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/*
* This source file is part of the bstring string library. This code was
* written by Paul Hsieh in 2002-2010, and is covered by either the 3-clause
* BSD open source license or GPL v2.0. Refer to the accompanying documentation
* for details on usage and license.
*/
/*
* testaux.c
*
* This file is the C unit test for the bstraux module of Bstrlib.
*/
#include <stdio.h>
#include "bstrlib.h"
#include "bstraux.h"
static int tWrite (const void * buf, size_t elsize, size_t nelem, void * parm) {
bstring b = (bstring) parm;
size_t i;
if (NULL == b || NULL == buf || 0 == elsize || 0 == nelem)
return -__LINE__;
for (i=0; i < nelem; i++) {
if (0 > bcatblk (b, buf, elsize)) break;
buf = (const void *) (elsize + (const char *) buf);
}
return (int) i;
}
int test0 (void) {
struct bwriteStream * ws;
bstring s;
int ret = 0;
printf ("TEST: struct bwriteStream functions.\n");
ws = bwsOpen ((bNwrite) tWrite, (s = bfromcstr ("")));
bwsBuffLength (ws, 8);
ret += 8 != bwsBuffLength (ws, 0);
bwsWriteBlk (ws, bsStaticBlkParms ("Hello "));
ret += 0 == biseqcstr (s, "");
bwsWriteBlk (ws, bsStaticBlkParms ("World\n"));
ret += 0 == biseqcstr (s, "Hello Wo");
ret += s != bwsClose (ws);
ret += 0 == biseqcstr (s, "Hello World\n");
printf ("\t# failures: %d\n", ret);
return ret;
}
int test1 (void) {
struct tagbstring t = bsStatic ("Hello world");
bstring b, c, d;
int ret = 0;
printf ("TEST: bTail and bHead functions.\n");
b = bTail (&t, 5);
c = bHead (&t, 5);
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (b, "world");
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (c, "Hello");
bdestroy (b);
bdestroy (c);
b = bTail (&t, 0);
c = bHead (&t, 0);
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (b, "");
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (c, "");
bdestroy (b);
bdestroy (c);
d = bstrcpy (&t);
b = bTail (d, 5);
c = bHead (d, 5);
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (b, "world");
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (c, "Hello");
bdestroy (b);
bdestroy (c);
bdestroy (d);
printf ("\t# failures: %d\n", ret);
return ret;
}
int test2 (void) {
struct tagbstring t = bsStatic ("Hello world");
bstring b;
int ret = 0, reto;
printf ("TEST: bSetChar function.\n");
ret += 0 <= bSetChar (&t, 4, ',');
ret += 0 > bSetChar (b = bstrcpy (&t), 4, ',');
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (b, "Hell, world");
ret += 0 <= bSetChar (b, -1, 'x');
b->slen = 2;
ret += 0 > bSetChar (b, 1, 'i');
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (b, "Hi");
ret += 0 > bSetChar (b, 2, 's');
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (b, "His");
ret += 0 > bSetChar (b, 1, '\0');
ret += blength (b) != 3;
ret += bchare (b, 0, '?') != 'H';
ret += bchare (b, 1, '?') != '\0';
ret += bchare (b, 2, '?') != 's';
bdestroy (b);
printf ("\t# failures: %d\n", ret);
reto = ret;
ret = 0;
printf ("TEST: bSetCstrChar function.\n");
ret += 0 <= bSetCstrChar (&t, 4, ',');
ret += 0 > bSetCstrChar (b = bstrcpy (&t), 4, ',');
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (b, "Hell, world");
ret += 0 <= bSetCstrChar (b, -1, 'x');
b->slen = 2;
ret += 0 > bSetCstrChar (b, 1, 'i');
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (b, "Hi");
ret += 0 > bSetCstrChar (b, 2, 's');
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (b, "His");
ret += 0 > bSetCstrChar (b, 1, '\0');
ret += blength (b) != 1;
ret += bchare (b, 0, '?') != 'H';
bdestroy (b);
printf ("\t# failures: %d\n", ret);
return reto + ret;
}
int test3 (void) {
struct tagbstring t = bsStatic ("Hello world");
bstring b;
int ret = 0;
printf ("TEST: bFill function.\n");
ret += 0 <= bFill (&t, 'x', 7);
ret += 0 > bFill (b = bstrcpy (&t), 'x', 7);
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (b, "xxxxxxx");
ret += 0 <= bFill (b, 'x', -1);
ret += 0 > bFill (b, 'x', 0);
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (b, "");
bdestroy (b);
printf ("\t# failures: %d\n", ret);
return ret;
}
int test4 (void) {
struct tagbstring t = bsStatic ("foo");
bstring b;
int ret = 0;
printf ("TEST: bReplicate function.\n");
ret += 0 <= bReplicate (&t, 4);
ret += 0 <= bReplicate (b = bstrcpy (&t), -1);
ret += 0 > bReplicate (b, 4);
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (b, "foofoofoofoo");
ret += 0 > bReplicate (b, 0);
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (b, "");
bdestroy (b);
printf ("\t# failures: %d\n", ret);
return ret;
}
int test5 (void) {
struct tagbstring t = bsStatic ("Hello world");
bstring b;
int ret = 0;
printf ("TEST: bReverse function.\n");
ret += 0 <= bReverse (&t);
