tests: fix spurious error when run directly with Solaris /usr/xpg4/bin/sh
[git/git.git] / t / t5512-ls-remote.sh
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1#!/bin/sh
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3test_description='git ls-remote'
4
5. ./test-lib.sh
6
7test_expect_success setup '
8
9 >file &&
10 git add file &&
11 test_tick &&
12 git commit -m initial &&
13 git tag mark &&
14 git show-ref --tags -d | sed -e "s/ / /" >expected.tag &&
15 (
16 echo "$(git rev-parse HEAD) HEAD"
17 git show-ref -d | sed -e "s/ / /"
18 ) >expected.all &&
19
f69e836f 20 git remote add self "$(pwd)/.git"
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22'
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24test_expect_success 'ls-remote --tags .git' '
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26 git ls-remote --tags .git >actual &&
82ebb0b6 27 test_cmp expected.tag actual
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29'
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31test_expect_success 'ls-remote .git' '
32
33 git ls-remote .git >actual &&
82ebb0b6 34 test_cmp expected.all actual
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36'
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38test_expect_success 'ls-remote --tags self' '
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40 git ls-remote --tags self >actual &&
82ebb0b6 41 test_cmp expected.tag actual
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43'
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45test_expect_success 'ls-remote self' '
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47 git ls-remote self >actual &&
82ebb0b6 48 test_cmp expected.all actual
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50'
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52test_expect_success 'dies when no remote specified and no default remotes found' '
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54 test_must_fail git ls-remote
55
56'
57
58test_expect_success 'use "origin" when no remote specified' '
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60 URL="$(pwd)/.git" &&
61 echo "From $URL" >exp_err &&
62
63 git remote add origin "$URL" &&
64 git ls-remote 2>actual_err >actual &&
65
66 test_cmp exp_err actual_err &&
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67 test_cmp expected.all actual
68
69'
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71test_expect_success 'suppress "From <url>" with -q' '
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73 git ls-remote -q 2>actual_err &&
74 test_must_fail test_cmp exp_err actual_err
75
76'
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78test_expect_success 'use branch.<name>.remote if possible' '
79
80 #
81 # Test that we are indeed using branch.<name>.remote, not "origin", even
82 # though the "origin" remote has been set.
83 #
84
85 # setup a new remote to differentiate from "origin"
86 git clone . other.git &&
87 (
88 cd other.git &&
89 echo "$(git rev-parse HEAD) HEAD"
90 git show-ref | sed -e "s/ / /"
91 ) >exp &&
92
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93 URL="other.git" &&
94 echo "From $URL" >exp_err &&
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96 git remote add other $URL &&
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97 git config branch.master.remote other &&
98
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99 git ls-remote 2>actual_err >actual &&
100 test_cmp exp_err actual_err &&
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101 test_cmp exp actual
102
103'
104
105cat >exp <<EOF
106fatal: 'refs*master' does not appear to be a git repository
107fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly
108EOF
109test_expect_success 'confuses pattern as remote when no remote specified' '
110 #
111 # Do not expect "git ls-remote <pattern>" to work; ls-remote, correctly,
112 # confuses <pattern> for <remote>. Although ugly, this behaviour is akin
113 # to the confusion of refspecs for remotes by git-fetch and git-push,
114 # eg:
115 #
116 # $ git fetch branch
117 #
118
119 # We could just as easily have used "master"; the "*" emphasizes its
120 # role as a pattern.
121 test_must_fail git ls-remote refs*master >actual 2>&1 &&
122 test_cmp exp actual
123
124'
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126test_expect_success 'die with non-2 for wrong repository even with --exit-code' '
127 git ls-remote --exit-code ./no-such-repository ;# not &&
128 status=$? &&
129 test $status != 2 && test $status != 0
130'
131
132test_expect_success 'Report success even when nothing matches' '
133 git ls-remote other.git "refs/nsn/*" >actual &&
134 >expect &&
135 test_cmp expect actual
136'
137
138test_expect_success 'Report no-match with --exit-code' '
139 test_expect_code 2 git ls-remote --exit-code other.git "refs/nsn/*" >actual &&
140 >expect &&
141 test_cmp expect actual
142'
143
144test_expect_success 'Report match with --exit-code' '
145 git ls-remote --exit-code other.git "refs/tags/*" >actual &&
146 git ls-remote . tags/mark >expect &&
147 test_cmp expect actual
148'
149
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