shithub: drawterm

Download patch

ref: 17b41aefc5e3d3ab41cc202435061e4caf8011ac
parent: 9e58d45fe72b32635abe2770324f51791d9e5b36
author: cinap_lenrek <cinap_lenrek@felloff.net>
date: Sat Feb 27 20:08:12 EST 2016

remove lib/codereview hipster shit

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--- a/lib/codereview/codereview.cfg	Sat Feb 27 20:01:53 2016
+++ /dev/null	Thu Apr  7 21:41:36 2022
@@ -1 +0,0 @@
-# defaultcc: plan9port-dev@googlegroups.com
--- a/lib/codereview/codereview.py	Sat Feb 27 20:01:53 2016
+++ /dev/null	Thu Apr  7 21:41:36 2022
@@ -1,3562 +0,0 @@
-# coding=utf-8
-# (The line above is necessary so that I can use 世界 in the
-# *comment* below without Python getting all bent out of shape.)
-
-# Copyright 2007-2009 Google Inc.
-#
-# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
-# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
-# You may obtain a copy of the License at
-#
-#	http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
-#
-# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
-# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
-# WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
-# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
-# limitations under the License.
-
-'''Mercurial interface to codereview.appspot.com.
-
-To configure, set the following options in
-your repository's .hg/hgrc file.
-
-	[extensions]
-	codereview = /path/to/codereview.py
-
-	[codereview]
-	server = codereview.appspot.com
-
-The server should be running Rietveld; see http://code.google.com/p/rietveld/.
-
-In addition to the new commands, this extension introduces
-the file pattern syntax @nnnnnn, where nnnnnn is a change list
-number, to mean the files included in that change list, which
-must be associated with the current client.
-
-For example, if change 123456 contains the files x.go and y.go,
-"hg diff @123456" is equivalent to"hg diff x.go y.go".
-'''
-
-import sys
-
-if __name__ == "__main__":
-	print >>sys.stderr, "This is a Mercurial extension and should not be invoked directly."
-	sys.exit(2)
-
-# We require Python 2.6 for the json package.
-if sys.version < '2.6':
-	print >>sys.stderr, "The codereview extension requires Python 2.6 or newer."
-	print >>sys.stderr, "You are running Python " + sys.version
-	sys.exit(2)
-
-import json
-import os
-import re
-import stat
-import subprocess
-import threading
-import time
-
-from mercurial import commands as hg_commands
-from mercurial import util as hg_util
-
-defaultcc = None
-codereview_disabled = None
-real_rollback = None
-releaseBranch = None
-server = "codereview.appspot.com"
-server_url_base = None
-
-#######################################################################
-# Normally I would split this into multiple files, but it simplifies
-# import path headaches to keep it all in one file.  Sorry.
-# The different parts of the file are separated by banners like this one.
-
-#######################################################################
-# Helpers
-
-def RelativePath(path, cwd):
-	n = len(cwd)
-	if path.startswith(cwd) and path[n] == '/':
-		return path[n+1:]
-	return path
-
-def Sub(l1, l2):
-	return [l for l in l1 if l not in l2]
-
-def Add(l1, l2):
-	l = l1 + Sub(l2, l1)
-	l.sort()
-	return l
-
-def Intersect(l1, l2):
-	return [l for l in l1 if l in l2]
-
-#######################################################################
-# RE: UNICODE STRING HANDLING
-#
-# Python distinguishes between the str (string of bytes)
-# and unicode (string of code points) types.  Most operations
-# work on either one just fine, but some (like regexp matching)
-# require unicode, and others (like write) require str.
-#
-# As befits the language, Python hides the distinction between
-# unicode and str by converting between them silently, but
-# *only* if all the bytes/code points involved are 7-bit ASCII.
-# This means that if you're not careful, your program works
-# fine on "hello, world" and fails on "hello, 世界".  And of course,
-# the obvious way to be careful - use static types - is unavailable.
-# So the only way is trial and error to find where to put explicit
-# conversions.
-#
-# Because more functions do implicit conversion to str (string of bytes)
-# than do implicit conversion to unicode (string of code points),
-# the convention in this module is to represent all text as str,
-# converting to unicode only when calling a unicode-only function
-# and then converting back to str as soon as possible.
-
-def typecheck(s, t):
-	if type(s) != t:
-		raise hg_util.Abort("type check failed: %s has type %s != %s" % (repr(s), type(s), t))
-
-# If we have to pass unicode instead of str, ustr does that conversion clearly.
-def ustr(s):
-	typecheck(s, str)
-	return s.decode("utf-8")
-
-# Even with those, Mercurial still sometimes turns unicode into str
-# and then tries to use it as ascii.  Change Mercurial's default.
-def set_mercurial_encoding_to_utf8():
-	from mercurial import encoding
-	encoding.encoding = 'utf-8'
-
-set_mercurial_encoding_to_utf8()
-
-# Even with those we still run into problems.
-# I tried to do things by the book but could not convince
-# Mercurial to let me check in a change with UTF-8 in the
-# CL description or author field, no matter how many conversions
-# between str and unicode I inserted and despite changing the
-# default encoding.  I'm tired of this game, so set the default
-# encoding for all of Python to 'utf-8', not 'ascii'.
-def default_to_utf8():
-	import sys
-	stdout, __stdout__ = sys.stdout, sys.__stdout__
-	reload(sys)  # site.py deleted setdefaultencoding; get it back
-	sys.stdout, sys.__stdout__ = stdout, __stdout__
-	sys.setdefaultencoding('utf-8')
-
-default_to_utf8()
-
-#######################################################################
-# Status printer for long-running commands
-
-global_status = None
-
-def set_status(s):
-	# print >>sys.stderr, "\t", time.asctime(), s
-	global global_status
-	global_status = s
-
-class StatusThread(threading.Thread):
-	def __init__(self):
-		threading.Thread.__init__(self)
-	def run(self):
-		# pause a reasonable amount of time before
-		# starting to display status messages, so that
-		# most hg commands won't ever see them.
-		time.sleep(30)
-
-		# now show status every 15 seconds
-		while True:
-			time.sleep(15 - time.time() % 15)
-			s = global_status
-			if s is None:
-				continue
-			if s == "":
-				s = "(unknown status)"
-			print >>sys.stderr, time.asctime(), s
-
-def start_status_thread():
-	t = StatusThread()
-	t.setDaemon(True)  # allowed to exit if t is still running
-	t.start()
-
-#######################################################################
-# Change list parsing.
-#
-# Change lists are stored in .hg/codereview/cl.nnnnnn
-# where nnnnnn is the number assigned by the code review server.
-# Most data about a change list is stored on the code review server
-# too: the description, reviewer, and cc list are all stored there.
-# The only thing in the cl.nnnnnn file is the list of relevant files.
-# Also, the existence of the cl.nnnnnn file marks this repository
-# as the one where the change list lives.
-
-emptydiff = """Index: ~rietveld~placeholder~
-===================================================================
-diff --git a/~rietveld~placeholder~ b/~rietveld~placeholder~
-new file mode 100644
-"""
-
-class CL(object):
-	def __init__(self, name):
-		typecheck(name, str)
-		self.name = name
-		self.desc = ''
-		self.files = []
-		self.reviewer = []
-		self.cc = []
-		self.url = ''
-		self.local = False
-		self.web = False
-		self.copied_from = None	# None means current user
-		self.mailed = False
-		self.private = False
-		self.lgtm = []
-
-	def DiskText(self):
-		cl = self
-		s = ""
-		if cl.copied_from:
-			s += "Author: " + cl.copied_from + "\n\n"
-		if cl.private:
-			s += "Private: " + str(self.private) + "\n"
-		s += "Mailed: " + str(self.mailed) + "\n"
-		s += "Description:\n"
-		s += Indent(cl.desc, "\t")
-		s += "Files:\n"
-		for f in cl.files:
-			s += "\t" + f + "\n"
-		typecheck(s, str)
-		return s
-
-	def EditorText(self):
-		cl = self
-		s = _change_prolog
-		s += "\n"
-		if cl.copied_from:
-			s += "Author: " + cl.copied_from + "\n"
-		if cl.url != '':
-			s += 'URL: ' + cl.url + '	# cannot edit\n\n'
-		if cl.private:
-			s += "Private: True\n"
-		s += "Reviewer: " + JoinComma(cl.reviewer) + "\n"
-		s += "CC: " + JoinComma(cl.cc) + "\n"
-		s += "\n"
-		s += "Description:\n"
-		if cl.desc == '':
-			s += "\t<enter description here>\n"
-		else:
-			s += Indent(cl.desc, "\t")
-		s += "\n"
-		if cl.local or cl.name == "new":
-			s += "Files:\n"
-			for f in cl.files:
-				s += "\t" + f + "\n"
-			s += "\n"
-		typecheck(s, str)
-		return s
-
-	def PendingText(self, quick=False):
-		cl = self
-		s = cl.name + ":" + "\n"
-		s += Indent(cl.desc, "\t")
-		s += "\n"
-		if cl.copied_from:
-			s += "\tAuthor: " + cl.copied_from + "\n"
-		if not quick:
-			s += "\tReviewer: " + JoinComma(cl.reviewer) + "\n"
-			for (who, line) in cl.lgtm:
-				s += "\t\t" + who + ": " + line + "\n"
-			s += "\tCC: " + JoinComma(cl.cc) + "\n"
-		s += "\tFiles:\n"
-		for f in cl.files:
-			s += "\t\t" + f + "\n"
-		typecheck(s, str)
-		return s
-
-	def Flush(self, ui, repo):
-		if self.name == "new":
-			self.Upload(ui, repo, gofmt_just_warn=True, creating=True)
-		dir = CodeReviewDir(ui, repo)
-		path = dir + '/cl.' + self.name
-		f = open(path+'!', "w")
-		f.write(self.DiskText())
-		f.close()
-		if sys.platform == "win32" and os.path.isfile(path):
-			os.remove(path)
-		os.rename(path+'!', path)
-		if self.web and not self.copied_from:
-			EditDesc(self.name, desc=self.desc,
-				reviewers=JoinComma(self.reviewer), cc=JoinComma(self.cc),
-				private=self.private)
-
-	def Delete(self, ui, repo):
-		dir = CodeReviewDir(ui, repo)
-		os.unlink(dir + "/cl." + self.name)
-
-	def Subject(self):
-		s = line1(self.desc)
-		if len(s) > 60:
-			s = s[0:55] + "..."
-		if self.name != "new":
-			s = "code review %s: %s" % (self.name, s)
-		typecheck(s, str)
-		return s
-
-	def Upload(self, ui, repo, send_mail=False, gofmt=True, gofmt_just_warn=False, creating=False, quiet=False):
-		if not self.files and not creating:
-			ui.warn("no files in change list\n")
-		if ui.configbool("codereview", "force_gofmt", True) and gofmt:
-			CheckFormat(ui, repo, self.files, just_warn=gofmt_just_warn)
-		set_status("uploading CL metadata + diffs")
-		os.chdir(repo.root)
-		form_fields = [
-			("content_upload", "1"),
-			("reviewers", JoinComma(self.reviewer)),
-			("cc", JoinComma(self.cc)),
-			("description", self.desc),
-			("base_hashes", ""),
-		]
-
-		if self.name != "new":
-			form_fields.append(("issue", self.name))
-		vcs = None
-		# We do not include files when creating the issue,
-		# because we want the patch sets to record the repository
-		# and base revision they are diffs against.  We use the patch
-		# set message for that purpose, but there is no message with
-		# the first patch set.  Instead the message gets used as the
-		# new CL's overall subject.  So omit the diffs when creating
-		# and then we'll run an immediate upload.
-		# This has the effect that every CL begins with an empty "Patch set 1".
-		if self.files and not creating:
-			vcs = MercurialVCS(upload_options, ui, repo)
-			data = vcs.GenerateDiff(self.files)
-			files = vcs.GetBaseFiles(data)
-			if len(data) > MAX_UPLOAD_SIZE:
-				uploaded_diff_file = []
-				form_fields.append(("separate_patches", "1"))
-			else:
-				uploaded_diff_file = [("data", "data.diff", data)]
-		else:
-			uploaded_diff_file = [("data", "data.diff", emptydiff)]
-		
-		if vcs and self.name != "new":
-			form_fields.append(("subject", "diff -r " + vcs.base_rev + " " + ui.expandpath("default")))
-		else:
-			# First upload sets the subject for the CL itself.
-			form_fields.append(("subject", self.Subject()))
-		ctype, body = EncodeMultipartFormData(form_fields, uploaded_diff_file)
-		response_body = MySend("/upload", body, content_type=ctype)
-		patchset = None
-		msg = response_body
-		lines = msg.splitlines()
-		if len(lines) >= 2:
-			msg = lines[0]
-			patchset = lines[1].strip()
-			patches = [x.split(" ", 1) for x in lines[2:]]
-		if response_body.startswith("Issue updated.") and quiet:
-			pass
-		else:
-			ui.status(msg + "\n")
-		set_status("uploaded CL metadata + diffs")
-		if not response_body.startswith("Issue created.") and not response_body.startswith("Issue updated."):
-			raise hg_util.Abort("failed to update issue: " + response_body)
-		issue = msg[msg.rfind("/")+1:]
-		self.name = issue
-		if not self.url:
-			self.url = server_url_base + self.name
-		if not uploaded_diff_file:
-			set_status("uploading patches")
-			patches = UploadSeparatePatches(issue, rpc, patchset, data, upload_options)
-		if vcs:
-			set_status("uploading base files")
-			vcs.UploadBaseFiles(issue, rpc, patches, patchset, upload_options, files)
-		if send_mail:
-			set_status("sending mail")
-			MySend("/" + issue + "/mail", payload="")
-		self.web = True
-		set_status("flushing changes to disk")
-		self.Flush(ui, repo)
-		return
-
-	def Mail(self, ui, repo):
-		pmsg = "Hello " + JoinComma(self.reviewer)
-		if self.cc:
-			pmsg += " (cc: %s)" % (', '.join(self.cc),)
-		pmsg += ",\n"
-		pmsg += "\n"
-		repourl = ui.expandpath("default")
-		if not self.mailed:
-			pmsg += "I'd like you to review this change to\n" + repourl + "\n"
-		else:
-			pmsg += "Please take another look.\n"
-		typecheck(pmsg, str)
-		PostMessage(ui, self.name, pmsg, subject=self.Subject())
-		self.mailed = True
-		self.Flush(ui, repo)
-
-def GoodCLName(name):
-	typecheck(name, str)
-	return re.match("^[0-9]+$", name)
-
-def ParseCL(text, name):
-	typecheck(text, str)
-	typecheck(name, str)
-	sname = None
-	lineno = 0
-	sections = {
-		'Author': '',
-		'Description': '',
-		'Files': '',
-		'URL': '',
-		'Reviewer': '',
-		'CC': '',
-		'Mailed': '',
-		'Private': '',
-	}
-	for line in text.split('\n'):
-		lineno += 1
-		line = line.rstrip()
-		if line != '' and line[0] == '#':
-			continue
-		if line == '' or line[0] == ' ' or line[0] == '\t':
-			if sname == None and line != '':
-				return None, lineno, 'text outside section'
-			if sname != None:
-				sections[sname] += line + '\n'
-			continue
-		p = line.find(':')
-		if p >= 0:
-			s, val = line[:p].strip(), line[p+1:].strip()
-			if s in sections:
-				sname = s
-				if val != '':
-					sections[sname] += val + '\n'
-				continue
-		return None, lineno, 'malformed section header'
-
-	for k in sections:
-		sections[k] = StripCommon(sections[k]).rstrip()
-
-	cl = CL(name)
-	if sections['Author']:
-		cl.copied_from = sections['Author']
-	cl.desc = sections['Description']
-	for line in sections['Files'].split('\n'):
-		i = line.find('#')
-		if i >= 0:
-			line = line[0:i].rstrip()
-		line = line.strip()
-		if line == '':
-			continue
-		cl.files.append(line)
-	cl.reviewer = SplitCommaSpace(sections['Reviewer'])
-	cl.cc = SplitCommaSpace(sections['CC'])
-	cl.url = sections['URL']
-	if sections['Mailed'] != 'False':
-		# Odd default, but avoids spurious mailings when
-		# reading old CLs that do not have a Mailed: line.
