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// Copyright 2013 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include <stddef.h>
#include "base/macros.h"
#include "testing/gtest/include/gtest/gtest.h"
#include "url/gurl.h"
#include "url/url_canon.h"
#include "url/url_test_utils.h"
namespace url {
using test_utils::WStringToUTF16;
using test_utils::ConvertUTF8ToUTF16;
namespace {
template<typename CHAR>
void SetupReplacement(
void (Replacements<CHAR>::*func)(const CHAR*, const Component&),
Replacements<CHAR>* replacements,
const CHAR* str) {
if (str) {
Component comp;
if (str[0])
comp.len = static_cast<int>(strlen(str));
(replacements->*func)(str, comp);
}
}
// Returns the canonicalized string for the given URL string for the
// GURLTest.Types test.
std::string TypesTestCase(const char* src) {
GURL gurl(src);
return gurl.possibly_invalid_spec();
}
} // namespace
// Different types of URLs should be handled differently, and handed off to
// different canonicalizers.
TEST(GURLTest, Types) {
// URLs with unknown schemes should be treated as path URLs, even when they
// have things like "://".
EXPECT_EQ("something:///HOSTNAME.com/",
TypesTestCase("something:///HOSTNAME.com/"));
// Conversely, URLs with known schemes should always trigger standard URL
// handling.
EXPECT_EQ("http://hostname.com/", TypesTestCase("http:HOSTNAME.com"));
EXPECT_EQ("http://hostname.com/", TypesTestCase("http:/HOSTNAME.com"));
EXPECT_EQ("http://hostname.com/", TypesTestCase("http://HOSTNAME.com"));
EXPECT_EQ("http://hostname.com/", TypesTestCase("http:///HOSTNAME.com"));
#ifdef WIN32
// URLs that look like Windows absolute path specs.
EXPECT_EQ("file:///C:/foo.txt", TypesTestCase("c:\\foo.txt"));
EXPECT_EQ("file:///Z:/foo.txt", TypesTestCase("Z|foo.txt"));
EXPECT_EQ("file://server/foo.txt", TypesTestCase("\\\\server\\foo.txt"));
EXPECT_EQ("file://server/foo.txt", TypesTestCase("//server/foo.txt"));
#endif
}
// Test the basic creation and querying of components in a GURL. We assume that
// the parser is already tested and works, so we are mostly interested if the
// object does the right thing with the results.
TEST(GURLTest, Components) {
GURL empty_url(WStringToUTF16(L""));
EXPECT_TRUE(empty_url.is_empty());
EXPECT_FALSE(empty_url.is_valid());
GURL url(WStringToUTF16(L"http://user:pass@google.com:99/foo;bar?q=a#ref"));
EXPECT_FALSE(url.is_empty());
EXPECT_TRUE(url.is_valid());
EXPECT_TRUE(url.SchemeIs("http"));
EXPECT_FALSE(url.SchemeIsFile());
// This is the narrow version of the URL, which should match the wide input.
EXPECT_EQ("http://user:pass@google.com:99/foo;bar?q=a#ref", url.spec());
EXPECT_EQ("http", url.scheme());
EXPECT_EQ("user", url.username());
EXPECT_EQ("pass", url.password());
EXPECT_EQ("google.com", url.host());
EXPECT_EQ("99", url.port());
EXPECT_EQ(99, url.IntPort());
EXPECT_EQ("/foo;bar", url.path());
EXPECT_EQ("q=a", url.query());
EXPECT_EQ("ref", url.ref());
// Test parsing userinfo with special characters.
GURL url_special_pass("http://user:%40!$&'()*+,;=:@google.com:12345");
EXPECT_TRUE(url_special_pass.is_valid());
// GURL canonicalizes some delimiters.
