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+#!/usr/bin/env bash
+
+#
+# Create a Heroku app with the following buildpack:
+# https://github.com/ddollar/buildpack-test
+#
+# Push this buildpack to the Heroku app to run the tests
+#
+
+testDetectWithPackageJson() {
+ detect package-json-version
+ assertCaptured "Node.js"
+ assertCapturedSuccess
+}
+
+testDetectWithoutPackageJson() {
+ detect no-package-json
+ assertCapturedError 1 ""
+}
+
+testPackageJsonWithVersion() {
+ compile package-json-version
+ assertCaptured "Using Node.js version: 0.6.11"
+ assertCaptured "Using npm version: 1.1.9"
+ assertCapturedSuccess
+}
+
+testPackageJsonWithNoVersion() {
+ compile package-json-noversion
+ assertCaptured "Using Node.js version: 0.4.7"
+ assertCaptured "Using npm version: 1.0.106"
+ assertCapturedSuccess
+}
+
+## utils ########################################
+
+pushd $(dirname 0) >/dev/null
+BASE=$(pwd)
+popd >/dev/null
+
+source ${BASE}/vendor/test-utils/test-utils
+
+detect() {
+ capture ${BASE}/bin/detect ${BASE}/test/$1
+}
+
+compile() {
+ capture ${BASE}/bin/compile ${BASE}/test/$1
+}
+
+source ${BASE}/vendor/shunit2/shunit2
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4 test/package-json-noversion/package.json
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+{
+ "name": "myapp",
+ "version": "0.0.1"
+}
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9 test/package-json-version/package.json
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+{
+ "name": "myapp",
+ "version": "0.0.1",
+
+ "engines": {
+ "node": "0.6.11",
+ "npm": "1.1.9"
+ }
+}
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+#! /bin/sh
+# $Id: shunit2 335 2011-05-01 20:10:33Z kate.ward@forestent.com $
+# vim:et:ft=sh:sts=2:sw=2
+#
+# Copyright 2008 Kate Ward. All Rights Reserved.
+# Released under the LGPL (GNU Lesser General Public License)
+#
+# shUnit2 -- Unit testing framework for Unix shell scripts.
+# http://code.google.com/p/shunit2/
+#
+# Author: kate.ward@forestent.com (Kate Ward)
+#
+# shUnit2 is a xUnit based unit test framework for Bourne shell scripts. It is
+# based on the popular JUnit unit testing framework for Java.
+
+# return if shunit already loaded
+[ -n "${SHUNIT_VERSION:-}" ] && exit 0
+
+SHUNIT_VERSION='2.1.6'
+
+SHUNIT_TRUE=0
+SHUNIT_FALSE=1
+SHUNIT_ERROR=2
+
+# enable strict mode by default
+SHUNIT_STRICT=${SHUNIT_STRICT:-${SHUNIT_TRUE}}
+
+_shunit_warn() { echo "shunit2:WARN $@" >&2; }
+_shunit_error() { echo "shunit2:ERROR $@" >&2; }
+_shunit_fatal() { echo "shunit2:FATAL $@" >&2; exit ${SHUNIT_ERROR}; }
+
+# specific shell checks
+if [ -n "${ZSH_VERSION:-}" ]; then
+ setopt |grep "^shwordsplit$" >/dev/null
+ if [ $? -ne ${SHUNIT_TRUE} ]; then
+ _shunit_fatal 'zsh shwordsplit option is required for proper operation'
+ fi
+ if [ -z "${SHUNIT_PARENT:-}" ]; then
+ _shunit_fatal "zsh does not pass \$0 through properly. please declare \
+\"SHUNIT_PARENT=\$0\" before calling shUnit2"
+ fi
+fi
+
+#
+# constants
+#
+
+__SHUNIT_ASSERT_MSG_PREFIX='ASSERT:'
+__SHUNIT_MODE_SOURCED='sourced'
+__SHUNIT_MODE_STANDALONE='standalone'
+__SHUNIT_PARENT=${SHUNIT_PARENT:-$0}
+
+# set the constants readonly
+shunit_constants_=`set |grep '^__SHUNIT_' |cut -d= -f1`
+echo "${shunit_constants_}" |grep '^Binary file' >/dev/null && \
+ shunit_constants_=`set |grep -a '^__SHUNIT_' |cut -d= -f1`
+for shunit_constant_ in ${shunit_constants_}; do
+ shunit_ro_opts_=''
+ case ${ZSH_VERSION:-} in
+ '') ;; # this isn't zsh
+ [123].*) ;; # early versions (1.x, 2.x, 3.x)
+ *) shunit_ro_opts_='-g' ;; # all later versions. declare readonly globally
+ esac
+ readonly ${shunit_ro_opts_} ${shunit_constant_}
+done
+unset shunit_constant_ shunit_constants_ shunit_ro_opts_
+
+# variables
+__shunit_lineno='' # line number of executed test
+__shunit_mode=${__SHUNIT_MODE_SOURCED} # operating mode
+__shunit_reportGenerated=${SHUNIT_FALSE} # is report generated
+__shunit_script='' # filename of unittest script (standalone mode)
+__shunit_skip=${SHUNIT_FALSE} # is skipping enabled
+__shunit_suite='' # suite of tests to execute
+
+# counts of tests
+__shunit_testSuccess=${SHUNIT_TRUE}
+__shunit_testsTotal=0
+__shunit_testsPassed=0
+__shunit_testsFailed=0
+
+# counts of asserts
+__shunit_assertsTotal=0
+__shunit_assertsPassed=0
+__shunit_assertsFailed=0
+__shunit_assertsSkipped=0
+
+# macros
+_SHUNIT_LINENO_='eval __shunit_lineno=""; if [ "${1:-}" = "--lineno" ]; then [ -n "$2" ] && __shunit_lineno="[$2] "; shift 2; fi'
+
+#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
+# assert functions
+#
+
+# Assert that two values are equal to one another.
