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//! Integration tests for the CLI interface of fd.
mod testenv;
use crate::testenv::TestEnv;
use regex::escape;
use std::fs;
use std::io::Write;
use std::path::Path;
use std::time::{Duration, SystemTime};
static DEFAULT_DIRS: &'static [&'static str] = &["one/two/three", "one/two/three/directory_foo"];
static DEFAULT_FILES: &'static [&'static str] = &[
"a.foo",
"one/b.foo",
"one/two/c.foo",
"one/two/C.Foo2",
"one/two/three/d.foo",
"fdignored.foo",
"gitignored.foo",
".hidden.foo",
"e1 e2",
];
fn get_absolute_root_path(env: &TestEnv) -> String {
let path = env
.test_root()
.canonicalize()
.expect("absolute path")
.to_str()
.expect("string")
.to_string();
#[cfg(windows)]
let path = path.trim_start_matches(r"\\?\").to_string();
path
}
#[cfg(test)]
fn get_test_env_with_abs_path(dirs: &[&'static str], files: &[&'static str]) -> (TestEnv, String) {
let env = TestEnv::new(dirs, files);
let root_path = get_absolute_root_path(&env);
(env, root_path)
}
#[cfg(test)]
fn create_file_with_size<P: AsRef<Path>>(path: P, size_in_bytes: usize) {
let content = "#".repeat(size_in_bytes);
let mut f = fs::File::create::<P>(path).unwrap();
f.write(content.as_bytes()).unwrap();
}
/// Simple tests
#[test]
fn test_simple() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(&["a.foo"], "a.foo");
te.assert_output(&["b.foo"], "one/b.foo");
te.assert_output(&["d.foo"], "one/two/three/d.foo");
te.assert_output(
&["foo"],
"a.foo
one/b.foo
one/two/c.foo
one/two/C.Foo2
one/two/three/d.foo
one/two/three/directory_foo",
);
te.assert_output(
&[],
"a.foo
e1 e2
one
one/b.foo
one/two
one/two/c.foo
one/two/C.Foo2
one/two/three
one/two/three/d.foo
one/two/three/directory_foo
symlink",
);
}
/// Test multiple directory searches
#[test]
fn test_multi_file() {
let dirs = &["test1", "test2"];
let files = &["test1/a.foo", "test1/b.foo", "test2/a.foo"];
let te = TestEnv::new(dirs, files);
te.assert_output(
&["a.foo", "test1", "test2"],
"test1/a.foo
test2/a.foo",
);
te.assert_output(
&["", "test1", "test2"],
"test1/a.foo
test2/a.foo
test1/b.foo",
);
te.assert_output(&["a.foo", "test1"], "test1/a.foo");
te.assert_output(&["b.foo", "test1", "test2"], "test1/b.foo");
}
/// Explicit root path
#[test]
fn test_explicit_root_path() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(
&["foo", "one"],
"one/b.foo
one/two/c.foo
one/two/C.Foo2
one/two/three/d.foo
one/two/three/directory_foo",
);
te.assert_output(
&["foo", "one/two/three"],
"one/two/three/d.foo
one/two/three/directory_foo",
);
te.assert_output_subdirectory(
"one/two",
&["foo", "../../"],
"../../a.foo
../../one/b.foo
../../one/two/c.foo
../../one/two/C.Foo2
../../one/two/three/d.foo
../../one/two/three/directory_foo",
);
te.assert_output_subdirectory(
"one/two/three",
&["", ".."],
"../c.foo
../C.Foo2
../three
../three/d.foo
../three/directory_foo",
);
}
/// Regex searches
#[test]
fn test_regex_searches() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(
&["[a-c].foo"],
"a.foo
one/b.foo
one/two/c.foo
one/two/C.Foo2",
);
te.assert_output(
&["--case-sensitive", "[a-c].foo"],
"a.foo
one/b.foo
one/two/c.foo",
);
}
/// Smart case
#[test]
fn test_smart_case() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(
&["c.foo"],
"one/two/c.foo
one/two/C.Foo2",
);
te.assert_output(&["C.Foo"], "one/two/C.Foo2");
te.assert_output(&["Foo"], "one/two/C.Foo2");
// Only literal uppercase chars should trigger case sensitivity.
