changeset 320:47ad81d343e8

7023111: Add webrev script to make/scripts Reviewed-by: darcy
author ohair
date Tue, 01 Mar 2011 11:54:05 -0800
parents 0f62a65fb666
children 258b21c7f4af
files make/scripts/webrev.ksh
diffstat 1 files changed, 3182 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-) [+]
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+#!/bin/ksh -p
+#
+# CDDL HEADER START
+#
+# The contents of this file are subject to the terms of the
+# Common Development and Distribution License (the "License").
+# You may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
+#
+# You can obtain a copy of the license at usr/src/OPENSOLARIS.LICENSE
+# or http://www.opensolaris.org/os/licensing.
+# See the License for the specific language governing permissions
+# and limitations under the License.
+#
+# When distributing Covered Code, include this CDDL HEADER in each
+# file and include the License file at usr/src/OPENSOLARIS.LICENSE.
+# If applicable, add the following below this CDDL HEADER, with the
+# fields enclosed by brackets "[]" replaced with your own identifying
+# information: Portions Copyright [yyyy] [name of copyright owner]
+#
+# CDDL HEADER END
+#
+# Copyright (c) 2008, 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
+# Use is subject to license terms.
+#
+# This script takes a file list and a workspace and builds a set of html files
+# suitable for doing a code review of source changes via a web page.
+# Documentation is available via 'webrev -h'.
+#
+
+WEBREV_UPDATED=23.18-hg
+
+HTML='<?xml version="1.0"?>
+<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"
+    "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
+<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en">\n'
+
+FRAMEHTML='<?xml version="1.0"?>
+<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Frameset//EN"
+    "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-frameset.dtd">
+<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en">\n'
+
+STDHEAD='<meta http-equiv="cache-control" content="no-cache" />
+<meta http-equiv="Pragma" content="no-cache" />
+<meta http-equiv="Expires" content="-1" />
+<!--
+   Note to customizers: the body of the webrev is IDed as SUNWwebrev
+   to allow easy overriding by users of webrev via the userContent.css
+   mechanism available in some browsers.
+
+   For example, to have all "removed" information be red instead of
+   brown, set a rule in your userContent.css file like:
+
+       body#SUNWwebrev span.removed { color: red ! important; }
+-->
+<style type="text/css" media="screen">
+body {
+    background-color: #eeeeee;
+}
+hr {
+    border: none 0;
+    border-top: 1px solid #aaa;
+    height: 1px;
+}
+div.summary {
+    font-size: .8em;
+    border-bottom: 1px solid #aaa;
+    padding-left: 1em;
+    padding-right: 1em;
+}
+div.summary h2 {
+    margin-bottom: 0.3em;
+}
+div.summary table th {
+    text-align: right;
+    vertical-align: top;
+    white-space: nowrap;
+}
+span.lineschanged {
+    font-size: 0.7em;
+}
+span.oldmarker {
+    color: red;
+    font-size: large;
+    font-weight: bold;
+}
+span.newmarker {
+    color: green;
+    font-size: large;
+    font-weight: bold;
+}
+span.removed {
+    color: brown;
+}
+span.changed {
+    color: blue;
+}
+span.new {
+    color: blue;
+    font-weight: bold;
+}
+a.print { font-size: x-small; }
+
+</style>
+
+<style type="text/css" media="print">
+pre { font-size: 0.8em; font-family: courier, monospace; }
+span.removed { color: #444; font-style: italic }
+span.changed { font-weight: bold; }
+span.new { font-weight: bold; }
+span.newmarker { font-size: 1.2em; font-weight: bold; }
+span.oldmarker { font-size: 1.2em; font-weight: bold; }
+a.print {display: none}
+hr { border: none 0; border-top: 1px solid #aaa; height: 1px; }
+</style>
+'
+
+#
+# UDiffs need a slightly different CSS rule for 'new' items (we don't
+# want them to be bolded as we do in cdiffs or sdiffs).
+#
+UDIFFCSS='
+<style type="text/css" media="screen">
+span.new {
+    color: blue;
+    font-weight: normal;
+}
+</style>
+'
+
+#
+# input_cmd | html_quote | output_cmd
+# or
+# html_quote filename | output_cmd
+#
+# Make a piece of source code safe for display in an HTML <pre> block.
+#
+html_quote()
+{
+	sed -e "s/&/\&amp;/g" -e "s/</\&lt;/g" -e "s/>/\&gt;/g" "$@" | expand
+}
+
+#
+# input_cmd | bug2url | output_cmd
+#
+# Scan for bugids and insert <a> links to the relevent bug database.
+#
+bug2url()
+{
+	sed -e 's|[0-9]\{5,\}|<a href=\"'$BUGURL'&\">&</a>|g'
+}
+
+#
+# input_cmd | sac2url | output_cmd
+#
+# Scan for ARC cases and insert <a> links to the relevent SAC database.
+# This is slightly complicated because inside the SWAN, SAC cases are
+# grouped by ARC: PSARC/2006/123.  But on OpenSolaris.org, they are
+# referenced as 2006/123 (without labelling the ARC).
+#
+sac2url()
+{
+	if [[ -z $Oflag ]]; then
+	    sed -e 's|\([A-Z]\{1,2\}ARC\)[ /]\([0-9]\{4\}\)/\([0-9]\{3\}\)|<a href=\"'$SACURL'\1/\2/\3\">\1 \2/\3</a>|g'
+	else
+	    sed -e 's|\([A-Z]\{1,2\}ARC\)[ /]\([0-9]\{4\}\)/\([0-9]\{3\}\)|<a href=\"'$SACURL'/\2/\3\">\1 \2/\3</a>|g'
+	fi
+}
+
+#
+# strip_unchanged <infile> | output_cmd
+#
+# Removes chunks of sdiff documents that have not changed. This makes it
+# easier for a code reviewer to find the bits that have changed.
+#
+# Deleted lines of text are replaced by a horizontal rule. Some
+# identical lines are retained before and after the changed lines to
+# provide some context.  The number of these lines is controlled by the
+# variable C in the $AWK script below.
+#
+# The script detects changed lines as any line that has a "<span class="
+# string embedded (unchanged lines have no particular class and are not
+# part of a <span>).  Blank lines (without a sequence number) are also
+# detected since they flag lines that have been inserted or deleted.
+#
+strip_unchanged()
+{
+	$AWK '
+	BEGIN	{ C = c = 20 }
+	NF == 0 || /span class=/ {
+		if (c > C) {
+			c -= C
+			inx = 0
+			if (c > C) {
+				print "\n</pre><hr></hr><pre>"
+				inx = c % C
+				c = C
+			}
+
+			for (i = 0; i < c; i++)
+				print ln[(inx + i) % C]
+		}
+		c = 0;
+		print
+		next
+	}
+	{	if (c >= C) {
+			ln[c % C] = $0
+			c++;
+			next;
+		}
+		c++;
+		print
+	}
+	END	{ if (c > (C * 2)) print "\n</pre><hr></hr>" }
+
+	' $1
+}
+
+#
+# sdiff_to_html
+#
+# This function takes two files as arguments, obtains their diff, and
+# processes the diff output to present the files as an HTML document with
+# the files displayed side-by-side, differences shown in color.  It also
+# takes a delta comment, rendered as an HTML snippet, as the third
+# argument.  The function takes two files as arguments, then the name of
+# file, the path, and the comment.  The HTML will be delivered on stdout,
+# e.g.
+#
+#   $ sdiff_to_html old/usr/src/tools/scripts/webrev.sh \
+#         new/usr/src/tools/scripts/webrev.sh \
+#         webrev.sh usr/src/tools/scripts \
+#         '<a href="http://monaco.sfbay.sun.com/detail.jsp?cr=1234567">
+#          1234567</a> my bugid' > <file>.html
+#
+# framed_sdiff() is then called which creates $2.frames.html
+# in the webrev tree.
+#
+# FYI: This function is rather unusual in its use of awk.  The initial
+# diff run produces conventional diff output showing changed lines mixed
+# with editing codes.  The changed lines are ignored - we're interested in
+# the editing codes, e.g.
+#
+#      8c8
+#      57a61
+#      63c66,76
+#      68,93d80
+#      106d90
+#      108,110d91
+#
+#  These editing codes are parsed by the awk script and used to generate
+#  another awk script that generates HTML, e.g the above lines would turn
+#  into something like this:
+#
+#      BEGIN { printf "<pre>\n" }
+#      function sp(n) {for (i=0;i<n;i++)printf "\n"}
+#      function wl(n) {printf "<font color=%s>%4d %s </font>\n", n, NR, $0}
+#      NR==8           {wl("#7A7ADD");next}
+#      NR==54          {wl("#7A7ADD");sp(3);next}
+#      NR==56          {wl("#7A7ADD");next}
+#      NR==57          {wl("black");printf "\n"; next}
+#        :               :
+#
+#  This script is then run on the original source file to generate the
+#  HTML that corresponds to the source file.
+#
+#  The two HTML files are then combined into a single piece of HTML that
+#  uses an HTML table construct to present the files side by side.  You'll
+#  notice that the changes are color-coded:
+#
+#   black     - unchanged lines
+#   blue      - changed lines
+#   bold blue - new lines
+#   brown     - deleted lines
+#
+#  Blank lines are inserted in each file to keep unchanged lines in sync
+#  (side-by-side).  This format is familiar to users of sdiff(1) or
+#  Teamware's filemerge tool.
+#
+sdiff_to_html()
+{
+	diff -b $1 $2 > /tmp/$$.diffs
+
+	TNAME=$3
+	TPATH=$4
+	COMMENT=$5
+
+	#
+	#  Now we have the diffs, generate the HTML for the old file.
+	#
+	$AWK '
+	BEGIN	{
+		printf "function sp(n) {for (i=0;i<n;i++)printf \"\\n\"}\n"
+		printf "function removed() "
+		printf "{printf \"<span class=\\\"removed\\\">%%4d %%s</span>\\n\", NR, $0}\n"
+		printf "function changed() "
+		printf "{printf \"<span class=\\\"changed\\\">%%4d %%s</span>\\n\", NR, $0}\n"
+		printf "function bl() {printf \"%%4d %%s\\n\", NR, $0}\n"
+}
+	/^</	{next}
+	/^>/	{next}
+	/^---/	{next}
+
+	{
+	split($1, a, /[cad]/) ;
+	if (index($1, "a")) {
+		if (a[1] == 0) {
+			n = split(a[2], r, /,/);
+			if (n == 1)
+				printf "BEGIN\t\t{sp(1)}\n"
+			else
+				printf "BEGIN\t\t{sp(%d)}\n",\
+				(r[2] - r[1]) + 1
+			next
+		}
+
+		printf "NR==%s\t\t{", a[1]
+		n = split(a[2], r, /,/);
+		s = r[1];
+		if (n == 1)
+			printf "bl();printf \"\\n\"; next}\n"
+		else {
+			n = r[2] - r[1]
+			printf "bl();sp(%d);next}\n",\
+			(r[2] - r[1]) + 1
+		}
+		next
+	}
+	if (index($1, "d")) {
+		n = split(a[1], r, /,/);
+		n1 = r[1]
+		n2 = r[2]
+		if (n == 1)
+			printf "NR==%s\t\t{removed(); next}\n" , n1
+		else
+			printf "NR==%s,NR==%s\t{removed(); next}\n" , n1, n2
+		next
+	}
+	if (index($1, "c")) {
+		n = split(a[1], r, /,/);
+		n1 = r[1]
+		n2 = r[2]
+		final = n2
+		d1 = 0
+		if (n == 1)
+			printf "NR==%s\t\t{changed();" , n1
+		else {
+			d1 = n2 - n1
+			printf "NR==%s,NR==%s\t{changed();" , n1, n2
+		}
+		m = split(a[2], r, /,/);
+		n1 = r[1]
+		n2 = r[2]
+		if (m > 1) {
+			d2  = n2 - n1
+			if (d2 > d1) {
+				if (n > 1) printf "if (NR==%d)", final
+				printf "sp(%d);", d2 - d1
+			}
+		}
+		printf "next}\n" ;
+
+		next
+	}
+	}
+
+	END	{ printf "{printf \"%%4d %%s\\n\", NR, $0 }\n" }
+	' /tmp/$$.diffs > /tmp/$$.file1
+
+	#
+	#  Now generate the HTML for the new file
+	#
+	$AWK '
+	BEGIN	{
+		printf "function sp(n) {for (i=0;i<n;i++)printf \"\\n\"}\n"
+		printf "function new() "
+		printf "{printf \"<span class=\\\"new\\\">%%4d %%s</span>\\n\", NR, $0}\n"
+		printf "function changed() "
+		printf "{printf \"<span class=\\\"changed\\\">%%4d %%s</span>\\n\", NR, $0}\n"
+		printf "function bl() {printf \"%%4d %%s\\n\", NR, $0}\n"
+	}
+
+	/^</	{next}
+	/^>/	{next}
+	/^---/	{next}
+
+	{
+	split($1, a, /[cad]/) ;
+	if (index($1, "d")) {
+		if (a[2] == 0) {
+			n = split(a[1], r, /,/);
+			if (n == 1)
+				printf "BEGIN\t\t{sp(1)}\n"
+			else
+				printf "BEGIN\t\t{sp(%d)}\n",\
+				(r[2] - r[1]) + 1
+			next
+		}
+
+		printf "NR==%s\t\t{", a[2]
+		n = split(a[1], r, /,/);
+		s = r[1];
+		if (n == 1)
+			printf "bl();printf \"\\n\"; next}\n"
+		else {
+			n = r[2] - r[1]
+			printf "bl();sp(%d);next}\n",\
+			(r[2] - r[1]) + 1
+		}
+		next
+	}
+	if (index($1, "a")) {
+		n = split(a[2], r, /,/);
+		n1 = r[1]
+		n2 = r[2]
+		if (n == 1)
+			printf "NR==%s\t\t{new() ; next}\n" , n1
+		else
+			printf "NR==%s,NR==%s\t{new() ; next}\n" , n1, n2
+		next
+	}
+	if (index($1, "c")) {
+		n = split(a[2], r, /,/);
+		n1 = r[1]
+		n2 = r[2]
+		final = n2
+		d2 = 0;
+		if (n == 1) {
+			final = n1
+			printf "NR==%s\t\t{changed();" , n1
+		} else {
+			d2 = n2 - n1
+			printf "NR==%s,NR==%s\t{changed();" , n1, n2
+		}
+		m = split(a[1], r, /,/);
+		n1 = r[1]
+		n2 = r[2]
+		if (m > 1) {
+			d1  = n2 - n1
+			if (d1 > d2) {
+				if (n > 1) printf "if (NR==%d)", final
+				printf "sp(%d);", d1 - d2
+			}
+		}
+		printf "next}\n" ;
+		next
+	}
+	}
+	END	{ printf "{printf \"%%4d %%s\\n\", NR, $0 }\n" }
+	' /tmp/$$.diffs > /tmp/$$.file2
+
+	#
+	# Post-process the HTML files by running them back through $AWK
+	#
+	html_quote < $1 | $AWK -f /tmp/$$.file1 > /tmp/$$.file1.html
+
+	html_quote < $2 | $AWK -f /tmp/$$.file2 > /tmp/$$.file2.html
+
+	#
+	# Now combine into a valid HTML file and side-by-side into a table
+	#
+	print "$HTML<head>$STDHEAD"
+	print "<title>$WNAME Sdiff $TPATH </title>"
+	print "</head><body id=\"SUNWwebrev\">"
+	print "<h2>$TPATH/$TNAME</h2>"
+        print "<a class=\"print\" href=\"javascript:print()\">Print this page</a>"
+	print "<pre>$COMMENT</pre>\n"
+	print "<table><tr valign=\"top\">"
+	print "<td><pre>"
+
+	strip_unchanged /tmp/$$.file1.html
+
+	print "</pre></td><td><pre>"
+
+	strip_unchanged /tmp/$$.file2.html
+
+	print "</pre></td>"
+	print "</tr></table>"
+	print "</body></html>"
+
+	framed_sdiff $TNAME $TPATH /tmp/$$.file1.html /tmp/$$.file2.html \
+	    "$COMMENT"
+}
+
+
+#
+# framed_sdiff <filename> <filepath> <lhsfile> <rhsfile> <comment>
+#
+# Expects lefthand and righthand side html files created by sdiff_to_html.
