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;;;; 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")
;;; In sbcl-0.6.9 FOO-NAMESTRING functions returned "" instead of NIL.
(let ((pathname0 (make-pathname :host nil
:directory
(pathname-directory
*default-pathname-defaults*)
:name "getty"))
(pathname1 (make-pathname :host nil
:directory nil
:name nil)))
(assert (equal (file-namestring pathname0) "getty"))
(assert (equal (directory-namestring pathname0)
(directory-namestring *default-pathname-defaults*)))
(assert (equal (file-namestring pathname1) ""))
(assert (equal (directory-namestring pathname1) "")))
;;; In sbcl-0.6.9 DIRECTORY failed on paths with :WILD or
;;; :WILD-INFERIORS in their directory components.
(let ((dir (directory "../**/*.*")))
;; We know a little bit about the structure of this result;
;; let's test to make sure that this test file is in it.
(assert (find-if (lambda (pathname)
(search "tests/filesys.pure.lisp"
(namestring pathname)))
dir)))
;;; In sbcl-0.9.7 DIRECTORY failed on pathnames with character-set
;;; components.
(let ((dir (directory "[f]*.*")))
;; We know a little bit about the structure of this result;
;; let's test to make sure that this test file is in it.
(assert (find-if (lambda (pathname)
(search "filesys.pure.lisp"
(namestring pathname)))
dir)))
;;; Set *default-pathname-defaults* to something other than the unix
;;; cwd, to catch functions which access the filesystem without
;;; merging properly. We should test more functions than just OPEN
;;; here, of course
(let ((*default-pathname-defaults*
(make-pathname :directory
(butlast
(pathname-directory *default-pathname-defaults*))
:defaults *default-pathname-defaults*)))
;; SBCL 0.7.1.2 failed to merge on OPEN
(with-open-file (i "tests/filesys.pure.lisp")
(assert i)))
;;; OPEN, LOAD and friends should signal an error of type FILE-ERROR
;;; if they are fed wild pathname designators; firstly, with wild
;;; pathnames that don't correspond to any files:
(assert (typep (nth-value 1 (ignore-errors (open "non-existent*.lisp")))
'file-error))
(assert (typep (nth-value 1 (ignore-errors (load "non-existent*.lisp")))
'file-error))
;;; then for pathnames that correspond to precisely one:
(assert (typep (nth-value 1 (ignore-errors (open "filesys.pur*.lisp")))
'file-error))
(assert (typep (nth-value 1 (ignore-errors (load "filesys.pur*.lisp")))
'file-error))
;;; then for pathnames corresponding to many:
(assert (typep (nth-value 1 (ignore-errors (open "*.lisp")))
'file-error))
(assert (typep (nth-value 1 (ignore-errors (load "*.lisp")))
'file-error))
;;; ANSI: FILE-LENGTH should signal an error of type TYPE-ERROR if
;;; STREAM is not a stream associated with a file.
;;;
;;; (Peter Van Eynde's ansi-test suite caught this, and Eric Marsden
;;; reported a fix for CMU CL, which was ported to sbcl-0.6.12.35.)
(assert (typep (nth-value 1 (ignore-errors (file-length *terminal-io*)))
'type-error))
;;; A few cases Windows does have enough marbles to pass right now
#+win32
(progn
(assert (equal "C:\\FOO" (native-namestring "C:\\FOO")))
(assert (equal "C:\\FOO" (native-namestring "C:/FOO")))
(assert (equal "C:\\FOO\\BAR" (native-namestring "C:\\FOO\\BAR")))
(assert (equal "C:\\FOO\\BAR" (native-namestring "C:\\FOO\\BAR\\" :as-file t))))
(with-test (:name (:parse-native-pathname :as-directory :junk-allowed))
(assert
(equal
(parse-native-namestring "foo.lisp" nil *default-pathname-defaults*
:as-directory t)
(parse-native-namestring "foo.lisp" nil *default-pathname-defaults*
:as-directory t
:junk-allowed t))))
;;; Test for NATIVE-PATHNAME / NATIVE-NAMESTRING stuff
;;;
;;; given only safe characters in the namestring, NATIVE-PATHNAME will
;;; never error, and NATIVE-NAMESTRING on the result will return the
;;; original namestring.
(with-test (:name :random-native-namestrings)
(let ((safe-chars
(coerce
(cons #\Newline
(loop for x from 32 to 127 collect (code-char x)))
'simple-base-string))
(tricky-sequences #("/../" "../" "/.." "." "/." "./" "/./"
"[]" "*" "**" "/**" "**/" "/**/" "?"
