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# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
# file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.

from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function
from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function

import mozunit
import pytest



@pytest.fixture
def parse(get_reftest, normalize):
    output = pytest.importorskip("output")


    reftest, options = get_reftest(tests=["dummy"])
    reftest._populate_logger(options)
    reftest.outputHandler = output.OutputHandler(
    reftest.outputHandler = output.OutputHandler(
        reftest.log, options.utilityPath, options.symbolsPath)

    def resolve(path):
        path = normalize(path)
        return "file://{}".format(path)
        return "file://{}".format(path)

    def inner(*manifests):
        assert len(manifests) > 0
        manifests = {m: (None, "id") for m in map(resolve, manifests)}
        return reftest.getActiveTests(manifests, options)
        return reftest.getActiveTests(manifests, options)

    return inner


def test_parse_test_types(parse):
def test_parse_test_types(parse):
    tests = parse('types.list')
    assert tests[0]['type'] == '=='
    assert tests[1]['type'] == '!='
    assert tests[2]['type'] == 'load'
    assert tests[2]['type'] == 'load'
    assert tests[3]['type'] == 'script'
    assert tests[4]['type'] == 'print'


def test_parse_failure_type_interactions(parse):
def test_parse_failure_type_interactions(parse):
    """Tests interactions between skip and fails."""
    tests = parse('failure-type-interactions.list')
    for t in tests:
        if 'skip' in t['name']:
            assert t['skip']
            assert t['skip']
        else:
            assert not t['skip']

        # 0 => EXPECTED_PASS, 1 => EXPECTED_FAIL
        if 'fails' in t['name']:
        if 'fails' in t['name']:
            assert t['expected'] == 1
        else:
            assert t['expected'] == 0



def test_parse_invalid_manifests(parse):
    # XXX We should assert that the output contains the appropriate error
    # message, but we seem to be hitting an issue in pytest that is preventing
    # us from capturing the Gecko output with the capfd fixture. See:
    # https://github.com/pytest-dev/pytest/issues/5997
    # https://github.com/pytest-dev/pytest/issues/5997
    with pytest.raises(SystemExit):
        parse('invalid-defaults.list')

    with pytest.raises(SystemExit):
        parse('invalid-defaults-include.list')
        parse('invalid-defaults-include.list')

    with pytest.raises(SystemExit):
    with pytest.raises(SystemExit):
        parse('invalid-include.list')



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