te.assert_output(
&["\\Ac"],
"one/two/c.foo
one/two/C.Foo2",
);
te.assert_output(&["\\AC"], "one/two/C.Foo2");
}
/// Case sensitivity (--case-sensitive)
#[test]
fn test_case_sensitive() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(&["--case-sensitive", "c.foo"], "one/two/c.foo");
te.assert_output(&["--case-sensitive", "C.Foo"], "one/two/C.Foo2");
te.assert_output(
&["--ignore-case", "--case-sensitive", "C.Foo"],
"one/two/C.Foo2",
);
}
/// Case insensitivity (--ignore-case)
#[test]
fn test_case_insensitive() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(
&["--ignore-case", "C.Foo"],
"one/two/c.foo
one/two/C.Foo2",
);
te.assert_output(
&["--case-sensitive", "--ignore-case", "C.Foo"],
"one/two/c.foo
one/two/C.Foo2",
);
}
/// Glob-based searches (--glob)
#[test]
fn test_glob_searches() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(
&["--glob", "*.foo"],
"a.foo
one/b.foo
one/two/c.foo
one/two/three/d.foo",
);
te.assert_output(
&["--glob", "[a-c].foo"],
"a.foo
one/b.foo
one/two/c.foo",
);
te.assert_output(
&["--glob", "[a-c].foo*"],
"a.foo
one/b.foo
one/two/C.Foo2
one/two/c.foo",
);
}
/// Glob-based searches (--glob) in combination with full path searches (--full-path)
#[cfg(not(windows))] // TODO: make this work on Windows
#[test]
fn test_full_path_glob_searches() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(
&["--glob", "--full-path", "**/one/**/*.foo"],
"one/b.foo
one/two/c.foo
one/two/three/d.foo",
);
}
#[test]
fn test_smart_case_glob_searches() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(
&["--glob", "c.foo*"],
"one/two/C.Foo2
one/two/c.foo",
);
te.assert_output(&["--glob", "C.Foo*"], "one/two/C.Foo2");
}
/// Glob-based searches (--glob) in combination with --case-sensitive
#[test]
fn test_case_sensitive_glob_searches() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(&["--glob", "--case-sensitive", "c.foo*"], "one/two/c.foo");
}
/// Glob-based searches (--glob) in combination with --extension
#[test]
fn test_glob_searches_with_extension() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(
&["--glob", "--extension", "foo2", "[a-z].*"],
"one/two/C.Foo2",
);
}
/// Make sure that --regex overrides --glob
#[test]
fn test_regex_overrides_glob() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(&["--glob", "--regex", "Foo2$"], "one/two/C.Foo2");
}
/// Full path search (--full-path)
#[test]
fn test_full_path() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
let root = te.system_root();
let prefix = escape(&root.to_string_lossy());
te.assert_output(
&[
"--full-path",
&format!("^{prefix}.*three.*foo$", prefix = prefix),
],
"one/two/three/d.foo
one/two/three/directory_foo",
);
}
/// Hidden files (--hidden)
#[test]
fn test_hidden() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(
&["--hidden", "foo"],
".hidden.foo
a.foo
one/b.foo
one/two/c.foo
one/two/C.Foo2
one/two/three/d.foo
one/two/three/directory_foo",
);
}
/// Hidden file attribute on Windows
#[cfg(windows)]
#[test]
fn test_hidden_file_attribute() {
use std::os::windows::fs::OpenOptionsExt;
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
// https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/api/fileapi/nf-fileapi-setfileattributesa
const FILE_ATTRIBUTE_HIDDEN: u32 = 2;
fs::OpenOptions::new()
.create(true)
.write(true)
.attributes(FILE_ATTRIBUTE_HIDDEN)
.open(te.test_root().join("hidden-file.txt"))
.unwrap();
te.assert_output(&["--hidden", "hidden-file.txt"], "hidden-file.txt");
te.assert_output(&["hidden-file.txt"], "");
}
/// Ignored files (--no-ignore)
#[test]
fn test_no_ignore() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(
&["--no-ignore", "foo"],
"a.foo
fdignored.foo
gitignored.foo
one/b.foo
one/two/c.foo
one/two/C.Foo2
one/two/three/d.foo
one/two/three/directory_foo",