"\\*" "\\[]" "\\?" "\\*\\*" "*\\*")))
(loop repeat 1000
for length = (random 32)
for native-namestring = (coerce
(loop repeat length
collect
(char safe-chars
(random (length safe-chars))))
'simple-base-string)
for pathname = (native-pathname native-namestring)
for nnn = (native-namestring pathname)
do #+win32
;; We canonicalize to \ as the directory separator
;; on windows -- though both \ and / are legal.
(setf native-namestring (substitute #\\ #\/ native-namestring))
(unless (string= nnn native-namestring)
(error "1: wanted ~S, got ~S" native-namestring nnn)))
(loop repeat 1000
for native-namestring = (with-output-to-string (s)
(write-string "mu" s)
(loop
(let ((r (random 1.0)))
(cond
((< r 1/20) (return))
((< r 1/2)
(write-char
(char safe-chars
(random (length safe-chars)))
s))
(t (write-string
(aref tricky-sequences
(random
(length tricky-sequences)))
s))))))
for pathname = (native-pathname native-namestring)
for tricky-nnn = (native-namestring pathname)
do #+win32
;; We canonicalize to \ as the directory separator
;; on windows -- though both \ and / are legal.
(setf native-namestring (substitute #\\ #\/ native-namestring))
(unless (string= tricky-nnn native-namestring)
(error "2: wanted ~S, got ~S" native-namestring tricky-nnn)))))
;;; USER-HOMEDIR-PATHNAME and the extension SBCL-HOMEDIR-PATHNAME both
;;; used to call PARSE-NATIVE-NAMESTRING without supplying a HOST
;;; argument, and so would lose when *DEFAULT-PATHNAME-DEFAULTS* was a
;;; logical pathname.
(with-test (:name :user-homedir-pathname-robustness)
(let ((*default-pathname-defaults* (pathname "SYS:")))
(assert (not (typep (user-homedir-pathname)
'logical-pathname)))))
(with-test (:name :sbcl-homedir-pathname-robustness)
(let ((*default-pathname-defaults* (pathname "SYS:")))
(assert (not (typep (sb-impl::sbcl-homedir-pathname)
'logical-pathname)))))
(with-test (:name :file-author-stringp)
#-win32
(assert (stringp (file-author (user-homedir-pathname))))
#+win32
(assert (not (file-author (user-homedir-pathname)))))
(with-test (:name :file-write-date-integerp)
(assert (integerp (file-write-date (user-homedir-pathname)))))
;;; Canonicalization of pathnames for DIRECTORY
(with-test (:name :directory-/.)
(assert (equal (directory #p".") (directory #p"./")))
(assert (equal (directory #p".") (directory #p""))))
(with-test (:name :directory-/..)
(assert (equal (directory #p"..") (directory #p"../"))))
(with-test (:name :directory-unspecific)
(assert (equal (directory #p".")
(directory (make-pathname
:name :unspecific
:type :unspecific)))))
;;; Generated with
;;; (loop for exist in '(nil t)
;;; append
;;; (loop for (if-exists if-does-not-exist) in '((nil :error)
;;; (:error nil)
;;; (nil nil)
;;; (:error :error))
;;; collect (list 'do-open exist if-exists if-does-not-exist)))
(with-test (:name :open-never-openning)
(flet ((do-open (existing if-exists if-does-not-exist
&optional (direction :output))
(open (if existing
#.(or *compile-file-truename* *load-truename*)
"a-really-non-existing-file")
:direction direction
:if-exists if-exists :if-does-not-exist if-does-not-exist)))
(assert (raises-error?
(do-open nil nil :error)))
(assert (not
(do-open nil :error nil)))
(assert (not
(do-open t nil :error)))
(assert (raises-error?
(do-open t :error nil)))
(assert (not
(do-open nil nil nil)))
(assert (raises-error?
(do-open nil :error :error)))
(assert (not
(do-open t nil nil)))
(assert (raises-error? (do-open t :error :error)))
(assert (raises-error?
(do-open nil nil :error :io)))
(assert (not
(do-open nil :error nil :io)))
(assert (not
(do-open t nil :error :io)))
(assert (raises-error?
(do-open t :error nil :io)))
(assert (not
(do-open nil nil nil :io)))
(assert (raises-error?
(do-open nil :error :error :io)))
(assert (not
(do-open t nil nil :io)))
(assert (raises-error? (do-open t :error :error :io)))))