EXPECT_EQ("%40!$&%27()*+,%3B%3D%3A", url_special_pass.password());
EXPECT_EQ("google.com", url_special_pass.host());
EXPECT_EQ("12345", url_special_pass.port());
}
TEST(GURLTest, Empty) {
GURL url;
EXPECT_FALSE(url.is_valid());
EXPECT_EQ("", url.spec());
EXPECT_EQ("", url.scheme());
EXPECT_EQ("", url.username());
EXPECT_EQ("", url.password());
EXPECT_EQ("", url.host());
EXPECT_EQ("", url.port());
EXPECT_EQ(PORT_UNSPECIFIED, url.IntPort());
EXPECT_EQ("", url.path());
EXPECT_EQ("", url.query());
EXPECT_EQ("", url.ref());
}
TEST(GURLTest, Copy) {
GURL url(WStringToUTF16(L"http://user:pass@google.com:99/foo;bar?q=a#ref"));
GURL url2(url);
EXPECT_TRUE(url2.is_valid());
EXPECT_EQ("http://user:pass@google.com:99/foo;bar?q=a#ref", url2.spec());
EXPECT_EQ("http", url2.scheme());
EXPECT_EQ("user", url2.username());
EXPECT_EQ("pass", url2.password());
EXPECT_EQ("google.com", url2.host());
EXPECT_EQ("99", url2.port());
EXPECT_EQ(99, url2.IntPort());
EXPECT_EQ("/foo;bar", url2.path());
EXPECT_EQ("q=a", url2.query());
EXPECT_EQ("ref", url2.ref());
// Copying of invalid URL should be invalid
GURL invalid;
GURL invalid2(invalid);
EXPECT_FALSE(invalid2.is_valid());
EXPECT_EQ("", invalid2.spec());
EXPECT_EQ("", invalid2.scheme());
EXPECT_EQ("", invalid2.username());
EXPECT_EQ("", invalid2.password());
EXPECT_EQ("", invalid2.host());
EXPECT_EQ("", invalid2.port());
EXPECT_EQ(PORT_UNSPECIFIED, invalid2.IntPort());
EXPECT_EQ("", invalid2.path());
EXPECT_EQ("", invalid2.query());
EXPECT_EQ("", invalid2.ref());
}
TEST(GURLTest, Assign) {
GURL url(WStringToUTF16(L"http://user:pass@google.com:99/foo;bar?q=a#ref"));
GURL url2;
url2 = url;
EXPECT_TRUE(url2.is_valid());
EXPECT_EQ("http://user:pass@google.com:99/foo;bar?q=a#ref", url2.spec());
EXPECT_EQ("http", url2.scheme());
EXPECT_EQ("user", url2.username());
EXPECT_EQ("pass", url2.password());
EXPECT_EQ("google.com", url2.host());
EXPECT_EQ("99", url2.port());
EXPECT_EQ(99, url2.IntPort());
EXPECT_EQ("/foo;bar", url2.path());
EXPECT_EQ("q=a", url2.query());
EXPECT_EQ("ref", url2.ref());
// Assignment of invalid URL should be invalid
GURL invalid;
GURL invalid2;
invalid2 = invalid;
EXPECT_FALSE(invalid2.is_valid());
EXPECT_EQ("", invalid2.spec());
EXPECT_EQ("", invalid2.scheme());
EXPECT_EQ("", invalid2.username());
EXPECT_EQ("", invalid2.password());
EXPECT_EQ("", invalid2.host());
EXPECT_EQ("", invalid2.port());
EXPECT_EQ(PORT_UNSPECIFIED, invalid2.IntPort());
EXPECT_EQ("", invalid2.path());
EXPECT_EQ("", invalid2.query());
EXPECT_EQ("", invalid2.ref());
}
// This is a regression test for http://crbug.com/309975.
