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SALSA(1) SALSA(1)

NAME

salsa - tool to manipulate salsa repositories and group members

SYNOPSIS

  # salsa <command> <args>
  salsa whoami
  salsa search_project devscripts
  salsa search_project qa/qa
  salsa search_group js-team
  salsa search_group perl-team/modules
  salsa search_user yadd
  salsa push_repo . --group js-team --kgb --irc devscripts --tagpending
  salsa update_repo node-mongodb --group js-team --disable-kgb --desc \
        --desc-pattern "Package %p"
  salsa update_repo js-team/node-mongodb --kgb --irc debian-js
  salsa update_safe --all --desc --desc-pattern "Debian package %p" \
        --group js-team
  salsa checkout node-mongodb --group js-team
  salsa checkout js-team/node-mongodb
  salsa add_user developer foobar --group-id 2665
  salsa update_user maintainer foobar --group js-team
  salsa del_user foobar --group js-team

DESCRIPTION

salsa is a designed to create and configure repositories on <https://salsa.debian.org> and manage users of groups.

A Salsa token is required, except for search* commands, and must be set in command line (see below), or in your configuration file (~/.devscripts):

  SALSA_TOKEN=abcdefghi

or

  SALSA_TOKEN=`cat ~/.token`

or

  SALSA_TOKEN_FILE=~/.dpt.conf

If you choose to link another file using SALSA_TOKEN_FILE, it must contain a line with one of (no differences):

  <anything>SALSA_PRIVATE_TOKEN=xxxx
  <anything>SALSA_TOKEN=xxxx

This allows for example to use dpt(1) configuration file (~/.dpt.conf) which contains:

  DPT_SALSA_PRIVATE_TOKEN=abcdefghi

COMMANDS

Managing users and groups

Request access to a group.

  salsa join js-team
  salsa join --group js-team
  salsa join --group-id 1234
    
Add a user to a group.

  salsa --group js-group add_user guest foouser
  salsa --group-id 1234 add_user guest foouser
  salsa --group-id 1234 add_user maintainer 1245
    

First argument is the GitLab's access levels: guest, reporter, developer, maintainer, owner.

Remove a user from a group

  salsa --group js-team del_user foouser
  salsa --group-id=1234 del_user foouser
    
List sub groups of current one if group is set, groups of current user else.
Show group members.

  salsa --group js-team group
  salsa --group-id 1234 group
    
Search for a group using given string. Shows group id and other information.

  salsa search_group perl-team
  salsa search_group perl-team/modules
  salsa search_group 2666
    
Search for a user using given string. Shows user id and other information.

  salsa search_user yadd
    
Update user role in a group.

  salsa --group-id 1234 update_user guest foouser
  salsa --group js-team update_user maintainer 1245
    

First argument is the GitLab's access levels: guest, reporter, developer, maintainer, owner.

Gives information on the token owner

  salsa whoami
    

Managing repositories

One of "--group", "--group-id", "--user" or "--user-id" is required to manage repositories. If both are set, salsa warns and only "--user"/"--user-id" is used. If none is given, salsa uses current user id (token owner).

Verify that repo(s) are well configured. It works exactly like update_repo except that it does not modify anything but just lists projects not well configured with found errors.

  salsa --user yadd --tagpending --kgb --irc=devscripts check_repo test
  salsa --group js-team check_repo --all
  salsa --group js-team --rename-head check_repo test1 test2 test3
    
Clone repo in current dir. If directory already exists, update local repo.

  salsa --user yadd co devscripts
  salsa --group js-team co node-mongodb
  salsa co js-team/node-mongodb
    

You can clone more than one repository or all repositories of a group or a user:

  salsa --user yadd co devscripts autodep8
  salsa co yadd/devscripts js-team/npm
  salsa --group js-team co --all           # All js-team repos
  salsa co --all                           # All your repos
    
Create public empty project. If "--group"/"--group-id" is set, project is created in group directory, else in user directory.

  salsa --user yadd create_repo test
  salsa --group js-team --kgb --irc-channel=devscripts create_repo test
    
Delete a repository.
Forks a project in group/user repository and set "upstream" to original project. Example:

  $ salsa fork js-team/node-mongodb --verbose
  ...
  salsa.pl info: node-mongodb ready in node-mongodb/
  $ cd node-mongodb
  $ git remote --verbose show
  origin          git@salsa.debian.org:me/node-mongodb (fetch)
  origin          git@salsa.debian.org:me/node-mongodb (push)
  upstream        git@salsa.debian.org:js-team/node-mongodb (fetch)
  upstream        git@salsa.debian.org:js-team/node-mongodb (push)
    

For a group:

  salsa fork --group js-team user/node-foo
    
List forks of project(s).

  salsa forks qa/qa debian/devscripts
    

Project can be set using full path or using --group/--group-id or --user/--user-id, else it is searched in current user namespace.