-		# CLs created with this update will always have 
-		# Mailed: False on disk.
-		cl.mailed = True
-	if sections['Private'] in ('True', 'true', 'Yes', 'yes'):
-		cl.private = True
-	if cl.desc == '<enter description here>':
-		cl.desc = ''
-	return cl, 0, ''
-
-def SplitCommaSpace(s):
-	typecheck(s, str)
-	s = s.strip()
-	if s == "":
-		return []
-	return re.split(", *", s)
-
-def CutDomain(s):
-	typecheck(s, str)
-	i = s.find('@')
-	if i >= 0:
-		s = s[0:i]
-	return s
-
-def JoinComma(l):
-	for s in l:
-		typecheck(s, str)
-	return ", ".join(l)
-
-def ExceptionDetail():
-	s = str(sys.exc_info()[0])
-	if s.startswith("<type '") and s.endswith("'>"):
-		s = s[7:-2]
-	elif s.startswith("<class '") and s.endswith("'>"):
-		s = s[8:-2]
-	arg = str(sys.exc_info()[1])
-	if len(arg) > 0:
-		s += ": " + arg
-	return s
-
-def IsLocalCL(ui, repo, name):
-	return GoodCLName(name) and os.access(CodeReviewDir(ui, repo) + "/cl." + name, 0)
-
-# Load CL from disk and/or the web.
-def LoadCL(ui, repo, name, web=True):
-	typecheck(name, str)
-	set_status("loading CL " + name)
-	if not GoodCLName(name):
-		return None, "invalid CL name"
-	dir = CodeReviewDir(ui, repo)
-	path = dir + "cl." + name
-	if os.access(path, 0):
-		ff = open(path)
-		text = ff.read()
-		ff.close()
-		cl, lineno, err = ParseCL(text, name)
-		if err != "":
-			return None, "malformed CL data: "+err
-		cl.local = True
-	else:
-		cl = CL(name)
-	if web:
-		set_status("getting issue metadata from web")
-		d = JSONGet(ui, "/api/" + name + "?messages=true")
-		set_status(None)
-		if d is None:
-			return None, "cannot load CL %s from server" % (name,)
-		if 'owner_email' not in d or 'issue' not in d or str(d['issue']) != name:
-			return None, "malformed response loading CL data from code review server"
-		cl.dict = d
-		cl.reviewer = d.get('reviewers', [])
-		cl.cc = d.get('cc', [])
-		if cl.local and cl.copied_from and cl.desc:
-			# local copy of CL written by someone else
-			# and we saved a description.  use that one,
-			# so that committers can edit the description
-			# before doing hg submit.
-			pass
-		else:
-			cl.desc = d.get('description', "")
-		cl.url = server_url_base + name
-		cl.web = True
-		cl.private = d.get('private', False) != False
-		cl.lgtm = []
-		for m in d.get('messages', []):
-			if m.get('approval', False) == True:
-				who = re.sub('@.*', '', m.get('sender', ''))
-				text = re.sub("\n(.|\n)*", '', m.get('text', ''))
-				cl.lgtm.append((who, text))
-
-	set_status("loaded CL " + name)
-	return cl, ''
-
-class LoadCLThread(threading.Thread):
-	def __init__(self, ui, repo, dir, f, web):
-		threading.Thread.__init__(self)
-		self.ui = ui
-		self.repo = repo
-		self.dir = dir
-		self.f = f
-		self.web = web
-		self.cl = None
-	def run(self):
-		cl, err = LoadCL(self.ui, self.repo, self.f[3:], web=self.web)
-		if err != '':
-			self.ui.warn("loading "+self.dir+self.f+": " + err + "\n")
-			return
-		self.cl = cl
-
-# Load all the CLs from this repository.
-def LoadAllCL(ui, repo, web=True):
-	dir = CodeReviewDir(ui, repo)
-	m = {}
-	files = [f for f in os.listdir(dir) if f.startswith('cl.')]
-	if not files:
-		return m
-	active = []
-	first = True
-	for f in files:
-		t = LoadCLThread(ui, repo, dir, f, web)
-		t.start()
-		if web and first:
-			# first request: wait in case it needs to authenticate
-			# otherwise we get lots of user/password prompts
-			# running in parallel.
-			t.join()
-			if t.cl:
-				m[t.cl.name] = t.cl
-			first = False
-		else:
-			active.append(t)
-	for t in active:
-		t.join()
-		if t.cl:
-			m[t.cl.name] = t.cl
-	return m
-
-# Find repository root.  On error, ui.warn and return None
-def RepoDir(ui, repo):
-	url = repo.url();
-	if not url.startswith('file:'):
-		ui.warn("repository %s is not in local file system\n" % (url,))
-		return None
-	url = url[5:]
-	if url.endswith('/'):
-		url = url[:-1]
-	typecheck(url, str)
-	return url
-
-# Find (or make) code review directory.  On error, ui.warn and return None
-def CodeReviewDir(ui, repo):
-	dir = RepoDir(ui, repo)
-	if dir == None:
-		return None
-	dir += '/.hg/codereview/'
-	if not os.path.isdir(dir):
-		try:
-			os.mkdir(dir, 0700)
-		except:
-			ui.warn('cannot mkdir %s: %s\n' % (dir, ExceptionDetail()))
-			return None
-	typecheck(dir, str)
-	return dir
-
-# Turn leading tabs into spaces, so that the common white space
-# prefix doesn't get confused when people's editors write out 
-# some lines with spaces, some with tabs.  Only a heuristic
-# (some editors don't use 8 spaces either) but a useful one.
-def TabsToSpaces(line):
-	i = 0
-	while i < len(line) and line[i] == '\t':
-		i += 1
-	return ' '*(8*i) + line[i:]
-
-# Strip maximal common leading white space prefix from text
-def StripCommon(text):
-	typecheck(text, str)
-	ws = None
-	for line in text.split('\n'):
-		line = line.rstrip()
-		if line == '':
-			continue
-		line = TabsToSpaces(line)
-		white = line[:len(line)-len(line.lstrip())]
-		if ws == None:
-			ws = white
-		else:
-			common = ''
-			for i in range(min(len(white), len(ws))+1):
-				if white[0:i] == ws[0:i]:
-					common = white[0:i]
-			ws = common
-		if ws == '':
-			break
-	if ws == None:
-		return text
-	t = ''
-	for line in text.split('\n'):
-		line = line.rstrip()
-		line = TabsToSpaces(line)
-		if line.startswith(ws):
-			line = line[len(ws):]
-		if line == '' and t == '':
-			continue
-		t += line + '\n'
-	while len(t) >= 2 and t[-2:] == '\n\n':
-		t = t[:-1]
-	typecheck(t, str)
-	return t
-
-# Indent text with indent.
-def Indent(text, indent):
-	typecheck(text, str)
-	typecheck(indent, str)
-	t = ''
-	for line in text.split('\n'):
-		t += indent + line + '\n'
-	typecheck(t, str)
-	return t
-
-# Return the first line of l
-def line1(text):
-	typecheck(text, str)
-	return text.split('\n')[0]
-
-_change_prolog = """# Change list.
-# Lines beginning with # are ignored.
-# Multi-line values should be indented.
-"""
-
-desc_re = '^(.+: |(tag )?(release|weekly)\.|fix build|undo CL)'
-
-desc_msg = '''Your CL description appears not to use the standard form.
-
-The first line of your change description is conventionally a
-one-line summary of the change, prefixed by the primary affected package,
-and is used as the subject for code review mail; the rest of the description
-elaborates.
-
-Examples:
-
-	encoding/rot13: new package
-
-	math: add IsInf, IsNaN
-	
-	net: fix cname in LookupHost
-
-	unicode: update to Unicode 5.0.2
-
-'''
-
-def promptyesno(ui, msg):
-	return ui.promptchoice(msg, ["&yes", "&no"], 0) == 0
-
-def promptremove(ui, repo, f):
-	if promptyesno(ui, "hg remove %s (y/n)?" % (f,)):
-		if hg_commands.remove(ui, repo, 'path:'+f) != 0:
-			ui.warn("error removing %s" % (f,))
-
-def promptadd(ui, repo, f):
-	if promptyesno(ui, "hg add %s (y/n)?" % (f,)):
-		if hg_commands.add(ui, repo, 'path:'+f) != 0:
-			ui.warn("error adding %s" % (f,))
-
-def EditCL(ui, repo, cl):
-	set_status(None)	# do not show status
-	s = cl.EditorText()
-	while True:
-		s = ui.edit(s, ui.username())
-		
-		# We can't trust Mercurial + Python not to die before making the change,
-		# so, by popular demand, just scribble the most recent CL edit into
-		# $(hg root)/last-change so that if Mercurial does die, people
-		# can look there for their work.
-		try:
-			f = open(repo.root+"/last-change", "w")
-			f.write(s)
-			f.close()
-		except:
-			pass
-
-		clx, line, err = ParseCL(s, cl.name)
-		if err != '':
-			if not promptyesno(ui, "error parsing change list: line %d: %s\nre-edit (y/n)?" % (line, err)):
-				return "change list not modified"
-			continue
-		
-		# Check description.
-		if clx.desc == '':
-			if promptyesno(ui, "change list should have a description\nre-edit (y/n)?"):
-				continue
-		elif re.search('<enter reason for undo>', clx.desc):
-			if promptyesno(ui, "change list description omits reason for undo\nre-edit (y/n)?"):
-				continue
-		elif not re.match(desc_re, clx.desc.split('\n')[0]):
-			if promptyesno(ui, desc_msg + "re-edit (y/n)?"):
-				continue
-
-		# Check file list for files that need to be hg added or hg removed
-		# or simply aren't understood.
-		pats = ['path:'+f for f in clx.files]
-		changed = hg_matchPattern(ui, repo, *pats, modified=True, added=True, removed=True)
-		deleted = hg_matchPattern(ui, repo, *pats, deleted=True)
-		unknown = hg_matchPattern(ui, repo, *pats, unknown=True)
-		ignored = hg_matchPattern(ui, repo, *pats, ignored=True)
-		clean = hg_matchPattern(ui, repo, *pats, clean=True)
-		files = []
-		for f in clx.files:
-			if f in changed:
-				files.append(f)
-				continue
-			if f in deleted:
-				promptremove(ui, repo, f)
-				files.append(f)
-				continue
-			if f in unknown:
-				promptadd(ui, repo, f)
-				files.append(f)
-				continue
-			if f in ignored:
-				ui.warn("error: %s is excluded by .hgignore; omitting\n" % (f,))
-				continue
-			if f in clean:
-				ui.warn("warning: %s is listed in the CL but unchanged\n" % (f,))
-				files.append(f)
-				continue
-			p = repo.root + '/' + f
-			if os.path.isfile(p):
-				ui.warn("warning: %s is a file but not known to hg\n" % (f,))
-				files.append(f)
-				continue
-			if os.path.isdir(p):
-				ui.warn("error: %s is a directory, not a file; omitting\n" % (f,))
-				continue
-			ui.warn("error: %s does not exist; omitting\n" % (f,))
-		clx.files = files
-
-		cl.desc = clx.desc
-		cl.reviewer = clx.reviewer
-		cl.cc = clx.cc
-		cl.files = clx.files
-		cl.private = clx.private
-		break
-	return ""
-
-# For use by submit, etc. (NOT by change)
-# Get change list number or list of files from command line.
-# If files are given, make a new change list.
-def CommandLineCL(ui, repo, pats, opts, defaultcc=None):
-	if len(pats) > 0 and GoodCLName(pats[0]):
-		if len(pats) != 1:
-			return None, "cannot specify change number and file names"
-		if opts.get('message'):
-			return None, "cannot use -m with existing CL"
-		cl, err = LoadCL(ui, repo, pats[0], web=True)
-		if err != "":
-			return None, err
-	else:
-		cl = CL("new")
-		cl.local = True
-		cl.files = ChangedFiles(ui, repo, pats, taken=Taken(ui, repo))
-		if not cl.files:
-			return None, "no files changed"
-	if opts.get('reviewer'):
-		cl.reviewer = Add(cl.reviewer, SplitCommaSpace(opts.get('reviewer')))
-	if opts.get('cc'):
-		cl.cc = Add(cl.cc, SplitCommaSpace(opts.get('cc')))
-	if defaultcc:
-		cl.cc = Add(cl.cc, defaultcc)
-	if cl.name == "new":
-		if opts.get('message'):
-			cl.desc = opts.get('message')
-		else:
-			err = EditCL(ui, repo, cl)
-			if err != '':
-				return None, err
-	return cl, ""
-
-#######################################################################
-# Change list file management
-
-# Return list of changed files in repository that match pats.
-# The patterns came from the command line, so we warn
-# if they have no effect or cannot be understood.
-def ChangedFiles(ui, repo, pats, taken=None):
-	taken = taken or {}
-	# Run each pattern separately so that we can warn about
-	# patterns that didn't do anything useful.
-	for p in pats:
-		for f in hg_matchPattern(ui, repo, p, unknown=True):
-			promptadd(ui, repo, f)
-		for f in hg_matchPattern(ui, repo, p, removed=True):
-			promptremove(ui, repo, f)
-		files = hg_matchPattern(ui, repo, p, modified=True, added=True, removed=True)
-		for f in files:
-			if f in taken:
-				ui.warn("warning: %s already in CL %s\n" % (f, taken[f].name))
-		if not files:
-			ui.warn("warning: %s did not match any modified files\n" % (p,))
-
-	# Again, all at once (eliminates duplicates)
-	l = hg_matchPattern(ui, repo, *pats, modified=True, added=True, removed=True)
-	l.sort()
-	if taken:
-		l = Sub(l, taken.keys())
-	return l
-
-# Return list of changed files in repository that match pats and still exist.
-def ChangedExistingFiles(ui, repo, pats, opts):
-	l = hg_matchPattern(ui, repo, *pats, modified=True, added=True)
-	l.sort()
-	return l
-
-# Return list of files claimed by existing CLs
-def Taken(ui, repo):
-	all = LoadAllCL(ui, repo, web=False)
-	taken = {}
-	for _, cl in all.items():
-		for f in cl.files:
-			taken[f] = cl
-	return taken
-
-# Return list of changed files that are not claimed by other CLs
-def DefaultFiles(ui, repo, pats):
-	return ChangedFiles(ui, repo, pats, taken=Taken(ui, repo))
-
-#######################################################################
-# File format checking.
