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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
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import os.path
import tempfile
import unittest

from trac.resource import Resource
from trac.test import EnvironmentStub, Mock
from trac.util import create_file
from trac.versioncontrol.api import RepositoryManager
from trac.versioncontrol.svn_authz import AuthzSourcePolicy, ParseError, \

class AuthzParserTestCase(unittest.TestCase):

    def test_parse_file(self):
        authz = parse("""\
developers = foo, bar
users = @developers, &baz

baz = CN=Hàröld Hacker,OU=Enginéers,DC=red-bean,DC=com

# Applies to all repositories
* = r

@developers = rw
&baz = 
@users = r

bar = rw

; Applies only to module
foo = rw
&baz = r

; Unicode module names
bar = rw

; Unused module, not parsed
foo = r
""", set(['', 'module']))
            '': {
                '/': {
                    '*': True,
                '/trunk': {
                    'foo': True,
                    'bar': True,
                    u'CN=Hàröld Hacker,OU=Enginéers,DC=red-bean,DC=com': False,
                '/branches': {
                    'bar': True,
            'module': {
                '/trunk': {
                    'foo': True,
                    u'CN=Hàröld Hacker,OU=Enginéers,DC=red-bean,DC=com': True,
                u'/c/résumé': {
                    'bar': True,
        }, authz)

    def test_parse_errors(self):
        self.assertRaises(ParseError, parse, """\
user = r

user = r
""", set(['', 'module']))
        self.assertRaises(ParseError, parse, """\
""", set(['', 'module']))

class AuthzSourcePolicyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):

    def setUp(self):
        tmpdir = os.path.realpath(tempfile.gettempdir())
        self.authz = os.path.join(tmpdir, 'trac-authz')
        create_file(self.authz, """\
group1 = user
group2 = @group1

cycle1 = @cycle2
cycle2 = @cycle3
cycle3 = @cycle1, user

alias1 = &jekyll
alias2 = @alias1

jekyll = Mr Hyde

# Read / write permissions
user = r
user = w
user = rw
user =

# Trailing slashes
user = r
user = r

# Sub-paths
user = r

# Module usage
user = r
user = r
user = r
user =
user = r

# Wildcards
* = r

# Special tokens
$anonymous = r
$authenticated = r

# Groups
@group1 = r
@group2 = r
@cycle1 = r

# Precedence
user =
user = r
user = r
user =
user = r
user =
@group1 = r
@group1 = r
user =

# Aliases
&jekyll = r
@alias2 = r

# Scoped repository
joe = r
jane = r
        self.env = EnvironmentStub(enable=[AuthzSourcePolicy])
        self.env.config.set('trac', 'authz_file', self.authz)
        self.policy = AuthzSourcePolicy(self.env)
        # Monkey-subclass RepositoryManager to serve mock repositories
        rm = RepositoryManager(self.env)
        class TestRepositoryManager(rm.__class__):
            def get_real_repositories(self):
                return set([Mock(reponame='module'),

            def get_repository(self, reponame):
                if reponame == 'scoped':
                    def get_changeset(rev):
                        if rev == 123:
                            def get_changes():
                                yield ('/dir1/file',)
                        elif rev == 456:
                            def get_changes():
                                yield ('/dir2/file',)
                            def get_changes():
                                return iter([])
                        return Mock(get_changes=get_changes)
                    return Mock(scope='/scope',
                return Mock(scope='/')
        rm.__class__ = TestRepositoryManager

    def tearDown(self):

    def assertPathPerm(self, result, user, reponame=None, path=None):
        """Assert that `user` is granted access `result` to `path` within
        the repository `reponame`.
        resource = None
        if reponame is not None:
            resource = Resource('source', path,
                                parent=Resource('repository', reponame))
        for perm in ('BROWSER_VIEW', 'FILE_VIEW', 'LOG_VIEW'):
            check = self.policy.check_permission(perm, user, resource, None)
            self.assertEqual(result, check)
    def assertRevPerm(self, result, user, reponame=None, rev=None):
        """Assert that `user` is granted access `result` to `rev` within
        the repository `reponame`.
        resource = None
        if reponame is not None:
            resource = Resource('changeset', rev,
                                parent=Resource('repository', reponame))
        check = self.policy.check_permission('CHANGESET_VIEW', user, resource,
        self.assertEqual(result, check)
    def test_coarse_permissions(self):
        # Granted to all due to wildcard
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'unknown')
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'joe')
        self.assertRevPerm(True, 'unknown')
        self.assertRevPerm(True, 'joe')
        # Granted if at least one fine permission is granted
        self.policy._mtime = 0
        create_file(self.authz, """\
joe = r
denied =
jane = r
$anonymous = r
unknown = r
        self.assertPathPerm(None, 'unknown')
        self.assertRevPerm(None, 'unknown')
        self.assertPathPerm(None, 'denied')
        self.assertRevPerm(None, 'denied')
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'joe')
        self.assertRevPerm(True, 'joe')
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'jane')
        self.assertRevPerm(True, 'jane')
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'anonymous')
        self.assertRevPerm(True, 'anonymous')