);
te.assert_output(
&["--hidden", "--no-ignore", "foo"],
".hidden.foo
a.foo
fdignored.foo
gitignored.foo
one/b.foo
one/two/c.foo
one/two/C.Foo2
one/two/three/d.foo
one/two/three/directory_foo",
);
}
/// .gitignore and .fdignore
#[test]
fn test_gitignore_and_fdignore() {
let files = &[
"ignored-by-nothing",
"ignored-by-fdignore",
"ignored-by-gitignore",
"ignored-by-both",
];
let te = TestEnv::new(&[], files);
fs::File::create(te.test_root().join(".fdignore"))
.unwrap()
.write_all(b"ignored-by-fdignore\nignored-by-both")
.unwrap();
fs::File::create(te.test_root().join(".gitignore"))
.unwrap()
.write_all(b"ignored-by-gitignore\nignored-by-both")
.unwrap();
te.assert_output(&["ignored"], "ignored-by-nothing");
te.assert_output(
&["--no-ignore-vcs", "ignored"],
"ignored-by-nothing
ignored-by-gitignore",
);
te.assert_output(
&["--no-ignore", "ignored"],
"ignored-by-nothing
ignored-by-fdignore
ignored-by-gitignore
ignored-by-both",
);
}
/// Precedence of .fdignore files
#[test]
fn test_custom_ignore_precedence() {
let dirs = &["inner"];
let files = &["inner/foo"];
let te = TestEnv::new(dirs, files);
// Ignore 'foo' via .gitignore
fs::File::create(te.test_root().join("inner/.gitignore"))
.unwrap()
.write_all(b"foo")
.unwrap();
// Whitelist 'foo' via .fdignore
fs::File::create(te.test_root().join(".fdignore"))
.unwrap()
.write_all(b"!foo")
.unwrap();
te.assert_output(&["foo"], "inner/foo");
te.assert_output(&["--no-ignore-vcs", "foo"], "inner/foo");
te.assert_output(&["--no-ignore", "foo"], "inner/foo");
}
/// VCS ignored files (--no-ignore-vcs)
#[test]
fn test_no_ignore_vcs() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(
&["--no-ignore-vcs", "foo"],
"a.foo
gitignored.foo
one/b.foo
one/two/c.foo
one/two/C.Foo2
one/two/three/d.foo
one/two/three/directory_foo",
);
}
/// Custom ignore files (--ignore-file)
#[test]
fn test_custom_ignore_files() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
// Ignore 'C.Foo2' and everything in 'three'.
fs::File::create(te.test_root().join("custom.ignore"))
.unwrap()
.write_all(b"C.Foo2\nthree")
.unwrap();
te.assert_output(
&["--ignore-file", "custom.ignore", "foo"],
"a.foo
one/b.foo
one/two/c.foo",
);
}
/// Ignored files with ripgrep aliases (-u / -uu)
#[test]
fn test_no_ignore_aliases() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(
&["-u", "foo"],
"a.foo
fdignored.foo
gitignored.foo
one/b.foo
one/two/c.foo
one/two/C.Foo2
one/two/three/d.foo
one/two/three/directory_foo",
);
te.assert_output(
&["-uu", "foo"],
".hidden.foo
a.foo
fdignored.foo
gitignored.foo
one/b.foo
one/two/c.foo
one/two/C.Foo2
one/two/three/d.foo
one/two/three/directory_foo",
);
}
/// Symlinks (--follow)
#[test]
fn test_follow() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(
&["--follow", "c.foo"],
"one/two/c.foo
one/two/C.Foo2
symlink/c.foo
symlink/C.Foo2",
);
}
// File system boundaries (--one-file-system)
// Limited to Unix because, to the best of my knowledge, there is no easy way to test a use case
// file systems mounted into the tree on Windows.
// Not limiting depth causes massive delay under Darwin, see BurntSushi/ripgrep#1429
#[test]
#[cfg(unix)]
fn test_file_system_boundaries() {
// Helper function to get the device ID for a given path
// Inspired by https://github.com/BurntSushi/ripgrep/blob/8892bf648cfec111e6e7ddd9f30e932b0371db68/ignore/src/walk.rs#L1693
fn device_num(path: impl AsRef<Path>) -> u64 {
use std::os::unix::fs::MetadataExt;
path.as_ref().metadata().map(|md| md.dev()).unwrap()
}
// Can't simulate file system boundaries
let te = TestEnv::new(&[], &[]);
let dev_null = Path::new("/dev/null");
// /dev/null should exist in all sane Unixes. Skip if it doesn't exist for some reason.
// Also skip should it be on the same device as the root partition for some reason.
