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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# 
# Copyright (C) 2004-2009 Edgewall Software
# All rights reserved.
#
# This software is licensed as described in the file COPYING, which
# you should have received as part of this distribution. The terms
# are also available at http://trac.edgewall.org/wiki/TracLicense.
#
# This software consists of voluntary contributions made by many
# individuals. For the exact contribution history, see the revision
# history and logs, available at http://trac.edgewall.org/log/.
#
# Author: Tim Moloney <t.moloney@verizon.net>

import difflib
import os
import re
import sys
import unittest
from StringIO import StringIO

# IAdminCommandProvider implementations
import trac.admin.api
import trac.attachment
import trac.perm
import trac.ticket.admin
import trac.versioncontrol.admin
import trac.versioncontrol.api
import trac.versioncontrol.web_ui
import trac.wiki.admin

# IPermissionRequestor implementations (for 'permission' related tests)
import trac.about
import trac.admin.web_ui
import trac.config
import trac.ticket.api
import trac.ticket.report
import trac.ticket.roadmap
import trac.ticket.web_ui
import trac.search.web_ui
import trac.timeline.web_ui
import trac.wiki.web_ui

from trac.config import Configuration
from trac.env import Environment
from trac.admin import console, console_date_format
from trac.test import InMemoryDatabase
from trac.util.datefmt import format_date, get_date_format_hint
from trac.web.tests.session import _prep_session_table

STRIP_TRAILING_SPACE = re.compile(r'( +)$', re.MULTILINE)


def load_expected_results(file, pattern):
    """Reads the file, named file, which contains test results separated by the
    regular expression pattern.

    The test results are returned as a dictionary.
    """
    expected = {}
    compiled_pattern = re.compile(pattern)
    f = open(file, 'r')
    for line in f:
        line = line.rstrip().decode('utf-8')
        match = compiled_pattern.search(line)
        if match:
            test = match.groups()[0]
            expected[test] = ''
        else:
            expected[test] += line + '\n'
    f.close()
    return expected


class InMemoryConfiguration(Configuration):
    """A subclass of Configuration that doesn't save to disk."""
    def save(self):
        pass


class InMemoryEnvironment(Environment):
    """
    A subclass of Environment that keeps its DB in memory.
    """

    def get_read_db(self):
        return self.get_db_cnx()

    def get_db_cnx(self):
        if not hasattr(self, '_db'):
            self._db = InMemoryDatabase()
        return self._db

    def create(self, options=[]):
        self.setup_config()

    def verify(self):
        return True

    def setup_log(self):
        from trac.log import logger_factory
        self.log = logger_factory('null')

    def is_component_enabled(self, cls):
        return cls.__module__.startswith('trac.') and \
               cls.__module__.find('.tests.') == -1

    def setup_config(self):
        self.config = InMemoryConfiguration(None)
        self.setup_log()


class TracadminTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
    """
    Tests the output of trac-admin and is meant to be used with
    .../trac/tests.py.
    """

    expected_results = load_expected_results(
            os.path.join(os.path.split(__file__)[0], 'console-tests.txt'),
            '===== (test_[^ ]+) =====')

    def setUp(self):
        self.env = InMemoryEnvironment('', create=True)
        self.db = self.env.get_db_cnx()

        self._admin = console.TracAdmin()
        self._admin.env_set('', self.env)

        # Set test date to 11th Jan 2004
        self._test_date = '2004-01-11'

    def tearDown(self):
        self.env = None

    def _execute(self, cmd, strip_trailing_space=True):
        _err = sys.stderr
        _out = sys.stdout
        try:
            sys.stderr = sys.stdout = out = StringIO()
            setattr(out, 'encoding', 'utf-8') # fake output encoding
            retval = None
            try:
                retval = self._admin.onecmd(cmd)
            except SystemExit, e:
                pass
            value = out.getvalue()
            if isinstance(value, str): # reverse what print_listing did
                value = value.decode('utf-8')
            # DEBUG: uncomment in case of `AssertionError: 0 != 2` in tests
            #if retval != 0:
            #    print>>_err, value
            if strip_trailing_space:
                return retval, STRIP_TRAILING_SPACE.sub('', value)
            else:
                return retval, value
        finally:
            sys.stderr = _err
            sys.stdout = _out

