Commit 3cf68362 authored by Rémy Coutable's avatar Rémy Coutable

Merge branch 'ccr/add_locked_state' into 'master'

Add locked state to merge request API

See merge request gitlab-org/gitlab-ce!20186
parents 61c17b25 c2b622b2
......@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@
# current_user - which user use
# params:
# scope: 'created_by_me' or 'assigned_to_me' or 'all'
# state: 'opened' or 'closed' or 'all'
# state: 'opened' or 'closed' or 'locked' or 'all'
# group_id: integer
# project_id: integer
# milestone_title: string
......@@ -311,6 +311,8 @@ class IssuableFinder
items.respond_to?(:merged) ? items.merged : items.closed
when 'opened'
items.opened
when 'locked'
items.where(state: 'locked')
else
items
end
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......@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
# current_user - which user use
# params:
# scope: 'created_by_me' or 'assigned_to_me' or 'all'
# state: 'open', 'closed', 'merged', or 'all'
# state: 'open', 'closed', 'merged', 'locked', or 'all'
# group_id: integer
# project_id: integer
# milestone_title: string
......
---
title: Adds the `locked` state to the merge request API so that it can be used as a search filter.
merge_request: 20186
author:
type: fixed
......@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ default it returns only merge requests created by the current user. To
get all merge requests, use parameter `scope=all`.
The `state` parameter can be used to get only merge requests with a
given state (`opened`, `closed`, or `merged`) or all of them (`all`).
given state (`opened`, `closed`, `locked`, or `merged`) or all of them (`all`). It should be noted that when searching by `locked` it will mostly return no results as it is a short-lived, transitional state.
The pagination parameters `page` and `per_page` can be used to
restrict the list of merge requests.
......@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ Parameters:
| Attribute | Type | Required | Description |
| ------------------- | -------- | -------- | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- |
| `state` | string | no | Return all merge requests or just those that are `opened`, `closed`, or `merged` |
| `state` | string | no | Return all merge requests or just those that are `opened`, `closed`, `locked`, or `merged` |
| `order_by` | string | no | Return requests ordered by `created_at` or `updated_at` fields. Default is `created_at` |
| `sort` | string | no | Return requests sorted in `asc` or `desc` order. Default is `desc` |
| `milestone` | string | no | Return merge requests for a specific milestone |
......@@ -122,7 +122,7 @@ Parameters:
## List project merge requests
Get all merge requests for this project.
The `state` parameter can be used to get only merge requests with a given state (`opened`, `closed`, or `merged`) or all of them (`all`).
The `state` parameter can be used to get only merge requests with a given state (`opened`, `closed`, `locked`, or `merged`) or all of them (`all`).
The pagination parameters `page` and `per_page` can be used to restrict the list of merge requests.
```
......@@ -155,7 +155,7 @@ Parameters:
| ------------------- | -------------- | -------- | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ |
| `id` | integer | yes | The ID of a project |
| `iids[]` | Array[integer] | no | Return the request having the given `iid` |
| `state` | string | no | Return all merge requests or just those that are `opened`, `closed`, or `merged` |
| `state` | string | no | Return all merge requests or just those that are `opened`, `closed`, `locked`, or `merged` |
| `order_by` | string | no | Return requests ordered by `created_at` or `updated_at` fields. Default is `created_at` |
| `sort` | string | no | Return requests sorted in `asc` or `desc` order. Default is `desc` |
| `milestone` | string | no | Return merge requests for a specific milestone |
......@@ -243,7 +243,7 @@ Parameters:
## List group merge requests
Get all merge requests for this group and its subgroups.
The `state` parameter can be used to get only merge requests with a given state (`opened`, `closed`, or `merged`) or all of them (`all`).
The `state` parameter can be used to get only merge requests with a given state (`opened`, `closed`, `locked`, or `merged`) or all of them (`all`).
The pagination parameters `page` and `per_page` can be used to restrict the list of merge requests.
```
......@@ -262,7 +262,7 @@ Parameters:
| Attribute | Type | Required | Description |
| ------------------- | -------------- | -------- | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ |
| `id` | integer | yes | The ID of a group |
| `state` | string | no | Return all merge requests or just those that are `opened`, `closed`, or `merged` |
| `state` | string | no | Return all merge requests or just those that are `opened`, `closed`, `locked`, or `merged` |
| `order_by` | string | no | Return merge requests ordered by `created_at` or `updated_at` fields. Default is `created_at` |
| `sort` | string | no | Return merge requests sorted in `asc` or `desc` order. Default is `desc` |
| `milestone` | string | no | Return merge requests for a specific milestone |
......