if !dev_null.is_file() || device_num(dev_null) == device_num("/") {
return;
}
te.assert_output(
&["--full-path", "--max-depth", "2", "^/dev/null$", "/"],
"/dev/null",
);
te.assert_output(
&[
"--one-file-system",
"--full-path",
"--max-depth",
"2",
"^/dev/null$",
"/",
],
"",
);
}
#[test]
fn test_follow_broken_symlink() {
let mut te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.create_broken_symlink("broken_symlink")
.expect("Failed to create broken symlink.");
te.assert_output(
&["symlink"],
"broken_symlink
symlink",
);
te.assert_output(
&["--type", "symlink", "symlink"],
"broken_symlink
symlink",
);
te.assert_output(&["--type", "file", "symlink"], "");
te.assert_output(
&["--follow", "--type", "symlink", "symlink"],
"broken_symlink",
);
te.assert_output(&["--follow", "--type", "file", "symlink"], "");
}
/// Null separator (--print0)
#[test]
fn test_print0() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(
&["--print0", "foo"],
"a.fooNULL
one/b.fooNULL
one/two/C.Foo2NULL
one/two/c.fooNULL
one/two/three/d.fooNULL
one/two/three/directory_fooNULL",
);
}
/// Maximum depth (--max-depth)
#[test]
fn test_max_depth() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(
&["--max-depth", "3"],
"a.foo
e1 e2
one
one/b.foo
one/two
one/two/c.foo
one/two/C.Foo2
one/two/three
symlink",
);
te.assert_output(
&["--max-depth", "2"],
"a.foo
e1 e2
one
one/b.foo
one/two
symlink",
);
te.assert_output(
&["--max-depth", "1"],
"a.foo
e1 e2
one
symlink",
);
}
/// Absolute paths (--absolute-path)
#[test]
fn test_absolute_path() {
let (te, abs_path) = get_test_env_with_abs_path(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(
&["--absolute-path"],
&format!(
"{abs_path}/a.foo
{abs_path}/e1 e2
{abs_path}/one
{abs_path}/one/b.foo
{abs_path}/one/two
{abs_path}/one/two/c.foo
{abs_path}/one/two/C.Foo2
{abs_path}/one/two/three
{abs_path}/one/two/three/d.foo
{abs_path}/one/two/three/directory_foo
{abs_path}/symlink",
abs_path = &abs_path
),
);
te.assert_output(
&["--absolute-path", "foo"],
&format!(
"{abs_path}/a.foo
{abs_path}/one/b.foo
{abs_path}/one/two/c.foo
{abs_path}/one/two/C.Foo2
{abs_path}/one/two/three/d.foo
{abs_path}/one/two/three/directory_foo",
abs_path = &abs_path
),
);
}
/// Show absolute paths if the path argument is absolute
#[test]
fn test_implicit_absolute_path() {
let (te, abs_path) = get_test_env_with_abs_path(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(
&["foo", &abs_path],
&format!(
"{abs_path}/a.foo
{abs_path}/one/b.foo
{abs_path}/one/two/c.foo
{abs_path}/one/two/C.Foo2
{abs_path}/one/two/three/d.foo
{abs_path}/one/two/three/directory_foo",
abs_path = &abs_path
),
);
}
/// Absolute paths should be normalized
#[test]
fn test_normalized_absolute_path() {
let (te, abs_path) = get_test_env_with_abs_path(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output_subdirectory(
"one",
&["--absolute-path", "foo", ".."],
&format!(
"{abs_path}/a.foo
{abs_path}/one/b.foo
{abs_path}/one/two/c.foo
{abs_path}/one/two/C.Foo2
{abs_path}/one/two/three/d.foo
{abs_path}/one/two/three/directory_foo",
abs_path = &abs_path
),
);
}
/// File type filter (--type)
#[test]
fn test_type() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(
&["--type", "f"],
"a.foo
e1 e2
one/b.foo
one/two/c.foo
one/two/C.Foo2
one/two/three/d.foo",
);
te.assert_output(&["--type", "f", "e1"], "e1 e2");
te.assert_output(
&["--type", "d"],
"one
one/two
one/two/three
one/two/three/directory_foo",
);
te.assert_output(
&["--type", "d", "--type", "l"],
"one
one/two
one/two/three
one/two/three/directory_foo
symlink",
);
te.assert_output(&["--type", "l"], "symlink");
}
/// Test `--type executable`
#[cfg(unix)]
#[test]
fn test_type_executable() {
use std::os::unix::fs::OpenOptionsExt;
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
fs::OpenOptions::new()
.create(true)
.write(true)
.mode(0o777)
.open(te.test_root().join("executable-file.sh"))
.unwrap();
te.assert_output(&["--type", "executable"], "executable-file.sh");
te.assert_output(
&["--type", "executable", "--type", "directory"],
