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#!/bin/bash

set -e 
$PREPARE_CLEAN > /dev/null
$INCLUDE_FUNCS
cd $WC

# If the filename and the message overlap, the "log -v" test
# "grep"s the wrong data.
file=x-commit-msg-file-$RANDOM-$RANDOM-$RANDOM-x
# Date in a german locale gives "Jän", in the locale codeset - to verify 
# the correct en/deconding!
# We don't use the 1st - depending on the timezone settings this might give  
# us December.
msg="$STG_UTF8.$STG_LOC"

logfile=$LOGDIR/070.log

# Exercise the commit msg editor code. Try an empty file, too.
echo $RANDOM > $file
EDITOR="touch" $BINdflt ci 
echo $msg > $file
EDITOR="cp $file" $BINdflt ci -o author=NoSuchMan

svn log $REPURL -rHEAD > $logfile
if grep $msg < $logfile > /dev/null
then
	$SUCCESS "Message was taken"
else
	$ERROR "Message not fetched from editor!"
fi

if [[ "$PROTOCOL" != "file://" ]]
then
  $WARN "Author only taken for file://; doesn't work for svn+ssh."
else
	if grep NoSuchMan < $logfile > /dev/null
	then
		$SUCCESS "Author was taken"
	else
		$ERROR "Author not used on commit"
	fi
fi


$BINdflt log -rHEAD > $logfile 2>&1
if grep $msg < $logfile > /dev/null
then
	$SUCCESS "'fsvs log -rX' works."
else
	$ERROR "'fsvs log -rX' doesn't work."
fi


# For the just created file there should be only a single revision.
$BINdflt log $file > $logfile 2>&1
if grep $msg < $logfile > /dev/null
then
	$SUCCESS "'fsvs log file' works."
else
	$ERROR "'fsvs log file' doesn't work."
fi

# Test log output options
$BINdflt log -o log_output=normal $file > $logfile
if grep "^$msg" < $logfile > /dev/null
then
	$SUCCESS "Normal log output works"
else
	$ERROR "Normal log output wrong"
fi

$BINdflt log -o log_output=indent,color $file > $logfile
# I cannot make grep and egrep understand \x1b.
# Double reverse logic - if 0 lines found, return non-zero.
if grep "^  $msg" < $logfile > /dev/null &&
	perl -e 'exit (0 == grep(/\x1b\[0;0m/, <STDIN>))' < $logfile
then
	$SUCCESS "Indented, colorized log output works"
else
	$ERROR "Indented, colorized log output wrong"
fi


# Test -F for commit message, with a very long line.
# That can fail for non-UTF8-characters, if one would get cut in the 
# middle. (That's why there are so many strange things in the above line!)
for a in `seq 1 200` ; do echo -n $msg$msg ; done > $file
$BINdflt ci -F $file

if svn log $REPURL -rHEAD | grep $msg$msg > $logfile 2>&1
then
	$SUCCESS "message was taken"
else
	$ERROR "message not read from file!"
fi

# Test log -v
$BINdflt log -rHEAD:HEAD -v > $logfile 2>&1
if grep $file < $logfile > /dev/null
then
	$SUCCESS "'fsvs log -v -rX:Y' works."
else
	$ERROR "'fsvs log -v -rX:Y' doesn't work."
fi

# Test empty file
> $file
$BINdflt ci -F $file

# Test limit parameter
$BINdflt log -rHEAD:1 -o limit=1 $file > $logfile
if [[ `wc -l < $logfile` -eq 5 ]]
then
  $SUCCESS "log limit obeyed"
else
	cat $logfile
	wc -l < $logfile
  $ERROR "log limit doesn't work"
fi


# Test EPIPE handling.
# I could reproduce it with "strace -o /dev/null $BINdflt log | true", (or 
# "| head -1"), but only in 1 of 10 cases without the strace.
strace_bin=`which strace || true`
strace_cmd=${strace_bin:+$strace_bin -o /dev/null}
for command in log st
do
	ret=$(
		set -o pipefail
		$strace_cmd $BINdflt $command 2>$logfile | true
		echo $?
		set +o pipefail )
	if [[ $ret -eq 0 ]]
	then
		# No errors on STDOUT allowed.
		if [[ `wc -l < $logfile` -eq 0 ]]
		then
			$SUCCESS "EPIPE on $command handled correctly"
		else
			$ERROR "wrong number of output lines on EPIPE $command test"
		fi
	else
		$ERROR "Error code on EPIPE $command"
	fi
done


$INFO "Test for filename sorting"
touch `seq -fx-%g 100 200`
$BINq ci -m1
$BINdflt log -r HEAD -v | grep "^  x-" > $logfile
if sort < $logfile | diff -u - $logfile
then
	$SUCCESS "Filenames are sorted."
else
	$ERROR "Filenames not sorted"
fi


$INFO "Test for filename filtering"
mkdir -p SOME/dir/below
touch SOMEdonttakeme 
touch SOME/Ill_be_there  SOME/dir-is-this-not
touch SOME/dir/below/Take_a_Wok_on_the_wild_side
$BINq ci -mZeta
$BINdflt log -r HEAD -o limit=1 -v SOME > $logfile
if ! grep Zeta $logfile 
then
	$ERROR "Wrong message in log?"
fi
if grep SOMEdonttakeme $logfile 
then
	$ERROR "Wrong entry in log"
fi
if ! grep -E 'Ill_be_there$' $logfile
then
	$ERROR "Entry missing"
fi
if ! grep -E ' SOME/Ill_be_there$' $logfile
then
	$ERROR "Wrong path syntax"
fi

$INFO "'fsvs log -v' on a file"
# Test log for a file
$BINdflt log -r HEAD -o limit=1 -v SOME/dir-is-this-not > $logfile
if ! grep Zeta $logfile 
then
	$ERROR "Wrong message in log?"
fi
if ! grep '^  SOME/dir-is-this-not$' $logfile
then
	$ERROR "Expected file not seen"
fi
# A file, and one line log message.
if [[ `grep '^  ' $logfile | wc -l` != 2 ]]
then
	$ERROR "Too many entries returned."
fi

$BINdflt log -r HEAD -o limit=1 -v $WC1/SOME/../SOME/dir-is-this-not > $logfile
if ! grep "^  $WC1/SOME/../SOME/dir-is-this-not\$" $logfile
then
	$ERROR "Full file path not given."
fi

$SUCCESS "'log -v' output takes parameters correctly."



$INFO "Tests for -u"
if $BINdflt log -u url -u url
then
	$ERROR "Duplicate -u shouldn't be taken."
fi
if $BINdflt log -u not_here
then
	$ERROR "Nonexisting URL taken"
fi
if ! $BINdflt log -u url -r HEAD > $logfile
then
	$ERROR "Normal -u errors?"
fi
mkdir a
$BINq ci -m2nd
$BINq urls name:foo,$REPURL/a
$BINq update
$BINdflt log -u foo -r HEAD > $logfile
if ! grep 2nd $logfile
then
	$ERROR "-u foo wrong message?"
fi

$SUCCESS "Tests for -u successfull."