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extern crate toml;
use toml::Value;
macro_rules! bad {
($s:expr, $msg:expr) => ({
match $s.parse::<Value>() {
Ok(s) => panic!("successfully parsed as {}", s),
Err(e) => {
let e = e.to_string();
assert!(e.contains($msg), "error: {}", e);
}
}
})
}
#[test]
fn crlf() {
"\
[project]\r\n\
\r\n\
name = \"splay\"\r\n\
version = \"0.1.0\"\r\n\
authors = [\"alex@crichton.co\"]\r\n\
\r\n\
[[lib]]\r\n\
\r\n\
path = \"lib.rs\"\r\n\
name = \"splay\"\r\n\
description = \"\"\"\
A Rust implementation of a TAR file reader and writer. This library does not\r\n\
currently handle compression, but it is abstract over all I/O readers and\r\n\
writers. Additionally, great lengths are taken to ensure that the entire\r\n\
contents are never required to be entirely resident in memory all at once.\r\n\
\"\"\"\
".parse::<Value>().unwrap();
}
#[test]
fn fun_with_strings() {
let table = r#"
bar = "\U00000000"
key1 = "One\nTwo"
key2 = """One\nTwo"""
key3 = """
One
Two"""
key4 = "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog."
key5 = """
The quick brown \
fox jumps over \
the lazy dog."""
key6 = """\
The quick brown \
fox jumps over \
the lazy dog.\
"""
# What you see is what you get.
winpath = 'C:\Users\nodejs\templates'
winpath2 = '\\ServerX\admin$\system32\'
quoted = 'Tom "Dubs" Preston-Werner'
regex = '<\i\c*\s*>'
regex2 = '''I [dw]on't need \d{2} apples'''
lines = '''
The first newline is
trimmed in raw strings.
All other whitespace
is preserved.
'''
"#.parse::<Value>().unwrap();
assert_eq!(table["bar"].as_str(), Some("\0"));
assert_eq!(table["key1"].as_str(), Some("One\nTwo"));
assert_eq!(table["key2"].as_str(), Some("One\nTwo"));
assert_eq!(table["key3"].as_str(), Some("One\nTwo"));
let msg = "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.";
assert_eq!(table["key4"].as_str(), Some(msg));
assert_eq!(table["key5"].as_str(), Some(msg));
assert_eq!(table["key6"].as_str(), Some(msg));
assert_eq!(table["winpath"].as_str(), Some(r"C:\Users\nodejs\templates"));
assert_eq!(table["winpath2"].as_str(), Some(r"\\ServerX\admin$\system32\"));
assert_eq!(table["quoted"].as_str(), Some(r#"Tom "Dubs" Preston-Werner"#));
assert_eq!(table["regex"].as_str(), Some(r"<\i\c*\s*>"));
assert_eq!(table["regex2"].as_str(), Some(r"I [dw]on't need \d{2} apples"));
assert_eq!(table["lines"].as_str(),
Some("The first newline is\n\
trimmed in raw strings.\n\
All other whitespace\n\
is preserved.\n"));
}
#[test]
fn tables_in_arrays() {
let table = r#"
[[foo]]
#…
[foo.bar]
#…
[[foo]] # ...
#…
[foo.bar]
#...
