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// Copyright 2016 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 "core/xml/XPathFunctions.h"
#include "core/dom/Document.h"
#include "core/xml/XPathExpressionNode.h" // EvaluationContext
#include "core/xml/XPathPredicate.h" // Number, StringExpression
#include "core/xml/XPathValue.h"
#include "platform/heap/Handle.h" // HeapVector, Member, etc.
#include "platform/wtf/Allocator.h"
#include "testing/gtest/include/gtest/gtest.h"
#include <cmath>
#include <limits>
namespace blink {
namespace {
class XPathContext {
STACK_ALLOCATED();
public:
XPathContext() : document_(Document::CreateForTest()), context_(*document_) {}
XPath::EvaluationContext& Context() { return context_; }
Document& GetDocument() { return *document_; }
private:
const Member<Document> document_;
XPath::EvaluationContext context_;
};
using XPathArguments = HeapVector<Member<XPath::Expression>>;
static String Substring(XPathArguments& args) {
XPathContext xpath;
XPath::Expression* call = XPath::CreateFunction("substring", args);
XPath::Value result = call->Evaluate(xpath.Context());
return result.ToString();
}
static String Substring(const char* string, double pos) {
XPathArguments args;
args.push_back(new XPath::StringExpression(string));
args.push_back(new XPath::Number(pos));
return Substring(args);
}
static String Substring(const char* string, double pos, double len) {
XPathArguments args;
args.push_back(new XPath::StringExpression(string));
args.push_back(new XPath::Number(pos));
args.push_back(new XPath::Number(len));
return Substring(args);
}
} // namespace
TEST(XPathFunctionsTest, substring_specExamples) {
EXPECT_EQ(" car", Substring("motor car", 6.0))
<< "should select characters staring at position 6 to the end";
EXPECT_EQ("ada", Substring("metadata", 4.0, 3.0))
<< "should select characters at 4 <= position < 7";
EXPECT_EQ("234", Substring("123456", 1.5, 2.6))
<< "should select characters at 2 <= position < 5";
EXPECT_EQ("12", Substring("12345", 0.0, 3.0))
<< "should select characters at 0 <= position < 3; note the first "
"position is 1 so this is characters in position 1 and 2";
EXPECT_EQ("", Substring("12345", 5.0, -3.0))
<< "no characters should have 5 <= position < 2";
EXPECT_EQ("1", Substring("12345", -3.0, 5.0))
<< "should select characters at -3 <= position < 2; since the first "
"position is 1, this is the character at position 1";
EXPECT_EQ("", Substring("12345", NAN, 3.0))
<< "should select no characters since NaN <= position is always false";
EXPECT_EQ("", Substring("12345", 1.0, NAN))
<< "should select no characters since position < 1. + NaN is always "
"false";
EXPECT_EQ("12345",
Substring("12345", -42, std::numeric_limits<double>::infinity()))
<< "should select characters at -42 <= position < Infinity, which is all "
"of them";
EXPECT_EQ("", Substring("12345", -std::numeric_limits<double>::infinity(),
std::numeric_limits<double>::infinity()))
<< "since -Inf+Inf is NaN, should select no characters since position "
"< NaN is always false";
}
TEST(XPathFunctionsTest, substring_emptyString) {
EXPECT_EQ("", Substring("", 0.0, 1.0))
<< "substring of an empty string should be the empty string";
}
TEST(XPathFunctionsTest, substring) {
EXPECT_EQ("hello", Substring("well hello there", 6.0, 5.0));
}
TEST(XPathFunctionsTest, substring_negativePosition) {
EXPECT_EQ("hello", Substring("hello, world!", -4.0, 10.0))
<< "negative start positions should impinge on the result length";
// Try to underflow the length adjustment for negative positions.
EXPECT_EQ("", Substring("hello", std::numeric_limits<long>::min() + 1, 1.0));
}
TEST(XPathFunctionsTest, substring_negativeLength) {
EXPECT_EQ("", Substring("hello, world!", 1.0, -3.0))
<< "negative lengths should result in an empty string";
EXPECT_EQ("", Substring("foo", std::numeric_limits<long>::min(), 1.0))
<< "large (but long representable) negative position should result in "
<< "an empty string";
}
TEST(XPathFunctionsTest, substring_extremePositionLength) {
EXPECT_EQ("", Substring("no way", 1e100, 7.0))
<< "extremely large positions should result in the empty string";
EXPECT_EQ("no way", Substring("no way", -1e200, 1e300))
<< "although these indices are not representable as long, this should "
<< "produce the string because indices are computed as doubles";
}
} // namespace blink