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authorDenys Vlasenko <vda.linux@googlemail.com>2009-06-15 07:16:27 (GMT)
committer Denys Vlasenko <vda.linux@googlemail.com>2009-06-15 07:16:27 (GMT)
commitcd3dd42c28832da92ee0d4d3afe7cf722e38f80c (patch)
tree6c97c10fb539f2d8cb8d3f34eff73ac6bcecf70b
parent82a6fb3ea6b49bcf1ef21ab589179ee2d6ffdc09 (diff)
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seq: fix testsuite failures
Signed-off-by: Denys Vlasenko <vda.linux@googlemail.com>
-rw-r--r--coreutils/seq.c67
-rw-r--r--docs/posix_conformance.txt2
-rwxr-xr-xtestsuite/runtest10
-rwxr-xr-xtestsuite/seq.tests14
4 files changed, 66 insertions, 27 deletions
diff --git a/coreutils/seq.c b/coreutils/seq.c
index 4b853c6..bb39a5b 100644
--- a/coreutils/seq.c
+++ b/coreutils/seq.c
@@ -6,12 +6,10 @@
*
* Licensed under the GPL v2, see the file LICENSE in this tarball.
*/
-
#include "libbb.h"
/* This is a NOFORK applet. Be very careful! */
-
int seq_main(int argc, char **argv) MAIN_EXTERNALLY_VISIBLE;
int seq_main(int argc, char **argv)
{
@@ -19,35 +17,72 @@ int seq_main(int argc, char **argv)
OPT_w = (1 << 0),
OPT_s = (1 << 1),
};
- double last, increment, i;
+ double first, last, increment, v;
+ unsigned n;
+ unsigned width;
+ unsigned frac_part;
const char *sep, *opt_s = "\n";
unsigned opt = getopt32(argv, "+ws:", &opt_s);
- unsigned width = 0;
argc -= optind;
argv += optind;
- i = increment = 1;
+ first = increment = 1;
+ errno = 0;
switch (argc) {
+ char *pp;
case 3:
- increment = atof(argv[1]);
+ increment = strtod(argv[1], &pp);
+ errno |= *pp;
case 2:
- i = atof(*argv);
+ first = strtod(argv[0], &pp);
+ errno |= *pp;
case 1:
- last = atof(argv[argc-1]);
- break;
+ last = strtod(argv[argc-1], &pp);
+ if (!errno && *pp == '\0')
+ break;
default:
bb_show_usage();
}
- if (opt & OPT_w) /* Pad to length of start or last */
- width = MAX(strlen(*argv), strlen(argv[argc-1]));
- /* You should note that this is pos-5.0.91 semantics, -- FK. */
+ /* Last checked to be compatible with: coreutils-6.10 */
+ width = 0;
+ frac_part = 0;
+ while (1) {
+ char *dot = strchrnul(*argv, '.');
+ int w = (dot - *argv);
+ int f = strlen(dot);
+ if (width < w)
+ width = w;
+ argv++;
+ if (!*argv)
+ break;
+ /* Why do the above _before_ frac check below?
+ * Try "seq 1 2.0" and "seq 1.0 2.0":
+ * coreutils never pay attention to the number
+ * of fractional digits in last arg. */
+ if (frac_part < f)
+ frac_part = f;
+ }
+ if (frac_part) {
+ frac_part--;
+ if (frac_part)
+ width += frac_part + 1;
+ }
+ if (!(opt & OPT_w))
+ width = 0;
+
sep = "";
- while ((increment > 0 && i <= last) || (increment < 0 && i >= last)) {
- printf("%s%0*g", sep, width, i);
+ v = first;
+ n = 0;
+ while (increment >= 0 ? v <= last : v >= last) {
+ printf("%s%0*.*f", sep, width, frac_part, v);
sep = opt_s;
- i += increment;
+ /* v += increment; - would accumulate floating point errors */
+ n++;
+ v = first + n * increment;
}
- bb_putchar('\n');
+ if (n) /* if while loop executed at least once */
+ bb_putchar('\n');
+
return fflush(stdout);
}
diff --git a/docs/posix_conformance.txt b/docs/posix_conformance.txt
index a9176f5..5451a32 100644
--- a/docs/posix_conformance.txt
+++ b/docs/posix_conformance.txt
@@ -189,7 +189,7 @@ df POSIX options
df Busybox specific options:
-a, -m, -B SIZE, -i, -h
Remark:
-- It seems that GNU df doesnt rount percents up in its output (thus its results are a bit different)
+- It seems that GNU df does not round percents up in its output (thus its results are a bit different)
diff POSIX options
option | exists | compliant | remarks
diff --git a/testsuite/runtest b/testsuite/runtest
index cade871..2d60591 100755
--- a/testsuite/runtest
+++ b/testsuite/runtest
@@ -120,11 +120,13 @@ fi
# Populate a directory with links to all busybox applets
+# Note: if $LINKSDIR/applet exists, we do not overwrite it.
