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// Formatting library for C++ - formatting library tests
//
// Copyright (c) 2012 - present, Victor Zverovich
// All rights reserved.
//
// For the license information refer to format.h.
#include <cctype>
#include <cfloat>
#include <climits>
#include <cmath>
#include <cstring>
#include <list>
#include <memory>
#include <string>
#include <stdint.h>
// Check if fmt/format.h compiles with windows.h included before it.
#ifdef _WIN32
# include <windows.h>
#endif
#include "fmt/format.h"
#include "gmock.h"
#include "gtest-extra.h"
#include "mock-allocator.h"
#include "util.h"
#undef ERROR
#undef min
#undef max
using std::size_t;
using fmt::basic_memory_buffer;
using fmt::basic_writer;
using fmt::format;
using fmt::format_error;
using fmt::string_view;
using fmt::memory_buffer;
using fmt::wmemory_buffer;
using testing::Return;
using testing::StrictMock;
namespace {
#if !FMT_GCC_VERSION || FMT_GCC_VERSION >= 408
template <typename Char, typename T>
bool check_enabled_formatter() {
static_assert(
std::is_default_constructible<fmt::formatter<T, Char>>::value, "");
return true;
}
template <typename Char, typename... T>
void check_enabled_formatters() {
auto dummy = {check_enabled_formatter<Char, T>()...};
(void)dummy;
}
TEST(FormatterTest, TestFormattersEnabled) {
check_enabled_formatters<char,
bool, char, signed char, unsigned char, short, unsigned short,
int, unsigned, long, unsigned long, long long, unsigned long long,
float, double, long double, void*, const void*,
char*, const char*, std::string>();
check_enabled_formatters<wchar_t,
bool, wchar_t, signed char, unsigned char, short, unsigned short,
int, unsigned, long, unsigned long, long long, unsigned long long,
float, double, long double, void*, const void*,
wchar_t*, const wchar_t*, std::wstring>();
#if FMT_USE_NULLPTR
check_enabled_formatters<char, std::nullptr_t>();
check_enabled_formatters<wchar_t, std::nullptr_t>();
#endif
}
#endif
// Format value using the standard library.
template <typename Char, typename T>
void std_format(const T &value, std::basic_string<Char> &result) {
std::basic_ostringstream<Char> os;
os << value;
result = os.str();
}
#ifdef __MINGW32__
// Workaround a bug in formatting long double in MinGW.
void std_format(long double value, std::string &result) {
char buffer[100];
safe_sprintf(buffer, "%Lg", value);
result = buffer;
}
void std_format(long double value, std::wstring &result) {
wchar_t buffer[100];
swprintf(buffer, L"%Lg", value);
result = buffer;
}
#endif
// Checks if writing value to BasicWriter<Char> produces the same result
// as writing it to std::basic_ostringstream<Char>.
template <typename Char, typename T>
::testing::AssertionResult check_write(const T &value, const char *type) {
fmt::basic_memory_buffer<Char> buffer;
typedef fmt::back_insert_range<fmt::internal::basic_buffer<Char>> range;
fmt::basic_writer<range> writer(buffer);
writer.write(value);
std::basic_string<Char> actual = to_string(buffer);
std::basic_string<Char> expected;
std_format(value, expected);
if (expected == actual)
return ::testing::AssertionSuccess();
return ::testing::AssertionFailure()
<< "Value of: (Writer<" << type << ">() << value).str()\n"
<< " Actual: " << actual << "\n"
<< "Expected: " << expected << "\n";
}
struct AnyWriteChecker {
template <typename T>
::testing::AssertionResult operator()(const char *, const T &value) const {
::testing::AssertionResult result = check_write<char>(value, "char");
return result ? check_write<wchar_t>(value, "wchar_t") : result;
}
};
template <typename Char>
struct WriteChecker {
template <typename T>
::testing::AssertionResult operator()(const char *, const T &value) const {
return check_write<Char>(value, "char");
}
};
// Checks if writing value to BasicWriter produces the same result
// as writing it to std::ostringstream both for char and wchar_t.
#define CHECK_WRITE(value) EXPECT_PRED_FORMAT1(AnyWriteChecker(), value)
#define CHECK_WRITE_CHAR(value) \
EXPECT_PRED_FORMAT1(WriteChecker<char>(), value)
#define CHECK_WRITE_WCHAR(value) \
EXPECT_PRED_FORMAT1(WriteChecker<wchar_t>(), value)
} // namespace
// Tests fmt::internal::count_digits for integer type Int.