+#
+# Args:
+# message: string: failure message [optional]
+# expected: string: expected value
+# actual: string: actual value
+# Returns:
+# integer: success (TRUE/FALSE/ERROR constant)
+assertEquals()
+{
+ ${_SHUNIT_LINENO_}
+ if [ $# -lt 2 -o $# -gt 3 ]; then
+ _shunit_error "assertEquals() requires two or three arguments; $# given"
+ _shunit_error "1: ${1:+$1} 2: ${2:+$2} 3: ${3:+$3}${4:+ 4: $4}"
+ return ${SHUNIT_ERROR}
+ fi
+ _shunit_shouldSkip && return ${SHUNIT_TRUE}
+
+ shunit_message_=${__shunit_lineno}
+ if [ $# -eq 3 ]; then
+ shunit_message_="${shunit_message_}$1"
+ shift
+ fi
+ shunit_expected_=$1
+ shunit_actual_=$2
+
+ shunit_return=${SHUNIT_TRUE}
+ if [ "${shunit_expected_}" = "${shunit_actual_}" ]; then
+ _shunit_assertPass
+ else
+ failNotEquals "${shunit_message_}" "${shunit_expected_}" "${shunit_actual_}"
+ shunit_return=${SHUNIT_FALSE}
+ fi
+
+ unset shunit_message_ shunit_expected_ shunit_actual_
+ return ${shunit_return}
+}
+_ASSERT_EQUALS_='eval assertEquals --lineno "${LINENO:-}"'
+
+# Assert that two values are not equal to one another.
+#
+# Args:
+# message: string: failure message [optional]
+# expected: string: expected value
+# actual: string: actual value
+# Returns:
+# integer: success (TRUE/FALSE/ERROR constant)
+assertNotEquals()
+{
+ ${_SHUNIT_LINENO_}
+ if [ $# -lt 2 -o $# -gt 3 ]; then
+ _shunit_error "assertNotEquals() requires two or three arguments; $# given"
+ return ${SHUNIT_ERROR}
+ fi
+ _shunit_shouldSkip && return ${SHUNIT_TRUE}
+
+ shunit_message_=${__shunit_lineno}
+ if [ $# -eq 3 ]; then
+ shunit_message_="${shunit_message_}$1"
+ shift
+ fi
+ shunit_expected_=$1
+ shunit_actual_=$2
+
+ shunit_return=${SHUNIT_TRUE}
+ if [ "${shunit_expected_}" != "${shunit_actual_}" ]; then
+ _shunit_assertPass
+ else
+ failSame "${shunit_message_}" "$@"
+ shunit_return=${SHUNIT_FALSE}
+ fi
+
+ unset shunit_message_ shunit_expected_ shunit_actual_
+ return ${shunit_return}
+}
+_ASSERT_NOT_EQUALS_='eval assertNotEquals --lineno "${LINENO:-}"'
+
+# Assert that a value is null (i.e. an empty string)
+#
+# Args:
+# message: string: failure message [optional]
+# actual: string: actual value
+# Returns:
+# integer: success (TRUE/FALSE/ERROR constant)
+assertNull()
+{
+ ${_SHUNIT_LINENO_}
+ if [ $# -lt 1 -o $# -gt 2 ]; then
+ _shunit_error "assertNull() requires one or two arguments; $# given"
+ return ${SHUNIT_ERROR}
+ fi
+ _shunit_shouldSkip && return ${SHUNIT_TRUE}
+
+ shunit_message_=${__shunit_lineno}
+ if [ $# -eq 2 ]; then
+ shunit_message_="${shunit_message_}$1"
+ shift
+ fi
+ assertTrue "${shunit_message_}" "[ -z '$1' ]"
+ shunit_return=$?
+
+ unset shunit_message_
+ return ${shunit_return}
+}
+_ASSERT_NULL_='eval assertNull --lineno "${LINENO:-}"'
+
+# Assert that a value is not null (i.e. a non-empty string)
+#
+# Args:
+# message: string: failure message [optional]
+# actual: string: actual value
+# Returns:
+# integer: success (TRUE/FALSE/ERROR constant)
+assertNotNull()
+{
+ ${_SHUNIT_LINENO_}
+ if [ $# -gt 2 ]; then # allowing 0 arguments as $1 might actually be null
+ _shunit_error "assertNotNull() requires one or two arguments; $# given"
+ return ${SHUNIT_ERROR}
+ fi
+ _shunit_shouldSkip && return ${SHUNIT_TRUE}
+
+ shunit_message_=${__shunit_lineno}
+ if [ $# -eq 2 ]; then
+ shunit_message_="${shunit_message_}$1"
+ shift
+ fi
+ shunit_actual_=`_shunit_escapeCharactersInString "${1:-}"`
+ test -n "${shunit_actual_}"
+ assertTrue "${shunit_message_}" $?
+ shunit_return=$?
+
+ unset shunit_actual_ shunit_message_
+ return ${shunit_return}
+}
+_ASSERT_NOT_NULL_='eval assertNotNull --lineno "${LINENO:-}"'
+
+# Assert that two values are the same (i.e. equal to one another).
