rdopkg-feature-patch man page

rdopkg-feature-patch — autogenerated from feature spec `patch.feature`

Synopsis

Updating patches from patches branch is a core feature

Scenarios

rdopkg patch

  • Given a distgit at Version 1.20.0 and Release 3,
  • Given a patches branch with 5 patches,
  • When I run rdopkg patch -l,
  • Then command return code is 0,
  • Then .spec file tag Release is 4%{?dist},
  • Then .spec file has 5 patches defined,
  • Then .spec file doesn’t contain patches_base,
  • Then .spec file contains new changelog entry with 5 lines,
  • Then .spec file tag Release is 4%{?dist},
  • Then new commit was created,
  • Then git is clean,
  • Then last commit message is:
"""
foo-bar-1.20.0-4


Changelog:
- Original Patch 5
- Original Patch 4
- Original Patch 3
- Original Patch 2
- Original Patch 1
"""

rdopkg patch --no-bump

  • Given a distgit at Version 1.20.0 and Release 3,
  • Given a patches branch with 3 patches,
  • When I run rdopkg patch --no-bump -l,
  • Then .spec file tag Release is 3%{?dist},
  • Then command return code is 0,
  • Then .spec file has 3 patches defined,
  • Then .spec file doesn’t contain patches_base,
  • Then .spec file doesn’t contain new changelog entries,
  • Then .spec file tag Release is 3%{?dist},
  • Then new commit was created,
  • Then git is clean,
  • Then last commit message is:
"""
Updated patches from master-patches
"""

rdopkg patch --release-bump-index

  • Given a distgit at Version 1.20.0 and Release 1.2.3.lul,
  • Given a patches branch with 1 patches,
  • When I run rdopkg patch -l --release-bump-index MINOR,
  • Then .spec file has 1 patches defined,
  • Then .spec file contains new changelog entry with 1 lines,
  • Then .spec file tag Release is 1.3.3.lul%{?dist},
  • Then new commit was created

rdopkg patch without version git tag

  • Given a distgit,
  • Given a patches branch with 3 patches without version git tag,
  • When I run rdopkg patch -l,
  • Then command return code is 1,
  • Then no new commit was created,
  • Then git is clean,
  • Then rdopkg state file is not present,
  • Then command output contains 'Invalid base patches branch git reference: '

rdopkg update-patches basic

  • Given a distgit at Version 1.0 and Release 23,
  • Given a patches branch with 3 patches,
  • When I run rdopkg update-patches,
  • Then command return code is 0,
  • Then .spec file tag Release is 23%{?dist},
  • Then .spec file has 3 patches defined,
  • Then .spec file doesn’t contain new changelog entries,
  • Then new commit was created,
  • Then git is clean,
  • Then rdopkg state file is not present,
  • Then command output contains Updated patches from master-patches,
  • Then command output contains Requested distgit update finished, see last commit.,
  • Then last commit message is:
"""
Updated patches from master-patches
"""

rdopkg update-patches noop

  • Given a distgit,
  • Given a patches branch with 0 patches,
  • When I run rdopkg update-patches,
  • Then command return code is 0,
  • Then no new commit was created,
  • Then git is clean,
  • Then rdopkg state file is not present,
  • Then command output contains No changes to patches found

rdopkg patch --amend

  • Given a distgit with Change-Id Ideadbeef1234,
  • Given a patches branch with 5 patches,
  • When I run rdopkg patch -l --amend,
  • Then command return code is 0,
  • Then .spec file tag Release is 3%{?dist},
  • Then .spec file has 5 patches defined,
  • Then .spec file doesn’t contain patches_base,
  • Then .spec file contains new changelog entry with 5 lines,
  • Then new commit was created,
  • Then git is clean,
  • Then last commit message is:
"""
foo-bar-1.2.3-3


Changelog:
- Original Patch 5
- Original Patch 4
- Original Patch 3
- Original Patch 2
- Original Patch 1


Change-Id: Ideadbeef1234
"""

Referenced By

rdopkg(1).

06/19/2018