template <typename Int>
void test_count_digits() {
for (Int i = 0; i < 10; ++i)
EXPECT_EQ(1u, fmt::internal::count_digits(i));
for (Int i = 1, n = 1,
end = std::numeric_limits<Int>::max() / 10; n <= end; ++i) {
n *= 10;
EXPECT_EQ(i, fmt::internal::count_digits(n - 1));
EXPECT_EQ(i + 1, fmt::internal::count_digits(n));
}
}
TEST(UtilTest, CountDigits) {
test_count_digits<uint32_t>();
test_count_digits<uint64_t>();
}
struct uint32_pair {
uint32_t u[2];
};
TEST(UtilTest, BitCast) {
auto s = fmt::internal::bit_cast<uint32_pair>(uint64_t{42});
EXPECT_EQ(fmt::internal::bit_cast<uint64_t>(s), 42ull);
s = fmt::internal::bit_cast<uint32_pair>(uint64_t(~0ull));
EXPECT_EQ(fmt::internal::bit_cast<uint64_t>(s), ~0ull);
}
TEST(UtilTest, Increment) {
char s[10] = "123";
increment(s);
EXPECT_STREQ("124", s);
s[2] = '8';
increment(s);
EXPECT_STREQ("129", s);
increment(s);
EXPECT_STREQ("130", s);
s[1] = s[2] = '9';
increment(s);
EXPECT_STREQ("200", s);
}
TEST(UtilTest, ParseNonnegativeInt) {
if (std::numeric_limits<int>::max() !=
static_cast<int>(static_cast<unsigned>(1) << 31)) {
fmt::print("Skipping parse_nonnegative_int test\n");
return;
}
const char *s = "10000000000";
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(
parse_nonnegative_int(s, fmt::internal::error_handler()),
fmt::format_error, "number is too big");
s = "2147483649";
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(
parse_nonnegative_int(s, fmt::internal::error_handler()),
fmt::format_error, "number is too big");
}
TEST(IteratorTest, CountingIterator) {
fmt::internal::counting_iterator<char> it;
auto prev = it++;
EXPECT_EQ(prev.count(), 0);
EXPECT_EQ(it.count(), 1);
}
TEST(IteratorTest, TruncatingIterator) {
char *p = FMT_NULL;
fmt::internal::truncating_iterator<char*> it(p, 3);
auto prev = it++;
EXPECT_EQ(prev.base(), p);
EXPECT_EQ(it.base(), p + 1);
}
TEST(IteratorTest, TruncatingBackInserter) {
std::string buffer;
auto bi = std::back_inserter(buffer);
fmt::internal::truncating_iterator<decltype(bi)> it(bi, 2);
*it++ = '4';
*it++ = '2';
*it++ = '1';
EXPECT_EQ(buffer.size(), 2);
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, "42");
}
TEST(IteratorTest, IsOutputIterator) {
EXPECT_TRUE(fmt::internal::is_output_iterator<char*>::value);
EXPECT_FALSE(fmt::internal::is_output_iterator<const char*>::value);
EXPECT_FALSE(fmt::internal::is_output_iterator<std::string>::value);
EXPECT_TRUE(fmt::internal::is_output_iterator<
std::back_insert_iterator<std::string>>::value);
EXPECT_TRUE(fmt::internal::is_output_iterator<
std::string::iterator>::value);
EXPECT_FALSE(fmt::internal::is_output_iterator<
std::string::const_iterator>::value);
EXPECT_FALSE(fmt::internal::is_output_iterator<std::list<char>>::value);
EXPECT_TRUE(fmt::internal::is_output_iterator<
std::list<char>::iterator>::value);
EXPECT_FALSE(fmt::internal::is_output_iterator<
std::list<char>::const_iterator>::value);
EXPECT_FALSE(fmt::internal::is_output_iterator<uint32_pair>::value);
}
TEST(MemoryBufferTest, Ctor) {
basic_memory_buffer<char, 123> buffer;
EXPECT_EQ(static_cast<size_t>(0), buffer.size());
EXPECT_EQ(123u, buffer.capacity());
}
static void check_forwarding(
mock_allocator<int> &alloc, allocator_ref<mock_allocator<int>> &ref) {
int mem;
// Check if value_type is properly defined.
allocator_ref< mock_allocator<int> >::value_type *ptr = &mem;
// Check forwarding.
EXPECT_CALL(alloc, allocate(42)).WillOnce(testing::Return(ptr));
ref.allocate(42);
EXPECT_CALL(alloc, deallocate(ptr, 42));
ref.deallocate(ptr, 42);
}
TEST(AllocatorTest, allocator_ref) {
StrictMock< mock_allocator<int> > alloc;
typedef allocator_ref< mock_allocator<int> > test_allocator_ref;
test_allocator_ref ref(&alloc);
// Check if allocator_ref forwards to the underlying allocator.
check_forwarding(alloc, ref);
test_allocator_ref ref2(ref);
check_forwarding(alloc, ref2);
test_allocator_ref ref3;
EXPECT_EQ(FMT_NULL, ref3.get());
ref3 = ref;
check_forwarding(alloc, ref3);
}
typedef allocator_ref< std::allocator<char> > TestAllocator;
static void check_move_buffer(const char *str,
basic_memory_buffer<char, 5, TestAllocator> &buffer) {
std::allocator<char> *alloc = buffer.get_allocator().get();
basic_memory_buffer<char, 5, TestAllocator> buffer2(std::move(buffer));
// Move shouldn't destroy the inline content of the first buffer.
EXPECT_EQ(str, std::string(&buffer[0], buffer.size()));
EXPECT_EQ(str, std::string(&buffer2[0], buffer2.size()));
EXPECT_EQ(5u, buffer2.capacity());
// Move should transfer allocator.
EXPECT_EQ(FMT_NULL, buffer.get_allocator().get());
EXPECT_EQ(alloc, buffer2.get_allocator().get());
}
TEST(MemoryBufferTest, MoveCtor) {
std::allocator<char> alloc;
basic_memory_buffer<char, 5, TestAllocator> buffer((TestAllocator(&alloc)));
const char test[] = "test";
buffer.append(test, test + 4);
check_move_buffer("test", buffer);
// Adding one more character fills the inline buffer, but doesn't cause
// dynamic allocation.
buffer.push_back('a');
check_move_buffer("testa", buffer);
const char *inline_buffer_ptr = &buffer[0];
// Adding one more character causes the content to move from the inline to
// a dynamically allocated buffer.
buffer.push_back('b');
basic_memory_buffer<char, 5, TestAllocator> buffer2(std::move(buffer));
// Move should rip the guts of the first buffer.
EXPECT_EQ(inline_buffer_ptr, &buffer[0]);
EXPECT_EQ("testab", std::string(&buffer2[0], buffer2.size()));
EXPECT_GT(buffer2.capacity(), 5u);
}
static void check_move_assign_buffer(
const char *str, basic_memory_buffer<char, 5> &buffer) {
basic_memory_buffer<char, 5> buffer2;
buffer2 = std::move(buffer);
// Move shouldn't destroy the inline content of the first buffer.
