doukun0888
doukun0888
2019-08-20 04:16

使用go-git检查分支是否已推送到远程

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Using go-git, is there any way to check if I have made a commit, but have not yet pushed it to a remote?

For instance:

$ echo "Hello" > hello.txt
$ git add -A
$ git commit -am "Add hello"
$ git status
On branch master
Your branch is ahead of 'origin/master' by 2 commits.
  (use "git push" to publish your local commits)

nothing to commit, working tree clean

I know I can use go-git to check w,_ = repo.Worktree() and w.Status(), but that doesn't seem to give me what I'm after, unless I'm missing something.

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  • dongyi5070 dongyi5070 2年前

    I followed VonC's answer and coded up a solution.

    func main() {
      dir, err := os.Getwd()
      CheckIfError(err)
    
      repo, err := git.PlainOpen(dir)
      CheckIfError(err)
    
      revision := "origin/master"
    
      revHash, err := repo.ResolveRevision(plumbing.Revision(revision))
      CheckIfError(err)
      revCommit, err := repo.CommitObject(*revHash)
    
      CheckIfError(err)
    
      headRef, err := repo.Head()
      CheckIfError(err)
      // ... retrieving the commit object
      headCommit, err := repo.CommitObject(headRef.Hash())
      CheckIfError(err)
    
      isAncestor, err := headCommit.IsAncestor(revCommit)
    
      CheckIfError(err)
    
      fmt.Printf("Is the HEAD an IsAncestor of origin/master? : %v
    ",isAncestor)
    }
    

    Gist here

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  • douwen3362 douwen3362 2年前

    That was requested in go-git issue 1161 and delivered in go-git v4.12.0, with PR 1096 and PR 1097.

    You can use the command merge-base to check if the common ancestor of master and origin/master is the same (you have pushed everything) or not (you have local commits that you have not pushed, or the opposite, you are behind origin/master)

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