% Copyright (C) 2002-2005 David Roundy % % This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify % it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by % the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option) % any later version. % % This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, % but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of % MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the % GNU General Public License for more details. % % You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License % along with this program; see the file COPYING. If not, write to % the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, % Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA. \begin{code}
module Darcs.Test ( get_test,
run_posthook, run_prehook )
where
import Darcs.RepoPath ( AbsolutePath )
import Darcs.Utils ( withCurrentDirectory )
import System.Exit ( ExitCode(..) )
import System.Cmd ( system )

import Darcs.Arguments ( DarcsFlag( Quiet,
getPosthookCmd, getPrehookCmd )
import Darcs.Repository.Prefs ( getPrefval )
import System.IO ( hPutStrLn, stderr )

\end{code} If you like, you can configure your repository to be able to run a test suite of some sort. You can do this by using setpref'' to set the test'' value to be a command to run, e.g. \begin{verbatim} % darcs setpref test "sh configure && make && make test" \end{verbatim} Or, if you want to define a test specific to one copy of the repository, you could do this by editing the file \verb!_darcs/prefs/prefs!. \begin{options} --leave-test-directory, --remove-test-directory \end{options} Normally darcs deletes the directory in which the test was run afterwards. Sometimes (especially when the test fails) you'd prefer to be able to be able to examine the test directory after the test is run. You can do this by specifying the \verb!--leave-test-directory! flag. Alas, there is no way to make darcs leave the test directory only if the test fails. The opposite of \verb!--leave-test-directory! is \verb!--remove-test-directory!, which could come in handy if you choose to make \verb!--leave-test-directory! the default (see section~\ref{defaults}). \begin{code}
get_test :: [DarcsFlag] -> IO (IO ExitCode)
get_test opts =
let putInfo s = when (not $Quiet elem opts)$ putStr s
in do
testline <- getPrefval "test"
return $case testline of Nothing -> return ExitSuccess Just testcode -> do putInfo "Running test...\n" ec <- system testcode if ec == ExitSuccess then putInfo "Test ran successfully.\n" else putInfo "Test failed!\n" return ec run_posthook :: [DarcsFlag] -> AbsolutePath -> IO ExitCode run_posthook opts repodir = do ph <- get_posthook opts withCurrentDirectory repodir$ run_hook opts "Posthook" ph

get_posthook :: [DarcsFlag] -> IO (Maybe String)
get_posthook opts = case getPosthookCmd opts of
Nothing -> return Nothing
Just command ->
if AskPosthook elem opts
then do putStr ("\nThe following command is set to execute.\n"++
"Execute the following command now (yes or no)?\n"++
command++"\n")
case yorn of ('y':_) -> return $Just command _ -> do putStrLn "Posthook cancelled..." return Nothing else return$ Just command
withCurrentDirectory repodir $run_hook opts "Prehook" ph get_prehook :: [DarcsFlag] -> IO (Maybe String) get_prehook opts = case getPrehookCmd opts of Nothing -> return Nothing Just command -> if AskPrehook elem opts then do putStr ("\nThe following command is set to execute.\n"++ "Execute the following command now (yes or no)?\n"++ command++"\n") yorn <- askUser "" case yorn of ('y':_) -> return$ Just command
else return $Just command run_hook :: [DarcsFlag] -> String -> Maybe String -> IO ExitCode run_hook _ _ Nothing = return ExitSuccess run_hook opts cname (Just command) = do ec <- system command when (Quiet notElem opts)$
then putStrLn $cname++" ran successfully." else hPutStrLn stderr$ cname++" failed!"