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<!DOCTYPE HTML>
<html>
<head>
  <title>Test for notifications</title>
  <script src="/tests/SimpleTest/SimpleTest.js"></script>
  <script src="/tests/SimpleTest/ExtensionTestUtils.js"></script>
  <script type="text/javascript" src="head_notifications.js"></script>
  <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/tests/SimpleTest/test.css"/>
</head>
<body>

<script type="text/javascript">
"use strict";

// A 1x1 PNG image.
// Source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:1x1.png (Public Domain)
let image = atob("iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAAAEAAAABAQMAAAAl21bKAAAAA1BMVEUAA" +
                 "ACnej3aAAAAAXRSTlMAQObYZgAAAApJREFUCNdjYAAAAAIAAeIhvDMAAAAASUVORK5CYII=");
const IMAGE_ARRAYBUFFER = Uint8Array.from(image, byte => byte.charCodeAt(0)).buffer;

add_task(async function setup_mock_alert_service() {
  await MockAlertsService.register();
});

add_task(async function test_notification() {
  async function background() {
    let opts = {
      type: "basic",
      title: "Testing Notification",
      message: "Carry on",
    };

    let id = await browser.notifications.create(opts);

    browser.test.sendMessage("running", id);
    browser.test.notifyPass("background test passed");
  }

  let extension = ExtensionTestUtils.loadExtension({
    manifest: {
      permissions: ["notifications"],
    },
    background,
  });
  await extension.startup();
  let x = await extension.awaitMessage("running");
  is(x, "0", "got correct id from notifications.create");
  await extension.awaitFinish();
  await extension.unload();
});

add_task(async function test_notification_events() {
  async function background() {
    let opts = {
      type: "basic",
      title: "Testing Notification",
      message: "Carry on",
    };

    let createdId = "98";

    // Test an ignored listener.
    browser.notifications.onButtonClicked.addListener(function() {});

    // We cannot test onClicked listener without a mock
    // but we can attempt to add a listener.
    browser.notifications.onClicked.addListener(async function(id) {
      browser.test.assertEq(createdId, id, "onClicked has the expected ID");
      browser.test.sendMessage("notification-event", "clicked");
    });

    browser.notifications.onShown.addListener(async function listener(id) {
      browser.test.assertEq(createdId, id, "onShown has the expected ID");
      browser.test.sendMessage("notification-event", "shown");
    });

    browser.test.onMessage.addListener(async function(msg, expectedCount) {
      if (msg === "create-again") {
        let newId = await browser.notifications.create(createdId, opts);
        browser.test.assertEq(createdId, newId, "create returned the expected id.");
        browser.test.sendMessage("notification-created-twice");
      } else if (msg === "check-count") {
        let notifications = await browser.notifications.getAll();
        let ids = Object.keys(notifications);
        browser.test.assertEq(expectedCount, ids.length, `getAll() = ${ids}`);
        browser.test.sendMessage("check-count-result");
      }
    });

    // Test onClosed listener.
    browser.notifications.onClosed.addListener(function listener(id) {
      browser.test.assertEq(createdId, id, "onClosed received the expected id.");
      browser.test.sendMessage("notification-event", "closed");
    });

    await browser.notifications.create(createdId, opts);

    browser.test.sendMessage("notification-created-once");
  }

  let extension = ExtensionTestUtils.loadExtension({
    manifest: {
      permissions: ["notifications"],
    },
    background,
  });

  await extension.startup();

  async function waitForNotificationEvent(name) {
    info(`Waiting for notification event: ${name}`);
    is(name, await extension.awaitMessage("notification-event"),
       "Expected notification event");
  }
  async function checkNotificationCount(expectedCount) {
    extension.sendMessage("check-count", expectedCount);
    await extension.awaitMessage("check-count-result");
  }

  await extension.awaitMessage("notification-created-once");
  await waitForNotificationEvent("shown");
  await checkNotificationCount(1);

  // On most platforms, clicking the notification closes it.
  // But on macOS, the notification can repeatedly be clicked without closing.
  await MockAlertsService.clickNotificationsWithoutClose();
  await waitForNotificationEvent("clicked");
  await checkNotificationCount(1);
  await MockAlertsService.clickNotificationsWithoutClose();
  await waitForNotificationEvent("clicked");
  await checkNotificationCount(1);
  await MockAlertsService.clickNotifications();
  await waitForNotificationEvent("clicked");
  await waitForNotificationEvent("closed");
  await checkNotificationCount(0);

  extension.sendMessage("create-again");
  await extension.awaitMessage("notification-created-twice");
  await waitForNotificationEvent("shown");
  await checkNotificationCount(1);

  await MockAlertsService.closeNotifications();
  await waitForNotificationEvent("closed");
  await checkNotificationCount(0);

  await extension.unload();
});

