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[v2,2/8] t3406: rework rebase reflog tests

Message ID 0904b50a377ce3ac242f9594a635f9ae7cffc687.1650448612.git.gitgitgadget@gmail.com (mailing list archive)
State New
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Series rebase: make reflog messages independent of the backend | expand

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Phillip Wood April 20, 2022, 9:56 a.m. UTC
From: Phillip Wood <phillip.wood@dunelm.org.uk>

Refactor the tests in preparation for adding more tests in the next
few commits. The reworked tests use the same function for testing both
the "merge" and "apply" backends. The test coverage for the "apply"
backend now includes setting GIT_REFLOG_ACTION.

Note that rebasing the "conflicts" branch does not create any
conflicts yet. A commit to do that will be added in the next commit
and the diff ends up smaller if we have don't rename the branch when
it is added.

Signed-off-by: Phillip Wood <phillip.wood@dunelm.org.uk>
---
 t/t3406-rebase-message.sh | 115 +++++++++++++++++++++++++-------------
 1 file changed, 76 insertions(+), 39 deletions(-)

Comments

Junio C Hamano April 20, 2022, 8:17 p.m. UTC | #1
"Phillip Wood via GitGitGadget" <gitgitgadget@gmail.com> writes:

> From: Phillip Wood <phillip.wood@dunelm.org.uk>
>
> Refactor the tests in preparation for adding more tests in the next
> few commits. The reworked tests use the same function for testing both
> the "merge" and "apply" backends. The test coverage for the "apply"
> backend now includes setting GIT_REFLOG_ACTION.
>
> Note that rebasing the "conflicts" branch does not create any
> conflicts yet. A commit to do that will be added in the next commit
> and the diff ends up smaller if we have don't rename the branch when
> it is added.

"if we have don't rename"?  Ecannotparse.

>
> Signed-off-by: Phillip Wood <phillip.wood@dunelm.org.uk>
> ---
>  t/t3406-rebase-message.sh | 115 +++++++++++++++++++++++++-------------
>  1 file changed, 76 insertions(+), 39 deletions(-)
>
> diff --git a/t/t3406-rebase-message.sh b/t/t3406-rebase-message.sh
> index d17b450e811..5253dd1551d 100755
> --- a/t/t3406-rebase-message.sh
> +++ b/t/t3406-rebase-message.sh
> @@ -10,10 +10,15 @@ export GIT_TEST_DEFAULT_INITIAL_BRANCH_NAME
>  test_expect_success 'setup' '
>  	test_commit O fileO &&
>  	test_commit X fileX &&
> +	git branch fast-forward &&
>  	test_commit A fileA &&
>  	test_commit B fileB &&
>  	test_commit Y fileY &&
>  
> +	git checkout -b conflicts O &&
> +	test_commit P &&
> +	test_commit Q &&
> +
>  	git checkout -b topic O &&
>  	git cherry-pick A B &&
>  	test_commit Z fileZ &&

So, we'd create

	O---X---A---B---Y (main)
        |\
        | P---Q (conflicts)
        \
         A'--B'--Z (topic)

with the above.  The "fast-forward" branch is not yet used.

Without reading the rest of this patch (or the series), especially
because you said you'll test multiple rebase strategies (and
presumably make sure they result in the same state), my gut says
that it may not buy us much to create such an unused branch.  If we
successfully run a fast-forward test on the branch for one strategy,
we have to rewind the result before testing another strategy anyway,
so forking a branch to be tested at X when we start testing each
rebase strategy would be fine.  But we'll see.

> @@ -79,54 +84,86 @@ test_expect_success 'error out early upon -C<n> or --whitespace=<bad>' '
>  	test_i18ngrep "Invalid whitespace option" err
>  '
>  
> -test_expect_success 'GIT_REFLOG_ACTION' '
> -	git checkout start &&
> -	test_commit reflog-onto &&
> -	git checkout -b reflog-topic start &&
> -	test_commit reflog-to-rebase &&
> -
> -	git rebase reflog-onto &&
> -	git log -g --format=%gs -3 >actual &&
> -	cat >expect <<-\EOF &&
> -	rebase (finish): returning to refs/heads/reflog-topic
> -	rebase (pick): reflog-to-rebase
> -	rebase (start): checkout reflog-onto
> +write_reflog_expect () {
> +	if test $mode = --apply
> +	then
> +		sed 's/.*(finish)/rebase finished/; s/ ([^)]*)//'
> +	else
> +		cat
> +	fi >expect
> +}
> +
> +test_reflog () {
> +	mode=$1
> +	reflog_action="$2"

$1 being left unquoted while $2 being quoted makes them look
incoherent.  It is not wrong to enclose $2 in double quotes, but it
is not necessary.

> +	test_expect_success "rebase $mode reflog${reflog_action:+ GIT_REFLOG_ACTION=$reflog_action}" '
> +	git checkout conflicts &&
> +	test_when_finished "git reset --hard Q" &&
> +
> +	(
> +		if test -n "$reflog_action"
> +		then
> +			GIT_REFLOG_ACTION="$reflog_action" &&
> +			export GIT_REFLOG_ACTION
> +		fi &&
> +		git rebase $mode main
> +	) &&

Is the subshell because you may want to export the envirohnment, or
is there anything more subtle going on?