-
-def CheckFormat(ui, repo, files, just_warn=False):
-	set_status("running gofmt")
-	CheckGofmt(ui, repo, files, just_warn)
-	CheckTabfmt(ui, repo, files, just_warn)
-
-# Check that gofmt run on the list of files does not change them
-def CheckGofmt(ui, repo, files, just_warn):
-	files = gofmt_required(files)
-	if not files:
-		return
-	cwd = os.getcwd()
-	files = [RelativePath(repo.root + '/' + f, cwd) for f in files]
-	files = [f for f in files if os.access(f, 0)]
-	if not files:
-		return
-	try:
-		cmd = subprocess.Popen(["gofmt", "-l"] + files, shell=False, stdin=subprocess.PIPE, stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=subprocess.PIPE, close_fds=sys.platform != "win32")
-		cmd.stdin.close()
-	except:
-		raise hg_util.Abort("gofmt: " + ExceptionDetail())
-	data = cmd.stdout.read()
-	errors = cmd.stderr.read()
-	cmd.wait()
-	set_status("done with gofmt")
-	if len(errors) > 0:
-		ui.warn("gofmt errors:\n" + errors.rstrip() + "\n")
-		return
-	if len(data) > 0:
-		msg = "gofmt needs to format these files (run hg gofmt):\n" + Indent(data, "\t").rstrip()
-		if just_warn:
-			ui.warn("warning: " + msg + "\n")
-		else:
-			raise hg_util.Abort(msg)
-	return
-
-# Check that *.[chys] files indent using tabs.
-def CheckTabfmt(ui, repo, files, just_warn):
-	files = [f for f in files if f.startswith('src/') and re.search(r"\.[chys]$", f) and not re.search(r"\.tab\.[ch]$", f)]
-	if not files:
-		return
-	cwd = os.getcwd()
-	files = [RelativePath(repo.root + '/' + f, cwd) for f in files]
-	files = [f for f in files if os.access(f, 0)]
-	badfiles = []
-	for f in files:
-		try:
-			for line in open(f, 'r'):
-				# Four leading spaces is enough to complain about,
-				# except that some Plan 9 code uses four spaces as the label indent,
-				# so allow that.
-				if line.startswith('    ') and not re.match('    [A-Za-z0-9_]+:', line):
-					badfiles.append(f)
-					break
-		except:
-			# ignore cannot open file, etc.
-			pass
-	if len(badfiles) > 0:
-		msg = "these files use spaces for indentation (use tabs instead):\n\t" + "\n\t".join(badfiles)
-		if just_warn:
-			ui.warn("warning: " + msg + "\n")
-		else:
-			raise hg_util.Abort(msg)
-	return
-
-#######################################################################
-# CONTRIBUTORS file parsing
-
-contributorsCache = None
-contributorsURL = None
-
-def ReadContributors(ui, repo):
-	global contributorsCache
-	if contributorsCache is not None:
-		return contributorsCache
-
-	try:
-		if contributorsURL is not None:
-			opening = contributorsURL
-			f = urllib2.urlopen(contributorsURL)
-		else:
-			opening = repo.root + '/CONTRIBUTORS'
-			f = open(repo.root + '/CONTRIBUTORS', 'r')
-	except:
-		ui.write("warning: cannot open %s: %s\n" % (opening, ExceptionDetail()))
-		return
-
-	contributors = {}
-	for line in f:
-		# CONTRIBUTORS is a list of lines like:
-		#	Person <email>
-		#	Person <email> <alt-email>
-		# The first email address is the one used in commit logs.
-		if line.startswith('#'):
-			continue
-		m = re.match(r"([^<>]+\S)\s+(<[^<>\s]+>)((\s+<[^<>\s]+>)*)\s*$", line)
-		if m:
-			name = m.group(1)
-			email = m.group(2)[1:-1]
-			contributors[email.lower()] = (name, email)
-			for extra in m.group(3).split():
-				contributors[extra[1:-1].lower()] = (name, email)
-
-	contributorsCache = contributors
-	return contributors
-
-def CheckContributor(ui, repo, user=None):
-	set_status("checking CONTRIBUTORS file")
-	user, userline = FindContributor(ui, repo, user, warn=False)
-	if not userline:
-		raise hg_util.Abort("cannot find %s in CONTRIBUTORS" % (user,))
-	return userline
-
-def FindContributor(ui, repo, user=None, warn=True):
-	if not user:
-		user = ui.config("ui", "username")
-		if not user:
-			raise hg_util.Abort("[ui] username is not configured in .hgrc")
-	user = user.lower()
-	m = re.match(r".*<(.*)>", user)
-	if m:
-		user = m.group(1)
-
-	contributors = ReadContributors(ui, repo)
-	if user not in contributors:
-		if warn:
-			ui.warn("warning: cannot find %s in CONTRIBUTORS\n" % (user,))
-		return user, None
-	
-	user, email = contributors[user]
-	return email, "%s <%s>" % (user, email)
-
-#######################################################################
-# Mercurial helper functions.
-# Read http://mercurial.selenic.com/wiki/MercurialApi before writing any of these.
-# We use the ui.pushbuffer/ui.popbuffer + hg_commands.xxx tricks for all interaction
-# with Mercurial.  It has proved the most stable as they make changes.
-
-hgversion = hg_util.version()
-
-# We require Mercurial 1.9 and suggest Mercurial 2.0.
-# The details of the scmutil package changed then,
-# so allowing earlier versions would require extra band-aids below.
-# Ubuntu 11.10 ships with Mercurial 1.9.1 as the default version.
-hg_required = "1.9"
-hg_suggested = "2.0"
-
-old_message = """
-
-The code review extension requires Mercurial """+hg_required+""" or newer.
-You are using Mercurial """+hgversion+""".
-
-To install a new Mercurial, use
-
-	sudo easy_install mercurial=="""+hg_suggested+"""
-
-or visit http://mercurial.selenic.com/downloads/.
-"""
-
-linux_message = """
-You may need to clear your current Mercurial installation by running:
-
-	sudo apt-get remove mercurial mercurial-common
-	sudo rm -rf /etc/mercurial
-"""
-
-if hgversion < hg_required:
-	msg = old_message
-	if os.access("/etc/mercurial", 0):
-		msg += linux_message
-	raise hg_util.Abort(msg)
-
-from mercurial.hg import clean as hg_clean
-from mercurial import cmdutil as hg_cmdutil
-from mercurial import error as hg_error
-from mercurial import match as hg_match
-from mercurial import node as hg_node
-
-class uiwrap(object):
-	def __init__(self, ui):
-		self.ui = ui
-		ui.pushbuffer()
-		self.oldQuiet = ui.quiet
-		ui.quiet = True
-		self.oldVerbose = ui.verbose
-		ui.verbose = False
-	def output(self):
-		ui = self.ui
-		ui.quiet = self.oldQuiet
-		ui.verbose = self.oldVerbose
-		return ui.popbuffer()
-
-def to_slash(path):
-	if sys.platform == "win32":
-		return path.replace('\\', '/')
-	return path
-
-def hg_matchPattern(ui, repo, *pats, **opts):
-	w = uiwrap(ui)
-	hg_commands.status(ui, repo, *pats, **opts)
-	text = w.output()
-	ret = []
-	prefix = to_slash(os.path.realpath(repo.root))+'/'
-	for line in text.split('\n'):
-		f = line.split()
-		if len(f) > 1:
-			if len(pats) > 0:
-				# Given patterns, Mercurial shows relative to cwd
-				p = to_slash(os.path.realpath(f[1]))
-				if not p.startswith(prefix):
-					print >>sys.stderr, "File %s not in repo root %s.\n" % (p, prefix)
-				else:
-					ret.append(p[len(prefix):])
-			else:
-				# Without patterns, Mercurial shows relative to root (what we want)
-				ret.append(to_slash(f[1]))
-	return ret
-
-def hg_heads(ui, repo):
-	w = uiwrap(ui)
-	hg_commands.heads(ui, repo)
-	return w.output()
-
-noise = [
-	"",
-	"resolving manifests",
-	"searching for changes",
-	"couldn't find merge tool hgmerge",
-	"adding changesets",
-	"adding manifests",
-	"adding file changes",
-	"all local heads known remotely",
-]
-
-def isNoise(line):
-	line = str(line)
-	for x in noise:
-		if line == x:
-			return True
-	return False
-
-def hg_incoming(ui, repo):
-	w = uiwrap(ui)
-	ret = hg_commands.incoming(ui, repo, force=False, bundle="")
-	if ret and ret != 1:
-		raise hg_util.Abort(ret)
-	return w.output()
-
-def hg_log(ui, repo, **opts):
-	for k in ['date', 'keyword', 'rev', 'user']:
-		if not opts.has_key(k):
-			opts[k] = ""
-	w = uiwrap(ui)
-	ret = hg_commands.log(ui, repo, **opts)
-	if ret:
-		raise hg_util.Abort(ret)
-	return w.output()
-
-def hg_outgoing(ui, repo, **opts):
-	w = uiwrap(ui)
-	ret = hg_commands.outgoing(ui, repo, **opts)
-	if ret and ret != 1:
-		raise hg_util.Abort(ret)
-	return w.output()
-
-def hg_pull(ui, repo, **opts):
-	w = uiwrap(ui)
-	ui.quiet = False
-	ui.verbose = True  # for file list
-	err = hg_commands.pull(ui, repo, **opts)
-	for line in w.output().split('\n'):
-		if isNoise(line):
-			continue
-		if line.startswith('moving '):
-			line = 'mv ' + line[len('moving '):]
-		if line.startswith('getting ') and line.find(' to ') >= 0:
-			line = 'mv ' + line[len('getting '):]
-		if line.startswith('getting '):
-			line = '+ ' + line[len('getting '):]
-		if line.startswith('removing '):
-			line = '- ' + line[len('removing '):]
-		ui.write(line + '\n')
-	return err
-
-def hg_push(ui, repo, **opts):
-	w = uiwrap(ui)
-	ui.quiet = False
-	ui.verbose = True
-	err = hg_commands.push(ui, repo, **opts)
-	for line in w.output().split('\n'):
-		if not isNoise(line):
-			ui.write(line + '\n')
-	return err
-
-def hg_commit(ui, repo, *pats, **opts):
-	return hg_commands.commit(ui, repo, *pats, **opts)
-
-#######################################################################
-# Mercurial precommit hook to disable commit except through this interface.
-
-commit_okay = False
-
-def precommithook(ui, repo, **opts):
-	if commit_okay:
-		return False  # False means okay.
-	ui.write("\ncodereview extension enabled; use mail, upload, or submit instead of commit\n\n")
-	return True
-
-#######################################################################
-# @clnumber file pattern support
-
-# We replace scmutil.match with the MatchAt wrapper to add the @clnumber pattern.
-
-match_repo = None
-match_ui = None
-match_orig = None
-
-def InstallMatch(ui, repo):
-	global match_repo
-	global match_ui
-	global match_orig
-
-	match_ui = ui
-	match_repo = repo
-
-	from mercurial import scmutil
-	match_orig = scmutil.match
-	scmutil.match = MatchAt
-
-def MatchAt(ctx, pats=None, opts=None, globbed=False, default='relpath'):
-	taken = []
-	files = []
-	pats = pats or []
-	opts = opts or {}
-	
-	for p in pats:
-		if p.startswith('@'):
-			taken.append(p)
-			clname = p[1:]
-			if clname == "default":
-				files = DefaultFiles(match_ui, match_repo, [])
-			else:
-				if not GoodCLName(clname):
-					raise hg_util.Abort("invalid CL name " + clname)
-				cl, err = LoadCL(match_repo.ui, match_repo, clname, web=False)
-				if err != '':
-					raise hg_util.Abort("loading CL " + clname + ": " + err)
-				if not cl.files:
-					raise hg_util.Abort("no files in CL " + clname)
-				files = Add(files, cl.files)
-	pats = Sub(pats, taken) + ['path:'+f for f in files]
-
-	# work-around for http://selenic.com/hg/rev/785bbc8634f8
-	if not hasattr(ctx, 'match'):
-		ctx = ctx[None]
-	return match_orig(ctx, pats=pats, opts=opts, globbed=globbed, default=default)
-
-#######################################################################
-# Commands added by code review extension.
-
-# As of Mercurial 2.1 the commands are all required to return integer
-# exit codes, whereas earlier versions allowed returning arbitrary strings
-# to be printed as errors.  We wrap the old functions to make sure we
-# always return integer exit codes now.  Otherwise Mercurial dies
-# with a TypeError traceback (unsupported operand type(s) for &: 'str' and 'int').
-# Introduce a Python decorator to convert old functions to the new
-# stricter convention.
-
-def hgcommand(f):
-	def wrapped(ui, repo, *pats, **opts):
-		err = f(ui, repo, *pats, **opts)
-		if type(err) is int:
-			return err
-		if not err:
-			return 0
-		raise hg_util.Abort(err)
-	wrapped.__doc__ = f.__doc__
-	return wrapped
-
-#######################################################################
-# hg change
-
-@hgcommand
-def change(ui, repo, *pats, **opts):
-	"""create, edit or delete a change list
-
-	Create, edit or delete a change list.
-	A change list is a group of files to be reviewed and submitted together,
-	plus a textual description of the change.
-	Change lists are referred to by simple alphanumeric names.
-
-	Changes must be reviewed before they can be submitted.
-
-	In the absence of options, the change command opens the
-	change list for editing in the default editor.
-
-	Deleting a change with the -d or -D flag does not affect
-	the contents of the files listed in that change.  To revert
-	the files listed in a change, use
-
-		hg revert @123456
-
-	before running hg change -d 123456.
