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-- | This module provides quickcheck utilities, e.g. arbitrary and show
-- instances, and comparison functions, so we can focus on the actual properties
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-- in the 'Tests.Properties' module.
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--
{-# LANGUAGE CPP, FlexibleInstances, TypeSynonymInstances #-}
{-# OPTIONS_GHC -fno-warn-orphans #-}
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module Tests.QuickCheckUtils
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    (
      genUnicode
    , unsquare
    , smallArbitrary

    , NotEmpty (..)

    , Small (..)
    , small

    , integralRandomR
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    , DecodeErr (..)

    , Stringy (..)
    , eq
    , eqP

    , Encoding (..)
    
    , write_read
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    ) where

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import Control.Arrow (first, (***))
import Control.DeepSeq (NFData (..), deepseq)
import Control.Exception (bracket)
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import Data.Bits ((.&.))
import Data.Char (chr)
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import Data.Word (Word8, Word16)
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import Data.String (IsString, fromString)
import Data.Text.Foreign (I16)
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import Debug.Trace (trace)
import System.Random (Random (..), RandomGen)
import Test.QuickCheck hiding ((.&.))
import Test.QuickCheck.Monadic (assert, monadicIO, run)
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import qualified Data.ByteString as B
import qualified Data.Text as T
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import qualified Data.Text.Encoding.Error as T
import qualified Data.Text.Fusion as TF
import qualified Data.Text.Fusion.Common as TF
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import qualified Data.Text.Lazy as TL
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import qualified Data.Text.Lazy.Fusion as TLF
import qualified Data.Text.Lazy.Internal as TL
import qualified System.IO as IO

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import Tests.Utils
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instance Random I16 where
    randomR = integralRandomR
    random  = randomR (minBound,maxBound)

instance Arbitrary I16 where
    arbitrary     = choose (minBound,maxBound)

instance Arbitrary B.ByteString where
    arbitrary     = B.pack `fmap` arbitrary

genUnicode :: IsString a => Gen a
genUnicode = fmap fromString string where
    string = sized $ \n ->
        do k <- choose (0,n)
           sequence [ char | _ <- [1..k] ]
    
    excluding :: [a -> Bool] -> Gen a -> Gen a
    excluding bad gen = loop
      where
        loop = do
          x <- gen
          if or (map ($ x) bad)
            then loop
            else return x
    
    reserved = [lowSurrogate, highSurrogate, noncharacter]
    lowSurrogate c = c >= 0xDC00 && c <= 0xDFFF
    highSurrogate c = c >= 0xD800 && c <= 0xDBFF
    noncharacter c = masked == 0xFFFE || masked == 0xFFFF
      where
        masked = c .&. 0xFFFF 
    
    ascii = choose (0,0x7F)
    plane0 = choose (0xF0, 0xFFFF)
    plane1 = oneof [ choose (0x10000, 0x10FFF)
                   , choose (0x11000, 0x11FFF)
                   , choose (0x12000, 0x12FFF)
                   , choose (0x13000, 0x13FFF)
                   , choose (0x1D000, 0x1DFFF)
                   , choose (0x1F000, 0x1FFFF)
                   ]
    plane2 = oneof [ choose (0x20000, 0x20FFF)
                   , choose (0x21000, 0x21FFF)
                   , choose (0x22000, 0x22FFF)
                   , choose (0x23000, 0x23FFF)
                   , choose (0x24000, 0x24FFF)
                   , choose (0x25000, 0x25FFF)
                   , choose (0x26000, 0x26FFF)
                   , choose (0x27000, 0x27FFF)
                   , choose (0x28000, 0x28FFF)
                   , choose (0x29000, 0x29FFF)
                   , choose (0x2A000, 0x2AFFF)
                   , choose (0x2B000, 0x2BFFF)
                   , choose (0x2F000, 0x2FFFF)
                   ]
    plane14 = choose (0xE0000, 0xE0FFF)
    planes = [ascii, plane0, plane1, plane2, plane14]
    
    char = chr `fmap` excluding reserved (oneof planes)