+#
+# Args:
+# message: string: failure message [optional]
+# expected: string: expected value
+# actual: string: actual value
+# Returns:
+# integer: success (TRUE/FALSE/ERROR constant)
+assertSame()
+{
+ ${_SHUNIT_LINENO_}
+ if [ $# -lt 2 -o $# -gt 3 ]; then
+ _shunit_error "assertSame() requires two or three arguments; $# given"
+ return ${SHUNIT_ERROR}
+ fi
+ _shunit_shouldSkip && return ${SHUNIT_TRUE}
+
+ shunit_message_=${__shunit_lineno}
+ if [ $# -eq 3 ]; then
+ shunit_message_="${shunit_message_}$1"
+ shift
+ fi
+ assertEquals "${shunit_message_}" "$1" "$2"
+ shunit_return=$?
+
+ unset shunit_message_
+ return ${shunit_return}
+}
+_ASSERT_SAME_='eval assertSame --lineno "${LINENO:-}"'
+
+# Assert that two values are not the same (i.e. not equal to one another).
+#
+# Args:
+# message: string: failure message [optional]
+# expected: string: expected value
+# actual: string: actual value
+# Returns:
+# integer: success (TRUE/FALSE/ERROR constant)
+assertNotSame()
+{
+ ${_SHUNIT_LINENO_}
+ if [ $# -lt 2 -o $# -gt 3 ]; then
+ _shunit_error "assertNotSame() requires two or three arguments; $# given"
+ return ${SHUNIT_ERROR}
+ fi
+ _shunit_shouldSkip && return ${SHUNIT_TRUE}
+
+ shunit_message_=${__shunit_lineno}
+ if [ $# -eq 3 ]; then
+ shunit_message_="${shunit_message_:-}$1"
+ shift
+ fi
+ assertNotEquals "${shunit_message_}" "$1" "$2"
+ shunit_return=$?
+
+ unset shunit_message_
+ return ${shunit_return}
+}
+_ASSERT_NOT_SAME_='eval assertNotSame --lineno "${LINENO:-}"'
+
+# Assert that a value or shell test condition is true.
+#
+# In shell, a value of 0 is true and a non-zero value is false. Any integer
+# value passed can thereby be tested.
+#
+# Shell supports much more complicated tests though, and a means to support
+# them was needed. As such, this function tests that conditions are true or
+# false through evaluation rather than just looking for a true or false.
+#
+# The following test will succeed:
+# assertTrue 0
+# assertTrue "[ 34 -gt 23 ]"
+# The folloing test will fail with a message:
+# assertTrue 123
+# assertTrue "test failed" "[ -r '/non/existant/file' ]"
+#
+# Args:
+# message: string: failure message [optional]
+# condition: string: integer value or shell conditional statement
+# Returns:
+# integer: success (TRUE/FALSE/ERROR constant)
+assertTrue()
+{
+ ${_SHUNIT_LINENO_}
+ if [ $# -gt 2 ]; then
+ _shunit_error "assertTrue() takes one two arguments; $# given"
+ return ${SHUNIT_ERROR}
+ fi
+ _shunit_shouldSkip && return ${SHUNIT_TRUE}
+
+ shunit_message_=${__shunit_lineno}
+ if [ $# -eq 2 ]; then
+ shunit_message_="${shunit_message_}$1"
+ shift
+ fi
+ shunit_condition_=$1
+
+ # see if condition is an integer, i.e. a return value
+ shunit_match_=`expr "${shunit_condition_}" : '\([0-9]*\)'`
+ shunit_return=${SHUNIT_TRUE}
+ if [ -z "${shunit_condition_}" ]; then
+ # null condition
+ shunit_return=${SHUNIT_FALSE}
+ elif [ -n "${shunit_match_}" -a "${shunit_condition_}" = "${shunit_match_}" ]
+ then
+ # possible return value. treating 0 as true, and non-zero as false.
+ [ ${shunit_condition_} -ne 0 ] && shunit_return=${SHUNIT_FALSE}
+ else
+ # (hopefully) a condition
+ ( eval ${shunit_condition_} ) >/dev/null 2>&1
+ [ $? -ne 0 ] && shunit_return=${SHUNIT_FALSE}
+ fi
+
+ # record the test
+ if [ ${shunit_return} -eq ${SHUNIT_TRUE} ]; then
+ _shunit_assertPass
+ else
+ _shunit_assertFail "${shunit_message_}"
+ fi
+
+ unset shunit_message_ shunit_condition_ shunit_match_
+ return ${shunit_return}
+}
+_ASSERT_TRUE_='eval assertTrue --lineno "${LINENO:-}"'
+
+# Assert that a value or shell test condition is false.
+#
+# In shell, a value of 0 is true and a non-zero value is false. Any integer
+# value passed can thereby be tested.
+#
+# Shell supports much more complicated tests though, and a means to support
+# them was needed. As such, this function tests that conditions are true or
+# false through evaluation rather than just looking for a true or false.
+#
+# The following test will succeed:
+# assertFalse 1
+# assertFalse "[ 'apples' = 'oranges' ]"
+# The folloing test will fail with a message:
+# assertFalse 0
+# assertFalse "test failed" "[ 1 -eq 1 -a 2 -eq 2 ]"
+#
+# Args:
+# message: string: failure message [optional]
+# condition: string: integer value or shell conditional statement
+# Returns:
+# integer: success (TRUE/FALSE/ERROR constant)
+assertFalse()
+{
+ ${_SHUNIT_LINENO_}
+ if [ $# -lt 1 -o $# -gt 2 ]; then
+ _shunit_error "assertFalse() quires one or two arguments; $# given"
+ return ${SHUNIT_ERROR}
+ fi
+ _shunit_shouldSkip && return ${SHUNIT_TRUE}
+
+ shunit_message_=${__shunit_lineno}
+ if [ $# -eq 2 ]; then
+ shunit_message_="${shunit_message_}$1"
+ shift
+ fi
+ shunit_condition_=$1
+
+ # see if condition is an integer, i.e. a return value
+ shunit_match_=`expr "${shunit_condition_}" : '\([0-9]*\)'`
+ shunit_return=${SHUNIT_TRUE}
+ if [ -z "${shunit_condition_}" ]; then
+ # null condition
+ shunit_return=${SHUNIT_FALSE}
+ elif [ -n "${shunit_match_}" -a "${shunit_condition_}" = "${shunit_match_}" ]
+ then
+ # possible return value. treating 0 as true, and non-zero as false.