+# We use insert_anchors() to augment those with HTML navigation anchors,
+# and then emit the main frame.  Content is placed into:
+#
+#    $WDIR/DIR/$TNAME.lhs.html
+#    $WDIR/DIR/$TNAME.rhs.html
+#    $WDIR/DIR/$TNAME.frames.html
+#
+# NOTE: We rely on standard usage of $WDIR and $DIR.
+#
+function framed_sdiff
+{
+	typeset TNAME=$1
+	typeset TPATH=$2
+	typeset lhsfile=$3
+	typeset rhsfile=$4
+	typeset comments=$5
+	typeset RTOP
+
+	# Enable html files to access WDIR via a relative path.
+	RTOP=$(relative_dir $TPATH $WDIR)
+
+	# Make the rhs/lhs files and output the frameset file.
+	print "$HTML<head>$STDHEAD" > $WDIR/$DIR/$TNAME.lhs.html
+
+	cat >> $WDIR/$DIR/$TNAME.lhs.html <<-EOF
+	    <script type="text/javascript" src="$RTOP/ancnav.js"></script>
+	    </head>
+	    <body id="SUNWwebrev" onkeypress="keypress(event);">
+	    <a name="0"></a>
+	    <pre>$comments</pre><hr></hr>
+	EOF
+
+	cp $WDIR/$DIR/$TNAME.lhs.html $WDIR/$DIR/$TNAME.rhs.html
+
+	insert_anchors $lhsfile >> $WDIR/$DIR/$TNAME.lhs.html
+	insert_anchors $rhsfile >> $WDIR/$DIR/$TNAME.rhs.html
+
+	close='</body></html>'
+
+	print $close >> $WDIR/$DIR/$TNAME.lhs.html
+	print $close >> $WDIR/$DIR/$TNAME.rhs.html
+
+	print "$FRAMEHTML<head>$STDHEAD" > $WDIR/$DIR/$TNAME.frames.html
+	print "<title>$WNAME Framed-Sdiff " \
+	    "$TPATH/$TNAME</title> </head>" >> $WDIR/$DIR/$TNAME.frames.html
+	cat >> $WDIR/$DIR/$TNAME.frames.html <<-EOF
+	  <frameset rows="*,60">
+	    <frameset cols="50%,50%">
+	      <frame src="$TNAME.lhs.html" scrolling="auto" name="lhs" />
+	      <frame src="$TNAME.rhs.html" scrolling="auto" name="rhs" />
+	    </frameset>
+	  <frame src="$RTOP/ancnav.html" scrolling="no" marginwidth="0"
+	   marginheight="0" name="nav" />
+	  <noframes>
+            <body id="SUNWwebrev">
+	      Alas 'frames' webrev requires that your browser supports frames
+	      and has the feature enabled.
+            </body>
+	  </noframes>
+	  </frameset>
+	</html>
+	EOF
+}
+
+
+#
+# fix_postscript
+#
+# Merge codereview output files to a single conforming postscript file, by:
+# 	- removing all extraneous headers/trailers
+#	- making the page numbers right
+#	- removing pages devoid of contents which confuse some
+#	  postscript readers.
+#
+# From Casper.
+#
+function fix_postscript
+{
+	infile=$1
+
+	cat > /tmp/$$.crmerge.pl << \EOF
+
+	print scalar(<>);		# %!PS-Adobe---
+	print "%%Orientation: Landscape\n";
+
+	$pno = 0;
+	$doprint = 1;
+
+	$page = "";
+
+	while (<>) {
+		next if (/^%%Pages:\s*\d+/);
+
+		if (/^%%Page:/) {
+			if ($pno == 0 || $page =~ /\)S/) {
+				# Header or single page containing text
+				print "%%Page: ? $pno\n" if ($pno > 0);
+				print $page;
+				$pno++;
+			} else {
+				# Empty page, skip it.
+			}
+			$page = "";
+			$doprint = 1;
+			next;
+		}
+
+		# Skip from %%Trailer of one document to Endprolog
+		# %%Page of the next
+		$doprint = 0 if (/^%%Trailer/);
+		$page .= $_ if ($doprint);
+	}
+
+	if ($page =~ /\)S/) {
+		print "%%Page: ? $pno\n";
+		print $page;
+	} else {
+		$pno--;
+	}
+	print "%%Trailer\n%%Pages: $pno\n";
+EOF
+
+	$PERL /tmp/$$.crmerge.pl < $infile
+}
+
+
+#
+# input_cmd | insert_anchors | output_cmd
+#
+# Flag blocks of difference with sequentially numbered invisible
+# anchors.  These are used to drive the frames version of the
+# sdiffs output.
+#
+# NOTE: Anchor zero flags the top of the file irrespective of changes,
+# an additional anchor is also appended to flag the bottom.
+#
+# The script detects changed lines as any line that has a "<span
+# class=" string embedded (unchanged lines have no class set and are
+# not part of a <span>.  Blank lines (without a sequence number)
+# are also detected since they flag lines that have been inserted or
+# deleted.
+#
+function insert_anchors
+{
+	$AWK '
+	function ia() {
+		# This should be able to be a singleton <a /> but that
+		# seems to trigger a bug in firefox a:hover rule processing
+		printf "<a name=\"%d\" id=\"anc%d\"></a>", anc, anc++;
+	}
+
+	BEGIN {
+		anc=1;
+		inblock=1;
+		printf "<pre>\n";
+	}
+	NF == 0 || /^<span class=/ {
+		if (inblock == 0) {
+			ia();
+			inblock=1;
+		}
+		print;
+		next;
+	}
+	{
+		inblock=0;
+		print;
+	}
+	END {
+		ia();
+
+		printf "<b style=\"font-size: large; color: red\">";
+		printf "--- EOF ---</b>"
+        	for(i=0;i<8;i++) printf "\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n";
+		printf "</pre>"
+		printf "<form name=\"eof\">";
+		printf "<input name=\"value\" value=\"%d\" type=\"hidden\" />",
+		    anc - 1;
+		printf "</form>";
+	}
+	' $1
+}
+
+
+#
+# relative_dir
+#
+# Print a relative return path from $1 to $2.  For example if
+# $1=/tmp/myreview/raw_files/usr/src/tools/scripts and $2=/tmp/myreview,
+# this function would print "../../../../".
+#
+# In the event that $1 is not in $2 a warning is printed to stderr,
+# and $2 is returned-- the result of this is that the resulting webrev
+# is not relocatable.
+#
+function relative_dir
+{
+    d1=$1
+    d2=$2
+    if [[ "$d1" == "." ]]; then
+	print "."
+    else
+	typeset cur="${d1##$d2?(/)}"
+	typeset ret=""
+	if [[ $d2 == $cur ]]; then   # Should never happen.
+		# Should never happen.
+		print -u2 "\nWARNING: relative_dir: \"$1\" not relative "
+		print -u2 "to \"$2\".  Check input paths.  Framed webrev "
+		print -u2 "will not be relocatable!"
+		print $2
+		return
+	fi
+
+	while [[ -n ${cur} ]];
+	do
+		cur=${cur%%*(/)*([!/])}
+		if [[ -z $ret ]]; then
+			ret=".."
+		else
+			ret="../$ret"
+		fi
+	done
+	print $ret
+    fi
+}
+
+
+#
+# frame_nav_js
+#
+# Emit javascript for frame navigation
+#
+function frame_nav_js
+{
+cat << \EOF
+var myInt;
+var scrolling=0;
+var sfactor = 3;
+var scount=10;
+
+function scrollByPix() {
+	if (scount<=0) {
+		sfactor*=1.2;
+		scount=10;
+	}
+	parent.lhs.scrollBy(0,sfactor);
+	parent.rhs.scrollBy(0,sfactor);
+	scount--;
+}
+
+function scrollToAnc(num) {
+
+	// Update the value of the anchor in the form which we use as
+	// storage for this value.  setAncValue() will take care of
+	// correcting for overflow and underflow of the value and return
+	// us the new value.
+	num = setAncValue(num);
+
+	// Set location and scroll back a little to expose previous
+	// lines.
+	//
+	// Note that this could be improved: it is possible although
+	// complex to compute the x and y position of an anchor, and to
+	// scroll to that location directly.
+	//
+	parent.lhs.location.replace(parent.lhs.location.pathname + "#" + num);
+	parent.rhs.location.replace(parent.rhs.location.pathname + "#" + num);
+
+	parent.lhs.scrollBy(0,-30);
+	parent.rhs.scrollBy(0,-30);
+}
+
+function getAncValue()
+{
+	return (parseInt(parent.nav.document.diff.real.value));
+}
+
+function setAncValue(val)
+{
+	if (val <= 0) {
+		val = 0;
+		parent.nav.document.diff.real.value = val;
+		parent.nav.document.diff.display.value = "BOF";
+		return (val);
+	}
+
+	//
+	// The way we compute the max anchor value is to stash it
+	// inline in the left and right hand side pages-- it's the same
+	// on each side, so we pluck from the left.
+	//
+	maxval = parent.lhs.document.eof.value.value;
+	if (val < maxval) {
+		parent.nav.document.diff.real.value = val;
+		parent.nav.document.diff.display.value = val.toString();
+		return (val);
+	}
+
+	// this must be: val >= maxval
+	val = maxval;
+	parent.nav.document.diff.real.value = val;
+	parent.nav.document.diff.display.value = "EOF";
+	return (val);
+}
+
+function stopScroll() {
+	if (scrolling==1) {
+		clearInterval(myInt);
+		scrolling=0;
+	}
+}
+
+function startScroll() {
+	stopScroll();
+	scrolling=1;
+	myInt=setInterval("scrollByPix()",10);
+}
+
+function handlePress(b) {
+
+	switch (b) {
+	    case 1 :
+		scrollToAnc(-1);
+		break;
+	    case 2 :
+		scrollToAnc(getAncValue() - 1);
+		break;
+	    case 3 :
+		sfactor=-3;
+		startScroll();
+		break;
+	    case 4 :
+		sfactor=3;
+		startScroll();
+		break;
+	    case 5 :
+		scrollToAnc(getAncValue() + 1);
+		break;
+	    case 6 :
+		scrollToAnc(999999);
+		break;
+	}
+}
+
+function handleRelease(b) {
+	stopScroll();
+}
+
+function keypress(ev) {
+	var keynum;
+	var keychar;
+
+	if (window.event) { // IE
+		keynum = ev.keyCode;
+	} else if (ev.which) { // non-IE
+		keynum = ev.which;
+	}
+
+	keychar = String.fromCharCode(keynum);
+
+	if (keychar == "k") {
+		handlePress(2);
+		return (0);
+	} else if (keychar == "j" || keychar == " ") {
+		handlePress(5);
+		return (0);
+	}
+	return (1);
+}
+
+function ValidateDiffNum(){
+	val = parent.nav.document.diff.display.value;
+	if (val == "EOF") {
+		scrollToAnc(999999);
+		return;
+	}
+
+	if (val == "BOF") {
+		scrollToAnc(0);
+		return;
+	}
+
+        i=parseInt(val);
+        if (isNaN(i)) {
+                parent.nav.document.diff.display.value = getAncValue();
+        } else {
+                scrollToAnc(i);
+        }
+        return false;
+}
+
+EOF
+}
+
+#
+# frame_navigation
+#
+# Output anchor navigation file for framed sdiffs.
