use strict;
use warnings;

use Test::More tests => 14;

=pod

This example is take from: http://www.python.org/2.3/mro.html

"My first example"
class O: pass
class F(O): pass
class E(O): pass
class D(O): pass
class C(D,F): pass
class B(D,E): pass
class A(B,C): pass


                          6
                         ---
Level 3                 | O |                  (more general)
                      /  ---  \
                     /    |    \                      |
                    /     |     \                     |
                   /      |      \                    |
                  ---    ---    ---                   |
Level 2        3 | D | 4| E |  | F | 5                |
                  ---    ---    ---                   |
                   \  \ _ /       |                   |
                    \    / \ _    |                   |
                     \  /      \  |                   |
                      ---      ---                    |
Level 1            1 | B |    | C | 2                 |
                      ---      ---                    |
                        \      /                      |
                         \    /                      \ /
                           ---
Level 0                 0 | A |                (more specialized)
                           ---

=cut

{
    package Test::O;
    use Class::C3;

    package Test::F;
    use Class::C3;
    BEGIN { our @ISA = ('Test::O'); }

    package Test::E;
    BEGIN { our @ISA = ('Test::O'); }
    use Class::C3;

    sub C_or_E { 'Test::E' }

    package Test::D;
    use Class::C3;
    BEGIN { our @ISA = ('Test::O'); }

    sub C_or_D { 'Test::D' }

    package Test::C;
    BEGIN { our @ISA = ('Test::D', 'Test::F'); }
    use Class::C3;

    sub C_or_D { 'Test::C' }
    sub C_or_E { 'Test::C' }

    package Test::B;
    use Class::C3;
    BEGIN { our @ISA = ('Test::D', 'Test::E'); }

    package Test::A;
    BEGIN { our @ISA = ('Test::B', 'Test::C'); }
    use Class::C3;
}

Class::C3::initialize();

is_deeply(
    [ Class::C3::calculateMRO('Test::F') ],
    [ qw(Test::F Test::O) ],
    '... got the right MRO for Test::F');

is_deeply(
    [ Class::C3::calculateMRO('Test::E') ],
    [ qw(Test::E Test::O) ],
    '... got the right MRO for Test::E');

is_deeply(
    [ Class::C3::calculateMRO('Test::D') ],
    [ qw(Test::D Test::O) ],
    '... got the right MRO for Test::D');

is_deeply(
    [ Class::C3::calculateMRO('Test::C') ],
    [ qw(Test::C Test::D Test::F Test::O) ],
    '... got the right MRO for Test::C');

is_deeply(
    [ Class::C3::calculateMRO('Test::B') ],
    [ qw(Test::B Test::D Test::E Test::O) ],
    '... got the right MRO for Test::B');

is_deeply(
    [ Class::C3::calculateMRO('Test::A') ],
    [ qw(Test::A Test::B Test::C Test::D Test::E Test::F Test::O) ],
    '... got the right MRO for Test::A');

is(Test::A->C_or_D, 'Test::C', '... got the expected method output');
is(Test::A->can('C_or_D')->(), 'Test::C', '... can got the expected method output');

is(Test::A->C_or_E, 'Test::C', '... got the expected method output');
is(Test::A->can('C_or_E')->(), 'Test::C', '... can got the expected method output');

# remove the C3
Class::C3::uninitialize();

is(Test::A->C_or_D, 'Test::D', '...  old method resolution has been restored');
is(Test::A->can('C_or_D')->(), 'Test::D', '...  old can(method) resolution has been restored');

is(Test::A->C_or_E, 'Test::E', '...  old method resolution has been restored');
is(Test::A->can('C_or_E')->(), 'Test::E', '...  old can(method) resolution has been restored');