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<?php
namespace Friendica\Test\src\Util;
use Friendica\Model\Group;
use Friendica\Util\ACLFormatter;
use PHPUnit\Framework\TestCase;
/**
* @brief ACLFormater utility testing class
*/
class ACLFormaterTest extends TestCase
{
/**
* test expand_acl, perfect input
*/
public function testExpandAclNormal()
{
$aclFormatter = new ACLFormatter();
$text='<1><2><3><' . Group::FOLLOWERS . '><' . Group::MUTUALS . '>';
$this->assertEquals(array('1', '2', '3', Group::FOLLOWERS, Group::MUTUALS), $aclFormatter->expand($text));
}
/**
* test with a big number
*/
public function testExpandAclBigNumber()
{
$aclFormatter = new ACLFormatter();
$text='<1><' . PHP_INT_MAX . '><15>';
$this->assertEquals(array('1', (string)PHP_INT_MAX, '15'), $aclFormatter->expand($text));
}
/**
* test with a string in it.
*
* @todo is this valid input? Otherwise: should there be an exception?
*/
public function testExpandAclString()
{
$aclFormatter = new ACLFormatter();
$text="<1><279012><tt>";
$this->assertEquals(array('1', '279012'), $aclFormatter->expand($text));
}
/**
* test with a ' ' in it.
*
* @todo is this valid input? Otherwise: should there be an exception?
*/
public function testExpandAclSpace()
{
$aclFormatter = new ACLFormatter();
$text="<1><279 012><32>";
$this->assertEquals(array('1', '32'), $aclFormatter->expand($text));
}
/**
* test empty input
*/
public function testExpandAclEmpty()
{
$aclFormatter = new ACLFormatter();
$text="";
$this->assertEquals(array(), $aclFormatter->expand($text));
}
/**
* test invalid input, no < at all
*
* @todo should there be an exception?
*/
public function testExpandAclNoBrackets()
{
$aclFormatter = new ACLFormatter();
$text="According to documentation, that's invalid. "; //should be invalid
$this->assertEquals(array(), $aclFormatter->expand($text));
}
/**
* test invalid input, just open <
*
* @todo should there be an exception?
*/
public function testExpandAclJustOneBracket1()
{
$aclFormatter = new ACLFormatter();
$text="<Another invalid string"; //should be invalid
$this->assertEquals(array(), $aclFormatter->expand($text));
}
/**
* test invalid input, just close >
*
* @todo should there be an exception?
*/
public function testExpandAclJustOneBracket2()
{
$aclFormatter = new ACLFormatter();
$text="Another invalid> string"; //should be invalid
$this->assertEquals(array(), $aclFormatter->expand($text));
}
/**
* test invalid input, just close >
*
* @todo should there be an exception?
*/
public function testExpandAclCloseOnly()
{
$aclFormatter = new ACLFormatter();
$text="Another> invalid> string>"; //should be invalid
$this->assertEquals(array(), $aclFormatter->expand($text));
}
/**
* test invalid input, just open <
*
* @todo should there be an exception?
*/
public function testExpandAclOpenOnly()
{
$aclFormatter = new ACLFormatter();
$text="<Another< invalid string<"; //should be invalid
$this->assertEquals(array(), $aclFormatter->expand($text));
}
/**
* test invalid input, open and close do not match
*
* @todo should there be an exception?
*/
public function testExpandAclNoMatching1()
{
$aclFormatter = new ACLFormatter();
$text="<Another<> invalid <string>"; //should be invalid
$this->assertEquals(array(), $aclFormatter->expand($text));
}
/**
* test invalid input, empty <>
*
* @todo should there be an exception? Or array(1, 3)
* (This should be array(1,3) - mike)
*/
public function testExpandAclEmptyMatch()
{
$aclFormatter = new ACLFormatter();
$text="<1><><3>";
$this->assertEquals(array('1', '3'), $aclFormatter->expand($text));
}
public function dataAclToString()
{
return [
'empty' => [
'input' => '',
'assert' => '',
],
'string' => [
'input' => '1,2,3,4',
'assert' => '<1><2><3><4>',
],
'array' => [
'input' => [1, 2, 3, 4],
'assert' => '<1><2><3><4>',
],
'invalid' => [
'input' => [1, 'a', 3, 4],
'assert' => '<1><3><4>',
],
'invalidString' => [
'input' => 'a,bsd23,4',
'assert' => '<4>',
],
];
}
/**
* @dataProvider dataAclToString
*/
public function testAclToString($input, string $assert)
{
$aclFormatter = new ACLFormatter();
$this->assertEquals($assert, $aclFormatter->aclToString($input));
}
}