-	"""
-
-	if codereview_disabled:
-		return codereview_disabled
-	
-	dirty = {}
-	if len(pats) > 0 and GoodCLName(pats[0]):
-		name = pats[0]
-		if len(pats) != 1:
-			return "cannot specify CL name and file patterns"
-		pats = pats[1:]
-		cl, err = LoadCL(ui, repo, name, web=True)
-		if err != '':
-			return err
-		if not cl.local and (opts["stdin"] or not opts["stdout"]):
-			return "cannot change non-local CL " + name
-	else:
-		name = "new"
-		cl = CL("new")
-		if repo[None].branch() != "default":
-			return "cannot create CL outside default branch; switch with 'hg update default'"
-		dirty[cl] = True
-		files = ChangedFiles(ui, repo, pats, taken=Taken(ui, repo))
-
-	if opts["delete"] or opts["deletelocal"]:
-		if opts["delete"] and opts["deletelocal"]:
-			return "cannot use -d and -D together"
-		flag = "-d"
-		if opts["deletelocal"]:
-			flag = "-D"
-		if name == "new":
-			return "cannot use "+flag+" with file patterns"
-		if opts["stdin"] or opts["stdout"]:
-			return "cannot use "+flag+" with -i or -o"
-		if not cl.local:
-			return "cannot change non-local CL " + name
-		if opts["delete"]:
-			if cl.copied_from:
-				return "original author must delete CL; hg change -D will remove locally"
-			PostMessage(ui, cl.name, "*** Abandoned ***", send_mail=cl.mailed)
-			EditDesc(cl.name, closed=True, private=cl.private)
-		cl.Delete(ui, repo)
-		return
-
-	if opts["stdin"]:
-		s = sys.stdin.read()
-		clx, line, err = ParseCL(s, name)
-		if err != '':
-			return "error parsing change list: line %d: %s" % (line, err)
-		if clx.desc is not None:
-			cl.desc = clx.desc;
-			dirty[cl] = True
-		if clx.reviewer is not None:
-			cl.reviewer = clx.reviewer
-			dirty[cl] = True
-		if clx.cc is not None:
-			cl.cc = clx.cc
-			dirty[cl] = True
-		if clx.files is not None:
-			cl.files = clx.files
-			dirty[cl] = True
-		if clx.private != cl.private:
-			cl.private = clx.private
-			dirty[cl] = True
-
-	if not opts["stdin"] and not opts["stdout"]:
-		if name == "new":
-			cl.files = files
-		err = EditCL(ui, repo, cl)
-		if err != "":
-			return err
-		dirty[cl] = True
-
-	for d, _ in dirty.items():
-		name = d.name
-		d.Flush(ui, repo)
-		if name == "new":
-			d.Upload(ui, repo, quiet=True)
-
-	if opts["stdout"]:
-		ui.write(cl.EditorText())
-	elif opts["pending"]:
-		ui.write(cl.PendingText())
-	elif name == "new":
-		if ui.quiet:
-			ui.write(cl.name)
-		else:
-			ui.write("CL created: " + cl.url + "\n")
-	return
-
-#######################################################################
-# hg code-login (broken?)
-
-@hgcommand
-def code_login(ui, repo, **opts):
-	"""log in to code review server
-
-	Logs in to the code review server, saving a cookie in
-	a file in your home directory.
-	"""
-	if codereview_disabled:
-		return codereview_disabled
-
-	MySend(None)
-
-#######################################################################
-# hg clpatch / undo / release-apply / download
-# All concerned with applying or unapplying patches to the repository.
-
-@hgcommand
-def clpatch(ui, repo, clname, **opts):
-	"""import a patch from the code review server
-
-	Imports a patch from the code review server into the local client.
-	If the local client has already modified any of the files that the
-	patch modifies, this command will refuse to apply the patch.
-
-	Submitting an imported patch will keep the original author's
-	name as the Author: line but add your own name to a Committer: line.
-	"""
-	if repo[None].branch() != "default":
-		return "cannot run hg clpatch outside default branch"
-	return clpatch_or_undo(ui, repo, clname, opts, mode="clpatch")
-
-@hgcommand
-def undo(ui, repo, clname, **opts):
-	"""undo the effect of a CL
-	
-	Creates a new CL that undoes an earlier CL.
-	After creating the CL, opens the CL text for editing so that
-	you can add the reason for the undo to the description.
-	"""
-	if repo[None].branch() != "default":
-		return "cannot run hg undo outside default branch"
-	return clpatch_or_undo(ui, repo, clname, opts, mode="undo")
-
-@hgcommand
-def release_apply(ui, repo, clname, **opts):
-	"""apply a CL to the release branch
-
-	Creates a new CL copying a previously committed change
-	from the main branch to the release branch.
-	The current client must either be clean or already be in
-	the release branch.
-	
-	The release branch must be created by starting with a
-	clean client, disabling the code review plugin, and running:
-	
-		hg update weekly.YYYY-MM-DD
-		hg branch release-branch.rNN
-		hg commit -m 'create release-branch.rNN'
-		hg push --new-branch
-	
-	Then re-enable the code review plugin.
-	
-	People can test the release branch by running
-	
-		hg update release-branch.rNN
-	
-	in a clean client.  To return to the normal tree,
-	
-		hg update default
-	
-	Move changes since the weekly into the release branch 
-	using hg release-apply followed by the usual code review
-	process and hg submit.
-
-	When it comes time to tag the release, record the
-	final long-form tag of the release-branch.rNN
-	in the *default* branch's .hgtags file.  That is, run
-	
-		hg update default
-	
-	and then edit .hgtags as you would for a weekly.
-		
-	"""
-	c = repo[None]
-	if not releaseBranch:
-		return "no active release branches"
-	if c.branch() != releaseBranch:
-		if c.modified() or c.added() or c.removed():
-			raise hg_util.Abort("uncommitted local changes - cannot switch branches")
-		err = hg_clean(repo, releaseBranch)
-		if err:
-			return err
-	try:
-		err = clpatch_or_undo(ui, repo, clname, opts, mode="backport")
-		if err:
-			raise hg_util.Abort(err)
-	except Exception, e:
-		hg_clean(repo, "default")
-		raise e
-	return None
-
-def rev2clname(rev):
-	# Extract CL name from revision description.
-	# The last line in the description that is a codereview URL is the real one.
-	# Earlier lines might be part of the user-written description.
-	all = re.findall('(?m)^http://codereview.appspot.com/([0-9]+)$', rev.description())
-	if len(all) > 0:
-		return all[-1]
-	return ""
-
-undoHeader = """undo CL %s / %s
-
-<enter reason for undo>
-
-««« original CL description
-"""
-
-undoFooter = """
-»»»
-"""
-
-backportHeader = """[%s] %s
-
-««« CL %s / %s
-"""
-
-backportFooter = """
-»»»
-"""
-
-# Implementation of clpatch/undo.
-def clpatch_or_undo(ui, repo, clname, opts, mode):
-	if codereview_disabled:
-		return codereview_disabled
-
-	if mode == "undo" or mode == "backport":
-		# Find revision in Mercurial repository.
-		# Assume CL number is 7+ decimal digits.
-		# Otherwise is either change log sequence number (fewer decimal digits),
-		# hexadecimal hash, or tag name.
-		# Mercurial will fall over long before the change log
-		# sequence numbers get to be 7 digits long.
-		if re.match('^[0-9]{7,}$', clname):
-			found = False
-			for r in hg_log(ui, repo, keyword="codereview.appspot.com/"+clname, limit=100, template="{node}\n").split():
-				rev = repo[r]
-				# Last line with a code review URL is the actual review URL.
-				# Earlier ones might be part of the CL description.
-				n = rev2clname(rev)
-				if n == clname:
-					found = True
-					break
-			if not found:
-				return "cannot find CL %s in local repository" % clname
-		else:
-			rev = repo[clname]
-			if not rev:
-				return "unknown revision %s" % clname
-			clname = rev2clname(rev)
-			if clname == "":
-				return "cannot find CL name in revision description"
-		
-		# Create fresh CL and start with patch that would reverse the change.
-		vers = hg_node.short(rev.node())
-		cl = CL("new")
-		desc = str(rev.description())
-		if mode == "undo":
-			cl.desc = (undoHeader % (clname, vers)) + desc + undoFooter
-		else:
-			cl.desc = (backportHeader % (releaseBranch, line1(desc), clname, vers)) + desc + undoFooter
-		v1 = vers
-		v0 = hg_node.short(rev.parents()[0].node())
-		if mode == "undo":
-			arg = v1 + ":" + v0
-		else:
-			vers = v0
-			arg = v0 + ":" + v1
-		patch = RunShell(["hg", "diff", "--git", "-r", arg])
-
-	else:  # clpatch
-		cl, vers, patch, err = DownloadCL(ui, repo, clname)
-		if err != "":
-			return err
-		if patch == emptydiff:
-			return "codereview issue %s has no diff" % clname
-
-	# find current hg version (hg identify)
-	ctx = repo[None]
-	parents = ctx.parents()
-	id = '+'.join([hg_node.short(p.node()) for p in parents])
-
-	# if version does not match the patch version,
-	# try to update the patch line numbers.
-	if vers != "" and id != vers:
-		# "vers in repo" gives the wrong answer
-		# on some versions of Mercurial.  Instead, do the actual
-		# lookup and catch the exception.
-		try:
-			repo[vers].description()
-		except:
-			return "local repository is out of date; sync to get %s" % (vers)
-		patch1, err = portPatch(repo, patch, vers, id)
-		if err != "":
-			if not opts["ignore_hgpatch_failure"]:
-				return "codereview issue %s is out of date: %s (%s->%s)" % (clname, err, vers, id)
-		else:
-			patch = patch1
-	argv = ["hgpatch"]
-	if opts["no_incoming"] or mode == "backport":
-		argv += ["--checksync=false"]
-	try:
-		cmd = subprocess.Popen(argv, shell=False, stdin=subprocess.PIPE, stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=None, close_fds=sys.platform != "win32")
-	except:
-		return "hgpatch: " + ExceptionDetail() + "\nInstall hgpatch with:\n$ go get code.google.com/p/go.codereview/cmd/hgpatch\n"
-
-	out, err = cmd.communicate(patch)
-	if cmd.returncode != 0 and not opts["ignore_hgpatch_failure"]:
-		return "hgpatch failed"
-	cl.local = True
-	cl.files = out.strip().split()
-	if not cl.files and not opts["ignore_hgpatch_failure"]:
-		return "codereview issue %s has no changed files" % clname
-	files = ChangedFiles(ui, repo, [])
-	extra = Sub(cl.files, files)
-	if extra:
-		ui.warn("warning: these files were listed in the patch but not changed:\n\t" + "\n\t".join(extra) + "\n")
-	cl.Flush(ui, repo)
-	if mode == "undo":
-		err = EditCL(ui, repo, cl)
-		if err != "":
-			return "CL created, but error editing: " + err
-		cl.Flush(ui, repo)
-	else:
-		ui.write(cl.PendingText() + "\n")
-
-# portPatch rewrites patch from being a patch against
-# oldver to being a patch against newver.
-def portPatch(repo, patch, oldver, newver):
-	lines = patch.splitlines(True) # True = keep \n
-	delta = None
-	for i in range(len(lines)):
-		line = lines[i]
-		if line.startswith('--- a/'):
-			file = line[6:-1]
-			delta = fileDeltas(repo, file, oldver, newver)
-		if not delta or not line.startswith('@@ '):
-			continue
-		# @@ -x,y +z,w @@ means the patch chunk replaces
-		# the original file's line numbers x up to x+y with the
-		# line numbers z up to z+w in the new file.
-		# Find the delta from x in the original to the same
-		# line in the current version and add that delta to both
-		# x and z.
-		m = re.match('@@ -([0-9]+),([0-9]+) \+([0-9]+),([0-9]+) @@', line)
-		if not m:
-			return None, "error parsing patch line numbers"
-		n1, len1, n2, len2 = int(m.group(1)), int(m.group(2)), int(m.group(3)), int(m.group(4))
-		d, err = lineDelta(delta, n1, len1)
-		if err != "":
-			return "", err
-		n1 += d
-		n2 += d
-		lines[i] = "@@ -%d,%d +%d,%d @@\n" % (n1, len1, n2, len2)
-		
-	newpatch = ''.join(lines)
-	return newpatch, ""
-
-# fileDelta returns the line number deltas for the given file's
-# changes from oldver to newver.
-# The deltas are a list of (n, len, newdelta) triples that say
-# lines [n, n+len) were modified, and after that range the
-# line numbers are +newdelta from what they were before.
-def fileDeltas(repo, file, oldver, newver):
-	cmd = ["hg", "diff", "--git", "-r", oldver + ":" + newver, "path:" + file]
-	data = RunShell(cmd, silent_ok=True)
-	deltas = []
-	for line in data.splitlines():
-		m = re.match('@@ -([0-9]+),([0-9]+) \+([0-9]+),([0-9]+) @@', line)
-		if not m:
-			continue
-		n1, len1, n2, len2 = int(m.group(1)), int(m.group(2)), int(m.group(3)), int(m.group(4))
-		deltas.append((n1, len1, n2+len2-(n1+len1)))
-	return deltas
-
-# lineDelta finds the appropriate line number delta to apply to the lines [n, n+len).
-# It returns an error if those lines were rewritten by the patch.
-def lineDelta(deltas, n, len):
-	d = 0
-	for (old, oldlen, newdelta) in deltas:
-		if old >= n+len:
-			break
-		if old+len > n:
-			return 0, "patch and recent changes conflict"
-		d = newdelta
-	return d, ""
-
-@hgcommand
-def download(ui, repo, clname, **opts):
-	"""download a change from the code review server
-
-	Download prints a description of the given change list
-	followed by its diff, downloaded from the code review server.
-	"""
-	if codereview_disabled:
-		return codereview_disabled
-
-	cl, vers, patch, err = DownloadCL(ui, repo, clname)
-	if err != "":
-		return err
-	ui.write(cl.EditorText() + "\n")
-	ui.write(patch + "\n")
-	return
-
-#######################################################################
-# hg file
-
-@hgcommand
-def file(ui, repo, clname, pat, *pats, **opts):
-	"""assign files to or remove files from a change list
-
-	Assign files to or (with -d) remove files from a change list.
-
-	The -d option only removes files from the change list.
-	It does not edit them or remove them from the repository.
-	"""
-	if codereview_disabled:
-		return codereview_disabled
-
-	pats = tuple([pat] + list(pats))
-	if not GoodCLName(clname):
-		return "invalid CL name " + clname
-
-	dirty = {}
-	cl, err = LoadCL(ui, repo, clname, web=False)
-	if err != '':
-		return err
-	if not cl.local:
-		return "cannot change non-local CL " + clname
-
-	files = ChangedFiles(ui, repo, pats)
-
-	if opts["delete"]:
-		oldfiles = Intersect(files, cl.files)
-		if oldfiles:
-			if not ui.quiet:
-				ui.status("# Removing files from CL.  To undo:\n")
-				ui.status("#	cd %s\n" % (repo.root))
-				for f in oldfiles:
-					ui.status("#	hg file %s %s\n" % (cl.name, f))
-			cl.files = Sub(cl.files, oldfiles)
-			cl.Flush(ui, repo)
-		else:
-			ui.status("no such files in CL")
-		return
-
-	if not files:
-		return "no such modified files"
-
-	files = Sub(files, cl.files)
-	taken = Taken(ui, repo)
-	warned = False
-	for f in files:
-		if f in taken:
-			if not warned and not ui.quiet:
-				ui.status("# Taking files from other CLs.  To undo:\n")
-				ui.status("#	cd %s\n" % (repo.root))
-				warned = True
-			ocl = taken[f]
-			if not ui.quiet:
-				ui.status("#	hg file %s %s\n" % (ocl.name, f))
-			if ocl not in dirty:
-				ocl.files = Sub(ocl.files, files)
-				dirty[ocl] = True
-	cl.files = Add(cl.files, files)
-	dirty[cl] = True
-	for d, _ in dirty.items():
-		d.Flush(ui, repo)
-	return
-
-#######################################################################
-# hg gofmt
-
-@hgcommand
-def gofmt(ui, repo, *pats, **opts):
-	"""apply gofmt to modified files
-
-	Applies gofmt to the modified files in the repository that match
-	the given patterns.
