Commit 146d4348 authored by Rémy Coutable's avatar Rémy Coutable

Merge branch 'luishgo/gitlab-ce-18898-filter-commits-per-path'

See merge request !4814.
parents d04ce833 f73d83db
......@@ -4,6 +4,7 @@ Please view this file on the master branch, on stable branches it's out of date.
- Adds user project membership expired event to clarify why user was removed (Callum Dryden)
- Trim leading and trailing whitespace on project_path (Linus Thiel)
- Prevent award emoji via notes for issues/MRs authored by user (barthc)
- Adds an optional path parameter to the Commits API to filter commits by path (Luis HGO)
- Fix HipChat notifications rendering (airatshigapov, eisnerd)
- Add hover to trash icon in notes !7008 (blackst0ne)
- Simpler arguments passed to named_route on toggle_award_url helper method
......@@ -19,6 +19,7 @@ module API
optional :until, type: String, desc: 'Only commits before or in this date will be returned'
optional :page, type: Integer, default: 0, desc: 'The page for pagination'
optional :per_page, type: Integer, default: 20, desc: 'The number of results per page'
optional :path, type: String, desc: 'The file path'
get ":id/repository/commits" do
# TODO remove the next line for 9.0, use DateTime type in the params block
......@@ -28,6 +29,7 @@ module API
offset = params[:page] * params[:per_page]
commits = user_project.repository.commits(ref,
path: params[:path],
limit: params[:per_page],
offset: offset,
after: params[:since],
......@@ -72,6 +72,17 @@ describe API::API, api: true do
expect(json_response['message']).to include "\"since\" must be a timestamp in ISO 8601 format"
context "path optional parameter" do
it "returns project commits matching provided path parameter" do
path = 'files/ruby/popen.rb'
get api("/projects/#{}/repository/commits?path=#{path}", user)
expect(json_response.size).to eq(3)
expect(json_response.first["id"]).to eq("570e7b2abdd848b95f2f578043fc23bd6f6fd24d")
describe "Create a commit with multiple files and actions" do
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