"#.parse::<Value>().unwrap();
table["foo"][0]["bar"].as_table().unwrap();
table["foo"][1]["bar"].as_table().unwrap();
}
#[test]
fn empty_table() {
let table = r#"
[foo]"#.parse::<Value>().unwrap();
table["foo"].as_table().unwrap();
}
#[test]
fn fruit() {
let table = r#"
[[fruit]]
name = "apple"
[fruit.physical]
color = "red"
shape = "round"
[[fruit.variety]]
name = "red delicious"
[[fruit.variety]]
name = "granny smith"
[[fruit]]
name = "banana"
[[fruit.variety]]
name = "plantain"
"#.parse::<Value>().unwrap();
assert_eq!(table["fruit"][0]["name"].as_str(), Some("apple"));
assert_eq!(table["fruit"][0]["physical"]["color"].as_str(), Some("red"));
assert_eq!(table["fruit"][0]["physical"]["shape"].as_str(), Some("round"));
assert_eq!(table["fruit"][0]["variety"][0]["name"].as_str(), Some("red delicious"));
assert_eq!(table["fruit"][0]["variety"][1]["name"].as_str(), Some("granny smith"));
assert_eq!(table["fruit"][1]["name"].as_str(), Some("banana"));
assert_eq!(table["fruit"][1]["variety"][0]["name"].as_str(), Some("plantain"));
}
#[test]
fn stray_cr() {
"\r".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = [ \r ]".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = \"\"\"\r\"\"\"".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = \"\"\"\\ \r \"\"\"".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = '''\r'''".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = '\r'".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = \"\r\"".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
}
#[test]
fn blank_literal_string() {
let table = "foo = ''".parse::<Value>().unwrap();
assert_eq!(table["foo"].as_str(), Some(""));
}
#[test]
fn many_blank() {
let table = "foo = \"\"\"\n\n\n\"\"\"".parse::<Value>().unwrap();
assert_eq!(table["foo"].as_str(), Some("\n\n"));
}
#[test]
fn literal_eats_crlf() {
let table = "
foo = \"\"\"\\\r\n\"\"\"
bar = \"\"\"\\\r\n \r\n \r\n a\"\"\"
".parse::<Value>().unwrap();
assert_eq!(table["foo"].as_str(), Some(""));
assert_eq!(table["bar"].as_str(), Some("a"));
}
#[test]
fn string_no_newline() {
"a = \"\n\"".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = '\n'".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
}
#[test]
fn bad_leading_zeros() {
"a = 00".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = -00".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = +00".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = 00.0".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = -00.0".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = +00.0".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = 9223372036854775808".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = -9223372036854775809".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
}
#[test]
fn bad_floats() {
"a = 0.".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = 0.e".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = 0.E".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = 0.0E".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = 0.0e".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = 0.0e-".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = 0.0e+".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = 0.0e+00".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
}
#[test]
fn floats() {
macro_rules! t {
($actual:expr, $expected:expr) => ({
let f = format!("foo = {}", $actual);
println!("{}", f);
let a = f.parse::<Value>().unwrap();
assert_eq!(a["foo"].as_float().unwrap(), $expected);
})
}
t!("1.0", 1.0);
t!("1.0e0", 1.0);
t!("1.0e+0", 1.0);
t!("1.0e-0", 1.0);
t!("1.001e-0", 1.001);
t!("2e10", 2e10);
t!("2e+10", 2e10);
t!("2e-10", 2e-10);
t!("2_0.0", 20.0);
t!("2_0.0_0e1_0", 20.0e10);
t!("2_0.1_0e1_0", 20.1e10);
}
#[test]
fn bare_key_names() {
let a = "
foo = 3
foo_3 = 3
foo_-2--3--r23f--4-f2-4 = 3
_ = 3
- = 3
8 = 8
\"a\" = 3
\"!\" = 3
\"a^b\" = 3
\"\\\"\" = 3
\"character encoding\" = \"value\"
'ʎǝʞ' = \"value\"
".parse::<Value>().unwrap();
&a["foo"];
&a["-"];
&a["_"];
&a["8"];
&a["foo_3"];
&a["foo_-2--3--r23f--4-f2-4"];
&a["a"];
&a["!"];
&a["\""];
&a["character encoding"];
&a["ʎǝʞ"];
}
#[test]
fn bad_keys() {
"key\n=3".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"key=\n3".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"key|=3".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"\"\"=3".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"=3".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"\"\"|=3".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"\"\n\"|=3".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"\"\r\"|=3".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
}
#[test]
fn bad_table_names() {