    def assertEqual(self, expected_results, output):
        if not (isinstance(expected_results, basestring) and \
                isinstance(output, basestring)):
            return unittest.TestCase.assertEqual(self, expected_results, output)
        # Create a useful delta between the output and the expected output
        output_lines = ['%s\n' % x for x in output.split('\n')]
        expected_lines = ['%s\n' % x for x in expected_results.split('\n')]
        output_diff = ''.join(list(
            difflib.unified_diff(expected_lines, output_lines,
                                 'expected', 'actual')
        ))
        unittest.TestCase.assertEqual(self, expected_results, output, 
                                      "%r != %r\n%s" %
                                      (expected_results, output, output_diff))
    # Help test

    def test_help_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'help' command in trac-admin.  Since the 'help' command
        has no command arguments, it is hard to call it incorrectly.  As
        a result, there is only this one test.
        """
        from trac import __version__

        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        d = {'version': __version__,
             'date_format_hint': get_date_format_hint()}
        expected_results = self.expected_results[test_name] % d
        rv, output = self._execute('help')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(expected_results, output)

    # Attachment tests
    
    def test_attachment_list_empty(self):
        """
        Tests the 'attachment list' command in trac-admin, on a wiki page that
        doesn't have any attachments.
        """
        # FIXME: Additional tests should be written for the other 'attachment'
        #        commands. This requires being able to control the current
        #        time, which in turn would require centralizing the time
        #        provider, for example in the environment object.
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('attachment list wiki:WikiStart')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)
    
    # Config tests
    
    def test_config_get(self):
        """
        Tests the 'config get' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test gets the project name from the config.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self.env.config.set('project', 'name', 'Test project')
        rv, output = self._execute('config get project name')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_config_set(self):
        """
        Tests the 'config set' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test sets the project name using an option value containing a space.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('config set project name "Test project"')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)
        self.assertEqual('Test project',
                         self.env.config.get('project', 'name'))

    def test_config_remove(self):
        """
        Tests the 'config remove' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test removes the project name from the config, therefore reverting
        the option to the default value.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self.env.config.set('project', 'name', 'Test project')
        rv, output = self._execute('config remove project name')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)
        self.assertEqual('My Project', self.env.config.get('project', 'name'))

    # Permission tests

    def test_permission_list_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'permission list' command in trac-admin.  Since this command
        has no command arguments, it is hard to call it incorrectly.  As
        a result, there is only this one test.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('permission list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_permission_add_one_action_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'permission add' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes valid arguments to add one permission and checks for
        success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('permission add test_user WIKI_VIEW')
        rv, output = self._execute('permission list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_permission_add_multiple_actions_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'permission add' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes valid arguments to add multiple permissions and checks for
        success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('permission add test_user LOG_VIEW FILE_VIEW')
        rv, output = self._execute('permission list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_permission_remove_one_action_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'permission remove' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes valid arguments to remove one permission and checks for
        success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('permission remove anonymous TICKET_MODIFY')
        rv, output = self._execute('permission list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_permission_remove_multiple_actions_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'permission remove' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes valid arguments to remove multiple permission and checks
        for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('permission remove anonymous WIKI_CREATE WIKI_MODIFY')
        rv, output = self._execute('permission list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    # Component tests

    def test_component_list_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'component list' command in trac-admin.  Since this command
        has no command arguments, it is hard to call it incorrectly.  As
        a result, there is only this one test.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('component list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_component_add_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'component add' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes valid arguments and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('component add new_component new_user')
        rv, output = self._execute('component list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_component_add_error_already_exists(self):
        """
        Tests the 'component add' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes a component name that already exists and checks for an
        error message.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('component add component1 new_user')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_component_rename_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'component rename' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes valid arguments and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('component rename component1 changed_name')
        rv, output = self._execute('component list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_component_rename_error_bad_component(self):
        """
        Tests the 'component rename' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test tries to rename a component that does not exist.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('component rename bad_component changed_name')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_component_rename_error_bad_new_name(self):
        """
        Tests the 'component rename' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test tries to rename a component to a name that already exists.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('component rename component1 component2')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_component_chown_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'component chown' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes valid arguments and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('component chown component2 changed_owner')
        rv, output = self._execute('component list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_component_chown_error_bad_component(self):
        """
        Tests the 'component chown' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test tries to change the owner of a component that does not
        exist.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('component chown bad_component changed_owner')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        # We currently trigger a deprecation warning with py26 so we 
        # can currrently only verify that the end of the output string is
        # correct
        self.assertEqual(output.endswith(self.expected_results[test_name]), True)

