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Import 3-way merge code from bzr is imported as contrib/simplemerge is imported as tests/
author Alexis S. L. Carvalho <>
date Mon, 16 Apr 2007 20:17:39 -0300
children 2e3c54fb79a3
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# Copyright (C) 2004, 2005 Canonical Ltd
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# mbp: "you know that thing where cvs gives you conflict markers?"
# s: "i hate that."

from bzrlib.errors import CantReprocessAndShowBase
import bzrlib.patiencediff
from bzrlib.textfile import check_text_lines

def intersect(ra, rb):
    """Given two ranges return the range where they intersect or None.

    >>> intersect((0, 10), (0, 6))
    (0, 6)
    >>> intersect((0, 10), (5, 15))
    (5, 10)
    >>> intersect((0, 10), (10, 15))
    >>> intersect((0, 9), (10, 15))
    >>> intersect((0, 9), (7, 15))
    (7, 9)
    assert ra[0] <= ra[1]
    assert rb[0] <= rb[1]
    sa = max(ra[0], rb[0])
    sb = min(ra[1], rb[1])
    if sa < sb:
        return sa, sb
        return None

def compare_range(a, astart, aend, b, bstart, bend):
    """Compare a[astart:aend] == b[bstart:bend], without slicing.
    if (aend-astart) != (bend-bstart):
        return False
    for ia, ib in zip(xrange(astart, aend), xrange(bstart, bend)):
        if a[ia] != b[ib]:
            return False
        return True

class Merge3(object):
    """3-way merge of texts.

    Given BASE, OTHER, THIS, tries to produce a combined text
    incorporating the changes from both BASE->OTHER and BASE->THIS.
    All three will typically be sequences of lines."""
    def __init__(self, base, a, b):
        self.base = base
        self.a = a
        self.b = b

    def merge_lines(self,
        """Return merge in cvs-like form.
        newline = '\n'
        if len(self.a) > 0:
            if self.a[0].endswith('\r\n'):
                newline = '\r\n'
            elif self.a[0].endswith('\r'):
                newline = '\r'
        if base_marker and reprocess:
            raise CantReprocessAndShowBase()
        if name_a:
            start_marker = start_marker + ' ' + name_a
        if name_b:
            end_marker = end_marker + ' ' + name_b
        if name_base and base_marker:
            base_marker = base_marker + ' ' + name_base
        merge_regions = self.merge_regions()
        if reprocess is True:
            merge_regions = self.reprocess_merge_regions(merge_regions)
        for t in merge_regions:
            what = t[0]
            if what == 'unchanged':
                for i in range(t[1], t[2]):
                    yield self.base[i]
            elif what == 'a' or what == 'same':
                for i in range(t[1], t[2]):
                    yield self.a[i]
            elif what == 'b':
                for i in range(t[1], t[2]):
                    yield self.b[i]
            elif what == 'conflict':
                yield start_marker + newline
                for i in range(t[3], t[4]):
                    yield self.a[i]
                if base_marker is not None:
                    yield base_marker + newline
                    for i in range(t[1], t[2]):
                        yield self.base[i]
                yield mid_marker + newline
                for i in range(t[5], t[6]):
                    yield self.b[i]
                yield end_marker + newline
                raise ValueError(what)

    def merge_annotated(self):
        """Return merge with conflicts, showing origin of lines.

