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from __future__ import absolute_import

import os

import mozinfo
import mozinstall
import mozunit
import pytest


@pytest.mark.skipif(
    mozinfo.isWin, reason='Bug 1157352 - New firefox.exe needed for mozinstall 1.12 and higher.')
def test_get_binary(tmpdir, get_installer):
    """Test to retrieve binary from install path."""
    if mozinfo.isLinux:
        installdir = mozinstall.install(get_installer('tar.bz2'), tmpdir.strpath)
        binary = os.path.join(installdir, 'firefox')

        assert mozinstall.get_binary(installdir, 'firefox') == binary

    elif mozinfo.isWin:
        installdir_exe = mozinstall.install(get_installer('exe'), tmpdir.join('exe').strpath)
        binary_exe = os.path.join(installdir_exe, 'core', 'firefox.exe')

        assert mozinstall.get_binary(installdir_exe, 'firefox') == binary_exe

        installdir_zip = mozinstall.install(get_installer('zip'), tmpdir.join('zip').strpath)
        binary_zip = os.path.join(installdir_zip, 'firefox.exe')

        assert mozinstall.get_binary(installdir_zip, 'firefox') == binary_zip

    elif mozinfo.isMac:
        installdir = mozinstall.install(get_installer('dmg'), tmpdir.strpath)
        binary = os.path.join(installdir, 'Contents', 'MacOS', 'firefox')

        assert mozinstall.get_binary(installdir, 'firefox') == binary


def test_get_binary_error(tmpdir):
    """Test that an InvalidBinary error is raised."""
    with pytest.raises(mozinstall.InvalidBinary):
        mozinstall.get_binary(tmpdir.strpath, 'firefox')


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