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New UI merge in progress

release/v0.9
Unknwon 8 years ago
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  1. 17
      .bra.toml
  2. 1
      .gitignore
  3. 23
      bee.json
  4. 47
      cmd/serve.go
  5. 7
      cmd/update.go
  6. 311
      cmd/web.go
  7. 9
      conf/README.md
  8. 37
      conf/app.ini
  9. 23
      conf/license/BSD license
  10. 116
      conf/license/CC0 1.0 Universal
  11. 203
      conf/license/Eclipse Public License v1.0
  12. 674
      conf/license/GPL v3
  13. 13
      conf/license/ISC license
  14. 504
      conf/license/LGPL v2.1
  15. 165
      conf/license/LGPL v3
  16. 362
      conf/license/Mozilla Public License Version 2.0
  17. 177
      conf/locale/locale_en-US.ini
  18. 176
      conf/locale/locale_zh-CN.ini
  19. 8
      conf/supervisor.ini
  20. 0
      etc/mysql.sql
  21. 0
      etc/supervisord.conf
  22. 4
      gogs.go
  23. 64
      models/action.go
  24. 9
      models/git_diff.go
  25. 8
      models/issue.go
  26. 27
      models/login.go
  27. 92
      models/publickey.go
  28. 155
      models/repo.go
  29. 15
      models/update.go
  30. 71
      models/user.go
  31. 6
      models/webhook.go
  32. 22
      modules/auth/admin.go
  33. 14
      modules/auth/apiv1/miscellaneous.go
  34. 175
      modules/auth/auth.go
  35. 36
      modules/auth/auth_form.go
  36. 2
      modules/auth/ldap/ldap.go
  37. 49
      modules/auth/org.go
  38. 33
      modules/auth/publickey.go
  39. 21
      modules/auth/publickey_form.go
  40. 252
      modules/auth/repo.go
  41. 165
      modules/auth/repo_form.go
  42. 299
      modules/auth/user.go
  43. 98
      modules/auth/user_form.go
  44. 4
      modules/base/base.go
  45. 29
      modules/base/template.go
  46. 157
      modules/base/tool.go
  47. 3623
      modules/bin/conf.go
  48. 201
      modules/captcha/captcha.go
  49. 487
      modules/captcha/image.go
  50. 42
      modules/captcha/image_test.go
  51. 267
      modules/captcha/siprng.go
  52. 23
      modules/captcha/siprng_test.go
  53. 26
      modules/git/blob.go
  54. 78
      modules/git/commit.go
  55. 36
      modules/git/commit_archive.go
  56. 27
      modules/git/repo.go
  57. 38
      modules/git/repo_branch.go
  58. 234
      modules/git/repo_commit.go
  59. 14
      modules/git/repo_object.go
  60. 96
      modules/git/repo_tag.go
  61. 32
      modules/git/repo_tree.go
  62. 87
      modules/git/sha1.go
  63. 40
      modules/git/signature.go
  64. 67
      modules/git/tag.go
  65. 124
      modules/git/tree.go
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      modules/git/tree_blob.go
  67. 109
      modules/git/tree_entry.go
  68. 27
      modules/git/utils.go
  69. 43
      modules/git/version.go
  70. 73
      modules/log/console.go
  71. 237
      modules/log/file.go
  72. 251
      modules/log/log.go
  73. 22
      modules/mailer/mail.go
  74. 2
      modules/mailer/mailer.go
  75. 6
      modules/middleware/auth.go
  76. 103
      modules/middleware/binding/binding.go
  77. 263
      modules/middleware/context.go
  78. 52
      modules/middleware/logger.go
  79. 281
      modules/middleware/render.go
  80. 99
      modules/middleware/repo.go
  81. 127
      modules/middleware/static.go
  82. 2
      modules/process/manager.go
  83. 80
      modules/setting/setting.go
  84. 119
      modules/ssh/ssh.go
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      public/img/favicon.png
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  89. 4
      public/ng/css/font-awesome.min.css
  90. 1
      public/ng/css/github.min.css
  91. 1257
      public/ng/css/gogs.css
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      public/ng/css/ui.css
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17
.bra.toml

@ -0,0 +1,17 @@
[run]
init_cmds = [["./gogs", "web"]]
watch_all = true
watch_dirs = [
"$WORKDIR/conf/locale",
"$WORKDIR/cmd",
"$WORKDIR/models",
"$WORKDIR/modules",
"$WORKDIR/routers"
]
watch_exts = [".go", ".ini"]
build_delay = 1500
cmds = [
["go", "install"],
["go", "build"],
["./gogs", "web"]
]