+ [ ${shunit_condition_} -eq 0 ] && shunit_return=${SHUNIT_FALSE}
+ else
+ # (hopefully) a condition
+ ( eval ${shunit_condition_} ) >/dev/null 2>&1
+ [ $? -eq 0 ] && shunit_return=${SHUNIT_FALSE}
+ fi
+
+ # record the test
+ if [ ${shunit_return} -eq ${SHUNIT_TRUE} ]; then
+ _shunit_assertPass
+ else
+ _shunit_assertFail "${shunit_message_}"
+ fi
+
+ unset shunit_message_ shunit_condition_ shunit_match_
+ return ${shunit_return}
+}
+_ASSERT_FALSE_='eval assertFalse --lineno "${LINENO:-}"'
+
+#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
+# failure functions
+#
+
+# Records a test failure.
+#
+# Args:
+# message: string: failure message [optional]
+# Returns:
+# integer: success (TRUE/FALSE/ERROR constant)
+fail()
+{
+ ${_SHUNIT_LINENO_}
+ if [ $# -gt 1 ]; then
+ _shunit_error "fail() requires zero or one arguments; $# given"
+ return ${SHUNIT_ERROR}
+ fi
+ _shunit_shouldSkip && return ${SHUNIT_TRUE}
+
+ shunit_message_=${__shunit_lineno}
+ if [ $# -eq 1 ]; then
+ shunit_message_="${shunit_message_}$1"
+ shift
+ fi
+
+ _shunit_assertFail "${shunit_message_}"
+
+ unset shunit_message_
+ return ${SHUNIT_FALSE}
+}
+_FAIL_='eval fail --lineno "${LINENO:-}"'
+
+# Records a test failure, stating two values were not equal.
+#
+# Args:
+# message: string: failure message [optional]
+# expected: string: expected value
+# actual: string: actual value
+# Returns:
+# integer: success (TRUE/FALSE/ERROR constant)
+failNotEquals()
+{
+ ${_SHUNIT_LINENO_}
+ if [ $# -lt 2 -o $# -gt 3 ]; then
+ _shunit_error "failNotEquals() requires one or two arguments; $# given"
+ return ${SHUNIT_ERROR}
+ fi
+ _shunit_shouldSkip && return ${SHUNIT_TRUE}
+
+ shunit_message_=${__shunit_lineno}
+ if [ $# -eq 3 ]; then
+ shunit_message_="${shunit_message_}$1"
+ shift
+ fi
+ shunit_expected_=$1
+ shunit_actual_=$2
+
+ _shunit_assertFail "${shunit_message_:+${shunit_message_} }expected:<${shunit_expected_}> but was:<${shunit_actual_}>"
+
+ unset shunit_message_ shunit_expected_ shunit_actual_
+ return ${SHUNIT_FALSE}
+}
+_FAIL_NOT_EQUALS_='eval failNotEquals --lineno "${LINENO:-}"'
+
+# Records a test failure, stating two values should have been the same.
+#
+# Args:
+# message: string: failure message [optional]
+# expected: string: expected value
+# actual: string: actual value
+# Returns:
+# integer: success (TRUE/FALSE/ERROR constant)
+failSame()
+{
+ ${_SHUNIT_LINENO_}
+ if [ $# -lt 2 -o $# -gt 3 ]; then
+ _shunit_error "failSame() requires two or three arguments; $# given"
+ return ${SHUNIT_ERROR}
+ fi
+ _shunit_shouldSkip && return ${SHUNIT_TRUE}
+
+ shunit_message_=${__shunit_lineno}
+ if [ $# -eq 3 ]; then
+ shunit_message_="${shunit_message_}$1"
+ shift
+ fi
+
+ _shunit_assertFail "${shunit_message_:+${shunit_message_} }expected not same"
+
+ unset shunit_message_
+ return ${SHUNIT_FALSE}
+}
+_FAIL_SAME_='eval failSame --lineno "${LINENO:-}"'
+
+# Records a test failure, stating two values were not equal.
+#
+# This is functionally equivalent to calling failNotEquals().
+#
+# Args:
+# message: string: failure message [optional]
+# expected: string: expected value
+# actual: string: actual value
+# Returns:
+# integer: success (TRUE/FALSE/ERROR constant)
+failNotSame()
+{
+ ${_SHUNIT_LINENO_}
+ if [ $# -lt 2 -o $# -gt 3 ]; then
+ _shunit_error "failNotEquals() requires one or two arguments; $# given"
+ return ${SHUNIT_ERROR}
+ fi
+ _shunit_shouldSkip && return ${SHUNIT_TRUE}
+
+ shunit_message_=${__shunit_lineno}
+ if [ $# -eq 3 ]; then
+ shunit_message_="${shunit_message_}$1"
+ shift
+ fi
+ failNotEquals "${shunit_message_}" "$1" "$2"
+ shunit_return=$?
+
+ unset shunit_message_
+ return ${shunit_return}
+}
+_FAIL_NOT_SAME_='eval failNotSame --lineno "${LINENO:-}"'
+
+#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
+# skipping functions
+#
+
+# Force remaining assert and fail functions to be "skipped".
