Backport CPython changes from master to maintenance branches.
Usage (from a cloned CPython directory)
cherry_picker [--pr-remote REMOTE] [--dry-run] [--status] [--abort/--continue] [--push/--no-push] <commit_sha1> <branches>
Use this to backport CPython changes from master into one or more of the maintenance branches (3.6, 3.5, 2.7).
It will prefix the commit message with the branch, e.g. [3.6], and then opens up the pull request page.
Tests are to be written using pytest.
Requires Python 3.6.
$ python3 -m venv venv $ source venv/bin/activate (venv) $ python -m pip install cherry_picker
The cherry picking script assumes that if an upstream remote is defined, then it should be used as the source of upstream changes and as the base for cherry-pick branches. Otherwise, origin is used for that purpose.
Verify that an upstream remote is set to the CPython repository:
$ git remote -v ... upstream https://github.com/python/cpython (fetch) upstream https://github.com/python/cpython (push)
If needed, create the upstream remote:
$ git remote add upstream https://github.com/python/cpython.git
By default, the PR branches used to submit pull requests back to the main repository are pushed to origin. If this is incorrect, then the correct remote will need be specified using the --pr-remote option (e.g. --pr-remote pr to use a remote named pr).
(Setup first! See prev section)
From the cloned CPython directory:
(venv) $ cherry_picker [--pr-remote REMOTE] [--dry-run] [--abort/--continue] [--status] [--push/--no-push] <commit_sha1> <branches>
The commit sha1 for cherry-picking is the squashed commit that was merged to the master branch. On the merged pull request, scroll to the bottom of the page. Find the event that says something like:
<coredeveloper> merged commit <commit_sha1> into python:master <sometime> ago.
By following the link to <commit_sha1>, you will get the full commit hash. Use the full commit hash for cherry_picker.py.
-- dry-run Dry Run Mode. Prints out the commands, but not executed. -- pr-remote REMOTE Specify the git remote to push into. Default is 'origin'. -- status Do `git status` in cpython directory.
-- abort Abort current cherry-pick and clean up branch -- continue Continue cherry-pick, push, and clean up branch -- no-push Changes won't be pushed to remote
For example, to cherry-pick 6de2b7817f-some-commit-sha1-d064 into 3.5 and 3.6, run the following command from the cloned CPython directory:
(venv) $ cherry_picker 6de2b7817f-some-commit-sha1-d064 3.5 3.6
What this will do:
(venv) $ git fetch upstream (venv) $ git checkout -b backport-6de2b78-3.5 upstream/3.5 (venv) $ git cherry-pick -x 6de2b7817f-some-commit-sha1-d064 (venv) $ git push origin backport-6de2b78-3.5 (venv) $ git checkout master (venv) $ git branch -D backport-6de2b78-3.5 (venv) $ git checkout -b backport-6de2b78-3.6 upstream/3.6 (venv) $ git cherry-pick -x 6de2b7817f-some-commit-sha1-d064 (venv) $ git push origin backport-6de2b78-3.6 (venv) $ git checkout master (venv) $ git branch -D backport-6de2b78-3.6
In case of merge conflicts or errors, the following message will be displayed:
Failed to cherry-pick 554626ada769abf82a5dabe6966afa4265acb6a6 into 2.7 :frowning_face: ... Stopping here. To continue and resolve the conflict: $ cherry_picker --status # to find out which files need attention # Fix the conflict $ cherry_picker --status # should now say 'all conflict fixed' $ cherry_picker --continue To abort the cherry-pick and cleanup: $ cherry_picker --abort
Passing the --dry-run option will cause the script to print out all the steps it would execute without actually executing any of them. For example:
$ cherry_picker --dry-run --pr-remote pr 1e32a1be4a1705e34011770026cb64ada2d340b5 3.6 3.5 Dry run requested, listing expected command sequence fetching upstream ... dry_run: git fetch origin Now backporting '1e32a1be4a1705e34011770026cb64ada2d340b5' into '3.6' dry_run: git checkout -b backport-1e32a1b-3.6 origin/3.6 dry_run: git cherry-pick -x 1e32a1be4a1705e34011770026cb64ada2d340b5 dry_run: git push pr backport-1e32a1b-3.6 dry_run: Create new PR: https://github.com/python/cpython/compare/3.6...ncoghlan:backport-1e32a1b-3.6?expand=1 dry_run: git checkout master dry_run: git branch -D backport-1e32a1b-3.6 Now backporting '1e32a1be4a1705e34011770026cb64ada2d340b5' into '3.5' dry_run: git checkout -b backport-1e32a1b-3.5 origin/3.5 dry_run: git cherry-pick -x 1e32a1be4a1705e34011770026cb64ada2d340b5 dry_run: git push pr backport-1e32a1b-3.5 dry_run: Create new PR: https://github.com/python/cpython/compare/3.5...ncoghlan:backport-1e32a1b-3.5?expand=1 dry_run: git checkout master dry_run: git branch -D backport-1e32a1b-3.5
This will generate pull requests through a remote other than origin (e.g. pr)
This will do git status for the CPython directory.
Cancels the current cherry-pick and cleans up the cherry-pick branch.
Continues the current cherry-pick, commits, pushes the current branch to origin, opens the PR page, and cleans up the branch.
Changes won’t be pushed to remote. This allows you to test and make additional changes. Once you’re satisfied with local changes, use --continue to complete the backport, or --abort to cancel and clean up the branch. You can also cherry-pick additional commits, by:
$ git cherry-pick -x <commit_sha1>
When a cherry-pick was applied successfully, this script will open up a browser tab that points to the pull request creation page.
The url of the pull request page looks similar to the following:
Press the Create Pull Request button.
Bedevere will then remove the needs backport to ... label from the original pull request against master.
Install pytest: pip install -U pytest
$ pytest test.py
Publish to PyPI using flit.
Install flit (preferably in a virtual environment):
python3 -m pip install flit
In the directory where pyproject.toml exists:
Download the file for your platform. If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages.
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