1
.gitignore

@ -36,3 +36,4 @@ gogs
__pycache__
*.pem
output*
config.codekit

23
bee.json

@ -1,23 +0,0 @@
{
"version": 0,
"gopm": {
"enable": false,
"install": false
},
"go_install": true,
"watch_ext": [],
"dir_structure": {
"watch_all": true,
"controllers": "routers",
"models": "",
"others": [
"modules",
"$GOPATH/src/github.com/gogits/logs",
"$GOPATH/src/github.com/gogits/git"
]
},
"cmd_args": [
"web"
],
"envs": []
}

47
cmd/serve.go

@ -10,11 +10,12 @@ import (
"os/exec"
"path"
"path/filepath"
"strconv"
"strings"
"github.com/codegangsta/cli"
"github.com/Unknwon/com"
"github.com/gogits/gogs/models"
"github.com/gogits/gogs/modules/log"
"github.com/gogits/gogs/modules/setting"
@ -81,22 +82,22 @@ func runServ(k *cli.Context) {
keys := strings.Split(os.Args[2], "-")
if len(keys) != 2 {
println("Gogs: auth file format error")
log.GitLogger.Fatal("Invalid auth file format: %s", os.Args[2])
log.GitLogger.Fatal(2, "Invalid auth file format: %s", os.Args[2])
}
keyId, err := strconv.ParseInt(keys[1], 10, 64)
keyId, err := com.StrTo(keys[1]).Int64()
if err != nil {
println("Gogs: auth file format error")
log.GitLogger.Fatal("Invalid auth file format: %v", err)
log.GitLogger.Fatal(2, "Invalid auth file format: %v", err)
}
user, err := models.GetUserByKeyId(keyId)
if err != nil {
if err == models.ErrUserNotKeyOwner {
println("Gogs: you are not the owner of SSH key")
log.GitLogger.Fatal("Invalid owner of SSH key: %d", keyId)
log.GitLogger.Fatal(2, "Invalid owner of SSH key: %d", keyId)
}
println("Gogs: internal error:", err)
log.GitLogger.Fatal("Fail to get user by key ID(%d): %v", keyId, err)
log.GitLogger.Fatal(2, "Fail to get user by key ID(%d): %v", keyId, err)
}
cmd := os.Getenv("SSH_ORIGINAL_COMMAND")
@ -110,7 +111,7 @@ func runServ(k *cli.Context) {
rr := strings.SplitN(repoPath, "/", 2)
if len(rr) != 2 {
println("Gogs: unavailable repository", args)
log.GitLogger.Fatal("Unavailable repository: %v", args)
log.GitLogger.Fatal(2, "Unavailable repository: %v", args)
}
repoUserName := rr[0]
repoName := strings.TrimSuffix(rr[1], ".git")
@ -122,10 +123,10 @@ func runServ(k *cli.Context) {
if err != nil {
if err == models.ErrUserNotExist {
println("Gogs: given repository owner are not registered")
log.GitLogger.Fatal("Unregistered owner: %s", repoUserName)
log.GitLogger.Fatal(2, "Unregistered owner: %s", repoUserName)
}
println("Gogs: internal error:", err)
log.GitLogger.Fatal("Fail to get repository owner(%s): %v", repoUserName, err)
log.GitLogger.Fatal(2, "Fail to get repository owner(%s): %v", repoUserName, err)
}
// Access check.
@ -134,20 +135,20 @@ func runServ(k *cli.Context) {
has, err := models.HasAccess(user.Name, path.Join(repoUserName, repoName), models.WRITABLE)
if err != nil {
println("Gogs: internal error:", err)
log.GitLogger.Fatal("Fail to check write access:", err)
log.GitLogger.Fatal(2, "Fail to check write access:", err)
} else if !has {
println("You have no right to write this repository")
log.GitLogger.Fatal("User %s has no right to write repository %s", user.Name, repoPath)
log.GitLogger.Fatal(2, "User %s has no right to write repository %s", user.Name, repoPath)
}
case isRead:
repo, err := models.GetRepositoryByName(repoUser.Id, repoName)
if err != nil {
if err == models.ErrRepoNotExist {
println("Gogs: given repository does not exist")
log.GitLogger.Fatal("Repository does not exist: %s/%s", repoUser.Name, repoName)
log.GitLogger.Fatal(2, "Repository does not exist: %s/%s", repoUser.Name, repoName)
}
println("Gogs: internal error:", err)
log.GitLogger.Fatal("Fail to get repository: %v", err)
log.GitLogger.Fatal(2, "Fail to get repository: %v", err)
}
if !repo.IsPrivate {
@ -157,10 +158,10 @@ func runServ(k *cli.Context) {
has, err := models.HasAccess(user.Name, path.Join(repoUserName, repoName), models.READABLE)
if err != nil {
println("Gogs: internal error:", err)
log.GitLogger.Fatal("Fail to check read access:", err)
log.GitLogger.Fatal(2, "Fail to check read access:", err)
} else if !has {
println("You have no right to access this repository")
log.GitLogger.Fatal("User %s has no right to read repository %s", user.Name, repoPath)
log.GitLogger.Fatal(2, "User %s has no right to read repository %s", user.Name, repoPath)
}
default:
println("Unknown command")
@ -175,29 +176,27 @@ func runServ(k *cli.Context) {
gitcmd.Stdout = os.Stdout
gitcmd.Stdin = os.Stdin
gitcmd.Stderr = os.Stderr
err = gitcmd.Run()
if err != nil {
println("Gogs: internal error:", err)
log.GitLogger.Fatal("Fail to execute git command: %v", err)
if err = gitcmd.Run(); err != nil {
println("Gogs: internal error:", err.Error())
log.GitLogger.Fatal(2, "Fail to execute git command: %v", err)
}
if isWrite {
tasks, err := models.GetUpdateTasksByUuid(uuid)
if err != nil {
log.GitLogger.Fatal("Fail to get update task: %v", err)
log.GitLogger.Fatal(2, "Fail to get update task: %v", err)
}
for _, task := range tasks {
err = models.Update(task.RefName, task.OldCommitId, task.NewCommitId,
user.Name, repoUserName, repoName, user.Id)
if err != nil {
log.GitLogger.Fatal("Fail to update: %v", err)
log.GitLogger.Fatal(2, "Fail to update: %v", err)
}
}
err = models.DelUpdateTasksByUuid(uuid)
if err != nil {
log.GitLogger.Fatal("Fail to del update task: %v", err)
if err = models.DelUpdateTasksByUuid(uuid); err != nil {
log.GitLogger.Fatal(2, "Fail to del update task: %v", err)
}
}
}