TEST(GURLTest, SelfAssign) {
GURL a("filesystem:http://example.com/temporary/");
// This should not crash.
a = a;
}
TEST(GURLTest, CopyFileSystem) {
GURL url(WStringToUTF16(L"filesystem:https://user:pass@google.com:99/t/foo;bar?q=a#ref"));
GURL url2(url);
EXPECT_TRUE(url2.is_valid());
EXPECT_EQ("filesystem:https://user:pass@google.com:99/t/foo;bar?q=a#ref", url2.spec());
EXPECT_EQ("filesystem", url2.scheme());
EXPECT_EQ("", url2.username());
EXPECT_EQ("", url2.password());
EXPECT_EQ("", url2.host());
EXPECT_EQ("", url2.port());
EXPECT_EQ(PORT_UNSPECIFIED, url2.IntPort());
EXPECT_EQ("/foo;bar", url2.path());
EXPECT_EQ("q=a", url2.query());
EXPECT_EQ("ref", url2.ref());
const GURL* inner = url2.inner_url();
ASSERT_TRUE(inner);
EXPECT_EQ("https", inner->scheme());
EXPECT_EQ("user", inner->username());
EXPECT_EQ("pass", inner->password());
EXPECT_EQ("google.com", inner->host());
EXPECT_EQ("99", inner->port());
EXPECT_EQ(99, inner->IntPort());
EXPECT_EQ("/t", inner->path());
EXPECT_EQ("", inner->query());
EXPECT_EQ("", inner->ref());
}
TEST(GURLTest, IsValid) {
const char* valid_cases[] = {
"http://google.com",
"unknown://google.com",
"http://user:pass@google.com",
"http://google.com:12345",
"http://google.com/path",
"http://google.com//path",
"http://google.com?k=v#fragment",
"http://user:pass@google.com:12345/path?k=v#fragment",
"http:/path",
"http:path",
};
for (size_t i = 0; i < arraysize(valid_cases); i++) {
EXPECT_TRUE(GURL(valid_cases[i]).is_valid())
<< "Case: " << valid_cases[i];
}
const char* invalid_cases[] = {
"http://?k=v",
"http:://google.com",
"http//google.com",
"http://google.com:12three45",
"://google.com",
"path",
};
for (size_t i = 0; i < arraysize(invalid_cases); i++) {
EXPECT_FALSE(GURL(invalid_cases[i]).is_valid())
<< "Case: " << invalid_cases[i];
}
}
TEST(GURLTest, ExtraSlashesBeforeAuthority) {
// According to RFC3986, the hierarchical part for URI with an authority
// must use only two slashes; GURL intentionally just ignores extra slashes
// if there are more than 2, and parses the following part as an authority.
GURL url("http:///host");
EXPECT_EQ("host", url.host());
EXPECT_EQ("/", url.path());
}
// Given an invalid URL, we should still get most of the components.
TEST(GURLTest, ComponentGettersWorkEvenForInvalidURL) {
GURL url("http:google.com:foo");
EXPECT_FALSE(url.is_valid());
EXPECT_EQ("http://google.com:foo/", url.possibly_invalid_spec());
EXPECT_EQ("http", url.scheme());
EXPECT_EQ("", url.username());
EXPECT_EQ("", url.password());
EXPECT_EQ("google.com", url.host());
EXPECT_EQ("foo", url.port());
EXPECT_EQ(PORT_INVALID, url.IntPort());
EXPECT_EQ("/", url.path());
EXPECT_EQ("", url.query());
EXPECT_EQ("", url.ref());
}
TEST(GURLTest, Resolve) {
// The tricky cases for relative URL resolving are tested in the
// canonicalizer unit test. Here, we just test that the GURL integration
// works properly.
struct ResolveCase {
const char* base;
const char* relative;
bool expected_valid;
const char* expected;
} resolve_cases[] = {
{"http://www.google.com/", "foo.html", true, "http://www.google.com/foo.html"},
{"http://www.google.com/foo/", "bar", true, "http://www.google.com/foo/bar"},
{"http://www.google.com/foo/", "/bar", true, "http://www.google.com/bar"},
{"http://www.google.com/foo", "bar", true, "http://www.google.com/bar"},
{"http://www.google.com/", "http://images.google.com/foo.html", true, "http://images.google.com/foo.html"},
{"http://www.google.com/blah/bloo?c#d", "../../../hello/./world.html?a#b", true, "http://www.google.com/hello/world.html?a#b"},
{"http://www.google.com/foo#bar", "#com", true, "http://www.google.com/foo#com"},
{"http://www.google.com/", "Https:images.google.com", true, "https://images.google.com/"},
// A non-standard base can be replaced with a standard absolute URL.
