# texlive[49980] Master: gitver (7feb19)

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Revision: 49980
http://tug.org/svn/texlive?view=revision&revision=49980
Author:   karl
Date:     2019-02-09 00:00:40 +0100 (Sat, 09 Feb 2019)
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gitver (7feb19)

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trunk/Master/texmf-dist/doc/latex/gitver/COPYING
trunk/Master/texmf-dist/doc/latex/gitver/ChangeLog
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trunk/Master/texmf-dist/doc/latex/gitver/gitver.tex
trunk/Master/texmf-dist/tex/latex/gitver/
trunk/Master/texmf-dist/tex/latex/gitver/gitver.sty
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+2019-02-06
+ * initial release
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+Git Version (version 1.0)
+=========================
+
+URL: https://github.com/charlesbaynham/gitver
+(c) Charles Baynham 2019
+
+
+This package will get a description of the current git version of this
+document and store it in a command \gitVer. If memoir or fancyhdr are in use, it
+will also add this to the document footers unless the option "noheader" is
+passed.
+
+It also defines a command \versionBox{} which outputs a box containing the
+version and date of compilation
+
+For this to work, you must have git installed and available on the command
+line, this document must be part of a git repository, and latex must be
+running in "shell escape" mode. This can be enabled by passing --shell-escape
+on the command line when compiling your docuemnt, or will be available in the
+options of whatever GUI you're using (try Googling).
+
+Note that it's a good idea to tell git to ignore all the latex auxilary files,
+otherwise your version will always be "dirty". Try the .gitignore file from
+[gitignore.io](https://www.gitignore.io/api/latex) if you don't already have
+one.
+
+The package is released 'as is' with no warranty under the LaTeX Project Public

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+%!TEX options = --shell-escape
+%
+% This command causes LatexTools for SublimeText to compile in shell escape mode.
+%
+% If you're not using LatexTools to compile, you will need to enable shell
+% escape on your editor some other way
+
+\documentclass[a4paper]{ltxdoc}
+
+\usepackage{fancyhdr}
+\pagestyle{fancy}
+
+\usepackage{gitver}
+
+
+\begin{document}
+
+\title{\textsf{gitver} -- Git version tags \\
+for \LaTeX{} projects}
+\author{Charles Baynham}
+\date{2019/02/06 (v\,1.0)}
+\MaintainedBy{%
+	This file is maintained by Charles Baynham.\\%
+	Bug reports can be opened at\\%
+	\url{https://github.com/charlesbaynham/gitver}.
+}
+
+\maketitle
+
+\section{Introduction}
+
+The \textsf{gitver} package gets a description of the current git version of this
+document and store it in a command |\gitVer|. If memoir or fancyhdr are in use, it
+will also add this to the document footers unless the option "noheader" is
+passed.
+
+It also defines a command |\versionBox| which outputs a box containing the
+version and date of compilation.
+
+For this to work, you must have git installed and available on the command
+line, this document must be part of a git repository, and latex must be
+running in "shell escape" mode. This can be enabled by passing \textsf{--shell-escape}
+on the command line when compiling your docuemnt, or will be available in the
+options of whatever GUI you're using (try Googling).
+
+Note that it's a good idea to tell git to ignore all the latex auxilary files,
+otherwise your version will always be dirty''. Try the \textsf{.gitignore} file from
+\url{https://www.gitignore.io/api/latex} if you don't already have
+one.
+
+The package is released as is'' with no warranty under the LaTeX Project Public
+
+\section{Usage}
+
+\subsection{Macros} % (fold)
+\label{sub:macros}
+
+% subsection macros (end)
+
+\DescribeMacro{\gitVer}
+%
+The main point of this package, the command |\gitVer| prints a string of text describing the current revision of this git repository. Use like so:
+\begin{quote}
+	The current version of this repository is |\gitVer{}|''.
+\end{quote}
+which compiles to
+\begin{quote}
+	The current version of this repository is \gitVer{}''.
+\end{quote}
+
+\DescribeMacro{\versionBox}
+Alternatively, you can use a |\versionBox|, most commonly in the footer:
+\begin{quote}
+	|\versionBox{}|
+\end{quote}
+%
+gives the output:
+\vspace{3mm}
+
+\versionBox{}
+
+\subsection{Footers} % (fold)
+\label{sub:footers}
+
+By default, \textsf{gitver} will try to place a |\versionBox| into the footer of your document. If you're using the |memoir| class or the |fancyhdr| package, this will happen automatically. This document has these footers enabled: have a look at the bottom of this page for an example.
+
+
+If you include |gitver| without either of |memoir| or |fancyhdr| loaded, it will complain. To suppress this complaint, pass the |noheader| option.
+
+To customise the header / footer behavior, pass |noheader| and then use a combination of |\versionBox| and |\gitVer| to make your own headers/footers.
+
+% subsection footers (end)
+
+
+\DescribeMacro{nopdfinfo}
+By default, this package also adds the git tag to to pdf document's metadata under the subject field. To disable this behaviour, pass the option |nopdfinfo|.
+
+
+\end{document}

