File: 08_spaces.t

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#!/usr/bin/perl

# Test that File::Remove (with or without globbing) supports the use of
# spaces in the path to delete.

use strict;
use warnings;

BEGIN
{
    $|  = 1;
    $^W = 1;
}

use Test::More qw(no_plan);
use File::Spec::Functions ':ALL';
use File::Copy   ();
use File::Remove ();

#####################################################################
# Set up for the test

my $t  = catdir( curdir(), 't' );
my $s  = catdir( $t,       'spaced path' );
my $f1 = catfile( $s, 'foo1.txt' );
my $f2 = catfile( $s, 'foo2.txt' );
my $f3 = catfile( $s, 'bar.txt' );

sub create_directory
{
    mkdir( $s, 0777 ) or die "Failed to create $s";
    ok( -d $s, "Created $s ok" );
    ok( -r $s, "Created $s -r" );
    ok( -w $s, "Created $s -w" );
    my $spew = sub {
        my $fn = shift;
        open( my $fh, ">", $fn ) or die "Failed to create $fn";
        print {$fh} "Test\n";
        close $fh;
        return;
    };
    $spew->($f1);
    $spew->($f2);
    $spew->($f3);
}

sub clear_directory
{
    if ( -e $f1 )
    {
        unlink($f1) or die "unlink: $f1 failed";
        !-e $f1     or die "unlink didn't work";
    }
    if ( -e $f2 )
    {
        unlink($f2) or die "unlink: $f2 failed";
        !-e $f2     or die "unlink didn't work";
    }
    if ( -e $f3 )
    {
        unlink($f3) or die "unlink: $f3 failed";
        !-e $f3     or die "unlink didn't work";
    }
    if ( -e $s )
    {
        rmdir($s) or die "rmdir: $s failed";
        !-e $s    or die "rmdir didn't work";
    }
}

# Make sure there is no directory from a previous run
clear_directory();

# Create the directory
create_directory();

# Schedule cleanup
END
{
    clear_directory();
}

#####################################################################
# Main Testing

# Expand a glob that should match the foo files
my @match = File::Remove::expand('t/spaced path/foo*');
is( scalar(@match), 2, 'Found two results' );
ok( $match[0] =~ /foo1.txt/, 'Found foo1' );
ok( $match[1] =~ /foo2.txt/, 'Found foo2' );