7
cmd/update.go

@ -8,6 +8,7 @@ import (
"os"
"github.com/codegangsta/cli"
"github.com/gogits/gogs/models"
"github.com/gogits/gogs/modules/log"
)
@ -30,9 +31,9 @@ func runUpdate(c *cli.Context) {
args := c.Args()
if len(args) != 3 {
log.GitLogger.Fatal("received less 3 parameters")
log.GitLogger.Fatal(2, "received less 3 parameters")
} else if args[0] == "" {
log.GitLogger.Fatal("refName is empty, shouldn't use")
log.GitLogger.Fatal(2, "refName is empty, shouldn't use")
}
uuid := os.Getenv("uuid")
@ -45,6 +46,6 @@ func runUpdate(c *cli.Context) {
}
if err := models.AddUpdateTask(&task); err != nil {
log.GitLogger.Fatal(err.Error())
log.GitLogger.Fatal(2, err.Error())
}
}

311
cmd/web.go

@ -12,13 +12,16 @@ import (
"os"
"path"
"github.com/Unknwon/macaron"
"github.com/codegangsta/cli"
"github.com/go-martini/martini"
"github.com/macaron-contrib/i18n"
"github.com/macaron-contrib/session"
"github.com/gogits/gogs/modules/auth"
"github.com/gogits/gogs/modules/auth/apiv1"
"github.com/gogits/gogs/modules/avatar"
"github.com/gogits/gogs/modules/base"
"github.com/gogits/gogs/modules/captcha"
"github.com/gogits/gogs/modules/log"
"github.com/gogits/gogs/modules/middleware"
"github.com/gogits/gogs/modules/middleware/binding"
@ -27,7 +30,7 @@ import (
"github.com/gogits/gogs/routers/admin"
"github.com/gogits/gogs/routers/api/v1"
"github.com/gogits/gogs/routers/dev"
"github.com/gogits/gogs/routers/org"
// "github.com/gogits/gogs/routers/org"
"github.com/gogits/gogs/routers/repo"
"github.com/gogits/gogs/routers/user"
)
@ -43,61 +46,72 @@ and it takes care of all the other things for you`,
// checkVersion checks if binary matches the version of temolate files.
func checkVersion() {
data, err := ioutil.ReadFile(path.Join(setting.StaticRootPath, "templates/VERSION"))
data, err := ioutil.ReadFile(path.Join(setting.StaticRootPath, "templates/.VERSION"))
if err != nil {
log.Fatal("Fail to read 'templates/VERSION': %v", err)
log.Fatal(4, "Fail to read 'templates/.VERSION': %v", err)
}
if string(data) != setting.AppVer {
log.Fatal("Binary and template file version does not match, did you forget to recompile?")
log.Fatal(4, "Binary and template file version does not match, did you forget to recompile?")
}
}
func newMartini() *martini.ClassicMartini {
r := martini.NewRouter()
m := martini.New()
m.Use(middleware.Logger())
m.Use(martini.Recovery())
m.Use(middleware.Static("public",
middleware.StaticOptions{SkipLogging: !setting.DisableRouterLog}))
m.MapTo(r, (*martini.Routes)(nil))
m.Action(r.Handle)
return &martini.ClassicMartini{m, r}
// newMacaron initializes Macaron instance.
func newMacaron() *macaron.Macaron {
m := macaron.New()
m.Use(macaron.Logger())
m.Use(macaron.Recovery())
if setting.EnableGzip {
m.Use(macaron.Gzip())
}
m.Use(macaron.Static("public",
macaron.StaticOptions{
SkipLogging: !setting.DisableRouterLog,
},
))
m.Use(macaron.Renderer(macaron.RenderOptions{
Directory: path.Join(setting.StaticRootPath, "templates"),
Funcs: []template.FuncMap{base.TemplateFuncs},
IndentJSON: macaron.Env != macaron.PROD,
}))
m.Use(i18n.I18n(i18n.LocaleOptions{
Langs: setting.Langs,
Names: setting.Names,
Redirect: true,
}))
m.Use(session.Sessioner(session.Options{
Provider: setting.SessionProvider,
Config: *setting.SessionConfig,
}))
m.Use(middleware.Contexter())
return m
}
func runWeb(*cli.Context) {
routers.GlobalInit()
checkVersion()
m := newMartini()
// Middlewares.
m.Use(middleware.Renderer(middleware.RenderOptions{