Push relevant packaging refs to origin Git remote. To be run from packaging working directory.

  salsa push
    

It pushes the following refs to the configured remote for the debian-branch or, falling back, to the "origin" remote:

"master" branch (or whatever is set to debian-branch in gbp.conf)
"upstream" branch (or whatever is set to upstream-branch in gbp.conf)
"pristine-tar" branch
Shows projects owned by user or group. If second argument exists, search only matching projects

  salsa --group js-team list_repos
  salsa --user yadd list_repos foo*
    
Creates a merge request.

Suppose you created a fork using salsa fork, modify some things in a new branch using one commit and want to propose it to original project (branch "master"). You just have to launch this in source directory:

  salsa mr
    

Other example:

  salsa mr --mr-dst-project debian/foo --mr-dst-branch debian/master
    

or simply

  salsa mr debian/foo debian/master
    

Note that unless destination project has been set using command line, salsa merge_request will search it in the following order:

To force salsa to use source project as destination project, you can use "same":

  salsa mr --mr-dst-project same
  # or
  salsa mr same

New merge request will be created using last commit title and description.

See --mr-* options for more.

List opened merge requests for project(s)

  salsa mrs qa/qa debian/devscripts
    

Project can be set using full path or using --group/--group-id or --user/--user-id, else it is searched in current user namespace.

Protect/unprotect a branch.
  #                                    project      branch merge push
  salsa --group js-team protect_branch node-mongodb master m     d
    

"merge" and "push" can be one of:

  salsa --group js-team protect_branch node-mongodb master no
    
List protected branches

  salsa --group js-team protected_branches node-mongodb
    
Create a new project from a local Debian source directory configured with git.

push_repo executes the following steps:

Examples:

  salsa --user yadd push_repo ./test
  salsa --group js-team --kgb --irc-channel=devscripts push_repo .
Rename branch given in --source-branch with name given in --dest-branch. You can use --no-fail and --all options here.
Search for a project using given string. Shows name, owner id and other information.

  salsa search devscripts
  salsa search debian/devscripts
  salsa search 18475
    
Configure repo(s) using parameters given to command line. A repo name has to be given unless --all is set. Prefer to use update_safe.

  salsa --user yadd --tagpending --kgb --irc=devscripts update_repo test
  salsa --group js-team update_repo --all
  salsa --group js-team --rename-head update_repo test1 test2 test3
  salsa update_repo js-team/node-mongodb --kgb --irc debian-js
    

By default when using --all, salsa will fail on first error. If you want to continue, set --no-fail. In this case, salsa will display a warning for each project that has fail but continue with next project. Then to see full errors, set --verbose.

Launch check_repo and ask before launching update_repo (unless --yes).

  salsa --user yadd --tagpending --kgb --irc=devscripts update_safe test
  salsa --group js-team update_safe --all
  salsa --group js-team --rename-head update_safe test1 test2 test3
  salsa update_safe js-team/node-mongodb --kgb --irc debian-js
    

Other

Empty local cache.

OPTIONS

General options

Change directory before launching command

  salsa -C ~/debian co debian/libapache2-mod-fcgid
    
File to store cached values. Default to ~/.cache/salsa.json. An empty value disables cache.

".devscripts" value: SALSA_CACHE_FILE

Disable cache usage. Same as --cache-file ''
Add or replace default configuration files ("/etc/devscripts.conf" and "~/.devscripts"). This can only be used as the first option given on the command-line.
  salsa --conf-file test.conf <command>...
  salsa --conf-file test.conf --conf-file test2.conf  <command>...
    
  salsa --conf-file +test.conf <command>...
  salsa --conf-file +test.conf --conf-file +test2.conf  <command>...
    

