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Opened 7 years ago

Last modified 3 years ago

#697 new defect

Repository and thorn names cannot be different

Reported by: Erik Schnetter Owned by: Eric Seidel
Priority: major Milestone:
Component: GetComponents Version:
Keywords: Cc:

Description

I am accessing some thorns stored in git repositories at bitbucket.org, which insists that all repository names are all lower case. I don't know how to specify this in GetComponents. When I say

!TARGET = $ARR
!TYPE = git
!URL = git@…:user/thorn.git
!AUTH_URL = git@…:user/thorn.git
!CHECKOUT =
Arrangement/Thorn

then GetComponents does not create a symbolic link from Thorn to ../../repos/thorn, but to ../../repos/thorn/Arrangement/Thorn instead. How do I avoid this?

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comment:1 Changed 7 years ago by Roland Haas

I think this is by design :-).
There was a discussion that touched this http://lists.einsteintoolkit.org/pipermail/users/2010-June/000192.html although in a slightly different context. You cannot completely overwrite the checked out path in the repository using REPO_PATH. Unless REPO_PATH contains $1 or $2 it is added to CHECKOUT. If it does contain either one, it replaces CHECKOUT in the checkout/symbolic link procedure. You can fiddle with $2 if your want, eg something like "REPO_PATH=../../arrangements/$1/../../repos/thorn" likely does the trick. This works by first backing out of repos/thorns then into arrangements/Arrangement and then back again. The whole back and forth being required to have the $1 and $2 that GetComponents looks for in order to trigger special code. Otherwise (if you want something that is actually sane :-) ) I fear one might be out of luck.

Last edited 7 years ago by Roland Haas (previous) (diff)

comment:2 Changed 7 years ago by Erik Schnetter

Priority: criticalmajor

Thanks for the work-around -- I'm reducing the priority of this issue now.

As I mention above, bitbucket simply doesn't allow upper case characters, so our design needs to be updated.

comment:3 Changed 3 years ago by Frank Löffler

The same trick works for git-repos that only contain one thorn (at their top level). But this is just wicked. We have to find a better solution for this.

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