> +	git log -g --format=%gs -4 >actual &&
> +	write_reflog_expect <<-EOF &&
> +	${reflog_action:-rebase} (finish): returning to refs/heads/conflicts
> +	${reflog_action:-rebase} (pick): Q
> +	${reflog_action:-rebase} (pick): P
> +	${reflog_action:-rebase} (start): checkout main
>  	EOF
>  	test_cmp expect actual &&

We reset to Q and rebase it onto main, which would mean that we'd
replay P and then Q on top of Y.  The 4 most recent events on HEAD
are that we start at 'main', picking P and Q and then updating the
conflicts branch with the result.  OK.

It is not what we used to test, but with reference to Q that was
established at the beginning, though.

> -	git checkout -b reflog-prefix reflog-to-rebase &&
> -	GIT_REFLOG_ACTION=change-the-reflog git rebase reflog-onto &&
> -	git log -g --format=%gs -3 >actual &&
> -	cat >expect <<-\EOF &&
> -	change-the-reflog (finish): returning to refs/heads/reflog-prefix
> -	change-the-reflog (pick): reflog-to-rebase
> -	change-the-reflog (start): checkout reflog-onto
> +	git log -g --format=%gs -1 conflicts >actual &&
> +	write_reflog_expect <<-EOF &&
> +	${reflog_action:-rebase} (finish): refs/heads/conflicts onto $(git rev-parse main)
>  	EOF

And after doing that, there only is one reflog entry for the
conflicts branch itself, i.e. record of finishing to rebase.

For both of the above two tests, I wonder if we want to make sure
these four and one entries are the ONLY entries added by the
operation.  I.e. take the topmost reflog entry _before_ starting to
run rebase for both conflicts branch and HEAD, grab five and two
reflog entries after the operation from conflicts and HEAD and make
sure the four and one are the truly new entries added by the
operation, or something like that.  Even easier would be to merely
count the number of reflog entries of HEAD and conflicts before
rebasing, and count them after.  We can do subtraction in the shell
just fine.

> +	test_cmp expect actual &&
>  
> +	# check there is only one new entry in the branch reflog

It is a valid thing to try verifying, but ...

> +	test_cmp_rev conflicts@{1} Q

... it is unclear how this can count the new reflog entries.  If we
added two reflog entries, one pointing at Y (i.e. tip of main),
another that points at Q (i.e. tip of conflicts before the rebasing),
conflicts@{1} would be the same as Q.

> +	'
> +
> +	test_expect_success "rebase $mode fast-forward reflog${reflog_action:+ GIT_REFLOG_ACTION=$reflog_action}" '
> +	git checkout fast-forward &&
> +	test_when_finished "git reset --hard X" &&
> +
> +	(
> +		if test -n "$reflog_action"
> +		then
> +			GIT_REFLOG_ACTION="$reflog_action" &&
> +			export GIT_REFLOG_ACTION
> +		fi &&
> +		git rebase $mode main
> +	) &&
> +
> +	git log -g --format=%gs -2 >actual &&
> +	write_reflog_expect <<-EOF &&
> +	${reflog_action:-rebase} (finish): returning to refs/heads/fast-forward
> +	${reflog_action:-rebase} (start): checkout main
>  	EOF
>  	test_cmp expect actual &&

Likewise.  This only makes sure that the topmost two are what you
expect without checking if it added anything extra before these two.
Actually counting the entries would give you an easy fix.

> -	git log -g --format=%gs -2 reflog-apply >actual &&
> -	cat >expect <<-EOF &&
> -	rebase finished: refs/heads/reflog-apply onto $(git rev-parse Y)
> -	branch: Created from start
> +	git log -g --format=%gs -1 fast-forward >actual &&
> +	write_reflog_expect <<-EOF &&
> +	${reflog_action:-rebase} (finish): refs/heads/fast-forward onto $(git rev-parse main)
>  	EOF
> -	test_cmp expect actual
> -'
> +	test_cmp expect actual &&
> +
> +	# check there is only one new entry in the branch reflog
> +	test_cmp_rev fast-forward@{1} X

The same.  This does not ensure there is only one new entry.  It
merely says that the set of entries you cared about (which is a set
of one) is preceded by an entry that happened to point at X.

> +	'
> +}
> +
> +test_reflog --merge
> +test_reflog --merge my-reflog-action
> +test_reflog --apply
> +test_reflog --apply my-reflog-action
>  
>  test_expect_success 'rebase -i onto unrelated history' '
>  	git init unrelated &&

Thanks.
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diff --git a/t/t3406-rebase-message.sh b/t/t3406-rebase-message.sh
index d17b450e811..5253dd1551d 100755
--- a/t/t3406-rebase-message.sh
+++ b/t/t3406-rebase-message.sh
@@ -10,10 +10,15 @@  export GIT_TEST_DEFAULT_INITIAL_BRANCH_NAME
 test_expect_success 'setup' '
 	test_commit O fileO &&
 	test_commit X fileX &&
+	git branch fast-forward &&
 	test_commit A fileA &&
 	test_commit B fileB &&
 	test_commit Y fileY &&
 
