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#!/usr/bin/env python
# Originally modified from A. Israel's script seen at
# https://gist.github.com/aisrael/b2b78d9dfdd176a232b9
"""To run this script first install the dependencies


  virtualenv v
  source v/bin/activate
  pip install githubpy GitPython requests

Generate a github access token; this is needed as the anonymous access
to Github's API will easily hit the limit even with a single invocation.
For details see:
https://help.github.com/articles/creating-an-access-token-for-command-line-use/

Next either set the github token as an env variable
`GITHUB_ACCESS_TOKEN` or alternatively invoke the script with
`--token` switch.

Example:

  ceph-release-notes -r tags/v0.87..origin/giant \
      $(git rev-parse --show-toplevel)

"""

from __future__ import print_function
import argparse
import github
import os
import re
import sys
import requests
import time

from git import Repo


fixes_re = re.compile(r"Fixes\:? #(\d+)")
reviewed_by_re = re.compile(r"Rev(.*)By", re.IGNORECASE)
# labels is the list of relevant labels defined for github.com/ceph/ceph
labels = {'bluestore', 'build/ops', 'cephfs', 'common', 'core', 'mgr',
          'mon', 'performance', 'pybind', 'rdma', 'rgw', 'rbd', 'tests',
          'tools'}
merge_re = re.compile("Merge (pull request|PR) #(\d+).*")
# prefixes is the list of commit description prefixes we recognize
prefixes = ['bluestore', 'build/ops', 'cephfs', 'cephx', 'cli', 'cmake',
            'common', 'core', 'crush', 'doc', 'fs', 'librados', 'librbd',
            'log', 'mds', 'mgr', 'mon', 'msg', 'objecter', 'osd', 'pybind',
            'rbd', 'rbd-mirror', 'rbd-nbd', 'rgw', 'tests', 'tools']
signed_off_re = re.compile("Signed-off-by: (.+) <")
tracker_re = re.compile("http://tracker.ceph.com/issues/(\d+)")
rst_link_re = re.compile(r"([a-zA-Z0-9])_(\W)")
tracker_uri = "http://tracker.ceph.com/issues/{0}.json"


def get_original_issue(issue, verbose):
    r = requests.get(tracker_uri.format(issue),
                     params={"include": "relations"}).json()

    # looking up for the original issue only makes sense
    # when dealing with an issue in the Backport tracker
    if r["issue"]["tracker"]["name"] != "Backport":
        if verbose:
            print ("http://tracker.ceph.com/issues/" + issue +
                   " is from the tracker " + r["issue"]["tracker"]["name"] +
                   ", do not look for the original issue")
        return issue

    # if a Backport issue does not have a relation, keep it
    if "relations" not in r["issue"]:
        if verbose:
            print ("http://tracker.ceph.com/issues/" + issue +
                   " has no relations, do not look for the original issue")
        return issue

    copied_to = [
                    str(i['issue_id']) for i in r["issue"]["relations"]
                    if i["relation_type"] == "copied_to"
                ]
    if copied_to:
        if len(copied_to) > 1:
            if verbose:
                print ("ERROR: http://tracker.ceph.com/issues/" + issue +
                       " has more than one Copied To relation")
            return issue
        if verbose:
            print ("http://tracker.ceph.com/issues/" + issue +
                   " is the backport of http://tracker.ceph.com/issues/" +
                   copied_to[0])
        return copied_to[0]
    else:
        if verbose:
            print ("http://tracker.ceph.com/issues/" + issue +
                   " has no copied_to relations; do not look for the" +
                   " original issue")
        return issue


def split_component(title, gh, number):
    title_re = '(' + '|'.join(prefixes) + ')(:.*)'
    match = re.match(title_re, title)
    if match:
        return match.group(1)+match.group(2)
    else:
        issue = gh.repos("ceph")("ceph").issues(number).get()
        issue_labels = {it['name'] for it in issue['labels']}
        if 'documentation' in issue_labels:
            return 'doc: ' + title
        item = set(prefixes).intersection(issue_labels)
        if item:
            return ",".join(sorted(item)) + ': ' + title
        else:
            return 'UNKNOWN: ' + title

def _title_message(commit, pr, strict):
    title = pr['title']
    message_lines = commit.message.split('\n')
    if strict or len(message_lines) < 1:
        return (title, None)
    lines = []
    for line in message_lines[1:]:
        if reviewed_by_re.match(line):
            continue
        line = line.strip()
        if line:
            lines.append(line)
    if len(lines) == 0:
        return (title, None)
    duplicates_pr_title = lines[0] == pr['title'].strip()
    if duplicates_pr_title:
        return (title, None)
    assert len(lines) > 0, "missing message content"
    if len(lines) == 1:
        # assume that a single line means the intention is to
        # re-write the PR title
        return (lines[0], None)
    message = "    " + "\n    ".join(lines)
    return (title, message)

def make_release_notes(gh, repo, ref, plaintext, html, verbose, strict, use_tags):

    issue2prs = {}
    pr2issues = {}
    pr2info = {}

    for commit in repo.iter_commits(ref, merges=True):
        merge = merge_re.match(commit.summary)
        if not merge:
            continue
        number = merge.group(2)
        print ("Considering PR#" + number)
        # do not pick up ceph/ceph-qa-suite.git PRs
        if int(number) < 1311:
            print ("Ignoring low-numbered PR, probably picked up from"
                   " ceph/ceph-qa-suite.git")
            continue