    def test_component_remove_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'component remove' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes a valid argument and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('component remove component1')
        rv, output = self._execute('component list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_component_remove_error_bad_component(self):
        """
        Tests the 'component remove' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test tries to remove a component that does not exist.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('component remove bad_component')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    # Ticket-type tests

    def test_ticket_type_list_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'ticket_type list' command in trac-admin.  Since this command
        has no command arguments, it is hard to call it incorrectly.  As
        a result, there is only this one test.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('ticket_type list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_ticket_type_add_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'ticket_type add' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes a valid argument and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('ticket_type add new_type')
        rv, output = self._execute('ticket_type list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_ticket_type_add_error_already_exists(self):
        """
        Tests the 'ticket_type add' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes a ticket type that already exists and checks for an error
        message.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('ticket_type add defect')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_ticket_type_change_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'ticket_type change' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes valid arguments and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('ticket_type change defect bug')
        rv, output = self._execute('ticket_type list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_ticket_type_change_error_bad_type(self):
        """
        Tests the 'ticket_type change' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test tries to change a priority that does not exist.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('ticket_type change bad_type changed_type')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_ticket_type_change_error_bad_new_name(self):
        """
        Tests the 'ticket_type change' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test tries to change a ticket type to another type that already exists.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('ticket_type change defect task')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_ticket_type_remove_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'ticket_type remove' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes a valid argument and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('ticket_type remove task')
        rv, output = self._execute('ticket_type list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_ticket_type_remove_error_bad_type(self):
        """
        Tests the 'ticket_type remove' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test tries to remove a ticket type that does not exist.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('ticket_type remove bad_type')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_ticket_type_order_down_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'ticket_type order' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes a valid argument and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('ticket_type order defect down')
        rv, output = self._execute('ticket_type list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_ticket_type_order_up_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'ticket_type order' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes a valid argument and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('ticket_type order enhancement up')
        rv, output = self._execute('ticket_type list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_ticket_type_order_error_bad_type(self):
        """
        Tests the 'priority order' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test tries to reorder a priority that does not exist.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('ticket_type order bad_type up')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    # Priority tests

    def test_priority_list_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'priority list' command in trac-admin.  Since this command
        has no command arguments, it is hard to call it incorrectly.  As
        a result, there is only this one test.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('priority list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_priority_add_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'priority add' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes a valid argument and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('priority add new_priority')
        rv, output = self._execute('priority list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_priority_add_many_ok(self):
        """
        Tests adding more than 10 priority values.  This makes sure that
        ordering is preserved when adding more than 10 values.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        for i in xrange(11):
            self._execute('priority add p%s' % i)
        rv, output = self._execute('priority list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_priority_add_error_already_exists(self):
        """
        Tests the 'priority add' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes a priority name that already exists and checks for an
        error message.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('priority add blocker')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_priority_change_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'priority change' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes valid arguments and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('priority change major normal')
        rv, output = self._execute('priority list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_priority_change_error_bad_priority(self):
        """
        Tests the 'priority change' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test tries to change a priority that does not exist.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('priority change bad_priority changed_name')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_priority_change_error_bad_new_name(self):
        """
        Tests the 'priority change' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test tries to change a priority to a name that already exists.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('priority change major minor')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_priority_remove_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'priority remove' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes a valid argument and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('priority remove major')
        rv, output = self._execute('priority list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_priority_remove_error_bad_priority(self):
        """
        Tests the 'priority remove' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test tries to remove a priority that does not exist.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('priority remove bad_priority')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_priority_order_down_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'priority order' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes a valid argument and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('priority order blocker down')
        rv, output = self._execute('priority list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_priority_order_up_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'priority order' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes a valid argument and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('priority order critical up')
        rv, output = self._execute('priority list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_priority_order_error_bad_priority(self):
        """
        Tests the 'priority order' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test tries to reorder a priority that does not exist.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('priority remove bad_priority')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    # Severity tests

