package Test::DZil 6.023;
# ABSTRACT: tools for testing Dist::Zilla plugins

# BEGIN BOILERPLATE
use v5.20.0;
use warnings;
use utf8;
no feature 'switch';
use experimental qw(postderef postderef_qq); # This experiment gets mainlined.
# END BOILERPLATE

use Params::Util qw(_HASH0);
use JSON::MaybeXS;
use Scalar::Util qw(blessed);
use Test::Deep ();
use YAML::Tiny;

use Sub::Exporter -setup => {
  exports => [
    is_filelist =>
    is_yaml     =>
    is_json     =>
    dist_ini    => \'_dist_ini',
    simple_ini  => \'_simple_ini',
    Builder     =>
    Minter      =>
  ],
  groups  => [ default => [ qw(-all) ] ],
};

use namespace::autoclean -except => 'import';

#pod =head1 DESCRIPTION
#pod
#pod Test::DZil provides routines for writing tests for Dist::Zilla plugins.
#pod
#pod =cut

#pod =func Builder
#pod
#pod =func Minter
#pod
#pod   my $tzil = Builder->from_config(...);
#pod
#pod These return class names that subclass L<Dist::Zilla::Dist::Builder> or
#pod L<Dist::Zilla::Dist::Minter>, respectively, with the L<Dist::Zilla::Tester>
#pod behavior added.
#pod
#pod =cut

sub Builder {
  require Dist::Zilla::Tester;
  Dist::Zilla::Tester::builder();
}

sub Minter {
  require Dist::Zilla::Tester;
  Dist::Zilla::Tester::minter();
}

#pod =func is_filelist
#pod
#pod   is_filelist( \@files_we_have, \@files_we_want, $desc );
#pod
#pod This test assertion compares two arrayrefs of filenames, taking care of slash
#pod normalization and sorting.  C<@files_we_have> may also contain objects that
#pod do L<Dist::Zilla::Role::File>.
#pod
#pod =cut

sub is_filelist {
  my ($have, $want, $comment) = @_;

  my @want = @$want;
  my @have = map { my $str = (blessed $_ and
                              $_->DOES('Dist::Zilla::Role::File'))
                       ? $_->name
                       : $_;
                   $str =~ s{\\}{/}g; $str } @$have;

  local $Test::Builder::Level = $Test::Builder::Level + 1;
  Test::Deep::cmp_bag(\@have, \@want, $comment);
}

#pod =func is_yaml
#pod
#pod   is_yaml( $yaml_string, $want_struct, $comment );
#pod
#pod This test assertion deserializes the given YAML string and does a
#pod C<L<cmp_deeply|Test::Deep/cmp_deeply>>.
#pod
#pod =cut

sub is_yaml {
  my ($yaml, $want, $comment) = @_;

  my $have = YAML::Tiny->read_string($yaml)
    or die "Cannot decode YAML";

  local $Test::Builder::Level = $Test::Builder::Level + 1;
  Test::Deep::cmp_deeply($have->[0], $want, $comment);
}

#pod =func is_json
#pod
#pod   is_json( $json_string, $want_struct, $comment );
#pod
#pod This test assertion deserializes the given JSON string and does a
#pod C<L<cmp_deeply|Test::Deep/cmp_deeply>>.
#pod
#pod =cut

sub is_json {
  my ($json, $want, $comment) = @_;

  my $have = JSON::MaybeXS->new(ascii => 1)->decode($json)
    or die "Cannot decode JSON";

  local $Test::Builder::Level = $Test::Builder::Level + 1;
  Test::Deep::cmp_deeply($have, $want, $comment);
}

sub _build_ini_builder {
  my ($starting_core) = @_;
  $starting_core ||= {};

  sub {
    my (@arg) = @_;
    my $new_core = _HASH0($arg[0]) ? shift(@arg) : {};

    my $core_config = { %$starting_core, %$new_core };

    my $config = '';

    for my $key (sort keys %$core_config) {
      my @values = ref $core_config->{ $key }
                 ? @{ $core_config->{ $key } }
                 : $core_config->{ $key };

      $config .= "$key = $_\n" for grep {defined} @values;
    }

    $config .= "\n" if length $config;

    for my $line (@arg) {
      my @plugin = ref $line ? @$line : ($line, {});
      my $moniker = shift @plugin;
      my $name    = _HASH0($plugin[0]) ? undef : shift @plugin;
      my $payload = shift(@plugin) || {};

      Carp::confess("bogus plugin configuration: too many args") if @plugin;

      $config .= '[' . $moniker;
      $config .= ' / ' . $name if defined $name;
      $config .= "]\n";

      for my $key (sort keys %$payload) {
        my @values = ref $payload->{ $key }
                   ? @{ $payload->{ $key } }
                   : $payload->{ $key };

