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#!/bin/sh
# morse.test - test functionality of morse.
#
# Copyright (c) 1999 Joseph Samuel Myers.
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set -e

. tests/common

testexec morse morse/morse

# morse is somewhat broken and should probably be replaced with the
# OpenBSD version.  This limits the tests we can do until we fix it.

testno 1
morse/morse foo >test.out 2>&1 || failtest
compare test.out tests/morse.foo
rm -f test.out

testno 2
morse/morse -s SOS >test.out 2>&1 || failtest
compare test.out tests/morse.SOS
rm -f test.out

testno 3
morse/morse -d <tests/morse.SOS >test.out 2>&1 || failtest
compare test.out tests/morse.sos
rm -f test.out