getpatch scripit rewroted in plain shell
rodrigo at bebik.net
Tue Jan 13 15:32:51 UTC 2015
On 13/01/15 07:11 -0800, Chris H wrote:
> On Tue, 13 Jan 2015 13:49:31 +0000 Rodrigo Osorio <rodrigo at bebik.net> wrote
> > Hi ports :)
> > For a long time, I was missing some features in the exising getpatch script
> > ( svn repo Tools/scripts/getpatch) and since I'm not a py fan boy, I rewrote
> > the tool in plain shell. This is its storry....
> > The new features are :
> > - use the bug id as a directory to store the attachements inside (can be
> > turned off) - decide if you want or not obsolete patches (by default is no)
> > - an env variable to define where attachements are stored (by default ./)
> > - be verbose
> > - only uses tools from base
> > example :
> > rodrigo at scotty % printenv GETPATCH_DIR
> > /home/rodrigo/patches/
> > rodrigo at scotty % getpatch 191840
> > Bug ID: 191840
> > + att-144615: pidgin-gnome-keyring.tar.gz is obsolete, skip
> > + att-144641: pidgin-gnome-keyring.tar.gz download success
> > + att-144642: pidgin-gnome-keyring-1.20_1.txz download success
> > >> Patches stored in /usr/home/rodrigo/patches/191840
> > The code is here : http://files.bebik.net/code/getpatch
> > Suggestions and comments are wellcomed
> Looks good.
> Your native language appears to be français. :)
> I would only offer grammatical changes:
> s/a dedicate/the dedicated/g
> # I try to avoid contractions because some shells trip on the apostrophe.
> s/Can\'t/Unable to/g
> Bon travail!
> > Regards,
> > - rodrigo
> > PS: There are room for improvements, I know. Bugzilla request can be reduced
> > to a single one but this leads to xml and b64 management in shell, and it
> > sounds a little bit insane to me...
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Thanks for your feedback, I really appreciate your contribution.
The file now includes the suggested changes.
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