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Subject cvs commit: jakarta-commons/digester/src/test/org/apache/commons/digester RegexRulesTestCase.java
Date Wed, 02 Apr 2003 19:04:58 GMT
rdonkin     2003/04/02 11:04:58

  Added:       digester/src/test/org/apache/commons/digester
                        RegexRulesTestCase.java
  Log:
  Added new Rule implementation based on a pluggable regex implementation. Also test case
and a simple regex matching implementation
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.1                  jakarta-commons/digester/src/test/org/apache/commons/digester/RegexRulesTestCase.java
  
  Index: RegexRulesTestCase.java
  ===================================================================
  /*
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1.1 2003/04/02 19:04:58 rdonkin Exp $
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   * $Date: 2003/04/02 19:04:58 $
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  package org.apache.commons.digester;
  
  import java.util.List;
  
  import junit.framework.Test;
  import junit.framework.TestCase;
  import junit.framework.TestSuite;
  
  import org.apache.commons.logging.impl.SimpleLog;
  
  /**
   * Test case for RegexRules
   *
   * @author Robert Burrell Donkin
   * @version $Revision: 1.1 $ $Date: 2003/04/02 19:04:58 $
   */
  
  public class RegexRulesTestCase extends TestCase {
      
      /** Base constructor */
      public RegexRulesTestCase(String name) {
          super(name);
      }
      
      /** Test regex that matches everything */
      public void testMatchAll() {
          // set up which should match every rule
          RegexRules rules = new RegexRules(
              new RegexMatcher() {
                  public boolean match(String pathPattern, String rulePattern) {
                      return true;
                  }
              });
          
          rules.add("/a/b/b", new TestRule("alpha"));
          rules.add("/a/d", new TestRule("beta"));
          rules.add("/b", new TestRule("gamma"));
          
          // now test a few patterns
          // check that all are return in the order which they were added
          List matches = rules.match("", "x/g/e");
          assertEquals("Wrong number of rules returned (1)", 3, matches.size());
          assertEquals("Rule Out Of Order (1)", "alpha", ((TestRule) matches.get(0)).getIdentifier());
          assertEquals("Rule Out Of Order (2)", "beta", ((TestRule) matches.get(1)).getIdentifier());
          assertEquals("Rule Out Of Order (3)", "gamma", ((TestRule) matches.get(2)).getIdentifier());
          
          matches = rules.match("", "/a");
          assertEquals("Wrong number of rules returned (2)", 3, matches.size());
          assertEquals("Rule Out Of Order (4)", "alpha", ((TestRule) matches.get(0)).getIdentifier());
          assertEquals("Rule Out Of Order (5)", "beta", ((TestRule) matches.get(1)).getIdentifier());
          assertEquals("Rule Out Of Order (6)", "gamma", ((TestRule) matches.get(2)).getIdentifier());
       
      }
      
      /** Test regex matcher that matches nothing */
      public void testMatchNothing() {
          // set up which should match every rule
          RegexRules rules = new RegexRules(
              new RegexMatcher() {
                  public boolean match(String pathPattern, String rulePattern) {
                      return false;
                  }
              });
          
          rules.add("/b/c/f", new TestRule("alpha"));
          rules.add("/c/f", new TestRule("beta"));
          rules.add("/b", new TestRule("gamma"));
          
          // now test a few patterns
          // check that all are return in the order which they were added
          List matches = rules.match("", "/b/c");
          assertEquals("Wrong number of rules returned (1)", 0, matches.size());
          
          matches = rules.match("", "/b/c/f");
          assertEquals("Wrong number of rules returned (2)", 0, matches.size());
      }
  
      /** Test a mixed regex - in other words, one that sometimes returns true and sometimes
false */
      public void testMatchMixed() {
          // set up which should match every rule
          RegexRules rules = new RegexRules(
              new RegexMatcher() {
                  public boolean match(String pathPattern, String rulePattern) {
                      return (rulePattern.equals("/match/me"));
                  }
              });
          
          rules.add("/match", new TestRule("alpha"));
          rules.add("/match/me", new TestRule("beta"));
          rules.add("/match", new TestRule("gamma"));
          
          // now test a few patterns
          // check that all are return in the order which they were added
          List matches = rules.match("", "/match");
          assertEquals("Wrong number of rules returned (1)", 1, matches.size());
          assertEquals("Wrong Rule (1)", "beta", ((TestRule) matches.get(0)).getIdentifier());
          
          matches = rules.match("", "/a/match");
          assertEquals("Wrong Rule (2)", "beta", ((TestRule) matches.get(0)).getIdentifier());
      }
          
      /** Test rules and clear methods */
      public void testClear() {
          // set up which should match every rule
          RegexRules rules = new RegexRules(
              new RegexMatcher() {
                  public boolean match(String pathPattern, String rulePattern) {
                      return true;
                  }
              });
          
          rules.add("/abba", new TestRule("alpha"));
          rules.add("/ad/ma", new TestRule("beta"));
          rules.add("/gamma", new TestRule("gamma"));
          