+#
+function frame_navigation
+{
+	print "$HTML<head>$STDHEAD"
+
+	cat << \EOF
+<title>Anchor Navigation</title>
+<meta http-equiv="Content-Script-Type" content="text/javascript" />
+<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html" />
+
+<style type="text/css">
+    div.button td { padding-left: 5px; padding-right: 5px;
+		    background-color: #eee; text-align: center;
+		    border: 1px #444 outset; cursor: pointer; }
+    div.button a { font-weight: bold; color: black }
+    div.button td:hover { background: #ffcc99; }
+</style>
+EOF
+
+	print "<script type=\"text/javascript\" src=\"ancnav.js\"></script>"
+
+	cat << \EOF
+</head>
+<body id="SUNWwebrev" bgcolor="#eeeeee" onload="document.diff.real.focus();"
+	onkeypress="keypress(event);">
+    <noscript lang="javascript">
+      <center>
+	<p><big>Framed Navigation controls require Javascript</big><br />
+	Either this browser is incompatable or javascript is not enabled</p>
+      </center>
+    </noscript>
+    <table width="100%" border="0" align="center">
+	<tr>
+          <td valign="middle" width="25%">Diff navigation:
+          Use 'j' and 'k' for next and previous diffs; or use buttons
+          at right</td>
+	  <td align="center" valign="top" width="50%">
+	    <div class="button">
+	      <table border="0" align="center">
+                  <tr>
+		    <td>
+		      <a onMouseDown="handlePress(1);return true;"
+			 onMouseUp="handleRelease(1);return true;"
+			 onMouseOut="handleRelease(1);return true;"
+			 onClick="return false;"
+			 title="Go to Beginning Of file">BOF</a></td>
+		    <td>
+		      <a onMouseDown="handlePress(3);return true;"
+			 onMouseUp="handleRelease(3);return true;"
+			 onMouseOut="handleRelease(3);return true;"
+			 title="Scroll Up: Press and Hold to accelerate"
+			 onClick="return false;">Scroll Up</a></td>
+		    <td>
+		      <a onMouseDown="handlePress(2);return true;"
+			 onMouseUp="handleRelease(2);return true;"
+			 onMouseOut="handleRelease(2);return true;"
+			 title="Go to previous Diff"
+			 onClick="return false;">Prev Diff</a>
+		    </td></tr>
+
+		  <tr>
+		    <td>
+		      <a onMouseDown="handlePress(6);return true;"
+			 onMouseUp="handleRelease(6);return true;"
+			 onMouseOut="handleRelease(6);return true;"
+			 onClick="return false;"
+			 title="Go to End Of File">EOF</a></td>
+		    <td>
+		      <a onMouseDown="handlePress(4);return true;"
+			 onMouseUp="handleRelease(4);return true;"
+			 onMouseOut="handleRelease(4);return true;"
+			 title="Scroll Down: Press and Hold to accelerate"
+			 onClick="return false;">Scroll Down</a></td>
+		    <td>
+		      <a onMouseDown="handlePress(5);return true;"
+			 onMouseUp="handleRelease(5);return true;"
+			 onMouseOut="handleRelease(5);return true;"
+			 title="Go to next Diff"
+			 onClick="return false;">Next Diff</a></td>
+		  </tr>
+              </table>
+	    </div>
+	  </td>
+	  <th valign="middle" width="25%">
+	    <form action="" name="diff" onsubmit="return ValidateDiffNum();">
+		<input name="display" value="BOF" size="8" type="text" />
+		<input name="real" value="0" size="8" type="hidden" />
+	    </form>
+	  </th>
+	</tr>
+    </table>
+  </body>
+</html>
+EOF
+}
+
+
+
+#
+# diff_to_html <filename> <filepath> { U | C } <comment>
+#
+# Processes the output of diff to produce an HTML file representing either
+# context or unified diffs.
+#
+diff_to_html()
+{
+	TNAME=$1
+	TPATH=$2
+	DIFFTYPE=$3
+	COMMENT=$4
+
+	print "$HTML<head>$STDHEAD"
+	print "<title>$WNAME ${DIFFTYPE}diff $TPATH</title>"
+
+	if [[ $DIFFTYPE == "U" ]]; then
+		print "$UDIFFCSS"
+	fi
+
+	cat <<-EOF
+	</head>
+	<body id="SUNWwebrev">
+	<h2>$TPATH</h2>
+        <a class="print" href="javascript:print()">Print this page</a>
+	<pre>$COMMENT</pre>
+        <pre>
+EOF
+
+	html_quote | $AWK '
+	/^--- new/	{ next }
+	/^\+\+\+ new/	{ next }
+	/^--- old/	{ next }
+	/^\*\*\* old/	{ next }
+	/^\*\*\*\*/	{ next }
+	/^-------/	{ printf "<center><h1>%s</h1></center>\n", $0; next }
+	/^\@\@.*\@\@$/	{ printf "</pre><hr /><pre>\n";
+			  printf "<span class=\"newmarker\">%s</span>\n", $0;
+			  next}
+
+	/^\*\*\*/	{ printf "<hr /><span class=\"oldmarker\">%s</span>\n", $0;
+			  next}
+	/^---/		{ printf "<span class=\"newmarker\">%s</span>\n", $0;
+			  next}
+	/^\+/		{printf "<span class=\"new\">%s</span>\n", $0; next}
+	/^!/		{printf "<span class=\"changed\">%s</span>\n", $0; next}
+	/^-/		{printf "<span class=\"removed\">%s</span>\n", $0; next}
+			{printf "%s\n", $0; next}
+	'
+
+	print "</pre></body></html>\n"
+}
+
+
+#
+# source_to_html { new | old } <filename>
+#
+# Process a plain vanilla source file to transform it into an HTML file.
+#
+source_to_html()
+{
+	WHICH=$1
+	TNAME=$2
+
+	print "$HTML<head>$STDHEAD"
+	print "<title>$WHICH $TNAME</title>"
+	print "<body id=\"SUNWwebrev\">"
+	print "<pre>"
+	html_quote | $AWK '{line += 1 ; printf "%4d %s\n", line, $0 }'
+	print "</pre></body></html>"
+}
+
+#
+# teamwarecomments {text|html} parent-file child-file
+#
+# Find the first delta in the child that's not in the parent.  Get the
+# newest delta from the parent, get all deltas from the child starting
+# with that delta, and then get all info starting with the second oldest
+# delta in that list (the first delta unique to the child).
+#
+# This code adapted from Bill Shannon's "spc" script
+#
+comments_from_teamware()
+{
+	fmt=$1
+	pfile=$PWS/$2
+	cfile=$CWS/$3
+
+	psid=$($SCCS prs -d:I: $pfile 2>/dev/null)
+	if [[ -z "$psid" ]]; then
+	    psid=1.1
+	fi
+
+	set -A sids $($SCCS prs -l -r$psid -d:I: $cfile 2>/dev/null)
+	N=${#sids[@]}
+
+	nawkprg='
+		/^COMMENTS:/	{p=1; next}
+		/^D [0-9]+\.[0-9]+/ {printf "--- %s ---\n", $2; p=0; }
+		NF == 0u	{ next }
+		{if (p==0) next; print $0 }'
+
+	if [[ $N -ge 2 ]]; then
+		sid1=${sids[$((N-2))]}	# Gets 2nd to last sid
+
+		if [[ $fmt == "text" ]]; then
+			$SCCS prs -l -r$sid1 $cfile  2>/dev/null | \
+			    $AWK "$nawkprg"
+			return
+		fi
+
+		$SCCS prs -l -r$sid1 $cfile  2>/dev/null | \
+		    html_quote | bug2url | sac2url | $AWK "$nawkprg"
+	fi
+}
+
+#
+# wxcomments {text|html} filepath
+#
+# Given the pathname of a file, find its location in a "wx" active file
+# list and print the following sccs comment.  Output is either text or
+# HTML; if the latter, embedded bugids (sequence of 5 or more digits) are
+# turned into URLs.
+#
+comments_from_wx()
+{
+	typeset fmt=$1
+	typeset p=$2
+
+	comm=`$AWK '
+	$1 == "'$p'" {
+		do getline ; while (NF > 0)
+		getline
+		while (NF > 0) { print ; getline }
+		exit
+	}' < $wxfile`
+
+	if [[ $fmt == "text" ]]; then
+		print "$comm"
+		return
+	fi
+
+	print "$comm" | html_quote | bug2url | sac2url
+}
+
+comments_from_mercurial()
+{
+	fmt=$1
+	pfile=$PWS/$2
+	cfile=$CWS/$3
+
+        logdir=`dirname $cfile`
+        logf=`basename $cfile`
+        if [ -d $logdir ]; then
+            ( cd $logdir;
+	        active=`hg status $logf 2>/dev/null`
+                # If the output from 'hg status' is not empty, it means the file
+                # hasn't been committed, so don't fetch comments.
+	        if [[ -z $active ]] ; then
+                    if [[ -n $ALL_CREV ]]; then
+                        rev_opt=
+                        for rev in $ALL_CREV; do
+                            rev_opt="$rev_opt --rev $rev"
+                        done
+                        comm=`hg log $rev_opt --follow --template 'rev {rev} : {desc}\n' $logf`
+                    elif [[ -n $FIRST_CREV ]]; then
+		        comm=`hg log --rev $FIRST_CREV:tip --follow --template 'rev {rev} : {desc}\n' $logf`
+                    else
+		        comm=`hg log -l1 --follow --template 'rev {rev} : {desc}\n' $logf`
+                    fi
+	        else
+	            comm=""
+	        fi
+	        if [[ $fmt == "text" ]]; then
+	            print "$comm"
+	            return
+	        fi
+	  
+	        print "$comm" | html_quote | bug2url | sac2url
+                )
+        fi
+}
+
+
+#
+# getcomments {text|html} filepath parentpath
+#
+# Fetch the comments depending on what SCM mode we're in.
+#
+getcomments()
+{
+	typeset fmt=$1
+	typeset p=$2
+	typeset pp=$3
+
+	if [[ -n $wxfile ]]; then
+		comments_from_wx $fmt $p
+	else
+		if [[ $SCM_MODE == "teamware" ]]; then
+			comments_from_teamware $fmt $pp $p
+		elif [[ $SCM_MODE == "mercurial" ]]; then
+			comments_from_mercurial $fmt $pp $p
+		fi
+	fi
+}
+
+#
+# printCI <total-changed> <inserted> <deleted> <modified> <unchanged>
+#
+# Print out Code Inspection figures similar to sccs-prt(1) format.
+#
+function printCI
+{
+	integer tot=$1 ins=$2 del=$3 mod=$4 unc=$5
+	typeset str
+	if (( tot == 1 )); then
+		str="line"
+	else
+		str="lines"
+	fi
+	printf '%d %s changed: %d ins; %d del; %d mod; %d unchg' \
+	    $tot $str $ins $del $mod $unc
+}
+
+
+#
+# difflines <oldfile> <newfile>
+#
+# Calculate and emit number of added, removed, modified and unchanged lines,
+# and total lines changed, the sum of added + removed + modified.
+#
+function difflines
+{
+	integer tot mod del ins unc err
+	typeset filename
+
+	eval $( diff -e $1 $2 | $AWK '
+	# Change range of lines: N,Nc
+	/^[0-9]*,[0-9]*c$/ {
+		n=split(substr($1,1,length($1)-1), counts, ",");
+		if (n != 2) {
+		    error=2
+		    exit;
+		}
+		#
+		# 3,5c means lines 3 , 4 and 5 are changed, a total of 3 lines.
+		# following would be 5 - 3 = 2! Hence +1 for correction.
+		#
+		r=(counts[2]-counts[1])+1;
+
+		#
+		# Now count replacement lines: each represents a change instead
+		# of a delete, so increment c and decrement r.
+		#
+		while (getline != /^\.$/) {
+			c++;
+			r--;
+		}
+		#
+		# If there were more replacement lines than original lines,
+		# then r will be negative; in this case there are no deletions,
+		# but there are r changes that should be counted as adds, and
+		# since r is negative, subtract it from a and add it to c.
+		#
+		if (r < 0) {
+			a-=r;
+			c+=r;
+		}
+
+		#
+		# If there were more original lines than replacement lines, then
+		# r will be positive; in this case, increment d by that much.
