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func UpdateHandler

func UpdateHandler(c *router.Context)

UpdateHandler is the HTTP router handler for handling cron-triggered configuration update requests.


type Builder

type Builder struct {
	// ProjectKey is a datastore key to this Builder's project. Note that this key
	// is a parent key, effectively making the Builder a child of a specific project.
	ProjectKey *datastore.Key `gae:"$parent"`

	// ID is the builder's canonical ID (e.g. <bucket>/<name>).
	ID string `gae:"$id"`

	// Repository is the repository this builder is tracking and the repository that
	// Revision is valid for.
	Repository string

	// Notifications is Notifications proto message, containing Notification messages
	// associated with this builder. Each notification contains information about who
	// to notify, and different settings on how to notify them.
	Notifications notifypb.Notifications

	// Status is current status of the builder.
	// It is updated every time a new build has a new status and either
	//   1) the new build has a newer revision than StatusRevision, or
	//   2) the new build's revision == StatusRevision, but it has a newer
	//      creation time.
	Status buildbucketpb.Status

	// BuildTime is computed as the creation time of the most recent build encountered.
	// It can be used to decide whether Status and this Builder should be updated.
	BuildTime time.Time

	// Revision is the revision of the codebase that's associated with the most
	// recent build encountered. It can be used to decide whether Status should be
	// updated.
	Revision string

	// GitilesCommits are the gitiles commits checked out by the most recent build
	// encountered that had a non-empty checkout. It can also be used to compute a
	// blamelist.
	GitilesCommits notifypb.GitilesCommits
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

Builder represents the state of the last build seen from a particular builder in order to implement certain notification triggers (i.e. on change).

type EmailTemplate

type EmailTemplate struct {
	// ProjectKey is a datastore key of the LUCI project containing this email
	// template.
	ProjectKey *datastore.Key `gae:"$parent"`

	// Name identifies the email template. It is unique within the project.
	Name string `gae:"$id"`

	// SubjectTextTemplate is a text.Template of the email subject.
	SubjectTextTemplate string `gae:",noindex"`

	// BodyHTMLTemplate is a html.Template of the email body.
	BodyHTMLTemplate string `gae:",noindex"`

	// DefinitionURL is a URL to human-viewable page that contains the definition
	// of this email template.
	DefinitionURL string `gae:",noindex"`

EmailTemplate is a Datastore entity directly under Project entity that represents an email template. It is managed by the cron job that ingests configs.

func (*EmailTemplate) Template

func (t *EmailTemplate) Template() *mailtmpl.Template

Template converts t to *mailtmpl.Template.

type Project

type Project struct {
	// Name is the name of the project.
	// This must be unique on this luci-notify instance.
	Name string `gae:"$id"`

	// Revision is the revision of this project's luci-notify configuration.
	Revision string

	// URL is the luci-config URL to this project's luci-notify configuration.
	URL string

	// TreeClosingEnabled determines whether we actually act on TreeClosers
	// for this project, and close/reopen the relevant tree. If false, we
	// still monitor builders, but just log what action we would have taken.
	TreeClosingEnabled bool

Project represents the luci-notify configuration for a single project in the datastore.

type Settings

type Settings struct {
	// ID is the datastore ID for service settings.
	ID string `gae:"$id,service_config"`

	// Revision is the revision of this instance's configuration.
	Revision string

	// Settings is an embedded copy of this instance's configuration proto.
	Settings notifypb.Settings `gae:"-"`

Settings represents the luci-notify configuration for a single instance of the service.

func (*Settings) Load

func (s *Settings) Load(props datastore.PropertyMap) error

Load loads a Settings's information from props.

This implements PropertyLoadSaver. Load unmarshals the property Settings stored in the datastore as a binary proto into the struct's Settings field.

func (*Settings) Save

func (s *Settings) Save(withMeta bool) (datastore.PropertyMap, error)

Save saves a Settings's information to a property map.

This implements PropertyLoadSaver. Save marshals the Settings field as a binary proto and stores it in the Settings property.

type TreeCloser

type TreeCloser struct {
	// BuilderKey is a datastore key to this TreeCloser's parent builder.
	BuilderKey *datastore.Key `gae:"$parent"`

	// TreeStatusHost is the host that this rule opens/closes. This is
	// duplicated from notifypb.TreeCloser, so that we can use it as the ID
	// for datastore. The combination of tree status host and builder is
	// guaranteed to be unique.
	TreeStatusHost string `gae:"$id"`

	// TreeCloser is the underlying TreeCloser proto from the current
	// version of the config.
	TreeCloser notifypb.TreeCloser

	// Status is the current status of this rule. If any TreeCloser for a
	// given tree-status host has a status of 'Closed', the tree will be
	// closed.
	Status TreeCloserStatus

	// Timestamp stores the finish time of the build which caused us to set
	// the current status. This is used to decide which template to use
	// when setting the tree status message.
	Timestamp time.Time

	// Message contains the status message to use if this TreeCloser is the
	// one that updates the status of the tree. Only valid if Status is
	// Closed.
	Message string

TreeCloser represents a tree closing rule from the config, along with its current state.

type TreeCloserStatus

type TreeCloserStatus string
const (
	Open   TreeCloserStatus = "Open"
	Closed TreeCloserStatus = "Closed"