Template:Gitcommit

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This template is used to provide a link to MythTV's Trac server by change set. This template defaults to allowing Trac select the repository, but can be forced to use any under the MythTV project.

Usage:

  • For commits in the MythTV repository (and all branches within)
    • {{gitcommit|1}}
      • Where 1 equals the git SHA-1 tag, with at least 7 of the first characters (preferred).
      • Example:
        • {{gitcommit|0a3fc07}} will go to https://code.mythtv.org/trac/changeset/0a3fc07
        • It will display as - [0a3fc07]cgitgithub
  • For commits to other MythTV repositories (and all branches within)
    • {{gitcommit|1|2}}
      • 1 = the git SHA-1 tag, with at least 7 of the first characters (preferred).
      • 2 = a MythTV repository, current options are:
        • extras
        • packaging
        • mythweb
        • nuvexport
        • mythtv (default)
      • Example:
        • {{gitcommit|4753643|mythweb}} will go to https://code.mythtv.org/trac/changeset/4753643/mythweb
        • It will display as - [4753643]cgitgithub
  • To add an optional display instead of the GIT hash, you can use an optional third parameter. However, you must explicitly use the second parameter in this case and classify the repository.
    • {{gitcommit|1|2|3}}
      • 1 = the git SHA-1 tag, with at least 7 of the first characters (preferred).
      • 2 = a MythTV repository, current options are:
        • mythtv
        • extras
        • packaging
        • mythweb
        • nuvexport
      • 3 = optional display instead of hash (i.e., git describe output such as "v0.17-2759-g7f3dcda")
      • Example:
        • {{gitcommit|7f3dcdab|mythtv|v0.17-2759-g7f3dcda}} will go to https://code.mythtv.org/trac/changeset/7f3dcdab/mythtv
        • It will display as - [v0.17-2759-g7f3dcda]cgitgithub

The revision hashes can be shortened by truncating them, but they must be at least long enough to ensure a unique key (currently recommended at 7 digits).