......@@ -72,8 +72,8 @@ module API
end
params :merge_requests_params do
optional :state, type: String, values: %w[opened closed merged all], default: 'all',
desc: 'Return opened, closed, merged, or all merge requests'
optional :state, type: String, values: %w[opened closed locked merged all], default: 'all',
desc: 'Return opened, closed, locked, merged, or all merge requests'
optional :order_by, type: String, values: %w[created_at updated_at], default: 'created_at',
desc: 'Return merge requests ordered by `created_at` or `updated_at` fields.'
optional :sort, type: String, values: %w[asc desc], default: 'desc',
......
......@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ describe MergeRequestsFinder do
let!(:merge_request1) { create(:merge_request, :simple, author: user, source_project: project2, target_project: project1) }
let!(:merge_request2) { create(:merge_request, :conflict, author: user, source_project: project2, target_project: project1, state: 'closed') }
let!(:merge_request3) { create(:merge_request, :simple, author: user, source_project: project2, target_project: project2) }
let!(:merge_request3) { create(:merge_request, :simple, author: user, source_project: project2, target_project: project2, state: 'locked') }
let!(:merge_request4) { create(:merge_request, :simple, author: user, source_project: project3, target_project: project3) }
let!(:merge_request5) { create(:merge_request, :simple, author: user, source_project: project4, target_project: project4) }
......@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ describe MergeRequestsFinder do
it 'filters by scope' do
params = { scope: 'authored', state: 'opened' }
merge_requests = described_class.new(user, params).execute
expect(merge_requests.size).to eq(4)
expect(merge_requests.size).to eq(3)
end
it 'filters by project' do
......@@ -90,6 +90,14 @@ describe MergeRequestsFinder do
expect(merge_requests).to contain_exactly(merge_request2)
end
it 'filters by state' do
params = { state: 'locked' }
merge_requests = described_class.new(user, params).execute
expect(merge_requests).to contain_exactly(merge_request3)
end
context 'filtering by group milestone' do
let!(:group) { create(:group, :public) }
let(:group_milestone) { create(:milestone, group: group) }
......@@ -199,7 +207,7 @@ describe MergeRequestsFinder do
it 'returns the number of rows for the default state' do
finder = described_class.new(user)
expect(finder.row_count).to eq(4)
expect(finder.row_count).to eq(3)
end
it 'returns the number of rows for a given state' do
......
......@@ -14,6 +14,7 @@ describe API::MergeRequests do
let!(:merge_request) { create(:merge_request, :simple, milestone: milestone1, author: user, assignee: user, source_project: project, target_project: project, title: "Test", created_at: base_time) }
let!(:merge_request_closed) { create(:merge_request, state: "closed", milestone: milestone1, author: user, assignee: user, source_project: project, target_project: project, title: "Closed test", created_at: base_time + 1.second) }
let!(:merge_request_merged) { create(:merge_request, state: "merged", author: user, assignee: user, source_project: project, target_project: project, title: "Merged test", created_at: base_time + 2.seconds, merge_commit_sha: '9999999999999999999999999999999999999999') }
let!(:merge_request_locked) { create(:merge_request, state: "locked", milestone: milestone1, author: user, assignee: user, source_project: project, target_project: project, title: "Locked test", created_at: base_time + 1.second) }
let!(:note) { create(:note_on_merge_request, author: user, project: project, noteable: merge_request, note: "a comment on a MR") }
let!(:note2) { create(:note_on_merge_request, author: user, project: project, noteable: merge_request, note: "another comment on a MR") }
let!(:label) do
......@@ -85,7 +86,7 @@ describe API::MergeRequests do
get api('/merge_requests', user), scope: :all
expect_response_contain_exactly(merge_request2, merge_request_merged, merge_request_closed, merge_request)
expect_response_contain_exactly(merge_request2, merge_request_merged, merge_request_closed, merge_request, merge_request_locked)
expect(json_response.map { |mr| mr['id'] }).not_to include(merge_request3.id)
end
......@@ -158,7 +159,7 @@ describe API::MergeRequests do
it 'returns merge requests with the given source branch' do
get api('/merge_requests', user), source_branch: merge_request_closed.source_branch, state: 'all'
expect_response_contain_exactly(merge_request_closed, merge_request_merged)
expect_response_contain_exactly(merge_request_closed, merge_request_merged, merge_request_locked)
end
end
......@@ -166,7 +167,7 @@ describe API::MergeRequests do
it 'returns merge requests with the given target branch' do
get api('/merge_requests', user), target_branch: merge_request_closed.target_branch, state: 'all'
expect_response_contain_exactly(merge_request_closed, merge_request_merged)
expect_response_contain_exactly(merge_request_closed, merge_request_merged, merge_request_locked)
end
end
......@@ -219,6 +220,14 @@ describe API::MergeRequests do
expect_response_ordered_exactly(merge_request)
end
end
context 'state param' do
it 'returns merge requests with the given state' do
get api('/merge_requests', user), state: 'locked'
expect_response_contain_exactly(merge_request_locked)
end
end
end
end
......
