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Work with Bitbucket POST calls to update a local repo in response
to a bitbucket event.



### myfile.wsgi ###

from publishthing import dvcs_hooks

mapping = {
        "local_repo": "/path/to/your/repo.git",
        "remote": "origin",
        "push_to": ["github", "some_server"]

application = dvcs_hooks.bitbucket(mapping)


### then set up a URL to point to the .wsgi file:

then set up POST in bitbucket to refer to this URL.

When bitbucket posts to that URL, you'll get "cd <path_to_repo>; git remote update"
to keep it up to date.   This assumes the repo is a --mirror repo.


from webob import Request, Response
import json
import os
from core import update_git_mirror, log, git_push

def bitbucket(mapping):
    def application(environ, start_response):
        req = Request(environ)
        res = Response()
        res.content_type = 'text/plain'

        payload = req.params.get('payload', None)
            log("message received....")
            message = json.loads(payload)
        except ValueError:
            log("couldn't parse payload")
            message = repo = None
            repo = message['repository']['absolute_url']
            log("repo url: %s", repo)
            if repo in mapping and message['repository']['scm'] == 'git':
                entry = mapping[repo]
                update_git_mirror(entry['local_repo'], entry['remote'])
                if 'push_to' in entry:
                    for push_to in entry['push_to']:
                        git_push(entry['local_repo'], push_to)

        res.body = "OK"
        return res(environ, start_response)
    return application
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