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# Commands covered:  clock
#
# This file contains a collection of tests for one or more of the Tcl
# built-in commands.  Sourcing this file into Tcl runs the tests and
# generates output for errors.  No output means no errors were found.
#
# Copyright (c) 1995-1997 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
#
# See the file "license.terms" for information on usage and redistribution
# of this file, and for a DISCLAIMER OF ALL WARRANTIES.
#
# SCCS: @(#) clock.test 1.17 97/11/24 15:05:38

if {[string compare test [info procs test]] == 1} then {source defs}

test clock-1.1 {clock tests} {
    list [catch {clock} msg] $msg
} {1 {wrong # args: should be "clock option ?arg ...?"}}
test clock-1.2 {clock tests} {
    list [catch {clock foo} msg] $msg
} {1 {bad option "foo": must be clicks, format, scan, or seconds}}

# clock clicks
test clock-2.1 {clock clicks tests} {
    expr [clock clicks]+1
    concat {}
} {}
test clock-2.2 {clock clicks tests} {
    list [catch {clock clicks foo} msg] $msg
} {1 {wrong # args: should be "clock clicks"}}
test clock-2.3 {clock clicks tests} {
    set start [clock clicks]
    after 10
    set end [clock clicks]
    expr "$end > $start"
} {1}

# clock format
test clock-3.1 {clock format tests} {unixOnly} {
    set clockval 657687766
    clock format $clockval -format {%a %b %d %I:%M:%S %p %Y} -gmt true
} {Sun Nov 04 03:02:46 AM 1990}
test clock-3.2 {clock format tests} {
    list [catch {clock format} msg] $msg
} {1 {wrong # args: should be "clock format clockval ?-format string? ?-gmt boolean?"}}
test clock-3.3 {clock format tests} {
    list [catch {clock format foo} msg] $msg
} {1 {expected integer but got "foo"}}
test clock-3.4 {clock format tests} {unixOrPc} {
    set clockval 657687766
    clock format $clockval -format "%a %b %d %I:%M:%S %p %Y" -gmt true
} "Sun Nov 04 03:02:46 AM 1990"
test clock-3.5 {clock format tests} {
    list [catch {clock format a b c d e g} msg] $msg
} {1 {wrong # args: should be "clock format clockval ?-format string? ?-gmt boolean?"}}
test clock-3.6 {clock format tests} {unixOrPc nonPortable} {
    set clockval -1
    clock format $clockval -format "%a %b %d %I:%M:%S %p %Y" -gmt true
} "Wed Dec 31 11:59:59 PM 1969"
test clock-3.7 {clock format tests} {
    list [catch {clock format 123 -bad arg} msg] $msg
} {1 {bad switch "-bad": must be -format, or -gmt}}
test clock-3.8 {clock format tests} {
    clock format 123 -format "x"
} x
test clock-3.9 {clock format tests} {
    clock format 123 -format ""
} ""

