def trigger_changegroup_build(repo, nodeid):
    if not builds_sr_ht:
        return False

    with HgRepository(repo.path) as hg_repo:
        commits = hg_repo.client.log(revrange=nodeid.encode())
        commit = revision2(commits[0])

        s = HgBuildSubmitter(repo, hg_repo)

D hgsrht/templates/bookmarks.html => hgsrht/templates/bookmarks.html +0 -65
@@ 1,65 0,0 @@
{% extends "repo.html" %}
{% import "utils.html" as utils with context %}
{% block title %}
<title>{{repo.owner.canonical_name}}/{{repo.name}} refs - {{cfg("sr.ht", "site-name")}} hg</title>
{% endblock %}

{% block content %}
<div class="container">
  <div class="row">
    <div class="col-md-8">
      <div class="event-list">
        {% for bmark in bookmarks %}
        {% set name, commit = bmark %}
        <div class="event">
          <h4 style="margin-bottom: 0.5rem">
            <small class="pull-right text-muted">
              {{commit.date | date}}
                style="margin-left: 0.5rem"
                  repo=repo.name, rev=name)}}"
              >.tar.gz {{icon("caret-right")}}</a>
                style="margin-left: 0.5rem"
                  repo=repo.name, rev=tag.name)}}"
              >browse {{icon("caret-right")}}</a>
          {% if tag.message %}
          <pre style="padding-bottom: 0;">{{tag.message}}</pre>
          {% endif %}
        {% endfor %}
        {{ pagination() }}
    <div class="col-md-4">
      <div class="event-list">
        {% for branch in branches %}
        {% set name = branch[0] %}
        {% set commit = branch[2] %}
        {% set branch = branch[1] %}
        <div class="event">
          {{ utils.commit_event(repo, commit, skip_body=True) }}
              repo=repo.name, ref=name)}}"
            class="btn btn-block {{ "btn-primary"
                if branch.name == git_repo.default_branch().name
                else "btn-default" }}"
          >browse {{icon("caret-right")}}</a>
        {% endfor %}
{% endblock %}

D hgsrht/templates/browse.html => hgsrht/templates/browse.html +0 -5
@@ 1,5 0,0 @@
{% extends "repo.html" %}

{% block content %}
{% include "partials/scmtree.html" %}
{% endblock %}

D hgsrht/templates/commit.html => hgsrht/templates/commit.html +0 -6
@@ 1,6 0,0 @@
{% extends "repo.html" %}

{% block content %}
{% include "partials/scmpatch.html" %}
{% endblock %}

D hgsrht/templates/dashboard.html => hgsrht/templates/dashboard.html +0 -11
@@ 1,11 0,0 @@
{% extends "scmindex.html" %}
{% block welcome_user %}
Welcome back, {{ current_user.username }}! 
This is the {{cfg("sr.ht", "site-name")}} mercurial hosting service. 
Documentation for its use is <a href="https://man.sr.ht/hg.sr.ht">available here</a>.
<div class="alert alert-danger">
  hg.sr.ht is new and unstable. Bugs and missing features abound. Here be
{% endblock %}

D hgsrht/templates/file.html => hgsrht/templates/file.html +0 -5
@@ 1,5 0,0 @@
{% extends "repo.html" %}

{% block content %}
{% include "partials/scmfile.html" %}
{% endblock %}

D hgsrht/templates/heads.html => hgsrht/templates/heads.html +0 -5
@@ 1,5 0,0 @@
{% extends "repo.html" %}

{% block content %}
{% include "partials/scmrefs.html" %}
{% endblock %}

D hgsrht/templates/index.html => hgsrht/templates/index.html +0 -36
@@ 1,36 0,0 @@
{% extends "scmbase.html" %}
{% block content %}
<div class="container">
  <div class="row">
    <div class="col-md-8">
        Welcome to <strong>{{domain}}</strong>! This is the Mercurial hosting
        service for
        <a href="{{cfg("sr.ht", "site-info")}}">
          {{cfg("sr.ht", "site-name")}}</a>,
        {{cfg("sr.ht", "site-blurb")}}.
        {% if cfg("git.sr.ht", "origin", default=None) %}
        For git support, see our
        <a href="{{cfg("git.sr.ht", "origin")}}">
          git service</a>.
        {% endif %}
        Features of this service include:
        <li>Public, private, and "unlisted" repositories</li>
        <li>Fine grained access control, including access for users without accounts</li>
        <li>Software release management</li>
        class="btn btn-primary"
        href="{{cfg("meta.sr.ht", "origin")}}/register"
      >Register here {{icon('caret-right')}}</a>
      <a href="{{oauth_url}}">
        Log in {{icon('caret-right')}}
      to get started.
{% endblock %}