-- For tests that have O(n^2) running times or input sizes, resize
-- their inputs to the square root of the originals.
unsquare :: (Arbitrary a, Show a, Testable b) => (a -> b) -> Property
unsquare = forAll smallArbitrary

smallArbitrary :: (Arbitrary a, Show a) => Gen a
smallArbitrary = sized $ \n -> resize (smallish n) arbitrary
  where smallish = round . (sqrt :: Double -> Double) . fromIntegral . abs

instance Arbitrary T.Text where
    arbitrary = T.pack `fmap` arbitrary

instance Arbitrary TL.Text where
    arbitrary = (TL.fromChunks . map notEmpty) `fmap` smallArbitrary

newtype NotEmpty a = NotEmpty { notEmpty :: a }
    deriving (Eq, Ord)

instance Show a => Show (NotEmpty a) where
    show (NotEmpty a) = show a

instance Functor NotEmpty where
    fmap f (NotEmpty a) = NotEmpty (f a)

instance Arbitrary a => Arbitrary (NotEmpty [a]) where
    arbitrary   = sized (\n -> NotEmpty `fmap` (choose (1,n+1) >>= vector))

instance Arbitrary (NotEmpty T.Text) where
    arbitrary   = (fmap T.pack) `fmap` arbitrary

instance Arbitrary (NotEmpty TL.Text) where
    arbitrary   = (fmap TL.pack) `fmap` arbitrary

instance Arbitrary (NotEmpty B.ByteString) where
    arbitrary   = (fmap B.pack) `fmap` arbitrary

data Small = S0  | S1  | S2  | S3  | S4  | S5  | S6  | S7
           | S8  | S9  | S10 | S11 | S12 | S13 | S14 | S15
           | S16 | S17 | S18 | S19 | S20 | S21 | S22 | S23
           | S24 | S25 | S26 | S27 | S28 | S29 | S30 | S31
    deriving (Eq, Ord, Enum, Bounded)

small :: Integral a => Small -> a
small = fromIntegral . fromEnum

intf :: (Int -> Int -> Int) -> Small -> Small -> Small
intf f a b = toEnum ((fromEnum a `f` fromEnum b) `mod` 32)

instance Show Small where
    show = show . fromEnum

instance Read Small where
    readsPrec n = map (first toEnum) . readsPrec n

instance Num Small where
    fromInteger = toEnum . fromIntegral
    signum _ = 1
    abs = id
    (+) = intf (+)
    (-) = intf (-)
    (*) = intf (*)

instance Real Small where
    toRational = toRational . fromEnum

instance Integral Small where
    toInteger = toInteger . fromEnum
    quotRem a b = (toEnum x, toEnum y)
        where (x, y) = fromEnum a `quotRem` fromEnum b

instance Random Small where
    randomR = integralRandomR
    random  = randomR (minBound,maxBound)

instance Arbitrary Small where
    arbitrary     = choose (minBound,maxBound)

integralRandomR :: (Integral a, RandomGen g) => (a,a) -> g -> (a,g)
integralRandomR  (a,b) g = case randomR (fromIntegral a :: Integer,
                                         fromIntegral b :: Integer) g of
                            (x,h) -> (fromIntegral x, h)
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data DecodeErr = DE String T.OnDecodeError

instance Show DecodeErr where
    show (DE d _) = "DE " ++ d

instance Arbitrary DecodeErr where
    arbitrary = oneof [ return $ DE "lenient" T.lenientDecode
                      , return $ DE "ignore" T.ignore
                      , return $ DE "strict" T.strictDecode
                      , DE "replace" `fmap` arbitrary ]

class Stringy s where
    packS    :: String -> s
    unpackS  :: s -> String
    splitAtS :: Int -> s -> (s,s)
    packSChunkSize :: Int -> String -> s
    packSChunkSize _ = packS

instance Stringy String where
    packS    = id
    unpackS  = id
    splitAtS = splitAt

instance Stringy (TF.Stream Char) where
    packS        = TF.streamList
    unpackS      = TF.unstreamList
    splitAtS n s = (TF.take n s, TF.drop n s)

instance Stringy T.Text where
    packS    = T.pack
    unpackS  = T.unpack
    splitAtS = T.splitAt

instance Stringy TL.Text where
    packSChunkSize k = TLF.unstreamChunks k . TF.streamList
    packS    = TL.pack
    unpackS  = TL.unpack
    splitAtS = ((TL.lazyInvariant *** TL.lazyInvariant) .) .
               TL.splitAt . fromIntegral

