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Converted quotemeta.t to unix format (?)

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-use v6-alpha;
-# vim: filetype=perl6 :
-
-# NOTES ON PORTING quotemeta.t FROM Perl 5.9.3
-#
-# 1. The original test suite did include may tests to exercise the
-# behaviour in double-quotes interpolation with \Q and \E, and their
-# interaction with other modification like \L and \U. These
-# interpolating sequences no longer exist.
-#
-# 2. The original test suite did not exercise the quotemeta function
-# for the whole 0-255 Unicode character set. Extending that test
-# suite to include all of these characters basically yields the
-# modified tests included here FOR THE ASCII VARIANT ONLY.
-# Tests for EBCDIC have not been (yet) extended, this is most
-# due to the fact that the Config.pm mechanism is not available
-# to date.
-#
-# 3. The original test suite used tr/// to count backslashes, here
-# we use a combination of split and grep to count non-backslashes,
-# which should be more intuitive.
-
-use Test;
-
-
-plan 11;
-
-# For the moment I don't know how to handle the lack of Config.pm...
-# Sorry for ebcdic users!
-my %Config; # Empty means there's no 'ebcdic' key defined...
-
-#?pugs: todo('Test Config.pm availability', 1);
-is('Config.pm', 'available', 'Config.pm availability');
-
-# L<S29/Str/quotemeta>
-
-is(quotemeta("HeLLo World-72_1"), "HeLLo\\ World\\-72_1", "simple quotemeta test");
-is(quotemeta(""), "", "empty string");
-
-$_ = "HeLLo World-72_1";
-my $x = .quotemeta;
-is($x, "HeLLo\\ World\\-72_1", 'quotemeta uses $_ as default');
-
-{ # test invocant syntax for quotemeta
- my $x = "HeLLo World-72_1";
- is($x.quotemeta, "HeLLo\\ World\\-72_1", '$x.quotemeta works');
- is("HeLLo World-72_1".quotemeta, "HeLLo\\ World\\-72_1", '"HeLLo World-72_1".quotemeta works');
-}
-
-
-if (%Config<ebcdic> eq 'define') {
- $_ = (129 .. 233).map({ chr($_); }).join('');
- is($_.chars, 96, "quotemeta starting string");
-
- # 105 characters - 52 letters = 53 backslashes
- # 105 characters + 53 backslashes = 158 characters
- $_ = quotemeta $_;
- is($_.chars, 158, "quotemeta string");
- # 53 backslashed characters + 1 "original" backslash
- is($_.split('').grep({ $_ eq "\x5c" }).elems, 54, "count backslashes");
-}
-else {
- $_ = (0 .. 255).map({ chr($_); }).join('');
- is($_.chars, 256, "quotemeta starting string");
-
- # Original test in Perl 5.9.3:
- # 96 characters - 52 letters - 10 digits - 1 underscore = 33 backslashes
- # 96 characters + 33 backslashes = 129 characters
- #
- # Then added remaining 32 + 128, all escaped:
- # 129 + (32 + 128) * 2 = 449
- #
- # Total backslashed chars are 33 + 32 + 128 = 193
- # Total backslashes are 1 + 193 = 194
- $_ = quotemeta $_;
- is($_.chars, 449, "quotemeta string");
- # 33 backslashed characters + 1 "original" backslash
- is($_.split('').grep({ $_ eq "\x5c" }).elems, 194, "count backslashes");
-}
-
-# Current quotemeta implementation mimics that for Perl 5, avoiding
-# to escape Unicode characters beyond 256th
-is(quotemeta("\x[263a]"), "\x[263a]", "quotemeta Unicode");
-is(quotemeta("\x[263a]").chars, 1, "quotemeta Unicode length");
-
-=begin from_perl5
-
-
-plan tests => 22;
-
-if ($Config{ebcdic} eq 'define') {
- $_ = join "", map chr($_), 129..233;
-
- # 105 characters - 52 letters = 53 backslashes
- # 105 characters + 53 backslashes = 158 characters
- $_ = quotemeta $_;
- is(length($_), 158, "quotemeta string");
- # 104 non-backslash characters
- is(tr/\\//cd, 104, "tr count non-backslashed");
-} else { # some ASCII descendant, then.