# clock scan
test clock-4.1 {clock scan tests} {
    list [catch {clock scan} msg] $msg
} {1 {wrong # args: should be "clock scan dateString ?-base clockValue? ?-gmt boolean?"}}
test clock-4.2 {clock scan tests} {
    list [catch {clock scan "bad-string"} msg] $msg
} {1 {unable to convert date-time string "bad-string"}}
test clock-4.3 {clock scan tests} {
    clock format [clock scan "14 Feb 92" -gmt true] \
      -format {%m/%d/%y %I:%M:%S %p} -gmt true
} {02/14/92 12:00:00 AM}
test clock-4.4 {clock scan tests} {
    clock format [clock scan "Feb 14, 1992 12:20 PM" -gmt true] \
      -format {%m/%d/%y %I:%M:%S %p} -gmt true
} {02/14/92 12:20:00 PM}
test clock-4.5 {clock scan tests} {
    clock format \
      [clock scan "Feb 14, 1992 12:20 PM" -base 319363200 -gmt true] \
      -format {%m/%d/%y %I:%M:%S %p} -gmt true
} {02/14/92 12:20:00 PM}
test clock-4.6 {clock scan tests} {
    set time [clock scan "Oct 23,1992 15:00"]
    clock format $time -format {%b %d,%Y %H:%M}
} {Oct 23,1992 15:00}
test clock-4.7 {clock scan tests} {
    set time [clock scan "Oct 23,1992 15:00 GMT"]
    clock format $time -format {%b %d,%Y %H:%M GMT} -gmt true
} {Oct 23,1992 15:00 GMT}
test clock-4.8 {clock scan tests} {
    set time [clock scan "Oct 23,1992 15:00" -gmt true]
    clock format $time -format {%b %d,%Y %H:%M GMT} -gmt true
} {Oct 23,1992 15:00 GMT}
test clock-4.9 {clock scan tests} {
    list [catch {clock scan "Jan 12" -bad arg} msg] $msg
} {1 {bad switch "-bad": must be -base, or -gmt}}
# The following two two tests test the two year date policy
test clock-4.10 {clock scan tests} {
    set time [clock scan "1/1/71" -gmt true]
    clock format $time -format {%b %d,%Y %H:%M GMT} -gmt true
} {Jan 01,1971 00:00 GMT}
test clock-4.11 {clock scan tests} {
    set time [clock scan "1/1/37" -gmt true]
    clock format $time -format {%b %d,%Y %H:%M GMT} -gmt true
} {Jan 01,2037 00:00 GMT}

# clock seconds
test clock-5.1 {clock seconds tests} {
    expr [clock seconds]+1
    concat {}
} {}
test clock-5.2 {clock seconds tests} {
    list [catch {clock seconds foo} msg] $msg
} {1 {wrong # args: should be "clock seconds"}}
test clock-5.3 {clock seconds tests} {
    set start [clock seconds]
    after 2000
    set end [clock seconds]
    expr "$end > $start"
} {1}

# The following dates check certain roll over dates
set day [expr 24 * 60 * 60]
test clock-6.1 {clock roll over dates} {
    set time [clock scan "12/31/1998" -gmt true]
    clock format [expr $time + $day] -format {%b %d,%Y %H:%M GMT} -gmt true
} {Jan 01,1999 00:00 GMT}
test clock-6.2 {clock roll over dates} {
    set time [clock scan "12/31/1999" -gmt true]
    clock format [expr $time + $day] -format {%b %d,%Y %H:%M GMT} -gmt true
} {Jan 01,2000 00:00 GMT}
test clock-6.3 {clock roll over dates} {
    set time [clock scan "2/28/2000" -gmt true]
    clock format [expr $time + $day] -format {%b %d,%Y %H:%M GMT} -gmt true
} {Feb 29,2000 00:00 GMT}
test clock-6.4 {clock roll over dates} {
    set time [clock scan "2/29/2000" -gmt true]
    clock format [expr $time + $day] -format {%b %d,%Y %H:%M GMT} -gmt true
} {Mar 01,2000 00:00 GMT}
test clock-6.5 {clock roll over dates} {
    set time [clock scan "January 1, 2000" -gmt true]
    clock format $time -format %A -gmt true
} {Saturday}
test clock-6.6 {clock roll over dates} {
    set time [clock scan "January 1, 2000" -gmt true]
    clock format $time -format %j -gmt true
} {001}
test clock-6.7 {clock roll over dates} {
    set time [clock scan "February 29, 2000" -gmt true]
    clock format $time -format %A -gmt true
} {Tuesday}
test clock-6.8 {clock roll over dates} {
    set time [clock scan "February 29, 2000" -gmt true]
    clock format $time -format %j -gmt true
} {060}
test clock-6.9 {clock roll over dates} {
    set time [clock scan "March 1, 2000" -gmt true]
    clock format $time -format %A -gmt true
} {Wednesday}
test clock-6.10 {clock roll over dates} {
    set time [clock scan "March 1, 2000" -gmt true]
    clock format $time -format %j -gmt true
} {061}
test clock-6.11 {clock roll over dates} {
    set time [clock scan "March 1, 2001" -gmt true]
    clock format $time -format %j -gmt true
} {060}