"executable-file.sh
one
one/two
one/two/three
one/two/three/directory_foo",
);
}
/// Test `--type empty`
#[test]
fn test_type_empty() {
let te = TestEnv::new(&["dir_empty", "dir_nonempty"], &[]);
create_file_with_size(te.test_root().join("0_bytes.foo"), 0);
create_file_with_size(te.test_root().join("5_bytes.foo"), 5);
create_file_with_size(te.test_root().join("dir_nonempty").join("2_bytes.foo"), 2);
te.assert_output(
&["--type", "empty"],
"0_bytes.foo
dir_empty",
);
te.assert_output(
&["--type", "empty", "--type", "file", "--type", "directory"],
"0_bytes.foo
dir_empty",
);
te.assert_output(&["--type", "empty", "--type", "file"], "0_bytes.foo");
te.assert_output(&["--type", "empty", "--type", "directory"], "dir_empty");
}
/// File extension (--extension)
#[test]
fn test_extension() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(
&["--extension", "foo"],
"a.foo
one/b.foo
one/two/c.foo
one/two/three/d.foo",
);
te.assert_output(
&["--extension", ".foo"],
"a.foo
one/b.foo
one/two/c.foo
one/two/three/d.foo",
);
te.assert_output(
&["--extension", ".foo", "--extension", "foo2"],
"a.foo
one/b.foo
one/two/c.foo
one/two/three/d.foo
one/two/C.Foo2",
);
te.assert_output(&["--extension", ".foo", "a"], "a.foo");
te.assert_output(&["--extension", "foo2"], "one/two/C.Foo2");
let te2 = TestEnv::new(&[], &["spam.bar.baz", "egg.bar.baz", "yolk.bar.baz.sig"]);
te2.assert_output(
&["--extension", ".bar.baz"],
"spam.bar.baz
egg.bar.baz",
);
te2.assert_output(&["--extension", "sig"], "yolk.bar.baz.sig");
te2.assert_output(&["--extension", "bar.baz.sig"], "yolk.bar.baz.sig");
let te3 = TestEnv::new(&[], &["latin1.e\u{301}xt", "smiley.☻"]);
te3.assert_output(&["--extension", "☻"], "smiley.☻");
te3.assert_output(&["--extension", ".e\u{301}xt"], "latin1.e\u{301}xt");
let te4 = TestEnv::new(&[], &[".hidden", "test.hidden"]);
te4.assert_output(&["--hidden", "--extension", ".hidden"], "test.hidden");
}
/// Symlink as search directory
#[test]
fn test_symlink_as_root() {
let mut te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.create_broken_symlink("broken_symlink")
.expect("Failed to create broken symlink.");
// From: http://pubs.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/9699919799/functions/getcwd.html
// The getcwd() function shall place an absolute pathname of the current working directory in
// the array pointed to by buf, and return buf. The pathname shall contain no components that
// are dot or dot-dot, or are symbolic links.
//
// Key points:
// 1. The path of the current working directory of a Unix process cannot contain symlinks.
// 2. The path of the current working directory of a Windows process can contain symlinks.
//
// More:
// 1. On Windows, symlinks are resolved after the ".." component.
// 2. On Unix, symlinks are resolved immediately as encountered.
let parent_parent = if cfg!(windows) { ".." } else { "../.." };
te.assert_output_subdirectory(
"symlink",
&["", parent_parent],
&format!(
"{dir}/a.foo
{dir}/broken_symlink
{dir}/e1 e2
{dir}/one
{dir}/one/b.foo
{dir}/one/two
{dir}/one/two/c.foo
{dir}/one/two/C.Foo2
{dir}/one/two/three
{dir}/one/two/three/d.foo
{dir}/one/two/three/directory_foo
{dir}/symlink",
dir = &parent_parent
),
);
}
#[test]
fn test_symlink_and_absolute_path() {
let (te, abs_path) = get_test_env_with_abs_path(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output_subdirectory(
"symlink",
&["--absolute-path"],
&format!(
"{abs_path}/one/two/c.foo
{abs_path}/one/two/C.Foo2
{abs_path}/one/two/three
{abs_path}/one/two/three/d.foo
{abs_path}/one/two/three/directory_foo",
abs_path = &abs_path
),
);
}
#[test]
fn test_symlink_as_absolute_root() {
let (te, abs_path) = get_test_env_with_abs_path(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(
&["", &format!("{abs_path}/symlink", abs_path = abs_path)],
&format!(
"{abs_path}/symlink/c.foo
{abs_path}/symlink/C.Foo2
{abs_path}/symlink/three
{abs_path}/symlink/three/d.foo
{abs_path}/symlink/three/directory_foo",
abs_path = &abs_path
),
);
}
#[test]