Directory: path.Join(setting.StaticRootPath, "templates"),
Funcs: []template.FuncMap{base.TemplateFuncs},
IndentJSON: true,
}))
m.Use(middleware.InitContext())
m := newMacaron()
reqSignIn := middleware.Toggle(&middleware.ToggleOptions{SignInRequire: true})
ignSignIn := middleware.Toggle(&middleware.ToggleOptions{SignInRequire: setting.Service.RequireSignInView})
ignSignInAndCsrf := middleware.Toggle(&middleware.ToggleOptions{DisableCsrf: true})
reqSignOut := middleware.Toggle(&middleware.ToggleOptions{SignOutRequire: true})
bindIgnErr := binding.BindIgnErr
// Routers.
m.Get("/", ignSignIn, routers.Home)
m.Get("/install", bindIgnErr(auth.InstallForm{}), routers.Install)
m.Post("/install", bindIgnErr(auth.InstallForm{}), routers.InstallPost)
m.Group("", func(r martini.Router) {
// m.Get("/install", bindIgnErr(auth.InstallForm{}), routers.Install)
// m.Post("/install", bindIgnErr(auth.InstallForm{}), routers.InstallPost)
m.Group("", func(r *macaron.Router) {
r.Get("/issues", user.Issues)
r.Get("/pulls", user.Pulls)
r.Get("/stars", user.Stars)
}, reqSignIn)
m.Group("/api", func(_ martini.Router) {
m.Group("/v1", func(r martini.Router) {
// API routers.
m.Group("/api", func(_ *macaron.Router) {
m.Group("/v1", func(r *macaron.Router) {
// Miscellaneous.
r.Post("/markdown", bindIgnErr(apiv1.MarkdownForm{}), v1.Markdown)
r.Post("/markdown/raw", v1.MarkdownRaw)
@ -118,58 +132,62 @@ func runWeb(*cli.Context) {
os.MkdirAll("public/img/avatar/", os.ModePerm)
m.Get("/avatar/:hash", avt.ServeHTTP)
m.Group("/user", func(r martini.Router) {
// User routers.
m.Group("/user", func(r *macaron.Router) {
r.Get("/login", user.SignIn)
r.Post("/login", bindIgnErr(auth.LogInForm{}), user.SignInPost)
r.Post("/login", bindIgnErr(auth.SignInForm{}), user.SignInPost)
r.Get("/login/:name", user.SocialSignIn)
r.Get("/sign_up", user.SignUp)
r.Post("/sign_up", bindIgnErr(auth.RegisterForm{}), user.SignUpPost)
r.Get("/reset_password", user.ResetPasswd)
r.Post("/reset_password", user.ResetPasswdPost)
}, reqSignOut)
m.Group("/user", func(r martini.Router) {
r.Get("/delete", user.Delete)
r.Post("/delete", user.DeletePost)
r.Get("/settings", user.Setting)
r.Post("/settings", bindIgnErr(auth.UpdateProfileForm{}), user.SettingPost)
m.Group("/user", func(r *macaron.Router) {
r.Get("/settings", user.Settings)
r.Post("/settings", bindIgnErr(auth.UpdateProfileForm{}), user.SettingsPost)
m.Group("/settings", func(r *macaron.Router) {
r.Get("/password", user.SettingsPassword)
r.Post("/password", bindIgnErr(auth.ChangePasswordForm{}), user.SettingsPasswordPost)
r.Get("/ssh", user.SettingsSSHKeys)
r.Post("/ssh", bindIgnErr(auth.AddSSHKeyForm{}), user.SettingsSSHKeysPost)
r.Get("/social", user.SettingsSocial)
r.Route("/delete", "GET,POST", user.SettingsDelete)
})
}, reqSignIn)
m.Group("/user", func(r martini.Router) {
r.Get("/feeds", binding.Bind(auth.FeedsForm{}), user.Feeds)
m.Group("/user", func(r *macaron.Router) {
// r.Get("/feeds", binding.Bind(auth.FeedsForm{}), user.Feeds)
r.Any("/activate", user.Activate)
r.Get("/email2user", user.Email2User)
r.Get("/forget_password", user.ForgotPasswd)
r.Post("/forget_password", user.ForgotPasswdPost)
r.Get("/logout", user.SignOut)
})
m.Group("/user/settings", func(r martini.Router) {
r.Get("/social", user.SettingSocial)
r.Get("/password", user.SettingPassword)
r.Post("/password", bindIgnErr(auth.UpdatePasswdForm{}), user.SettingPasswordPost)