EXPECT_EQ(str, std::string(&buffer[0], buffer.size()));
EXPECT_EQ(str, std::string(&buffer2[0], buffer2.size()));
EXPECT_EQ(5u, buffer2.capacity());
}
TEST(MemoryBufferTest, MoveAssignment) {
basic_memory_buffer<char, 5> buffer;
const char test[] = "test";
buffer.append(test, test + 4);
check_move_assign_buffer("test", buffer);
// Adding one more character fills the inline buffer, but doesn't cause
// dynamic allocation.
buffer.push_back('a');
check_move_assign_buffer("testa", buffer);
const char *inline_buffer_ptr = &buffer[0];
// Adding one more character causes the content to move from the inline to
// a dynamically allocated buffer.
buffer.push_back('b');
basic_memory_buffer<char, 5> buffer2;
buffer2 = std::move(buffer);
// Move should rip the guts of the first buffer.
EXPECT_EQ(inline_buffer_ptr, &buffer[0]);
EXPECT_EQ("testab", std::string(&buffer2[0], buffer2.size()));
EXPECT_GT(buffer2.capacity(), 5u);
}
TEST(MemoryBufferTest, Grow) {
typedef allocator_ref< mock_allocator<int> > Allocator;
typedef basic_memory_buffer<int, 10, Allocator> Base;
mock_allocator<int> alloc;
struct TestMemoryBuffer : Base {
TestMemoryBuffer(Allocator alloc) : Base(alloc) {}
void grow(std::size_t size) { Base::grow(size); }
} buffer((Allocator(&alloc)));
buffer.resize(7);
using fmt::internal::to_unsigned;
for (int i = 0; i < 7; ++i)
buffer[to_unsigned(i)] = i * i;
EXPECT_EQ(10u, buffer.capacity());
int mem[20];
mem[7] = 0xdead;
EXPECT_CALL(alloc, allocate(20)).WillOnce(Return(mem));
buffer.grow(20);
EXPECT_EQ(20u, buffer.capacity());
// Check if size elements have been copied
for (int i = 0; i < 7; ++i)
EXPECT_EQ(i * i, buffer[to_unsigned(i)]);
// and no more than that.
EXPECT_EQ(0xdead, buffer[7]);
EXPECT_CALL(alloc, deallocate(mem, 20));
}
TEST(MemoryBufferTest, Allocator) {
typedef allocator_ref< mock_allocator<char> > TestAllocator;
basic_memory_buffer<char, 10, TestAllocator> buffer;
EXPECT_EQ(FMT_NULL, buffer.get_allocator().get());
StrictMock< mock_allocator<char> > alloc;
char mem;
{
basic_memory_buffer<char, 10, TestAllocator> buffer2((TestAllocator(&alloc)));
EXPECT_EQ(&alloc, buffer2.get_allocator().get());
std::size_t size = 2 * fmt::inline_buffer_size;
EXPECT_CALL(alloc, allocate(size)).WillOnce(Return(&mem));
buffer2.reserve(size);
EXPECT_CALL(alloc, deallocate(&mem, size));
}
}
TEST(MemoryBufferTest, ExceptionInDeallocate) {
typedef allocator_ref< mock_allocator<char> > TestAllocator;
StrictMock< mock_allocator<char> > alloc;
basic_memory_buffer<char, 10, TestAllocator> buffer((TestAllocator(&alloc)));
std::size_t size = 2 * fmt::inline_buffer_size;
std::vector<char> mem(size);
{
EXPECT_CALL(alloc, allocate(size)).WillOnce(Return(&mem[0]));
buffer.resize(size);
std::fill(&buffer[0], &buffer[0] + size, 'x');
}
std::vector<char> mem2(2 * size);
{
EXPECT_CALL(alloc, allocate(2 * size)).WillOnce(Return(&mem2[0]));
std::exception e;
EXPECT_CALL(alloc, deallocate(&mem[0], size)).WillOnce(testing::Throw(e));
EXPECT_THROW(buffer.reserve(2 * size), std::exception);
EXPECT_EQ(&mem2[0], &buffer[0]);
// Check that the data has been copied.
for (std::size_t i = 0; i < size; ++i)
EXPECT_EQ('x', buffer[i]);
}
EXPECT_CALL(alloc, deallocate(&mem2[0], 2 * size));
}
#ifdef _WIN32
TEST(UtilTest, UTF16ToUTF8) {
std::string s = "ёжик";
fmt::internal::utf16_to_utf8 u(L"\x0451\x0436\x0438\x043A");
EXPECT_EQ(s, u.str());
EXPECT_EQ(s.size(), u.size());
}
TEST(UtilTest, UTF16ToUTF8EmptyString) {
std::string s = "";
fmt::internal::utf16_to_utf8 u(L"");
EXPECT_EQ(s, u.str());
EXPECT_EQ(s.size(), u.size());
}
TEST(UtilTest, UTF8ToUTF16) {
std::string s = "лошадка";
fmt::internal::utf8_to_utf16 u(s.c_str());
EXPECT_EQ(L"\x043B\x043E\x0448\x0430\x0434\x043A\x0430", u.str());
EXPECT_EQ(7, u.size());
}
TEST(UtilTest, UTF8ToUTF16EmptyString) {
std::string s = "";
fmt::internal::utf8_to_utf16 u(s.c_str());
EXPECT_EQ(L"", u.str());
EXPECT_EQ(s.size(), u.size());
}
template <typename Converter, typename Char>
void check_utf_conversion_error(
const char *message,
fmt::basic_string_view<Char> str = fmt::basic_string_view<Char>(0, 1)) {
fmt::memory_buffer out;
fmt::internal::format_windows_error(out, ERROR_INVALID_PARAMETER, message);
fmt::system_error error(0, "");
try {
(Converter)(str);
} catch (const fmt::system_error &e) {
error = e;
}
EXPECT_EQ(ERROR_INVALID_PARAMETER, error.error_code());
EXPECT_EQ(fmt::to_string(out), error.what());
}
TEST(UtilTest, UTF16ToUTF8Error) {
check_utf_conversion_error<fmt::internal::utf16_to_utf8, wchar_t>(
"cannot convert string from UTF-16 to UTF-8");
}
TEST(UtilTest, UTF8ToUTF16Error) {
const char *message = "cannot convert string from UTF-8 to UTF-16";
check_utf_conversion_error<fmt::internal::utf8_to_utf16, char>(message);
check_utf_conversion_error<fmt::internal::utf8_to_utf16, char>(
message, fmt::string_view("foo", INT_MAX + 1u));
}
TEST(UtilTest, UTF16ToUTF8Convert) {
fmt::internal::utf16_to_utf8 u;
EXPECT_EQ(ERROR_INVALID_PARAMETER, u.convert(fmt::wstring_view(0, 1)));
EXPECT_EQ(ERROR_INVALID_PARAMETER,
u.convert(fmt::wstring_view(L"foo", INT_MAX + 1u)));
}
#endif // _WIN32
typedef void (*FormatErrorMessage)(
fmt::internal::buffer &out, int error_code, string_view message);
template <typename Error>
void check_throw_error(int error_code, FormatErrorMessage format) {
fmt::system_error error(0, "");
try {
throw Error(error_code, "test {}", "error");
} catch (const fmt::system_error &e) {
error = e;
}
fmt::memory_buffer message;
format(message, error_code, "test error");
EXPECT_EQ(to_string(message), error.what());
EXPECT_EQ(error_code, error.error_code());
}
TEST(UtilTest, FormatSystemError) {
fmt::memory_buffer message;
fmt::format_system_error(message, EDOM, "test");
EXPECT_EQ(fmt::format("test: {}", get_system_error(EDOM)),
to_string(message));
message = fmt::memory_buffer();
// Check if std::allocator throws on allocating max size_t / 2 chars.