+		#
+		if (r > 0) {
+			d+=r;
+		}
+		next;
+	}
+
+	# Change lines: Nc
+	/^[0-9].*c$/ {
+		# The first line is a replacement; any more are additions.
+		if (getline != /^\.$/) {
+			c++;
+			while (getline != /^\.$/) a++;
+		}
+		next;
+	}
+
+	# Add lines: both Na and N,Na
+	/^[0-9].*a$/ {
+		while (getline != /^\.$/) a++;
+		next;
+	}
+
+	# Delete range of lines: N,Nd
+	/^[0-9]*,[0-9]*d$/ {
+		n=split(substr($1,1,length($1)-1), counts, ",");
+		if (n != 2) {
+			error=2
+			exit;
+		}
+		#
+		# 3,5d means lines 3 , 4 and 5 are deleted, a total of 3 lines.
+		# following would be 5 - 3 = 2! Hence +1 for correction.
+		#
+		r=(counts[2]-counts[1])+1;
+		d+=r;
+		next;
+	}
+
+	# Delete line: Nd.   For example 10d says line 10 is deleted.
+	/^[0-9]*d$/ {d++; next}
+
+	# Should not get here!
+	{
+		error=1;
+		exit;
+	}
+
+	# Finish off - print results
+	END {
+		printf("tot=%d;mod=%d;del=%d;ins=%d;err=%d\n",
+		    (c+d+a), c, d, a, error);
+	}' )
+
+	# End of $AWK, Check to see if any trouble occurred.
+	if (( $? > 0 || err > 0 )); then
+		print "Unexpected Error occurred reading" \
+		    "\`diff -e $1 $2\`: \$?=$?, err=" $err
+		return
+	fi
+
+	# Accumulate totals
+	(( TOTL += tot ))
+	(( TMOD += mod ))
+	(( TDEL += del ))
+	(( TINS += ins ))
+	# Calculate unchanged lines
+	unc=`wc -l < $1`
+	if (( unc > 0 )); then
+		(( unc -= del + mod ))
+		(( TUNC += unc ))
+	fi
+	# print summary
+	print "<span class=\"lineschanged\">\c"
+	printCI $tot $ins $del $mod $unc
+	print "</span>"
+}
+
+
+#
+# flist_from_wx
+#
+# Sets up webrev to source its information from a wx-formatted file.
+# Sets the global 'wxfile' variable.
+#
+function flist_from_wx
+{
+	typeset argfile=$1
+	if [[ -n ${argfile%%/*} ]]; then
+		#
+		# If the wx file pathname is relative then make it absolute
+		# because the webrev does a "cd" later on.
+		#
+		wxfile=$PWD/$argfile
+	else
+		wxfile=$argfile
+	fi
+
+	$AWK '{ c = 1; print;
+	  while (getline) {
+		if (NF == 0) { c = -c; continue }
+		if (c > 0) print
+	  }
+	}' $wxfile > $FLIST
+
+	print " Done."
+}
+
+#
+# flist_from_teamware [ <args-to-putback-n> ]
+#
+# Generate the file list by extracting file names from a putback -n.  Some
+# names may come from the "update/create" messages and others from the
+# "currently checked out" warning.  Renames are detected here too.  Extract
+# values for CODEMGR_WS and CODEMGR_PARENT from the output of the putback
+# -n as well, but remove them if they are already defined.
+#
+function flist_from_teamware
+{
+	if [[ -n $codemgr_parent ]]; then
+		if [[ ! -d $codemgr_parent/Codemgr_wsdata ]]; then
+			print -u2 "parent $codemgr_parent doesn't look like a" \
+			    "valid teamware workspace"
+			exit 1
+		fi
+		parent_args="-p $codemgr_parent"
+	fi
+
+	print " File list from: 'putback -n $parent_args $*' ... \c"
+
+	putback -n $parent_args $* 2>&1 |
+	    $AWK '
+		/^update:|^create:/	{print $2}
+		/^Parent workspace:/	{printf("CODEMGR_PARENT=%s\n",$3)}
+		/^Child workspace:/	{printf("CODEMGR_WS=%s\n",$3)}
+		/^The following files are currently checked out/ {p = 1; next}
+		NF == 0			{p=0 ; next}
+		/^rename/		{old=$3}
+		$1 == "to:"		{print $2, old}
+		/^"/			{next}
+		p == 1			{print $1}' |
+	    sort -r -k 1,1 -u | sort > $FLIST
+
+	print " Done."
+}
+
+function outgoing_from_mercurial_forest
+{
+    hg foutgoing --template 'rev: {rev}\n' $OUTPWS | $FILTER | $AWK '
+        BEGIN           {ntree=0}
+        /^comparing/    {next}
+        /^no changes/   {next}
+        /^searching/    {next}
+	/^\[.*\]$/	{tree=substr($1,2,length($1)-2);
+                         trees[ntree++] = tree;
+                         revs[tree]=-1;
+                         next}
+        /^rev:/   {rev=$2+0;
+                   if (revs[tree] == -1 || rev < revs[tree])
+                        { revs[tree] = rev; };
+                  next;}
+        END       {for (tree in trees)
+                        { rev=revs[trees[tree]];
+                          if (rev > 0) 
+                                {printf("%s %d\n",trees[tree],rev-1)}
+                        }}' | while read LINE
+    do
+        set - $LINE
+        TREE=$1
+        REV=$2
+        A=`hg -R $CWS/$TREE log --rev $REV --template '{node}'`
+        FSTAT_OPT="--rev $A"
+        print "Revision: $A $REV" >> $FLIST
+        treestatus $TREE
+    done
+}
+
+function flist_from_mercurial_forest
+{
+    rm -f $FLIST
+    if [ -z "$Nflag" ]; then
+	print " File list from hg foutgoing $PWS ..."
+        outgoing_from_mercurial_forest
+        HG_LIST_FROM_COMMIT=1
+    fi
+    if [ ! -f $FLIST ]; then
+        # hg commit hasn't been run see what is lying around
+	print "\n No outgoing, perhaps you haven't commited."
+	print " File list from hg fstatus -mard ...\c"
+        FSTAT_OPT=
+        fstatus
+        HG_LIST_FROM_COMMIT=0
+    fi
+    print " Done."
+}
+
+#
+# Used when dealing with the result of 'hg foutgoing'
+# When now go down the tree and generate the change list
+#
+function treestatus
+{
+    TREE=$1
+    HGCMD="hg -R $CWS/$TREE status $FSTAT_OPT"
+    
+    $HGCMD -mdn 2>/dev/null | $FILTER | while read F
+    do
+        echo $TREE/$F
+    done >> $FLIST
+
+    # Then all the added files
+    # But some of these could have been "moved" or renamed ones
+    # so let's make sure we get the proper info
+    # hg status -aC will produce something like:
+    #	A subdir/File3
+    #	A subdir/File4
+    #	  File4
+    #	A subdir/File5
+    # The first and last are simple addition while the middle one
+    # is a move/rename
+
+    $HGCMD -aC | $FILTER | while read LINE; do
+	ldone=""
+	while [ -z "$ldone" ]; do
+	    ldone="1"
+	    set - $LINE
+	    if [ $# -eq 2 -a "$1" == "A" ]; then
+		AFILE=$2
+		if read LINE2; then
+		    set - $LINE2
+		    if [ $# -eq 1 ]; then
+			echo $TREE/$AFILE $TREE/$1 >>$FLIST
+		    elif [ $# -eq 2 ]; then
+			echo $TREE/$AFILE >>$FLIST
+			LINE=$LINE2
+			ldone=""
+		    fi
+		else
+		    echo $TREE/$AFILE >>$FLIST
+		fi
+	    fi
+	done
+    done
+    $HGCMD -rn | $FILTER | while read RFILE; do
+	grep "$TREE/$RFILE" $FLIST >/dev/null
+	if [ $? -eq 1 ]; then
+	    echo $TREE/$RFILE >>$FLIST
+	fi
+    done
+}
+
+function fstatus
+{
+    #
+    # forest extension is still being changed. For instance the output
+    # of fstatus used to no prepend the tree path to filenames, but
+    # this has changed recently. AWK code below does try to handle both
+    # cases
+    #
+    hg fstatus -mdn $FSTAT_OPT 2>/dev/null | $FILTER | $AWK '
+	/^\[.*\]$/	{tree=substr($1,2,length($1)-2); next}
+	$1 != ""	{n=index($1,tree);
+			 if (n == 0)
+				{ printf("%s/%s\n",tree,$1)}
+			 else
+				{ printf("%s\n",$1)}}' >> $FLIST
+
+    #
+    # There is a bug in the output of fstatus -aC on recent versions: it
+    # inserts a space between the name of the tree and the filename of the
+    # old file. e.g.:
+    #
+    # $ hg fstatus -aC
+    # [.]
+    #
+    # [MyWS]
+    # A MyWS/subdir/File2
+    #  MyWS/ File2
+    #
+    # [MyWS2]
+    #
+
+    hg fstatus -aC $FSTAT_OPT 2>/dev/null | $FILTER | $AWK '
+	/^\[.*\]$/	{tree=substr($1,2,length($1)-2); next}
+	/^A .*/		{n=index($2,tree);
+			 if (n == 0)
+				{ printf("A %s/%s\n",tree,$2)}
+			 else
+				{ printf("A %s\n",$2)}; 
+			 next}
+	/^ /		{n=index($1,tree);
+			 if (n == 0)
+				{ printf("%s/%s\n",tree,$1)}
+			 else
+				{ if (NF == 2)
+					printf("%s/%s\n",tree,$2)
+				  else
+					printf("%s\n",$1)
+				};
+			 next}
+	' | while read LINE; do
+	ldone=""
+	while [ -z "$ldone" ]; do
+	    ldone="1"
+	    set - $LINE
+	    if [ $# -eq 2 -a "$1" == "A" ]; then
+		AFILE=$2
+		if read LINE2; then
+		    set - $LINE2
+		    if [ $# -eq 1 ]; then
+			echo $AFILE $1 >>$FLIST
+		    elif [ $# -eq 2 ]; then
+			echo $AFILE >>$FLIST
+			LINE=$LINE2
+			ldone=""
+		    fi
+		else
+		    echo $AFILE >>$FLIST
+		fi
+	    fi
+	done
+    done
+    hg fstatus -rn $FSTAT_OPT 2>/dev/null | $FILTER | $AWK '
+	/^\[.*\]$/	{tree=substr($1,2,length($1)-2); next}
+	$1 != ""	{n=index($1,tree);
+			 if (n == 0)
+				{ printf("%s/%s\n",tree,$1)}
+			 else
+				{ printf("%s\n",$1)}}' | while read RFILE; do
+	grep "$RFILE" $FLIST >/dev/null
+	if [ $? -eq 1 ]; then
+	    echo $RFILE >>$FLIST
+	fi
+    done
+}
+
+#
+# flist_from_mercurial $PWS
+#
+# Only local file based repositories are supported at present
+# since even though we can determine the list from the parent finding
+# the changes is harder.
+#
+# We first look for any outgoing files, this is for when the user has
+# run hg commit.  If we don't find any then we look with hg status.
+#
+# We need at least one of default-push or default paths set in .hg/hgrc
+# If neither are set we don't know who to compare with.
+
+function flist_from_mercurial 
+{
+#	if [ "${PWS##ssh://}" != "$PWS" -o \
+#	     "${PWS##http://}" != "$PWS" -o \
+#	     "${PWS##https://}" != "$PWS" ]; then
+#		print "Remote Mercurial repositories not currently supported."
+#		print "Set default and/or default-push to a local repository"
+#		exit
+#	fi
+    if [[ -n $forestflag ]]; then
+        HG_LIST_FROM_COMMIT=
+	flist_from_mercurial_forest
+    else
+        STATUS_REV=
+        if [[ -n $rflag ]]; then
+            STATUS_REV="--rev $PARENT_REV"
+        elif [[ -n $OUTREV ]]; then
+            STATUS_REV="--rev $OUTREV"
+        else
+            # hg commit hasn't been run see what is lying around
+            print "\n No outgoing, perhaps you haven't commited."
+        fi
+	# First let's list all the modified or deleted files
+
+	hg status $STATUS_REV -mdn | $FILTER > $FLIST
+
+	# Then all the added files
+	# But some of these could have been "moved" or renamed ones
+	# so let's make sure we get the proper info
+	# hg status -aC will produce something like:
+	#	A subdir/File3
+	#	A subdir/File4
+	#	  File4
+	#	A subdir/File5
+	# The first and last are simple addition while the middle one
+	# is a move/rename
+
+	hg status $STATUS_REV -aC | $FILTER >$FLIST.temp
+	while read LINE; do
+	    ldone=""
+	    while [ -z "$ldone" ]; do
+		ldone="1"
+		set - $LINE
+		if [ $# -eq 2 -a "$1" == "A" ]; then
+		    AFILE=$2
+		    if read LINE2; then
+			set - $LINE2
+			if [ $# -eq 1 ]; then
+			    echo $AFILE $1 >>$FLIST
+			elif [ $# -eq 2 ]; then
+			    echo $AFILE >>$FLIST
+			    LINE=$LINE2
+			    ldone=""
+			fi
+		    else
+			echo $AFILE >>$FLIST
+		    fi
+		fi
+	    done
+	done < $FLIST.temp
+	hg status $STATUS_REV -rn | $FILTER > $FLIST.temp
+	while read RFILE; do
+	    grep "$RFILE" $FLIST >/dev/null
+	    if [ $? -eq 1 ]; then
+		echo $RFILE >>$FLIST
+	    fi
+	done < $FLIST.temp
+	rm -f $FLIST.temp
+    fi
+}
+
+function env_from_flist
+{
+	[[ -r $FLIST ]] || return
+
+	#
+	# Use "eval" to set env variables that are listed in the file
+	# list.  Then copy those into our local versions of those
+	# variables if they have not been set already.