{"data:blahblah", "http://google.com/", true, "http://google.com/"},
{"data:blahblah", "http:google.com", true, "http://google.com/"},
// Filesystem URLs have different paths to test.
{"filesystem:http://www.google.com/type/", "foo.html", true, "filesystem:http://www.google.com/type/foo.html"},
{"filesystem:http://www.google.com/type/", "../foo.html", true, "filesystem:http://www.google.com/type/foo.html"},
};
for (size_t i = 0; i < arraysize(resolve_cases); i++) {
// 8-bit code path.
GURL input(resolve_cases[i].base);
GURL output = input.Resolve(resolve_cases[i].relative);
EXPECT_EQ(resolve_cases[i].expected_valid, output.is_valid()) << i;
EXPECT_EQ(resolve_cases[i].expected, output.spec()) << i;
EXPECT_EQ(output.SchemeIsFileSystem(), output.inner_url() != NULL);
// Wide code path.
GURL inputw(ConvertUTF8ToUTF16(resolve_cases[i].base));
GURL outputw =
input.Resolve(ConvertUTF8ToUTF16(resolve_cases[i].relative));
EXPECT_EQ(resolve_cases[i].expected_valid, outputw.is_valid()) << i;
EXPECT_EQ(resolve_cases[i].expected, outputw.spec()) << i;
EXPECT_EQ(outputw.SchemeIsFileSystem(), outputw.inner_url() != NULL);
}
}
TEST(GURLTest, GetOrigin) {
struct TestCase {
const char* input;
const char* expected;
} cases[] = {
{"http://www.google.com", "http://www.google.com/"},
{"javascript:window.alert(\"hello,world\");", ""},
{"http://user:pass@www.google.com:21/blah#baz", "http://www.google.com:21/"},
{"http://user@www.google.com", "http://www.google.com/"},
{"http://:pass@www.google.com", "http://www.google.com/"},
{"http://:@www.google.com", "http://www.google.com/"},
{"filesystem:http://www.google.com/temp/foo?q#b", "http://www.google.com/"},
{"filesystem:http://user:pass@google.com:21/blah#baz", "http://google.com:21/"},
};
for (size_t i = 0; i < arraysize(cases); i++) {
GURL url(cases[i].input);
GURL origin = url.GetOrigin();
EXPECT_EQ(cases[i].expected, origin.spec());
}
}
TEST(GURLTest, GetAsReferrer) {
struct TestCase {
const char* input;
const char* expected;
} cases[] = {
{"http://www.google.com", "http://www.google.com/"},
{"http://user:pass@www.google.com:21/blah#baz", "http://www.google.com:21/blah"},
{"http://user@www.google.com", "http://www.google.com/"},
{"http://:pass@www.google.com", "http://www.google.com/"},
{"http://:@www.google.com", "http://www.google.com/"},
{"http://www.google.com/temp/foo?q#b", "http://www.google.com/temp/foo?q"},
{"not a url", ""},
{"unknown-scheme://foo.html", ""},
{"file:///tmp/test.html", ""},
{"https://www.google.com", "https://www.google.com/"},
};
for (size_t i = 0; i < arraysize(cases); i++) {
GURL url(cases[i].input);
GURL origin = url.GetAsReferrer();
EXPECT_EQ(cases[i].expected, origin.spec());
}
}
TEST(GURLTest, GetWithEmptyPath) {
struct TestCase {
const char* input;
const char* expected;
} cases[] = {
{"http://www.google.com", "http://www.google.com/"},
{"javascript:window.alert(\"hello, world\");", ""},
{"http://www.google.com/foo/bar.html?baz=22", "http://www.google.com/"},
{"filesystem:http://www.google.com/temporary/bar.html?baz=22", "filesystem:http://www.google.com/temporary/"},
{"filesystem:file:///temporary/bar.html?baz=22", "filesystem:file:///temporary/"},
};
for (size_t i = 0; i < arraysize(cases); i++) {
GURL url(cases[i].input);
GURL empty_path = url.GetWithEmptyPath();
EXPECT_EQ(cases[i].expected, empty_path.spec());
}
}
TEST(GURLTest, Replacements) {
// The URL canonicalizer replacement test will handle most of these case.