          // check that rules returns all rules in the order which they were added
          List matches = rules.rules();
          assertEquals("Wrong number of rules returned (1)", 3, matches.size());
          assertEquals("Rule Out Of Order (1)", "alpha", ((TestRule) matches.get(0)).getIdentifier());
          assertEquals("Rule Out Of Order (2)", "beta", ((TestRule) matches.get(1)).getIdentifier());
          assertEquals("Rule Out Of Order (3)", "gamma", ((TestRule) matches.get(2)).getIdentifier());
          
          matches = rules.match("", "/eggs");
          assertEquals("Wrong number of rules returned (2)", 3, matches.size());
          assertEquals("Rule Out Of Order (4)", "alpha", ((TestRule) matches.get(0)).getIdentifier());
          assertEquals("Rule Out Of Order (5)", "beta", ((TestRule) matches.get(1)).getIdentifier());
          assertEquals("Rule Out Of Order (6)", "gamma", ((TestRule) matches.get(2)).getIdentifier());
          
          rules.clear();
          matches = rules.rules();
          assertEquals("Wrong number of rules returned (3)", 0, matches.size());
          
          matches = rules.match("", "/eggs");
          assertEquals("Wrong number of rules returned (4)", 0, matches.size());
      }
      
      public void testSimpleRegexMatch() {
          
          SimpleRegexMatcher matcher = new SimpleRegexMatcher();
          
  //        SimpleLog log = new SimpleLog("{testSimpleRegexMatch:SimpleRegexMatcher]");
  //        log.setLevel(SimpleLog.LOG_LEVEL_TRACE);
          
          
          assertEquals(
                  "Simple Regex Match '/alpha/beta/gamma' to '/alpha/beta/gamma' ", 
                  true, 
                  matcher.match("/alpha/beta/gamma", "/alpha/beta/gamma"));
          assertEquals(
                  "Simple Regex Match '/alpha/beta/gamma' to '/alpha/beta/gamma/epsilon' ",

                  false, 
                  matcher.match("/alpha/beta/gamma", "/alpha/beta/gamma/epsilon"));
          assertEquals(
                  "Simple Regex Match '/alpha/beta/gamma' to '/alpha/*' ", 
                  true, 
                  matcher.match("/alpha/beta/gamma", "/alpha/*"));
          assertEquals(
                  "Simple Regex Match '/alpha/beta/gamma' to '/alpha/*/gamma' ", 
                  true, 
                  matcher.match("/alpha/beta/gamma", "/alpha/*/gamma"));
          assertEquals(
                  "Simple Regex Match '/alpha/beta/gamma' to '/alpha/*me' ", 
                  false, 
                  matcher.match("/alpha/beta/gamma", "/alpha/*me"));
          assertEquals(
                  "Simple Regex Match '/alpha/beta/gamma' to '*/beta/gamma' ", 
                  true, 
                  matcher.match("/alpha/beta/gamma", "*/beta/gamma"));
          assertEquals(
                  "Simple Regex Match '/alpha/beta/gamma' to '*/alpha/beta/gamma' ", 
                  true, 
                  matcher.match("/alpha/beta/gamma", "*/alpha/beta/gamma"));
          assertEquals(
                  "Simple Regex Match '/alpha/beta/gamma' to '*/bet/gamma' ", 
                  false, 
                  matcher.match("/alpha/beta/gamma", "*/bet/gamma"));
          assertEquals(
                  "Simple Regex Match '/alpha/beta/gamma' to 'alph?/beta/gamma' ", 
                  true, 
                  matcher.match("/alpha/beta/gamma", "/alph?/beta/gamma"));
          assertEquals(
                  "Simple Regex Match '/alpha/beta/gamma' to '/?lpha/beta/gamma' ", 
                  true, 
                  matcher.match("/alpha/beta/gamma", "/?lpha/beta/gamma"));
          assertEquals(
                  "Simple Regex Match '/alpha/beta/gamma' to '/alpha/?beta/gamma' ", 
                  false, 
                  matcher.match("/alpha/beta/gamma", "/alpha/?beta/gamma"));
          assertEquals(
                  "Simple Regex Match '/alpha/beta/gamma' to '/alpha/?eta/*' ", 
                  true, 
                  matcher.match("/alpha/beta/gamma", "/alpha/?eta/*"));
          assertEquals(
                  "Simple Regex Match '/alpha/beta/gamma' to '/alpha/?eta/*e' ", 
                  false, 
                  matcher.match("/alpha/beta/gamma", "/alpha/?eta/*e"));
          assertEquals(
                  "Simple Regex Match '/alpha/beta/gamma' to '*/?et?/?amma' ", 
                  true, 
                  matcher.match("/alpha/beta/gamma", "*/?et?/?amma"));
          assertEquals(
                  "Simple Regex Match '/alpha/beta/gamma/beta/epsilon/beta/gamma/epsilon'
to "
                  + " '*/beta/gamma/?p*n' ", 
                  true, 
                  matcher.match("/alpha/beta/gamma/beta/epsilon/beta/gamma/epsilon", "*/beta/gamma/?p*n"));
    
          assertEquals(
                  "Simple Regex Match '/alpha/beta/gamma/beta/epsilon/beta/gamma/epsilon'
to "
                  + " '*/beta/gamma/?p*no' ", 
                  false, 
                  matcher.match("/alpha/beta/gamma", "*/beta/gamma/?p*no"));  
      }
  }
  
  
  

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