- $_ = join "", map chr($_), 32..127;
-
- # 96 characters - 52 letters - 10 digits - 1 underscore = 33 backslashes
- # 96 characters + 33 backslashes = 129 characters
- $_ = quotemeta $_;
- is(length($_), 129, "quotemeta string");
- # 95 non-backslash characters
- is(tr/\\//cd, 95, "tr count non-backslashed");
-}
-
-is(length(quotemeta ""), 0, "quotemeta empty string");
-
-is("aA\UbB\LcC\EdD", "aABBccdD", 'aA\UbB\LcC\EdD');
-is("aA\LbB\UcC\EdD", "aAbbCCdD", 'aA\LbB\UcC\EdD');
-is("\L\upERL", "Perl", '\L\upERL');
-is("\u\LpERL", "Perl", '\u\LpERL');
-is("\U\lPerl", "pERL", '\U\lPerl');
-is("\l\UPerl", "pERL", '\l\UPerl');
-is("\u\LpE\Q#X#\ER\EL", "Pe\\#x\\#rL", '\u\LpE\Q#X#\ER\EL');
-is("\l\UPe\Q!x!\Er\El", "pE\\!X\\!Rl", '\l\UPe\Q!x!\Er\El');
-is("\Q\u\LpE.X.R\EL\E.", "Pe\\.x\\.rL.", '\Q\u\LpE.X.R\EL\E.');
-is("\Q\l\UPe*x*r\El\E*", "pE\\*X\\*Rl*", '\Q\l\UPe*x*r\El\E*');
-is("\U\lPerl\E\E\E\E", "pERL", '\U\lPerl\E\E\E\E');
-is("\l\UPerl\E\E\E\E", "pERL", '\l\UPerl\E\E\E\E');
-
-is(quotemeta("\x{263a}"), "\x{263a}", "quotemeta Unicode");
-is(length(quotemeta("\x{263a}")), 1, "quotemeta Unicode length");
-
-$a = "foo|bar";
-is("a\Q\Ec$a", "acfoo|bar", '\Q\E');
-is("a\L\Ec$a", "acfoo|bar", '\L\E');
-is("a\l\Ec$a", "acfoo|bar", '\l\E');
-is("a\U\Ec$a", "acfoo|bar", '\U\E');
-is("a\u\Ec$a", "acfoo|bar", '\u\E');
-
-=end from_perl5
+use v6-alpha;
+# vim: filetype=perl6 :
+
+# NOTES ON PORTING quotemeta.t FROM Perl 5.9.3
+#
+# 1. The original test suite did include may tests to exercise the
+# behaviour in double-quotes interpolation with \Q and \E, and their
+# interaction with other modification like \L and \U. These
+# interpolating sequences no longer exist.
+#
+# 2. The original test suite did not exercise the quotemeta function
+# for the whole 0-255 Unicode character set. Extending that test
+# suite to include all of these characters basically yields the
+# modified tests included here FOR THE ASCII VARIANT ONLY.
+# Tests for EBCDIC have not been (yet) extended, this is most
+# due to the fact that the Config.pm mechanism is not available
+# to date.
+#
+# 3. The original test suite used tr/// to count backslashes, here
+# we use a combination of split and grep to count non-backslashes,
+# which should be more intuitive.
+
+use Test;
+
+
+plan 11;
+
+# For the moment I don't know how to handle the lack of Config.pm...
+# Sorry for ebcdic users!
+my %Config; # Empty means there's no 'ebcdic' key defined...