// The most important thing to do here is to check that the proper
// canonicalizer gets called based on the scheme of the input.
struct ReplaceCase {
const char* base;
const char* scheme;
const char* username;
const char* password;
const char* host;
const char* port;
const char* path;
const char* query;
const char* ref;
const char* expected;
} replace_cases[] = {
{"http://www.google.com/foo/bar.html?foo#bar", NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL,
NULL, "/", "", "", "http://www.google.com/"},
{"http://www.google.com/foo/bar.html?foo#bar", "javascript", "", "", "",
"", "window.open('foo');", "", "", "javascript:window.open('foo');"},
{"file:///C:/foo/bar.txt", "http", NULL, NULL, "www.google.com", "99",
"/foo", "search", "ref", "http://www.google.com:99/foo?search#ref"},
#ifdef WIN32
{"http://www.google.com/foo/bar.html?foo#bar", "file", "", "", "", "",
"c:\\", "", "", "file:///C:/"},
#endif
{"filesystem:http://www.google.com/foo/bar.html?foo#bar", NULL, NULL,
NULL, NULL, NULL, "/", "", "", "filesystem:http://www.google.com/foo/"},
// Lengthen the URL instead of shortening it, to test creation of
// inner_url.
{"filesystem:http://www.google.com/foo/", NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL,
"bar.html", "foo", "bar",
"filesystem:http://www.google.com/foo/bar.html?foo#bar"},
};
for (size_t i = 0; i < arraysize(replace_cases); i++) {
const ReplaceCase& cur = replace_cases[i];
GURL url(cur.base);
GURL::Replacements repl;
SetupReplacement(&GURL::Replacements::SetScheme, &repl, cur.scheme);
SetupReplacement(&GURL::Replacements::SetUsername, &repl, cur.username);
SetupReplacement(&GURL::Replacements::SetPassword, &repl, cur.password);
SetupReplacement(&GURL::Replacements::SetHost, &repl, cur.host);
SetupReplacement(&GURL::Replacements::SetPort, &repl, cur.port);
SetupReplacement(&GURL::Replacements::SetPath, &repl, cur.path);
SetupReplacement(&GURL::Replacements::SetQuery, &repl, cur.query);
SetupReplacement(&GURL::Replacements::SetRef, &repl, cur.ref);
GURL output = url.ReplaceComponents(repl);
EXPECT_EQ(replace_cases[i].expected, output.spec());
EXPECT_EQ(output.SchemeIsFileSystem(), output.inner_url() != NULL);
if (output.SchemeIsFileSystem()) {
// TODO(mmenke): inner_url()->spec() is currently the same as the spec()
// for the GURL itself. This should be fixed.
// See https://crbug.com/619596
EXPECT_EQ(replace_cases[i].expected, output.inner_url()->spec());
}
}
}
TEST(GURLTest, ClearFragmentOnDataUrl) {
// http://crbug.com/291747 - a data URL may legitimately have trailing
// whitespace in the spec after the ref is cleared. Test this does not trigger
// the Parsed importing validation DCHECK in GURL.
GURL url(" data: one ? two # three ");
// By default the trailing whitespace will have been stripped.
EXPECT_EQ("data: one ? two # three", url.spec());
GURL::Replacements repl;
repl.ClearRef();
GURL url_no_ref = url.ReplaceComponents(repl);
EXPECT_EQ("data: one ? two ", url_no_ref.spec());
// Importing a parsed URL via this constructor overload will retain trailing
// whitespace.
