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pike.git/lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/testsuite.in:1: - dnl $Id: testsuite.in,v 1.2 2002/11/23 15:41:55 jhs Exp $ + dnl $Id: testsuite.in,v 1.3 2002/11/28 19:15:31 nilsson Exp $    -  + dnl NOTE: + dnl *every* time the Calendar tests have failed, it's not the + dnl Calendar module that had any errors. Please don't commit + dnl your Pike until you've got Calendar to compile again. /Mirar +  + test_true(Calendar.Day()) +  + test_eq([[Calendar.Gregorian.Day(2500000)->month_day()]],31) + test_eq([[Calendar.ISO.Day(2500000)->month_day()]],31) + test_eq([[Calendar.Julian.Day(2500000)->month_day()]],17) + test_eq([[(int)(Calendar.Stardate.Tick("julian",2500000)->tic())]],-190335) +  + test_eq(Calendar.ISO.Week(2002,1)->day()->format_ymd(),"2001-12-31") +    test_eval_error(Calendar.ISO.set_timezone("Europe/Stockholm")    ->dwim_time("2000-03-26 23:01:17"))      test_eq(Calendar.ISO_UTC.dwim_time("2000-03-26 23:01:17")->unix_time(),    954111677)      test_do(Calendar.TimeRange t = Calendar.now())      dnl Some more or less odd timezones encountered by Xenofarm:   test_do(Calendar.dwim_time("Tue Nov 19 07:04:03 MET 2002"))   test_do(Calendar.dwim_time("Tue Nov 19 07:04:03 CST 2002"))   test_do(Calendar.dwim_time("Tue Nov 19 07:04:03 CET 2002"))   test_do(Calendar.dwim_time("Tue Nov 19 07:04:03 2002"))   test_do(Calendar.dwim_time("Tue Nov 19 07:04:03 NFT 2002"))   test_do(Calendar.dwim_time("Tue Nov 19 07:04:03 DFT 2002"))      test_eq(arrayp(Calendar.TZnames.zonenames()), 1) -  +  + dnl FAQ tests + test_eq( Calendar.dwim_day("1/2/3"), Calendar.Day(2003,1,2) ) + test_eq( Calendar.dwim_day("1 aug 2001"), Calendar.Day(2001,8,1) ) + test_false( Calendar.dwim_day("1 aug 2001")==Calendar.Day(2001,8,2) ) + dnl Missing two dwim_time tests + test_eq( Calendar.parse("%Y-%M-%D %h:%m","2040-11-08 2:46"), +  Calendar.Minute(2040,11,8,2,46) ) + test_false( Calendar.parse("%Y w%W %e %h:%m %p %z","1913 w4 monday 2:14 pm CET") +  < Calendar.Minute(1913,1,20,14,14) ) + test_false( Calendar.parse("%Y w%W %e %h:%m %p %z","1913 w4 monday 2:14 pm CET") +  > Calendar.Minute(1913,1,20,14,14) ) + dnl The two objects above is not equal, which really is a bug.