+	git checkout -b conflicts O &&
+	test_commit P &&
+	test_commit Q &&
+
 	git checkout -b topic O &&
 	git cherry-pick A B &&
 	test_commit Z fileZ &&
@@ -79,54 +84,86 @@  test_expect_success 'error out early upon -C<n> or --whitespace=<bad>' '
 	test_i18ngrep "Invalid whitespace option" err
 '
 
-test_expect_success 'GIT_REFLOG_ACTION' '
-	git checkout start &&
-	test_commit reflog-onto &&
-	git checkout -b reflog-topic start &&
-	test_commit reflog-to-rebase &&
-
-	git rebase reflog-onto &&
-	git log -g --format=%gs -3 >actual &&
-	cat >expect <<-\EOF &&
-	rebase (finish): returning to refs/heads/reflog-topic
-	rebase (pick): reflog-to-rebase
-	rebase (start): checkout reflog-onto
+write_reflog_expect () {
+	if test $mode = --apply
+	then
+		sed 's/.*(finish)/rebase finished/; s/ ([^)]*)//'
+	else
+		cat
+	fi >expect
+}
+
+test_reflog () {
+	mode=$1
+	reflog_action="$2"
+
+	test_expect_success "rebase $mode reflog${reflog_action:+ GIT_REFLOG_ACTION=$reflog_action}" '
+	git checkout conflicts &&
+	test_when_finished "git reset --hard Q" &&
+
+	(
+		if test -n "$reflog_action"
+		then
+			GIT_REFLOG_ACTION="$reflog_action" &&
+			export GIT_REFLOG_ACTION
+		fi &&
+		git rebase $mode main
+	) &&
+
+	git log -g --format=%gs -4 >actual &&
+	write_reflog_expect <<-EOF &&
+	${reflog_action:-rebase} (finish): returning to refs/heads/conflicts
+	${reflog_action:-rebase} (pick): Q
+	${reflog_action:-rebase} (pick): P
+	${reflog_action:-rebase} (start): checkout main
 	EOF
 	test_cmp expect actual &&
 
-	git checkout -b reflog-prefix reflog-to-rebase &&
-	GIT_REFLOG_ACTION=change-the-reflog git rebase reflog-onto &&
-	git log -g --format=%gs -3 >actual &&
-	cat >expect <<-\EOF &&
-	change-the-reflog (finish): returning to refs/heads/reflog-prefix
-	change-the-reflog (pick): reflog-to-rebase
-	change-the-reflog (start): checkout reflog-onto
+	git log -g --format=%gs -1 conflicts >actual &&
+	write_reflog_expect <<-EOF &&
+	${reflog_action:-rebase} (finish): refs/heads/conflicts onto $(git rev-parse main)
 	EOF
-	test_cmp expect actual
-'
-
-test_expect_success 'rebase --apply reflog' '
-	git checkout -b reflog-apply start &&
-	old_head_reflog="$(git log -g --format=%gs -1 HEAD)" &&
-
-	git rebase --apply Y &&
+	test_cmp expect actual &&
 
-	git log -g --format=%gs -4 HEAD >actual &&
-	cat >expect <<-EOF &&
-	rebase finished: returning to refs/heads/reflog-apply
-	rebase: Z
-	rebase: checkout Y
-	$old_head_reflog
+	# check there is only one new entry in the branch reflog
+	test_cmp_rev conflicts@{1} Q
+	'
+
+	test_expect_success "rebase $mode fast-forward reflog${reflog_action:+ GIT_REFLOG_ACTION=$reflog_action}" '
+	git checkout fast-forward &&
+	test_when_finished "git reset --hard X" &&
+
+	(
+		if test -n "$reflog_action"
+		then
+			GIT_REFLOG_ACTION="$reflog_action" &&
+			export GIT_REFLOG_ACTION
+		fi &&
+		git rebase $mode main
+	) &&
+
+	git log -g --format=%gs -2 >actual &&
+	write_reflog_expect <<-EOF &&
+	${reflog_action:-rebase} (finish): returning to refs/heads/fast-forward
+	${reflog_action:-rebase} (start): checkout main
 	EOF
 	test_cmp expect actual &&
 
-	git log -g --format=%gs -2 reflog-apply >actual &&
-	cat >expect <<-EOF &&
-	rebase finished: refs/heads/reflog-apply onto $(git rev-parse Y)
-	branch: Created from start
+	git log -g --format=%gs -1 fast-forward >actual &&
+	write_reflog_expect <<-EOF &&
+	${reflog_action:-rebase} (finish): refs/heads/fast-forward onto $(git rev-parse main)
 	EOF
-	test_cmp expect actual
-'
+	test_cmp expect actual &&
+
+	# check there is only one new entry in the branch reflog
+	test_cmp_rev fast-forward@{1} X
+	'
+}
+
+test_reflog --merge
+test_reflog --merge my-reflog-action
+test_reflog --apply
+test_reflog --apply my-reflog-action
 
 test_expect_success 'rebase -i onto unrelated history' '
 	git init unrelated &&