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- Mar 21 2019, 4:00 PM (47 w, 4 d)
May 24 2019
May 21 2019
May 16 2019
Dayummmm! I did it. Thanks @vlorentz
Rebased to master made changes
Hopefully that does it.
May 15 2019
Used the for loop once removed new_checksum_dict as it was not needed.
First build failed uploading again
Have made the changes.
Have used unknown_revision, unknown_directory and unknown_content
@nahimilega it is probably a two line script. install R and do readRDS() and you will get a data.frame object which is just like a table and has columns and then you can extract what you want. Cheers :). BTW when I did readRDS it retrieved a lot of links and I don't know about the lister that much but you can pickup from there.
May 14 2019
Now everything works. Thanks @vlorentz.
May 10 2019
So basically if we want to raise notfoundexc by content_find we have to give
dir_path some value otherwise it sets entity['type'] as 'dir' by default and hence
elif condition will not be met so I have also tried doing revision_['target'] = unknown_content['sha1_git'] but the notfoundexc is never raised.
what should I do?
Apr 29 2019
Have added the test for you to check if I am going in the correct direction.
I took these values from the terminal when I used print(revision, unknown_content)
to print the values of those.... Also have changed my implementation of "return the first element in the list otherwise none" by using the _first_element function
just to make it a bit more concise and easy to understand.
Apr 28 2019
I am getting an error when adding the test so I thought it would be better to get a review.
Also the error occurs sometimes with file unrelated to this change. About this change it shows that it is generating inconsistent data
which I am unable to diagnose.
Apr 16 2019
Made the required changes
Missed a function in in_memory
Apr 14 2019
Sure go ahead ;)
Hey, I was wondering if @nahimilega is still working on this? If not then can I poke into this as it would be a good practice for me before implementing launchpad lister and gogs lister. Thanks :)
Apr 13 2019
Made the required changes
Sorry pushed the wrong thing...
Merged the for loop removed assertEqual for length and removed if from content find
Added the tests for colliding sha256 and blake2s256 hashes
Apr 12 2019
Added more tests for content_find.
Removed the if(s), for loop, LIMIT ALL. Made the query a bit more readable.
Apr 11 2019
Almost there. Just stuck on the query part. I do think it is similar to https://forge.softwareheritage.org/D1345#inline-8002.
Apr 10 2019
Have made the requested changes
In db.py : I have changed the content_find method to make the sql query on python side
In test_storage.py : Have added test for duplicate content
Apr 2 2019
I also found out the same thing when I was adding duplicate content to database using content_add........ so if it will automatically filter duplicate data then content_find should return only one data as a list, right?.....
Mar 27 2019
Thanks, will get back to you with required changes.