    def test_severity_list_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'severity list' command in trac-admin.  Since this command
        has no command arguments, it is hard to call it incorrectly.  As
        a result, there is only this one test.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('severity list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_severity_add_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'severity add' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes a valid argument and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('severity add new_severity')
        rv, output = self._execute('severity list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_severity_add_error_already_exists(self):
        """
        Tests the 'severity add' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes a severity name that already exists and checks for an
        error message.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('severity add blocker')
        rv, output = self._execute('severity add blocker')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_severity_change_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'severity add' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes valid arguments and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('severity add critical')
        self._execute('severity change critical "end-of-the-world"')
        rv, output = self._execute('severity list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_severity_change_error_bad_severity(self):
        """
        Tests the 'severity change' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test tries to change a severity that does not exist.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('severity change bad_severity changed_name')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_severity_change_error_bad_new_name(self):
        """
        Tests the 'severity change' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test tries to change a severity to a name that already exists.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('severity add major')
        self._execute('severity add critical')
        rv, output = self._execute('severity change critical major')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_severity_remove_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'severity add' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes a valid argument and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('severity remove trivial')
        rv, output = self._execute('severity list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_severity_remove_error_bad_severity(self):
        """
        Tests the 'severity remove' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test tries to remove a severity that does not exist.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('severity remove bad_severity')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_severity_order_down_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'severity order' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes a valid argument and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('severity add foo')
        self._execute('severity add bar')
        self._execute('severity order foo down')
        rv, output = self._execute('severity list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_severity_order_up_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'severity order' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes a valid argument and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('severity add foo')
        self._execute('severity add bar')
        self._execute('severity order bar up')
        rv, output = self._execute('severity list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_severity_order_error_bad_severity(self):
        """
        Tests the 'severity order' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test tries to reorder a priority that does not exist.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('severity remove bad_severity')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    # Version tests

    def test_version_list_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'version list' command in trac-admin.  Since this command
        has no command arguments, it is hard to call it incorrectly.  As
        a result, there is only this one test.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('version list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_version_add_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'version add' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes valid arguments and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('version add 9.9 "%s"' % self._test_date)
        rv, output = self._execute('version list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_version_add_error_already_exists(self):
        """
        Tests the 'version add' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes a version name that already exists and checks for an
        error message.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('version add 1.0 "%s"' % self._test_date)
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_version_rename_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'version rename' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes valid arguments and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('version rename 1.0 9.9')
        rv, output = self._execute('version list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_version_rename_error_bad_version(self):
        """
        Tests the 'version rename' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test tries to rename a version that does not exist.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('version rename bad_version changed_name')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_version_time_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'version time' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes valid arguments and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('version time 2.0 "%s"' % self._test_date)
        rv, output = self._execute('version list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_version_time_unset_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'version time' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes valid arguments for unsetting the date.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('version time 2.0 "%s"' % self._test_date)
        self._execute('version time 2.0 ""')
        rv, output = self._execute('version list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_version_time_error_bad_version(self):
        """
        Tests the 'version time' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test tries to change the time on a version that does not exist.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('version time bad_version "%s"'
                                   % self._test_date)
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_version_remove_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'version remove' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes a valid argument and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('version remove 1.0')
        rv, output = self._execute('version list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_version_remove_error_bad_version(self):
        """
        Tests the 'version remove' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test tries to remove a version that does not exist.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('version remove bad_version')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    # Milestone tests

    def test_milestone_list_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'milestone list' command in trac-admin.  Since this command
        has no command arguments, it is hard to call it incorrectly.  As
        a result, there is only this one test.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('milestone list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_milestone_add_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'milestone add' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes valid arguments and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('milestone add new_milestone "%s"' % self._test_date)
        rv, output = self._execute('milestone list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_milestone_add_utf8_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'milestone add' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes valid arguments and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute(u'milestone add \xa9tat_final "%s"'  #\xc2\xa9
                              % self._test_date)
        rv, output = self._execute('milestone list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_milestone_add_error_already_exists(self):
        """
        Tests the 'milestone add' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes a milestone name that already exists and checks for an
        error message.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('milestone add milestone1 "%s"'
                                   % self._test_date)
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_milestone_rename_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'milestone rename' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes valid arguments and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('milestone rename milestone1 changed_milestone')
        rv, output = self._execute('milestone list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_milestone_rename_error_bad_milestone(self):
        """
        Tests the 'milestone rename' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test tries to rename a milestone that does not exist.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('milestone rename bad_milestone changed_name')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_milestone_due_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'milestone due' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes valid arguments and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('milestone due milestone2 "%s"' % self._test_date)
        rv, output = self._execute('milestone list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_milestone_due_unset_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'milestone due' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes valid arguments for unsetting the due date.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('milestone due milestone2 "%s"' % self._test_date)
        self._execute('milestone due milestone2 ""')
        rv, output = self._execute('milestone list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_milestone_due_error_bad_milestone(self):
        """
        Tests the 'milestone due' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test tries to change the due date on a milestone that does not exist.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('milestone due bad_milestone "%s"'
                                   % self._test_date)
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_milestone_completed_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'milestone completed' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes valid arguments and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name

