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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 wiki and attachment command Support
#

test_setup

# Return true if two files are similar (i.e. not only compress trailing spaces
# from a line, but remove any final LF from the file as well)
proc similar_file {a b} {
  set x ""
  if {[file exists $a]} {
    set x [read_file $a]
    regsub -all { +\n} $x \n x
    regsub -all {\n$} $x {} x
  }
  set y ""
  if {[file exists $b]} {
    set y [read_file $b]
    regsub -all { +\n} $y \n y
    regsub -all {\n$} $y {} y
  }
  return [expr {$x==$y}]
}

# Return the mime type in the manifest for a given wiki page
# Defaults to "error: some text" if the manifest can't be located and
# "text/x-fossil-wiki" (the default mimetype for rendering)
# if the N card is omitted in the manifest.
# Note: Makes fossil calls, so $CODE and $RESULT will be corrupted
proc get_mime_type {name} {
  global CODE RESULT
  fossil http << "GET /wiki?name=$name"
  if {$CODE != 0} {
    return error: /wiki?name=$name $CODE $RESULT"
  }
  set CODE [regexp {href="/info/([0-9a-f]+)"} $RESULT match info]
  if {$CODE == 0} {
    return "error: No info link found for wiki page $name"
  }
  fossil http << "GET /artifact/$info"
  if {$CODE != 0} {
    return "error: /artifact/$info $CODE $RESULT"
  }
  set CODE [regexp {<pre>(.*)</pre>} $RESULT match pre]
  if {$CODE == 0} {
    return "error: No pre block in /artifact/$info"
  }
  set CODE [regexp -line {^N (.*)$} $pre match mimetype]
  if {$CODE == 0} {
    return "text/x-fossil-wiki"
  }
  return $mimetype
}


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# Initially there should be no wiki entries
fossil wiki list
test wiki-0 {[normalize_result] eq {}}

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# Adding an entry should add it to the wiki list
write_file f1 "first wiki note"
fossil wiki create tcltest f1
test wiki-1 {$CODE == 0}
fossil wiki list
test wiki-2 {[normalize_result] eq {tcltest}}

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# Trying to add the same entry should fail
fossil wiki create tcltest f1 -expectError
test wiki-3 {$CODE != 0}

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# exporting the wiki page should give back similar text
fossil wiki export tcltest a1
test wiki-4 {[similar_file f1 a1]}

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# commiting a change to an existing page should replace the page on export
write_file f2 "second version of the page"
fossil wiki commit tcltest f2
test wiki-5 {$CODE == 0}
fossil wiki export tcltest a2
test wiki-6 {[similar_file f2 a2]}

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# But we shouldn't be able to update non-existant pages
fossil wiki commit doesntexist f1 -expectError
test wiki-7 {$CODE != 0}

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# There shouldn't be any tech notes at this point
fossil wiki list --technote
test wiki-8 {[normalize_result] eq {}}

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# Creating a tech note with a specified timestamp should add a technote
write_file f3 "A technote"
fossil wiki create technote f3 --technote {2016-01-01 12:34}
test wiki-9 {$CODE == 0}
fossil wiki list --technote
test wiki-10 {[normalize_result] eq {2016-01-01 12:34:00}}
fossil wiki list --technote --show-technote-ids
set technotelist [split $RESULT "\n"]
set veryfirsttechnoteid [lindex [split [lindex $technotelist 0]] 0]

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# exporting that technote should give back similar text
fossil wiki export a3 --technote {2016-01-01 12:34:00}
test wiki-11 {[similar_file f3 a3]}

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# Trying to add a technote with the same timestamp should succeed and create a
# second tech note
fossil wiki create 2ndnote f3 -technote {2016-01-01 12:34}
test wiki-13 {$CODE == 0}
fossil wiki list --technote
set technotelist [split $RESULT "\n"]
test wiki-13.1 {[llength $technotelist] == 2}

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# commiting a change to an existing technote should replace the page on export
# (this should update the tech note from wiki-13 as that the most recently
# updated one, that should also be the one exported by the export command)
write_file f4 "technote 2nd variant"
fossil wiki commit technote f4 --technote {2016-01-01 12:34}
test wiki-14 {$CODE == 0}
fossil wiki export a4 --technote {2016-01-01 12:34}
test wiki-15 {[similar_file f4 a4]}
# Also check that the tech note with the same timestamp, but modified less
# recently still has its original text
fossil wiki export a4.1 --technote $veryfirsttechnoteid
test wiki-15.1 {[similar_file f3 a4.1]}

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# But we shouldn't be able to update non-existant pages
fossil wiki commit doesntexist f1 -expectError
test wiki-16 {$CODE != 0}

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# Check specifying tags for a technote is OK
write_file f5 "technote with tags"
fossil wiki create {tagged technote} f5 --technote {2016-01-02 12:34} --technote-tags {A B}
test wiki-17 {$CODE == 0}
write_file f5.1 "editted and tagged technote"
fossil wiki commit {tagged technote} f5 --technote {2016-01-02 12:34} --technote-tags {C D}
test wiki-18 {$CODE == 0}

