sexp-conv-test 2.7 KB
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#! /bin/sh

if [ -z "$srcdir" ] ; then
  srcdir=`pwd`
fi

# echo -n is not portable

if [ "`echo -n ''`" = "" ]; then
    n='-n'; c=''
elif [ "`echo '\c'`" = "" ]; then
    n=''; c='\c'
else
    echo >&2 'Neither echo -n nor echo \c seems to work.'
    exit 1
fi

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# Doesn't work if $1 contains 
print_raw () {
    echo $n "$1$c" > "$2"
}

# Using a here-document seems more robust. However, I don't know how
# to get rid of the final newline, so we can't use it exclusively.
print_nl () {
    cat >"$2" <<EOF
$1
EOF
}

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test_advanced () {
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    print_raw "$1" test.in
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    if ../tools/sexp-conv -s advanced <test.in >test1.out ; then
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	true
    else
	exit 1
    fi
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    print_nl "$2" test2.out
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    if cmp test1.out test2.out ; then
	true
    else
	exit 1;
    fi
}

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test_advanced_hex () {
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    print_raw "$1" test.in
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    if ../tools/sexp-conv -s hex <test.in >test1.out ; then
	true
    else
	exit 1
    fi
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    print_nl "$2" test2.out
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    if cmp test1.out test2.out ; then
	true
    else
	exit 1;
    fi
}

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test_transport () {
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    print_raw "$1" test.in
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    if ../tools/sexp-conv -s transport <test.in >test1.out ; then
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	true
    else
	exit 1
    fi
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    print_nl "$2" test2.out
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    if cmp test1.out test2.out ; then
	true
    else
	exit 1;
    fi
}

test_canonical () {
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    print_raw "$1" test.in
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    if ../tools/sexp-conv -s canonical <test.in >test1.out ; then
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	true
    else
	exit 1
    fi
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    print_raw "$2" test2.out
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    if cmp test1.out test2.out ; then
	true
    else
	exit 1;
    fi
}

test_advanced '0:' '""'
test_advanced '3:foo' 'foo'
test_advanced '12:fooooooooooo' 'fooooooooooo'
test_advanced '10:fooooooooo' 'fooooooooo'
test_advanced '4:3des' '"3des"' 
test_advanced '"foo"' 'foo' 
test_advanced '4:foo
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' '"foo\n"'
# Having the string end with a \ breaks with sysv echo. \x seems harmless.
test_advanced '3:"\x' '"\"\\x"' 
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test_advanced '()' '()' 
test_advanced '(foo bar baz)' '(foo bar
     baz)' 
test_advanced '; comment
()' '()' 

test_advanced '(foo[bar]foo)' '(foo [bar]foo)'

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test_advanced '(#aabb#)' '(|qrs=|)'
test_advanced '(|qrs=|)' '(|qrs=|)'
test_advanced_hex '(|qrs=|)' '(#aabb#)'
test_advanced_hex '(#aabb#)' '(#aabb#)'
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test_advanced_hex '{MToR}' '#11#'
test_advanced_hex '|EQ==|' '#11#'
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test_transport '0:' '{MDo=}'
test_transport '()' '{KCk=}'
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test_transport '1:A' '{MTpB}'
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test_transport 'foo' '{Mzpmb28=}'
test_transport '(foo bar baz)' '{KDM6Zm9vMzpiYXIzOmJheik=}'

test_canonical '""' '0:'
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test_canonical '{MDo=}' '0:'
test_canonical '{KCk=}' '()'
test_canonical '{MTpB}' '1:A'
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test_canonical 'foo' '3:foo'
test_canonical 'fooooooooooo' '12:fooooooooooo'
test_canonical 'fooooooooo' '10:fooooooooo'
test_canonical '(foo bar baz)' '(3:foo3:bar3:baz)' 
test_canonical '{KDM6Zm9vMzpiYXIzOmJheik=}' '(3:foo3:bar3:baz)' 

exit 0