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The host sort on many distros behaves stupidly, and sorts stuff in non-ascii order by default. Make it stop.
author Rob Landley <rob@landley.net>
date Mon, 29 Apr 2013 16:00:40 -0500
parents 0eed77046b51
children d90840f337ea
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#!/bin/bash

[ -f testing.sh ] && . testing.sh

#testing "name" "command" "result" "infile" "stdin"

testing "mkdir" "mkdir one && [ -d one ] && echo yes" "yes\n" "" ""
rmdir one

touch existing
testing "mkdir existing" \
	"mkdir existing 2> /dev/null || [ -f existing ] && echo yes" "yes\n" "" ""
rm existing

testing "mkdir one two" \
	"mkdir one two && [ -d one ] && [ -d two ] && echo yes" "yes\n" "" ""
rmdir one two

testing "mkdir missing/one" \
	"mkdir missing/one 2> /dev/null || [ ! -d missing ] && echo yes" "yes\n" "" ""

testing "mkdir -p" \
	"mkdir -p one/two/three && [ -d one/two/three ] && echo yes" "yes\n" "" ""
rm -rf one

mkdir existing
testing "mkdir -p existing" "mkdir -p existing && echo yes" "yes\n" "" ""
rmdir existing

umask 123
testing "mkdir (default permissions)" \
	"mkdir one && stat -c %a one" "654\n" "" ""
rmdir one

umask 000

testing "mkdir -m 124" \
	"mkdir -m 124 one && stat -c %a one" "124\n" "" ""
rmdir one

testing "mkdir -p -m 653" \
	"mkdir -p -m 653 one/two && stat -c %a one && stat -c %a one/two" \
	"777\n653\n" "" ""
rm -rf one