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+% gitVer
+%
+% (c) Charles Baynham 2018
+%
+%
+% This package will get a description of the current git version of this
+% document and store it in a command "\gitVer". If memoir is installed, it
+% passed.
+%
+% It also defines a command "\versionBox{}" which outputs a box containing the
+% version and date of compilation
+%
+% For this to work, you must have git installed and available on the command
+% line, and latex must be running in "shell escape" mode.
+%
+
+\NeedsTeXFormat{LaTeX2e}
+\def\@gitVerPkgName{gitver}
+\ProvidesPackage{\@gitVerPkgName}
+  [2019/02/06 v1.0 Access current git version and optionally add it to document headers]
+
+\RequirePackage{hyperref}
+\RequirePackage{catchfile}
+\RequirePackage{pdftexcmds}
+\RequirePackage{datetime}
+
+%%% Package options %%%
+
+}
+%
+%% 'nopdfinfo' option
+\newif\if at gitver@pdfsubect
+\@gitver at pdfsubecttrue
+\DeclareOption{nopdfinfo}{
+	\@gitver at pdfsubectfalse
+}
+%
+\ProcessOptions\relax
+
+%%% End package options %%%
+
+% Define some ifs
+\newif\if at gitver@success
+
+% https://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/88614/how-do-you-detect-restricted-write18-support
+
+\ifcase\pdf at shellescape
+  \or
+  \or
+ \fi
+
+	\PackageInfo{\@gitVerPkgName}{Shell escape enabled}%
+%
+	% Get current git version
+	% Note: this command requires (a) git installed and (b) shell escape in latex enabled
+	\immediate\write18{ git describe --match nopenopenope --always --long --dirty --abbrev=6 > \jobname_desc.aux }
+%
+	% Extract this into a new variable, gitVer
+	\@gitver at successfalse
+	\IfFileExists{\jobname_desc.aux}{
+		% Read the file into \gitVer
+		\CatchFileDef{\gitVer}{\jobname_desc.aux}{}
+
+		% Check if the macro \gitVer is "\par ": this is its definition if the file had no contents
+		\def\@gitver at emptyfile{\par }
+
+		\ifx\gitVer\@gitver at emptyfile%
+			\PackageError{\@gitVerPkgName}{Git output is empty: is this folder a git repo?}{Make sure that this directory has had "git init" called in it, and has at least one commit.}
+		\else
+			\@gitver at successtrue
+		\fi
+	}
+
+	\if at gitver@success
+	\else
+		\PackageWarning{\@gitVerPkgName}{Git command failed: writing as "unknown"}%
+		\def\gitVer{unknown}
+	\fi
+%
+	% Make a box containing the date and version
+	% \newcommand{\versionBox}{\fbox{Manuscript version: \textit{\#\gitVer} - \today{} \currenttime{} }}
+	\newcommand{\versionBox}{\fbox{Manuscript version: \textit{\#\gitVer} - \today{} \currenttime{} }}
+%
+	% If we're using memoir, put the tag into into the header
+%
+	  {%
+	  	\PackageInfo{\@gitVerPkgName}{Memoir detected}%
+		\else%
+			% Add the git version and the date/time to the header / footer
+			\makeoddfoot{Ruled}{\versionBox}{}{\thepage}
+			\makeevenfoot{Ruled}{\thepage}{}{\versionBox}
+		\fi%
+	}{%
+		% If we're not using memoir, but we are using fancyhdr, also add to the header
+		{%
+			\else%
+				\fancyfoot[L]{\versionBox}
+				\fancyfoot[C]{}
+				\fancyfoot[R]{\thepage}
+			\fi
+		}{%
+			% No memoir or fancyhdr
+			\else%
+				\PackageWarning{\@gitVerPkgName}{Not changing the document headers because you're not using "memoir" or "fancyhdr" package. Pass "noheader" to suppress this warning, or use one of these classes / packages.}
+			\fi
+		}
+	}%
+
+	\if at gitver@pdfsubect%
+		% Put it into the metadata too
+		\hypersetup{
+			pdfsubject={Version \#\gitVer{}}
+		}%
+	\fi%
+\else
+	\PackageError{\@gitVerPkgName}{Shell escape not enabled}{Latex failed to write a file. This is probably because shell-escape mode is disabled: you must turn this on!}
+
+	\def\versionBox{???}
+	\def\gitVer{unknown}
+\fi

Property changes on: trunk/Master/texmf-dist/tex/latex/gitver/gitver.sty
___________________________________________________________________
## -0,0 +1 ##
+native
\ No newline at end of property
Modified: trunk/Master/tlpkg/bin/tlpkg-ctan-check
===================================================================
--- trunk/Master/tlpkg/bin/tlpkg-ctan-check	2019-02-08 22:59:45 UTC (rev 49979)
+++ trunk/Master/tlpkg/bin/tlpkg-ctan-check	2019-02-08 23:00:40 UTC (rev 49980)
@@ -313,7 +313,7 @@
gfsneohellenic gfsneohellenicmath
gfsporson gfssolomos
ghab ghsystem gillcm gillius gincltex ginpenc
-    gitfile-info gitinfo gitinfo2 gitlog
+    gitfile-info gitinfo gitinfo2 gitlog gitver
globalvals gloss glossaries
glossaries-danish glossaries-dutch
glossaries-english glossaries-estonian glossaries-extra

Modified: trunk/Master/tlpkg/tlpsrc/collection-latexextra.tlpsrc
===================================================================
--- trunk/Master/tlpkg/tlpsrc/collection-latexextra.tlpsrc	2019-02-08 22:59:45 UTC (rev 49979)
+++ trunk/Master/tlpkg/tlpsrc/collection-latexextra.tlpsrc	2019-02-08 23:00:40 UTC (rev 49980)
@@ -495,6 +495,7 @@
depend gitinfo
depend gitinfo2
depend gitlog
+depend gitver
depend globalvals
depend gloss
depend glossaries