|Re: [jgit-dev] rename detection working|
On Mon, Jul 5, 2010 at 2:17 AM, Matthias Sohn <matthias.sohn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > 2010/7/4 Shawn O. Pearce <spearce@xxxxxxxxxxx> >> >> Folks, we now have rename detection in JGit. Its working pretty >> well already. It could be faster, blah blah blah, but it seems >> pretty solid thus far. >> >> For example: >> >> $ jgit log --name-status --follow builtin/fsck.c | grep ^R >> R100 builtin-fsck.c builtin/fsck.c >> R099 fsck.c builtin-fsck.c >> R099 fsck-objects.c fsck.c >> R099 fsck-cache.c fsck-objects.c >> >> :-) >> >> The code to use it is pretty simple. Assuming you already have a >> properly configured TreeWalk for the difference you want to view: >> >> RenameDetector rd = new RenameDetector(repository); >> rd.addAll(DiffEntry.scan(tw)); >> List<DiffEntry> files = rd.compute(); >> >> And then traverse over that file set. Since compute can be very >> long running (due to the O(N^2) nature of the rename algorithm), >> you can also pass it a ProgressMonitor. >> >> Patches are on Gerrit pending review. Some major highlights from >> the series are: >> >> http://egit.eclipse.org/r/1048 : bulk of the rename detector >> http://egit.eclipse.org/r/1055 : log --follow > > Wow, this was a fast win :-) > I think we need CQs for some of Jeff's changes (some have already been > merged), > or can they pass IP clearance with PMC approval ? I think they can go with just PMC approval. Jeff is my intern at Google. As such, his work is copyright Google, and I'm the one submitting it on his behalf. -- Shawn.
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