+#
+# This function forces the remaining assert and fail functions to be "skipped",
+# i.e. they will have no effect. Each function skipped will be recorded so that
+# the total of asserts and fails will not be altered.
+#
+# Args:
+# None
+startSkipping()
+{
+ __shunit_skip=${SHUNIT_TRUE}
+}
+
+# Resume the normal recording behavior of assert and fail calls.
+#
+# Args:
+# None
+endSkipping()
+{
+ __shunit_skip=${SHUNIT_FALSE}
+}
+
+# Returns the state of assert and fail call skipping.
+#
+# Args:
+# None
+# Returns:
+# boolean: (TRUE/FALSE constant)
+isSkipping()
+{
+ return ${__shunit_skip}
+}
+
+#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
+# suite functions
+#
+
+# Stub. This function should contains all unit test calls to be made.
+#
+# DEPRECATED (as of 2.1.0)
+#
+# This function can be optionally overridden by the user in their test suite.
+#
+# If this function exists, it will be called when shunit2 is sourced. If it
+# does not exist, shunit2 will search the parent script for all functions
+# beginning with the word 'test', and they will be added dynamically to the
+# test suite.
+#
+# This function should be overridden by the user in their unit test suite.
+# Note: see _shunit_mktempFunc() for actual implementation
+#
+# Args:
+# None
+#suite() { :; } # DO NOT UNCOMMENT THIS FUNCTION
+
+# Adds a function name to the list of tests schedule for execution.
+#
+# This function should only be called from within the suite() function.
+#
+# Args:
+# function: string: name of a function to add to current unit test suite
+suite_addTest()
+{
+ shunit_func_=${1:-}
+
+ __shunit_suite="${__shunit_suite:+${__shunit_suite} }${shunit_func_}"
+ __shunit_testsTotal=`expr ${__shunit_testsTotal} + 1`
+
+ unset shunit_func_
+}
+
+# Stub. This function will be called once before any tests are run.
+#
+# Common one-time environment preparation tasks shared by all tests can be
+# defined here.
+#
+# This function should be overridden by the user in their unit test suite.
+# Note: see _shunit_mktempFunc() for actual implementation
+#
+# Args:
+# None
+#oneTimeSetUp() { :; } # DO NOT UNCOMMENT THIS FUNCTION
+
+# Stub. This function will be called once after all tests are finished.
+#
+# Common one-time environment cleanup tasks shared by all tests can be defined
+# here.
+#
+# This function should be overridden by the user in their unit test suite.
+# Note: see _shunit_mktempFunc() for actual implementation
+#
+# Args:
+# None
+#oneTimeTearDown() { :; } # DO NOT UNCOMMENT THIS FUNCTION
+
+# Stub. This function will be called before each test is run.
+#
+# Common environment preparation tasks shared by all tests can be defined here.
+#
+# This function should be overridden by the user in their unit test suite.
+# Note: see _shunit_mktempFunc() for actual implementation
+#
+# Args:
+# None
+#setUp() { :; }
+
+# Note: see _shunit_mktempFunc() for actual implementation
+# Stub. This function will be called after each test is run.
+#
+# Common environment cleanup tasks shared by all tests can be defined here.
+#
+# This function should be overridden by the user in their unit test suite.
+# Note: see _shunit_mktempFunc() for actual implementation
+#
+# Args:
+# None
+#tearDown() { :; } # DO NOT UNCOMMENT THIS FUNCTION
+
+#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+# internal shUnit2 functions
+#
+
+# Create a temporary directory to store various run-time files in.
+#
+# This function is a cross-platform temporary directory creation tool. Not all
+# OSes have the mktemp function, so one is included here.
+#
+# Args:
+# None
+# Outputs:
+# string: the temporary directory that was created
+_shunit_mktempDir()
+{
+ # try the standard mktemp function
+ ( exec mktemp -dqt shunit.XXXXXX 2>/dev/null ) && return
+
+ # the standard mktemp didn't work. doing our own.
+ if [ -r '/dev/urandom' -a -x '/usr/bin/od' ]; then
+ _shunit_random_=`/usr/bin/od -vAn -N4 -tx4 </dev/urandom \
+ |sed 's/^[^0-9a-f]*//'`
+ elif [ -n "${RANDOM:-}" ]; then
+ # $RANDOM works
+ _shunit_random_=${RANDOM}${RANDOM}${RANDOM}$$
+ else
+ # $RANDOM doesn't work
+ _shunit_date_=`date '+%Y%m%d%H%M%S'`
+ _shunit_random_=`expr ${_shunit_date_} / $$`
+ fi
+
+ _shunit_tmpDir_="${TMPDIR:-/tmp}/shunit.${_shunit_random_}"
+ ( umask 077 && mkdir "${_shunit_tmpDir_}" ) || \
+ _shunit_fatal 'could not create temporary directory! exiting'
+
+ echo ${_shunit_tmpDir_}
+ unset _shunit_date_ _shunit_random_ _shunit_tmpDir_
+}
+
+# This function is here to work around issues in Cygwin.
+#
+# Args:
+# None
+_shunit_mktempFunc()
+{
+ for _shunit_func_ in oneTimeSetUp oneTimeTearDown setUp tearDown suite noexec
+ do
+ _shunit_file_="${__shunit_tmpDir}/${_shunit_func_}"
+ cat <<EOF >"${_shunit_file_}"
+#! /bin/sh
+exit ${SHUNIT_TRUE}
+EOF
+ chmod +x "${_shunit_file_}"
+ done
+
+ unset _shunit_file_
+}
+
+# Final cleanup function to leave things as we found them.
+#
+# Besides removing the temporary directory, this function is in charge of the
+# final exit code of the unit test. The exit code is based on how the script
+# was ended (e.g. normal exit, or via Ctrl-C).
