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#
# Tests for 'fossil revert'
# 
#

# Test 'fossil revert' against expected results from 'fossil changes' and
# 'fossil addremove -n', as well as by verifying the existence of files
# on the file system. 'fossil undo' is called after each test
#
proc revert-test {testid revertArgs expectedRevertOutput args} {
  global RESULT
  set passed 1
  
  set args [dict merge {
    -changes {} -addremove {} -exists {} -notexists {}
  } $args]
  
  set result [fossil revert {*}$revertArgs]
  test_status_list revert-$testid $result $expectedRevertOutput
  
  set statusListTests [list -changes changes -addremove {addremove -n}]
  foreach {key fossilArgs} $statusListTests {
    set expected [dict get $args $key]
    set result [fossil {*}$fossilArgs] 
    test_status_list revert-$testid$key $result $expected
  }
  
  set fileExistsTests [list -exists 1 does -notexists 0 should]
  foreach {key expected verb} $fileExistsTests {
    foreach path [dict get $args $key] {
      if {[file exists $path] != $expected} {
        set passed 0
        protOut "  Failure: File $verb not exist: $path"
      }
    }
    test revert-$testid$key $passed
  }
  
  fossil undo
}

catch {exec $::fossilexe info} res
puts res=$res
if {![regexp {use --repository} $res]} {
  puts stderr "Cannot run this test within an open checkout"
  return
}

repo_init

# Prepare first commit
#
write_file f1 "f1"
write_file f2 "f2"
write_file f3 "f3"
fossil add f1 f2 f3
fossil commit -m "c1"

# Make changes to be reverted
#
# Add f0
write_file f0 "f0"
fossil add f0
# Remove f1
file delete f1
fossil rm f1
# Edit f2
write_file f2 "f2.1"
# Rename f3 to f3n
file rename -force f3 f3n
fossil mv f3 f3n

# Test 'fossil revert' with no arguments
#
revert-test 1-1 {} {
  UNMANAGE: f0
  REVERTED: f1
  REVERTED: f2
  REVERTED: f3
  DELETE: f3n
} -addremove {
  ADDED f0
} -exists {f0 f1 f2 f3} -notexists f3n

# Test with a single filename argument
#
revert-test 1-2 f0 {
  UNMANAGE: f0
} -changes {
  DELETED f1
  EDITED f2
  RENAMED f3n
} -addremove {
  ADDED f0
} -exists {f0 f2 f3n} -notexists f3

revert-test 1-3 f1 {
  REVERTED: f1
} -changes {
  ADDED f0
  EDITED f2
  RENAMED f3n
} -exists {f0 f1 f2 f3n} -notexists f3

revert-test 1-4 f2 {
  REVERTED: f2
} -changes {
  ADDED f0
  DELETED f1
  RENAMED f3n
} -exists {f0 f2 f3n} -notexists {f1 f3}

# Both files involved in a rename are reverted regardless of which filename
# is used as an argument to 'fossil revert'
#
revert-test 1-5 f3 {
  REVERTED: f3
  DELETE: f3n
} -changes {
  ADDED f0
  DELETED f1
  EDITED f2
} -exists {f0 f2 f3} -notexists {f1 f3n}

revert-test 1-6 f3n {
  REVERTED: f3
  DELETE: f3n
} -changes {
  ADDED f0
  DELETED f1
  EDITED f2
} -exists {f0 f2 f3} -notexists {f1 f3n}

# Test with multiple filename arguments
#
revert-test 1-7 {f0 f2 f3n} {
  UNMANAGE: f0
  REVERTED: f2
  REVERTED: f3
  DELETE: f3n
} -changes {
  DELETED f1
} -addremove {
  ADDED f0
} -exists {f0 f2 f3} -notexists {f1 f3n}


# Test reverting the combination of a renamed file and an added file that
# uses the renamed file's original filename.
#
repo_init
write_file f1 "f1"
fossil add f1
fossil commit -m "add f1"

write_file f1n "f1n"
fossil mv f1 f1n
write_file f1 "f1b"
fossil add f1

revert-test 2-1 {} {
  REVERTED: f1
  DELETE: f1n
} -exists {f1} -notexists {f1n}