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Fedora hosted has public repositories for git, bazaar, mercurial, and subversion. These are instructions for adding a new project to one of them.
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This SOP has moved to the fedora Infrastructure SOP git repo. Please see the current document at: http://infrastructure.fedoraproject.org/infra/docs/fedorahosted-repo-setup.txt
  
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For changes, questions or comments, please contact anyone in the Fedora Infrastructure team.
 
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== Mercurial Repository ==
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You'll need to know three things in order to start the mercurial repository.
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# PROJECTNAME -- what the project wants to be called.
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# OLDURL -- how to access the project's current sourcecode in their mercurial repository.
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# PROJECTGROUP -- the group setup in the account system for readwrite access to the repository.
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The Mercurial repository lives on the hosted server.  Access it by logging into hosted1  Then follow these steps:
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<pre>
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$ cd /hg
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$ sudo hg clone -U $OLDURL $PROJECTNAME (or sudo mkdir $PROJECTNAME; cd $PROJECTNAME; sudo hg init)
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$ sudo find $PROJECTNAME -type d -exec chmod g+s \{\} \;
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$ sudo chmod -R g+w $PROJECTNAME
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$ sudo chown -R root:$PROJECTGROUP $PROJECTNAME
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</pre>
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This should setup all the files needed for the repository.
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=== Commit Mail ===
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The Mercurial [http://www.selenic.com/mercurial/wiki/index.cgi/NotifyExtension Notify extension]  can be used to send out email when commits are pushed to a Mecurial repository.  To enable notifications, create the file ''/hg/$PROJECTNAME/.hg/hgrc'':
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<pre>
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[extensions]
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hgext.notify =
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[hooks]
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changegroup.notify = python:hgext.notify.hook
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[email]
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from = admin@fedoraproject.org
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[smtp]
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host = localhost
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[web]
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baseurl = http://hg.fedoraproject.org/hg
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[notify]
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sources = serve push pull bundle
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test = False
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config = /hg/$PROJECTNAME/.hg/subscriptions
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maxdiff = -1
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</pre>
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And the file ''/hg/$PROJECTNAME/.hg/subscriptions'':
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<pre>
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[usersubs]
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user@host = *
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[reposubs]
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</pre>
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== Git Repository ==
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You'll need to know several things in order to start the git repository.
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# PROJECTNAME -- what the project wants to be called.
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# OLDURL -- how to access the project's current source code in their git repository.
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# PROJECTGROUP -- the group setup in the account system for write access to the repository.
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# COMMITLIST -- comma-separated list of email addresses for commits (optional)
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# DESCRIPTION -- description of the project (optional)
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# PROJECTOWNER -- the FAS username of the project owner
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The git repository lives on the hosted server.  Access it by logging into hosted1 Then follow these steps:
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<pre>
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$ cd /git
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$ # Clone an existing repository:
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$ sudo git clone --bare $OLDURL $PROJECTNAME.git
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$ sudo git --git-dir $PROJECTNAME.git config core.sharedRepository true
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$ #
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$ ## or
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$ #
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$ # Create a new repository:
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$ sudo mkdir $PROJECTNAME.git
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$ sudo git --git-dir=$PROJECTNAME.git --bare init --shared=true
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$ # Give the repository a nice description for gitweb
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$ echo $DESCRIPTION | sudo tee $PROJECTNAME.git/description > /dev/null
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$ # Setup and run post-update hook.
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$ # (We symlink this because /git is on a filesystem with noexec set)
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$ sudo ln -svf $(git --exec-path)/git-update-server-info $PROJECTNAME.git/hooks/post-update
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$ sudo git --git-dir=$PROJECTNAME.git update-server-info
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$ # Ensure ownership and modes are correct
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$ sudo find $PROJECTNAME.git -type d -exec chmod g+s \{\} \;
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$ sudo find $PROJECTNAME.git -perm /u+w -a ! -perm /g+w -exec chmod g+w \{\} \;
