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std/semver/gtr_test.ts

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// Copyright Isaac Z. Schlueter and Contributors. All rights reserved. ISC license.// Copyright 2018-2024 the Deno authors. All rights reserved. MIT license.import { assert } from "../assert/mod.ts";import { gtr } from "./gtr.ts";import { parse } from "./parse.ts";import { parseRange } from "./parse_range.ts";
Deno.test("gtr()", async (t) => { // [range, version] // Version should be greater than range const versions: [string, string][] = [ ["~1.2.2", "1.3.0"], ["~0.6.1-1", "0.7.1-1"], ["1.0.0 - 2.0.0", "2.0.1"], ["1.0.0", "1.0.1-beta1"], ["1.0.0", "2.0.0"], ["<=2.0.0", "2.1.1"], ["<=2.0.0", "3.2.9"], ["<2.0.0", "2.0.0"], ["0.1.20 || 1.2.4", "1.2.5"], ["2.x.x", "3.0.0"], ["1.2.x", "1.3.0"], ["1.2.x || 2.x", "3.0.0"], ["2.*.*", "5.0.1"], ["1.2.*", "1.3.3"], ["1.2.* || 2.*", "4.0.0"], ["2", "3.0.0"], ["2.3", "2.4.2"], ["~2.4", "2.5.0"], // >=2.4.0 <2.5.0 ["~2.4", "2.5.5"], ["~>3.2.1", "3.3.0"], // >=3.2.1 <3.3.0 ["~1", "2.2.3"], // >=1.0.0 <2.0.0 ["~>1", "2.2.4"], ["~1.0", "1.1.2"], // >=1.0.0 <1.1.0 ["<1.2", "1.2.0"], ["~v0.5.4-pre", "0.6.0"], ["~v0.5.4-pre", "0.6.1-pre"], ["=0.7.x", "0.8.0"], ["=0.7.x", "0.8.0-asdf"], ["<0.7.x", "0.7.0"], ["~1.2.2", "1.3.0"], ["1.0.0 - 2.0.0", "2.2.3"], ["1.0.0", "1.0.1"], ["<=2.0.0", "3.0.0"], ["<=2.0.0", "2.9999.9999"], ["<=2.0.0", "2.2.9"], ["<2.0.0", "2.9999.9999"], ["<2.0.0", "2.2.9"], ["2.x.x", "3.1.3"], ["1.2.x", "1.3.3"], ["1.2.x || 2.x", "3.1.3"], ["2.*.*", "3.1.3"], ["1.2.*", "1.3.3"], ["1.2.* || 2.*", "3.1.3"], ["2", "3.1.2"], ["2.3", "2.4.1"], ["~2.4", "2.5.0"], // >=2.4.0 <2.5.0 ["~>3.2.1", "3.3.2"], // >=3.2.1 <3.3.0 ["~1", "2.2.3"], // >=1.0.0 <2.0.0 ["~>1", "2.2.3"], ["~1.0", "1.1.0"], // >=1.0.0 <1.1.0 ["<1", "1.0.0"], ["=0.7.x", "0.8.2"], ["<0.7.x", "0.7.2"], ];
for (const [a, b] of versions) { await t.step(`${b} > ${a}`, () => { const r = parseRange(a); const s = parse(b); assert(gtr(s, r)); }); }});
Deno.test("gtr() handles negative values", async (t) => { const versions: [string, string][] = [ ["~0.6.1-1", "0.6.1-1"], ["1.0.0 - 2.0.0", "1.2.3"], ["1.0.0 - 2.0.0", "0.9.9"], ["1.0.0", "1.0.0"], [">=*", "0.2.4"], ["*", "1.2.3"], ["*", "v1.2.3-foo"], [">=1.0.0", "1.0.0"], [">=1.0.0", "1.0.1"], [">=1.0.0", "1.1.0"], [">1.0.0", "1.0.1"], [">1.0.0", "1.1.0"], ["<=2.0.0", "2.0.0"], ["<=2.0.0", "1.9999.9999"], ["<=2.0.0", "0.2.9"], ["<2.0.0", "1.9999.9999"], ["<2.0.0", "0.2.9"], [">=0.1.97", "v0.1.97"], [">=0.1.97", "0.1.97"], ["0.1.20 || 1.2.4", "1.2.4"], ["0.1.20 || >1.2.4", "1.2.4"], ["0.1.20 || 1.2.4", "1.2.3"], ["0.1.20 || 1.2.4", "0.1.20"], [">=0.2.3 || <0.0.1", "0.0.0"], [">=0.2.3 || <0.0.1", "0.2.3"], [">=0.2.3 || <0.0.1", "0.2.4"], ["||", "1.3.4"], ["2.x.x", "2.1.3"], ["1.2.x", "1.2.3"], ["1.2.x || 2.x", "2.1.3"], ["1.2.x || 2.x", "1.2.3"], ["x", "1.2.3"], ["2.*.*", "2.1.3"], ["1.2.*", "1.2.3"], ["1.2.* || 2.*", "2.1.3"], ["1.2.* || 2.*", "1.2.3"], ["1.2.* || 2.*", "1.2.3"], ["*", "1.2.3"], ["2", "2.1.2"], ["2.3", "2.3.1"], ["~2.4", "2.4.0"], // >=2.4.0 <2.5.0 ["~2.4", "2.4.5"], ["~>3.2.1", "3.2.2"], // >=3.2.1 <3.3.0 ["~1", "1.2.3"], // >=1.0.0 <2.0.0 ["~>1", "1.2.3"], ["~1.0", "1.0.2"], // >=1.0.0 <1.1.0 [">=1", "1.0.0"], ["<1.2", "1.1.1"], ["~v0.5.4-pre", "0.5.5"], ["~v0.5.4-pre", "0.5.4"], ["=0.7.x", "0.7.2"], [">=0.7.x", "0.7.2"], ["=0.7.x", "0.7.0-asdf"], [">=0.7.x", "0.7.0-asdf"], ["<=0.7.x", "0.6.2"], [">0.2.3 >0.2.4 <=0.2.5", "0.2.5"], [">=0.2.3 <=0.2.4", "0.2.4"], ["1.0.0 - 2.0.0", "2.0.0"], ["^1", "0.0.0-0"], ["^3.0.0", "2.0.0"], ["^1.0.0 || ~2.0.1", "2.0.0"], ["^0.1.0 || ~3.0.1 || 5.0.0", "3.2.0"], ["^0.1.0 || ~3.0.1 || >4 <=5.0.0", "3.5.0"], ];
for (const [a, b] of versions) { await t.step(`${b}${a}`, () => { const range = parseRange(a); const version = parse(b); assert(!gtr(version, range)); }); }});