r.Any("/ssh", bindIgnErr(auth.AddSSHKeyForm{}), user.SettingSSHKeys)
r.Get("/notification", user.SettingNotification)
r.Get("/security", user.SettingSecurity)
}, reqSignIn)
m.Get("/user/:username", ignSignIn, user.Profile)
m.Get("/user/:username", ignSignIn, user.Profile) // TODO: Legacy
// Captcha service.
cpt := captcha.NewCaptcha("/captcha/", setting.Cache)
m.Map(cpt)
m.Get("/captcha/*", cpt.Handler)
m.Group("/repo", func(r martini.Router) {
m.Group("/repo", func(r *macaron.Router) {
r.Get("/create", repo.Create)
r.Post("/create", bindIgnErr(auth.CreateRepoForm{}), repo.CreatePost)
r.Get("/migrate", repo.Migrate)
r.Post("/migrate", bindIgnErr(auth.MigrateRepoForm{}), repo.MigratePost)
// r.Get("/migrate", repo.Migrate)
// r.Post("/migrate", bindIgnErr(auth.MigrateRepoForm{}), repo.MigratePost)
}, reqSignIn)
adminReq := middleware.Toggle(&middleware.ToggleOptions{SignInRequire: true, AdminRequire: true})
m.Get("/admin", adminReq, admin.Dashboard)
m.Group("/admin", func(r martini.Router) {
m.Group("/admin", func(r *macaron.Router) {
r.Get("/users", admin.Users)
r.Get("/repos", admin.Repositories)
r.Get("/auths", admin.Auths)
r.Get("/config", admin.Config)
r.Get("/monitor", admin.Monitor)
}, adminReq)
m.Group("/admin/users", func(r martini.Router) {
m.Group("/admin/users", func(r *macaron.Router) {
r.Get("/new", admin.NewUser)
r.Post("/new", bindIgnErr(auth.RegisterForm{}), admin.NewUserPost)
r.Get("/:userid", admin.EditUser)
@ -177,7 +195,7 @@ func runWeb(*cli.Context) {
r.Get("/:userid/delete", admin.DeleteUser)
}, adminReq)
m.Group("/admin/auths", func(r martini.Router) {
m.Group("/admin/auths", func(r *macaron.Router) {
r.Get("/new", admin.NewAuthSource)
r.Post("/new", bindIgnErr(auth.AuthenticationForm{}), admin.NewAuthSourcePost)
r.Get("/:authid", admin.EditAuthSource)
@ -187,103 +205,104 @@ func runWeb(*cli.Context) {
m.Get("/:username", ignSignIn, user.Profile)
if martini.Env == martini.Dev {
if macaron.Env == macaron.DEV {
m.Get("/template/**", dev.TemplatePreview)
dev.RegisterDebugRoutes(m)
}
reqTrueOwner := middleware.RequireTrueOwner()
m.Group("/org", func(r martini.Router) {
r.Get("/create", org.New)
r.Post("/create", bindIgnErr(auth.CreateOrgForm{}), org.NewPost)
r.Get("/:org", org.Home)
r.Get("/:org/dashboard", org.Dashboard)
r.Get("/:org/members", org.Members)
r.Get("/:org/teams", org.Teams)
r.Get("/:org/teams/new", org.NewTeam)
r.Post("/:org/teams/new", bindIgnErr(auth.CreateTeamForm{}), org.NewTeamPost)
r.Get("/:org/teams/:team/edit", org.EditTeam)
r.Get("/:org/team/:team", org.SingleTeam)
r.Get("/:org/settings", org.Settings)
r.Post("/:org/settings", bindIgnErr(auth.OrgSettingForm{}), org.SettingsPost)
r.Post("/:org/settings/delete", org.DeletePost)
}, reqSignIn)
m.Group("/:username/:reponame", func(r martini.Router) {
r.Get("/settings", repo.Setting)
r.Post("/settings", bindIgnErr(auth.RepoSettingForm{}), repo.SettingPost)
m.Group("/settings", func(r martini.Router) {
r.Get("/collaboration", repo.Collaboration)
r.Post("/collaboration", repo.CollaborationPost)
r.Get("/hooks", repo.WebHooks)
r.Get("/hooks/add", repo.WebHooksAdd)
r.Post("/hooks/add", bindIgnErr(auth.NewWebhookForm{}), repo.WebHooksAddPost)
r.Get("/hooks/:id", repo.WebHooksEdit)
r.Post("/hooks/:id", bindIgnErr(auth.NewWebhookForm{}), repo.WebHooksEditPost)
})
}, reqSignIn, middleware.RepoAssignment(true), reqTrueOwner)
m.Group("/:username/:reponame", func(r martini.Router) {
r.Get("/action/:action", repo.Action)