GURL import_url(url_no_ref.spec(),
url_no_ref.parsed_for_possibly_invalid_spec(),
url_no_ref.is_valid());
EXPECT_EQ(url_no_ref, import_url);
EXPECT_EQ(import_url.query(), " two ");
}
TEST(GURLTest, PathForRequest) {
struct TestCase {
const char* input;
const char* expected;
const char* inner_expected;
} cases[] = {
{"http://www.google.com", "/", NULL},
{"http://www.google.com/", "/", NULL},
{"http://www.google.com/foo/bar.html?baz=22", "/foo/bar.html?baz=22", NULL},
{"http://www.google.com/foo/bar.html#ref", "/foo/bar.html", NULL},
{"http://www.google.com/foo/bar.html?query#ref", "/foo/bar.html?query", NULL},
{"filesystem:http://www.google.com/temporary/foo/bar.html?query#ref", "/foo/bar.html?query", "/temporary"},
{"filesystem:http://www.google.com/temporary/foo/bar.html?query", "/foo/bar.html?query", "/temporary"},
};
for (size_t i = 0; i < arraysize(cases); i++) {
GURL url(cases[i].input);
std::string path_request = url.PathForRequest();
EXPECT_EQ(cases[i].expected, path_request);
EXPECT_EQ(cases[i].inner_expected == NULL, url.inner_url() == NULL);
if (url.inner_url() && cases[i].inner_expected)
EXPECT_EQ(cases[i].inner_expected, url.inner_url()->PathForRequest());
}
}
TEST(GURLTest, EffectiveIntPort) {
struct PortTest {
const char* spec;
int expected_int_port;
} port_tests[] = {
// http
{"http://www.google.com/", 80},
{"http://www.google.com:80/", 80},
{"http://www.google.com:443/", 443},
// https
{"https://www.google.com/", 443},
{"https://www.google.com:443/", 443},
{"https://www.google.com:80/", 80},
// ftp
{"ftp://www.google.com/", 21},
{"ftp://www.google.com:21/", 21},
{"ftp://www.google.com:80/", 80},
// gopher
{"gopher://www.google.com/", 70},
{"gopher://www.google.com:70/", 70},
{"gopher://www.google.com:80/", 80},
// file - no port
{"file://www.google.com/", PORT_UNSPECIFIED},
{"file://www.google.com:443/", PORT_UNSPECIFIED},
// data - no port
{"data:www.google.com:90", PORT_UNSPECIFIED},
{"data:www.google.com", PORT_UNSPECIFIED},
// filesystem - no port
{"filesystem:http://www.google.com:90/t/foo", PORT_UNSPECIFIED},
{"filesystem:file:///t/foo", PORT_UNSPECIFIED},
};
for (size_t i = 0; i < arraysize(port_tests); i++) {
GURL url(port_tests[i].spec);
EXPECT_EQ(port_tests[i].expected_int_port, url.EffectiveIntPort());
}
}
TEST(GURLTest, IPAddress) {
struct IPTest {
const char* spec;
bool expected_ip;
} ip_tests[] = {
{"http://www.google.com/", false},
{"http://192.168.9.1/", true},
{"http://192.168.9.1.2/", false},
{"http://192.168.m.1/", false},
{"http://2001:db8::1/", false},
{"http://[2001:db8::1]/", true},
{"", false},
{"some random input!", false},
};
for (size_t i = 0; i < arraysize(ip_tests); i++) {
GURL url(ip_tests[i].spec);
EXPECT_EQ(ip_tests[i].expected_ip, url.HostIsIPAddress());
}
}
TEST(GURLTest, HostNoBrackets) {
struct TestCase {
const char* input;
const char* expected_host;
const char* expected_plainhost;
} cases[] = {
{"http://www.google.com", "www.google.com", "www.google.com"},
{"http://[2001:db8::1]/", "[2001:db8::1]", "2001:db8::1"},
{"http://[::]/", "[::]", "::"},
// Don't require a valid URL, but don't crash either.
