Commit b5f6a5f9 authored by Kamil Trzcinski's avatar Kamil Trzcinski

Add Chain::Command specs

parent 865341ac
......@@ -46,7 +46,7 @@ module Gitlab
end
def before_sha
before_sha || checkout_sha || Gitlab::Git::BLANK_SHA
self[:before_sha] || checkout_sha || Gitlab::Git::BLANK_SHA
end
def protected_ref?
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require 'spec_helper'
describe Gitlab::Ci::Pipeline::Chain::Command do
set(:project) { create(:project, :repository) }
describe '#initialize' do
subject do
described_class.new(origin_ref: 'master')
end
it 'properly initialises object from hash' do
expect(subject.origin_ref).to eq('master')
end
end
context 'handling of origin_ref' do
let(:command) { described_class.new(project: project, origin_ref: origin_ref) }
describe '#branch_exists?' do
subject { command.branch_exists? }
context 'for existing branch' do
let(:origin_ref) { 'master' }
it { is_expected.to eq(true) }
end
context 'for invalid branch' do
let(:origin_ref) { 'something' }
it { is_expected.to eq(false) }
end
end
describe '#tag_exists?' do
subject { command.tag_exists? }
context 'for existing ref' do
let(:origin_ref) { 'v1.0.0' }
it { is_expected.to eq(true) }
end
context 'for invalid ref' do
let(:origin_ref) { 'something' }
it { is_expected.to eq(false) }
end
end
describe '#ref' do
subject { command.ref }
context 'for regular ref' do
let(:origin_ref) { 'master' }
it { is_expected.to eq('master') }
end
context 'for branch ref' do
let(:origin_ref) { 'refs/heads/master' }
it { is_expected.to eq('master') }
end
context 'for tag ref' do
let(:origin_ref) { 'refs/tags/1.0.0' }
it { is_expected.to eq('1.0.0') }
end
context 'for other refs' do
let(:origin_ref) { 'refs/merge-requests/11/head' }
it { is_expected.to eq('refs/merge-requests/11/head') }
end
end
end
describe '#sha' do
subject { command.sha }
context 'when invalid checkout_sha is specified' do
let(:command) { described_class.new(project: project, checkout_sha: 'aaa') }
it 'returns empty value' do
is_expected.to be_nil
end
end
context 'when a valid checkout_sha is specified' do
let(:command) { described_class.new(project: project, checkout_sha: project.commit.id) }
it 'returns checkout_sha' do
is_expected.to eq(project.commit.id)
end
end
context 'when a valid after_sha is specified' do
let(:command) { described_class.new(project: project, after_sha: project.commit.id) }
it 'returns after_sha' do
is_expected.to eq(project.commit.id)
end
end
context 'when a valid origin_ref is specified' do
let(:command) { described_class.new(project: project, origin_ref: 'HEAD') }
it 'returns SHA for given ref' do
is_expected.to eq(project.commit.id)
end
end
end
describe '#origin_sha' do
subject { command.origin_sha }
context 'when using checkout_sha and after_sha' do
let(:command) { described_class.new(project: project, checkout_sha: 'aaa', after_sha: 'bbb') }
it 'uses checkout_sha' do
is_expected.to eq('aaa')
end
end
context 'when using after_sha only' do
let(:command) { described_class.new(project: project, after_sha: 'bbb') }
it 'uses after_sha' do
is_expected.to eq('bbb')
end
end
end
describe '#before_sha' do
subject { command.before_sha }
context 'when using checkout_sha and before_sha' do
let(:command) { described_class.new(project: project, checkout_sha: 'aaa', before_sha: 'bbb') }
it 'uses before_sha' do
is_expected.to eq('bbb')
end
end
context 'when using checkout_sha only' do
let(:command) { described_class.new(project: project, checkout_sha: 'aaa') }
it 'uses checkout_sha' do
is_expected.to eq('aaa')
end
end
context 'when checkout_sha and before_sha are empty' do
let(:command) { described_class.new(project: project) }
it 'uses BLANK_SHA' do
is_expected.to eq(Gitlab::Git::BLANK_SHA)
end
end
end
describe '#protected_ref?' do
let(:command) { described_class.new(project: project, origin_ref: 'my-branch') }
subject { command.protected_ref? }
context 'when a ref is protected' do
before do
expect_any_instance_of(Project).to receive(:protected_for?).with('my-branch').and_return(true)
end
it { is_expected.to eq(true) }
end
context 'when a ref is unprotected' do
before do
expect_any_instance_of(Project).to receive(:protected_for?).with('my-branch').and_return(false)
end
it { is_expected.to eq(false) }
end
end
end
......@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ describe Gitlab::Ci::Pipeline::Chain::Create do
let(:command) do
Gitlab::Ci::Pipeline::Chain::Command.new(
project: project,
current_user: user,seeds_block: nil)
current_user: user, seeds_block: nil)
end
let(:step) { described_class.new(pipeline, command) }
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......@@ -519,21 +519,16 @@ describe Ci::CreatePipelineService do
end
end
context 'when pipelie is running for a tag' do
context 'when pipeline is running for a tag' do
before do
allow_any_instance_of(Repository)
.to receive(:tag_exists?).and_return(false)
allow_any_instance_of(Repository)
.to receive(:tag_exists?).with('refs/tags/mytag').and_return(true)
config = YAML.dump(test: { script: 'test', only: ['branches'] },
deploy: { script: 'deploy', only: ['tags'] })
deploy: { script: 'deploy', only: ['tags'] })
stub_ci_pipeline_yaml_file(config)
end
it 'creates a tagged pipeline' do
pipeline = execute_service(ref: 'mytag')
pipeline = execute_service(ref: 'v1.0.0')
expect(pipeline.tag?).to be true
end
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