-	"""
-	if codereview_disabled:
-		return codereview_disabled
-
-	files = ChangedExistingFiles(ui, repo, pats, opts)
-	files = gofmt_required(files)
-	if not files:
-		return "no modified go files"
-	cwd = os.getcwd()
-	files = [RelativePath(repo.root + '/' + f, cwd) for f in files]
-	try:
-		cmd = ["gofmt", "-l"]
-		if not opts["list"]:
-			cmd += ["-w"]
-		if os.spawnvp(os.P_WAIT, "gofmt", cmd + files) != 0:
-			raise hg_util.Abort("gofmt did not exit cleanly")
-	except hg_error.Abort, e:
-		raise
-	except:
-		raise hg_util.Abort("gofmt: " + ExceptionDetail())
-	return
-
-def gofmt_required(files):
-	return [f for f in files if (not f.startswith('test/') or f.startswith('test/bench/')) and f.endswith('.go')]
-
-#######################################################################
-# hg mail
-
-@hgcommand
-def mail(ui, repo, *pats, **opts):
-	"""mail a change for review
-
-	Uploads a patch to the code review server and then sends mail
-	to the reviewer and CC list asking for a review.
-	"""
-	if codereview_disabled:
-		return codereview_disabled
-
-	cl, err = CommandLineCL(ui, repo, pats, opts, defaultcc=defaultcc)
-	if err != "":
-		return err
-	cl.Upload(ui, repo, gofmt_just_warn=True)
-	if not cl.reviewer:
-		# If no reviewer is listed, assign the review to defaultcc.
-		# This makes sure that it appears in the 
-		# codereview.appspot.com/user/defaultcc
-		# page, so that it doesn't get dropped on the floor.
-		if not defaultcc:
-			return "no reviewers listed in CL"
-		cl.cc = Sub(cl.cc, defaultcc)
-		cl.reviewer = defaultcc
-		cl.Flush(ui, repo)
-
-	if cl.files == []:
-		return "no changed files, not sending mail"
-
-	cl.Mail(ui, repo)		
-
-#######################################################################
-# hg p / hg pq / hg ps / hg pending
-
-@hgcommand
-def ps(ui, repo, *pats, **opts):
-	"""alias for hg p --short
-	"""
-	opts['short'] = True
-	return pending(ui, repo, *pats, **opts)
-
-@hgcommand
-def pq(ui, repo, *pats, **opts):
-	"""alias for hg p --quick
-	"""
-	opts['quick'] = True
-	return pending(ui, repo, *pats, **opts)
-
-@hgcommand
-def pending(ui, repo, *pats, **opts):
-	"""show pending changes
-
-	Lists pending changes followed by a list of unassigned but modified files.
-	"""
-	if codereview_disabled:
-		return codereview_disabled
-
-	quick = opts.get('quick', False)
-	short = opts.get('short', False)
-	m = LoadAllCL(ui, repo, web=not quick and not short)
-	names = m.keys()
-	names.sort()
-	for name in names:
-		cl = m[name]
-		if short:
-			ui.write(name + "\t" + line1(cl.desc) + "\n")
-		else:
-			ui.write(cl.PendingText(quick=quick) + "\n")
-
-	if short:
-		return
-	files = DefaultFiles(ui, repo, [])
-	if len(files) > 0:
-		s = "Changed files not in any CL:\n"
-		for f in files:
-			s += "\t" + f + "\n"
-		ui.write(s)
-
-#######################################################################
-# hg submit
-
-def need_sync():
-	raise hg_util.Abort("local repository out of date; must sync before submit")
-
-@hgcommand
-def submit(ui, repo, *pats, **opts):
-	"""submit change to remote repository
-
-	Submits change to remote repository.
-	Bails out if the local repository is not in sync with the remote one.
-	"""
-	if codereview_disabled:
-		return codereview_disabled
-
-	# We already called this on startup but sometimes Mercurial forgets.
-	set_mercurial_encoding_to_utf8()
-
-	if not opts["no_incoming"] and hg_incoming(ui, repo):
-		need_sync()
-
-	cl, err = CommandLineCL(ui, repo, pats, opts, defaultcc=defaultcc)
-	if err != "":
-		return err
-
-	user = None
-	if cl.copied_from:
-		user = cl.copied_from
-	userline = CheckContributor(ui, repo, user)
-	typecheck(userline, str)
-
-	about = ""
-	if cl.reviewer:
-		about += "R=" + JoinComma([CutDomain(s) for s in cl.reviewer]) + "\n"
-	if opts.get('tbr'):
-		tbr = SplitCommaSpace(opts.get('tbr'))
-		cl.reviewer = Add(cl.reviewer, tbr)
-		about += "TBR=" + JoinComma([CutDomain(s) for s in tbr]) + "\n"
-	if cl.cc:
-		about += "CC=" + JoinComma([CutDomain(s) for s in cl.cc]) + "\n"
-
-	if not cl.reviewer:
-		return "no reviewers listed in CL"
-
-	if not cl.local:
-		return "cannot submit non-local CL"
-
-	# upload, to sync current patch and also get change number if CL is new.
-	if not cl.copied_from:
-		cl.Upload(ui, repo, gofmt_just_warn=True)
-
-	# check gofmt for real; allowed upload to warn in order to save CL.
-	cl.Flush(ui, repo)
-	CheckFormat(ui, repo, cl.files)
-
-	about += "%s%s\n" % (server_url_base, cl.name)
-
-	if cl.copied_from:
-		about += "\nCommitter: " + CheckContributor(ui, repo, None) + "\n"
-	typecheck(about, str)
-
-	if not cl.mailed and not cl.copied_from:		# in case this is TBR
-		cl.Mail(ui, repo)
-
-	# submit changes locally
-	message = cl.desc.rstrip() + "\n\n" + about
-	typecheck(message, str)
-
-	set_status("pushing " + cl.name + " to remote server")
-
-	if hg_outgoing(ui, repo):
-		raise hg_util.Abort("local repository corrupt or out-of-phase with remote: found outgoing changes")
-	
-	old_heads = len(hg_heads(ui, repo).split())
-
-	global commit_okay
-	commit_okay = True
-	ret = hg_commit(ui, repo, *['path:'+f for f in cl.files], message=message, user=userline)
-	commit_okay = False
-	if ret:
-		return "nothing changed"
-	node = repo["-1"].node()
-	# push to remote; if it fails for any reason, roll back
-	try:
-		new_heads = len(hg_heads(ui, repo).split())
-		if old_heads != new_heads and not (old_heads == 0 and new_heads == 1):
-			# Created new head, so we weren't up to date.
-			need_sync()
-
-		# Push changes to remote.  If it works, we're committed.  If not, roll back.
-		try:
-			hg_push(ui, repo)
-		except hg_error.Abort, e:
-			if e.message.find("push creates new heads") >= 0:
-				# Remote repository had changes we missed.
-				need_sync()
-			raise
-	except:
-		real_rollback()
-		raise
-
-	# We're committed. Upload final patch, close review, add commit message.
-	changeURL = hg_node.short(node)
-	url = ui.expandpath("default")
-	m = re.match("(^https?://([^@/]+@)?([^.]+)\.googlecode\.com/hg/?)" + "|" +
-		"(^https?://([^@/]+@)?code\.google\.com/p/([^/.]+)(\.[^./]+)?/?)", url)
-	if m:
-		if m.group(1): # prj.googlecode.com/hg/ case
-			changeURL = "http://code.google.com/p/%s/source/detail?r=%s" % (m.group(3), changeURL)
-		elif m.group(4) and m.group(7): # code.google.com/p/prj.subrepo/ case
-			changeURL = "http://code.google.com/p/%s/source/detail?r=%s&repo=%s" % (m.group(6), changeURL, m.group(7)[1:])
-		elif m.group(4): # code.google.com/p/prj/ case
-			changeURL = "http://code.google.com/p/%s/source/detail?r=%s" % (m.group(6), changeURL)
-		else:
-			print >>sys.stderr, "URL: ", url
-	else:
-		print >>sys.stderr, "URL: ", url
-	pmsg = "*** Submitted as " + changeURL + " ***\n\n" + message
-
-	# When posting, move reviewers to CC line,
-	# so that the issue stops showing up in their "My Issues" page.
-	PostMessage(ui, cl.name, pmsg, reviewers="", cc=JoinComma(cl.reviewer+cl.cc))
-
-	if not cl.copied_from:
-		EditDesc(cl.name, closed=True, private=cl.private)
-	cl.Delete(ui, repo)
-
-	c = repo[None]
-	if c.branch() == releaseBranch and not c.modified() and not c.added() and not c.removed():
-		ui.write("switching from %s to default branch.\n" % releaseBranch)
-		err = hg_clean(repo, "default")
-		if err:
-			return err
-	return None
-
-#######################################################################
-# hg sync
-
-@hgcommand
-def sync(ui, repo, **opts):
-	"""synchronize with remote repository
-
-	Incorporates recent changes from the remote repository
-	into the local repository.
-	"""
-	if codereview_disabled:
-		return codereview_disabled
-
-	if not opts["local"]:
-		err = hg_pull(ui, repo, update=True)
-		if err:
-			return err
-	sync_changes(ui, repo)
-
-def sync_changes(ui, repo):
-	# Look through recent change log descriptions to find
-	# potential references to http://.*/our-CL-number.
-	# Double-check them by looking at the Rietveld log.
-	for rev in hg_log(ui, repo, limit=100, template="{node}\n").split():
-		desc = repo[rev].description().strip()
-		for clname in re.findall('(?m)^http://(?:[^\n]+)/([0-9]+)$', desc):
-			if IsLocalCL(ui, repo, clname) and IsRietveldSubmitted(ui, clname, repo[rev].hex()):
-				ui.warn("CL %s submitted as %s; closing\n" % (clname, repo[rev]))
-				cl, err = LoadCL(ui, repo, clname, web=False)
-				if err != "":
-					ui.warn("loading CL %s: %s\n" % (clname, err))
-					continue
-				if not cl.copied_from:
-					EditDesc(cl.name, closed=True, private=cl.private)
-				cl.Delete(ui, repo)
-
-	# Remove files that are not modified from the CLs in which they appear.
-	all = LoadAllCL(ui, repo, web=False)
-	changed = ChangedFiles(ui, repo, [])
-	for cl in all.values():
-		extra = Sub(cl.files, changed)
-		if extra:
-			ui.warn("Removing unmodified files from CL %s:\n" % (cl.name,))
-			for f in extra:
-				ui.warn("\t%s\n" % (f,))
-			cl.files = Sub(cl.files, extra)
-			cl.Flush(ui, repo)
-		if not cl.files:
-			if not cl.copied_from:
-				ui.warn("CL %s has no files; delete (abandon) with hg change -d %s\n" % (cl.name, cl.name))
-			else:
-				ui.warn("CL %s has no files; delete locally with hg change -D %s\n" % (cl.name, cl.name))
-	return
-
-#######################################################################
-# hg upload
-
-@hgcommand
-def upload(ui, repo, name, **opts):
-	"""upload diffs to the code review server
-
-	Uploads the current modifications for a given change to the server.
-	"""
-	if codereview_disabled:
-		return codereview_disabled
-
-	repo.ui.quiet = True
-	cl, err = LoadCL(ui, repo, name, web=True)
-	if err != "":
-		return err
-	if not cl.local:
-		return "cannot upload non-local change"
-	cl.Upload(ui, repo)
-	print "%s%s\n" % (server_url_base, cl.name)
-	return
-
-#######################################################################
-# Table of commands, supplied to Mercurial for installation.
-
-review_opts = [
-	('r', 'reviewer', '', 'add reviewer'),
-	('', 'cc', '', 'add cc'),
-	('', 'tbr', '', 'add future reviewer'),
-	('m', 'message', '', 'change description (for new change)'),
-]
-
-cmdtable = {
-	# The ^ means to show this command in the help text that
-	# is printed when running hg with no arguments.
-	"^change": (
-		change,
-		[
-			('d', 'delete', None, 'delete existing change list'),
-			('D', 'deletelocal', None, 'delete locally, but do not change CL on server'),
-			('i', 'stdin', None, 'read change list from standard input'),
-			('o', 'stdout', None, 'print change list to standard output'),
-			('p', 'pending', None, 'print pending summary to standard output'),
-		],
-		"[-d | -D] [-i] [-o] change# or FILE ..."
-	),
-	"^clpatch": (
-		clpatch,
-		[
-			('', 'ignore_hgpatch_failure', None, 'create CL metadata even if hgpatch fails'),
-			('', 'no_incoming', None, 'disable check for incoming changes'),
-		],
-		"change#"
-	),
-	# Would prefer to call this codereview-login, but then
-	# hg help codereview prints the help for this command
-	# instead of the help for the extension.
-	"code-login": (
-		code_login,
-		[],
-		"",
-	),
-	"^download": (
-		download,
-		[],
-		"change#"
-	),
-	"^file": (
-		file,
-		[
-			('d', 'delete', None, 'delete files from change list (but not repository)'),
-		],
-		"[-d] change# FILE ..."
-	),
-	"^gofmt": (
-		gofmt,
-		[
-			('l', 'list', None, 'list files that would change, but do not edit them'),
-		],
-		"FILE ..."
-	),
-	"^pending|p": (
-		pending,
-		[
-			('s', 'short', False, 'show short result form'),
-			('', 'quick', False, 'do not consult codereview server'),
-		],
-		"[FILE ...]"
-	),
-	"^ps": (
-		ps,
-		[],
-		"[FILE ...]"
-	),
-	"^pq": (
-		pq,
-		[],
-		"[FILE ...]"
-	),
-	"^mail": (
-		mail,
-		review_opts + [
-		] + hg_commands.walkopts,
-		"[-r reviewer] [--cc cc] [change# | file ...]"
-	),
-	"^release-apply": (
-		release_apply,
-		[
-			('', 'ignore_hgpatch_failure', None, 'create CL metadata even if hgpatch fails'),
-			('', 'no_incoming', None, 'disable check for incoming changes'),
-		],
-		"change#"
-	),
-	# TODO: release-start, release-tag, weekly-tag
-	"^submit": (
-		submit,
-		review_opts + [
-			('', 'no_incoming', None, 'disable initial incoming check (for testing)'),
-		] + hg_commands.walkopts + hg_commands.commitopts + hg_commands.commitopts2,
-		"[-r reviewer] [--cc cc] [change# | file ...]"
-	),
-	"^sync": (
-		sync,
-		[
-			('', 'local', None, 'do not pull changes from remote repository')
-		],
-		"[--local]",
-	),
-	"^undo": (
-		undo,
-		[
-			('', 'ignore_hgpatch_failure', None, 'create CL metadata even if hgpatch fails'),
-			('', 'no_incoming', None, 'disable check for incoming changes'),
-		],
-		"change#"
-	),
-	"^upload": (
-		upload,
-		[],
-		"change#"
-	),
-}
-
-#######################################################################
-# Mercurial extension initialization
-
-def norollback(*pats, **opts):
-	"""(disabled when using this extension)"""
-	raise hg_util.Abort("codereview extension enabled; use undo instead of rollback")
-
-codereview_init = False
-
-def reposetup(ui, repo):
-	global codereview_disabled
-	global defaultcc
-	
-	# reposetup gets called both for the local repository
-	# and also for any repository we are pulling or pushing to.