        attempts = 0
        retries = 30
        while attempts < retries:
            try:
                pr = gh.repos("ceph")("ceph").pulls(number).get()
                break
            except Exception:
                if attempts < retries:
                    attempts += 1
                    sleep_time = 2 * attempts
                    print(f"Failed to fetch PR {number}, sleeping for {sleep_time} seconds")
                    time.sleep(sleep_time)
                else:
                    print(f"Could not fetch PR {number} in {retries} tries.")
                    raise
        (title, message) = _title_message(commit, pr, strict)
        issues = []
        if pr['body']:
            issues = fixes_re.findall(pr['body']) + tracker_re.findall(
                pr['body']
            )

        authors = {}
        for c in repo.iter_commits(
                     "{sha1}^1..{sha1}^2".format(sha1=commit.hexsha)
                 ):
            for author in re.findall(
                              "Signed-off-by:\s*(.*?)\s*<", c.message
                          ):
                authors[author] = 1
            issues.extend(fixes_re.findall(c.message) +
                          tracker_re.findall(c.message))
        if authors:
            author = ", ".join(authors.keys())
        else:
            author = commit.parents[-1].author.name

        if strict and not issues:
            print ("ERROR: https://github.com/ceph/ceph/pull/" +
                   str(number) + " has no associated issue")
            continue

        if strict:
            title_re = (
                '^(?:hammer|infernalis|jewel|kraken|luminous|mimic|nautilus|octopus|pacific):\s+(' +
                '|'.join(prefixes) +
                ')(:.*)'
            )
            match = re.match(title_re, title)
            if not match:
                print ("ERROR: https://github.com/ceph/ceph/pull/" +
                       str(number) + " title " + title +
                       " does not match " + title_re)
            else:
                title = match.group(1) + match.group(2)
        if use_tags:
            title = split_component(title, gh, number)

        title = title.strip(' \t\n\r\f\v\.\,\;\:\-\=')
        # escape asterisks, which is used by reStructuredTextrst for inline
        # emphasis
        title = title.replace('*', '\*')
        # and escape the underscores for noting a link
        title = rst_link_re.sub(r'\1\_\2', title)
        pr2info[number] = (author, title, message)

        for issue in set(issues):
            if strict:
                issue = get_original_issue(issue, verbose)
            issue2prs.setdefault(issue, set([])).add(number)
            pr2issues.setdefault(number, set([])).add(issue)
        sys.stdout.write('.')

    print (" done collecting merges.")

    if strict:
        for (issue, prs) in issue2prs.items():
            if len(prs) > 1:
                print (">>>>>>> " + str(len(prs)) + " pr for issue " +
                       issue + " " + str(prs))

    for (pr, (author, title, message)) in sorted(
        pr2info.items(), key=lambda title: title[1][1]
    ):
        if pr in pr2issues:
            if plaintext:
                issues = map(lambda issue: '#' + str(issue), pr2issues[pr])
            elif html:
                issues = map(lambda issue: (
                    'issue#{issue}'
                    ).format(issue=issue), pr2issues[pr]
                )
            else:
                issues = map(lambda issue: (
                    '`issue#{issue} `_'
                    ).format(issue=issue), pr2issues[pr]
                )
            issues = ", ".join(issues) + ", "
        else:
            issues = ''
        if plaintext:
            print ("* {title} ({issues}{author})".format(
                    title=title,
                    issues=issues,
                    author=author
                )
            )
        elif html:
            print (
                (
                    "
  • {title} ({issues}pr#{pr}, {author})

  • " ).format( title=title, issues=issues, author=author, pr=pr ) ) else: print ( ( "* {title} ({issues}`pr#{pr} <" "https://github.com/ceph/ceph/pull/{pr}" ">`_, {author})" ).format( title=title, issues=issues, author=author, pr=pr ) ) if message: print (message) if __name__ == "__main__": desc = ''' Make ceph release notes for a given revision. Eg usage: $ ceph-release-notes -r tags/v0.87..origin/giant \ $(git rev-parse --show-toplevel) It is recommended to set the github env. token in order to avoid hitting the api rate limits. ''' parser = argparse.ArgumentParser( description=desc, formatter_class=argparse.RawTextHelpFormatter ) parser.add_argument("--rev", "-r", help="git revision range for creating release notes") parser.add_argument("--text", "-t", action='store_true', default=None, help="output plain text only, no links") parser.add_argument("--html", action='store_true', default=None, help="output html format for website blog") parser.add_argument("--verbose", "-v", action='store_true', default=None, help="verbose") parser.add_argument("--strict", action='store_true', default=None, help="strict, recommended only for backport releases") parser.add_argument("repo", metavar="repo", help="path to ceph git repo") parser.add_argument( "--token", default=os.getenv("GITHUB_ACCESS_TOKEN"), help="Github Access Token ($GITHUB_ACCESS_TOKEN otherwise)", ) parser.add_argument("--use-tags", default=False, help="Use github tags to guess the component") args = parser.parse_args() gh = github.GitHub( access_token=args.token) make_release_notes( gh, Repo(args.repo), args.rev, args.text, args.html, args.verbose, args.strict, args.use_tags )

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