m.Group("/issues", func(r martini.Router) {
r.Get("/new", repo.CreateIssue)
r.Post("/new", bindIgnErr(auth.CreateIssueForm{}), repo.CreateIssuePost)
r.Post("/:index", bindIgnErr(auth.CreateIssueForm{}), repo.UpdateIssue)
r.Post("/:index/label", repo.UpdateIssueLabel)
r.Post("/:index/milestone", repo.UpdateIssueMilestone)
r.Post("/:index/assignee", repo.UpdateAssignee)
r.Get("/:index/attachment/:id", repo.IssueGetAttachment)
r.Post("/labels/new", bindIgnErr(auth.CreateLabelForm{}), repo.NewLabel)
r.Post("/labels/edit", bindIgnErr(auth.CreateLabelForm{}), repo.UpdateLabel)
r.Post("/labels/delete", repo.DeleteLabel)
r.Get("/milestones", repo.Milestones)
r.Get("/milestones/new", repo.NewMilestone)
r.Post("/milestones/new", bindIgnErr(auth.CreateMilestoneForm{}), repo.NewMilestonePost)
r.Get("/milestones/:index/edit", repo.UpdateMilestone)
r.Post("/milestones/:index/edit", bindIgnErr(auth.CreateMilestoneForm{}), repo.UpdateMilestonePost)
r.Get("/milestones/:index/:action", repo.UpdateMilestone)
})
r.Post("/comment/:action", repo.Comment)
r.Get("/releases/new", repo.NewRelease)
r.Get("/releases/edit/:tagname", repo.EditRelease)
}, reqSignIn, middleware.RepoAssignment(true))
m.Group("/:username/:reponame", func(r martini.Router) {
r.Post("/releases/new", bindIgnErr(auth.NewReleaseForm{}), repo.NewReleasePost)
r.Post("/releases/edit/:tagname", bindIgnErr(auth.EditReleaseForm{}), repo.EditReleasePost)
}, reqSignIn, middleware.RepoAssignment(true, true))
m.Group("/:username/:reponame", func(r martini.Router) {
r.Get("/issues", repo.Issues)
r.Get("/issues/:index", repo.ViewIssue)
r.Get("/pulls", repo.Pulls)
r.Get("/branches", repo.Branches)
}, ignSignIn, middleware.RepoAssignment(true))
m.Group("/:username/:reponame", func(r martini.Router) {
r.Get("/src/:branchname", repo.Single)
r.Get("/src/:branchname/**", repo.Single)
// reqTrueOwner := middleware.RequireTrueOwner()
// m.Group("/org", func(r *macaron.Router) {
// r.Get("/create", org.New)
// r.Post("/create", bindIgnErr(auth.CreateOrgForm{}), org.NewPost)
// r.Get("/:org", org.Home)
// r.Get("/:org/dashboard", org.Dashboard)
// r.Get("/:org/members", org.Members)
// r.Get("/:org/teams", org.Teams)
// r.Get("/:org/teams/new", org.NewTeam)
// r.Post("/:org/teams/new", bindIgnErr(auth.CreateTeamForm{}), org.NewTeamPost)
// r.Get("/:org/teams/:team/edit", org.EditTeam)
// r.Get("/:org/team/:team", org.SingleTeam)
// r.Get("/:org/settings", org.Settings)
// r.Post("/:org/settings", bindIgnErr(auth.OrgSettingForm{}), org.SettingsPost)
// r.Post("/:org/settings/delete", org.DeletePost)
// }, reqSignIn)
// m.Group("/:username/:reponame", func(r *macaron.Router) {
// r.Get("/settings", repo.Setting)
// r.Post("/settings", bindIgnErr(auth.RepoSettingForm{}), repo.SettingPost)
// m.Group("/settings", func(r *macaron.Router) {
// r.Get("/collaboration", repo.Collaboration)
// r.Post("/collaboration", repo.CollaborationPost)
// r.Get("/hooks", repo.WebHooks)
// r.Get("/hooks/add", repo.WebHooksAdd)
// r.Post("/hooks/add", bindIgnErr(auth.NewWebhookForm{}), repo.WebHooksAddPost)
// r.Get("/hooks/:id", repo.WebHooksEdit)
// r.Post("/hooks/:id", bindIgnErr(auth.NewWebhookForm{}), repo.WebHooksEditPost)
// })
// }, reqSignIn, middleware.RepoAssignment(true), reqTrueOwner)
// m.Group("/:username/:reponame", func(r *macaron.Router) {
// r.Get("/action/:action", repo.Action)
// m.Group("/issues", func(r *macaron.Router) {
// r.Get("/new", repo.CreateIssue)