fn test_symlink_and_full_path() {
let (te, abs_path) = get_test_env_with_abs_path(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
let root = te.system_root();
let prefix = escape(&root.to_string_lossy());
te.assert_output_subdirectory(
"symlink",
&[
"--absolute-path",
"--full-path",
&format!("^{prefix}.*three", prefix = prefix),
],
&format!(
"{abs_path}/one/two/three
{abs_path}/one/two/three/d.foo
{abs_path}/one/two/three/directory_foo",
abs_path = &abs_path
),
);
}
#[test]
fn test_symlink_and_full_path_abs_path() {
let (te, abs_path) = get_test_env_with_abs_path(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
let root = te.system_root();
let prefix = escape(&root.to_string_lossy());
te.assert_output(
&[
"--full-path",
&format!("^{prefix}.*symlink.*three", prefix = prefix),
&format!("{abs_path}/symlink", abs_path = abs_path),
],
&format!(
"{abs_path}/symlink/three
{abs_path}/symlink/three/d.foo
{abs_path}/symlink/three/directory_foo",
abs_path = &abs_path
),
);
}
/// Exclude patterns (--exclude)
#[test]
fn test_excludes() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(
&["--exclude", "*.foo"],
"one
one/two
one/two/C.Foo2
one/two/three
one/two/three/directory_foo
e1 e2
symlink",
);
te.assert_output(
&["--exclude", "*.foo", "--exclude", "*.Foo2"],
"one
one/two
one/two/three
one/two/three/directory_foo
e1 e2
symlink",
);
te.assert_output(
&["--exclude", "*.foo", "--exclude", "*.Foo2", "foo"],
"one/two/three/directory_foo",
);
te.assert_output(
&["--exclude", "one/two", "foo"],
"a.foo
one/b.foo",
);
te.assert_output(
&["--exclude", "one/**/*.foo"],
"a.foo
e1 e2
one
one/two
one/two/C.Foo2
one/two/three
one/two/three/directory_foo
symlink",
);
}
/// Shell script execution (--exec)
#[test]
fn test_exec() {
assert_exec_output("--exec");
}
/// Shell script execution using -exec
#[test]
fn test_exec_substitution() {
assert_exec_output("-exec");
}
// Shell script execution using -x
#[test]
fn test_exec_short_arg() {
assert_exec_output("-x");
}
#[cfg(test)]
fn assert_exec_output(exec_style: &str) {
let (te, abs_path) = get_test_env_with_abs_path(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
// TODO Windows tests: D:file.txt \file.txt \\server\share\file.txt ...
if !cfg!(windows) {
te.assert_output(
&["--absolute-path", "foo", exec_style, "echo"],
&format!(
"{abs_path}/a.foo
{abs_path}/one/b.foo
{abs_path}/one/two/C.Foo2
{abs_path}/one/two/c.foo
{abs_path}/one/two/three/d.foo
{abs_path}/one/two/three/directory_foo",
abs_path = &abs_path
),
);
te.assert_output(
&["foo", exec_style, "echo", "{}"],
"a.foo
one/b.foo
one/two/C.Foo2
one/two/c.foo
one/two/three/d.foo
one/two/three/directory_foo",
);
te.assert_output(
&["foo", exec_style, "echo", "{.}"],
"a
one/b
one/two/C
one/two/c
one/two/three/d
one/two/three/directory_foo",
);
te.assert_output(
&["foo", exec_style, "echo", "{/}"],
"a.foo
b.foo
C.Foo2
c.foo
d.foo
directory_foo",
);
te.assert_output(
&["foo", exec_style, "echo", "{/.}"],
"a
b
C
c
d
directory_foo",
);
te.assert_output(
&["foo", exec_style, "echo", "{//}"],
".
one
one/two
one/two
one/two/three
one/two/three",
);
te.assert_output(&["e1", exec_style, "printf", "%s.%s\n"], "e1 e2.");
}
}
#[test]
fn test_exec_batch() {
assert_exec_batch_output("--exec-batch");
}
#[test]
fn test_exec_batch_short_arg() {
assert_exec_batch_output("-X");
}
#[cfg(test)]
fn assert_exec_batch_output(exec_style: &str) {
let (te, abs_path) = get_test_env_with_abs_path(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
let te = te.normalize_line(true);
// TODO Test for windows
if !cfg!(windows) {
te.assert_output(
&["--absolute-path", "foo", exec_style, "echo"],
&format!(
"{abs_path}/a.foo {abs_path}/one/b.foo {abs_path}/one/two/C.Foo2 {abs_path}/one/two/c.foo {abs_path}/one/two/three/d.foo {abs_path}/one/two/three/directory_foo",
abs_path = &abs_path
),
);
te.assert_output(
&["foo", exec_style, "echo", "{}"],
"a.foo one/b.foo one/two/C.Foo2 one/two/c.foo one/two/three/d.foo one/two/three/directory_foo",
);
te.assert_output(
&["foo", exec_style, "echo", "{/}"],
