btlog: test with `fdroid update` without requiring ssh access

Yay git!  Just use a filesystem git remote instead of ssh.
parent 4b7084f7
Pipeline #7418952 passed with stage
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......@@ -1408,8 +1408,9 @@ def main():
if len(repodirs) > 1:
index.make(apps, sortedids, archapks, repodirs[1], True)
if config.get('binary_transparency_remote'):
btlog.make_binary_transparency_log(repodirs, git_remote=config['binary_transparency_remote'])
git_remote = config.get('binary_transparency_remote')
if git_remote or os.path.isdir(os.path.join('binary_transparency', '.git')):
btlog.make_binary_transparency_log(repodirs, git_remote=git_remote)
if config['update_stats']:
# Update known apks info...
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......@@ -592,12 +592,15 @@ echo_header "copy tests/repo, update with binary transparency log"
REPOROOT=`create_test_dir`
GNUPGHOME=$REPOROOT/gnupghome
KEYSTORE=$WORKSPACE/tests/keystore.jks
mkdir $REPOROOT/git_remote
cd $REPOROOT/git_remote
git init --bare
cd $REPOROOT
$fdroid init --keystore $KEYSTORE --repo-keyalias=sova
cp -a $WORKSPACE/tests/metadata $WORKSPACE/tests/repo $WORKSPACE/tests/stats $REPOROOT/
echo 'keystorepass = "r9aquRHYoI8+dYz6jKrLntQ5/NJNASFBacJh7Jv2BlI="' >> config.py
echo 'keypass = "r9aquRHYoI8+dYz6jKrLntQ5/NJNASFBacJh7Jv2BlI="' >> config.py
echo 'binary_transparency_remote = "git@gitlab.com:fdroid-continuous-integration/binary-transparency.git"' >> config.py
echo "binary_transparency_remote = '$REPOROOT/git_remote'" >> config.py
echo "accepted_formats = ['json', 'txt', 'yml']" >> config.py
$fdroid update --verbose --pretty
test -e repo/index.xml
......@@ -606,6 +609,8 @@ test -e repo/index-v1.jar
grep -F '<application id=' repo/index.xml > /dev/null
cd binary_transparency
[ `git rev-list --count HEAD` == "2" ]
cd $REPOROOT/git_remote
[ `git rev-list --count HEAD` == "2" ]
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