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# Check specifying a bgcolor for a technote is OK
write_file f6 "bgcolored technote"
fossil wiki create bgcolor f6 --technote {2016-01-03 12:34} --technote-bgcolor red
test wiki-19 {$CODE == 0}
write_file f6.1 "editted technote with a background color"
fossil wiki commit bgcolor f6.1 --technote {2016-01-03 12:34} --technote-bgcolor yellow
test wiki-20 {$CODE == 0}

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# Test adding an attachment to both a non-existant (should fail) and existing wiki page
write_file fa "This is a file to be attached"
fossil attachment add doesntexist fa -expectError
test wiki-21 {$CODE != 0}
fossil attachment add tcltest fa
test wiki-22 {$CODE == 0}

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# Test adding an attachment to both a non-existant (should fail) and existing tech note
fossil attachment add fa --technote {2016-07-22 12:00} -expectError
test wiki-23 {$CODE != 0}
fossil attachment add fa --technote {2016-01-03 12:34}
test wiki-24 {$CODE == 0}

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# Check that a wiki page with an attachment can be updated
fossil wiki commit tcltest f1
test wiki-25 {$CODE == 0}

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# Check that a technote with an attachment can be updated
fossil wiki commit technote f6 --technote {2016-01-03 12:34}
test wiki-26 {$CODE == 0}
fossil wiki commit technote f6 --technote {2016-01-03 12:34} --technote-tags {E F}
test wiki-27 {$CODE == 0}
fossil wiki commit technote f6 --technote {2016-01-03 12:34} --technote-bgcolor blue
test wiki-28 {$CODE == 0}

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# Check longest form of timestamp for the technote
write_file f7 "Different timestamps"
fossil wiki create technotenow f7 --technote {2016-01-04 12:34:56+00:00}
test wiki-29 {$CODE == 0}

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# Check a technote appears on the timeline
write_file f8 "Contents of a 'unique' tech note"
fossil wiki create {Unique technote} f8 --technote {2016-01-05 01:02:03}
fossil timeline
test wiki-30 {[string match *Unique*technote* $RESULT]}

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# Check for a collision between an attachment and a note, this was a
# bug that resulted from some code treating the attachment entry as if it
# were a technote when it isn't really.
#
# First, wait for the top of the next second so the attachment
# happens at a known time, then add an attachment to an existing note
# and a new note immediately after.

set t0 [clock seconds]
while {$t0 == [clock seconds]} {
  after 100
}
set t1 [clock format [clock seconds] -gmt 1 -format "%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S"]
write_file f9 "Timestamp: $t1"
fossil attachment add f9 --technote {2016-01-05 01:02:03}
test wiki-31 {$CODE == 0}
fossil wiki create {Attachment collision} f9 --technote now
test wiki-32 {$CODE == 0}
#
# Now waste time until the next second so that the remaining tests
# don't have to worry about a potential collision
set t0 [clock seconds]
while {$t0 == [clock seconds]} {
  after 100
}

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# Check a technote with no timestamp cannot be created, but that
# "now" is a valid stamp.
set t2 [clock format [clock seconds] -gmt 1 -format "%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S"]
write_file f10 "Even unstampted notes are delivered.\nStamped $t2"
fossil wiki create "Unstamped Note" f10 --technote -expectError
test wiki-33 {$CODE != 0}
fossil wiki create "Unstamped Note" f10 --technote now
test wiki-34 {$CODE == 0}
fossil wiki list -t
test wiki-35 {[string match "*$t2*" $RESULT]}

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# Check an attachment to it in the same second works.
write_file f11 "Time Stamp was $t2"
fossil attachment add f11 --technote $t2
test wiki-36 {$CODE == 0}
fossil timeline
test wiki-36-1 {$CODE == 0}
fossil wiki list -t
test wiki-36-2 {$CODE == 0}

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# Check that we have the expected number of tech notes on the list (and not
# extra ones from other events (such as the attachments) - 8 tech notes
# expected created by tests 9, 13, 17, 19, 29, 31, 32 and 34
fossil wiki list --technote
set technotelist [split $RESULT "\n"]
test wiki-37 {[llength $technotelist] == 8}

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# Check that using the show-technote-ids shows the same tech notes in the same
# order (with the technote id as the first word of the line)
fossil wiki list --technote --show-technote-ids
set technoteidlist [split $RESULT "\n"]
test wiki-38 {[llength $technotelist] == 8}
for {set i 0} {$i < [llength $technotelist]} {incr i} {
  set match "???????????????????????????????????????? "
  append match [lindex $technotelist $i]
  test "wiki-39-$i" {[string match $match [lindex $technoteidlist $i]]}
}

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# Create new tech note with a old timestamp so that it is oldest and then check that
# the contents of the oldest tech note (by tech note id, both full and short) match up
write_file f12 "A really old tech note"
fossil wiki create {Old tech note} f12 --technote {2001-07-07 09:08:07}
fossil wiki list --technote --show-technote-ids
set technotelist [split $RESULT "\n"]
set anoldtechnoteid [lindex [split [lindex $technotelist [llength $technotelist]-1]] 0]
fossil wiki export a12 --technote $anoldtechnoteid
test wiki-40 {[similar_file f12 a12]}