// r.Post("/new", bindIgnErr(auth.CreateIssueForm{}), repo.CreateIssuePost)
// r.Post("/:index", bindIgnErr(auth.CreateIssueForm{}), repo.UpdateIssue)
// r.Post("/:index/label", repo.UpdateIssueLabel)
// r.Post("/:index/milestone", repo.UpdateIssueMilestone)
// r.Post("/:index/assignee", repo.UpdateAssignee)
// r.Get("/:index/attachment/:id", repo.IssueGetAttachment)
// r.Post("/labels/new", bindIgnErr(auth.CreateLabelForm{}), repo.NewLabel)
// r.Post("/labels/edit", bindIgnErr(auth.CreateLabelForm{}), repo.UpdateLabel)
// r.Post("/labels/delete", repo.DeleteLabel)
// r.Get("/milestones", repo.Milestones)
// r.Get("/milestones/new", repo.NewMilestone)
// r.Post("/milestones/new", bindIgnErr(auth.CreateMilestoneForm{}), repo.NewMilestonePost)
// r.Get("/milestones/:index/edit", repo.UpdateMilestone)
// r.Post("/milestones/:index/edit", bindIgnErr(auth.CreateMilestoneForm{}), repo.UpdateMilestonePost)
// r.Get("/milestones/:index/:action", repo.UpdateMilestone)
// })
// r.Post("/comment/:action", repo.Comment)
// r.Get("/releases/new", repo.NewRelease)
// r.Get("/releases/edit/:tagname", repo.EditRelease)
// }, reqSignIn, middleware.RepoAssignment(true))
// m.Group("/:username/:reponame", func(r *macaron.Router) {
// r.Post("/releases/new", bindIgnErr(auth.NewReleaseForm{}), repo.NewReleasePost)
// r.Post("/releases/edit/:tagname", bindIgnErr(auth.EditReleaseForm{}), repo.EditReleasePost)
// }, reqSignIn, middleware.RepoAssignment(true, true))
// m.Group("/:username/:reponame", func(r *macaron.Router) {
// r.Get("/issues", repo.Issues)
// r.Get("/issues/:index", repo.ViewIssue)
// r.Get("/pulls", repo.Pulls)
// r.Get("/branches", repo.Branches)
// }, ignSignIn, middleware.RepoAssignment(true))
m.Group("/:username/:reponame", func(r *macaron.Router) {
r.Get("/src/:branchname", repo.Home)
r.Get("/src/:branchname/*", repo.Home)
r.Get("/raw/:branchname/**", repo.SingleDownload)
r.Get("/commits/:branchname", repo.Commits)
r.Get("/commits/:branchname/search", repo.SearchCommits)
r.Get("/commits/:branchname/**", repo.FileHistory)
r.Get("/commit/:branchname", repo.Diff)
r.Get("/commit/:branchname/**", repo.Diff)
r.Get("/releases", repo.Releases)
r.Get("/archive/:branchname/:reponame.zip", repo.ZipDownload)
r.Get("/archive/:branchname/:reponame.tar.gz", repo.TarGzDownload)
// r.Get("/commits/:branchname", repo.Commits)
// r.Get("/commits/:branchname/search", repo.SearchCommits)
// r.Get("/commits/:branchname/**", repo.FileHistory)
// r.Get("/commit/:branchname", repo.Diff)
// r.Get("/commit/:branchname/**", repo.Diff)
// r.Get("/releases", repo.Releases)
r.Get("/archive/*.*", repo.Download)
}, ignSignIn, middleware.RepoAssignment(true, true))
m.Group("/:username", func(r martini.Router) {
r.Get("/:reponame", middleware.RepoAssignment(true, true, true), repo.Single)
r.Any("/:reponame/**", repo.Http)
m.Group("/:username", func(r *macaron.Router) {
r.Get("/:reponame", middleware.RepoAssignment(true, true, true), repo.Home)
m.Group("/:reponame", func(r *macaron.Router) {
r.Any("/*", repo.Http)
})
}, ignSignInAndCsrf)
// Not found handler.
@ -298,10 +317,10 @@ func runWeb(*cli.Context) {
case setting.HTTPS:
err = http.ListenAndServeTLS(listenAddr, setting.CertFile, setting.KeyFile, m)
default:
log.Fatal("Invalid protocol: %s", setting.Protocol)
log.Fatal(4, "Invalid protocol: %s", setting.Protocol)
}
if err != nil {
log.Fatal("Fail to start server: %v", err)
log.Fatal(4, "Fail to start server: %v", err)
}
}

