"git-add -n -u" should not add but just report
[git/git.git] / t / t2200-add-update.sh
1 #!/bin/sh
2
3 test_description='git add -u
4
5 This test creates a working tree state with three files:
6
7 top (previously committed, modified)
8 dir/sub (previously committed, modified)
9 dir/other (untracked)
10
11 and issues a git add -u with path limiting on "dir" to add
12 only the updates to dir/sub.
13
14 Also tested are "git add -u" without limiting, and "git add -u"
15 without contents changes.'
16
17 . ./test-lib.sh
18
19 test_expect_success setup '
20 echo initial >check &&
21 echo initial >top &&
22 echo initial >foo &&
23 mkdir dir1 dir2 &&
24 echo initial >dir1/sub1 &&
25 echo initial >dir1/sub2 &&
26 echo initial >dir2/sub3 &&
27 git add check dir1 dir2 top foo &&
28 test_tick
29 git-commit -m initial &&
30
31 echo changed >check &&
32 echo changed >top &&
33 echo changed >dir2/sub3 &&
34 rm -f dir1/sub1 &&
35 echo other >dir2/other
36 '
37
38 test_expect_success update '
39 git add -u dir1 dir2
40 '
41
42 test_expect_success 'update noticed a removal' '
43 test "$(git-ls-files dir1/sub1)" = ""
44 '
45
46 test_expect_success 'update touched correct path' '
47 test "$(git-diff-files --name-status dir2/sub3)" = ""
48 '
49
50 test_expect_success 'update did not touch other tracked files' '
51 test "$(git-diff-files --name-status check)" = "M check" &&
52 test "$(git-diff-files --name-status top)" = "M top"
53 '
54
55 test_expect_success 'update did not touch untracked files' '
56 test "$(git-ls-files dir2/other)" = ""
57 '
58
59 test_expect_success 'cache tree has not been corrupted' '
60
61 git ls-files -s |
62 sed -e "s/ 0 / /" >expect &&
63 git ls-tree -r $(git write-tree) |
64 sed -e "s/ blob / /" >current &&
65 test_cmp expect current
66
67 '
68
69 test_expect_success 'update from a subdirectory' '
70 (
71 cd dir1 &&
72 echo more >sub2 &&
73 git add -u sub2
74 )
75 '
76
77 test_expect_success 'change gets noticed' '
78
79 test "$(git diff-files --name-status dir1)" = ""
80
81 '
82
83 test_expect_success 'replace a file with a symlink' '
84
85 rm foo &&
86 ln -s top foo &&
87 git add -u -- foo
88
89 '
90
91 test_expect_success 'add everything changed' '
92
93 git add -u &&
94 test -z "$(git diff-files)"
95
96 '
97
98 test_expect_success 'touch and then add -u' '
99
100 touch check &&
101 git add -u &&
102 test -z "$(git diff-files)"
103
104 '
105
106 test_expect_success 'touch and then add explicitly' '
107
108 touch check &&
109 git add check &&
110 test -z "$(git diff-files)"
111
112 '
113
114 test_expect_success 'add -n -u should not add but just report' '
115
116 (
117 echo "add '\''check'\''" &&
118 echo "remove '\''top'\''"
119 ) >expect &&
120 before=$(git ls-files -s check top) &&
121 echo changed >>check &&
122 rm -f top &&
123 git add -n -u >actual &&
124 after=$(git ls-files -s check top) &&
125
126 test "$before" = "$after" &&
127 test_cmp expect actual
128
129 '
130
131 test_done