The git repository structure is described in this file. It can also be derived by scanning the repo itself. The master branch is read only and contains this README.md file only.
The repository is organized in several orphaned branches, each one containing a sub-project. The naming convention naming branches is described in this document.
Branch naming conventions
Project cicn contains several sub-projects. Sub-project subp has a master branch with name origin/subp/master. All commits associated to sub-project subp will belong to the orphaned branch origin/subp. All branches associated to subp must be named as subp/branch-name.
Sub projects contained in the cicn git repository
Sub projects description
|Name||Description||Language and style|
|1. cicn-plugin||VPP forwarder||C GNU style|
|2. sb-forwarder||socket-based forwarder||C GNU style|
|3. libicnet||socket API||C++11 Google style|
|4. cframework||C framework||C GNU style|
|5. ccnxlibs||CCNx libraries||C GNU style|
|6. http-server||HTTP server||C++11 Google style|
|7. viper||Qt/QML video player||C++/QML Qt style|
|8. vicn||vICN framework||python-3 and bash|
|9. android-sdk||Android SDK for ICN||cmake|
For sub-project cicn-plugin, the master branch is cicn-plugin/master that can be cloned as follows:
$ git clone -b cicn-plugin/master https://gerrit.fd.io/r/cicn cicn-plugin
How to manage different master branches
It is suggested to clone each subproject branch in a different workspace to avoid error prone operations. The cicn git repo stores several projects which are independent one to another. While access control and isolation is guaranteed at a certain level by gerrit, using one single workspace is discouraged.
git clone -b cicn-plugin/master https://gerrit.fd.io/r/cicn cicn-plugin; git clone -b sb-forwarder/master https://gerrit.fd.io/r/cicn sb-forwarder; git clone -b libicnet/master https://gerrit.fd.io/r/cicn libicnet; git clone -b cframework/master https://gerrit.fd.io/r/cicn cframework; git clone -b ccnxlibs/master https://gerrit.fd.io/r/cicn ccnxlibs; git clone -b http-server/master https://gerrit.fd.io/r/cicn http-server; git clone -b viper/master https://gerrit.fd.io/r/cicn viper; git clone -b vicn/master https://gerrit.fd.io/r/cicn vicn; git clone -b android-sdk https://gerrit.fd.io/r/cicn android-sdk;
By having multiple sub-projects in the same repo, it is highly recommended to use the following approach while using branches and pushing patch sets.
$ subp = cicm-plugin $ committer = user
$ git clone -b cicn-plugin/master ssh://email@example.com:29418/cicn subp; $ scp -p -P 29418 firstname.lastname@example.org:hooks/commit-msg subp/.git/hooks/;
If you use an email alias like email@example.com that is registered in the gerrit frontend it is recommended to set the following kind of configuration
$ git config --local user.email "$firstname.lastname@example.org" $ git config --local alias.push-for-review "push origin HEAD:refs/for/$subp/master"
this allows to avoid pushing for review to different sub-project branches using the command
$ git push-for-review