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#! /bin/sh
export LANG=C LC_ALL=C LC_COLLATE=C
# Load git log
git_data="$(git log | grep 'Author:' |
sed -e 's/^ *Author://; s/\\//g; s/^ *//; s/ *$//;
s/ @ .*//; s/ *[<]/\t/; s/[>]//')"
# Name - nick - email correspondence from log and from maintainer list
# Also there are a few manual entries
maintainers="$(cat "$(dirname "$0")/../../lib/maintainers.nix" |
grep '=' | sed -re 's/\\"/''/g;
s/ *([^ =]*) *= *" *(.*[^ ]) *[<](.*)[>] *".*/\1\t\2\t\3/')"
git_lines="$( ( echo "$git_data";
cat vanity-manual-equalities.txt) | sort |uniq)"
# For RDF
normalize_name () {
sed -e 's/ /_/g; s/'\''/*/g; s/"/**/g;'
}
denormalize_name () {
sed -e 's/_/ /g; s/[*][*]/"/g; s/[*]/'\''/g;'
}
n3="$(mktemp --suffix .n3)"
# «The same person» relation and a sorting hint
# Full name is something with a space
(
echo "$git_lines" | sed -re 's@(.*)\t(.*)@<my://name/\1> <my://can-be> <my://name/\2>.@'
echo "$git_lines" | sed -re 's@(.*)\t(.*)@<my://name/\2> <my://can-be> <my://name/\1>.@'
echo "$maintainers" | sed -re 's@(.*)\t(.*)\t(.*)@<my://name/\1> <my://can-be> <my://name/\2>.@'
echo "$maintainers" | sed -re 's@(.*)\t(.*)\t(.*)@<my://name/\2> <my://can-be> <my://name/\3>.@'
echo "$maintainers" | sed -re 's@(.*)\t(.*)\t(.*)@<my://name/\3> <my://can-be> <my://name/\1>.@'
echo "$git_lines" | grep ' ' | cut -f 1 | sed -e 's@.*@<my://name/&> <my://is-name> <my://0>.@'
echo "$git_lines" | grep -v ' ' | cut -f 1 | sed -e 's@.*@<my://name/&> <my://is-name> <my://1>.@'
echo "$maintainers" | cut -f 2 | sed -e 's@.*@<my://name/&> <my://is-name> <my://0>.@'
) | normalize_name | grep -E '<my://[-a-z]+>' | sort | uniq > "$n3"
# Get transitive closure
sparql="$(nix-build '<nixpkgs>' -A apache-jena --no-out-link)/bin/sparql"
name_list="$(
"$sparql" --results=TSV --data="$n3" "
select ?x ?y ?g where {
?x <my://can-be>+ ?y.
?x <my://is-name> ?g.
}
" | tail -n +2 |
sed -re 's@<my://name/@@g; s@<my://@@g; s@>@@g;' |
sort -k 2,3 -t ' '
)"
# Take first spelling option for every person
name_list_canonical="$(echo "$name_list" | cut -f 1,2 | uniq -f1)"
cleaner_script="$(echo "$name_list_canonical" | denormalize_name |
sed -re 's/(.*)\t(.*)/s#^\2$#\1#g/g')"
echo "$name_list" | denormalize_name
echo
echo "$git_data" | cut -f 1 | sed -re "$cleaner_script" | sort | uniq -c | sort -k1n