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;;;; tests for problems in the interface presented to the user/programmer
;;;; This software is part of the SBCL system. See the README file for
;;;; more information.
;;;;
;;;; While most of SBCL is derived from the CMU CL system, the test
;;;; files (like this one) were written from scratch after the fork
;;;; from CMU CL.
;;;;
;;;; This software is in the public domain and is provided with
;;;; absolutely no warranty. See the COPYING and CREDITS files for
;;;; more information.
(in-package :cl-user)
(load "test-util.lisp")
(load "compiler-test-util.lisp")
(use-package :test-util)
;;;; properties of symbols, e.g. presence of doc strings for public symbols
;;; FIXME: It would probably be good to require here that every
;;; external symbol either has a doc string or has some good excuse
;;; (like being an accessor for a structure which has a doc string).
;;;; tests of interface machinery
;;; APROPOS should accept a package designator, not just a package, and
;;; furthermore do the right thing when it gets a package designator.
;;; (bug reported and fixed by Alexey Dejneka sbcl-devel 2001-10-17)
(assert (< 0
(length (apropos-list "PRINT" :cl))
(length (apropos-list "PRINT"))))
;;; Further, it should correctly deal with the external-only flag (bug
;;; reported by cliini on #lisp IRC 2003-05-30, fixed in sbcl-0.8.0.1x
;;; by CSR)
(assert (= (length (apropos-list "" "CL"))
(length (apropos-list "" "CL" t))))
(assert (< 0
(length (apropos-list "" "SB-VM" t))
(length (apropos-list "" "SB-VM"))))
;;; DESCRIBE shouldn't fail on rank-0 arrays (bug reported and fixed
;;; by Lutz Euler sbcl-devel 2002-12-03)
(describe #0a0)
(describe #(1 2 3))
(describe #2a((1 2) (3 4)))
;;; TYPEP, SUBTYPEP, UPGRADED-ARRAY-ELEMENT-TYPE and
;;; UPGRADED-COMPLEX-PART-TYPE should be able to deal with NIL as an
;;; environment argument
(typep 1 'fixnum nil)
(subtypep 'fixnum 'integer nil)
(upgraded-array-element-type '(mod 5) nil)
(upgraded-complex-part-type '(single-float 0.0 1.0) nil)
;;; We should have documentation for our extension package:
(assert (documentation (find-package "SB-EXT") t))
;;; DECLARE should not be a special operator
(assert (not (special-operator-p 'declare)))
;;; WITH-TIMEOUT should accept more than one form in its body.
(with-test (:name :with-timeout-forms)
(handler-bind ((sb-ext:timeout #'continue))
(sb-ext:with-timeout 3
(sleep 2)
(sleep 2))))
;;; SLEEP should not cons
(with-test (:name (sleep :non-consing) :fails-on '(not :x86-64))
(ctu:assert-no-consing (sleep 0.00001)))
;;; SLEEP should work with large integers as well -- no timers
;;; on win32, so don't test there.
(with-test (:name (sleep pretty-much-forever) :skipped-on :win32)
(assert (eq :timeout
(handler-case
(sb-ext:with-timeout 1
(sleep (ash 1 (* 2 sb-vm:n-word-bits))))
(sb-ext:timeout ()
:timeout)))))
;;; DOCUMENTATION should return nil, not signal slot-unbound
(documentation 'fixnum 'type)
(documentation 'class 'type)
(documentation (find-class 'class) 'type)
(documentation 'foo 'structure)
;;; DECODE-UNIVERSAL-TIME should accept second-resolution time-zones.
(macrolet ((test (ut time-zone list)
(destructuring-bind (sec min hr date mon yr day tz)
list
`(multiple-value-bind (sec min hr date mon yr day dst tz)
(decode-universal-time ,ut ,time-zone)
(declare (ignore dst))
(assert (= sec ,sec))
(assert (= min ,min))
(assert (= hr ,hr))
(assert (= date ,date))
(assert (= mon ,mon))
(assert (= yr ,yr))
(assert (= day ,day))
(assert (= tz ,tz))))))
(test (* 86400 365) -1/3600 (1 0 0 1 1 1901 1 -1/3600))
(test (* 86400 365) 0 (0 0 0 1 1 1901 1 0))
(test (* 86400 365) 1/3600 (59 59 23 31 12 1900 0 1/3600)))
;;; DECODE-UNIVERSAL-TIME shouldn't fail when the time is outside UNIX
;;; 32-bit time_t and a timezone wasn't passed
(decode-universal-time 0 nil)
;;; ENCODE-UNIVERSAL-TIME should be able to encode the universal time
;;; 0 when passed a representation in a timezone where the
;;; representation of 0 as a decoded time is in 1899.
(encode-universal-time 0 0 23 31 12 1899 1)
;;; DISASSEMBLE shouldn't fail on purified functions
(disassemble 'cl:+)
(disassemble 'sb-ext:run-program)
;;; minimal test of GC: see stress-gc.{sh,lisp} for a more
;;; comprehensive test.
(loop repeat 2
do (compile nil '(lambda (x) x))
do (sb-ext:gc :full t))
;;; On x86-64, the instruction definitions for CMP*[PS][SD] were broken
;;; so that the disassembler threw an error when they were used with
;;; one operand in memory.
(with-test (:name :bug-814702)
(disassemble (lambda (x)
(= #C(2.0f0 3.0f0)
(the (complex single-float) x))))
(disassemble (lambda (x y)
(= (the (complex single-float) x)
(the (complex single-float) y)))))