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# Also check that we can specify a prefix of the tech note id (note: with
# 9 items in the tech note at this point there is a chance of a collision.
# However with a 20 character prefix the chance of the collision is
# approximately 1 in 10^22 so this test ignores that possibility.)
fossil wiki export a12.1 --technote [string range $anoldtechnoteid 0 20]
test wiki-41 {[similar_file f12 a12.1]}

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# Now we need to force a collision in the first four characters of the tech
# note id if we don't already have one so we can check we get an error if the
# tech note id is ambiguous
set idcounts [dict create]
set maxcount 0
fossil wiki list --technote --show-technote-ids
set technotelist [split $RESULT "\n"]
for {set i 0} {$i < [llength $technotelist]} {incr i} {
  set fullid [lindex $technotelist $i]
  set id [string range $fullid 0 3]
  dict incr idcounts $id
  if {[dict get $idcounts $id] > $maxcount} {
    set maxid $id
    incr maxcount
  }
}
# get i so that, as a julian date, it is in the 1800s, i.e., older than
# any other tech note, but after 1 AD
set i 2400000
while {$maxcount < 2} {
  # keep getting older
  incr i -1
  write_file f13 "A tech note with timestamp of jday=$i"
  fossil wiki create "timestamp of $i" f13 --technote "$i"
  fossil wiki list --technote --show-technote-ids
  set technotelist [split $RESULT "\n"]
  set oldesttechnoteid [lindex [split [lindex $technotelist [llength $technotelist]-1]] 0]
  set id [string range $oldesttechnoteid 0 3]
  dict incr idcounts $id
  if {[dict get $idcounts $id] > $maxcount} {
    set maxid $id
    incr maxcount
  }
}
# Save the duplicate id for this and later tests
set duplicateid $maxid
fossil wiki export a13 --technote $duplicateid -expectError
test wiki-42 {$CODE != 0}

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# Check we can update technote by its id
write_file f14 "Updated text for the really old tech note"
fossil wiki commit {Old tech note} f14 --technote $anoldtechnoteid
fossil wiki export a14 --technote $anoldtechnoteid
test wiki-43 {[similar_file f14 a14]}

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# Check we can add attachments to a technote by its id
fossil attachment add fa --technote $anoldtechnoteid
test wiki-44 {$CODE == 0}

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# Also check that we can specify a prefix of the tech note id
write_file f15 "Updated text for the really old tech note specified by its id"
fossil wiki commit {Old tech note} f15 --technote [string range $anoldtechnoteid 0 20]
fossil wiki export a15 --technote $anoldtechnoteid
test wiki-45 {[similar_file f15 a15]}

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# Check we can add attachments to a technote by a prefix of its id
fossil attachment add fa --technote [string range $anoldtechnoteid 0 20]
test wiki-46 {$CODE == 0}

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# And we get an error for the ambiguous tech note id
fossil wiki commit {Old tech note} f15 --technote $duplicateid -expectError
test wiki-47 {$CODE != 0}
fossil attachment add fa --technote $duplicateid -expectError
test wiki-48 {$CODE != 0}

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# Check the default mimetype is text/x-fossil-wiki
test wiki-49 {[get_mime_type tcltest] == "text/x-fossil-wiki"}

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# Check long form of the mimetypes are recorded correctly
fossil wiki create tcltest-x-fossil f1 -mimetype text/x-fossil-wiki
test wiki-50 {[get_mime_type tcltest-x-fossil] == "text/x-fossil-wiki"}
fossil wiki create tcltest-x-markdown f1 -mimetype text/x-markdown
test wiki-51 {[get_mime_type tcltest-x-markdown] == "text/x-markdown"}
fossil wiki create tcltest-plain f1 -mimetype text/plain
test wiki-52 {[get_mime_type tcltest-plain] == "text/plain"}
fossil wiki create tcltest-x-random f1 -mimetype text/x-random
test wiki-53 {[get_mime_type tcltest-x-random] == "text/x-fossil-wiki"}

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# Check short form of the mimetypes are recorded correctly
fossil wiki create tcltest-x-fossil-short f1 -mimetype wiki
test wiki-54 {[get_mime_type tcltest-x-fossil-short] == "text/x-fossil-wiki"}
fossil wiki create tcltest-x-markdown-short f1 -mimetype markdown
test wiki-55 {[get_mime_type tcltest-x-markdown-short] == "text/x-markdown"}
fossil wiki create tcltest-plain-short f1 -mimetype plain
test wiki-56 {[get_mime_type tcltest-plain-short] == "text/plain"}
fossil wiki create tcltest-x-random-short f1 -mimetype random
test wiki-57 {[get_mime_type tcltest-x-random-short] == "text/x-fossil-wiki"}


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test_cleanup