"[]".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"[.]".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"[\"\".\"\"]".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"[a.]".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"[\"\"]".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"[!]".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"[\"\n\"]".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"[a.b]\n[a.\"b\"]".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"[']".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"[''']".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"['''''']".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"['\n']".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"['\r\n']".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
}
#[test]
fn table_names() {
let a = "
[a.\"b\"]
[\"f f\"]
[\"f.f\"]
[\"\\\"\"]
['a.a']
['\"\"']
".parse::<Value>().unwrap();
println!("{:?}", a);
&a["a"]["b"];
&a["f f"];
&a["f.f"];
&a["\""];
&a["\"\""];
}
#[test]
fn invalid_bare_numeral() {
"4".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
}
#[test]
fn inline_tables() {
"a = {}".parse::<Value>().unwrap();
"a = {b=1}".parse::<Value>().unwrap();
"a = { b = 1 }".parse::<Value>().unwrap();
"a = {a=1,b=2}".parse::<Value>().unwrap();
"a = {a=1,b=2,c={}}".parse::<Value>().unwrap();
"a = {a=1,}".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = {,}".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = {a=1,a=1}".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = {\n}".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = {".parse::<Value>().unwrap_err();
"a = {a=[\n]}".parse::<Value>().unwrap();
"a = {\"a\"=[\n]}".parse::<Value>().unwrap();
"a = [\n{},\n{},\n]".parse::<Value>().unwrap();
}
#[test]
fn number_underscores() {
macro_rules! t {
($actual:expr, $expected:expr) => ({
let f = format!("foo = {}", $actual);
let table = f.parse::<Value>().unwrap();
assert_eq!(table["foo"].as_integer().unwrap(), $expected);
})
}
t!("1_0", 10);
t!("1_0_0", 100);
t!("1_000", 1000);
t!("+1_000", 1000);
t!("-1_000", -1000);
}
#[test]
fn bad_underscores() {
bad!("foo = 0_", "invalid number");
bad!("foo = 0__0", "invalid number");
bad!("foo = __0", "invalid number");
bad!("foo = 1_0_", "invalid number");
}
#[test]
fn bad_unicode_codepoint() {
bad!("foo = \"\\uD800\"", "invalid escape value");
}
#[test]
fn bad_strings() {
bad!("foo = \"\\uxx\"", "invalid hex escape");
bad!("foo = \"\\u\"", "invalid hex escape");
bad!("foo = \"\\", "unterminated");
bad!("foo = '", "unterminated");
}
#[test]
fn empty_string() {
assert_eq!("foo = \"\"".parse::<Value>()
.unwrap()["foo"]
.as_str()
.unwrap(),
"");
}
#[test]
fn booleans() {
let table = "foo = true".parse::<Value>().unwrap();
assert_eq!(table["foo"].as_bool(), Some(true));
let table = "foo = false".parse::<Value>().unwrap();
assert_eq!(table["foo"].as_bool(), Some(false));
assert!("foo = true2".parse::<Value>().is_err());
assert!("foo = false2".parse::<Value>().is_err());
assert!("foo = t1".parse::<Value>().is_err());
assert!("foo = f2".parse::<Value>().is_err());
}
#[test]
fn bad_nesting() {
bad!("
a = [2]
[[a]]
b = 5
", "duplicate key: `a`");
bad!("
a = 1
[a.b]
", "duplicate key: `a`");
bad!("
a = []
[a.b]
", "duplicate key: `a`");
bad!("
a = []
[[a.b]]
", "duplicate key: `a`");
bad!("
[a]
b = { c = 2, d = {} }
[a.b]
c = 2
", "duplicate key: `b`");
}
#[test]
fn bad_table_redefine() {
bad!("
[a]
foo=\"bar\"
[a.b]
foo=\"bar\"
[a]
", "redefinition of table `a`");
bad!("
[a]
foo=\"bar\"
b = { foo = \"bar\" }
[a]
", "redefinition of table `a`");
bad!("
[a]
b = {}
[a.b]
", "duplicate key: `b`");
bad!("
[a]
b = {}
[a]
", "redefinition of table `a`");
}
#[test]
fn datetimes() {
macro_rules! t {
($actual:expr) => ({
let f = format!("foo = {}", $actual);
let toml = f.parse::<Value>().expect(&format!("failed: {}", f));
assert_eq!(toml["foo"].as_datetime().unwrap().to_string(), $actual);
})
}
t!("2016-09-09T09:09:09Z");
t!("2016-09-09T09:09:09.1Z");
t!("2016-09-09T09:09:09.2+10:00");
t!("2016-09-09T09:09:09.123456789-02:00");
bad!("foo = 2016-09-09T09:09:09.Z", "failed to parse date");
bad!("foo = 2016-9-09T09:09:09Z", "failed to parse date");
bad!("foo = 2016-09-09T09:09:09+2:00", "failed to parse date");
bad!("foo = 2016-09-09T09:09:09-2:00", "failed to parse date");
bad!("foo = 2016-09-09T09:09:09Z-2:00", "failed to parse date");
}
#[test]
fn require_newline_after_value() {
bad!("0=0r=false", "invalid number at line 1");
bad!(r#"
0=""o=""m=""r=""00="0"q="""0"""e="""0"""
"#, "expected newline");
bad!(r#"
[[0000l0]]
0="0"[[0000l0]]
0="0"[[0000l0]]
0="0"l="0"
"#, "expected newline");
bad!(r#"
0=[0]00=[0,0,0]t=["0","0","0"]s=[1000-00-00T00:00:00Z,2000-00-00T00:00:00Z]
"#, "expected newline");
bad!(r#"
0=0r0=0r=false
"#, "invalid number at line 2");
bad!(r#"
0=0r0=0r=falsefal=false
"#, "invalid number at line 2");
}