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$ sudo chown -R $PROJECTOWNER:$PROJECTGROUP $PROJECTNAME.git
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</pre>
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This should setup all the files needed for the repository.  The repository owner can push changes into the repo by running:
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<pre>
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$ git push ssh://git.fedorahosted.org/git/$PROJECTNAME.git/ master
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</pre>
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from within their local git repository.
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=== Commit Mail ===
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If they want commit mail, then there are a couple of additional steps.
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<pre>
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$ echo $COMMITLIST | sudo tee $PROJECTNAME.git/commit-list > /dev/null
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$ sudo ln -svf /usr/bin/fedora-git-commit-mail-hook hooks/update
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</pre>
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== Bazaar Repository ==
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You'll need to know three things in order to start a bazaar repository.
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# PROJECTNAME -- what the project wants to be called.
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# OLDBRANCHURL -- how to access the project's current sourcecode in their previous bazaar repository.  Note that a project may have multiple branches that they want to import.  Each branch will have a separate URL.  (The project can import the new branches after the repository is created if they want.)
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# PROJECTGROUP -- the group setup in the account system for readwrite access to the repository.
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The bzr repository lives on the hosted server.  Access it by logging into hosted1 then follow these steps:
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The first stage is to create the Bazaar repository.
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<pre>
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$ cd /srv/bzr/
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$ # This creates a Bazaar repository which has shared storage between branches
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$ sudo bzr init-repo $PROJECTNAME --no-trees
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$ cd $PROJECTNAME
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$ sudo bzr branch $OLDURL
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$ sudo bzr branch $OLDURL2
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$ # [...]
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$ sudo bzr branch $OLDURLN
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$ cd ..
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$ sudo find $PROJECTNAME -type d -exec chmod g+s \{\} \;
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$ sudo chmod -R g+w $PROJECTNAME
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$ sudo chown -R root:$PROJECTGROUP $PROJECTNAME
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</pre>
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This should be all that is needed.  To checkout run:
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<pre>
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bzr init-repo $MYLOCALPROJECTREPO
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cd $MYLOCALPROJECTREPO
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bzr branch bzr+ssh://bzr.fedorahosted.org/bzr/$PROJECTNAME/$BRANCHNAME
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bzr branch bzr://bzr.fedorahosted.org/bzr/$PROJECTNAME/$BRANCHNAME/
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</pre>
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Note: If the end user checks out a branch without creating their own repository they will need to create a local working tree by doing the following:
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cd $BRANCHNAME
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bzr checkout --lightweight
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</pre>
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== SVN Repository ==
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You'll need to know two things in order to start a svn repository.
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# PROJECTNAME -- what the project wants to be called.
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# PROJECTGROUP -- The Fedora account system group with read-write access.
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# COMMITLIST -- comma-separated list of email addresses for commits (optional)
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SVN lives on the hosted server.  Access it by logging into hosted1.  Then run the following steps:
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<pre>
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$ cd /svn/
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$ sudo svnadmin create $PROJECTNAME
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$ sudo chgrp -R $PROJECTGROUP $PROJECTNAME
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$ sudo chmod -R g+w $PROJECTNAME
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$ find $PROJECTNAME -type d | sudo xargs chmod g+s
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</pre>
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This should be all that is needed.  To checkout run:
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<pre>
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svn co svn+ssh://svn.fedorahosted.org/svn/$PROJECTNAME
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</pre>
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=== Commit Mail ===
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If they want commit mail, then there are a couple of additional steps.
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<pre>
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$ echo $COMMITLIST | sudo tee $PROJECTNAME/commit-list > /dev/null
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$ sudo ln -sv /usr/bin/fedora-svn-commit-mail-hook $PROJECTNAME/hooks/post-commit
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</pre>
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[[Category:Infrastructure]] [[Category:Hosted Projects]]
 
[[Category:Infrastructure]] [[Category:Hosted Projects]]

Latest revision as of 14:52, 20 January 2012

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This SOP has moved to the fedora Infrastructure SOP git repo. Please see the current document at: http://infrastructure.fedoraproject.org/infra/docs/fedorahosted-repo-setup.txt

For changes, questions or comments, please contact anyone in the Fedora Infrastructure team.