+#
+# Args:
+# name: string: name of the trap called (specified when trap defined)
+_shunit_cleanup()
+{
+ _shunit_name_=$1
+
+ case ${_shunit_name_} in
+ EXIT) _shunit_signal_=0 ;;
+ INT) _shunit_signal_=2 ;;
+ TERM) _shunit_signal_=15 ;;
+ *)
+ _shunit_warn "unrecognized trap value (${_shunit_name_})"
+ _shunit_signal_=0
+ ;;
+ esac
+
+ # do our work
+ rm -fr "${__shunit_tmpDir}"
+
+ # exit for all non-EXIT signals
+ if [ ${_shunit_name_} != 'EXIT' ]; then
+ _shunit_warn "trapped and now handling the (${_shunit_name_}) signal"
+ # disable EXIT trap
+ trap 0
+ # add 128 to signal and exit
+ exit `expr ${_shunit_signal_} + 128`
+ elif [ ${__shunit_reportGenerated} -eq ${SHUNIT_FALSE} ] ; then
+ _shunit_assertFail 'Unknown failure encountered running a test'
+ _shunit_generateReport
+ exit ${SHUNIT_ERROR}
+ fi
+
+ unset _shunit_name_ _shunit_signal_
+}
+
+# The actual running of the tests happens here.
+#
+# Args:
+# None
+_shunit_execSuite()
+{
+ for _shunit_test_ in ${__shunit_suite}; do
+ __shunit_testSuccess=${SHUNIT_TRUE}
+
+ # disable skipping
+ endSkipping
+
+ # execute the per-test setup function
+ setUp
+
+ # execute the test
+ echo "${_shunit_test_}"
+ eval ${_shunit_test_}
+
+ # execute the per-test tear-down function
+ tearDown
+
+ # update stats
+ if [ ${__shunit_testSuccess} -eq ${SHUNIT_TRUE} ]; then
+ __shunit_testsPassed=`expr ${__shunit_testsPassed} + 1`
+ else
+ __shunit_testsFailed=`expr ${__shunit_testsFailed} + 1`
+ fi
+ done
+
+ unset _shunit_test_
+}
+
+# Generates the user friendly report with appropriate OK/FAILED message.
+#
+# Args:
+# None
+# Output:
+# string: the report of successful and failed tests, as well as totals.
+_shunit_generateReport()
+{
+ _shunit_ok_=${SHUNIT_TRUE}
+
+ # if no exit code was provided one, determine an appropriate one
+ [ ${__shunit_testsFailed} -gt 0 \
+ -o ${__shunit_testSuccess} -eq ${SHUNIT_FALSE} ] \
+ && _shunit_ok_=${SHUNIT_FALSE}
+
+ echo
+ if [ ${__shunit_testsTotal} -eq 1 ]; then
+ echo "Ran ${__shunit_testsTotal} test."
+ else
+ echo "Ran ${__shunit_testsTotal} tests."
+ fi
+
+ _shunit_failures_=''
+ _shunit_skipped_=''
+ [ ${__shunit_assertsFailed} -gt 0 ] \
+ && _shunit_failures_="failures=${__shunit_assertsFailed}"
+ [ ${__shunit_assertsSkipped} -gt 0 ] \
+ && _shunit_skipped_="skipped=${__shunit_assertsSkipped}"
+
+ if [ ${_shunit_ok_} -eq ${SHUNIT_TRUE} ]; then
+ _shunit_msg_='OK'
+ [ -n "${_shunit_skipped_}" ] \
+ && _shunit_msg_="${_shunit_msg_} (${_shunit_skipped_})"
+ else
+ _shunit_msg_="FAILED (${_shunit_failures_}"
+ [ -n "${_shunit_skipped_}" ] \
+ && _shunit_msg_="${_shunit_msg_},${_shunit_skipped_}"
+ _shunit_msg_="${_shunit_msg_})"
+ fi
+
+ echo
+ echo ${_shunit_msg_}
+ __shunit_reportGenerated=${SHUNIT_TRUE}
+
+ unset _shunit_failures_ _shunit_msg_ _shunit_ok_ _shunit_skipped_
+}
+
+# Test for whether a function should be skipped.
+#
+# Args:
+# None
+# Returns:
+# boolean: whether the test should be skipped (TRUE/FALSE constant)
+_shunit_shouldSkip()
+{
+ [ ${__shunit_skip} -eq ${SHUNIT_FALSE} ] && return ${SHUNIT_FALSE}
+ _shunit_assertSkip
+}
+
+# Records a successful test.
+#
+# Args:
+# None
+_shunit_assertPass()
+{
+ __shunit_assertsPassed=`expr ${__shunit_assertsPassed} + 1`
+ __shunit_assertsTotal=`expr ${__shunit_assertsTotal} + 1`
+}
+
+# Records a test failure.
+#
+# Args:
+# message: string: failure message to provide user
+_shunit_assertFail()
+{
+ _shunit_msg_=$1
+
+ __shunit_testSuccess=${SHUNIT_FALSE}
+ __shunit_assertsFailed=`expr ${__shunit_assertsFailed} + 1`
+ __shunit_assertsTotal=`expr ${__shunit_assertsTotal} + 1`
+ echo "${__SHUNIT_ASSERT_MSG_PREFIX}${_shunit_msg_}"
+
+ unset _shunit_msg_
+}
+
+# Records a skipped test.
+#
+# Args:
+# None
+_shunit_assertSkip()
+{
+ __shunit_assertsSkipped=`expr ${__shunit_assertsSkipped} + 1`
+ __shunit_assertsTotal=`expr ${__shunit_assertsTotal} + 1`
+}
+
+# Prepare a script filename for sourcing.
