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#
# Copyright (c) 2016 D. Richard Hipp
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
# modify it under the terms of the Simplified BSD License (also
# known as the "2-Clause License" or "FreeBSD License".)
#
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but without any warranty; without even the implied warranty of
# merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
#
# Author contact information:
#   drh@hwaci.com
#   http://www.hwaci.com/drh/
#
############################################################################
#
# Test manifest setting
#

# We need SHA1 to effectively test the manifest files produced by
# fossil. It looks like the one from tcllib is exactly what we need.
# On ActiveTcl, add it with teacup. On other platforms, YMMV.
# teacup install sha1
package require sha1

proc file_contains {fname match} {
  set fp [open $fname r]
  set contents [read $fp]
  close $fp
  set lines [split $contents "\n"]
  foreach line $lines {
    if {[regexp $match $line]} {
      return 1
    }
  }
  return 0
}

# We need a respository, so let it have one.
test_setup

#### Verify classic behavior of the manifest setting

# Setting is off by default, and there are no extra files.
fossil settings manifest
test "set-manifest-1" {[regexp {^manifest *$} $RESULT]}
set filelist [glob -nocomplain manifest*]
test "set-manifest-1-n" {[llength $filelist] == 0}

# Classic behavior: TRUE value creates manifest and manifest.uuid
set truths [list true on 1]
foreach v $truths {
  fossil settings manifest $v
  test "set-manifest-2-$v" {$RESULT eq ""}
  fossil settings manifest
  test "set-manifest-2-$v-a" {[regexp "^manifest\\s+\\(local\\)\\s+$v\\s*$" $RESULT]}
  set filelist [glob manifest*]
  test "set-manifest-2-$v-n" {[llength $filelist] == 2}
  foreach f $filelist {
    test "set-manifest-2-$v-f-$f" {[file isfile $f]}
  }
}

# ... and manifest.uuid is the checkout's hash
fossil info
regexp {(?m)^checkout:\s+([0-9a-f]{40,64})\s.*$} $RESULT ckoutline ckid
set uuid [string trim [read_file "manifest.uuid"]]
test "set-manifest-2-uuid" {[same_uuid $ckid $uuid]}


# ... which is also the SHA1 of the file "manifest" before it was
# sterilized by appending an extra line when writing the file. The
# extra text begins with # and is a full line, so we'll just strip
# it with a brute-force substitution. This probably has the right
# effect even if the checkin was PGP-signed, but we don't have that
# setting turned on for this manifest in any case.
#regsub {(?m)^#.*\n} [read_file "manifest"] "" manifest
#set muuid [::sha1::sha1 $manifest]
#test "set-manifest-2-manifest" {[same_uuid $muuid $uuid]}


# Classic behavior: FALSE value removes manifest and manifest.uuid
set falses [list false off 0]
foreach v $falses {
  fossil settings manifest $v
  test "set-manifest-3-$v" {$RESULT eq ""}
  fossil settings manifest
  test "set-manifest-3-$v-a" {[regexp "^manifest\\s+\\(local\\)\\s+$v\\s*$" $RESULT]}
  set filelist [glob -nocomplain manifest*]
  test "set-manifest-3-$v-n" {[llength $filelist] == 0}
}


# Classic behavior: unset removes manifest and manifest.uuid
fossil unset manifest
test "set-manifest-4" {$RESULT eq ""}
fossil settings manifest
test "set-manifest-4-a" {[regexp {^manifest *$} $RESULT]}
set filelist [glob -nocomplain manifest*]
test "set-manifest-4-n" {[llength $filelist] == 0}


##### Tags Manifest feature extends the manifest setting

# Manifest Tags: use letters r, u, and t to select each of manifest,
# manifest.uuid, and manifest.tags files.
set truths [list r u t ru ut rt rut]
foreach v $truths {
  fossil settings manifest $v
  test "set-manifest-5-$v" {$RESULT eq ""}
  fossil settings manifest
  test "set-manifest-5-$v-a" {[regexp "^manifest\\s+\\(local\\)\\s+$v\\s*$" $RESULT]}
  set filelist [glob manifest*]
  test "set-manifest-5-$v-n" {[llength $filelist] == [string length $v]}
  foreach f $filelist {
    test "set-manifest-5-$v-f-$f" {[file isfile $f]}
  }
}

# Quick check for tags applied in trunk
test_file_contents "set-manifest-6" "manifest.tags" "branch trunk\ntag trunk\n"


##### Test manifest.tags file content updates after commits

# Explicitly set manifest.tags mode
fossil set manifest t
test "set-manifest-7-1" {[file isfile manifest.tags]}

# Add a tag and make sure it appears in manifest.tags
fossil tag add manifest-7-tag-1 tip
test "set-manifest-7-2" {[file_contains "manifest.tags" "^tag manifest-7-tag-1$"]}

# Add a file and make sure tag has disappeared from manifest.tags
write_file file1 "file1 contents"
fossil add file1
fossil commit -m "Added file1."
test "set-manifest-7-3" {![file_contains "manifest.tags" "^tag manifest-7-tag-1$"]}

# Add new tag and check that it is in manifest.tags
fossil tag add manifest-7-tag-2 tip
test "set-manifest-7-4" {[file_contains "manifest.tags" "^tag manifest-7-tag-2$"]}


##### Tags manifest branch= updates

# Add file, create new branch on commit and check that
# manifest.tags has been updated appropriately
write_file file3 "file3 contents"
fossil add file3
fossil commit -m "Added file3." --branch manifest-8-branch
test "set-manifest-8" {[file_contains "manifest.tags" "^branch manifest-8-branch$"]}


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