+	#
+	eval `sed -e "s/#.*$//" $FLIST | grep = `
+
+	[[ -z $codemgr_ws && -n $CODEMGR_WS ]] && codemgr_ws=$CODEMGR_WS
+
+	#
+	# Check to see if CODEMGR_PARENT is set in the flist file.
+	#
+	[[ -z $codemgr_parent && -n $CODEMGR_PARENT ]] && \
+	    codemgr_parent=$CODEMGR_PARENT
+}
+
+#
+# detect_scm
+#
+# We dynamically test the SCM type; this allows future extensions to
+# new SCM types
+#
+function detect_scm
+{
+	#
+	# If CODEMGR_WS is specified in the flist file, we assume teamware.
+	#
+	if [[ -r $FLIST ]]; then
+		egrep '^CODEMGR_WS=' $FLIST > /dev/null 2>&1
+		if [[ $? -eq 0 ]]; then
+			print "teamware"
+			return
+		fi
+	fi
+
+	#
+	# The presence of $CODEMGR_WS and a Codemgr_wsdata directory
+	# is our clue that this is a teamware workspace.
+	# Same if true if current directory has a Codemgr_wsdata sub-dir
+	#
+	if [[ -z "$CODEMGR_WS" ]]; then
+	    CODEMGR_WS=`workspace name 2>/dev/null`
+	fi
+
+	if [[ -n $CODEMGR_WS && -d "$CODEMGR_WS/Codemgr_wsdata" ]]; then
+		print "teamware"
+	elif [[ -d $PWD/Codemgr_wsdata ]]; then
+		print "teamware"
+	elif hg root >/dev/null ; then
+		print "mercurial"
+	else
+		print "unknown"
+	fi
+}
+
+#
+# Extract the parent workspace from the Codemgr_wsdata/parent file
+#
+function parent_from_teamware
+{
+    if [[ -f "$1/Codemgr_wsdata/parent" ]]; then
+	tail -1 "$1/Codemgr_wsdata/parent"
+    fi
+}
+
+function look_for_prog
+{
+	typeset path
+	typeset ppath
+	typeset progname=$1
+
+	DEVTOOLS=
+	OS=`uname`
+	if [[ "$OS" == "SunOS" ]]; then
+	    DEVTOOLS="/java/devtools/`uname -p`/bin"
+	elif [[ "$OS" == "Linux" ]]; then
+	    DEVTOOLS="/java/devtools/linux/bin"
+	fi
+	    
+	ppath=$PATH
+	ppath=$ppath:/usr/sfw/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin
+	ppath=$ppath:/opt/teamware/bin:/opt/onbld/bin
+	ppath=$ppath:/opt/onbld/bin/`uname -p`
+	ppath=$ppath:/java/devtools/share/bin:$DEVTOOLS
+
+	PATH=$ppath prog=`whence $progname`
+	if [[ -n $prog ]]; then
+		print $prog
+	fi
+}
+
+function build_old_new_teamware
+{
+	# If the child's version doesn't exist then
+	# get a readonly copy.
+
+	if [[ ! -f $F && -f SCCS/s.$F ]]; then
+		$SCCS get -s $F
+	fi
+
+	#
+	# Snag new version of file.
+	#
+	rm -f $newdir/$DIR/$F
+	cp $F $newdir/$DIR/$F
+
+	#
+	# Get the parent's version of the file. First see whether the
+	# child's version is checked out and get the parent's version
+	# with keywords expanded or unexpanded as appropriate.
+	#
+	if [ -f $PWS/$PDIR/SCCS/s.$PF -o \
+	    -f $PWS/$PDIR/SCCS/p.$PF ]; then
+		rm -f $olddir/$PDIR/$PF
+		if [ -f SCCS/p.$F ]; then
+			$SCCS get -s -p -k $PWS/$PDIR/$PF \
+			    > $olddir/$PDIR/$PF
+		else
+			$SCCS get -s -p    $PWS/$PDIR/$PF \
+			    > $olddir/$PDIR/$PF
+		fi
+	else
+		if [[ -f $PWS/$PDIR/$PF ]]; then
+			# Parent is not a real workspace, but just a raw
+			# directory tree - use the file that's there as
+			# the old file.
+
+			rm -f $olddir/$DIR/$F
+			cp $PWS/$PDIR/$PF $olddir/$DIR/$F
+		fi
+	fi
+}
+
+#
+# Find the parent for $1
+#
+function find_outrev
+{
+    crev=$1
+    prev=`hg log -r $crev --template '{parents}\n'`
+    if [[ -z "$prev" ]]
+    then
+	# No specific parent means previous changeset is parent
+	prev=`expr $crev - 1`
+    else
+	# Format is either of the following two:
+	# 546:7df6fcf1183b
+	# 548:16f1915bb5cd 547:ffaa4e775815
+	prev=`echo $prev | sed -e 's/\([0-9]*\):.*/\1/'`
+    fi
+    print $prev
+}
+
+function extract_ssh_infos
+{
+    CMD=$1
+    if expr "$CMD" : 'ssh://[^/]*@' >/dev/null; then
+	ssh_user=`echo $CMD | sed -e 's/ssh:\/\/\(.*\)@.*/\1/'`
+	ssh_host=`echo $CMD | sed -e 's/ssh:\/\/.*@\([^/]*\)\/.*/\1/'`
+	ssh_dir=`echo $CMD | sed -e 's/ssh:\/\/.*@[^/]*\/\(.*\)/\1/'`
+    else
+	ssh_user=
+	ssh_host=`echo $CMD | sed -e 's/ssh:\/\/\([^/]*\)\/.*/\1/'`
+	ssh_dir=`echo $CMD | sed -e 's/ssh:\/\/[^/]*\/\(.*\)/\1/'`
+    fi
+    
+}
+
+function build_old_new_mercurial
+{
+	olddir=$1
+	newdir=$2
+	DIR=$3
+	F=$4
+	#
+	# new version of the file.
+	#
+	rm -rf $newdir/$DIR/$F
+	if [ -f $F ]; then
+	    cp $F  $newdir/$DIR/$F
+	fi
+
+	#
+	# Old version of the file.
+	#
+	rm -rf $olddir/$DIR/$F
+
+	if [ -n "$PWS" ]; then
+	    if expr "$PWS" : 'ssh://' >/dev/null
+	    then
+		extract_ssh_infos $PWS
+		if [ -n "$ssh_user" ]; then
+		    parent="ssh -l $ssh_user $ssh_host hg -R $ssh_dir --cwd $ssh_dir"
+		else
+		    parent="ssh $ssh_host hg -R $ssh_dir --cwd $ssh_dir"
+		fi
+	    else
+		parent="hg -R $PWS --cwd $PWS"
+	    fi
+	else
+	    parent=""
+	fi
+
+	if [ -z "$rename" ]; then
+	    if [ -n "$rflag" ]; then
+		parentrev=$PARENT_REV
+	    elif [ "$HG_LIST_FROM_COMMIT" -eq 1 ]; then
+                parentrev=$OUTREV
+	    else
+                if [[ -n $HG_BRANCH ]]; then
+                    parentrev=$HG_BRANCH
+                else
+		    parentrev="tip"
+                fi
+	    fi
+
+	    if [ -n "$parentrev" ]; then
+		if [ -z "$parent" ]; then
+		    hg cat --rev $parentrev --output $olddir/$DIR/$F $F 2>/dev/null
+		else
+		    # when specifying a workspace we have to provide
+		    # the full path
+		    $parent cat --rev $parentrev --output $olddir/$DIR/$F $DIR/$F 2>/dev/null
+		fi
+	    fi
+	else
+	    # It's a rename (or a move), so let's make sure we move
+	    # to the right directory first, then restore it once done
+	    current_dir=`pwd`
+	    cd $CWS/$PDIR
+	    if [ -n "$rflag" ]; then
+		parentrev=$PARENT_REV
+	    elif [ "$HG_LIST_FROM_COMMIT" -eq 1 ]; then
+                parentrev=$OUTREV
+	    fi
+	    if [ -z "$parentrev" ]; then
+		parentrev=`hg log -l1 $PF | $AWK -F: '/changeset/ {print $2}'`
+	    fi
+	    if [ -n "$parentrev" ]; then
+		mkdir -p $olddir/$PDIR
+		if [ -z "$parent" ]; then
+		    hg cat --rev $parentrev --output $olddir/$PDIR/$PF $PF 2>/dev/null
+		else
+		    $parent cat --rev $parentrev --output $olddir/$PDIR/$PF $PDIR/$PF 2>/dev/null
+		fi
+	    fi
+	    cd $current_dir
+	fi
+}
+
+function build_old_new
+{
+	if [[ $SCM_MODE == "teamware" ]]; then
+		build_old_new_teamware $@
+	fi
+
+	if [[ $SCM_MODE == "mercurial" ]]; then
+		build_old_new_mercurial $@
+	fi
+}
+
+
+#
+# Usage message.
+#
+function usage
+{
+	print "Usage:\twebrev [common-options]
+	webrev [common-options] ( <file> | - )
+	webrev [common-options] -w <wx file>
+	webrev [common-options] -l [arguments to 'putback']
+
+Options:
+	-v: Print the version of this tool.
+        -b: Do not ignore changes in the amount of white space.
+        -c <CR#>: Include link to CR (aka bugid) in the main page.
+	-O: Print bugids/arc cases suitable for OpenJDK.
+	-i <filename>: Include <filename> in the index.html file.
+	-o <outdir>: Output webrev to specified directory.
+	-p <compare-against>: Use specified parent wkspc or basis for comparison
+	-w <wxfile>: Use specified wx active file.
+        -u <username>: Use that username instead of 'guessing' one.
+	-m: Forces the use of Mercurial
+	-t: Forces the use of Teamware
+
+Mercurial only options:
+	-r rev: Compare against a specified revision
+	-N: Skip 'hg outgoing', use only 'hg status'
+	-f: Use the forest extension
+
+Environment:
+	WDIR: Control the output directory.
+	WEBREV_BUGURL: Control the URL prefix for bugids.
+	WEBREV_SACURL: Control the URL prefix for ARC cases.
+
+SCM Environment:
+	Teamware: CODEMGR_WS: Workspace location.
+	Teamware: CODEMGR_PARENT: Parent workspace location.
+
+"
+
+	exit 2
+}
+
+#
+#
+# Main program starts here
+#
+#
+LANG="C"
+LC_ALL="C"
+export LANG LC_ALL
+trap "rm -f /tmp/$$.* ; exit" 0 1 2 3 15
+
+set +o noclobber
+
+[[ -z $WDIFF ]] && WDIFF=`look_for_prog wdiff`
+[[ -z $WX ]] && WX=`look_for_prog wx`
+[[ -z $CODEREVIEW ]] && CODEREVIEW=`look_for_prog codereview`
+[[ -z $PS2PDF ]] && PS2PDF=`look_for_prog ps2pdf`
+[[ -z $PERL ]] && PERL=`look_for_prog perl`
+[[ -z $SCCS ]] && SCCS=`look_for_prog sccs`
+[[ -z $AWK ]] && AWK=`look_for_prog nawk`
+[[ -z $AWK ]] && AWK=`look_for_prog gawk`
+[[ -z $AWK ]] && AWK=`look_for_prog awk`
+[[ -z $WSPACE ]] && WSPACE=`look_for_prog workspace`
+[[ -z $JAR ]] && JAR=`look_for_prog jar`
+[[ -z $ZIP ]] && ZIP=`look_for_prog zip`
+[[ -z $GETENT ]] && GETENT=`look_for_prog getent`
+[[ -z $WGET ]] && WGET=`look_for_prog wget`
+
+if uname | grep CYGWIN >/dev/null
+then
+        ISWIN=1
+        # Under windows mercurial outputs '\' instead of '/'
+        FILTER="tr '\\\\' '/'"
+else
+        FILTER="cat"
+fi
+
+if [[ ! -x $PERL ]]; then
+	print -u2 "Error: No perl interpreter found.  Exiting."
+	exit 1
+fi
+
+#
+# These aren't fatal, but we want to note them to the user.
+# We don't warn on the absence of 'wx' until later when we've
+# determined that we actually need to try to invoke it.
+#
+# [[ ! -x $CODEREVIEW ]] && print -u2 "WARNING: codereview(1) not found."
+# [[ ! -x $PS2PDF ]] && print -u2 "WARNING: ps2pdf(1) not found."
+# [[ ! -x $WDIFF ]] && print -u2 "WARNING: wdiff not found."
+
+# Declare global total counters.
