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#!/bin/sh
 
test_description='interpreting exotic branch name arguments
 
Branch name arguments are usually names which are taken to be inside of
refs/heads/, but we interpret some magic syntax like @{-1}, @{upstream}, etc.
This script aims to check the behavior of those corner cases.
'
. ./test-lib.sh
 
expect_branch() {
	git log -1 --format=%s "$1" >actual &&
	echo "$2" >expect &&
	test_cmp expect actual
}
 
expect_deleted() {
	test_must_fail git rev-parse --verify "$1"
}
 
test_expect_success 'set up repo' '
	test_commit one &&
	test_commit two &&
	git remote add origin foo.git
'
 
test_expect_success 'update branch via @{-1}' '
	git branch previous one &&
 
	git checkout previous &&
	git checkout master &&
 
	git branch -f @{-1} two &&
	expect_branch previous two
'
 
test_expect_success 'update branch via local @{upstream}' '
	git branch local one &&
	git branch --set-upstream-to=local &&
 
	git branch -f @{upstream} two &&
	expect_branch local two
'
 
test_expect_success 'disallow updating branch via remote @{upstream}' '
	git update-ref refs/remotes/origin/remote one &&
	git branch --set-upstream-to=origin/remote &&
 
	test_must_fail git branch -f @{upstream} two
'
 
test_expect_success 'create branch with pseudo-qualified name' '
	git branch refs/heads/qualified two &&
	expect_branch refs/heads/refs/heads/qualified two
'
 
test_expect_success 'delete branch via @{-1}' '
	git branch previous-del &&
 
	git checkout previous-del &&
	git checkout master &&
 
	git branch -D @{-1} &&
	expect_deleted previous-del
'
 
test_expect_success 'delete branch via local @{upstream}' '
	git branch local-del &&
	git branch --set-upstream-to=local-del &&
 
	git branch -D @{upstream} &&
	expect_deleted local-del
'
 
test_expect_success 'delete branch via remote @{upstream}' '
	git update-ref refs/remotes/origin/remote-del two &&
	git branch --set-upstream-to=origin/remote-del &&
 
	git branch -r -D @{upstream} &&
	expect_deleted origin/remote-del
'
 
# Note that we create two oddly named local branches here. We want to make
# sure that we do not accidentally delete either of them, even if
# shorten_unambiguous_ref() tweaks the name to avoid ambiguity.
test_expect_success 'delete @{upstream} expansion matches -r option' '
	git update-ref refs/remotes/origin/remote-del two &&
	git branch --set-upstream-to=origin/remote-del &&
	git update-ref refs/heads/origin/remote-del two &&
	git update-ref refs/heads/remotes/origin/remote-del two &&
 
	test_must_fail git branch -D @{upstream} &&
	expect_branch refs/heads/origin/remote-del two &&
	expect_branch refs/heads/remotes/origin/remote-del two
'
 
test_expect_success 'disallow deleting remote branch via @{-1}' '
	git update-ref refs/remotes/origin/previous one &&
 
	git checkout -b origin/previous two &&
	git checkout master &&
 
	test_must_fail git branch -r -D @{-1} &&
	expect_branch refs/remotes/origin/previous one &&
	expect_branch refs/heads/origin/previous two
'
 
# The thing we are testing here is that "@" is the real branch refs/heads/@,
# and not refs/heads/HEAD. These tests should not imply that refs/heads/@ is a
# sane thing, but it _is_ technically allowed for now. If we disallow it, these
# can be switched to test_must_fail.
test_expect_success 'create branch named "@"' '
	git branch -f @ one &&
	expect_branch refs/heads/@ one
'
 
test_expect_success 'delete branch named "@"' '
	git update-ref refs/heads/@ two &&
	git branch -D @ &&
	expect_deleted refs/heads/@
'
 
test_done