size_t max_size = std::numeric_limits<size_t>::max() / 2;
bool throws_on_alloc = false;
try {
std::allocator<char> alloc;
alloc.deallocate(alloc.allocate(max_size), max_size);
} catch (const std::bad_alloc&) {
throws_on_alloc = true;
}
if (!throws_on_alloc) {
fmt::print("warning: std::allocator allocates {} chars", max_size);
return;
}
fmt::format_system_error(message, EDOM, fmt::string_view(FMT_NULL, max_size));
EXPECT_EQ(fmt::format("error {}", EDOM), to_string(message));
}
TEST(UtilTest, SystemError) {
fmt::system_error e(EDOM, "test");
EXPECT_EQ(fmt::format("test: {}", get_system_error(EDOM)), e.what());
EXPECT_EQ(EDOM, e.error_code());
check_throw_error<fmt::system_error>(EDOM, fmt::format_system_error);
}
TEST(UtilTest, ReportSystemError) {
fmt::memory_buffer out;
fmt::format_system_error(out, EDOM, "test error");
out.push_back('\n');
EXPECT_WRITE(stderr, fmt::report_system_error(EDOM, "test error"),
to_string(out));
}
#ifdef _WIN32
TEST(UtilTest, FormatWindowsError) {
LPWSTR message = 0;
FormatMessageW(FORMAT_MESSAGE_ALLOCATE_BUFFER |
FORMAT_MESSAGE_FROM_SYSTEM | FORMAT_MESSAGE_IGNORE_INSERTS, 0,
ERROR_FILE_EXISTS, MAKELANGID(LANG_NEUTRAL, SUBLANG_DEFAULT),
reinterpret_cast<LPWSTR>(&message), 0, 0);
fmt::internal::utf16_to_utf8 utf8_message(message);
LocalFree(message);
fmt::memory_buffer actual_message;
fmt::internal::format_windows_error(
actual_message, ERROR_FILE_EXISTS, "test");
EXPECT_EQ(fmt::format("test: {}", utf8_message.str()),
fmt::to_string(actual_message));
actual_message.resize(0);
fmt::internal::format_windows_error(
actual_message, ERROR_FILE_EXISTS,
fmt::string_view(0, std::numeric_limits<size_t>::max()));
EXPECT_EQ(fmt::format("error {}", ERROR_FILE_EXISTS),
fmt::to_string(actual_message));
}
TEST(UtilTest, FormatLongWindowsError) {
LPWSTR message = 0;
// this error code is not available on all Windows platforms and
// Windows SDKs, so do not fail the test if the error string cannot
// be retrieved.
const int provisioning_not_allowed = 0x80284013L /*TBS_E_PROVISIONING_NOT_ALLOWED*/;
if (FormatMessageW(FORMAT_MESSAGE_ALLOCATE_BUFFER |
FORMAT_MESSAGE_FROM_SYSTEM | FORMAT_MESSAGE_IGNORE_INSERTS, 0,
static_cast<DWORD>(provisioning_not_allowed),
MAKELANGID(LANG_NEUTRAL, SUBLANG_DEFAULT),
reinterpret_cast<LPWSTR>(&message), 0, 0) == 0) {
return;
}
fmt::internal::utf16_to_utf8 utf8_message(message);
LocalFree(message);
fmt::memory_buffer actual_message;
fmt::internal::format_windows_error(
actual_message, provisioning_not_allowed, "test");
EXPECT_EQ(fmt::format("test: {}", utf8_message.str()),
fmt::to_string(actual_message));
}
TEST(UtilTest, WindowsError) {
check_throw_error<fmt::windows_error>(
ERROR_FILE_EXISTS, fmt::internal::format_windows_error);
}
TEST(UtilTest, ReportWindowsError) {
fmt::memory_buffer out;
fmt::internal::format_windows_error(out, ERROR_FILE_EXISTS, "test error");
out.push_back('\n');
EXPECT_WRITE(stderr,
fmt::report_windows_error(ERROR_FILE_EXISTS, "test error"),
fmt::to_string(out));
}
#endif // _WIN32
TEST(StringViewTest, Ctor) {
EXPECT_STREQ("abc", string_view("abc").data());
EXPECT_EQ(3u, string_view("abc").size());
EXPECT_STREQ("defg", string_view(std::string("defg")).data());
EXPECT_EQ(4u, string_view(std::string("defg")).size());
}
TEST(WriterTest, Data) {
memory_buffer buf;
fmt::writer w(buf);
w.write(42);
EXPECT_EQ("42", to_string(buf));
}
TEST(WriterTest, WriteInt) {
CHECK_WRITE(42);
CHECK_WRITE(-42);
CHECK_WRITE(static_cast<short>(12));
CHECK_WRITE(34u);
CHECK_WRITE(std::numeric_limits<int>::min());
CHECK_WRITE(std::numeric_limits<int>::max());
CHECK_WRITE(std::numeric_limits<unsigned>::max());
}
TEST(WriterTest, WriteLong) {
CHECK_WRITE(56l);
CHECK_WRITE(78ul);
CHECK_WRITE(std::numeric_limits<long>::min());
CHECK_WRITE(std::numeric_limits<long>::max());
CHECK_WRITE(std::numeric_limits<unsigned long>::max());
}
TEST(WriterTest, WriteLongLong) {
CHECK_WRITE(56ll);
CHECK_WRITE(78ull);
CHECK_WRITE(std::numeric_limits<long long>::min());
CHECK_WRITE(std::numeric_limits<long long>::max());
CHECK_WRITE(std::numeric_limits<unsigned long long>::max());
}
TEST(WriterTest, WriteDouble) {
CHECK_WRITE(4.2);
CHECK_WRITE(-4.2);
CHECK_WRITE(std::numeric_limits<double>::min());
CHECK_WRITE(std::numeric_limits<double>::max());
}
TEST(WriterTest, WriteLongDouble) {
CHECK_WRITE(4.2l);
CHECK_WRITE_CHAR(-4.2l);
std::wstring str;
std_format(4.2l, str);
if (str[0] != '-')
CHECK_WRITE_WCHAR(-4.2l);
else
fmt::print("warning: long double formatting with std::swprintf is broken");
CHECK_WRITE(std::numeric_limits<long double>::min());
CHECK_WRITE(std::numeric_limits<long double>::max());
}
TEST(WriterTest, WriteDoubleAtBufferBoundary) {
memory_buffer buf;
fmt::writer writer(buf);
for (int i = 0; i < 100; ++i)
writer.write(1.23456789);
}
TEST(WriterTest, WriteDoubleWithFilledBuffer) {
memory_buffer buf;
fmt::writer writer(buf);
// Fill the buffer.
for (int i = 0; i < fmt::inline_buffer_size; ++i)
writer.write(' ');
writer.write(1.2);
fmt::string_view sv(buf.data(), buf.size());
sv.remove_prefix(fmt::inline_buffer_size);
EXPECT_EQ("1.2", sv);
}
TEST(WriterTest, WriteChar) {
CHECK_WRITE('a');
}
TEST(WriterTest, WriteWideChar) {
CHECK_WRITE_WCHAR(L'a');
}
TEST(WriterTest, WriteString) {
CHECK_WRITE_CHAR("abc");
CHECK_WRITE_WCHAR("abc");
// The following line shouldn't compile:
//std::declval<fmt::basic_writer<fmt::buffer>>().write(L"abc");
}
TEST(WriterTest, WriteWideString) {
CHECK_WRITE_WCHAR(L"abc");
// The following line shouldn't compile:
//std::declval<fmt::basic_writer<fmt::wbuffer>>().write("abc");
}
TEST(FormatToTest, FormatWithoutArgs) {
std::string s;
fmt::format_to(std::back_inserter(s), "test");
EXPECT_EQ("test", s);
}
TEST(FormatToTest, Format) {
std::string s;
fmt::format_to(std::back_inserter(s), "part{0}", 1);
EXPECT_EQ("part1", s);
fmt::format_to(std::back_inserter(s), "part{0}", 2);
EXPECT_EQ("part1part2", s);
}
TEST(FormatToTest, WideString) {
std::vector<wchar_t> buf;
fmt::format_to(std::back_inserter(buf), L"{}{}", 42, L'\0');
EXPECT_STREQ(buf.data(), L"42");
}
TEST(FormatToTest, FormatToNonbackInsertIteratorWithSignAndNumericAlignment) {
char buffer[16] = {};
fmt::format_to(fmt::internal::make_checked(buffer, 16), "{: =+}", 42.0);
EXPECT_STREQ("+42", buffer);
}
TEST(FormatToTest, FormatToMemoryBuffer) {
fmt::basic_memory_buffer<char, 100> buffer;
fmt::format_to(buffer, "{}", "foo");
EXPECT_EQ("foo", to_string(buffer));
fmt::wmemory_buffer wbuffer;
fmt::format_to(wbuffer, L"{}", L"foo");
EXPECT_EQ(L"foo", to_string(wbuffer));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, Escape) {
EXPECT_EQ("{", format("{{"));
EXPECT_EQ("before {", format("before {{"));
EXPECT_EQ("{ after", format("{{ after"));
EXPECT_EQ("before { after", format("before {{ after"));
EXPECT_EQ("}", format("}}"));
EXPECT_EQ("before }", format("before }}"));
EXPECT_EQ("} after", format("}} after"));
EXPECT_EQ("before } after", format("before }} after"));
EXPECT_EQ("{}", format("{{}}"));
EXPECT_EQ("{42}", format("{{{0}}}", 42));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, UnmatchedBraces) {
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{"), format_error, "invalid format string");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("}"), format_error, "unmatched '}' in format string");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0{}"), format_error, "invalid format string");
}
TEST(FormatterTest, NoArgs) {
EXPECT_EQ("test", format("test"));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, ArgsInDifferentPositions) {
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{0}", 42));
EXPECT_EQ("before 42", format("before {0}", 42));
EXPECT_EQ("42 after", format("{0} after", 42));
EXPECT_EQ("before 42 after", format("before {0} after", 42));
EXPECT_EQ("answer = 42", format("{0} = {1}", "answer", 42));
EXPECT_EQ("42 is the answer", format("{1} is the {0}", "answer", 42));
EXPECT_EQ("abracadabra", format("{0}{1}{0}", "abra", "cad"));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, ArgErrors) {
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{"), format_error, "invalid format string");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{?}"), format_error, "invalid format string");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0"), format_error, "invalid format string");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0}"), format_error, "argument index out of range");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{00}", 42), format_error, "invalid format string");
char format_str[BUFFER_SIZE];
safe_sprintf(format_str, "{%u", INT_MAX);
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format(format_str), format_error, "invalid format string");
safe_sprintf(format_str, "{%u}", INT_MAX);
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format(format_str), format_error,
"argument index out of range");
safe_sprintf(format_str, "{%u", INT_MAX + 1u);
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format(format_str), format_error, "number is too big");
safe_sprintf(format_str, "{%u}", INT_MAX + 1u);
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format(format_str), format_error, "number is too big");
}
template <int N>
struct TestFormat {
template <typename... Args>
static std::string format(fmt::string_view format_str, const Args &... args) {
return TestFormat<N - 1>::format(format_str, N - 1, args...);
}
};
template <>
struct TestFormat<0> {
template <typename... Args>
static std::string format(fmt::string_view format_str, const Args &... args) {
return fmt::format(format_str, args...);
}
};
TEST(FormatterTest, ManyArgs) {
EXPECT_EQ("19", TestFormat<20>::format("{19}"));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(TestFormat<20>::format("{20}"),
format_error, "argument index out of range");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(TestFormat<21>::format("{21}"),
format_error, "argument index out of range");
enum { max_packed_args = fmt::internal::max_packed_args };
std::string format_str = fmt::format("{{{}}}", max_packed_args + 1);
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(TestFormat<max_packed_args>::format(format_str),
format_error, "argument index out of range");
}
TEST(FormatterTest, NamedArg) {
EXPECT_EQ("1/a/A", format("{_1}/{a_}/{A_}", fmt::arg("a_", 'a'),
fmt::arg("A_", "A"), fmt::arg("_1", 1)));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{a}"), format_error, "argument not found");
EXPECT_EQ(" -42", format("{0:{width}}", -42, fmt::arg("width", 4)));
EXPECT_EQ("st", format("{0:.{precision}}", "str", fmt::arg("precision", 2)));
EXPECT_EQ("1 2", format("{} {two}", 1, fmt::arg("two", 2)));
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{c}",
fmt::arg("a", 0), fmt::arg("b", 0), fmt::arg("c", 42), fmt::arg("d", 0),
fmt::arg("e", 0), fmt::arg("f", 0), fmt::arg("g", 0), fmt::arg("h", 0),
fmt::arg("i", 0), fmt::arg("j", 0), fmt::arg("k", 0), fmt::arg("l", 0),
fmt::arg("m", 0), fmt::arg("n", 0), fmt::arg("o", 0), fmt::arg("p", 0)));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, AutoArgIndex) {