+integer TOTL TINS TDEL TMOD TUNC
+
+flist_mode=
+flist_file=
+bflag=
+iflag=
+oflag=
+pflag=
+uflag=
+lflag=
+wflag=
+Oflag=
+rflag=
+Nflag=
+forestflag=
+while getopts "c:i:o:p:r:u:lmtwONvfb" opt
+do
+	case $opt in
+        b)      bflag=1;;
+
+	i)	iflag=1
+		INCLUDE_FILE=$OPTARG;;
+
+	o)	oflag=1
+		WDIR=$OPTARG;;
+
+	p)	pflag=1
+		codemgr_parent=$OPTARG;;
+
+	u)      uflag=1
+		username=$OPTARG;;
+
+        c)      if [[ -z $CRID ]]; then
+                   CRID=$OPTARG
+                else
+                   CRID="$CRID $OPTARG"
+                fi;;
+
+	m)	SCM_MODE="mercurial";;
+
+	t)	SCM_MODE="teamware";;
+
+	#
+	# If -l has been specified, we need to abort further options
+	# processing, because subsequent arguments are going to be
+	# arguments to 'putback -n'.
+	#
+	l)	lflag=1
+		break;;
+
+	w)	wflag=1;;
+
+	O)	Oflag=1;;
+
+	N)	Nflag=1;;
+
+	f)	forestflag=1;;
+
+	r)	rflag=1
+		PARENT_REV=$OPTARG;;
+
+	v)	print "$0 version: $WEBREV_UPDATED";;
+		
+
+	?)	usage;;
+	esac
+done
+
+FLIST=/tmp/$$.flist
+
+if [[ -n $wflag && -n $lflag ]]; then
+	usage
+fi
+
+if [[ -n $forestflag && -n $rflag ]]; then
+    print "The -r <rev> flag is incompatible with the use of forests"
+    exit 2
+fi
+
+#
+# If this manually set as the parent, and it appears to be an earlier webrev,
+# then note that fact and set the parent to the raw_files/new subdirectory.
+#
+if [[ -n $pflag && -d $codemgr_parent/raw_files/new ]]; then
+	parent_webrev="$codemgr_parent"
+	codemgr_parent="$codemgr_parent/raw_files/new"
+fi
+
+if [[ -z $wflag && -z $lflag ]]; then
+	shift $(($OPTIND - 1))
+
+	if [[ $1 == "-" ]]; then
+		cat > $FLIST
+		flist_mode="stdin"
+		flist_done=1
+		shift
+	elif [[ -n $1 ]]; then
+		if [[ ! -r $1 ]]; then
+			print -u2 "$1: no such file or not readable"
+			usage
+		fi
+		cat $1 > $FLIST
+		flist_mode="file"
+		flist_file=$1
+		flist_done=1
+		shift
+	else
+		flist_mode="auto"
+	fi
+fi
+
+#
+# Before we go on to further consider -l and -w, work out which SCM we think
+# is in use.
+#
+if [[ -z $SCM_MODE ]]; then
+    SCM_MODE=`detect_scm $FLIST`
+fi
+if [[ $SCM_MODE == "unknown" ]]; then
+	print -u2 "Unable to determine SCM type currently in use."
+	print -u2 "For teamware: webrev looks for \$CODEMGR_WS either in"
+	print -u2 "              the environment or in the file list."
+	print -u2 "For mercurial: webrev runs 'hg root'."
+	exit 1
+fi
+
+print -u2 "   SCM detected: $SCM_MODE"
+
+
+if [[ $SCM_MODE == "mercurial" ]]; then
+    #
+    # determine Workspace and parent workspace paths
+    #
+    CWS=`hg root | $FILTER`
+    if [[ -n $pflag && -z "$PWS" ]]; then
+	OUTPWS=$codemgr_parent
+        # Let's try to expand it if it's an alias defined in [paths]
+        tmp=`hg path $OUTPWS 2>/dev/null | $FILTER`
+        if [[ -n $tmp ]]; then
+            OUTPWS="$tmp"
+        fi
+        if [[ -n $rflag ]]; then
+	    if expr "$codemgr_parent" : 'ssh://.*' >/dev/null; then
+	        PWS=$codemgr_parent
+	    else
+	        PWS=`hg -R "$codemgr_parent" root 2>/dev/null | $FILTER`
+	    fi
+        fi
+    fi
+    #
+    # OUTPWS is the parent repository to use when using 'hg outgoing'
+    #
+    if [[ -z $Nflag ]]; then
+        if [[ -n $forestflag ]]; then
+            #
+            # for forest we have to rely on properly set default and
+            # default-push because they can be different from the top one.
+            # unless of course it was explicitely speficied with -p
+            if [[ -z $pflag ]]; then
+                OUTPWS=
+            fi
+        else
+            #
+            # Unfortunately mercurial is bugged and doesn't handle
+            # aliases correctly in 'hg path default'
+            # So let's do it ourselves. Sigh...
+            if [[ -z "$OUTPWS" ]]; then
+                OUTPWS=`grep default-push $CWS/.hg/hgrc | $AWK '{print $3}' | $FILTER`
+            fi
+            # Still empty, means no default-push
+            if [[ -z "$OUTPWS" ]]; then
+                OUTPWS=`grep 'default =' $CWS/.hg/hgrc | $AWK '{print $3}' | $FILTER`
+            fi
+            # Let's try to expand it if it's an alias defined in [paths]
+            tmp=`hg path $OUTPWS 2>/dev/null | $FILTER`
+            if [[ -n $tmp ]]; then
+                OUTPWS="$tmp"
+            fi
+        fi
+    fi
+    #
+    # OUTPWS may contain username:password, let's make sure we remove the
+    # sensitive information before we print out anything in the HTML
+    #
+    OUTPWS2=$OUTPWS
+    if [[ -n $OUTPWS ]]; then
+	if [[ `expr "$OUTPWS" : '.*://[^/]*@.*'` -gt 0 ]]; then
+	    # Remove everything between '://' and '@'
+	    OUTPWS2=`echo $OUTPWS | sed -e 's/\(.*:\/\/\).*@\(.*\)/\1\2/'`
+	fi
+    fi
+
+    if [[ -z $HG_BRANCH ]]; then
+        HG_BRANCH=`hg branch`
+        if [ "$HG_BRANCH" == "default" ]; then
+            #
+            # 'default' means no particular branch, so let's cancel that
+            #
+            HG_BRANCH=
+        fi
+    fi
+
+    if [[ -z $forestflag ]]; then
+        if [[ -z $Nflag ]]; then
+            #
+            # If no "-N", always do "hg outgoing" against parent
+            # repository to determine list of outgoing revisions.
+            #
+            ALL_CREV=`hg outgoing -q --template '{rev}\n' $OUTPWS | sort -n`
+            if [[ -n $ALL_CREV ]]; then
+                FIRST_CREV=`echo "$ALL_CREV" | head -1`
+                #
+                # If no "-r", choose revision to compare against by
+                # finding the latest revision not in the outgoing list.
+                #
+                if [[ -z $rflag ]]; then
+                    OUTREV=`find_outrev "$FIRST_CREV"`
+                    if [[ -n $OUTREV ]]; then
+                        HG_LIST_FROM_COMMIT=1
+                    fi
+                fi
+            fi
+        elif [[ -n $rflag ]]; then
+            #
+            # If skipping "hg outgoing" but still comparing against a
+            # specific revision (not the tip), set revision for comment
+            # accumulation.
+            #
+            FIRST_CREV=`hg log --rev $PARENT_REV --template '{rev}'`
+            FIRST_CREV=`expr $FIRST_CREV + 1`
+        fi
+    fi
+    #Let's check if a merge is needed, if so, issue a warning
+    PREV=`hg parent | grep '^tag:.*tip$'`
+    if [[ -z $PREV ]]; then
+        print "WARNING: parent rev is not tip. Maybe an update or merge is needed"
+    fi
+fi
+
+if [[ -n $lflag ]]; then
+	#
+	# If the -l flag is given instead of the name of a file list,
+	# then generate the file list by extracting file names from a
+	# putback -n.
+	#
+	shift $(($OPTIND - 1))
+	if [[ $SCM_MODE == "teamware" ]]; then
+		flist_from_teamware "$*"
+	elif [[ $SCM_MODE == "mercurial" ]]; then
+		flist_from_mercurial
+	fi
+	flist_done=1
+	shift $#
+
+elif [[ -n $wflag ]]; then
+	#
+	# If the -w is given then assume the file list is in Bonwick's "wx"
+	# command format, i.e.  pathname lines alternating with SCCS comment
+	# lines with blank lines as separators.  Use the SCCS comments later
+	# in building the index.html file.
+	#
+	shift $(($OPTIND - 1))
+	wxfile=$1
+	if [[ -z $wxfile && -n $CODEMGR_WS ]]; then
+		if [[ -r $CODEMGR_WS/wx/active ]]; then
+			wxfile=$CODEMGR_WS/wx/active
+		fi
+	fi
+
+	[[ -z $wxfile ]] && print -u2 "wx file not specified, and could not " \
+	    "be auto-detected (check \$CODEMGR_WS)" && exit 1
+
+	print -u2 " File list from: wx 'active' file '$wxfile' ... \c"
+	flist_from_wx $wxfile
+	flist_done=1
+	if [[ -n "$*" ]]; then
+		shift
+	fi
+elif [[ $flist_mode == "stdin" ]]; then
+	print -u2 " File list from: standard input"
+elif [[ $flist_mode == "file" ]]; then
+	print -u2 " File list from: $flist_file"
+fi
+
+if [[ $# -gt 0 ]]; then
+	print -u2 "WARNING: unused arguments: $*"
+fi
+
+if [[ $SCM_MODE == "teamware" ]]; then
+	#
+	# Parent (internally $codemgr_parent) and workspace ($codemgr_ws) can
+	# be set in a number of ways, in decreasing precedence:
+	#
+	#      1) on the command line (only for the parent)
+	#      2) in the user environment
+	#      3) in the flist
+	#      4) automatically based on the workspace (only for the parent)
+	#
+
+	#
+	# Here is case (2): the user environment
+	#
+	[[ -z $codemgr_ws && -n $CODEMGR_WS ]] && codemgr_ws=$CODEMGR_WS
+	[[ -z $codemgr_ws && -n $WSPACE ]] && codemgr_ws=`$WSPACE name`
+	    
+	if [[ -n $codemgr_ws && ! -d $codemgr_ws ]]; then
+		print -u2 "$codemgr_ws: no such workspace"
+		exit 1
+	fi
+
+	[[ -z $codemgr_parent && -n $CODEMGR_PARENT ]] && \
+	    codemgr_parent=$CODEMGR_PARENT
+
+	if [[ -n $codemgr_parent && ! -d $codemgr_parent ]]; then
+		print -u2 "$codemgr_parent: no such directory"
+		exit 1
+	fi
+
+	#
+	# If we're in auto-detect mode and we haven't already gotten the file
+	# list, then see if we can get it by probing for wx.
+	#
+	if [[ -z $flist_done && $flist_mode == "auto" && -n $codemgr_ws ]]; then
+		if [[ ! -x $WX ]]; then
+			print -u2 "WARNING: wx not found!"
+		fi
+
+		#
+		# We need to use wx list -w so that we get renamed files, etc.
+		# but only if a wx active file exists-- otherwise wx will
+		# hang asking us to initialize our wx information.
+		#
+		if [[ -x $WX && -f $codemgr_ws/wx/active ]]; then
+			print -u2 " File list from: 'wx list -w' ... \c"
+			$WX list -w > $FLIST
+			$WX comments > /tmp/$$.wx_comments
+			wxfile=/tmp/$$.wx_comments
+			print -u2 "done"
+			flist_done=1
+		fi
+	fi
+
+	#
+	# If by hook or by crook we've gotten a file list by now (perhaps
+	# from the command line), eval it to extract environment variables from
+	# it: This is step (3).
+	#
+	env_from_flist
+
+	#
+	# Continuing step (3): If we still have no file list, we'll try to get
+	# it from teamware.
+	#
+	if [[ -z $flist_done ]]; then
+		flist_from_teamware
+		env_from_flist
+	fi
+
+	if [[ -z $codemgr_ws && -d $PWD/Codemgr_wsdata ]]; then
+	    codemgr_ws=$PWD
+	fi
+	#
+	# Observe true directory name of CODEMGR_WS, as used later in
+	# webrev title.
+	#
+	if [[ -n $codemgr_ws ]]; then
+	    codemgr_ws=$(cd $codemgr_ws;print $PWD)
+	fi
+
+	if [[ -n $codemgr_parent ]]; then
+	    codemgr_parent=$(cd $codemgr_parent;print $PWD)
+	fi
+
+	#
+	# (4) If we still don't have a value for codemgr_parent, get it
+	# from workspace.
+	#
+	[[ -z $codemgr_parent && -n $WSPACE ]] && codemgr_parent=`$WSPACE parent`
+	[[ -z $codemgr_parent ]] && codemgr_parent=`parent_from_teamware $codemgr_ws`
+
+	if [[ ! -d $codemgr_parent ]]; then
+	    print -u2 "$CODEMGR_PARENT: no such parent workspace"
+	    exit 1
+	fi
+
+	#
+	# Reset CODEMGR_WS to make sure teamware commands are happy.
+	#
+	CODEMGR_WS=$codemgr_ws
+	CWS=$codemgr_ws
+	PWS=$codemgr_parent
+elif [[ $SCM_MODE == "mercurial" ]]; then
+    if [[ -z $flist_done ]]; then
+	flist_from_mercurial $PWS
+    fi
+fi
+
+#
+# If the user didn't specify a -i option, check to see if there is a
+# webrev-info file in the workspace directory.
