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27
28#include "talk/base/gunit.h"
29#include "talk/base/stringutils.h"
30#include "talk/base/common.h"
31
32namespace talk_base {
33
34// Tests for string_match().
35
36TEST(string_matchTest, Matches) {
37  EXPECT_TRUE( string_match("A.B.C.D", "a.b.c.d"));
38  EXPECT_TRUE( string_match("www.TEST.GOOGLE.COM", "www.*.com"));
39  EXPECT_TRUE( string_match("127.0.0.1",  "12*.0.*1"));
40  EXPECT_TRUE( string_match("127.1.0.21", "12*.0.*1"));
41  EXPECT_FALSE(string_match("127.0.0.0",  "12*.0.*1"));
42  EXPECT_FALSE(string_match("127.0.0.0",  "12*.0.*1"));
43  EXPECT_FALSE(string_match("127.1.1.21", "12*.0.*1"));
44}
45
46// It's not clear if we will ever use wchar_t strings on unix.  In theory,
47// all strings should be Utf8 all the time, except when interfacing with Win32
48// APIs that require Utf16.
49
50#ifdef WIN32
51
52// Tests for ascii_string_compare().
53
54// Tests NULL input.
55TEST(ascii_string_compareTest, NullInput) {
56  // The following results in an access violation in
57  // ascii_string_compare.  Is this a bug or by design?  stringutils.h
58  // should document the expected behavior in this case.
59
60  // EXPECT_EQ(0, ascii_string_compare(NULL, NULL, 1, identity));
61}
62
63// Tests comparing two strings of different lengths.
64TEST(ascii_string_compareTest, DifferentLengths) {
65  EXPECT_EQ(-1, ascii_string_compare(L"Test", "Test1", 5, identity));
66}
67
68// Tests the case where the buffer size is smaller than the string
69// lengths.
70TEST(ascii_string_compareTest, SmallBuffer) {
71  EXPECT_EQ(0, ascii_string_compare(L"Test", "Test1", 3, identity));
72}
73
74// Tests the case where the buffer is not full.
75TEST(ascii_string_compareTest, LargeBuffer) {
76  EXPECT_EQ(0, ascii_string_compare(L"Test", "Test", 10, identity));
77}
78
79// Tests comparing two eqaul strings.
80TEST(ascii_string_compareTest, Equal) {
81  EXPECT_EQ(0, ascii_string_compare(L"Test", "Test", 5, identity));
82  EXPECT_EQ(0, ascii_string_compare(L"TeSt", "tEsT", 5, tolowercase));
83}
84
85// Tests comparing a smller string to a larger one.
86TEST(ascii_string_compareTest, LessThan) {
87  EXPECT_EQ(-1, ascii_string_compare(L"abc", "abd", 4, identity));
88  EXPECT_EQ(-1, ascii_string_compare(L"ABC", "abD", 5, tolowercase));
89}
90
91// Tests comparing a larger string to a smaller one.
92TEST(ascii_string_compareTest, GreaterThan) {
93  EXPECT_EQ(1, ascii_string_compare(L"xyz", "xy", 5, identity));
94  EXPECT_EQ(1, ascii_string_compare(L"abc", "ABB", 5, tolowercase));
95}
96#endif  // WIN32
97
98TEST(string_trim_Test, Trimming) {
99  EXPECT_EQ("temp", string_trim("\n\r\t temp \n\r\t"));
100  EXPECT_EQ("temp\n\r\t temp", string_trim(" temp\n\r\t temp "));
101  EXPECT_EQ("temp temp", string_trim("temp temp"));
102  EXPECT_EQ("", string_trim(" \r\n\t"));
103  EXPECT_EQ("", string_trim(""));
104}
105
106TEST(string_startsTest, StartsWith) {
107  EXPECT_TRUE(starts_with("foobar", "foo"));
108  EXPECT_TRUE(starts_with("foobar", "foobar"));
109  EXPECT_TRUE(starts_with("foobar", ""));
110  EXPECT_TRUE(starts_with("", ""));
111  EXPECT_FALSE(starts_with("foobar", "bar"));
112  EXPECT_FALSE(starts_with("foobar", "foobarbaz"));
113  EXPECT_FALSE(starts_with("", "f"));
114}
115
116TEST(string_endsTest, EndsWith) {
117  EXPECT_TRUE(ends_with("foobar", "bar"));
118  EXPECT_TRUE(ends_with("foobar", "foobar"));
119  EXPECT_TRUE(ends_with("foobar", ""));
120  EXPECT_TRUE(ends_with("", ""));
121  EXPECT_FALSE(ends_with("foobar", "foo"));
122  EXPECT_FALSE(ends_with("foobar", "foobarbaz"));
123  EXPECT_FALSE(ends_with("", "f"));
124}
125
126} // namespace talk_base
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