-	# Only initialize the first time.
-	global codereview_init
-	if codereview_init:
-		return
-	codereview_init = True
-
-	# Read repository-specific options from lib/codereview/codereview.cfg or codereview.cfg.
-	root = ''
-	try:
-		root = repo.root
-	except:
-		# Yes, repo might not have root; see issue 959.
-		codereview_disabled = 'codereview disabled: repository has no root'
-		return
-	
-	repo_config_path = ''
-	p1 = root + '/lib/codereview/codereview.cfg'
-	p2 = root + '/codereview.cfg'
-	if os.access(p1, os.F_OK):
-		repo_config_path = p1
-	else:
-		repo_config_path = p2
-	try:
-		f = open(repo_config_path)
-		for line in f:
-			if line.startswith('defaultcc:'):
-				defaultcc = SplitCommaSpace(line[len('defaultcc:'):])
-			if line.startswith('contributors:'):
-				global contributorsURL
-				contributorsURL = line[len('contributors:'):].strip()
-	except:
-		codereview_disabled = 'codereview disabled: cannot open ' + repo_config_path
-		return
-
-	remote = ui.config("paths", "default", "")
-	if remote.find("://") < 0:
-		raise hg_util.Abort("codereview: default path '%s' is not a URL" % (remote,))
-
-	InstallMatch(ui, repo)
-	RietveldSetup(ui, repo)
-
-	# Disable the Mercurial commands that might change the repository.
-	# Only commands in this extension are supposed to do that.
-	ui.setconfig("hooks", "precommit.codereview", precommithook)
-
-	# Rollback removes an existing commit.  Don't do that either.
-	global real_rollback
-	real_rollback = repo.rollback
-	repo.rollback = norollback
-	
-
-#######################################################################
-# Wrappers around upload.py for interacting with Rietveld
-
-from HTMLParser import HTMLParser
-
-# HTML form parser
-class FormParser(HTMLParser):
-	def __init__(self):
-		self.map = {}
-		self.curtag = None
-		self.curdata = None
-		HTMLParser.__init__(self)
-	def handle_starttag(self, tag, attrs):
-		if tag == "input":
-			key = None
-			value = ''
-			for a in attrs:
-				if a[0] == 'name':
-					key = a[1]
-				if a[0] == 'value':
-					value = a[1]
-			if key is not None:
-				self.map[key] = value
-		if tag == "textarea":
-			key = None
-			for a in attrs:
-				if a[0] == 'name':
-					key = a[1]
-			if key is not None:
-				self.curtag = key
-				self.curdata = ''
-	def handle_endtag(self, tag):
-		if tag == "textarea" and self.curtag is not None:
-			self.map[self.curtag] = self.curdata
-			self.curtag = None
-			self.curdata = None
-	def handle_charref(self, name):
-		self.handle_data(unichr(int(name)))
-	def handle_entityref(self, name):
-		import htmlentitydefs
-		if name in htmlentitydefs.entitydefs:
-			self.handle_data(htmlentitydefs.entitydefs[name])
-		else:
-			self.handle_data("&" + name + ";")
-	def handle_data(self, data):
-		if self.curdata is not None:
-			self.curdata += data
-
-def JSONGet(ui, path):
-	try:
-		data = MySend(path, force_auth=False)
-		typecheck(data, str)
-		d = fix_json(json.loads(data))
-	except:
-		ui.warn("JSONGet %s: %s\n" % (path, ExceptionDetail()))
-		return None
-	return d
-
-# Clean up json parser output to match our expectations:
-#   * all strings are UTF-8-encoded str, not unicode.
-#   * missing fields are missing, not None,
-#     so that d.get("foo", defaultvalue) works.
-def fix_json(x):
-	if type(x) in [str, int, float, bool, type(None)]:
-		pass
-	elif type(x) is unicode:
-		x = x.encode("utf-8")
-	elif type(x) is list:
-		for i in range(len(x)):
-			x[i] = fix_json(x[i])
-	elif type(x) is dict:
-		todel = []
-		for k in x:
-			if x[k] is None:
-				todel.append(k)
-			else:
-				x[k] = fix_json(x[k])
-		for k in todel:
-			del x[k]
-	else:
-		raise hg_util.Abort("unknown type " + str(type(x)) + " in fix_json")
-	if type(x) is str:
-		x = x.replace('\r\n', '\n')
-	return x
-
-def IsRietveldSubmitted(ui, clname, hex):
-	dict = JSONGet(ui, "/api/" + clname + "?messages=true")
-	if dict is None:
-		return False
-	for msg in dict.get("messages", []):
-		text = msg.get("text", "")
-		m = re.match('\*\*\* Submitted as [^*]*?([0-9a-f]+) \*\*\*', text)
-		if m is not None and len(m.group(1)) >= 8 and hex.startswith(m.group(1)):
-			return True
-	return False
-
-def IsRietveldMailed(cl):
-	for msg in cl.dict.get("messages", []):
-		if msg.get("text", "").find("I'd like you to review this change") >= 0:
-			return True
-	return False
-
-def DownloadCL(ui, repo, clname):
-	set_status("downloading CL " + clname)
-	cl, err = LoadCL(ui, repo, clname, web=True)
-	if err != "":
-		return None, None, None, "error loading CL %s: %s" % (clname, err)
-
-	# Find most recent diff
-	diffs = cl.dict.get("patchsets", [])
-	if not diffs:
-		return None, None, None, "CL has no patch sets"
-	patchid = diffs[-1]
-
-	patchset = JSONGet(ui, "/api/" + clname + "/" + str(patchid))
-	if patchset is None:
-		return None, None, None, "error loading CL patchset %s/%d" % (clname, patchid)
-	if patchset.get("patchset", 0) != patchid:
-		return None, None, None, "malformed patchset information"
-	
-	vers = ""
-	msg = patchset.get("message", "").split()
-	if len(msg) >= 3 and msg[0] == "diff" and msg[1] == "-r":
-		vers = msg[2]
-	diff = "/download/issue" + clname + "_" + str(patchid) + ".diff"
-
-	diffdata = MySend(diff, force_auth=False)
-	
-	# Print warning if email is not in CONTRIBUTORS file.
-	email = cl.dict.get("owner_email", "")
-	if not email:
-		return None, None, None, "cannot find owner for %s" % (clname)
-	him = FindContributor(ui, repo, email)
-	me = FindContributor(ui, repo, None)
-	if him == me:
-		cl.mailed = IsRietveldMailed(cl)
-	else:
-		cl.copied_from = email
-
-	return cl, vers, diffdata, ""
-
-def MySend(request_path, payload=None,
-		content_type="application/octet-stream",
-		timeout=None, force_auth=True,
-		**kwargs):
-	"""Run MySend1 maybe twice, because Rietveld is unreliable."""
-	try:
-		return MySend1(request_path, payload, content_type, timeout, force_auth, **kwargs)
-	except Exception, e:
-		if type(e) != urllib2.HTTPError or e.code != 500:	# only retry on HTTP 500 error
-			raise
-		print >>sys.stderr, "Loading "+request_path+": "+ExceptionDetail()+"; trying again in 2 seconds."
-		time.sleep(2)
-		return MySend1(request_path, payload, content_type, timeout, force_auth, **kwargs)
-
-# Like upload.py Send but only authenticates when the
-# redirect is to www.google.com/accounts.  This keeps
-# unnecessary redirects from happening during testing.
-def MySend1(request_path, payload=None,
-				content_type="application/octet-stream",
-				timeout=None, force_auth=True,
-				**kwargs):
-	"""Sends an RPC and returns the response.
-
-	Args:
-		request_path: The path to send the request to, eg /api/appversion/create.
-		payload: The body of the request, or None to send an empty request.
-		content_type: The Content-Type header to use.
-		timeout: timeout in seconds; default None i.e. no timeout.
-			(Note: for large requests on OS X, the timeout doesn't work right.)
-		kwargs: Any keyword arguments are converted into query string parameters.
-
-	Returns:
-		The response body, as a string.
-	"""
-	# TODO: Don't require authentication.  Let the server say
-	# whether it is necessary.
-	global rpc
-	if rpc == None:
-		rpc = GetRpcServer(upload_options)
-	self = rpc
-	if not self.authenticated and force_auth:
-		self._Authenticate()
-	if request_path is None:
-		return
-
-	old_timeout = socket.getdefaulttimeout()
-	socket.setdefaulttimeout(timeout)
-	try:
-		tries = 0
-		while True:
-			tries += 1
-			args = dict(kwargs)
-			url = "http://%s%s" % (self.host, request_path)
-			if args:
-				url += "?" + urllib.urlencode(args)
-			req = self._CreateRequest(url=url, data=payload)
-			req.add_header("Content-Type", content_type)
-			try:
-				f = self.opener.open(req)
-				response = f.read()
-				f.close()
-				# Translate \r\n into \n, because Rietveld doesn't.
-				response = response.replace('\r\n', '\n')
-				# who knows what urllib will give us
-				if type(response) == unicode:
-					response = response.encode("utf-8")
-				typecheck(response, str)
-				return response
-			except urllib2.HTTPError, e:
-				if tries > 3:
-					raise
-				elif e.code == 401:
-					self._Authenticate()
-				elif e.code == 302:
-					loc = e.info()["location"]
-					if not loc.startswith('https://www.google.com/a') or loc.find('/ServiceLogin') < 0:
-						return ''
-					self._Authenticate()
-				else:
-					raise
-	finally:
-		socket.setdefaulttimeout(old_timeout)
-
-def GetForm(url):
-	f = FormParser()
-	f.feed(ustr(MySend(url)))	# f.feed wants unicode
-	f.close()
-	# convert back to utf-8 to restore sanity
-	m = {}
-	for k,v in f.map.items():
-		m[k.encode("utf-8")] = v.replace("\r\n", "\n").encode("utf-8")
-	return m
-
-def EditDesc(issue, subject=None, desc=None, reviewers=None, cc=None, closed=False, private=False):
-	set_status("uploading change to description")
-	form_fields = GetForm("/" + issue + "/edit")
-	if subject is not None:
-		form_fields['subject'] = subject
-	if desc is not None:
-		form_fields['description'] = desc
-	if reviewers is not None:
-		form_fields['reviewers'] = reviewers
-	if cc is not None:
-		form_fields['cc'] = cc
-	if closed:
-		form_fields['closed'] = "checked"
-	if private:
-		form_fields['private'] = "checked"
-	ctype, body = EncodeMultipartFormData(form_fields.items(), [])
-	response = MySend("/" + issue + "/edit", body, content_type=ctype)
-	if response != "":
-		print >>sys.stderr, "Error editing description:\n" + "Sent form: \n", form_fields, "\n", response
-		sys.exit(2)
-
-def PostMessage(ui, issue, message, reviewers=None, cc=None, send_mail=True, subject=None):
-	set_status("uploading message")
-	form_fields = GetForm("/" + issue + "/publish")
-	if reviewers is not None:
-		form_fields['reviewers'] = reviewers
-	if cc is not None:
-		form_fields['cc'] = cc
-	if send_mail:
-		form_fields['send_mail'] = "checked"
-	else:
-		del form_fields['send_mail']
-	if subject is not None:
-		form_fields['subject'] = subject
-	form_fields['message'] = message
-	
-	form_fields['message_only'] = '1'	# Don't include draft comments
-	if reviewers is not None or cc is not None:
-		form_fields['message_only'] = ''	# Must set '' in order to override cc/reviewer
-	ctype = "applications/x-www-form-urlencoded"
-	body = urllib.urlencode(form_fields)
-	response = MySend("/" + issue + "/publish", body, content_type=ctype)
-	if response != "":
-		print response
-		sys.exit(2)
-
-class opt(object):
-	pass
-
-def RietveldSetup(ui, repo):
-	global force_google_account
-	global rpc
-	global server
-	global server_url_base
-	global upload_options
-	global verbosity
-
-	if not ui.verbose:
-		verbosity = 0
-
-	# Config options.
-	x = ui.config("codereview", "server")
-	if x is not None:
-		server = x
-
-	# TODO(rsc): Take from ui.username?
-	email = None
-	x = ui.config("codereview", "email")
-	if x is not None:
-		email = x
-
-	server_url_base = "http://" + server + "/"
-
-	testing = ui.config("codereview", "testing")
-	force_google_account = ui.configbool("codereview", "force_google_account", False)
-
-	upload_options = opt()
-	upload_options.email = email
-	upload_options.host = None
-	upload_options.verbose = 0
-	upload_options.description = None
-	upload_options.description_file = None
-	upload_options.reviewers = None
-	upload_options.cc = None
-	upload_options.message = None
-	upload_options.issue = None
-	upload_options.download_base = False
-	upload_options.revision = None
-	upload_options.send_mail = False
-	upload_options.vcs = None
-	upload_options.server = server
-	upload_options.save_cookies = True
-
-	if testing:
-		upload_options.save_cookies = False
-		upload_options.email = "test@example.com"
-
-	rpc = None
-	
-	global releaseBranch
-	tags = repo.branchtags().keys()
-	if 'release-branch.go10' in tags:
-		# NOTE(rsc): This tags.sort is going to get the wrong
-		# answer when comparing release-branch.go9 with
-		# release-branch.go10.  It will be a while before we care.
-		raise hg_util.Abort('tags.sort needs to be fixed for release-branch.go10')
-	tags.sort()
-	for t in tags:
-		if t.startswith('release-branch.go'):
-			releaseBranch = t			
-
-#######################################################################
-# http://codereview.appspot.com/static/upload.py, heavily edited.
-
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-#
-# Copyright 2007 Google Inc.
-#
-# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
-# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
-# You may obtain a copy of the License at
-#
-#	http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
-#
-# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
-# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
-# WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
-# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
-# limitations under the License.
-
-"""Tool for uploading diffs from a version control system to the codereview app.
-
-Usage summary: upload.py [options] [-- diff_options]
-
-Diff options are passed to the diff command of the underlying system.
-
-Supported version control systems:
-	Git
-	Mercurial
-	Subversion
-
-It is important for Git/Mercurial users to specify a tree/node/branch to diff
-against by using the '--rev' option.
-"""
-# This code is derived from appcfg.py in the App Engine SDK (open source),
-# and from ASPN recipe #146306.
-
-import cookielib
-import getpass
-import logging
-import mimetypes
-import optparse
-import os
-import re
-import socket
-import subprocess
-import sys
-import urllib
-import urllib2
-import urlparse
-
-# The md5 module was deprecated in Python 2.5.
-try:
-	from hashlib import md5
-except ImportError:
-	from md5 import md5
-
-try:
-	import readline
-except ImportError:
-	pass
-
-# The logging verbosity:
-#  0: Errors only.
-#  1: Status messages.
-#  2: Info logs.
-#  3: Debug logs.
-verbosity = 1
-
-# Max size of patch or base file.
-MAX_UPLOAD_SIZE = 900 * 1024
-
-# whitelist for non-binary filetypes which do not start with "text/"
-# .mm (Objective-C) shows up as application/x-freemind on my Linux box.
-TEXT_MIMETYPES = [
-	'application/javascript',
-	'application/x-javascript',
-	'application/x-freemind'
-]
-
-def GetEmail(prompt):
-	"""Prompts the user for their email address and returns it.