EXPECT_EQ("abc", format("{}{}{}", 'a', 'b', 'c'));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0}{}", 'a', 'b'),
format_error, "cannot switch from manual to automatic argument indexing");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{}{0}", 'a', 'b'),
format_error, "cannot switch from automatic to manual argument indexing");
EXPECT_EQ("1.2", format("{:.{}}", 1.2345, 2));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0}:.{}", 1.2345, 2),
format_error, "cannot switch from manual to automatic argument indexing");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{:.{0}}", 1.2345, 2),
format_error, "cannot switch from automatic to manual argument indexing");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{}"), format_error, "argument index out of range");
}
TEST(FormatterTest, EmptySpecs) {
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{0:}", 42));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, LeftAlign) {
EXPECT_EQ("42 ", format("{0:<4}", 42));
EXPECT_EQ("42 ", format("{0:<4o}", 042));
EXPECT_EQ("42 ", format("{0:<4x}", 0x42));
EXPECT_EQ("-42 ", format("{0:<5}", -42));
EXPECT_EQ("42 ", format("{0:<5}", 42u));
EXPECT_EQ("-42 ", format("{0:<5}", -42l));
EXPECT_EQ("42 ", format("{0:<5}", 42ul));
EXPECT_EQ("-42 ", format("{0:<5}", -42ll));
EXPECT_EQ("42 ", format("{0:<5}", 42ull));
EXPECT_EQ("-42 ", format("{0:<5}", -42.0));
EXPECT_EQ("-42 ", format("{0:<5}", -42.0l));
EXPECT_EQ("c ", format("{0:<5}", 'c'));
EXPECT_EQ("abc ", format("{0:<5}", "abc"));
EXPECT_EQ("0xface ", format("{0:<8}", reinterpret_cast<void*>(0xface)));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, RightAlign) {
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0:>4}", 42));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0:>4o}", 042));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0:>4x}", 0x42));
EXPECT_EQ(" -42", format("{0:>5}", -42));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0:>5}", 42u));
EXPECT_EQ(" -42", format("{0:>5}", -42l));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0:>5}", 42ul));
EXPECT_EQ(" -42", format("{0:>5}", -42ll));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0:>5}", 42ull));
EXPECT_EQ(" -42", format("{0:>5}", -42.0));
EXPECT_EQ(" -42", format("{0:>5}", -42.0l));
EXPECT_EQ(" c", format("{0:>5}", 'c'));
EXPECT_EQ(" abc", format("{0:>5}", "abc"));
EXPECT_EQ(" 0xface", format("{0:>8}", reinterpret_cast<void*>(0xface)));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, NumericAlign) {
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0:=4}", 42));
EXPECT_EQ("+ 42", format("{0:=+4}", 42));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0:=4o}", 042));
EXPECT_EQ("+ 42", format("{0:=+4o}", 042));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0:=4x}", 0x42));
EXPECT_EQ("+ 42", format("{0:=+4x}", 0x42));
EXPECT_EQ("- 42", format("{0:=5}", -42));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0:=5}", 42u));
EXPECT_EQ("- 42", format("{0:=5}", -42l));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0:=5}", 42ul));
EXPECT_EQ("- 42", format("{0:=5}", -42ll));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0:=5}", 42ull));
EXPECT_EQ("- 42", format("{0:=5}", -42.0));
EXPECT_EQ("- 42", format("{0:=5}", -42.0l));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:=5", 'c'),
format_error, "missing '}' in format string");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:=5}", 'c'),
format_error, "invalid format specifier for char");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:=5}", "abc"),
format_error, "format specifier requires numeric argument");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:=8}", reinterpret_cast<void*>(0xface)),
format_error, "format specifier requires numeric argument");
EXPECT_EQ(" 1", fmt::format("{:= }", 1.0));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, CenterAlign) {
EXPECT_EQ(" 42 ", format("{0:^5}", 42));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42 ", format("{0:^5o}", 042));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42 ", format("{0:^5x}", 0x42));
EXPECT_EQ(" -42 ", format("{0:^5}", -42));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42 ", format("{0:^5}", 42u));
EXPECT_EQ(" -42 ", format("{0:^5}", -42l));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42 ", format("{0:^5}", 42ul));
EXPECT_EQ(" -42 ", format("{0:^5}", -42ll));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42 ", format("{0:^5}", 42ull));
EXPECT_EQ(" -42 ", format("{0:^6}", -42.0));
EXPECT_EQ(" -42 ", format("{0:^5}", -42.0l));
EXPECT_EQ(" c ", format("{0:^5}", 'c'));
EXPECT_EQ(" abc ", format("{0:^6}", "abc"));
EXPECT_EQ(" 0xface ", format("{0:^8}", reinterpret_cast<void*>(0xface)));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, Fill) {
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:{<5}", 'c'),
format_error, "invalid fill character '{'");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:{<5}}", 'c'),
format_error, "invalid fill character '{'");
EXPECT_EQ("**42", format("{0:*>4}", 42));
EXPECT_EQ("**-42", format("{0:*>5}", -42));
EXPECT_EQ("***42", format("{0:*>5}", 42u));
EXPECT_EQ("**-42", format("{0:*>5}", -42l));
EXPECT_EQ("***42", format("{0:*>5}", 42ul));
EXPECT_EQ("**-42", format("{0:*>5}", -42ll));
EXPECT_EQ("***42", format("{0:*>5}", 42ull));
EXPECT_EQ("**-42", format("{0:*>5}", -42.0));
EXPECT_EQ("**-42", format("{0:*>5}", -42.0l));
EXPECT_EQ("c****", format("{0:*<5}", 'c'));