......@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ shared_examples 'merge requests list' do
expect(response).to have_gitlab_http_status(200)
expect(response).to include_pagination_headers
expect(json_response).to be_an Array
expect(json_response.length).to eq(3)
expect(json_response.length).to eq(4)
expect(json_response.last['title']).to eq(merge_request.title)
expect(json_response.last).to have_key('web_url')
expect(json_response.last['sha']).to eq(merge_request.diff_head_sha)
......@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@ shared_examples 'merge requests list' do
expect(response).to include_pagination_headers
expect(json_response.last.keys).to match_array(%w(id iid title web_url created_at description project_id state updated_at))
expect(json_response).to be_an Array
expect(json_response.length).to eq(3)
expect(json_response.length).to eq(4)
expect(json_response.last['iid']).to eq(merge_request.iid)
expect(json_response.last['title']).to eq(merge_request.title)
expect(json_response.last).to have_key('web_url')
......@@ -70,7 +70,7 @@ shared_examples 'merge requests list' do
expect(response).to have_gitlab_http_status(200)
expect(response).to include_pagination_headers
expect(json_response).to be_an Array
expect(json_response.length).to eq(3)
expect(json_response.length).to eq(4)
expect(json_response.last['title']).to eq(merge_request.title)
end
......@@ -216,7 +216,7 @@ shared_examples 'merge requests list' do
expect(response).to have_gitlab_http_status(200)
expect(response).to include_pagination_headers
expect(json_response).to be_an Array
expect(json_response.length).to eq(3)
expect(json_response.length).to eq(4)
response_dates = json_response.map { |merge_request| merge_request['created_at'] }
expect(response_dates).to eq(response_dates.sort)
end
......@@ -229,7 +229,7 @@ shared_examples 'merge requests list' do
expect(response).to have_gitlab_http_status(200)
expect(response).to include_pagination_headers
expect(json_response).to be_an Array
expect(json_response.length).to eq(3)
expect(json_response.length).to eq(4)
response_dates = json_response.map { |merge_request| merge_request['created_at'] }
expect(response_dates).to eq(response_dates.sort.reverse)
end
......@@ -242,7 +242,7 @@ shared_examples 'merge requests list' do
expect(response).to have_gitlab_http_status(200)
expect(response).to include_pagination_headers
expect(json_response).to be_an Array
expect(json_response.length).to eq(3)
expect(json_response.length).to eq(4)
response_dates = json_response.map { |merge_request| merge_request['updated_at'] }
expect(response_dates).to eq(response_dates.sort.reverse)
end
......@@ -255,7 +255,7 @@ shared_examples 'merge requests list' do
expect(response).to have_gitlab_http_status(200)
expect(response).to include_pagination_headers
expect(json_response).to be_an Array
expect(json_response.length).to eq(3)
expect(json_response.length).to eq(4)
response_dates = json_response.map { |merge_request| merge_request['created_at'] }
expect(response_dates).to eq(response_dates.sort)
end
......@@ -265,7 +265,7 @@ shared_examples 'merge requests list' do
it 'returns merge requests with the given source branch' do
get api(endpoint_path, user), source_branch: merge_request_closed.source_branch, state: 'all'
expect_response_contain_exactly(merge_request_closed, merge_request_merged)
expect_response_contain_exactly(merge_request_closed, merge_request_merged, merge_request_locked)
end
end
......@@ -273,7 +273,7 @@ shared_examples 'merge requests list' do
it 'returns merge requests with the given target branch' do
get api(endpoint_path, user), target_branch: merge_request_closed.target_branch, state: 'all'
expect_response_contain_exactly(merge_request_closed, merge_request_merged)
expect_response_contain_exactly(merge_request_closed, merge_request_merged, merge_request_locked)
end
end
end
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