9
conf/README.md

@ -1,9 +0,0 @@
## NOTICE
This directory only used for development, and us [go-bindata](https://github.com/jteeuwen/go-bindata) to store in memory for releases.
To apply any change in this directory, install [go-bindata](https://github.com/jteeuwen/go-bindata), and then execute following command in root of source directory:
```
$ go-bindata -ignore="\\.DS_Store|README.md" -o modules/bin/conf.go -pkg="bin" conf/...
```

37
conf/app.ini

@ -28,6 +28,8 @@ KEY_FILE = custom/https/key.pem
; Upper level of template and static file path
; default is the path where Gogs is executed
STATIC_ROOT_PATH =
; Application level GZIP support
ENABLE_GZIP = false
[database]
; Either "mysql", "postgres" or "sqlite3", it's your choice
@ -125,14 +127,6 @@ SCOPES = all
AUTH_URL = https://open.t.qq.com/cgi-bin/oauth2/authorize
TOKEN_URL = https://open.t.qq.com/cgi-bin/oauth2/access_token
[oauth.twitter]
ENABLED = false
CLIENT_ID =
CLIENT_SECRET =
SCOPES = all
AUTH_URL = https://api.twitter.com/oauth/authorize
TOKEN_URL = https://api.twitter.com/oauth/access_token
[oauth.weibo]
ENABLED = false
CLIENT_ID =
@ -147,8 +141,8 @@ ADAPTER = memory
; For "memory" only, GC interval in seconds, default is 60
INTERVAL = 60
; For "redis" and "memcache", connection host address
; redis: ":6039"
; memcache: "127.0.0.1:11211"
; redis: `:6039`
; memcache: `127.0.0.1:11211`
HOST =
[session]
@ -156,9 +150,9 @@ HOST =
PROVIDER = file
; Provider config options
; memory: not have any config yet
; file: session file path, e.g. "data/sessions"
; redis: config like redis server addr, poolSize, password, e.g. "127.0.0.1:6379,100,astaxie"
; mysql: go-sql-driver/mysql dsn config string, e.g. "root:password@/session_table"
; file: session file path, e.g. `data/sessions`
; redis: config like redis server addr, poolSize, password, e.g. `127.0.0.1:6379,100,gogs`
; mysql: go-sql-driver/mysql dsn config string, e.g. `root:password@/session_table`
PROVIDER_CONFIG = data/sessions
; Session cookie name
COOKIE_NAME = i_like_gogits
@ -182,15 +176,15 @@ DISABLE_GRAVATAR = false
[attachment]
; Whether attachments are enabled. Defaults to `true`
ENABLE =
; Path for attachments. Defaults to files/attachments
PATH =
ENABLE = true
; Path for attachments. Defaults to `data/attachments`
PATH = data/attachments
; One or more allowed types, e.g. image/jpeg|image/png
ALLOWED_TYPES =
ALLOWED_TYPES = image/jpeg|image/png
; Max size of each file. Defaults to 32MB
MAX_SIZE
MAX_SIZE = 32
; Max number of files per upload. Defaults to 10
MAX_FILES =
MAX_FILES = 10
[log]
ROOT_PATH =
@ -209,7 +203,6 @@ LEVEL =
; For "file" mode only
[log.file]
LEVEL =
FILE_NAME = log/gogs.log
; This enables automated log rotate(switch of following options), default is true
LOG_ROTATE = true
; Max line number of single file, default is 1000000
@ -253,3 +246,7 @@ LEVEL =
DRIVER =
; Based on xorm, e.g.: root:root@localhost/gogs?charset=utf8
CONN =
[i18n]
LANGS = en-US,zh-CN
NAMES = English,简体中文

23
conf/license/BSD license

@ -0,0 +1,23 @@
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modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
* Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this
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CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY,
OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.

116
conf/license/CC0 1.0 Universal

@ -0,0 +1,116 @@
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@ -0,0 +1,203 @@
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