EXPECT_EQ("abc**", format("{0:*<5}", "abc"));
EXPECT_EQ("**0xface", format("{0:*>8}", reinterpret_cast<void*>(0xface)));
EXPECT_EQ("foo=", format("{:}=", "foo"));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, PlusSign) {
EXPECT_EQ("+42", format("{0:+}", 42));
EXPECT_EQ("-42", format("{0:+}", -42));
EXPECT_EQ("+42", format("{0:+}", 42));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:+}", 42u),
format_error, "format specifier requires signed argument");
EXPECT_EQ("+42", format("{0:+}", 42l));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:+}", 42ul),
format_error, "format specifier requires signed argument");
EXPECT_EQ("+42", format("{0:+}", 42ll));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:+}", 42ull),
format_error, "format specifier requires signed argument");
EXPECT_EQ("+42", format("{0:+}", 42.0));
EXPECT_EQ("+42", format("{0:+}", 42.0l));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:+", 'c'),
format_error, "missing '}' in format string");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:+}", 'c'),
format_error, "invalid format specifier for char");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:+}", "abc"),
format_error, "format specifier requires numeric argument");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:+}", reinterpret_cast<void*>(0x42)),
format_error, "format specifier requires numeric argument");
}
TEST(FormatterTest, MinusSign) {
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{0:-}", 42));
EXPECT_EQ("-42", format("{0:-}", -42));
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{0:-}", 42));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:-}", 42u),
format_error, "format specifier requires signed argument");
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{0:-}", 42l));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:-}", 42ul),
format_error, "format specifier requires signed argument");
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{0:-}", 42ll));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:-}", 42ull),
format_error, "format specifier requires signed argument");
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{0:-}", 42.0));
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{0:-}", 42.0l));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:-", 'c'),
format_error, "missing '}' in format string");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:-}", 'c'),
format_error, "invalid format specifier for char");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:-}", "abc"),
format_error, "format specifier requires numeric argument");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:-}", reinterpret_cast<void*>(0x42)),
format_error, "format specifier requires numeric argument");
}
TEST(FormatterTest, SpaceSign) {
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0: }", 42));
EXPECT_EQ("-42", format("{0: }", -42));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0: }", 42));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0: }", 42u),
format_error, "format specifier requires signed argument");
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0: }", 42l));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0: }", 42ul),
format_error, "format specifier requires signed argument");
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0: }", 42ll));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0: }", 42ull),
format_error, "format specifier requires signed argument");
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0: }", 42.0));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0: }", 42.0l));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0: ", 'c'),
format_error, "missing '}' in format string");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0: }", 'c'),
format_error, "invalid format specifier for char");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0: }", "abc"),
format_error, "format specifier requires numeric argument");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0: }", reinterpret_cast<void*>(0x42)),
format_error, "format specifier requires numeric argument");
}
TEST(FormatterTest, HashFlag) {
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{0:#}", 42));
EXPECT_EQ("-42", format("{0:#}", -42));
EXPECT_EQ("0b101010", format("{0:#b}", 42));
EXPECT_EQ("0B101010", format("{0:#B}", 42));
EXPECT_EQ("-0b101010", format("{0:#b}", -42));
EXPECT_EQ("0x42", format("{0:#x}", 0x42));
EXPECT_EQ("0X42", format("{0:#X}", 0x42));
EXPECT_EQ("-0x42", format("{0:#x}", -0x42));
EXPECT_EQ("042", format("{0:#o}", 042));
EXPECT_EQ("-042", format("{0:#o}", -042));
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{0:#}", 42u));
EXPECT_EQ("0x42", format("{0:#x}", 0x42u));
EXPECT_EQ("042", format("{0:#o}", 042u));
EXPECT_EQ("-42", format("{0:#}", -42l));
EXPECT_EQ("0x42", format("{0:#x}", 0x42l));
EXPECT_EQ("-0x42", format("{0:#x}", -0x42l));
EXPECT_EQ("042", format("{0:#o}", 042l));
EXPECT_EQ("-042", format("{0:#o}", -042l));
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{0:#}", 42ul));
EXPECT_EQ("0x42", format("{0:#x}", 0x42ul));
EXPECT_EQ("042", format("{0:#o}", 042ul));
EXPECT_EQ("-42", format("{0:#}", -42ll));
EXPECT_EQ("0x42", format("{0:#x}", 0x42ll));
EXPECT_EQ("-0x42", format("{0:#x}", -0x42ll));
EXPECT_EQ("042", format("{0:#o}", 042ll));
EXPECT_EQ("-042", format("{0:#o}", -042ll));
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{0:#}", 42ull));
EXPECT_EQ("0x42", format("{0:#x}", 0x42ull));