+# Useful if one wants to run tests against a standard utility, not an applet.
LINKSDIR="$bindir/runtest-tempdir-links"
-rm -rf "$LINKSDIR" 2>/dev/null
-mkdir "$LINKSDIR"
+#rm -rf "$LINKSDIR" 2>/dev/null
+mkdir "$LINKSDIR" 2>/dev/null
for i in $implemented; do
- ln -s "$bindir/busybox" "$LINKSDIR/$i"
+ ln -s "$bindir/busybox" "$LINKSDIR/$i" 2>/dev/null
done
# Set up option flags so tests can be selective.
@@ -142,7 +144,7 @@ for applet in $applets; do
# Is this a new-style test?
if [ -f "$applet.tests" ]; then
- if [ ! -h "$LINKSDIR/$applet" ]; then
+ if [ ! -e "$LINKSDIR/$applet" ]; then
# (avoiding bash'ism "${applet:0:4}")
if ! echo "$applet" | grep "^all_" >/dev/null; then
echo "SKIPPED: $applet (not built)"
diff --git a/testsuite/seq.tests b/testsuite/seq.tests
index 4e43d0e..817e1a7 100755
--- a/testsuite/seq.tests
+++ b/testsuite/seq.tests
@@ -29,16 +29,18 @@ testing "seq count up by 2" "seq 4 2 8" "4\n6\n8\n" "" ""
testing "seq count down by 2" "seq 8 -2 4" "8\n6\n4\n" "" ""
testing "seq count wrong way #1" "seq 4 -2 8" "" "" ""
testing "seq count wrong way #2" "seq 8 2 4" "" "" ""
-# Fails: first item is printed as 3, not 3.0
-# note: makes sense to fix "seq 3 .30 4" case as well
testing "seq count by .3" "seq 3 .3 4" "3.0\n3.3\n3.6\n3.9\n" "" ""
-testing "seq count by -.9" "seq .7 -.9 -2.2" "0.7\n-0.2\n-1.1\n-2\n" "" ""
-testing "seq count by zero" "seq 4 0 8 | head -n 10" "" "" ""
+testing "seq count by .30" "seq 3 .30 4" "3.00\n3.30\n3.60\n3.90\n" "" ""
+testing "seq count by .30 to 4.000" "seq 3 .30 4.000" "3.00\n3.30\n3.60\n3.90\n" "" ""
+testing "seq count by -.9" "seq .7 -.9 -2.2" "0.7\n-0.2\n-1.1\n-2.0\n" "" ""
+testing "seq count by zero" "seq 4 0 8 | head -n 10" "4\n4\n4\n4\n4\n4\n4\n4\n4\n4\n" "" ""
testing "seq one argument with padding" "seq -w 003" "001\n002\n003\n" "" ""
testing "seq two arguments with padding" "seq -w 005 7" "005\n006\n007\n" "" ""
testing "seq count down by 3 with padding" "seq -w 8 -3 04" "08\n05\n" "" ""
-# Known to fail
-testing "seq count by .3 with padding" "seq -w 03 .3 0004" "003.0\n003.3\n003.6\n003.9\n" "" ""
+# Looks like a bug in coreutils 6.10: it uses width one less than needed
+# These tests contain the expected "fixed" output
+testing "seq count by .3 with padding 1" "seq -w 09 .3 11" "09.0\n09.3\n09.6\n09.9\n10.2\n10.5\n10.8\n" "" ""
+testing "seq count by .3 with padding 2" "seq -w 03 .3 0004" "0003.0\n0003.3\n0003.6\n0003.9\n" "" ""
exit $FAILCOUNT