If one --conf-file has no "+", default configuration files are ignored.

Don't read any configuration files. This can only be used as the first option given on the command-line.
Enable debugging output
Team to use. Use "salsa search_group name" to find it.

If you want to use a subgroup, you have to set its full path:

  salsa --group perl-team/modules/packages check_repo lemonldap-ng
    

".devscripts" value: SALSA_GROUP

Be careful when you use SALSA_GROUP in your ".devscripts" file. Every salsa command will be executed in group space, for example if you want to propose a little change in a project using salsa fork + salsa mr, this "fork" will be done in group space unless you set a --user/--user-id. Prefer to use an alias in your ".bashrc" file. Example:

  alias jsteam_admin="salsa --group js-team"
    

or

  alias jsteam_admin="salsa --conf-file ~/.js.conf
    

or to use both .devscripts and .js.conf:

  alias jsteam_admin="salsa --conf-file +~/.js.conf
    

then you can fix SALSA_GROUP in "~/.js.conf"

To enable bash completion for your alias, add this in your .bashrc file:

  _completion_loader salsa
  complete -F _salsa_completion jsteam_admin
    
Group id to use. Use "salsa search_group name" to find it.

".devscripts" value: SALSA_GROUP_ID

Be careful when you use SALSA_GROUP_ID in your ".devscripts" file. Every salsa command will be executed in group space, for example if you want to propose a little change in a project using salsa fork + salsa mr, this "fork" will be done in group space unless you set a --user/--user-id. Prefer to use an alias in your ".bashrc" file. Example:

  alias jsteam_admin="salsa --group-id 2666"
    

or

  alias jsteam_admin="salsa --conf-file ~/.js.conf
    

then you can fix SALSA_GROUP_ID in "~/.js.conf"

Prompt before sensible changes.

".devscripts" value: SALSA_INFO (yes/no)

Repo path. Default to group or user path.

".devscripts" value: SALSA_REPO_PATH

Token value (see above).
File to find token (see above).
Username to use. If neither --group, --group-id, --user or --user-id is set, salsa uses current user id (corresponding to salsa private token).
User id to use. Use "salsa search_user name" to find one. If neither --group, --group-id, --user or --user-id is set, salsa uses current user id (corresponding to salsa private token).

".devscripts" value: SALSA_USER_ID

Enable verbose output.
Never ask for consent.

".devscripts" value: SALSA_YES (yes/no)

List/search repo options

Instead of looking to active projects, list or search in archived projects. Note that you can't have both archived and unarchived projects in the same request. Default: no (ie --no-archived).

".devscripts" value: SALSA_ARCHIVED (yes/no)

Update/create repo options

When set, all project of group/user are affected by command.
  salsa update_repo --tagpending --all --skip qa --skip devscripts
    

".devscripts" value: SALSA_SKIP. To set multiples values, use spaces. Example

  SALSA_SKIP=qa devscripts
    
  salsa update_repo --tagpending --all --skip-file ~/.skip
    

".devscripts" value: SALSA_SKIP_FILE

Configure configuration file path of GitLab CI. Default: empty. Example:

  salsa update_safe --ci-config-path debian/.gitlab-ci.yml debian/devscripts
    

".devscripts" value: SALSA_CI_CONFIG_PATH

Configure repo description using pattern given in desc-pattern

".devscripts" value: SALSA_DESC (yes/no)

Repo description pattern. Default to "Debian package %p". "%p" is replaced by repo name, while "%P" is replaced by repo name given in command (may contains full path).

".devscripts" value: SALSA_DESC_PATTERN

Enable, ignore or disable email-on-push.

".devscripts" value: SALSA_EMAIL (yes/ignore/no, default: ignore)

Email-on-push recipient. Can be multi valued:

  $ salsa update_safe myrepo \
        --email-recipient foo@foobar.org \
        --email-recipient bar@foobar.org
    

If recipient value contains "%p", it is replaced by project name.

".devscripts" value: SALSA_EMAIL_RECIPIENTS (use spaces to separate multiples recipients)

Enable, ignore or disable issues.

".devscripts" values: SALSA_ENABLE_ISSUES (yes/ignore/no, default: ignore)

Enable, ignore or disable merge requests.