        self._execute('milestone completed milestone2 "%s"' % self._test_date)
        rv, output = self._execute('milestone list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_milestone_completed_error_bad_milestone(self):
        """
        Tests the 'milestone completed' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test tries to change the completed date on a milestone that does not
        exist.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('milestone completed bad_milestone "%s"'
                                   % self._test_date)
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_milestone_remove_ok(self):
        """
        Tests the 'milestone remove' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test passes a valid argument and checks for success.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        self._execute('milestone remove milestone3')
        rv, output = self._execute('milestone list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_milestone_remove_error_bad_milestone(self):
        """
        Tests the 'milestone remove' command in trac-admin.  This particular
        test tries to remove a milestone that does not exist.
        """
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('milestone remove bad_milestone')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_backslash_use_ok(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        if self._admin.interactive:
            self._execute('version add \\')
        else:
            self._execute(r"version add '\'")
        rv, output = self._execute('version list')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_session_list_no_sessions(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('session list authenticated')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_session_list_authenticated(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        _prep_session_table(self.env.get_db_cnx())
        rv, output = self._execute('session list authenticated')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_session_list_anonymous(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        _prep_session_table(self.env.get_db_cnx())
        rv, output = self._execute('session list anonymous')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_session_list_all(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        _prep_session_table(self.env.get_db_cnx())
        if self._admin.interactive:
            rv, output = self._execute("session list *")
        else:
            rv, output = self._execute("session list '*'")
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_session_list_authenticated_sid(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        _prep_session_table(self.env.get_db_cnx())
        rv, output = self._execute('session list name00')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_session_list_anonymous_sid(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        _prep_session_table(self.env.get_db_cnx())
        rv, output = self._execute('session list name10:0')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_session_list_missing_sid(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        _prep_session_table(self.env.get_db_cnx())
        rv, output = self._execute('session list thisdoesntexist')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def  test_session_add_missing_sid(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('session add')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def  test_session_add_duplicate_sid(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        _prep_session_table(self.env.get_db_cnx())
        rv, output = self._execute('session add name00')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def  test_session_add_sid_all(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('session add john John john@example.org')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        rv, output = self._execute('session list john')
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name]
                         % {'today': format_date(None, console_date_format)},
                         output)

    def  test_session_add_sid(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('session add john')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        rv, output = self._execute('session list john')
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name]
                         % {'today': format_date(None, console_date_format)},
                         output)

    def  test_session_add_sid_name(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('session add john John')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        rv, output = self._execute('session list john')
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name]
                         % {'today': format_date(None, console_date_format)},
                         output)

    def  test_session_set_attr_name(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        _prep_session_table(self.env.get_db_cnx())
        rv, output = self._execute('session set name name00 JOHN')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        rv, output = self._execute('session list name00')
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def  test_session_set_attr_email(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        _prep_session_table(self.env.get_db_cnx())
        rv, output = self._execute('session set email name00 JOHN@EXAMPLE.ORG')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        rv, output = self._execute('session list name00')
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def  test_session_set_attr_missing_attr(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('session set')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def  test_session_set_attr_missing_value(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('session set name john')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def  test_session_set_attr_missing_sid(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('session set name')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def  test_session_set_attr_nonexistent_sid(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('session set name john foo')
        self.assertEqual(2, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def  test_session_delete_sid(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        _prep_session_table(self.env.get_db_cnx())
        rv, output = self._execute('session delete name00')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        rv, output = self._execute('session list nam00')
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def  test_session_delete_missing_params(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        rv, output = self._execute('session delete')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def  test_session_delete_anonymous(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        _prep_session_table(self.env.get_db_cnx())
        rv, output = self._execute('session delete anonymous')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        rv, output = self._execute('session list *')
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def test_session_delete_multiple_sids(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        _prep_session_table(self.env.get_db_cnx())
        rv, output = self._execute('session delete name00 name01 name02 '
                                   'name03')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        rv, output = self._execute('session list *')
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)

    def  test_session_purge_age(self):
        test_name = sys._getframe().f_code.co_name
        _prep_session_table(self.env.get_db_cnx(), spread_visits=True)
        rv, output = self._execute('session purge 20100112')
        self.assertEqual(0, rv)
        rv, output = self._execute('session list *')
        self.assertEqual(self.expected_results[test_name], output)


def suite():
    return unittest.makeSuite(TracadminTestCase, 'test')

if __name__ == '__main__':
    unittest.main()