{"http://[]/", "[]", ""},
{"http://[x]/", "[x]", "x"},
{"http://[x/", "[x", "[x"},
{"http://x]/", "x]", "x]"},
{"http://[/", "[", "["},
{"http://]/", "]", "]"},
{"", "", ""},
};
for (size_t i = 0; i < arraysize(cases); i++) {
GURL url(cases[i].input);
EXPECT_EQ(cases[i].expected_host, url.host());
EXPECT_EQ(cases[i].expected_plainhost, url.HostNoBrackets());
}
}
TEST(GURLTest, DomainIs) {
GURL url_1("http://google.com/foo");
EXPECT_TRUE(url_1.DomainIs("google.com"));
// Subdomain and port are ignored.
GURL url_2("http://www.google.com:99/foo");
EXPECT_TRUE(url_2.DomainIs("google.com"));
// Different top-level domain.
GURL url_3("http://www.google.com.cn/foo");
EXPECT_FALSE(url_3.DomainIs("google.com"));
// Different host name.
GURL url_4("http://www.iamnotgoogle.com/foo");
EXPECT_FALSE(url_4.DomainIs("google.com"));
// The input must be lower-cased otherwise DomainIs returns false.
GURL url_5("http://www.google.com/foo");
EXPECT_FALSE(url_5.DomainIs("Google.com"));
// If the URL is invalid, DomainIs returns false.
GURL invalid_url("google.com");
EXPECT_FALSE(invalid_url.is_valid());
EXPECT_FALSE(invalid_url.DomainIs("google.com"));
}
TEST(GURLTest, DomainIsTerminatingDotBehavior) {
// If the host part ends with a dot, it matches input domains
// with or without a dot.
GURL url_with_dot("http://www.google.com./foo");
EXPECT_TRUE(url_with_dot.DomainIs("google.com"));
EXPECT_TRUE(url_with_dot.DomainIs("google.com."));
EXPECT_TRUE(url_with_dot.DomainIs(".com"));
EXPECT_TRUE(url_with_dot.DomainIs(".com."));
// But, if the host name doesn't end with a dot and the input
// domain does, then it's considered to not match.
GURL url_without_dot("http://google.com/foo");
EXPECT_FALSE(url_without_dot.DomainIs("google.com."));
// If the URL ends with two dots, it doesn't match.
GURL url_with_two_dots("http://www.google.com../foo");
EXPECT_FALSE(url_with_two_dots.DomainIs("google.com"));
}
TEST(GURLTest, DomainIsWithFilesystemScheme) {
GURL url_1("filesystem:http://www.google.com:99/foo/");
EXPECT_TRUE(url_1.DomainIs("google.com"));
GURL url_2("filesystem:http://www.iamnotgoogle.com/foo/");
EXPECT_FALSE(url_2.DomainIs("google.com"));
}
// Newlines should be stripped from inputs.
TEST(GURLTest, Newlines) {
// Constructor.
GURL url_1(" \t ht\ntp://\twww.goo\rgle.com/as\ndf \n ");
EXPECT_EQ("http://www.google.com/asdf", url_1.spec());
// Relative path resolver.
GURL url_2 = url_1.Resolve(" \n /fo\to\r ");
EXPECT_EQ("http://www.google.com/foo", url_2.spec());
// Note that newlines are NOT stripped from ReplaceComponents.
