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#!/usr/bin/env ruby
require 'easy_diff'
require 'junoser'
require 'net/http'
require 'rugged'
require 'uri'
class Tracker
def initialize(path, credential, pattern)
@repository = Rugged::Repository.new(path)
@credential = credential
@pattern = pattern
end
def master
hash = extract_tree(@repository.branches['master'].target.tree)
extract_hash(nil, hash).each_with_object({}) {|i, hash|
hash[i.keys[0]] = i.values[0]
}
end
def origin
hash = extract_tree(@repository.branches['origin/master'].target.tree)
extract_hash(nil, hash).each_with_object({}) {|i, hash|
hash[i.keys[0]] = i.values[0]
}
end
def fetch
@repository.remotes['origin'].fetch(credentials: @credential)
end
def diff
str = ''
removed, added = master.easy_diff(origin)
removed.each do |path, lines|
lines.each {|l| str << "- #{path}: #{l}\n" }
end
added.each do |path, lines|
lines.each {|l| str << "+ #{path}: #{l}\n" }
end
str
end
def notify(uri_str)
message = diff
return if diff.empty?
uri = URI.parse(uri_str)
request = Net::HTTP::Post.new(uri.request_uri)
request.body = "連絡先一覧 アップデートした?\n" + message
http = Net::HTTP.new(uri.host, uri.port)
http.use_ssl = true
http.start {|h| h.request(request) }
end
private
def extract_tree(tree)
case tree.type
when :tree
Hash[tree.map {|i|
[i[:name], extract_tree(@repository.lookup(i[:oid]))]
}]
when :blob
Junoser::Cli.display_set(tree.content).scan(@pattern)
end
end
def extract_hash(prefix, original)
prefix ||= '.'
original.map {|key, value|
case value
when Hash
extract_hash("#{prefix}/#{key}", value)
when Array
{"#{prefix}/#{key}" => value}
end
}.flatten
end
end
credential = Rugged::Credentials::SshKey.new(username: 'git', privatekey: 'path_to_deploy_secret_key')
tracker = Tracker.new('path_to_git_repo', credential, /.*description.*[T|P]:.*/)
tracker.fetch
tracker.notify('https://codeance.slack.com/services/hooks/slackbot?token=ccvIktQ90VrBP03gzsA6WsJK&channel=%23test')
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