add_task(async function test_notification_clear() {
  function background() {
    let opts = {
      type: "basic",
      title: "Testing Notification",
      message: "Carry on",
    };

    let createdId = "99";

    browser.notifications.onShown.addListener(async id => {
      browser.test.assertEq(createdId, id, "onShown received the expected id.");
      let wasCleared = await browser.notifications.clear(id);
      browser.test.assertTrue(wasCleared, "notifications.clear returned true.");
    });

    browser.notifications.onClosed.addListener(id => {
      browser.test.assertEq(createdId, id, "onClosed received the expected id.");
      browser.test.notifyPass("background test passed");
    });

    browser.notifications.create(createdId, opts);
  }

  let extension = ExtensionTestUtils.loadExtension({
    manifest: {
      permissions: ["notifications"],
    },
    background,
  });

  await extension.startup();
  await extension.awaitFinish();
  await extension.unload();
});

add_task(async function test_notifications_empty_getAll() {
  async function background() {
    let notifications = await browser.notifications.getAll();

    browser.test.assertEq("object", typeof notifications, "getAll() returned an object");
    browser.test.assertEq(0, Object.keys(notifications).length, "the object has no properties");
    browser.test.notifyPass("getAll empty");
  }

  let extension = ExtensionTestUtils.loadExtension({
    manifest: {
      permissions: ["notifications"],
    },
    background,
  });
  await extension.startup();
  await extension.awaitFinish("getAll empty");
  await extension.unload();
});

add_task(async function test_notifications_populated_getAll() {
  async function background() {
    let opts = {
      type: "basic",
      iconUrl: "a.png",
      title: "Testing Notification",
      message: "Carry on",
    };

    await browser.notifications.create("p1", opts);
    await browser.notifications.create("p2", opts);
    let notifications = await browser.notifications.getAll();

    browser.test.assertEq("object", typeof notifications, "getAll() returned an object");
    browser.test.assertEq(2, Object.keys(notifications).length, "the object has 2 properties");

    for (let notificationId of ["p1", "p2"]) {
      for (let key of Object.keys(opts)) {
        browser.test.assertEq(
          opts[key],
          notifications[notificationId][key],
          `the notification has the expected value for option: ${key}`
        );
      }
    }

    browser.test.notifyPass("getAll populated");
  }

  let extension = ExtensionTestUtils.loadExtension({
    manifest: {
      permissions: ["notifications"],
    },
    background,
    files: {
      "a.png": IMAGE_ARRAYBUFFER,
    },
  });
  await extension.startup();
  await extension.awaitFinish("getAll populated");
  await extension.unload();
});

add_task(async function test_buttons_unsupported() {
  function background() {
    let opts = {
      type: "basic",
      title: "Testing Notification",
      message: "Carry on",
      buttons: [{title: "Button title"}],
    };

    let exception = {};
    try {
      browser.notifications.create(opts);
    } catch (e) {
      exception = e;
    }

    browser.test.assertTrue(
      String(exception).includes('Property "buttons" is unsupported by Firefox'),
      "notifications.create with buttons option threw an expected exception"
    );
    browser.test.notifyPass("buttons-unsupported");
  }

  let extension = ExtensionTestUtils.loadExtension({
    manifest: {
      permissions: ["notifications"],
    },
    background,
  });
  await extension.startup();
  await extension.awaitFinish("buttons-unsupported");
  await extension.unload();
});

add_task(async function test_notifications_different_contexts() {
  async function background() {
    let opts = {
      type: "basic",
      title: "Testing Notification",
      message: "Carry on",
    };

    let id = await browser.notifications.create(opts);

    browser.runtime.onMessage.addListener(async (message, sender) => {
      await browser.tabs.remove(sender.tab.id);

      // We should be able to clear the notification after creating and
      // destroying the tab.html page.
      let wasCleared = await browser.notifications.clear(id);
      browser.test.assertTrue(wasCleared, "The notification was cleared.");
      browser.test.notifyPass("notifications");
    });

    browser.tabs.create({url: browser.runtime.getURL("/tab.html")});
  }

  async function tabScript() {
    // We should be able to see the notification created in the background page
    // in this page.
    let notifications = await browser.notifications.getAll();
    browser.test.assertEq(1, Object.keys(notifications).length,
                          "One notification found.");
    browser.runtime.sendMessage("continue-test");
  }

  let extension = ExtensionTestUtils.loadExtension({
    manifest: {
      permissions: ["notifications"],
    },
    background,
    files: {
      "tab.js": tabScript,
      "tab.html": `<!DOCTYPE html><html><head>
        <meta charset="utf-8">
        <script src="tab.js"><\/script>
      </head></html>`,
    },
  });

  await extension.startup();
  await extension.awaitFinish("notifications");
  await extension.unload();
});

add_task(async function teardown_mock_alert_service() {
  await MockAlertsService.unregister();
});

</script>

</body>
</html>