        Most useful for debugging merge.        
        for t in self.merge_regions():
            what = t[0]
            if what == 'unchanged':
                for i in range(t[1], t[2]):
                    yield 'u | ' + self.base[i]
            elif what == 'a' or what == 'same':
                for i in range(t[1], t[2]):
                    yield what[0] + ' | ' + self.a[i]
            elif what == 'b':
                for i in range(t[1], t[2]):
                    yield 'b | ' + self.b[i]
            elif what == 'conflict':
                yield '<<<<\n'
                for i in range(t[3], t[4]):
                    yield 'A | ' + self.a[i]
                yield '----\n'
                for i in range(t[5], t[6]):
                    yield 'B | ' + self.b[i]
                yield '>>>>\n'
                raise ValueError(what)

    def merge_groups(self):
        """Yield sequence of line groups.  Each one is a tuple:

        'unchanged', lines
             Lines unchanged from base

        'a', lines
             Lines taken from a

        'same', lines
             Lines taken from a (and equal to b)

        'b', lines
             Lines taken from b

        'conflict', base_lines, a_lines, b_lines
             Lines from base were changed to either a or b and conflict.
        for t in self.merge_regions():
            what = t[0]
            if what == 'unchanged':
                yield what, self.base[t[1]:t[2]]
            elif what == 'a' or what == 'same':
                yield what, self.a[t[1]:t[2]]
            elif what == 'b':
                yield what, self.b[t[1]:t[2]]
            elif what == 'conflict':
                yield (what,
                raise ValueError(what)

    def merge_regions(self):
        """Return sequences of matching and conflicting regions.

        This returns tuples, where the first value says what kind we

        'unchanged', start, end
             Take a region of base[start:end]

        'same', astart, aend
             b and a are different from base but give the same result

        'a', start, end
             Non-clashing insertion from a[start:end]

        Method is as follows:

        The two sequences align only on regions which match the base
        and both descendents.  These are found by doing a two-way diff
        of each one against the base, and then finding the
        intersections between those regions.  These "sync regions"
        are by definition unchanged in both and easily dealt with.

        The regions in between can be in any of three cases:
        conflicted, or changed on only one side.

        # section a[0:ia] has been disposed of, etc
        iz = ia = ib = 0
        for zmatch, zend, amatch, aend, bmatch, bend in self.find_sync_regions():
            #print 'match base [%d:%d]' % (zmatch, zend)
            matchlen = zend - zmatch
            assert matchlen >= 0
            assert matchlen == (aend - amatch)
            assert matchlen == (bend - bmatch)
            len_a = amatch - ia
            len_b = bmatch - ib
            len_base = zmatch - iz
            assert len_a >= 0
            assert len_b >= 0
            assert len_base >= 0

            #print 'unmatched a=%d, b=%d' % (len_a, len_b)

            if len_a or len_b:
                # try to avoid actually slicing the lists
                equal_a = compare_range(self.a, ia, amatch,
                                        self.base, iz, zmatch)
                equal_b = compare_range(self.b, ib, bmatch,
                                        self.base, iz, zmatch)
                same = compare_range(self.a, ia, amatch,
                                     self.b, ib, bmatch)

                if same:
                    yield 'same', ia, amatch
                elif equal_a and not equal_b:
                    yield 'b', ib, bmatch
                elif equal_b and not equal_a:
                    yield 'a', ia, amatch
                elif not equal_a and not equal_b:
                    yield 'conflict', iz, zmatch, ia, amatch, ib, bmatch
                    raise AssertionError("can't handle a=b=base but unmatched")

                ia = amatch
                ib = bmatch
            iz = zmatch

            # if the same part of the base was deleted on both sides
            # that's OK, we can just skip it.

            if matchlen > 0:
                assert ia == amatch
                assert ib == bmatch
                assert iz == zmatch
                yield 'unchanged', zmatch, zend
                iz = zend
                ia = aend
                ib = bend

    def reprocess_merge_regions(self, merge_regions):
        """Where there are conflict regions, remove the agreed lines.