D hgsrht/templates/log.html => hgsrht/templates/log.html +0 -5
@@ 1,5 0,0 @@
{% extends "repo.html" %}

{% block content %}
{% include "partials/scmlog.html" %}
{% endblock %}

D hgsrht/templates/repo.html => hgsrht/templates/repo.html +0 -18
@@ 1,18 0,0 @@
{% extends "scmrepo.html" %}

{% block tabs %}
    repo=repo.name), "summary")}}
    repo=repo.name), "browse")}}
    repo=repo.name), "log")}}
    repo=repo.name), "heads")}}
{# TODO: contributors #}
{{ super() }}
{% endblock %}

D hgsrht/templates/summary.html => hgsrht/templates/summary.html +0 -5
@@ 1,5 0,0 @@
{% extends "repo.html" %}

{% block content %}
{% include "partials/scmsummary.html" %}
{% endblock %}

D hgsrht/templates/utils.html => hgsrht/templates/utils.html +0 -42
@@ 1,42 0,0 @@
{% macro breadcrumb(rev, repo, path_segs, path_join) %}
{# TODO: Default branches other than default #}
{% if rev != "default" %}
<span style="margin-right: 1rem">
  <span class="text-muted">branch:</span> {{ rev }}
{% endif %}
{% if path_segs %}
<a href="{{url_for("repo.browse",
  owner=repo.owner.canonical_name, repo=repo.name, rev=rev)}}"
>{{repo.name}}</a>{% endif %}/{% for part in path_segs %}{%
  if loop.last %}{{part}}{% else %}<a
    href="{{url_for("repo.browse", owner=repo.owner.canonical_name,
      repo=repo.name, rev=rev,
endif %}{% endfor %}
{% endmacro %}

{% macro commit_event(repo, commit, full=False) %}
    href="{{url_for("repo.commit", owner=repo.owner.canonical_name,
      repo=repo.name, rev=commit.node)}}"
  {% set author_user = lookup_user(commit.author_email) %}
  {% if author_user %}
  <a href="{{url_for("public.user_index",
  {% else %}
  {% endif %}
    class="text-muted pull-right"
  >{{ commit.date | date }}</a>
<pre>{{ commit.desc_first_line }}</pre>
{% endmacro %}

D hgsrht/types/__init__.py => hgsrht/types/__init__.py +0 -20
@@ 1,20 0,0 @@
from srht.database import Base
from srht.oauth import ExternalUserMixin, ExternalOAuthTokenMixin
from scmsrht.repos import (
        BaseAccessMixin, BaseRedirectMixin, BaseRepositoryMixin,

class User(Base, ExternalUserMixin):

class OAuthToken(Base, ExternalOAuthTokenMixin):

class Access(Base, BaseAccessMixin):

class Redirect(Base, BaseRedirectMixin):

class Repository(Base, BaseRepositoryMixin):

D run.py => run.py +0 -55
@@ 1,55 0,0 @@
import logging

logger = logging.getLogger('werkzeug')

def configure_hg_arguments(parser):
    parser.add_argument('--http-serve', action='store_true',
        help="Also serve the Mercurial repositories for HTTP cloning.")

def configure_hg_app(app, args):
    if not args.http_serve:

    from srht.config import cfg, cfgi
    hgreposdir = cfg('hg.sr.ht', 'repos')
    print("Serving Mercurial repos from {}".format(hgreposdir))
    app.wsgi_app = HttpHgRepos(app.wsgi_app, hgreposdir)

class HttpHgRepos:
    def __init__(self, app, reposdir, ssl=None):
        self._app = app
        self._reposdir = reposdir
        self._ssl = None

        import re
        self._re = re.compile(r'/~[^/]+/[^/]+/\.hg')

    def __call__(self, environ, start_response):
        import os.path
        from werkzeug.exceptions import NotFound
        from werkzeug.wrappers import Request, Response
        from werkzeug.wsgi import wrap_file

        request = Request(environ)
        if self._re.search(request.path):
            path = os.path.join(self._reposdir, request.path.lstrip('/'))
            if os.path.isfile(path):
                f = wrap_file(environ, open(path, 'rb'))
                r = Response(f, direct_passthrough=True)
                return r(environ, start_response)
            return NotFound()(environ, start_response)

        return self._app(environ, start_response)

if __name__ == '__main__':
    from srht.debug import configure_static_folder, configure_static_serving
    from srht.debug import configure_static_arguments, build_parser, run_app
    from hgsrht.app import app
    parser = build_parser(app)
    args = parser.parse_args()
    configure_static_serving(app, args)
    configure_hg_app(app, args)