-
-	The last used email address is saved to a file and offered up as a suggestion
-	to the user. If the user presses enter without typing in anything the last
-	used email address is used. If the user enters a new address, it is saved
-	for next time we prompt.
-
-	"""
-	last_email_file_name = os.path.expanduser("~/.last_codereview_email_address")
-	last_email = ""
-	if os.path.exists(last_email_file_name):
-		try:
-			last_email_file = open(last_email_file_name, "r")
-			last_email = last_email_file.readline().strip("\n")
-			last_email_file.close()
-			prompt += " [%s]" % last_email
-		except IOError, e:
-			pass
-	email = raw_input(prompt + ": ").strip()
-	if email:
-		try:
-			last_email_file = open(last_email_file_name, "w")
-			last_email_file.write(email)
-			last_email_file.close()
-		except IOError, e:
-			pass
-	else:
-		email = last_email
-	return email
-
-
-def StatusUpdate(msg):
-	"""Print a status message to stdout.
-
-	If 'verbosity' is greater than 0, print the message.
-
-	Args:
-		msg: The string to print.
-	"""
-	if verbosity > 0:
-		print msg
-
-
-def ErrorExit(msg):
-	"""Print an error message to stderr and exit."""
-	print >>sys.stderr, msg
-	sys.exit(1)
-
-
-class ClientLoginError(urllib2.HTTPError):
-	"""Raised to indicate there was an error authenticating with ClientLogin."""
-
-	def __init__(self, url, code, msg, headers, args):
-		urllib2.HTTPError.__init__(self, url, code, msg, headers, None)
-		self.args = args
-		self.reason = args["Error"]
-
-
-class AbstractRpcServer(object):
-	"""Provides a common interface for a simple RPC server."""
-
-	def __init__(self, host, auth_function, host_override=None, extra_headers={}, save_cookies=False):
-		"""Creates a new HttpRpcServer.
-
-		Args:
-			host: The host to send requests to.
-			auth_function: A function that takes no arguments and returns an
-				(email, password) tuple when called. Will be called if authentication
-				is required.
-			host_override: The host header to send to the server (defaults to host).
-			extra_headers: A dict of extra headers to append to every request.
-			save_cookies: If True, save the authentication cookies to local disk.
-				If False, use an in-memory cookiejar instead.  Subclasses must
-				implement this functionality.  Defaults to False.
-		"""
-		self.host = host
-		self.host_override = host_override
-		self.auth_function = auth_function
-		self.authenticated = False
-		self.extra_headers = extra_headers
-		self.save_cookies = save_cookies
-		self.opener = self._GetOpener()
-		if self.host_override:
-			logging.info("Server: %s; Host: %s", self.host, self.host_override)
-		else:
-			logging.info("Server: %s", self.host)
-
-	def _GetOpener(self):
-		"""Returns an OpenerDirector for making HTTP requests.
-
-		Returns:
-			A urllib2.OpenerDirector object.
-		"""
-		raise NotImplementedError()
-
-	def _CreateRequest(self, url, data=None):
-		"""Creates a new urllib request."""
-		logging.debug("Creating request for: '%s' with payload:\n%s", url, data)
-		req = urllib2.Request(url, data=data)
-		if self.host_override:
-			req.add_header("Host", self.host_override)
-		for key, value in self.extra_headers.iteritems():
-			req.add_header(key, value)
-		return req
-
-	def _GetAuthToken(self, email, password):
-		"""Uses ClientLogin to authenticate the user, returning an auth token.
-
-		Args:
-			email:    The user's email address
-			password: The user's password
-
-		Raises:
-			ClientLoginError: If there was an error authenticating with ClientLogin.
-			HTTPError: If there was some other form of HTTP error.
-
-		Returns:
-			The authentication token returned by ClientLogin.
-		"""
-		account_type = "GOOGLE"
-		if self.host.endswith(".google.com") and not force_google_account:
-			# Needed for use inside Google.
-			account_type = "HOSTED"
-		req = self._CreateRequest(
-				url="https://www.google.com/accounts/ClientLogin",
-				data=urllib.urlencode({
-						"Email": email,
-						"Passwd": password,
-						"service": "ah",
-						"source": "rietveld-codereview-upload",
-						"accountType": account_type,
-				}),
-		)
-		try:
-			response = self.opener.open(req)
-			response_body = response.read()
-			response_dict = dict(x.split("=") for x in response_body.split("\n") if x)
-			return response_dict["Auth"]
-		except urllib2.HTTPError, e:
-			if e.code == 403:
-				body = e.read()
-				response_dict = dict(x.split("=", 1) for x in body.split("\n") if x)
-				raise ClientLoginError(req.get_full_url(), e.code, e.msg, e.headers, response_dict)
-			else:
-				raise
-
-	def _GetAuthCookie(self, auth_token):
-		"""Fetches authentication cookies for an authentication token.
-
-		Args:
-			auth_token: The authentication token returned by ClientLogin.
-
-		Raises:
-			HTTPError: If there was an error fetching the authentication cookies.
-		"""
-		# This is a dummy value to allow us to identify when we're successful.
-		continue_location = "http://localhost/"
-		args = {"continue": continue_location, "auth": auth_token}
-		req = self._CreateRequest("http://%s/_ah/login?%s" % (self.host, urllib.urlencode(args)))
-		try:
-			response = self.opener.open(req)
-		except urllib2.HTTPError, e:
-			response = e
-		if (response.code != 302 or
-				response.info()["location"] != continue_location):
-			raise urllib2.HTTPError(req.get_full_url(), response.code, response.msg, response.headers, response.fp)
-		self.authenticated = True
-
-	def _Authenticate(self):
-		"""Authenticates the user.
-
-		The authentication process works as follows:
-		1) We get a username and password from the user
-		2) We use ClientLogin to obtain an AUTH token for the user
-				(see http://code.google.com/apis/accounts/AuthForInstalledApps.html).
-		3) We pass the auth token to /_ah/login on the server to obtain an
-				authentication cookie. If login was successful, it tries to redirect
-				us to the URL we provided.
-
-		If we attempt to access the upload API without first obtaining an
-		authentication cookie, it returns a 401 response (or a 302) and
-		directs us to authenticate ourselves with ClientLogin.
-		"""
-		for i in range(3):
-			credentials = self.auth_function()
-			try:
-				auth_token = self._GetAuthToken(credentials[0], credentials[1])
-			except ClientLoginError, e:
-				if e.reason == "BadAuthentication":
-					print >>sys.stderr, "Invalid username or password."
-					continue
-				if e.reason == "CaptchaRequired":
-					print >>sys.stderr, (
-						"Please go to\n"
-						"https://www.google.com/accounts/DisplayUnlockCaptcha\n"
-						"and verify you are a human.  Then try again.")
-					break
-				if e.reason == "NotVerified":
-					print >>sys.stderr, "Account not verified."
-					break
-				if e.reason == "TermsNotAgreed":
-					print >>sys.stderr, "User has not agreed to TOS."
-					break
-				if e.reason == "AccountDeleted":
-					print >>sys.stderr, "The user account has been deleted."
-					break
-				if e.reason == "AccountDisabled":
-					print >>sys.stderr, "The user account has been disabled."
-					break
-				if e.reason == "ServiceDisabled":
-					print >>sys.stderr, "The user's access to the service has been disabled."
-					break
-				if e.reason == "ServiceUnavailable":
-					print >>sys.stderr, "The service is not available; try again later."
-					break
-				raise
-			self._GetAuthCookie(auth_token)
-			return
-
-	def Send(self, request_path, payload=None,
-					content_type="application/octet-stream",
-					timeout=None,
-					**kwargs):
-		"""Sends an RPC and returns the response.
-
-		Args:
-			request_path: The path to send the request to, eg /api/appversion/create.
-			payload: The body of the request, or None to send an empty request.
-			content_type: The Content-Type header to use.
-			timeout: timeout in seconds; default None i.e. no timeout.
-				(Note: for large requests on OS X, the timeout doesn't work right.)
-			kwargs: Any keyword arguments are converted into query string parameters.
-
-		Returns:
-			The response body, as a string.
-		"""
-		# TODO: Don't require authentication.  Let the server say
-		# whether it is necessary.
-		if not self.authenticated:
-			self._Authenticate()
-
-		old_timeout = socket.getdefaulttimeout()
-		socket.setdefaulttimeout(timeout)
-		try:
-			tries = 0
-			while True:
-				tries += 1
-				args = dict(kwargs)
-				url = "http://%s%s" % (self.host, request_path)
-				if args:
-					url += "?" + urllib.urlencode(args)
-				req = self._CreateRequest(url=url, data=payload)
-				req.add_header("Content-Type", content_type)
-				try:
-					f = self.opener.open(req)
-					response = f.read()
-					f.close()
-					return response
-				except urllib2.HTTPError, e:
-					if tries > 3:
-						raise
-					elif e.code == 401 or e.code == 302:
-						self._Authenticate()
-					else:
-						raise
-		finally:
-			socket.setdefaulttimeout(old_timeout)
-
-
-class HttpRpcServer(AbstractRpcServer):
-	"""Provides a simplified RPC-style interface for HTTP requests."""
-
-	def _Authenticate(self):
-		"""Save the cookie jar after authentication."""
-		super(HttpRpcServer, self)._Authenticate()
-		if self.save_cookies:
-			StatusUpdate("Saving authentication cookies to %s" % self.cookie_file)
-			self.cookie_jar.save()
-
-	def _GetOpener(self):
-		"""Returns an OpenerDirector that supports cookies and ignores redirects.
-
-		Returns:
-			A urllib2.OpenerDirector object.
-		"""
-		opener = urllib2.OpenerDirector()
-		opener.add_handler(urllib2.ProxyHandler())
-		opener.add_handler(urllib2.UnknownHandler())
-		opener.add_handler(urllib2.HTTPHandler())
-		opener.add_handler(urllib2.HTTPDefaultErrorHandler())
-		opener.add_handler(urllib2.HTTPSHandler())
-		opener.add_handler(urllib2.HTTPErrorProcessor())
-		if self.save_cookies:
-			self.cookie_file = os.path.expanduser("~/.codereview_upload_cookies_" + server)
-			self.cookie_jar = cookielib.MozillaCookieJar(self.cookie_file)
-			if os.path.exists(self.cookie_file):
-				try:
-					self.cookie_jar.load()
-					self.authenticated = True
-					StatusUpdate("Loaded authentication cookies from %s" % self.cookie_file)
-				except (cookielib.LoadError, IOError):
-					# Failed to load cookies - just ignore them.
-					pass
-			else:
-				# Create an empty cookie file with mode 600
-				fd = os.open(self.cookie_file, os.O_CREAT, 0600)
-				os.close(fd)
-			# Always chmod the cookie file
-			os.chmod(self.cookie_file, 0600)
-		else:
-			# Don't save cookies across runs of update.py.
-			self.cookie_jar = cookielib.CookieJar()
-		opener.add_handler(urllib2.HTTPCookieProcessor(self.cookie_jar))
-		return opener
-
-
-def GetRpcServer(options):
-	"""Returns an instance of an AbstractRpcServer.
-
-	Returns:
-		A new AbstractRpcServer, on which RPC calls can be made.
-	"""
-
-	rpc_server_class = HttpRpcServer
-
-	def GetUserCredentials():
-		"""Prompts the user for a username and password."""
-		# Disable status prints so they don't obscure the password prompt.
-		global global_status
-		st = global_status
-		global_status = None
-
-		email = options.email
-		if email is None:
-			email = GetEmail("Email (login for uploading to %s)" % options.server)
-		password = getpass.getpass("Password for %s: " % email)
-
-		# Put status back.
-		global_status = st
-		return (email, password)
-
-	# If this is the dev_appserver, use fake authentication.
-	host = (options.host or options.server).lower()
-	if host == "localhost" or host.startswith("localhost:"):
-		email = options.email
-		if email is None:
-			email = "test@example.com"
-			logging.info("Using debug user %s.  Override with --email" % email)
-		server = rpc_server_class(
-				options.server,
-				lambda: (email, "password"),
-				host_override=options.host,
-				extra_headers={"Cookie": 'dev_appserver_login="%s:False"' % email},
-				save_cookies=options.save_cookies)
-		# Don't try to talk to ClientLogin.
-		server.authenticated = True
-		return server
-
-	return rpc_server_class(options.server, GetUserCredentials,
-		host_override=options.host, save_cookies=options.save_cookies)
-
-
-def EncodeMultipartFormData(fields, files):
-	"""Encode form fields for multipart/form-data.
-
-	Args:
-		fields: A sequence of (name, value) elements for regular form fields.
-		files: A sequence of (name, filename, value) elements for data to be
-					uploaded as files.
-	Returns:
-		(content_type, body) ready for httplib.HTTP instance.
-
-	Source:
-		http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/Cookbook/Python/Recipe/146306
-	"""
-	BOUNDARY = '-M-A-G-I-C---B-O-U-N-D-A-R-Y-'
-	CRLF = '\r\n'
-	lines = []
-	for (key, value) in fields:
-		typecheck(key, str)
-		typecheck(value, str)
-		lines.append('--' + BOUNDARY)
-		lines.append('Content-Disposition: form-data; name="%s"' % key)
-		lines.append('')
-		lines.append(value)
-	for (key, filename, value) in files:
-		typecheck(key, str)
-		typecheck(filename, str)
-		typecheck(value, str)
-		lines.append('--' + BOUNDARY)
-		lines.append('Content-Disposition: form-data; name="%s"; filename="%s"' % (key, filename))
-		lines.append('Content-Type: %s' % GetContentType(filename))
-		lines.append('')
-		lines.append(value)
-	lines.append('--' + BOUNDARY + '--')
-	lines.append('')
-	body = CRLF.join(lines)
-	content_type = 'multipart/form-data; boundary=%s' % BOUNDARY
-	return content_type, body
-
-
-def GetContentType(filename):
-	"""Helper to guess the content-type from the filename."""
-	return mimetypes.guess_type(filename)[0] or 'application/octet-stream'
-
-
-# Use a shell for subcommands on Windows to get a PATH search.
-use_shell = sys.platform.startswith("win")
-
-def RunShellWithReturnCode(command, print_output=False,
-		universal_newlines=True, env=os.environ):
-	"""Executes a command and returns the output from stdout and the return code.
-
-	Args:
-		command: Command to execute.
-		print_output: If True, the output is printed to stdout.
-			If False, both stdout and stderr are ignored.
-		universal_newlines: Use universal_newlines flag (default: True).
-
-	Returns:
-		Tuple (output, return code)
-	"""
-	logging.info("Running %s", command)
-	p = subprocess.Popen(command, stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=subprocess.PIPE,
-		shell=use_shell, universal_newlines=universal_newlines, env=env)
-	if print_output:
-		output_array = []
-		while True:
-			line = p.stdout.readline()
-			if not line:
-				break
-			print line.strip("\n")
-			output_array.append(line)
-		output = "".join(output_array)
-	else:
-		output = p.stdout.read()
-	p.wait()
-	errout = p.stderr.read()
-	if print_output and errout:
-		print >>sys.stderr, errout
-	p.stdout.close()
-	p.stderr.close()
-	return output, p.returncode
-
-
-def RunShell(command, silent_ok=False, universal_newlines=True,
-		print_output=False, env=os.environ):
-	data, retcode = RunShellWithReturnCode(command, print_output, universal_newlines, env)
-	if retcode:
-		ErrorExit("Got error status from %s:\n%s" % (command, data))
-	if not silent_ok and not data:
-		ErrorExit("No output from %s" % command)
-	return data
-
-
-class VersionControlSystem(object):
-	"""Abstract base class providing an interface to the VCS."""