        Lines where both A and B have made the same changes are 
        for region in merge_regions:
            if region[0] != "conflict":
                yield region
            type, iz, zmatch, ia, amatch, ib, bmatch = region
            a_region = self.a[ia:amatch]
            b_region = self.b[ib:bmatch]
            matches = bzrlib.patiencediff.PatienceSequenceMatcher(
                    None, a_region, b_region).get_matching_blocks()
            next_a = ia
            next_b = ib
            for region_ia, region_ib, region_len in matches[:-1]:
                region_ia += ia
                region_ib += ib
                reg = self.mismatch_region(next_a, region_ia, next_b,
                if reg is not None:
                    yield reg
                yield 'same', region_ia, region_len+region_ia
                next_a = region_ia + region_len
                next_b = region_ib + region_len
            reg = self.mismatch_region(next_a, amatch, next_b, bmatch)
            if reg is not None:
                yield reg

    def mismatch_region(next_a, region_ia,  next_b, region_ib):
        if next_a < region_ia or next_b < region_ib:
            return 'conflict', None, None, next_a, region_ia, next_b, region_ib

    def find_sync_regions(self):
        """Return a list of sync regions, where both descendents match the base.

        Generates a list of (base1, base2, a1, a2, b1, b2).  There is
        always a zero-length sync region at the end of all the files.

        ia = ib = 0
        amatches = bzrlib.patiencediff.PatienceSequenceMatcher(
                None, self.base, self.a).get_matching_blocks()
        bmatches = bzrlib.patiencediff.PatienceSequenceMatcher(
                None, self.base, self.b).get_matching_blocks()
        len_a = len(amatches)
        len_b = len(bmatches)

        sl = []

        while ia < len_a and ib < len_b:
            abase, amatch, alen = amatches[ia]
            bbase, bmatch, blen = bmatches[ib]

            # there is an unconflicted block at i; how long does it
            # extend?  until whichever one ends earlier.
            i = intersect((abase, abase+alen), (bbase, bbase+blen))
            if i:
                intbase = i[0]
                intend = i[1]
                intlen = intend - intbase

                # found a match of base[i[0], i[1]]; this may be less than
                # the region that matches in either one
                assert intlen <= alen
                assert intlen <= blen
                assert abase <= intbase
                assert bbase <= intbase

                asub = amatch + (intbase - abase)
                bsub = bmatch + (intbase - bbase)
                aend = asub + intlen
                bend = bsub + intlen

                assert self.base[intbase:intend] == self.a[asub:aend], \
                       (self.base[intbase:intend], self.a[asub:aend])

                assert self.base[intbase:intend] == self.b[bsub:bend]

                sl.append((intbase, intend,
                           asub, aend,
                           bsub, bend))

            # advance whichever one ends first in the base text
            if (abase + alen) < (bbase + blen):
                ia += 1
                ib += 1
        intbase = len(self.base)
        abase = len(self.a)
        bbase = len(self.b)
        sl.append((intbase, intbase, abase, abase, bbase, bbase))

        return sl

    def find_unconflicted(self):
        """Return a list of ranges in base that are not conflicted."""
        am = bzrlib.patiencediff.PatienceSequenceMatcher(
                None, self.base, self.a).get_matching_blocks()
        bm = bzrlib.patiencediff.PatienceSequenceMatcher(
                None, self.base, self.b).get_matching_blocks()

        unc = []

        while am and bm:
            # there is an unconflicted block at i; how long does it
            # extend?  until whichever one ends earlier.
            a1 = am[0][0]
            a2 = a1 + am[0][2]
            b1 = bm[0][0]
            b2 = b1 + bm[0][2]
            i = intersect((a1, a2), (b1, b2))
            if i:

            if a2 < b2:
                del am[0]
                del bm[0]
        return unc

def main(argv):
    # as for diff3 and meld the syntax is "MINE BASE OTHER"
    a = file(argv[1], 'rt').readlines()
    base = file(argv[2], 'rt').readlines()
    b = file(argv[3], 'rt').readlines()

    m3 = Merge3(base, a, b)

    #for sr in m3.find_sync_regions():
    #    print sr

    # sys.stdout.writelines(m3.merge_lines(name_a=argv[1], name_b=argv[3]))

if __name__ == '__main__':
    import sys