    def test_default_permission(self):
        # By default, permissions are undecided
        self.assertPathPerm(None, 'joe', '', '/not_defined')
        self.assertPathPerm(None, 'jane', 'repo', '/not/defined/either')

    def test_read_write(self):
        # Allow 'r' and 'rw' entries, deny 'w' and empty entries
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'user', '', '/readonly')
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'user', '', '/readwrite')
        self.assertPathPerm(False, 'user', '', '/writeonly')
        self.assertPathPerm(False, 'user', '', '/empty')

    def test_trailing_slashes(self):
        # Combinations of trailing slashes in the file and in the path
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'user', '', '/trailing_a')
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'user', '', '/trailing_a/')
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'user', '', '/trailing_b')
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'user', '', '/trailing_b/')

    def test_sub_path(self):
        # Permissions are inherited from containing directories
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'user', '', '/sub/path')
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'user', '', '/sub/path/test')
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'user', '', '/sub/path/other/sub')
    def test_module_usage(self):
        # If a module name is specified, the rules are specific to the module
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'user', 'module', '/module_a')
        self.assertPathPerm(None, 'user', 'module', '/module_b')
        # If a module is specified, but the configuration contains a non-module
        # path, the non-module path can still apply
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'user', 'module', '/module_c')
        # The module-specific rule takes precedence
        self.assertPathPerm(False, 'user', 'module', '/module_d')

    def test_wildcard(self):
        # The * wildcard matches all users, including anonymous
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'anonymous', '', '/wildcard')
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'joe', '', '/wildcard')
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'jane', '', '/wildcard')

    def test_special_tokens(self):
        # The $anonymous token matches only anonymous users
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'anonymous', '', '/special/anonymous')
        self.assertPathPerm(None, 'user', '', '/special/anonymous')
        # The $authenticated token matches all authenticated users
        self.assertPathPerm(None, 'anonymous', '', '/special/authenticated')
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'joe', '', '/special/authenticated')
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'jane', '', '/special/authenticated')

    def test_groups(self):
        # Groups are specified in a separate section and used with an @ prefix
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'user', '', '/groups_a')
        # Groups can also be members of other groups
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'user', '', '/groups_b')
        # Groups should not be defined cyclically, but they are still handled
        # correctly to avoid infinite loops
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'user', '', '/cyclic')

    def test_precedence(self):
        # Module-specific sections take precedence over non-module sections
        self.assertPathPerm(False, 'user', 'module', '/precedence_a')
        # The most specific section applies
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'user', '', '/precedence_b/sub/test')
        # ... intentional deviation from SVN's rules as we need to
        # make '/precedence_b/sub' browseable so that the user can see
        # '/precedence_b/sub/test':
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'user', '', '/precedence_b/sub')
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'user', '', '/precedence_b')
        # Within a section, the first matching rule applies
        self.assertPathPerm(False, 'user', '', '/precedence_c')
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'user', '', '/precedence_d')

    def test_aliases(self):
        # Aliases are specified in a separate section and used with an & prefix
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'Mr Hyde', '', '/aliases_a')
        # Aliases can also be used in groups
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'Mr Hyde', '', '/aliases_b')

    def test_scoped_repository(self):
        # Take repository scope into account
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'joe', 'scoped', '/dir1')
        self.assertPathPerm(None, 'joe', 'scoped', '/dir2')
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'joe', 'scoped', '/')
        self.assertPathPerm(None, 'jane', 'scoped', '/dir1')
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'jane', 'scoped', '/dir2')
        self.assertPathPerm(True, 'jane', 'scoped', '/')
    def test_changesets(self):
        # Changesets are allowed if at least one changed path is allowed, or
        # if the changeset is empty
        self.assertRevPerm(True, 'joe', 'scoped', 123)
        self.assertRevPerm(None, 'joe', 'scoped', 456)
        self.assertRevPerm(True, 'joe', 'scoped', 789)
        self.assertRevPerm(None, 'jane', 'scoped', 123)
        self.assertRevPerm(True, 'jane', 'scoped', 456)
        self.assertRevPerm(True, 'jane', 'scoped', 789)
        self.assertRevPerm(None, 'user', 'scoped', 123)
        self.assertRevPerm(None, 'user', 'scoped', 456)
        self.assertRevPerm(True, 'user', 'scoped', 789)

def suite():
    suite = unittest.TestSuite()
    suite.addTest(unittest.makeSuite(AuthzParserTestCase, 'test'))
    suite.addTest(unittest.makeSuite(AuthzSourcePolicyTestCase, 'test'))
    return suite

if __name__ == '__main__':
    runner = unittest.TextTestRunner()