-- Do two functions give the same answer?
eq :: (Eq a, Show a) => (t -> a) -> (t -> a) -> t -> Bool
eq a b s  = a s =^= b s

-- What about with the RHS packed?
eqP :: (Eq a, Show a, Stringy s) =>
       (String -> a) -> (s -> a) -> String -> Word8 -> Bool
eqP f g s w  = eql "orig" (f s) (g t) &&
               eql "mini" (f s) (g mini) &&
               eql "head" (f sa) (g ta) &&
               eql "tail" (f sb) (g tb)
    where t             = packS s
          mini          = packSChunkSize 10 s
          (sa,sb)       = splitAt m s
          (ta,tb)       = splitAtS m t
          l             = length s
          m | l == 0    = n
            | otherwise = n `mod` l
          n             = fromIntegral w
          eql d a b
            | a =^= b   = True
            | otherwise = trace (d ++ ": " ++ show a ++ " /= " ++ show b) False

-- Work around lack of Show instance for TextEncoding.
data Encoding = E String IO.TextEncoding

instance Show Encoding where show (E n _) = "utf" ++ n

instance Arbitrary Encoding where
    arbitrary = oneof . map return $
      [ E "8" IO.utf8, E "8_bom" IO.utf8_bom, E "16" IO.utf16
      , E "16le" IO.utf16le, E "16be" IO.utf16be, E "32" IO.utf32
      , E "32le" IO.utf32le, E "32be" IO.utf32be
      ]

windowsNewlineMode :: IO.NewlineMode
windowsNewlineMode = IO.NewlineMode
    { IO.inputNL = IO.CRLF, IO.outputNL = IO.CRLF
    }

-- Newline and NewlineMode have standard Show instance from GHC 7 onwards
#if __GLASGOW_HASKELL__ < 700
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instance Show IO.Newline where
    show IO.CRLF = "CRLF"
    show IO.LF   = "LF"
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instance Show IO.NewlineMode where
    show (IO.NewlineMode i o) = "NewlineMode { inputNL = " ++ show i ++
                                ", outputNL = " ++ show o ++ " }"
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# endif

instance Arbitrary IO.NewlineMode where
    arbitrary = oneof . map return $
      [ IO.noNewlineTranslation, IO.universalNewlineMode, IO.nativeNewlineMode
      , windowsNewlineMode
      ]

instance Arbitrary IO.BufferMode where
    arbitrary = oneof [ return IO.NoBuffering,
                        return IO.LineBuffering,
                        return (IO.BlockBuffering Nothing),
                        (IO.BlockBuffering . Just . (+1) . fromIntegral) `fmap`
                        (arbitrary :: Gen Word16) ]

-- This test harness is complex!  What property are we checking?
--
-- Reading after writing a multi-line file should give the same
-- results as were written.
--
-- What do we vary while checking this property?
-- * The lines themselves, scrubbed to contain neither CR nor LF.  (By
--   working with a list of lines, we ensure that the data will
--   sometimes contain line endings.)
-- * Encoding.
-- * Newline translation mode.
-- * Buffering.
write_read :: (NFData a, Eq a)
           => ([b] -> a)
           -> ((Char -> Bool) -> a -> b)
           -> (IO.Handle -> a -> IO ())
           -> (IO.Handle -> IO a)
           -> Encoding
           -> IO.NewlineMode
           -> IO.BufferMode
           -> [a]
           -> Property
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write_read unline filt writer reader (E _ _) nl buf ts =
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    monadicIO $ assert . (==t) =<< run act
  where t = unline . map (filt (not . (`elem` "\r\n"))) $ ts
        act = withTempFile $ \path h -> do
                -- hSetEncoding h enc
                IO.hSetNewlineMode h nl
                IO.hSetBuffering h buf
                () <- writer h t
                IO.hClose h
                bracket (IO.openFile path IO.ReadMode) IO.hClose $ \h' -> do
                  -- hSetEncoding h' enc
                  IO.hSetNewlineMode h' nl
                  IO.hSetBuffering h' buf
                  r <- reader h'
                  r `deepseq` return r