"a.foo b.foo C.Foo2 c.foo d.foo directory_foo",
);
te.assert_output(&["no_match", exec_style, "echo", "Matched: ", "{/}"], "");
te.assert_error(
&["foo", exec_style, "echo", "{}", "{}"],
"[fd error]: Only one placeholder allowed for batch commands",
);
te.assert_error(
&["foo", exec_style, "echo", "{/}", ";", "-x", "echo"],
"error: The argument '--exec <cmd>' cannot be used with '--exec-batch <cmd>'",
);
te.assert_error(
&["foo", exec_style],
"error: The argument '--exec-batch <cmd>' requires a value but none was supplied",
);
te.assert_error(
&["foo", exec_style, "echo {}"],
"[fd error]: First argument of exec-batch is expected to be a fixed executable",
);
}
}
/// Literal search (--fixed-strings)
#[test]
fn test_fixed_strings() {
let dirs = &["test1", "test2"];
let files = &["test1/a.foo", "test1/a_foo", "test2/Download (1).tar.gz"];
let te = TestEnv::new(dirs, files);
// Regex search, dot is treated as "any character"
te.assert_output(
&["a.foo"],
"test1/a.foo
test1/a_foo",
);
// Literal search, dot is treated as character
te.assert_output(&["--fixed-strings", "a.foo"], "test1/a.foo");
// Regex search, parens are treated as group
te.assert_output(&["download (1)"], "");
// Literal search, parens are treated as characters
te.assert_output(
&["--fixed-strings", "download (1)"],
"test2/Download (1).tar.gz",
);
// Combine with --case-sensitive
te.assert_output(&["--fixed-strings", "--case-sensitive", "download (1)"], "");
}
/// Filenames with invalid UTF-8 sequences
#[cfg(target_os = "linux")]
#[test]
fn test_invalid_utf8() {
use std::ffi::OsStr;
use std::os::unix::ffi::OsStrExt;
let dirs = &["test1"];
let files = &[];
let te = TestEnv::new(dirs, files);
fs::File::create(
te.test_root()
.join(OsStr::from_bytes(b"test1/test_\xFEinvalid.txt")),
)
.unwrap();
te.assert_output(&["", "test1/"], "test1/test_�invalid.txt");
te.assert_output(&["invalid", "test1/"], "test1/test_�invalid.txt");
// Should not be found under a different extension
te.assert_output(&["-e", "zip", "", "test1/"], "");
}
/// Filtering for file size (--size)
#[test]
fn test_size() {
let te = TestEnv::new(&[], &[]);
create_file_with_size(te.test_root().join("0_bytes.foo"), 0);
create_file_with_size(te.test_root().join("11_bytes.foo"), 11);
create_file_with_size(te.test_root().join("30_bytes.foo"), 30);
create_file_with_size(te.test_root().join("3_kilobytes.foo"), 3 * 1000);
create_file_with_size(te.test_root().join("4_kibibytes.foo"), 4 * 1024);
// Zero and non-zero sized files.
te.assert_output(
&["", "--size", "+0B"],
"0_bytes.foo
11_bytes.foo
30_bytes.foo
3_kilobytes.foo
4_kibibytes.foo",
);
// Zero sized files.
te.assert_output(&["", "--size", "-0B"], "0_bytes.foo");
// Files with 2 bytes or more.
te.assert_output(
&["", "--size", "+2B"],
"11_bytes.foo
30_bytes.foo
3_kilobytes.foo
4_kibibytes.foo",
);
// Files with 2 bytes or less.
te.assert_output(&["", "--size", "-2B"], "0_bytes.foo");
// Files with size between 1 byte and 11 bytes.
te.assert_output(&["", "--size", "+1B", "--size", "-11B"], "11_bytes.foo");
// Files with size between 1 byte and 30 bytes.
te.assert_output(
&["", "--size", "+1B", "--size", "-30B"],
"11_bytes.foo
30_bytes.foo",
);
// Combine with a search pattern
te.assert_output(&["^11_", "--size", "+1B", "--size", "-30B"], "11_bytes.foo");
// Files with size between 12 and 30 bytes.
te.assert_output(&["", "--size", "+12B", "--size", "-30B"], "30_bytes.foo");
// Files with size between 31 and 100 bytes.
te.assert_output(&["", "--size", "+31B", "--size", "-100B"], "");
// Files with size between 3 kibibytes and 5 kibibytes.
te.assert_output(&["", "--size", "+3ki", "--size", "-5ki"], "4_kibibytes.foo");
// Files with size between 3 kilobytes and 5 kilobytes.
te.assert_output(
&["", "--size", "+3k", "--size", "-5k"],
"3_kilobytes.foo
4_kibibytes.foo",
);
// Files with size greater than 3 kilobytes and less than 3 kibibytes.
te.assert_output(&["", "--size", "+3k", "--size", "-3ki"], "3_kilobytes.foo");
// Files with size equal 4 kibibytes.
