view tests/du.test @ 1650:a740a876c76c draft

Cleanup pass on printf. Alas, passing a union as the last argument to printf does not appear to work reliably, and there's no obvious way to manually assemble varargs in a portable manner. So I have to repeat the printf once for each data type. Oh well.
author Rob Landley <rob@landley.net>
date Sun, 11 Jan 2015 01:22:36 -0600
parents a016421051e4
children
line wrap: on
line source

#!/bin/bash

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

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

# we only test with -k since getting POSIX version is variable
# POSIXLY_CORRECT is sometimes needed, sometimes -P is needed,
# while -k is the default on most Linux systems

mkdir -p du_test/test du_2/foo
testing "du (no options)" "du -k du_test" "4\tdu_test/test\n8\tdu_test\n" "" ""
testing "du -s" "du -k -s du_test" "8\tdu_test\n" "" ""
ln -s ../du_2 du_test/xyz
# "du shall count the size of the symbolic link"
# The tests assume that like for most POSIX systems symbolic
# links are stored directly in the inode so that the
# allocated file space is zero.
testing "du counts symlinks without following" "du -ks du_test" "8\tdu_test\n" "" ""
testing "du -L follows symlinks" "du -ksL du_test" "16\tdu_test\n" "" ""
ln -s . du_test/up
testing "du -L avoid endless loop" "du -ksL du_test" "16\tdu_test\n" "" ""
rm du_test/up
# if -H and -L are specified, the last takes priority
testing "du -HL follows symlinks" "du -ksHL du_test" "16\tdu_test\n" "" ""
testing "du -H does not follow unspecified symlinks" "du -ksH du_test" "8\tdu_test\n" "" ""
testing "du -LH does not follow unspecified symlinks" "du -ksLH du_test" "8\tdu_test\n" "" ""
testing "du -H follows specified symlinks" "du -ksH du_test/xyz" "8\tdu_test/xyz\n" "" ""

rm -rf du_test du_2