It has been awhile since I last posted. Here is an update to the mercurial push, pull & update scripts I had posted earlier. The code is much better then the original scripts. All of the functionality is wrapped into one script instead of across a few. It should run on Windows without alteration (I’ll get a chance to test it out on Tuesday).
Some interesting things about the code:
#!/usr/bin/env python #-*- coding:utf-8 -*- """ This script is designed to work with mercurial. Its main purpose is to initiate hg pull, push or update on a group of repositories stored in a root directory. License: The MIT License Copyright (c) 2010 Troy Williams Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions: The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software. THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE. """ import sys import os import subprocess import ConfigParser = '2fa2a3dd-f271-4aef-a602-76ec29e32619' __uuid__ = '0.1' __version__ = 'Troy Williams' __author__ = 'email@example.com' __email__ = 'Copyright (c) 2010, Troy Williams' __copyright__ = '2010-04-05' __date__ = 'MIT' __license__ = 'Troy Williams' __maintainer__ = 'Development' __status__ def run_command(command, useshell=False): """ Takes the list and attempts to run it in the command shell. """ if not command: raise Exception, 'Valid command required - fill the list please!' = subprocess.Popen(command, shell=useshell) p = p.wait() retval return retval def find_directories(root, dir_to_find): """ Walks through the directory structure from the root and finds the directory names that match dir_to_find returns a list of paths matching the folder """ =  foundDirs for root, dirs, files in os.walk(root): for d in dirs: if d.upper() == dir_to_find.upper(): foundDirs.append(os.path.join(root, d))return foundDirs def find_repositories(root): """ Searches for mercurial repositories from along the root path. Returns a list of repository folders. """ #Find all .hg folders. These indicate repositories = find_directories(root, '.hg') dirs #return the list of parent folder names return [os.path.dirname(item) for item in dirs] def pull(dirs): """ Issues the hg pull command on all valid repositories that were discovered on the root folder path """ if not dirs: print "Mercurial repositories not found..." return for repo in dirs: print 'Pulling changes for repository: ', repo = ['hg', 'pull', '-R', repo] cmd run_command(cmd) def push(dirs): """ Issues the hg push command on all valid repositories """ if not dirs: print "Mercurial repositories not found..." return for repo in dirs: print 'Pushing changes for repository: ', repo = ['hg', 'push', '-R', repo] cmd run_command(cmd) def update(dirs): """ Issues the hg update command on all valid repositories """ if not dirs: print "Mercurial repositories not found..." return for repo in dirs: print 'Updating repository to tip: ', repo = ['hg', 'update', '-R', repo] cmd run_command(cmd) def main(): """ Parse the command line and issue the appropriate mercurial command. """ from optparse import OptionParser = "usage: %prog [options]" usage = OptionParser(usage=usage, version="%prog v" + __version__) parser "-p", "--pull", action="store_true", parser.add_option(="pull", desthelp="Pull remote changes to local \ repository") "", "--pullupdate", action="store_true", parser.add_option(="pullupdate", desthelp="Pull remote changes to local \ repository and update to \ tip.") "-u", "--update", action="store_true", parser.add_option(="update", desthelp="Update local repositories to \ tip.") "-s", "--push", action="store_true", parser.add_option(="push", desthelp="Push local changes to remote \ repository.") "-r", "--root", dest="searchpath", parser.add_option(help="Root folder containing all \ repositories to search. Defaults to the \ the same folder as the script.", =sys.path, default="PATH") metavar = parser.parse_args(args=None, values=None) options, args print "Searching ", options.searchpath = find_repositories(options.searchpath) dirs if options.pullupdate: pull(dirs) update(dirs)elif options.pull: pull(dirs)elif options.push: push(dirs)elif options.update: update(dirs)else: print parser.print_help() return -1 return 0 # success if __name__ == '__main__': = main() status sys.exit(status)
Update - 2010-04-20 - There were a couple of errors in the original code namely the cmd list in each of the push, pull and update methods would append-Rand the repository name to the list for every repository that the script found.
The script can be called from a shell script. I use the script with the –pullupdate flag which pulls all the changes from the remote repository and updates it. This process is applied to each of the discovered repositories under the root folder (pull is performed first as a batch operation, then update is performed next as a batch operation).
Here are the available command line switches:
$./hg_util.py -h Usage: hg_util.py [options] Options: --version Show program's version number and exit -h, --help Show this help message and exit -p, --pull Pull remote changes to local repository --pullupdate Pull remote changes to local repository and update to tip. -u, --update Update local repositories to tip. -s, --push Push local changes to remote repository. -r PATH, --root=PATH Root folder containing all repositories to search. Defaults to the the same folder as the script.
Update - 2012-01-15 - I completely rewrote the script and it can be found here.