+#
+if [[ -z $iflag && -r "$CWS/webrev-info" ]]; then
+	iflag=1
+	INCLUDE_FILE="$CWS/webrev-info"
+fi
+
+if [[ -n $iflag ]]; then
+	if [[ ! -r $INCLUDE_FILE ]]; then
+		print -u2 "include file '$INCLUDE_FILE' does not exist or is" \
+		    "not readable."
+		exit 1
+	else
+		#
+		# $INCLUDE_FILE may be a relative path, and the script alters
+		# PWD, so we just stash a copy in /tmp.
+		#
+		cp $INCLUDE_FILE /tmp/$$.include
+	fi
+fi
+
+#
+# Output directory.
+#
+if [[ -z $WDIR ]]; then
+    WDIR=$CWS/webrev
+else
+    # If the output directory doesn't end with '/webrev' or '/webrev/'
+    # then add '/webrev'. This is for backward compatibility
+    if ! expr $WDIR : '.*/webrev/\?$' >/dev/null
+    then
+	WDIR=$WDIR/webrev
+    fi
+fi
+# WDIR=${WDIR:-$CWS/webrev}
+
+#
+# Name of the webrev, derived from the workspace name; in the
+# future this could potentially be an option.
+#
+# Let's keep what's after the last '/'
+WNAME=${CWS##*/}
+
+#
+# If WDIR doesn't start with '/' or 'x:' prepend the current dir
+#
+if [ ${WDIR%%/*} ]; then
+    if [[ -n $ISWIN ]]; then
+        if [ ${WDIR%%[A-Za-z]:*} ]; then
+	    WDIR=$PWD/$WDIR
+        fi
+    else
+	WDIR=$PWD/$WDIR
+    fi
+fi
+
+if [[ ! -d $WDIR ]]; then
+	mkdir -p $WDIR
+	[[ $? != 0 ]] && exit 1
+fi
+
+#
+# Summarize what we're going to do.
+#
+print "      Workspace: $CWS"
+if [[ -n $parent_webrev ]]; then
+    print "Compare against: webrev at $parent_webrev"
+elif [[ -n $OUTPWS2 ]]; then
+    print "Compare against: $OUTPWS2"
+fi
+if [[ -n $HG_BRANCH ]]; then
+    print "         Branch: $HG_BRANCH"
+fi
+if [[ -n $rflag ]]; then
+        print "Compare against version: $PARENT_REV"
+fi
+[[ -n $INCLUDE_FILE ]] && print "      Including: $INCLUDE_FILE"
+print "      Output to: $WDIR"
+
+#
+# Save the file list in the webrev dir
+#
+[[ ! $FLIST -ef $WDIR/file.list ]] && cp $FLIST $WDIR/file.list
+
+#
+#    Bug IDs will be replaced by a URL.  Order of precedence
+#    is: default location, $WEBREV_BUGURL, the -O flag.
+#
+BUGURL='http://monaco.sfbay.sun.com/detail.jsp?cr='
+[[ -n $WEBREV_BUGURL ]] && BUGURL="$WEBREV_BUGURL"
+[[ -n "$Oflag" ]] && \
+    BUGURL='http://bugs.sun.com/bugdatabase/view_bug.do?bug_id='
+
+#
+#    Likewise, ARC cases will be replaced by a URL.  Order of precedence
+#    is: default, $WEBREV_SACURL, the -O flag.
+#
+#    Note that -O also triggers different substitution behavior for
+#    SACURL.  See sac2url().
+#
+SACURL='http://sac.eng.sun.com'
+[[ -n $WEBREV_SACURL ]] && SACURL="$WEBREV_SACURL"
+[[ -n $Oflag ]] && \
+    SACURL='http://www.opensolaris.org/os/community/arc/caselog'
+
+rm -f $WDIR/$WNAME.patch
+rm -f $WDIR/$WNAME.ps
+rm -f $WDIR/$WNAME.pdf
+
+touch $WDIR/$WNAME.patch
+
+print "   Output Files:"
+
+#
+# Clean up the file list: Remove comments, blank lines and env variables.
+#
+sed -e "s/#.*$//" -e "/=/d" -e "/^[   ]*$/d" $FLIST > /tmp/$$.flist.clean
+FLIST=/tmp/$$.flist.clean
+
+#
+# Clean up residual raw files
+#
+if [ -d $WDIR/raw_files ]; then
+    rm -rf $WDIR/raw_files 2>/dev/null
+fi
+
+#
+# Should we ignore changes in white spaces when generating diffs?
+# 
+if [[ -n $bflag ]]; then
+    DIFFOPTS="-t"
+else
+    DIFFOPTS="-bt"
+fi
+#
+# First pass through the files: generate the per-file webrev HTML-files.
+#
+while read LINE
+do
+	set - $LINE
+	P=$1
+
+        if [[ $1 == "Revision:" ]]; then
+            OUTREV=$2
+            continue
+        fi
+	#
+	# Normally, each line in the file list is just a pathname of a
+	# file that has been modified or created in the child.  A file
+	# that is renamed in the child workspace has two names on the
+	# line: new name followed by the old name.
+	#
+	oldname=""
+	oldpath=""
+	rename=
+	if [[ $# -eq 2 ]]; then
+		PP=$2			# old filename
+		oldname=" (was $PP)"
+		oldpath="$PP"
+		rename=1
+        	PDIR=${PP%/*}
+        	if [[ $PDIR == $PP ]]; then
+			PDIR="."   # File at root of workspace
+		fi
+
+		PF=${PP##*/}
+
+	        DIR=${P%/*}
+	        if [[ $DIR == $P ]]; then
+			DIR="."   # File at root of workspace
+		fi
+
+		F=${P##*/}
+        else
+	        DIR=${P%/*}
+	        if [[ "$DIR" == "$P" ]]; then
+			DIR="."   # File at root of workspace
+		fi
+
+		F=${P##*/}
+
+		PP=$P
+		PDIR=$DIR
+		PF=$F
+	fi
+
+        # Make the webrev directory if necessary as it may have been
+        # removed because it was empty
+        if [ ! -d $CWS/$DIR ]; then
+	    mkdir -p $CWS/$DIR
+        fi
+
+	COMM=`getcomments html $P $PP`
+
+	print "\t$P$oldname\n\t\t\c"
+
+	# Make the webrev mirror directory if necessary
+	mkdir -p $WDIR/$DIR
+
+	# cd to the directory so the names are short
+	cd $CWS/$DIR
+
+	#
+	# If we're in OpenSolaris mode, we enforce a minor policy:
+	# help to make sure the reviewer doesn't accidentally publish
+	# source which is in usr/closed/*
+	#
+	if [[ -n $Oflag ]]; then
+		pclosed=${P##usr/closed/}
+		if [[ $pclosed != $P ]]; then
+			print "*** Omitting closed source for OpenSolaris" \
+			    "mode review"
+			continue
+		fi
+	fi
+
+	#
+	# We stash old and new files into parallel directories in /tmp
+	# and do our diffs there.  This makes it possible to generate
+	# clean looking diffs which don't have absolute paths present.
+	#
+	olddir=$WDIR/raw_files/old
+	newdir=$WDIR/raw_files/new
+	mkdir -p $olddir
+	mkdir -p $newdir
+	mkdir -p $olddir/$PDIR
+	mkdir -p $newdir/$DIR
+
+	build_old_new $olddir $newdir $DIR $F
+
+	if [[ ! -f $F && ! -f $olddir/$DIR/$F ]]; then
+		print "*** Error: file not in parent or child"
+		continue
+	fi
+
+	cd $WDIR/raw_files
+	ofile=old/$PDIR/$PF
+	nfile=new/$DIR/$F
+
+	mv_but_nodiff=
+	cmp $ofile $nfile > /dev/null 2>&1
+	if [[ $? == 0 && $rename == 1 ]]; then
+		mv_but_nodiff=1
+	fi
+
+        #
+        # Cleaning up
+        #
+        rm -f $WDIR/$DIR/$F.cdiff.html
+        rm -f $WDIR/$DIR/$F.udiff.html
+        rm -f $WDIR/$DIR/$F.wdiff.html
+        rm -f $WDIR/$DIR/$F.sdiff.html
+        rm -f $WDIR/$DIR/$F-.html
+        rm -f $WDIR/$DIR/$F.html
+
+	its_a_jar=
+	if expr $F : '.*\.jar' >/dev/null; then
+	    its_a_jar=1
+	    # It's a JAR file, let's do it differntly
+	    if [[ -z $JAR ]]; then
+		print "No access to jar, so can't produce diffs for jar files"
+	    else
+		if [ -f $ofile ]; then
+		    $JAR -tvf $ofile >"$ofile".lst
+		fi
+		if [ -f $nfile ]; then
+		    $JAR -tvf $nfile >"$nfile".lst
+		fi
+
+		if [[ -f $ofile && -f $nfile && -z $mv_but_nodiff ]]; then
+
+		    ${CDIFFCMD:-diff -bt -C 5} $ofile.lst $nfile.lst > $WDIR/$DIR/$F.cdiff
+		    diff_to_html $F $DIR/$F "C" "$COMM" < $WDIR/$DIR/$F.cdiff \
+			> $WDIR/$DIR/$F.cdiff.html
+		    print " cdiffs\c"
+
+		    ${UDIFFCMD:-diff -bt -U 5} $ofile.lst $nfile.lst > $WDIR/$DIR/$F.udiff
+		    diff_to_html $F $DIR/$F "U" "$COMM" < $WDIR/$DIR/$F.udiff \
+			> $WDIR/$DIR/$F.udiff.html
+
+		    print " udiffs\c"
+
+		    if [[ -x $WDIFF ]]; then
+			$WDIFF -c "$COMM" \
+			    -t "$WNAME Wdiff $DIR/$F" $ofile.lst $nfile.lst > \
+			    $WDIR/$DIR/$F.wdiff.html 2>/dev/null
+			if [[ $? -eq 0 ]]; then
+			    print " wdiffs\c"
+			else
+			    print " wdiffs[fail]\c"
+			fi
+		    fi
+
+		    sdiff_to_html $ofile $nfile $F $DIR "$COMM" \
+			> $WDIR/$DIR/$F.sdiff.html
+		    print " sdiffs\c"
+
+		    print " frames\c"
+
+		    rm -f $WDIR/$DIR/$F.cdiff $WDIR/$DIR/$F.udiff
+
+		    difflines $ofile.lst $nfile.lst > $WDIR/$DIR/$F.count
+
+		elif [[ -f $ofile && -f $nfile && -n $mv_but_nodiff ]]; then
+		# renamed file: may also have differences
+		    difflines $ofile.lst $nfile.lst > $WDIR/$DIR/$F.count
+		elif [[ -f $nfile ]]; then
+		# new file: count added lines
+		    difflines /dev/null $nfile.lst > $WDIR/$DIR/$F.count
+		elif [[ -f $ofile ]]; then
+		# old file: count deleted lines
+		    difflines $ofile.lst /dev/null > $WDIR/$DIR/$F.count
+		fi
+	    fi
+	else
+	    
+	    #
+	    # If we have old and new versions of the file then run the
+	    # appropriate diffs.  This is complicated by a couple of factors:
+	    #
+	    #	- renames must be handled specially: we emit a 'remove'
+	    #	  diff and an 'add' diff
+	    #	- new files and deleted files must be handled specially
+	    #	- Solaris patch(1m) can't cope with file creation
+	    #	  (and hence renames) as of this writing.
+	    #   - To make matters worse, gnu patch doesn't interpret the
+	    #	  output of Solaris diff properly when it comes to
+	    #	  adds and deletes.  We need to do some "cleansing"
+	    #     transformations:
+	    # 	    [to add a file] @@ -1,0 +X,Y @@  -->  @@ -0,0 +X,Y @@
+	    #	    [to del a file] @@ -X,Y +1,0 @@  -->  @@ -X,Y +0,0 @@
+	    #
+	    cleanse_rmfile="sed 's/^\(@@ [0-9+,-]*\) [0-9+,-]* @@$/\1 +0,0 @@/'"
+	    cleanse_newfile="sed 's/^@@ [0-9+,-]* \([0-9+,-]* @@\)$/@@ -0,0 \1/'"
+
+	    rm -f $WDIR/$DIR/$F.patch
+	    if [[ -z $rename ]]; then
+		if [ ! -f $ofile ]; then
+		    diff -u /dev/null $nfile | sh -c "$cleanse_newfile" \
+			> $WDIR/$DIR/$F.patch
+		elif [ ! -f $nfile ]; then
+		    diff -u $ofile /dev/null | sh -c "$cleanse_rmfile" \
+			> $WDIR/$DIR/$F.patch
+		else
+		    diff -u $ofile $nfile > $WDIR/$DIR/$F.patch
+		fi
+	    else
+		diff -u $ofile /dev/null | sh -c "$cleanse_rmfile" \
+		    > $WDIR/$DIR/$F.patch
+
+		diff -u /dev/null $nfile | sh -c "$cleanse_newfile" \
+		    >> $WDIR/$DIR/$F.patch
+
+	    fi
+
+
+	#
+	# Tack the patch we just made onto the accumulated patch for the
+	# whole wad.