}
TEST(GURLTest, IsStandard) {
GURL a("http:foo/bar");
EXPECT_TRUE(a.IsStandard());
GURL b("foo:bar/baz");
EXPECT_FALSE(b.IsStandard());
GURL c("foo://bar/baz");
EXPECT_FALSE(c.IsStandard());
GURL d("cid:bar@baz");
EXPECT_FALSE(d.IsStandard());
}
TEST(GURLTest, SchemeIsHTTPOrHTTPS) {
EXPECT_TRUE(GURL("http://bar/").SchemeIsHTTPOrHTTPS());
EXPECT_TRUE(GURL("HTTPS://BAR").SchemeIsHTTPOrHTTPS());
EXPECT_FALSE(GURL("ftp://bar/").SchemeIsHTTPOrHTTPS());
}
TEST(GURLTest, SchemeIsWSOrWSS) {
EXPECT_TRUE(GURL("WS://BAR/").SchemeIsWSOrWSS());
EXPECT_TRUE(GURL("wss://bar/").SchemeIsWSOrWSS());
EXPECT_FALSE(GURL("http://bar/").SchemeIsWSOrWSS());
}
TEST(GURLTest, SchemeIsCryptographic) {
EXPECT_TRUE(GURL("https://foo.bar.com/").SchemeIsCryptographic());
EXPECT_TRUE(GURL("HTTPS://foo.bar.com/").SchemeIsCryptographic());
EXPECT_TRUE(GURL("HtTpS://foo.bar.com/").SchemeIsCryptographic());
EXPECT_TRUE(GURL("wss://foo.bar.com/").SchemeIsCryptographic());
EXPECT_TRUE(GURL("WSS://foo.bar.com/").SchemeIsCryptographic());
EXPECT_TRUE(GURL("WsS://foo.bar.com/").SchemeIsCryptographic());
EXPECT_TRUE(GURL("https-so://foo.bar.com/").SchemeIsCryptographic());
EXPECT_TRUE(GURL("HTTPS-SO://foo.bar.com/").SchemeIsCryptographic());
EXPECT_TRUE(GURL("HtTpS-So://foo.bar.com/").SchemeIsCryptographic());
EXPECT_FALSE(GURL("http://foo.bar.com/").SchemeIsCryptographic());
EXPECT_FALSE(GURL("ws://foo.bar.com/").SchemeIsCryptographic());
EXPECT_FALSE(GURL("http-so://foo.bar.com/").SchemeIsCryptographic());
}
TEST(GURLTest, SchemeIsBlob) {
EXPECT_TRUE(GURL("BLOB://BAR/").SchemeIsBlob());
EXPECT_TRUE(GURL("blob://bar/").SchemeIsBlob());
EXPECT_FALSE(GURL("http://bar/").SchemeIsBlob());
}
TEST(GURLTest, SchemeIsSuborigin) {
EXPECT_TRUE(GURL("http-so://foo.bar.com/").SchemeIsSuborigin());
EXPECT_TRUE(GURL("HTTP-SO://foo.bar.com/").SchemeIsSuborigin());
EXPECT_TRUE(GURL("HtTp-So://foo.bar.com/").SchemeIsSuborigin());
EXPECT_FALSE(GURL("http://foo.bar.com/").SchemeIsSuborigin());
EXPECT_TRUE(GURL("https-so://foo.bar.com/").SchemeIsSuborigin());
EXPECT_TRUE(GURL("HTTPS-SO://foo.bar.com/").SchemeIsSuborigin());
EXPECT_TRUE(GURL("HtTpS-So://foo.bar.com/").SchemeIsSuborigin());
EXPECT_FALSE(GURL("https://foo.bar.com/").SchemeIsSuborigin());
}
TEST(GURLTest, ContentAndPathForNonStandardURLs) {
struct TestCase {
const char* url;
const char* expected;
} cases[] = {
{"null", ""},
{"not-a-standard-scheme:this is arbitrary content",
"this is arbitrary content"},
{"view-source:http://example.com/path", "http://example.com/path"},
{"blob:http://example.com/GUID", "http://example.com/GUID"},
{"blob://http://example.com/GUID", "//http://example.com/GUID"},
{"blob:http://user:password@example.com/GUID",
"http://user:password@example.com/GUID"},
// TODO(mkwst): This seems like a bug. https://crbug.com/513600
{"filesystem:http://example.com/path", "/"},
};
for (const auto& test : cases) {
GURL url(test.url);
EXPECT_EQ(test.expected, url.path()) << test.url;
EXPECT_EQ(test.expected, url.GetContent()) << test.url;
}
}
} // namespace url