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[ -d .git/refs/tags ] || mkdir -p .git/refs/tags
 
sed_script="";
 
# Answer the sha1 has associated with the tag. The tag must exist in .git or .git/refs/tags
tag()
{
	_tag=$1
	[ -f .git/refs/tags/$_tag ] || error "tag: \"$_tag\" does not exist"
	cat .git/refs/tags/$_tag
}
 
# Generate a commit using the text specified to make it unique and the tree
# named by the tag specified.
unique_commit()
{
	_text=$1
        _tree=$2
	shift 2
    	echo $_text | git-commit-tree $(tag $_tree) "$@"
}
 
# Save the output of a command into the tag specified. Prepend
# a substitution script for the tag onto the front of $sed_script
save_tag()
{
	_tag=$1	
	[ -n "$_tag" ] || error "usage: save_tag tag commit-args ..."
	shift 1
    	"$@" >.git/refs/tags/$_tag
 
       sed_script="s/$(tag $_tag)/$_tag/g
$sed_script"
}
 
# Replace unhelpful sha1 hashses with their symbolic equivalents 
entag()
{
	sed "$sed_script"
}
 
# Execute a command after first saving, then setting the GIT_AUTHOR_EMAIL
# tag to a specified value. Restore the original value on return.
as_author()
{
	_author=$1
	shift 1
        _save=$GIT_AUTHOR_EMAIL
 
	export GIT_AUTHOR_EMAIL="$_author"
	"$@"
        export GIT_AUTHOR_EMAIL="$_save"
}
 
commit_date()
{
        _commit=$1
	git-cat-file commit $_commit | sed -n "s/^committer .*> \([0-9]*\) .*/\1/p" 
}
 
on_committer_date()
{
    _date=$1
    shift 1
    GIT_COMMITTER_DATE=$_date "$@"
}
 
# Execute a command and suppress any error output.
hide_error()
{
	"$@" 2>/dev/null
}
 
check_output()
{
	_name=$1
	shift 1
	if eval "$*" | entag > $_name.actual
	then
		diff $_name.expected $_name.actual
	else
		return 1;
	fi
}
 
# Turn a reasonable test description into a reasonable test name.
# All alphanums translated into -'s which are then compressed and stripped
# from front and back.
name_from_description()
{
        tr "'" '-' | tr '~`!@#$%^&*()_+={}[]|\;:"<>,/? ' '-' | tr -s '-' | tr '[A-Z]' '[a-z]' | sed "s/^-*//;s/-*\$//"
}
 
 
# Execute the test described by the first argument, by eval'ing
# command line specified in the 2nd argument. Check the status code
# is zero and that the output matches the stream read from 
# stdin.
test_output_expect_success()
{	
	_description=$1
        _test=$2
        [ $# -eq 2 ] || error "usage: test_output_expect_success description test <<EOF ... EOF"
        _name=$(echo $_description | name_from_description)
	cat > $_name.expected
	test_expect_success "$_description" "check_output $_name \"$_test\"" 
}