".devscripts" values: SALSA_ENABLE_MR (yes/ignore/no, default: ignore)

IRC channel for KGB or Irker. Can be used more than one time only with --irker.

Important: channel must not include the first "#". If salsa finds a channel starting with "#", it will consider that the channel starts with 2 "#"!

".devscript" value: SALSA_IRC_CHANNEL.

Multiple values must be space separated.

Since configuration files are read using sh, be careful when using "#": you must enclose the channel with quotes, else sh will consider it as a comment and will ignore this value.

Enable, ignore or disable Irker service

".devscripts" values: SALSA_IRKER (yes/ignore/no, default: ignore)

Irker host. Default: ruprecht.snow-crash.org

".devscripts" value: SALSA_IRKER_HOST

Irker port. Default: empty (default value)

".devscripts" value: SALSA_IRKER_PORT

Enable, ignore or disable KGB webhook.

".devscripts" value: SALSA_KGB (yes/ignore/no, default: ignore)

List of KGB enabled options (comma separated). Default: issues_events, merge_requests_events, note_events, pipeline_events, push_events, tag_push_events, wiki_page_events, enable_ssl_verification

  $ salsa update_safe debian/devscripts --kgb --irc-channel devscripts \
    --kgb-options 'merge_requests_events,issues_events,enable_ssl_verification'
    

List of available options: confidential_comments_events, confidential_issues_events, confidential_note_events, enable_ssl_verification, issues_events, job_events, merge_requests_events, note_events, pipeline_events, tag_push_events, wiki_page_events

".devscripts" value: SALSA_KGB_OPTIONS

Don't stop on error when using update_repo with --all.

".devscripts" value: SALSA_NO_FAIL (yes/no)

Rename HEAD branch given by --source-branch into --dest-branch and change "default branch" of project. Works only with update_repo.

".devscripts" value: SALSA_RENAME_HEAD (yes/no)

".devscripts" value: SALSA_SOURCE_BRANCH
".devscripts" value: SALSA_DEST_BRANCH
Enable, ignore or disable "tagpending" webhook.

".devscripts" value: SALSA_TAGPENDING (yes/ignore/no, default: ignore)

Merge requests options

Title for merge request. Default: last commit title.
Description of new MR. Default:
Destination branch. Default to "master".
Destination project. Default: project from which the current project was forked; or, if not found, "upstream" value found using git remote --verbose show; or using source project.

If --mr-dst-project is set to same, salsa will use source project as destination.

Source branch. Default: current branch.
Source project. Default: current project found using git remote --verbose show.
Allow upstream project to squash your commits, this is the default.

".devscripts" value: SALSA_MR_ALLOW_SQUASH (yes/no)

Remove source branch if merge request is accepted. Default: no.

".devscripts" value: SALSA_MR_REMOVE_SOURCE_BRANCH (yes/no)

Options to manage other Gitlab instances

GitLab API. Default: <https://salsa.debian.org/api/v4>.

".devscripts" value: SALSA_API_URL

Default to "git@salsa.debian.org:"

".devscripts" value: SALSA_GIT_SERVER_URL

Default to "ircs://irc.oftc.net:6697/"

".devscripts" value: SALSA_IRKER_SERVER_URL

Default to <http://kgb.debian.net:9418/webhook/?channel=>

".devscripts" value: SALSA_KGB_SERVER_URL

Default to <https://webhook.salsa.debian.org/tagpending/>

".devscripts" value: SALSA_TAGPENDING_SERVER_URL

Configuration file example

Example to use salsa with <https://gitlab.ow2.org> (group "lemonldap-ng"):

  SALSA_TOKEN=`cat ~/.ow2-gitlab-token`
  SALSA_API_URL=https://gitlab.ow2.org/api/v4
  SALSA_GIT_SERVER_URL=git@gitlab.ow2.org:
  SALSA_GROUP_ID=34

Then to use it, add something like this in your ".bashrc" file:

  alias llng_admin='salsa --conffile ~/.salsa-ow2.conf'

SEE ALSO

dpt-salsa

AUTHOR

Xavier Guimard <yadd@debian.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright (C) 2018, Xavier Guimard <yadd@debian.org>

It contains code formerly found in dpt-salsa (pkg-perl-tools) copyright 2018, gregor herrmann <gregoa@debian.org>.

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

2021-06-30 Debian Utilities