te.assert_output(&["", "--size", "+4ki", "--size", "-4ki"], "4_kibibytes.foo");
}
#[cfg(test)]
fn create_file_with_modified<P: AsRef<Path>>(path: P, duration_in_secs: u64) {
let st = SystemTime::now() - Duration::from_secs(duration_in_secs);
let ft = filetime::FileTime::from_system_time(st);
fs::File::create(&path).expect("creation failed");
filetime::set_file_times(&path, ft, ft).expect("time modification failed");
}
#[test]
fn test_modified_relative() {
let te = TestEnv::new(&[], &[]);
create_file_with_modified(te.test_root().join("foo_0_now"), 0);
create_file_with_modified(te.test_root().join("bar_1_min"), 60);
create_file_with_modified(te.test_root().join("foo_10_min"), 600);
create_file_with_modified(te.test_root().join("bar_1_h"), 60 * 60);
create_file_with_modified(te.test_root().join("foo_2_h"), 2 * 60 * 60);
create_file_with_modified(te.test_root().join("bar_1_day"), 24 * 60 * 60);
te.assert_output(
&["", "--changed-within", "15min"],
"foo_0_now
bar_1_min
foo_10_min",
);
te.assert_output(
&["", "--change-older-than", "15min"],
"bar_1_h
foo_2_h
bar_1_day",
);
te.assert_output(
&["foo", "--changed-within", "12h"],
"foo_0_now
foo_10_min
foo_2_h",
);
}
#[cfg(test)]
fn change_file_modified<P: AsRef<Path>>(path: P, iso_date: &str) {
let st = humantime::parse_rfc3339(iso_date).expect("invalid date");
let ft = filetime::FileTime::from_system_time(st);
filetime::set_file_times(path, ft, ft).expect("time modification failde");
}
#[test]
fn test_modified_asolute() {
let te = TestEnv::new(&[], &["15mar2018", "30dec2017"]);
change_file_modified(te.test_root().join("15mar2018"), "2018-03-15T12:00:00Z");
change_file_modified(te.test_root().join("30dec2017"), "2017-12-30T23:59:00Z");
te.assert_output(
&["", "--change-newer-than", "2018-01-01 00:00:00"],
"15mar2018",
);
te.assert_output(
&["", "--changed-before", "2018-01-01 00:00:00"],
"30dec2017",
);
}
#[test]
fn test_custom_path_separator() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(
&["foo", "one", "--path-separator", "="],
"one=b.foo
one=two=c.foo
one=two=C.Foo2
one=two=three=d.foo
one=two=three=directory_foo",
);
}
#[test]
fn test_base_directory() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
te.assert_output(
&["--base-directory", "one"],
"b.foo
two
two/c.foo
two/C.Foo2
two/three
two/three/d.foo
two/three/directory_foo",
);
te.assert_output(
&["--base-directory", "one/two", "foo"],
"c.foo
C.Foo2
three/d.foo
three/directory_foo",
);
// Explicit root path
te.assert_output(
&["--base-directory", "one", "foo", "two"],
"two/c.foo
two/C.Foo2
two/three/d.foo
two/three/directory_foo",
);
// Ignore base directory when absolute path is used
let (te, abs_path) = get_test_env_with_abs_path(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
let abs_base_dir = &format!("{abs_path}/one/two", abs_path = &abs_path);
te.assert_output(
&["--base-directory", &abs_base_dir, "foo", &abs_path],
&format!(
"{abs_path}/a.foo
{abs_path}/one/b.foo
{abs_path}/one/two/c.foo
{abs_path}/one/two/C.Foo2
{abs_path}/one/two/three/d.foo
{abs_path}/one/two/three/directory_foo",
abs_path = &abs_path
),
);
}
#[test]
fn test_max_results() {
let te = TestEnv::new(DEFAULT_DIRS, DEFAULT_FILES);
// Unrestricted
te.assert_output(
&["--max-results=0", "c.foo"],
"one/two/C.Foo2
one/two/c.foo",
);
// Limited to two results
te.assert_output(
&["--max-results=2", "c.foo"],
"one/two/C.Foo2
one/two/c.foo",
);
// Limited to one result. We could find either C.Foo2 or c.foo
let output = te.assert_success_and_get_output(".", &["--max-results=1", "c.foo"]);
let stdout = String::from_utf8_lossy(&output.stdout);
let stdout = stdout.trim();
let stdout = stdout.replace(&std::path::MAIN_SEPARATOR.to_string(), "/");
assert!(stdout == "one/two/C.Foo2" || stdout == "one/two/c.foo");
}