+	#
+	    cat $WDIR/$DIR/$F.patch >> $WDIR/$WNAME.patch
+
+	    print " patch\c"
+
+	    if [[ -f $ofile && -f $nfile && -z $mv_but_nodiff ]]; then
+
+		${CDIFFCMD:-diff -bt -C 5} $ofile $nfile > $WDIR/$DIR/$F.cdiff
+		diff_to_html $F $DIR/$F "C" "$COMM" < $WDIR/$DIR/$F.cdiff \
+		    > $WDIR/$DIR/$F.cdiff.html
+		print " cdiffs\c"
+
+		${UDIFFCMD:-diff -bt -U 5} $ofile $nfile > $WDIR/$DIR/$F.udiff
+		diff_to_html $F $DIR/$F "U" "$COMM" < $WDIR/$DIR/$F.udiff \
+		    > $WDIR/$DIR/$F.udiff.html
+
+		print " udiffs\c"
+
+		if [[ -x $WDIFF ]]; then
+		    $WDIFF -c "$COMM" \
+			-t "$WNAME Wdiff $DIR/$F" $ofile $nfile > \
+			$WDIR/$DIR/$F.wdiff.html 2>/dev/null
+		    if [[ $? -eq 0 ]]; then
+			print " wdiffs\c"
+		    else
+			print " wdiffs[fail]\c"
+		    fi
+		fi
+
+		sdiff_to_html $ofile $nfile $F $DIR "$COMM" \
+		    > $WDIR/$DIR/$F.sdiff.html
+		print " sdiffs\c"
+
+		print " frames\c"
+
+		rm -f $WDIR/$DIR/$F.cdiff $WDIR/$DIR/$F.udiff
+
+		difflines $ofile $nfile > $WDIR/$DIR/$F.count
+
+	    elif [[ -f $ofile && -f $nfile && -n $mv_but_nodiff ]]; then
+		# renamed file: may also have differences
+		difflines $ofile $nfile > $WDIR/$DIR/$F.count
+	    elif [[ -f $nfile ]]; then
+		# new file: count added lines
+		difflines /dev/null $nfile > $WDIR/$DIR/$F.count
+	    elif [[ -f $ofile ]]; then
+		# old file: count deleted lines
+		difflines $ofile /dev/null > $WDIR/$DIR/$F.count
+	    fi
+	fi
+	#
+	# Now we generate the postscript for this file.  We generate diffs
+	# only in the event that there is delta, or the file is new (it seems
+	# tree-killing to print out the contents of deleted files).
+	#
+	if [[ -f $nfile ]]; then
+		ocr=$ofile
+		[[ ! -f $ofile ]] && ocr=/dev/null
+
+		if [[ -z $mv_but_nodiff ]]; then
+			textcomm=`getcomments text $P $PP`
+			if [[ -x $CODEREVIEW ]]; then
+				$CODEREVIEW -y "$textcomm" \
+				    -e $ocr $nfile \
+				    > /tmp/$$.psfile 2>/dev/null &&
+				    cat /tmp/$$.psfile >> $WDIR/$WNAME.ps
+				if [[ $? -eq 0 ]]; then
+					print " ps\c"
+				else
+					print " ps[fail]\c"
+				fi
+			fi
+		fi
+	fi
+
+	if [[ -f $ofile && -z $mv_but_nodiff ]]; then
+	    if [[ -n $its_a_jar ]]; then
+		source_to_html Old $P < $ofile.lst > $WDIR/$DIR/$F-.html
+	    else
+		source_to_html Old $P < $ofile > $WDIR/$DIR/$F-.html
+	    fi
+		print " old\c"
+	fi
+
+	if [[ -f $nfile ]]; then
+	    if [[ -n $its_a_jar ]]; then
+		source_to_html New $P < $nfile.lst > $WDIR/$DIR/$F.html
+	    else
+		source_to_html New $P < $nfile > $WDIR/$DIR/$F.html
+	    fi
+		print " new\c"
+	fi
+
+	print
+done < $FLIST
+
+frame_nav_js > $WDIR/ancnav.js
+frame_navigation > $WDIR/ancnav.html
+
+if [[ -f $WDIR/$WNAME.ps && -x $CODEREVIEW && -x $PS2PDF ]]; then
+	print " Generating PDF: \c"
+	fix_postscript $WDIR/$WNAME.ps | $PS2PDF - > $WDIR/$WNAME.pdf
+	print "Done."
+fi
+
+# Now build the index.html file that contains
+# links to the source files and their diffs.
+
+cd $CWS
+
+# Save total changed lines for Code Inspection.
+print "$TOTL" > $WDIR/TotalChangedLines
+
+print "     index.html: \c"
+INDEXFILE=$WDIR/index.html
+exec 3<&1			# duplicate stdout to FD3.
+exec 1<&-			# Close stdout.
+exec > $INDEXFILE		# Open stdout to index file.
+
+print "$HTML<head>"
+print "<meta name=\"scm\" content=\"$SCM_MODE\" />"
+print "$STDHEAD"
+print "<title>$WNAME</title>"
+print "</head>"
+print "<body id=\"SUNWwebrev\">"
+print "<div class=\"summary\">"
+print "<h2>Code Review for $WNAME</h2>"
+
+print "<table>"
+
+if [[ -z $uflag ]]
+then
+    if [[ $SCM_MODE == "mercurial" ]]
+    then
+        #
+        # Let's try to extract the user name from the .hgrc file
+        #
+	username=`grep '^username' $HOME/.hgrc | sed 's/^username[ ]*=[ ]*\(.*\)/\1/'`
+    fi
+
+    if [[ -z $username ]]
+    then
+        #
+        # Figure out the username and gcos name.  To maintain compatibility
+        # with passwd(4), we must support '&' substitutions.
+        #
+	username=`id | cut -d '(' -f 2 | cut -d ')' -f 1`
+	if [[ -x $GETENT ]]; then
+	    realname=`$GETENT passwd $username | cut -d':' -f 5 | cut -d ',' -f 1`
+	fi
+	userupper=`print "$username" | sed 's/\<./\u&/g'`
+	realname=`print $realname | sed s/\&/$userupper/`
+    fi
+fi
+
+date="on `date`"
+
+if [[ -n "$username" && -n "$realname" ]]; then
+	print "<tr><th>Prepared by:</th>"
+	print "<td>$realname ($username) $date</td></tr>"
+elif [[ -n "$username" ]]; then
+	print "<tr><th>Prepared by:</th><td>$username $date</td></tr>"
+fi
+
+print "<tr><th>Workspace:</th><td>$CWS</td></tr>"
+if [[ -n $parent_webrev ]]; then
+        print "<tr><th>Compare against:</th><td>"
+	print "webrev at $parent_webrev"
+else
+    if [[ -n $OUTPWS2 ]]; then
+        print "<tr><th>Compare against:</th><td>"
+	print "$OUTPWS2"
+    fi
+fi
+print "</td></tr>"
+if [[ -n $rflag ]]; then
+    print "<tr><th>Compare against version:</th><td>$PARENT_REV</td></tr>"
+elif [[ -n $OUTREV ]]; then
+    if [[ -z $forestflag ]]; then
+        print "<tr><th>Compare against version:</th><td>$OUTREV</td></tr>"
+    fi
+fi
+if [[ -n $HG_BRANCH ]]; then
+    print "<tr><th>Branch:</th><td>$HG_BRANCH</td></tr>"
+fi
+
+print "<tr><th>Summary of changes:</th><td>"
+printCI $TOTL $TINS $TDEL $TMOD $TUNC
+print "</td></tr>"
+
+if [[ -f $WDIR/$WNAME.patch ]]; then
+	print "<tr><th>Patch of changes:</th><td>"
+	print "<a href=\"$WNAME.patch\">$WNAME.patch</a></td></tr>"
+fi
+if [[ -f $WDIR/$WNAME.pdf ]]; then
+	print "<tr><th>Printable review:</th><td>"
+	print "<a href=\"$WNAME.pdf\">$WNAME.pdf</a></td></tr>"
+fi
+
+if [[ -n "$iflag" ]]; then
+	print "<tr><th>Author comments:</th><td><div>"
+	cat /tmp/$$.include
+	print "</div></td></tr>"
+fi
+# Add links to referenced CRs, if any
+# external URL has a <title> like:
+# <title>Bug ID: 6641309 Wrong Cookie separator used in HttpURLConnection</title>
+# while internal URL has <title> like:
+# <title>6641309: Wrong Cookie separator used in HttpURLConnection</title>
+#
+if [[ -n $CRID ]]; then
+    for id in $CRID
+    do
+        print "<tr><th>Bug id:</th><td>"
+        url="${BUGURL}${id}"
+        if [[ -n $WGET ]]; then
+            msg=`$WGET -q $url -O - | grep '<title>' | sed 's/<title>\(.*\)<\/title>/\1/' | sed 's/Bug ID://'`
+        fi
+        if [[ -n $msg ]]; then
+            print "<a href=\"$url\">$msg</a>"
+        else
+            print $id | bug2url
+        fi
+        
+        print "</td></tr>"
+    done
+fi
+print "<tr><th>Legend:</th><td>"
+print "<b>Modified file</b><br><font color=red><b>Deleted file</b></font><br><font color=green><b>New file</b></font></td></tr>"
+print "</table>"
+print "</div>"
+
+#
+# Second pass through the files: generate the rest of the index file
+#
+while read LINE
+do
+	set - $LINE
+        if [[ $1 == "Revision:" ]]; then
+            FIRST_CREV=`expr $3 + 1`
+            continue
+        fi
+	P=$1
+
+	if [[ $# == 2 ]]; then
+		PP=$2
+		oldname=" <i>(was $PP)</i>"
+
+	else
+		PP=$P
+		oldname=""
+	fi
+
+	DIR=${P%/*}
+	if [[ $DIR == $P ]]; then
+		DIR="."   # File at root of workspace
+	fi
+
+	# Avoid processing the same file twice.
+	# It's possible for renamed files to
+	# appear twice in the file list
+
+	F=$WDIR/$P
+
+	print "<p><code>"
+
+	# If there's a diffs file, make diffs links
+
+        NODIFFS=
+	if [[ -f $F.cdiff.html ]]; then
+		print "<a href=\"$P.cdiff.html\">Cdiffs</a>"
+		print "<a href=\"$P.udiff.html\">Udiffs</a>"
+
+		if [[ -f $F.wdiff.html && -x $WDIFF ]]; then
+			print "<a href=\"$P.wdiff.html\">Wdiffs</a>"
+		fi
+
+		print "<a href=\"$P.sdiff.html\">Sdiffs</a>"
+
+		print "<a href=\"$P.frames.html\">Frames</a>"
+	else
+                NODIFFS=1
+		print " ------ ------ ------"
+
+		if [[ -x $WDIFF ]]; then
+			print " ------"
+		fi
+
+		print " ------"
+	fi
+
+	# If there's an old file, make the link
+
+        NOOLD=
+	if [[ -f $F-.html ]]; then
+		print "<a href=\"$P-.html\">Old</a>"
+	else
+                NOOLD=1
+		print " ---"
+	fi
+
+	# If there's an new file, make the link
+
+        NONEW=
+	if [[ -f $F.html ]]; then
+		print "<a href=\"$P.html\">New</a>"
+	else
+                NONEW=1
+		print " ---"
+	fi
+
+	if [[ -f $F.patch ]]; then
+		print "<a href=\"$P.patch\">Patch</a>"
+	else
+		print " -----"
+	fi
+
+	if [[ -f $WDIR/raw_files/new/$P ]]; then
+		print "<a href=\"raw_files/new/$P\">Raw</a>"
+	else
+		print " ---"
+	fi
+        print "</code>"
+        if [[ -n $NODIFFS && -z $oldname ]]; then
+            if [[ -n $NOOLD ]]; then
+                print "<font color=green><b>$P</b></font>"
+            elif [[ -n $NONEW ]]; then
+                print "<font color=red><b>$P</b></font>"
+            fi
+        else
+	    print "<b>$P</b> $oldname"
+        fi
+
+	#
+	# Check for usr/closed
+	#
+	if [ ! -z "$Oflag" ]; then
+		if [[ $P == usr/closed/* ]]; then
+			print "&nbsp;&nbsp;<i>Closed source: omitted from" \
+			    "this review</i>"
+		fi
+	fi
+
+	print "</p><blockquote>\c"
+	# Insert delta comments if any
+	comments=`getcomments html $P $PP`
+	if [ -n "$comments" ]; then
+	    print "<pre>$comments</pre>"
+	fi
+
+	# Add additional comments comment
+
+	print "<!-- Add comments to explain changes in $P here -->"
+
+	# Add count of changes.
+
+	if [[ -f $F.count ]]; then
+	    cat $F.count
+	    rm $F.count
+	fi
+        print "</blockquote>"
+done < $FLIST
+
+print
+print
+print "<hr />"
+print "<p style=\"font-size: small\">"
+print "This code review page was prepared using <b>$0</b>"
+print "(vers $WEBREV_UPDATED)."
+print "</body>"
+print "</html>"
+
+if [[ -n $ZIP ]]; then
+    # Let's generate a zip file for convenience
+    cd $WDIR/..
+    if [ -f webrev.zip ]; then
+	rm webrev.zip
+    fi
+    $ZIP -r webrev webrev >/dev/null 2>&1
+fi
+
+exec 1<&-			# Close FD 1.
+exec 1<&3			# dup FD 3 to restore stdout.
+exec 3<&-			# close FD 3.
+
+print "Done."
+print "Output to: $WDIR"
+