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#!/usr/bin/env bash
set -e
# --print: avoid dependency on environment
optPrint=
if [ "$1" == "--print" ]; then
optPrint=true
shift
fi
if [ "$#" != 1 ] && [ "$#" != 2 ]; then
cat <<-EOF
Usage: $0 [--print] commit-spec [commit-spec]
You need to be in a git-controlled nixpkgs tree.
The current state of the tree will be used if the second commit is missing.
EOF
exit 1
fi
# A slightly hacky way to get the config.
parallel="$(echo 'config.rebuild-amount.parallel or false' | nix-repl . 2>/dev/null \
| grep -v '^\(nix-repl.*\)\?$' | tail -n 1 || true)"
echo "Estimating rebuild amount by counting changed Hydra jobs."
toRemove=()
cleanup() {
rm -rf "${toRemove[@]}"
}
trap cleanup EXIT SIGINT SIGQUIT ERR
MKTEMP='mktemp --tmpdir nix-rebuild-amount-XXXXXXXX'
nixexpr() {
cat <<-EONIX
let
lib = import $1/lib;
hydraJobs = import $1/pkgs/top-level/release.nix
# Compromise: accuracy vs. resources needed for evaluation.
{ supportedSystems = cfg.systems or [ "x86_64-linux" "x86_64-darwin" ]; };
cfg = (import $1 {}).config.rebuild-amount or {};
recurseIntoAttrs = attrs: attrs // { recurseForDerivations = true; };
# hydraJobs leaves recurseForDerivations as empty attrmaps;
# that would break nix-env and we also need to recurse everywhere.
tweak = lib.mapAttrs
(name: val:
if name == "recurseForDerivations" then true
else if lib.isAttrs val && val.type or null != "derivation"
then recurseIntoAttrs (tweak val)
else val
);
# Some of these contain explicit references to platform(s) we want to avoid;
# some even (transitively) depend on ~/.nixpkgs/config.nix (!)
blacklist = [
"tarball" "metrics" "manual"
"darwin-tested" "unstable" "stdenvBootstrapTools"
"moduleSystem" "lib-tests" # these just confuse the output
];
in
tweak (builtins.removeAttrs hydraJobs blacklist)
EONIX
}
# Output packages in tree $2 that weren't in $1.
# Changing the output hash or name is taken as a change.
# Extra nix-env parameters can be in $3
newPkgs() {
# We use files instead of pipes, as running multiple nix-env processes
# could eat too much memory for a standard 4GiB machine.
local -a list
for i in 1 2; do
local l="$($MKTEMP)"
list[$i]="$l"
toRemove+=("$l")
local expr="$($MKTEMP)"
toRemove+=("$expr")
nixexpr "${!i}" > "$expr"
nix-env -f "$expr" -qaP --no-name --out-path --show-trace $3 \
| sort > "${list[$i]}" &
if [ "$parallel" != "true" ]; then
wait
fi
done
wait
comm -13 "${list[@]}"
}
# Prepare nixpkgs trees.
declare -a tree
for i in 1 2; do
if [ -n "${!i}" ]; then # use the given commit
dir="$($MKTEMP -d)"
tree[$i]="$dir"
toRemove+=("$dir")
git clone --shared --no-checkout --quiet . "${tree[$i]}"
(cd "${tree[$i]}" && git checkout --quiet "${!i}")
else #use the current tree
tree[$i]="$(pwd)"
fi
done
newlist="$($MKTEMP)"
toRemove+=("$newlist")
# Notes:
# - the evaluation is done on x86_64-linux, like on Hydra.
# - using $newlist file so that newPkgs() isn't in a sub-shell (because of toRemove)
newPkgs "${tree[1]}" "${tree[2]}" '--argstr system "x86_64-linux"' > "$newlist"
# Hacky: keep only the last word of each attribute path and sort.
sed -n 's/\([^. ]*\.\)*\([^. ]*\) .*$/\2/p' < "$newlist" \
| sort | uniq -c
if [ -n "$optPrint" ]; then
echo
cat "$newlist"
fi