        $config .= "$key = $_\n" for grep {defined} @values;
      }

      $config .= "\n";
    }

    return $config;
  }
}

#pod =func dist_ini
#pod
#pod   my $ini_text = dist_ini(\%root_config, @plugins);
#pod
#pod This routine returns a string that could be used to populate a simple
#pod F<dist.ini> file.  The C<%root_config> gives data for the "root" section of the
#pod configuration.  To provide a line multiple times, provide an arrayref.  For
#pod example, the root section could read:
#pod
#pod   {
#pod     name   => 'Dist-Sample',
#pod     author => [
#pod       'J. Smith <jsmith@example.com>',
#pod       'Q. Smith <qsmith@example.com>',
#pod     ],
#pod   }
#pod
#pod The root section is optional.
#pod
#pod Plugins can be given in a few ways:
#pod
#pod =begin :list
#pod
#pod = C<"PluginMoniker">
#pod
#pod = C<[ "PluginMoniker" ]>
#pod
#pod These become C<[PluginMoniker]>
#pod
#pod = C<[ "PluginMoniker", "PluginName" ]>
#pod
#pod This becomes C<[PluginMoniker / PluginName]>
#pod
#pod = C<[ "PluginMoniker", { ... } ]>
#pod
#pod = C<[ "PluginMoniker", "PluginName", { ... } ]>
#pod
#pod These use the given hashref as the parameters inside the section, with the same
#pod semantics as the root section.
#pod
#pod =end :list
#pod
#pod =cut

sub _dist_ini {
  _build_ini_builder;
}

#pod =func simple_ini
#pod
#pod This behaves exactly like C<dist_ini>, but it merges any given root config into
#pod a starter config, which means that you can often skip any explicit root config.
#pod The starter config may change slightly over time, but is something like this:
#pod
#pod   {
#pod     name     => 'DZT-Sample',
#pod     abstract => 'Sample DZ Dist',
#pod     version  => '0.001',
#pod     author   => 'E. Xavier Ample <example@example.org>',
#pod     license  => 'Perl_5',
#pod     copyright_holder => 'E. Xavier Ample',
#pod   }
#pod
#pod =cut

sub _simple_ini {
  _build_ini_builder({
    name     => 'DZT-Sample',
    abstract => 'Sample DZ Dist',
    version  => '0.001',
    author   => 'E. Xavier Ample <example@example.org>',
    license  => 'Perl_5',
    copyright_holder => 'E. Xavier Ample',
  });
}

1;

__END__

=pod

=encoding UTF-8

=head1 NAME

Test::DZil - tools for testing Dist::Zilla plugins

=head1 VERSION

version 6.023

=head1 DESCRIPTION

Test::DZil provides routines for writing tests for Dist::Zilla plugins.

=head1 PERL VERSION

This module should work on any version of perl still receiving updates from
the Perl 5 Porters.  This means it should work on any version of perl released
in the last two to three years.  (That is, if the most recently released
version is v5.40, then this module should work on both v5.40 and v5.38.)

Although it may work on older versions of perl, no guarantee is made that the
minimum required version will not be increased.  The version may be increased
for any reason, and there is no promise that patches will be accepted to lower
the minimum required perl.

=head1 FUNCTIONS

=head2 Builder

=head2 Minter

  my $tzil = Builder->from_config(...);

These return class names that subclass L<Dist::Zilla::Dist::Builder> or
L<Dist::Zilla::Dist::Minter>, respectively, with the L<Dist::Zilla::Tester>
behavior added.

=head2 is_filelist

  is_filelist( \@files_we_have, \@files_we_want, $desc );

This test assertion compares two arrayrefs of filenames, taking care of slash
normalization and sorting.  C<@files_we_have> may also contain objects that
do L<Dist::Zilla::Role::File>.

=head2 is_yaml

  is_yaml( $yaml_string, $want_struct, $comment );

This test assertion deserializes the given YAML string and does a
C<L<cmp_deeply|Test::Deep/cmp_deeply>>.

=head2 is_json

  is_json( $json_string, $want_struct, $comment );

This test assertion deserializes the given JSON string and does a
C<L<cmp_deeply|Test::Deep/cmp_deeply>>.

=head2 dist_ini

  my $ini_text = dist_ini(\%root_config, @plugins);

This routine returns a string that could be used to populate a simple
F<dist.ini> file.  The C<%root_config> gives data for the "root" section of the
configuration.  To provide a line multiple times, provide an arrayref.  For
example, the root section could read:

  {
    name   => 'Dist-Sample',
    author => [
      'J. Smith <jsmith@example.com>',
      'Q. Smith <qsmith@example.com>',
    ],
  }

The root section is optional.

Plugins can be given in a few ways:

=over 4

=item C<"PluginMoniker">

=item C<[ "PluginMoniker" ]>

These become C<[PluginMoniker]>

=item C<[ "PluginMoniker", "PluginName" ]>

This becomes C<[PluginMoniker / PluginName]>

=item C<[ "PluginMoniker", { ... } ]>

=item C<[ "PluginMoniker", "PluginName", { ... } ]>

These use the given hashref as the parameters inside the section, with the same
semantics as the root section.

=back

=head2 simple_ini

This behaves exactly like C<dist_ini>, but it merges any given root config into
a starter config, which means that you can often skip any explicit root config.
The starter config may change slightly over time, but is something like this:

  {
    name     => 'DZT-Sample',
    abstract => 'Sample DZ Dist',
    version  => '0.001',
    author   => 'E. Xavier Ample <example@example.org>',
    license  => 'Perl_5',
    copyright_holder => 'E. Xavier Ample',
  }

=head1 AUTHOR

Ricardo SIGNES 😏 <rjbs@semiotic.systems>

=head1 COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2021 by Ricardo SIGNES.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

=cut