+#
+# Args:
+# script: string: path to a script to source
+# Returns:
+# string: filename prefixed with ./ (if necessary)
+_shunit_prepForSourcing()
+{
+ _shunit_script_=$1
+ case "${_shunit_script_}" in
+ /*|./*) echo "${_shunit_script_}" ;;
+ *) echo "./${_shunit_script_}" ;;
+ esac
+ unset _shunit_script_
+}
+
+# Escape a character in a string.
+#
+# Args:
+# c: string: unescaped character
+# s: string: to escape character in
+# Returns:
+# string: with escaped character(s)
+_shunit_escapeCharInStr()
+{
+ [ -n "$2" ] || return # no point in doing work on an empty string
+
+ # Note: using shorter variable names to prevent conflicts with
+ # _shunit_escapeCharactersInString().
+ _shunit_c_=$1
+ _shunit_s_=$2
+
+
+ # escape the character
+ echo ''${_shunit_s_}'' |sed 's/\'${_shunit_c_}'/\\\'${_shunit_c_}'/g'
+
+ unset _shunit_c_ _shunit_s_
+}
+
+# Escape a character in a string.
+#
+# Args:
+# str: string: to escape characters in
+# Returns:
+# string: with escaped character(s)
+_shunit_escapeCharactersInString()
+{
+ [ -n "$1" ] || return # no point in doing work on an empty string
+
+ _shunit_str_=$1
+
+ # Note: using longer variable names to prevent conflicts with
+ # _shunit_escapeCharInStr().
+ for _shunit_char_ in '"' '$' "'" '`'; do
+ _shunit_str_=`_shunit_escapeCharInStr "${_shunit_char_}" "${_shunit_str_}"`
+ done
+
+ echo "${_shunit_str_}"
+ unset _shunit_char_ _shunit_str_
+}
+
+# Extract list of functions to run tests against.
+#
+# Args:
+# script: string: name of script to extract functions from
+# Returns:
+# string: of function names
+_shunit_extractTestFunctions()
+{
+ _shunit_script_=$1
+
+ # extract the lines with test function names, strip of anything besides the
+ # function name, and output everything on a single line.
+ _shunit_regex_='^[ ]*(function )*test[A-Za-z0-9_]* *\(\)'
+ egrep "${_shunit_regex_}" "${_shunit_script_}" \
+ |sed 's/^[^A-Za-z0-9_]*//;s/^function //;s/\([A-Za-z0-9_]*\).*/\1/g' \
+ |xargs
+
+ unset _shunit_regex_ _shunit_script_
+}
+
+#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+# main
+#
+
+# determine the operating mode
+if [ $# -eq 0 ]; then
+ __shunit_script=${__SHUNIT_PARENT}
+ __shunit_mode=${__SHUNIT_MODE_SOURCED}
+else
+ __shunit_script=$1
+ [ -r "${__shunit_script}" ] || \
+ _shunit_fatal "unable to read from ${__shunit_script}"
+ __shunit_mode=${__SHUNIT_MODE_STANDALONE}
+fi
+
+# create a temporary storage location
+__shunit_tmpDir=`_shunit_mktempDir`
+
+# provide a public temporary directory for unit test scripts
+# TODO(kward): document this
+SHUNIT_TMPDIR="${__shunit_tmpDir}/tmp"
+mkdir "${SHUNIT_TMPDIR}"
+
+# setup traps to clean up after ourselves
+trap '_shunit_cleanup EXIT' 0
+trap '_shunit_cleanup INT' 2
+trap '_shunit_cleanup TERM' 15
+
+# create phantom functions to work around issues with Cygwin
+_shunit_mktempFunc
+PATH="${__shunit_tmpDir}:${PATH}"
+
+# make sure phantom functions are executable. this will bite if /tmp (or the
+# current $TMPDIR) points to a path on a partition that was mounted with the
+# 'noexec' option. the noexec command was created with _shunit_mktempFunc().
+noexec 2>/dev/null || _shunit_fatal \
+ 'please declare TMPDIR with path on partition with exec permission'
+
+# we must manually source the tests in standalone mode
+if [ "${__shunit_mode}" = "${__SHUNIT_MODE_STANDALONE}" ]; then
+ . "`_shunit_prepForSourcing \"${__shunit_script}\"`"
+fi
+
+# execute the oneTimeSetUp function (if it exists)
+oneTimeSetUp
+
+# execute the suite function defined in the parent test script
+# deprecated as of 2.1.0
+suite
+
+# if no suite function was defined, dynamically build a list of functions
+if [ -z "${__shunit_suite}" ]; then
+ shunit_funcs_=`_shunit_extractTestFunctions "${__shunit_script}"`
+ for shunit_func_ in ${shunit_funcs_}; do
+ suite_addTest ${shunit_func_}
+ done
+fi
+unset shunit_func_ shunit_funcs_
+
+# execute the tests
+_shunit_execSuite
+
+# execute the oneTimeTearDown function (if it exists)
+oneTimeTearDown
+
+# generate the report
+_shunit_generateReport
+
+# that's it folks
+[ ${__shunit_testsFailed} -eq 0 ]
+exit $?
