[PATCH] test: check for subject consistency between search and show

Subject:[PATCH] test: check for subject consistency between search and show

Date:Sun, 27 Aug 2017 10:19:14 -0300

To:Mark Walters ,notmuch@notmuchmail.org

Cc:

From:David Bremner


In [1] Mark showed that the the current code (d7a49e81) is not
consistent in it's handling of subjects of messages with duplicate
message-ids (or in notmuch-speak, of messages with multiple files).
notmuch-search uses indexing order and explicitedly preserves the
first. notmuch-show (apparently) uses alphabetical (or at least xapian
term order) of filenames. In a perfect world we would probably report
all subjects in the json output; at the very least we should be
consistent.

[1]: id:87378dny3d.fsf@qmul.ac.uk
---
 test/T670-duplicate-mid.sh | 62 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-----
 1 file changed, 56 insertions(+), 6 deletions(-)

diff --git a/test/T670-duplicate-mid.sh b/test/T670-duplicate-mid.sh
index decbc0a4..55ebde38 100755
--- a/test/T670-duplicate-mid.sh
+++ b/test/T670-duplicate-mid.sh
@@ -12,6 +12,29 @@ EOF
 notmuch search id:duplicate | notmuch_search_sanitize > OUTPUT
 test_expect_equal_file EXPECTED OUTPUT
 
+test_begin_subtest 'First subject preserved in notmuch-show (json)'
+output=$(notmuch show --body=false --format=json id:duplicate | notmuch_json_show_sanitize)
+expected='[[[{
+    "id": "XXXXX",
+    "match": true,
+    "excluded": false,
+    "filename": [
+        "'"${MAIL_DIR}"/copy1'",
+        "'"${MAIL_DIR}"/copy2'"
+    ],
+    "timestamp": 42,
+    "date_relative": "2001-01-05",
+    "tags": ["inbox","unread"],
+    "headers": {
+        "Subject": "message 1",
+        "From": "Notmuch Test Suite <test_suite@notmuchmail.org>",
+        "To": "Notmuch Test Suite <test_suite@notmuchmail.org>",
+        "Date": "GENERATED_DATE"
+    }
+ },
+[]]]]'
+test_expect_equal_json "$output" "$expected"
+
 test_begin_subtest 'Search for second subject'
 cat <<EOF >EXPECTED
 MAIL_DIR/copy1
@@ -37,25 +60,52 @@ notmuch reindex '*'
 notmuch search --output=files "sekrit" | notmuch_dir_sanitize > OUTPUT
 test_expect_equal_file EXPECTED OUTPUT
 
-rm ${MAIL_DIR}/copy1
+add_message '[id]="duplicate"' '[subject]="reorder file names"' '[filename]=00-copy4'
+test_begin_subtest 'First subject preserved in notmuch-show (json), file order'
+test_subtest_known_broken
+output=$(notmuch show --body=false --format=json id:duplicate | notmuch_json_show_sanitize)
+expected='[[[{
+    "id": "XXXXX",
+    "match": true,
+    "excluded": false,
+    "filename": [
+        "'"${MAIL_DIR}"/00-copy4'",
+        "'"${MAIL_DIR}"/copy1'",
+        "'"${MAIL_DIR}"/copy2'"
+    ],
+    "timestamp": 42,
+    "date_relative": "2001-01-05",
+    "tags": ["inbox","unread"],
+    "headers": {
+        "Subject": "message 1",
+        "From": "Notmuch Test Suite <test_suite@notmuchmail.org>",
+        "To": "Notmuch Test Suite <test_suite@notmuchmail.org>",
+        "Date": "GENERATED_DATE"
+    }
+ },
+[]]]]'
+test_expect_equal_json "$output" "$expected"
+
+rm ${MAIL_DIR}/00-copy4
 test_begin_subtest 'Deleted first duplicate file does not stop notmuch show from working'
-output=$(notmuch show --body=false --format=json id:duplicate)
+output=$(notmuch show --body=false --format=json id:duplicate | notmuch_json_show_sanitize)
 expected='[[[{
-    "id": "'duplicate'",
+    "id": "XXXXX",
     "match": true,
     "excluded": false,
     "filename": [
+        "'"${MAIL_DIR}"/00-copy4'",
         "'"${MAIL_DIR}"/copy1'",
         "'"${MAIL_DIR}"/copy2'"
     ],
-    "timestamp": 978709435,
+    "timestamp": 42,
     "date_relative": "2001-01-05",
     "tags": ["inbox","unread"],
     "headers": {
-        "Subject": "message 2",
+        "Subject": "message 1",
         "From": "Notmuch Test Suite <test_suite@notmuchmail.org>",
         "To": "Notmuch Test Suite <test_suite@notmuchmail.org>",
-        "Date": "Fri, 05 Jan 2001 15:43:55 +0000"
+        "Date": "GENERATED_DATE"
     }
  },
 []]]]'
-- 
2.14.1

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