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require "abstract_unit"
class TestERBTemplate < ActiveSupport::TestCase
ERBHandler = ActionView::Template::Handlers::ERB
class Context
def initialize
@output_buffer = "original"
@_virtual_path = nil
end
def hello
"Hello"
end
def partial
ActionView::Template.new(
"<%= @_virtual_path %>",
"partial",
ERBHandler,
:virtual_path => "partial"
)
end
def logger
require "logger"
Logger.new(STDERR)
end
def my_buffer
@output_buffer
end
end
def new_template(body = "<%= hello %>", handler = ERBHandler, details = {})
ActionView::Template.new(body, "hello template", ERBHandler, {:virtual_path => "hello"})
end
def render(locals = {})
@template.render(@obj, locals)
end
def setup
@obj = Context.new
end
def test_basic_template
@template = new_template
assert_equal "Hello", render
end
def test_locals
@template = new_template("<%= my_local %>")
assert_equal "I'm a local", render(:my_local => "I'm a local")
end
def test_restores_buffer
@template = new_template
assert_equal "Hello", render
assert_equal "original", @obj.my_buffer
end
def test_virtual_path
@template = new_template("<%= @_virtual_path %>" \
"<%= partial.render(self, {}) %>" \
"<%= @_virtual_path %>")
assert_equal "hellopartialhello", render
end
if "ruby".encoding_aware?
def test_resulting_string_is_utf8
@template = new_template
assert_equal Encoding::UTF_8, render.encoding
end
def test_no_magic_comment_word_with_utf_8
@template = new_template("hello \u{fc}mlat")
assert_equal Encoding::UTF_8, render.encoding
assert_equal "hello \u{fc}mlat", render
end
# This test ensures that if the default_external
# is set to something other than UTF-8, we don't
# get any errors and get back a UTF-8 String.
def test_default_external_works
Encoding.default_external = "ISO-8859-1"
@template = new_template("hello \xFCmlat")
assert_equal Encoding::UTF_8, render.encoding
assert_equal "hello \u{fc}mlat", render
ensure
Encoding.default_external = "UTF-8"
end
def test_encoding_can_be_specified_with_magic_comment
@template = new_template("# encoding: ISO-8859-1\nhello \xFCmlat")
assert_equal Encoding::UTF_8, render.encoding
assert_equal "\nhello \u{fc}mlat", render
end
# TODO: This is currently handled inside ERB. The case of explicitly
# lying about encodings via the normal Rails API should be handled
# inside Rails.
def test_lying_with_magic_comment
assert_raises(ActionView::Template::Error) do
@template = new_template("# encoding: UTF-8\nhello \xFCmlat")
render
end
end
def test_encoding_can_be_specified_with_magic_comment_in_erb
with_external_encoding Encoding::UTF_8 do
@template = new_template("<%# encoding: ISO-8859-1 %>hello \xFCmlat")
result = render
assert_equal Encoding::UTF_8, render.encoding
assert_equal "hello \u{fc}mlat", render
end
end
def test_error_when_template_isnt_valid_utf8
assert_raises(ActionView::Template::Error, /\xFC/) do
@template = new_template("hello \xFCmlat")
render
end
end
def with_external_encoding(encoding)
old = Encoding.default_external
silence_warnings { Encoding.default_external = encoding }
yield
ensure
silence_warnings { Encoding.default_external = old }
end
end
end
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