Testsuite: document testcase issue on FreeBSD
authorJeremy Harris <jgh146exb@wizmail.org>
Sun, 1 Dec 2019 17:01:45 +0000 (17:01 +0000)
committerJeremy Harris <jgh146exb@wizmail.org>
Sun, 1 Dec 2019 17:01:45 +0000 (17:01 +0000)
test/scripts/3300-crypteq/3300
test/stdout/3300

index 2ca0fdd..fb3a617 100644 (file)
@@ -2,6 +2,11 @@
 
 exim -be
 badCrypt: ${if crypteq{MySecret}{}{yes}{no}}
+
+# Defined-routine, and default, crypt mehods.  These fail on FreeBSD because
+# the crypt() call does something different to that on Linux.  The output
+# is therefore different, and the compare fails.
+
 mySecret: ${if crypteq{MySecret}{azrazPWCQJhyg}{yes}{no}}
 mySecret: ${if crypteq{MySecret}{aarazPWCQJhyg}{yes}{no}}
 mySecret: ${if crypteq{MySecret}{\{crypt\}azrazPWCQJhyg}{yes}{no}}
@@ -12,19 +17,23 @@ crypt16: ${if crypteq{MySecretRhubarb}{\{crypt\}azrazPWCQJhyg}{yes}{no}}
 crypt16: ${if crypteq{MySecretRhubarb}{\{crypt16\}azrazPWCQJhyg}{yes}{no}}
 crypt16: ${if crypteq{MySecretRhubarb}{\{CRYPT16\}azrazPWCQJhygdJWzb77lQMA}{yes}{no}}
 
-test: ${if crypteq{test}{\{md5\}CY9rzUYh03PK3k6DJie09g==}{yes}{no}}
-test: ${if crypteq{test}{\{MD5\}CY9rzUYh03PK3k6DJie09g==}{yes}{no}}
-test: ${if crypteq{test}{\{md5\}AY9rzUYh03PK3k6DJie09g==}{yes}{no}}
-test: ${if crypteq{test}{\{md5\}098f6bcd4621d373cade4e832627b4f6}{yes}{no}}
-test: ${if crypteq{test}{\{md5\}198f6bcd4621d373cade4e832627b4f6}{yes}{no}}
-test: ${if crypteq{test}{\{md5\}098f6bcd4621d373cade4e832627b4f}{yes}{no}}
 
-abc:  ${if crypteq{abc}{\{sha1\}A9993E364706816ABA3E25717850C26C9CD0D89D}{yes}{no}}
-abc:  ${if crypteq{abc}{\{SHA1\}A9993E364706816ABA3E25717850C26C9CD0D89D}{yes}{no}}
-abc:  ${if crypteq{abc}{\{sha1\}qZk+NkcGgWq6PiVxeFDCbJzQ2J0=}{yes}{no}}
-abd:  ${if crypteq{abd}{\{sha1\}A9993E364706816ABA3E25717850C26C9CD0D89D}{yes}{no}}
+# Defined-algo methods.
+
+md5: ${if crypteq{test}{\{md5\}CY9rzUYh03PK3k6DJie09g==}{yes}{no}}
+md5: ${if crypteq{test}{\{MD5\}CY9rzUYh03PK3k6DJie09g==}{yes}{no}}
+md5: ${if crypteq{test}{\{md5\}AY9rzUYh03PK3k6DJie09g==}{yes}{no}}
+md5: ${if crypteq{test}{\{md5\}098f6bcd4621d373cade4e832627b4f6}{yes}{no}}
+md5: ${if crypteq{test}{\{md5\}198f6bcd4621d373cade4e832627b4f6}{yes}{no}}
+md5: ${if crypteq{test}{\{md5\}098f6bcd4621d373cade4e832627b4f}{yes}{no}}
+
+sha1:  ${if crypteq{abc}{\{sha1\}A9993E364706816ABA3E25717850C26C9CD0D89D}{yes}{no}}
+sha1:  ${if crypteq{abc}{\{SHA1\}A9993E364706816ABA3E25717850C26C9CD0D89D}{yes}{no}}
+sha1:  ${if crypteq{abc}{\{sha1\}qZk+NkcGgWq6PiVxeFDCbJzQ2J0=}{yes}{no}}
+sha1:  ${if crypteq{abd}{\{sha1\}A9993E364706816ABA3E25717850C26C9CD0D89D}{yes}{no}}
+
 
-# Combinations
+# Combinations.  These fail on FreeBSD as above.
 
 y:      ${if and {{crypteq{MySecret}{azrazPWCQJhyg}}{exists{/etc/passwd}}}{Y}{N}}
 y:      ${if or  {{crypteq{MySecret}{azrazQWCQJhyg}}{exists{/etc/passwd}}}{Y}{N}}
index e12e7c3..e1fbc0a 100644 (file)
@@ -1,4 +1,9 @@
 > badCrypt: no
+> 
+> # Defined-routine, and default, crypt mehods.  These fail on FreeBSD because
+> # the crypt() call does something different to that on Linux.  The output
+> # is therefore different, and the compare fails.
+> 
 > mySecret: yes
 > mySecret: no
 > mySecret: yes
 > crypt16: no
 > crypt16: yes
 > 
-> test: yes
-> test: yes
-> test: no
-> test: yes
-> test: no
-> test: no
 > 
-> abc:  yes
-> abc:  yes
-> abc:  yes
-> abd:  no
+> # Defined-algo methods.
+> 
+> md5: yes
+> md5: yes
+> md5: no
+> md5: yes
+> md5: no
+> md5: no
+> 
+> sha1:  yes
+> sha1:  yes
+> sha1:  yes
+> sha1:  no
+> 
 > 
-> # Combinations
+> # Combinations.  These fail on FreddBSD as above.
 > 
 > y:      Y
 > y:      Y