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// Copyright 2014 The Gogs Authors. All rights reserved.
// Copyright 2016 The Gitea Authors. All rights reserved.
// SPDX-License-Identifier: MIT
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package main
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import (
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"os"
"runtime"
"strings"
"time"
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"code.gitea.io/gitea/cmd"
"code.gitea.io/gitea/modules/log"
"code.gitea.io/gitea/modules/setting"
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// register supported doc types
Support asciicast files as new markup (#22448) Support [asciicast files](https://github.com/asciinema/asciinema/blob/develop/doc/asciicast-v2.md) as a new markup via [asciinema-player](https://github.com/asciinema/asciinema-player). For more on asciinema, see the [introduction](https://asciinema.org/). So users can use asciinema recorder to generate an asciicast file (or you can download a sample file from https://asciinema.org/a/335480.cast?dl=1), then upload it to Gitea and play it on Gitea. Snapshots: <details> ## Upload asciicast files <img width="1134" alt="image" src="https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/9418365/212461061-cc2c7181-0e14-4534-af55-1ec60a639fd1.png"> ## Open an asciicast file <img width="1137" alt="image" src="https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/9418365/212461090-a3b5141f-4894-430d-a2b4-ea257801a0ed.png"> ## Play it <img width="1144" alt="image" src="https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/9418365/212461157-4e82db69-0e41-471d-928f-ac1fe0737105.png"> ## Copy contents from the "video" <img width="1145" alt="image" src="https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/9418365/212461286-211612bc-15d6-427a-89a9-6abff5c6a0a5.png"> ## View the source <img width="1140" alt="image" src="https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/9418365/212461187-05473b2d-ba3d-4072-84a6-4aa1e7d82182.png"> </details> Known issue: Don't support the [v1 version asciicast files](https://github.com/asciinema/asciinema/blob/develop/doc/asciicast-v1.md), it's a poorly designed version, it does not specify the file extension and uses `*.json` usually, so it's impossible to recognize the files. Co-authored-by: silverwind <me@silverwind.io> Co-authored-by: Lunny Xiao <xiaolunwen@gmail.com>
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_ "code.gitea.io/gitea/modules/markup/asciicast"
_ "code.gitea.io/gitea/modules/markup/console"
_ "code.gitea.io/gitea/modules/markup/csv"
_ "code.gitea.io/gitea/modules/markup/markdown"
_ "code.gitea.io/gitea/modules/markup/orgmode"
"github.com/urfave/cli/v2"
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)
// these flags will be set by the build flags
var (
Version = "development" // program version for this build
Tags = "" // the Golang build tags
MakeVersion = "" // "make" program version if built with make
)
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func init() {
setting.AppVer = Version
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setting.AppBuiltWith = formatBuiltWith()
setting.AppStartTime = time.Now().UTC()
Refactor path & config system (#25330) # The problem There were many "path tricks": * By default, Gitea uses its program directory as its work path * Gitea tries to use the "work path" to guess its "custom path" and "custom conf (app.ini)" * Users might want to use other directories as work path * The non-default work path should be passed to Gitea by GITEA_WORK_DIR or "--work-path" * But some Gitea processes are started without these values * The "serv" process started by OpenSSH server * The CLI sub-commands started by site admin * The paths are guessed by SetCustomPathAndConf again and again * The default values of "work path / custom path / custom conf" can be changed when compiling # The solution * Use `InitWorkPathAndCommonConfig` to handle these path tricks, and use test code to cover its behaviors. * When Gitea's web server runs, write the WORK_PATH to "app.ini", this value must be the most correct one, because if this value is not right, users would find that the web UI doesn't work and then they should be able to fix it. * Then all other sub-commands can use the WORK_PATH in app.ini to initialize their paths. * By the way, when Gitea starts for git protocol, it shouldn't output any log, otherwise the git protocol gets broken and client blocks forever. The "work path" priority is: WORK_PATH in app.ini > cmd arg --work-path > env var GITEA_WORK_DIR > builtin default The "app.ini" searching order is: cmd arg --config > cmd arg "work path / custom path" > env var "work path / custom path" > builtin default ## ⚠️ BREAKING If your instance's "work path / custom path / custom conf" doesn't meet the requirements (eg: work path must be absolute), Gitea will report a fatal error and exit. You need to set these values according to the error log. ---- Close #24818 Close #24222 Close #21606 Close #21498 Close #25107 Close #24981 Maybe close #24503 Replace #23301 Replace #22754 And maybe more
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}
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func main() {
cli.OsExiter = func(code int) {
log.GetManager().Close()
os.Exit(code)
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}
app := cmd.NewMainApp(Version, formatBuiltWith())
_ = cmd.RunMainApp(app, os.Args...) // all errors should have been handled by the RunMainApp
Rewrite logger system (#24726) ## ⚠️ Breaking The `log.<mode>.<logger>` style config has been dropped. If you used it, please check the new config manual & app.example.ini to make your instance output logs as expected. Although many legacy options still work, it's encouraged to upgrade to the new options. The SMTP logger is deleted because SMTP is not suitable to collect logs. If you have manually configured Gitea log options, please confirm the logger system works as expected after upgrading. ## Description Close #12082 and maybe more log-related issues, resolve some related FIXMEs in old code (which seems unfixable before) Just like rewriting queue #24505 : make code maintainable, clear legacy bugs, and add the ability to support more writers (eg: JSON, structured log) There is a new document (with examples): `logging-config.en-us.md` This PR is safer than the queue rewriting, because it's just for logging, it won't break other logic. ## The old problems The logging system is quite old and difficult to maintain: * Unclear concepts: Logger, NamedLogger, MultiChannelledLogger, SubLogger, EventLogger, WriterLogger etc * Some code is diffuclt to konw whether it is right: `log.DelNamedLogger("console")` vs `log.DelNamedLogger(log.DEFAULT)` vs `log.DelLogger("console")` * The old system heavily depends on ini config system, it's difficult to create new logger for different purpose, and it's very fragile. * The "color" trick is difficult to use and read, many colors are unnecessary, and in the future structured log could help * It's difficult to add other log formats, eg: JSON format * The log outputer doesn't have full control of its goroutine, it's difficult to make outputer have advanced behaviors * The logs could be lost in some cases: eg: no Fatal error when using CLI. * Config options are passed by JSON, which is quite fragile. * INI package makes the KEY in `[log]` section visible in `[log.sub1]` and `[log.sub1.subA]`, this behavior is quite fragile and would cause more unclear problems, and there is no strong requirement to support `log.<mode>.<logger>` syntax. ## The new design See `logger.go` for documents. ## Screenshot <details> ![image](https://github.com/go-gitea/gitea/assets/2114189/4462d713-ba39-41f5-bb08-de912e67e1ff) ![image](https://github.com/go-gitea/gitea/assets/2114189/b188035e-f691-428b-8b2d-ff7b2199b2f9) ![image](https://github.com/go-gitea/gitea/assets/2114189/132e9745-1c3b-4e00-9e0d-15eaea495dee) </details> ## TODO * [x] add some new tests * [x] fix some tests * [x] test some sub-commands (manually ....) --------- Co-authored-by: Jason Song <i@wolfogre.com> Co-authored-by: delvh <dev.lh@web.de> Co-authored-by: Giteabot <teabot@gitea.io>
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log.GetManager().Close()
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}
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func formatBuiltWith() string {
version := runtime.Version()
if len(MakeVersion) > 0 {
version = MakeVersion + ", " + runtime.Version()
}
if len(Tags) == 0 {
return " built with " + version
}
return " built with " + version + " : " + strings.ReplaceAll(Tags, " ", ", ")
}