ret += 0 > bReverse (b = bstrcpy (&t));
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (b, "dlrow olleH");
b->slen = 0;
ret += 0 > bReverse (b);
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (b, "");
bdestroy (b);
printf ("\t# failures: %d\n", ret);
return ret;
}
int test6 (void) {
struct tagbstring t = bsStatic ("Hello world");
bstring b;
int ret = 0;
printf ("TEST: bInsertChrs function.\n");
ret += 0 <= bInsertChrs (&t, 6, 4, 'x', '?');
ret += 0 > bInsertChrs (b = bstrcpy (&t), 6, 4, 'x', '?');
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (b, "Hello xxxxworld");
bdestroy (b);
printf ("\t# failures: %d\n", ret);
return ret;
}
int test7 (void) {
struct tagbstring t = bsStatic (" i am ");
bstring b;
int ret = 0;
printf ("TEST: bJustify functions.\n");
ret += 0 <= bJustifyLeft (&t, ' ');
ret += 0 <= bJustifyRight (&t, 8, ' ');
ret += 0 <= bJustifyMargin (&t, 8, ' ');
ret += 0 <= bJustifyCenter (&t, 8, ' ');
ret += 0 > bJustifyLeft (b = bstrcpy (&t), ' ');
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (b, "i am");
ret += 0 > bJustifyRight (b, 8, ' ');
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (b, " i am");
ret += 0 > bJustifyMargin (b, 8, ' ');
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (b, "i am");
ret += 0 > bJustifyCenter (b, 8, ' ');
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (b, " i am");
bdestroy (b);
printf ("\t# failures: %d\n", ret);
return ret;
}
int test8 (void) {
struct tagbstring t = bsStatic ("Hello world");
bstring b;
char * c;
int ret = 0;
printf ("TEST: NetStr functions.\n");
c = bStr2NetStr (&t);
ret += 0 != strcmp (c, "11:Hello world,");
b = bNetStr2Bstr (c);
ret += 0 >= biseq (b, &t);
bdestroy (b);
bcstrfree (c);
printf ("\t# failures: %d\n", ret);
return ret;
}
int test9 (void) {
struct tagbstring t = bsStatic ("Hello world");
bstring b, c;
int err, ret = 0;
printf ("TEST: Base 64 codec.\n");
b = bBase64Encode (&t);
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (b, "SGVsbG8gd29ybGQ=");
c = bBase64DecodeEx (b, &err);
ret += 0 != err;
ret += 0 >= biseq (c, &t);
bdestroy (b);
bdestroy (c);
printf ("\t# failures: %d\n", ret);
return ret;
}
int test10 (void) {
struct tagbstring t = bsStatic ("Hello world");
bstring b, c;
int err, ret = 0;
printf ("TEST: UU codec.\n");
b = bUuEncode (&t);
ret += 0 >= biseqcstr (b, "+2&5L;&\\@=V]R;&0`\r\n");
c = bUuDecodeEx (b, &err);
ret += 0 != err;
ret += 0 >= biseq (c, &t);
bdestroy (b);
bdestroy (c);
printf ("\t# failures: %d\n", ret);
return ret;
}
int test11 (void) {
struct tagbstring t = bsStatic ("Hello world");
unsigned char Ytstr[] = {0x72, 0x8f, 0x96, 0x96, 0x99, 0x4a, 0xa1, 0x99, 0x9c, 0x96, 0x8e};
bstring b, c;
int ret = 0;
printf ("TEST: Y codec.\n");
b = bYEncode (&t);
ret += 11 != b->slen;
ret += 0 >= bisstemeqblk (b, Ytstr, 11);
c = bYDecode (b);
ret += 0 >= biseq (c, &t);
bdestroy (b);
bdestroy (c);
printf ("\t# failures: %d\n", ret);
return ret;
}
int test12 (void) {
struct tagbstring t = bsStatic ("Hello world");
struct bStream * s;
bstring b;
int ret = 0;
printf ("TEST: bsFromBstr.\n");
ret = bsread (b = bfromcstr (""), s = bsFromBstr (&t), 6);
ret += 1 != biseqcstr (b, "Hello ");
if (b) b->slen = 0;
ret = bsread (b, s, 6);
ret += 1 != biseqcstr (b, "world");
bdestroy (b);
bsclose (s);
printf ("\t# failures: %d\n", ret);
return ret;
}
struct vfgetc {
int ofs;
bstring base;
};
static int test13_fgetc (void * ctx) {
struct vfgetc * vctx = (struct vfgetc *) ctx;
int c;
if (NULL == vctx || NULL == vctx->base) return EOF;
if (vctx->ofs >= blength (vctx->base)) return EOF;
c = bchare (vctx->base, vctx->ofs, EOF);
vctx->ofs++;
return c;
}
int test13 (void) {
struct tagbstring t0 = bsStatic ("Random String");
struct vfgetc vctx;
bstring b;
int ret = 0;
int i;
printf ("TEST: bSecureInput, bSecureDestroy.\n");
for (i=0; i < 1000; i++) {
unsigned char * h;
vctx.ofs = 0;
vctx.base = &t0;
b = bSecureInput (INT_MAX, '\n', (bNgetc) test13_fgetc, &vctx);
ret += 1 != biseq (b, &t0);
h = b->data;
bSecureDestroy (b);
/* WARNING! Technically unsound code follows: */
ret += (0 == memcmp (h, t0.data, t0.slen));
if (ret) break;
}
printf ("\t# failures: %d\n", ret);
return ret;
}
int main () {
int ret = 0;
printf ("Direct case testing of bstraux functions\n");
ret += test0 ();
ret += test1 ();
ret += test2 ();
ret += test3 ();
ret += test4 ();
ret += test5 ();
ret += test6 ();
ret += test7 ();
ret += test8 ();
ret += test9 ();
ret += test10 ();
ret += test11 ();
ret += test12 ();
ret += test13 ();
printf ("# test failures: %d\n", ret);
return 0;
}
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