+
+#?pugs: todo('Test Config.pm availability', 1);
+is('Config.pm', 'available', 'Config.pm availability');
+
+# L<S29/Str/quotemeta>
+
+is(quotemeta("HeLLo World-72_1"), "HeLLo\\ World\\-72_1", "simple quotemeta test");
+is(quotemeta(""), "", "empty string");
+
+$_ = "HeLLo World-72_1";
+my $x = .quotemeta;
+is($x, "HeLLo\\ World\\-72_1", 'quotemeta uses $_ as default');
+
+{ # test invocant syntax for quotemeta
+ my $x = "HeLLo World-72_1";
+ is($x.quotemeta, "HeLLo\\ World\\-72_1", '$x.quotemeta works');
+ is("HeLLo World-72_1".quotemeta, "HeLLo\\ World\\-72_1", '"HeLLo World-72_1".quotemeta works');
+}
+
+
+if (%Config<ebcdic> eq 'define') {
+ $_ = (129 .. 233).map({ chr($_); }).join('');
+ is($_.chars, 96, "quotemeta starting string");
+
+ # 105 characters - 52 letters = 53 backslashes
+ # 105 characters + 53 backslashes = 158 characters
+ $_ = quotemeta $_;
+ is($_.chars, 158, "quotemeta string");
+ # 53 backslashed characters + 1 "original" backslash
+ is($_.split('').grep({ $_ eq "\x5c" }).elems, 54, "count backslashes");
+}
+else {
+ $_ = (0 .. 255).map({ chr($_); }).join('');
+ is($_.chars, 256, "quotemeta starting string");
+
+ # Original test in Perl 5.9.3:
+ # 96 characters - 52 letters - 10 digits - 1 underscore = 33 backslashes
+ # 96 characters + 33 backslashes = 129 characters
+ #
+ # Then added remaining 32 + 128, all escaped:
+ # 129 + (32 + 128) * 2 = 449
+ #
+ # Total backslashed chars are 33 + 32 + 128 = 193
+ # Total backslashes are 1 + 193 = 194
+ $_ = quotemeta $_;
+ is($_.chars, 449, "quotemeta string");
+ # 33 backslashed characters + 1 "original" backslash
+ is($_.split('').grep({ $_ eq "\x5c" }).elems, 194, "count backslashes");
+}
+
+# Current quotemeta implementation mimics that for Perl 5, avoiding
+# to escape Unicode characters beyond 256th
+is(quotemeta("\x[263a]"), "\x[263a]", "quotemeta Unicode");
+is(quotemeta("\x[263a]").chars, 1, "quotemeta Unicode length");
+
+=begin from_perl5
+
+
+plan tests => 22;
+
+if ($Config{ebcdic} eq 'define') {
+ $_ = join "", map chr($_), 129..233;
+
+ # 105 characters - 52 letters = 53 backslashes
+ # 105 characters + 53 backslashes = 158 characters
+ $_ = quotemeta $_;
+ is(length($_), 158, "quotemeta string");
+ # 104 non-backslash characters
+ is(tr/\\//cd, 104, "tr count non-backslashed");
+} else { # some ASCII descendant, then.
+ $_ = join "", map chr($_), 32..127;
+
+ # 96 characters - 52 letters - 10 digits - 1 underscore = 33 backslashes
+ # 96 characters + 33 backslashes = 129 characters
+ $_ = quotemeta $_;
+ is(length($_), 129, "quotemeta string");
+ # 95 non-backslash characters
+ is(tr/\\//cd, 95, "tr count non-backslashed");
+}
+
+is(length(quotemeta ""), 0, "quotemeta empty string");
+
+is("aA\UbB\LcC\EdD", "aABBccdD", 'aA\UbB\LcC\EdD');
+is("aA\LbB\UcC\EdD", "aAbbCCdD", 'aA\LbB\UcC\EdD');
+is("\L\upERL", "Perl", '\L\upERL');
+is("\u\LpERL", "Perl", '\u\LpERL');
+is("\U\lPerl", "pERL", '\U\lPerl');
+is("\l\UPerl", "pERL", '\l\UPerl');
+is("\u\LpE\Q#X#\ER\EL", "Pe\\#x\\#rL", '\u\LpE\Q#X#\ER\EL');
+is("\l\UPe\Q!x!\Er\El", "pE\\!X\\!Rl", '\l\UPe\Q!x!\Er\El');
+is("\Q\u\LpE.X.R\EL\E.", "Pe\\.x\\.rL.", '\Q\u\LpE.X.R\EL\E.');
+is("\Q\l\UPe*x*r\El\E*", "pE\\*X\\*Rl*", '\Q\l\UPe*x*r\El\E*');
+is("\U\lPerl\E\E\E\E", "pERL", '\U\lPerl\E\E\E\E');
+is("\l\UPerl\E\E\E\E", "pERL", '\l\UPerl\E\E\E\E');
+
+is(quotemeta("\x{263a}"), "\x{263a}", "quotemeta Unicode");
+is(length(quotemeta("\x{263a}")), 1, "quotemeta Unicode length");
+
+$a = "foo|bar";
+is("a\Q\Ec$a", "acfoo|bar", '\Q\E');
+is("a\L\Ec$a", "acfoo|bar", '\L\E');
+is("a\l\Ec$a", "acfoo|bar", '\l\E');
+is("a\U\Ec$a", "acfoo|bar", '\U\E');
+is("a\u\Ec$a", "acfoo|bar", '\u\E');
+
+=end from_perl5

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