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+#!/bin/sh
+
+# taken from
+# https://github.com/ryanbrainard/heroku-buildpack-testrunner/blob/master/lib/test_utils.sh
+
+oneTimeSetUp()
+{
+ TEST_SUITE_CACHE="$(mktemp -d ${SHUNIT_TMPDIR}/test_suite_cache.XXXX)"
+}
+
+oneTimeTearDown()
+{
+ rm -rf ${TEST_SUITE_CACHE}
+}
+
+setUp()
+{
+ OUTPUT_DIR="$(mktemp -d ${SHUNIT_TMPDIR}/output.XXXX)"
+ STD_OUT="${OUTPUT_DIR}/stdout"
+ STD_ERR="${OUTPUT_DIR}/stderr"
+ BUILD_DIR="${OUTPUT_DIR}/build"
+ CACHE_DIR="${OUTPUT_DIR}/cache"
+ mkdir -p ${OUTPUT_DIR}
+ mkdir -p ${BUILD_DIR}
+ mkdir -p ${CACHE_DIR}
+}
+
+tearDown()
+{
+ rm -rf ${OUTPUT_DIR}
+}
+
+capture()
+{
+ resetCapture
+
+ LAST_COMMAND="$@"
+
+ $@ >${STD_OUT} 2>${STD_ERR}
+ RETURN=$?
+ rtrn=${RETURN} # deprecated
+}
+
+resetCapture()
+{
+ if [ -f ${STD_OUT} ]; then
+ rm ${STD_OUT}
+ fi
+
+ if [ -f ${STD_ERR} ]; then
+ rm ${STD_ERR}
+ fi
+
+ unset LAST_COMMAND
+ unset RETURN
+ unset rtrn # deprecated
+}
+
+detect()
+{
+ capture ${BUILDPACK_HOME}/bin/detect ${BUILD_DIR}
+}
+
+compile()
+{
+ capture ${BUILDPACK_HOME}/bin/compile ${BUILD_DIR} ${CACHE_DIR}
+}
+
+release()
+{
+ capture ${BUILDPACK_HOME}/bin/release ${BUILD_DIR}
+}
+
+assertCapturedEquals()
+{
+ assertEquals "$@" "$(cat ${STD_OUT})"
+}
+
+assertCapturedNotEquals()
+{
+ assertNotEquals "$@" "$(cat ${STD_OUT})"
+}
+
+assertCaptured()
+{
+ assertFileContains "$@" "${STD_OUT}"
+}
+
+assertNotCaptured()
+{
+ assertFileNotContains "$@" "${STD_OUT}"
+}
+
+assertCapturedSuccess()
+{
+ assertEquals "Expected captured exit code to be 0; was <${RETURN}>" "0" "${RETURN}"
+ assertEquals "Expected STD_ERR to be empty; was <$(cat ${STD_ERR})>" "" "$(cat ${STD_ERR})"
+}
+
+# assertCapturedError [[expectedErrorCode] expectedErrorMsg]
+assertCapturedError()
+{
+ if [ $# -gt 1 ]; then
+ expectedErrorCode=${1}
+ shift
+ fi
+
+ expectedErrorMsg=${1:-""}
+
+ if [ -z ${expectedErrorCode} ]; then
+ assertTrue "Expected captured exit code to be greater than 0; was <${RETURN}>" "[ ${RETURN} -gt 0 ]"
+ else
+ assertTrue "Expected captured exit code to be <${expectedErrorCode}>; was <${RETURN}>" "[ ${RETURN} -eq ${expectedErrorCode} ]"
+ fi
+
+ assertFileContains "Expected STD_OUT to contain error <${expectedErrorMsg}>" "${expectedErrorMsg}" "${STD_OUT}"
+ assertEquals "STD_ERR should always be empty" "" "$(cat ${STD_ERR})"
+}
+
+assertAppDetected()
+{
+ expectedAppType=${1?"Must provide app type"}
+
+ assertCapturedSuccess
+ assertEquals "${expectedAppType}" "$(cat ${STD_OUT})"
+}
+
+assertNoAppDetected()
+{
+ assertEquals "1" "${RETURN}"
+ assertEquals "no" "$(cat ${STD_OUT})"
+ assertEquals "" "$(cat ${STD_ERR})"
+}
+
+_assertContains()
+{
+ if [ 5 -eq $# ]; then
+ msg=$1
+ shift
+ elif [ ! 4 -eq $# ]; then
+ fail "Expected 4 or 5 parameters; Receieved $# parameters"
+ fi
+
+ needle=$1
+ haystack=$2
+ expectation=$3
+ haystack_type=$4
+
+ case "${haystack_type}" in
+ "file") grep -q -F -e "${needle}" ${haystack} ;;
+ "text") echo "${haystack}" | grep -q -F -e "${needle}" ;;
+ esac
+
+ if [ "${expectation}" != "$?" ]; then
+ case "${expectation}" in
+ 0) default_msg="Expected <${haystack}> to contain <${needle}>" ;;
+ 1) default_msg="Did not expect <${haystack}> to contain <${needle}>" ;;
+ esac
+
+ fail "${msg:-${default_msg}}"
+ fi
+}
+
+assertContains()
+{
+ _assertContains "$@" 0 "text"
+}
+
+assertNotContains()
+{
+ _assertContains "$@" 1 "text"
+}
+
+assertFileContains()
+{
+ _assertContains "$@" 0 "file"
+}
+
+assertFileNotContains()
+{
+ _assertContains "$@" 1 "file"
+}
+
+command_exists () {
+ type "$1" > /dev/null 2>&1 ;
+}
+
+assertFileMD5()
+{
+ expectedHash=$1
+ filename=$2
+
+ if command_exists "md5sum"; then
+ md5_cmd="md5sum ${filename}"
+ expected_md5_cmd_output="${expectedHash} ${filename}"
+ elif command_exists "md5"; then
+ md5_cmd="md5 ${filename}"
+ expected_md5_cmd_output="MD5 (${filename}) = ${expectedHash}"
+ else
+ fail "no suitable MD5 hashing command found on this system"
+ fi
+
+ assertEquals "${expected_md5_cmd_output}" "`${md5_cmd}`"
+}
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