-
-	def __init__(self, options):
-		"""Constructor.
-
-		Args:
-			options: Command line options.
-		"""
-		self.options = options
-
-	def GenerateDiff(self, args):
-		"""Return the current diff as a string.
-
-		Args:
-			args: Extra arguments to pass to the diff command.
-		"""
-		raise NotImplementedError(
-				"abstract method -- subclass %s must override" % self.__class__)
-
-	def GetUnknownFiles(self):
-		"""Return a list of files unknown to the VCS."""
-		raise NotImplementedError(
-				"abstract method -- subclass %s must override" % self.__class__)
-
-	def CheckForUnknownFiles(self):
-		"""Show an "are you sure?" prompt if there are unknown files."""
-		unknown_files = self.GetUnknownFiles()
-		if unknown_files:
-			print "The following files are not added to version control:"
-			for line in unknown_files:
-				print line
-			prompt = "Are you sure to continue?(y/N) "
-			answer = raw_input(prompt).strip()
-			if answer != "y":
-				ErrorExit("User aborted")
-
-	def GetBaseFile(self, filename):
-		"""Get the content of the upstream version of a file.
-
-		Returns:
-			A tuple (base_content, new_content, is_binary, status)
-				base_content: The contents of the base file.
-				new_content: For text files, this is empty.  For binary files, this is
-					the contents of the new file, since the diff output won't contain
-					information to reconstruct the current file.
-				is_binary: True iff the file is binary.
-				status: The status of the file.
-		"""
-
-		raise NotImplementedError(
-				"abstract method -- subclass %s must override" % self.__class__)
-
-
-	def GetBaseFiles(self, diff):
-		"""Helper that calls GetBase file for each file in the patch.
-
-		Returns:
-			A dictionary that maps from filename to GetBaseFile's tuple.  Filenames
-			are retrieved based on lines that start with "Index:" or
-			"Property changes on:".
-		"""
-		files = {}
-		for line in diff.splitlines(True):
-			if line.startswith('Index:') or line.startswith('Property changes on:'):
-				unused, filename = line.split(':', 1)
-				# On Windows if a file has property changes its filename uses '\'
-				# instead of '/'.
-				filename = to_slash(filename.strip())
-				files[filename] = self.GetBaseFile(filename)
-		return files
-
-
-	def UploadBaseFiles(self, issue, rpc_server, patch_list, patchset, options,
-											files):
-		"""Uploads the base files (and if necessary, the current ones as well)."""
-
-		def UploadFile(filename, file_id, content, is_binary, status, is_base):
-			"""Uploads a file to the server."""
-			set_status("uploading " + filename)
-			file_too_large = False
-			if is_base:
-				type = "base"
-			else:
-				type = "current"
-			if len(content) > MAX_UPLOAD_SIZE:
-				print ("Not uploading the %s file for %s because it's too large." %
-							(type, filename))
-				file_too_large = True
-				content = ""
-			checksum = md5(content).hexdigest()
-			if options.verbose > 0 and not file_too_large:
-				print "Uploading %s file for %s" % (type, filename)
-			url = "/%d/upload_content/%d/%d" % (int(issue), int(patchset), file_id)
-			form_fields = [
-				("filename", filename),
-				("status", status),
-				("checksum", checksum),
-				("is_binary", str(is_binary)),
-				("is_current", str(not is_base)),
-			]
-			if file_too_large:
-				form_fields.append(("file_too_large", "1"))
-			if options.email:
-				form_fields.append(("user", options.email))
-			ctype, body = EncodeMultipartFormData(form_fields, [("data", filename, content)])
-			response_body = rpc_server.Send(url, body, content_type=ctype)
-			if not response_body.startswith("OK"):
-				StatusUpdate("  --> %s" % response_body)
-				sys.exit(1)
-
-		# Don't want to spawn too many threads, nor do we want to
-		# hit Rietveld too hard, or it will start serving 500 errors.
-		# When 8 works, it's no better than 4, and sometimes 8 is
-		# too many for Rietveld to handle.
-		MAX_PARALLEL_UPLOADS = 4
-
-		sema = threading.BoundedSemaphore(MAX_PARALLEL_UPLOADS)
-		upload_threads = []
-		finished_upload_threads = []
-		
-		class UploadFileThread(threading.Thread):
-			def __init__(self, args):
-				threading.Thread.__init__(self)
-				self.args = args
-			def run(self):
-				UploadFile(*self.args)
-				finished_upload_threads.append(self)
-				sema.release()
-
-		def StartUploadFile(*args):
-			sema.acquire()
-			while len(finished_upload_threads) > 0:
-				t = finished_upload_threads.pop()
-				upload_threads.remove(t)
-				t.join()
-			t = UploadFileThread(args)
-			upload_threads.append(t)
-			t.start()
-
-		def WaitForUploads():			
-			for t in upload_threads:
-				t.join()
-
-		patches = dict()
-		[patches.setdefault(v, k) for k, v in patch_list]
-		for filename in patches.keys():
-			base_content, new_content, is_binary, status = files[filename]
-			file_id_str = patches.get(filename)
-			if file_id_str.find("nobase") != -1:
-				base_content = None
-				file_id_str = file_id_str[file_id_str.rfind("_") + 1:]
-			file_id = int(file_id_str)
-			if base_content != None:
-				StartUploadFile(filename, file_id, base_content, is_binary, status, True)
-			if new_content != None:
-				StartUploadFile(filename, file_id, new_content, is_binary, status, False)
-		WaitForUploads()
-
-	def IsImage(self, filename):
-		"""Returns true if the filename has an image extension."""
-		mimetype =  mimetypes.guess_type(filename)[0]
-		if not mimetype:
-			return False
-		return mimetype.startswith("image/")
-
-	def IsBinary(self, filename):
-		"""Returns true if the guessed mimetyped isnt't in text group."""
-		mimetype = mimetypes.guess_type(filename)[0]
-		if not mimetype:
-			return False  # e.g. README, "real" binaries usually have an extension
-		# special case for text files which don't start with text/
-		if mimetype in TEXT_MIMETYPES:
-			return False
-		return not mimetype.startswith("text/")
-
-
-class FakeMercurialUI(object):
-	def __init__(self):
-		self.quiet = True
-		self.output = ''
-	
-	def write(self, *args, **opts):
-		self.output += ' '.join(args)
-	def copy(self):
-		return self
-	def status(self, *args, **opts):
-		pass
-
-	def formatter(self, topic, opts):
-		from mercurial.formatter import plainformatter
-		return plainformatter(self, topic, opts)
-	
-	def readconfig(self, *args, **opts):
-		pass
-	def expandpath(self, *args, **opts):
-		return global_ui.expandpath(*args, **opts)
-	def configitems(self, *args, **opts):
-		return global_ui.configitems(*args, **opts)
-	def config(self, *args, **opts):
-		return global_ui.config(*args, **opts)
-
-use_hg_shell = False	# set to True to shell out to hg always; slower
-
-class MercurialVCS(VersionControlSystem):
-	"""Implementation of the VersionControlSystem interface for Mercurial."""
-
-	def __init__(self, options, ui, repo):
-		super(MercurialVCS, self).__init__(options)
-		self.ui = ui
-		self.repo = repo
-		self.status = None
-		# Absolute path to repository (we can be in a subdir)
-		self.repo_dir = os.path.normpath(repo.root)
-		# Compute the subdir
-		cwd = os.path.normpath(os.getcwd())
-		assert cwd.startswith(self.repo_dir)
-		self.subdir = cwd[len(self.repo_dir):].lstrip(r"\/")
-		if self.options.revision:
-			self.base_rev = self.options.revision
-		else:
-			mqparent, err = RunShellWithReturnCode(['hg', 'log', '--rev', 'qparent', '--template={node}'])
-			if not err and mqparent != "":
-				self.base_rev = mqparent
-			else:
-				out = RunShell(["hg", "parents", "-q"], silent_ok=True).strip()
-				if not out:
-					# No revisions; use 0 to mean a repository with nothing.
-					out = "0:0"
-				self.base_rev = out.split(':')[1].strip()
-	def _GetRelPath(self, filename):
-		"""Get relative path of a file according to the current directory,
-		given its logical path in the repo."""
-		assert filename.startswith(self.subdir), (filename, self.subdir)
-		return filename[len(self.subdir):].lstrip(r"\/")
-
-	def GenerateDiff(self, extra_args):
-		# If no file specified, restrict to the current subdir
-		extra_args = extra_args or ["."]
-		cmd = ["hg", "diff", "--git", "-r", self.base_rev] + extra_args
-		data = RunShell(cmd, silent_ok=True)
-		svndiff = []
-		filecount = 0
-		for line in data.splitlines():
-			m = re.match("diff --git a/(\S+) b/(\S+)", line)
-			if m:
-				# Modify line to make it look like as it comes from svn diff.
-				# With this modification no changes on the server side are required
-				# to make upload.py work with Mercurial repos.
-				# NOTE: for proper handling of moved/copied files, we have to use
-				# the second filename.
-				filename = m.group(2)
-				svndiff.append("Index: %s" % filename)
-				svndiff.append("=" * 67)
-				filecount += 1
-				logging.info(line)
-			else:
-				svndiff.append(line)
-		if not filecount:
-			ErrorExit("No valid patches found in output from hg diff")
-		return "\n".join(svndiff) + "\n"
-
-	def GetUnknownFiles(self):
-		"""Return a list of files unknown to the VCS."""
-		args = []
-		status = RunShell(["hg", "status", "--rev", self.base_rev, "-u", "."],
-				silent_ok=True)
-		unknown_files = []
-		for line in status.splitlines():
-			st, fn = line.split(" ", 1)
-			if st == "?":
-				unknown_files.append(fn)
-		return unknown_files
-
-	def get_hg_status(self, rev, path):
-		# We'd like to use 'hg status -C path', but that is buggy
-		# (see http://mercurial.selenic.com/bts/issue3023).
-		# Instead, run 'hg status -C' without a path
-		# and skim the output for the path we want.
-		if self.status is None:
-			if use_hg_shell:
-				out = RunShell(["hg", "status", "-C", "--rev", rev])
-			else:
-				fui = FakeMercurialUI()
-				ret = hg_commands.status(fui, self.repo, *[], **{'rev': [rev], 'copies': True})
-				if ret:
-					raise hg_util.Abort(ret)
-				out = fui.output
-			self.status = out.splitlines()
-		for i in range(len(self.status)):
-			# line is
-			#	A path
-			#	M path
-			# etc
-			line = to_slash(self.status[i])
-			if line[2:] == path:
-				if i+1 < len(self.status) and self.status[i+1][:2] == '  ':
-					return self.status[i:i+2]
-				return self.status[i:i+1]
-		raise hg_util.Abort("no status for " + path)
-	
-	def GetBaseFile(self, filename):
-		set_status("inspecting " + filename)
-		# "hg status" and "hg cat" both take a path relative to the current subdir
-		# rather than to the repo root, but "hg diff" has given us the full path
-		# to the repo root.
-		base_content = ""
-		new_content = None
-		is_binary = False
-		oldrelpath = relpath = self._GetRelPath(filename)
-		out = self.get_hg_status(self.base_rev, relpath)
-		status, what = out[0].split(' ', 1)
-		if len(out) > 1 and status == "A" and what == relpath:
-			oldrelpath = out[1].strip()
-			status = "M"
-		if ":" in self.base_rev:
-			base_rev = self.base_rev.split(":", 1)[0]
-		else:
-			base_rev = self.base_rev
-		if status != "A":
-			if use_hg_shell:
-				base_content = RunShell(["hg", "cat", "-r", base_rev, oldrelpath], silent_ok=True)
-			else:
-				base_content = str(self.repo[base_rev][oldrelpath].data())
-			is_binary = "\0" in base_content  # Mercurial's heuristic
-		if status != "R":
-			new_content = open(relpath, "rb").read()
-			is_binary = is_binary or "\0" in new_content
-		if is_binary and base_content and use_hg_shell:
-			# Fetch again without converting newlines
-			base_content = RunShell(["hg", "cat", "-r", base_rev, oldrelpath],
-				silent_ok=True, universal_newlines=False)
-		if not is_binary or not self.IsImage(relpath):
-			new_content = None
-		return base_content, new_content, is_binary, status
-
-
-# NOTE: The SplitPatch function is duplicated in engine.py, keep them in sync.
-def SplitPatch(data):
-	"""Splits a patch into separate pieces for each file.
-
-	Args:
-		data: A string containing the output of svn diff.
-
-	Returns:
-		A list of 2-tuple (filename, text) where text is the svn diff output
-			pertaining to filename.
-	"""
-	patches = []
-	filename = None
-	diff = []
-	for line in data.splitlines(True):
-		new_filename = None
-		if line.startswith('Index:'):
-			unused, new_filename = line.split(':', 1)
-			new_filename = new_filename.strip()
-		elif line.startswith('Property changes on:'):
-			unused, temp_filename = line.split(':', 1)
-			# When a file is modified, paths use '/' between directories, however
-			# when a property is modified '\' is used on Windows.  Make them the same
-			# otherwise the file shows up twice.
-			temp_filename = to_slash(temp_filename.strip())
-			if temp_filename != filename:
-				# File has property changes but no modifications, create a new diff.
-				new_filename = temp_filename
-		if new_filename:
-			if filename and diff:
-				patches.append((filename, ''.join(diff)))
-			filename = new_filename
-			diff = [line]
-			continue
-		if diff is not None:
-			diff.append(line)
-	if filename and diff:
-		patches.append((filename, ''.join(diff)))
-	return patches
-
-
-def UploadSeparatePatches(issue, rpc_server, patchset, data, options):
-	"""Uploads a separate patch for each file in the diff output.
-
-	Returns a list of [patch_key, filename] for each file.
-	"""
-	patches = SplitPatch(data)
-	rv = []
-	for patch in patches:
-		set_status("uploading patch for " + patch[0])
-		if len(patch[1]) > MAX_UPLOAD_SIZE:
-			print ("Not uploading the patch for " + patch[0] +
-				" because the file is too large.")
-			continue
-		form_fields = [("filename", patch[0])]
-		if not options.download_base:
-			form_fields.append(("content_upload", "1"))
-		files = [("data", "data.diff", patch[1])]
-		ctype, body = EncodeMultipartFormData(form_fields, files)
-		url = "/%d/upload_patch/%d" % (int(issue), int(patchset))
-		print "Uploading patch for " + patch[0]
-		response_body = rpc_server.Send(url, body, content_type=ctype)
-		lines = response_body.splitlines()
-		if not lines or lines[0] != "OK":
-			StatusUpdate("  --> %s" % response_body)
-			sys.exit(1)
-		rv.append([lines[1], patch[0]])
-	return rv