D scss/main.scss => scss/main.scss +0 -152
@@ 1,152 0,0 @@
@import "base";

.filter-repos {
  .btn {
    height: 1.9rem;

.repo-nav {
  margin-left: 1rem;

.header-extension {
  margin-top: -1rem;
  margin-bottom: 1rem;
  background: #ddd;

pre {
  padding-left: 0;
  padding-right: 0;
  background: transparent;

.tree-list {
  display: grid;
  // mode name
  grid-template-columns: auto 1fr 4fr auto auto;

  svg {
    color: #777;

  .size {
    text-align: right;

  .name.file a {
    color: $gray-900;

  .mode, .commit, .commit a, .date, .size {
    color: $gray-700;

  & > div {
    padding: 0.1rem 0.5rem;
    background: transparent;

    &.id {
      text-align: right;

    &.comments {
      text-align: center;

    @for $i from 1 through 5 {
      &:nth-child(5n+#{$i}) {
        grid-column-start: $i;

      // Striped rows
      &:nth-child(10n+#{$i}) {
        background: rgba(0,0,0,.05);

.code-view {
  display: grid;
  grid-template-columns: auto 1fr;
  grid-template-rows: auto;

  .lines {
    grid-column-start: 1;
    grid-row-start: 1;
    border-right: 1px solid #444;
    text-align: right;
    padding-left: 0.5rem;
    padding-right: 0.5rem;
    background: #eee;

  .highlight {
    grid-column-start: 2;
    grid-row-start: 1;
    padding-left: 1rem;
    background: transparent;
    overflow-x: hidden;

    pre {
      background: transparent;

  .ruler {
    background: transparent;
    grid-column-start: 2;
    grid-row-start: 1;
    display: block;
    padding-left: calc(1rem + 4px);
    height: 100%;
    pointer-events: none;

    pre {
      background: transparent;

    & > span {
      height: 100%;
      display: inline-block;
      border-right: 1px solid $gray-200;

.ref {
  border-width: 1px;
  border-style: solid;
  padding: 0.1rem 0.2rem;

  &.branch {
    border-color: darken($info, 20);
    background: $info;
    color: $white;

  &.tag {
    border-color: darken($primary, 20);
    background: $primary;
    color: $white;

  &.tag.annotated {
    border-color: darken($success, 20);
    background: $success;
    color: $white;

.diff {
  .text-danger {
    color: darken($danger, 10) !important;

  .text-success {
    color: darken($success, 10) !important;

D setup.py => setup.py +0 -70
@@ 1,70 0,0 @@
#!/usr/bin/env python3
from distutils.core import setup
import subprocess
import os
import site
import sys

if hasattr(site, 'getsitepackages'):
    pkg_dirs = site.getsitepackages()
    if site.getusersitepackages():
    for pkg_dir in pkg_dirs:
        srht_path = os.path.join(pkg_dir, "srht")
        if os.path.isdir(srht_path):
        raise Exception("Can't find core srht module in your site packages "
            "directories. Please install it first.")
    srht_path = os.getenv("SRHT_PATH")
    if not srht_path:
        raise Exception("You're running inside a virtual environment. "
            "Due to virtualenv limitations, you need to set the "
            "$SRHT_PATH environment variable to the path of the "
            "core srht module.")
    elif not os.path.isdir(srht_path):
        raise Exception(
            "The $SRHT_PATH environment variable points to an invalid "
            "directory: {}".format(srht_path))

subp = subprocess.run(["make", "SRHT_PATH=" + srht_path])
if subp.returncode != 0:

ver = os.environ.get("PKGVER") or subprocess.run(['git', 'describe', '--tags'],

  name = 'hgsrht',
  packages = [
  version = ver,
  description = 'hg.sr.ht website',
  author = 'Ludovic Chabant',
  author_email = 'ludovic@chabant.com',
  url = 'https://git.sr.ht/~sircmpwn/hg.sr.ht',
  install_requires = ['srht', 'scmsrht', 'python-hglib', 'unidiff'],
  license = 'AGPL-3.0',
      'hgsrht': [
  scripts = [

D static => static +0 -1
@@ 1,1 0,0 @@
\ No newline at end of file