EXPECT_EQ("042", format("{0:#o}", 042ull));
if (FMT_USE_GRISU)
EXPECT_EQ("-42.0", format("{0:#}", -42.0));
else
EXPECT_EQ("-42.0000", format("{0:#}", -42.0));
EXPECT_EQ("-42.0000", format("{0:#}", -42.0l));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:#", 'c'),
format_error, "missing '}' in format string");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:#}", 'c'),
format_error, "invalid format specifier for char");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:#}", "abc"),
format_error, "format specifier requires numeric argument");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:#}", reinterpret_cast<void*>(0x42)),
format_error, "format specifier requires numeric argument");
}
TEST(FormatterTest, ZeroFlag) {
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{0:0}", 42));
EXPECT_EQ("-0042", format("{0:05}", -42));
EXPECT_EQ("00042", format("{0:05}", 42u));
EXPECT_EQ("-0042", format("{0:05}", -42l));
EXPECT_EQ("00042", format("{0:05}", 42ul));
EXPECT_EQ("-0042", format("{0:05}", -42ll));
EXPECT_EQ("00042", format("{0:05}", 42ull));
EXPECT_EQ("-0042", format("{0:05}", -42.0));
EXPECT_EQ("-0042", format("{0:05}", -42.0l));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:0", 'c'),
format_error, "missing '}' in format string");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:05}", 'c'),
format_error, "invalid format specifier for char");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:05}", "abc"),
format_error, "format specifier requires numeric argument");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:05}", reinterpret_cast<void*>(0x42)),
format_error, "format specifier requires numeric argument");
}
TEST(FormatterTest, Width) {
char format_str[BUFFER_SIZE];
safe_sprintf(format_str, "{0:%u", UINT_MAX);
increment(format_str + 3);
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format(format_str, 0), format_error, "number is too big");
std::size_t size = std::strlen(format_str);
format_str[size] = '}';
format_str[size + 1] = 0;
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format(format_str, 0), format_error, "number is too big");
safe_sprintf(format_str, "{0:%u", INT_MAX + 1u);
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format(format_str, 0), format_error, "number is too big");
safe_sprintf(format_str, "{0:%u}", INT_MAX + 1u);
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format(format_str, 0), format_error, "number is too big");
EXPECT_EQ(" -42", format("{0:4}", -42));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0:5}", 42u));
EXPECT_EQ(" -42", format("{0:6}", -42l));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0:7}", 42ul));
EXPECT_EQ(" -42", format("{0:6}", -42ll));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0:7}", 42ull));
EXPECT_EQ(" -1.23", format("{0:8}", -1.23));
EXPECT_EQ(" -1.23", format("{0:9}", -1.23l));
EXPECT_EQ(" 0xcafe", format("{0:10}", reinterpret_cast<void*>(0xcafe)));
EXPECT_EQ("x ", format("{0:11}", 'x'));
EXPECT_EQ("str ", format("{0:12}", "str"));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, RuntimeWidth) {
char format_str[BUFFER_SIZE];
safe_sprintf(format_str, "{0:{%u", UINT_MAX);
increment(format_str + 4);
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format(format_str, 0), format_error, "number is too big");
std::size_t size = std::strlen(format_str);
format_str[size] = '}';
format_str[size + 1] = 0;
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format(format_str, 0), format_error, "number is too big");
format_str[size + 1] = '}';
format_str[size + 2] = 0;
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format(format_str, 0), format_error, "number is too big");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:{", 0),
format_error, "invalid format string");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:{}", 0),
format_error, "cannot switch from manual to automatic argument indexing");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:{?}}", 0),
format_error, "invalid format string");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:{1}}", 0),
format_error, "argument index out of range");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:{0:}}", 0),
format_error, "invalid format string");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:{1}}", 0, -1),
format_error, "negative width");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:{1}}", 0, (INT_MAX + 1u)),
format_error, "number is too big");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:{1}}", 0, -1l),
format_error, "negative width");
if (fmt::internal::const_check(sizeof(long) > sizeof(int))) {
long value = INT_MAX;
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:{1}}", 0, (value + 1)),
format_error, "number is too big");
}
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:{1}}", 0, (INT_MAX + 1ul)),
format_error, "number is too big");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:{1}}", 0, '0'),
format_error, "width is not integer");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:{1}}", 0, 0.0),
format_error, "width is not integer");
EXPECT_EQ(" -42", format("{0:{1}}", -42, 4));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0:{1}}", 42u, 5));
EXPECT_EQ(" -42", format("{0:{1}}", -42l, 6));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0:{1}}", 42ul, 7));
EXPECT_EQ(" -42", format("{0:{1}}", -42ll, 6));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", format("{0:{1}}", 42ull, 7));
EXPECT_EQ(" -1.23", format("{0:{1}}", -1.23, 8));
EXPECT_EQ(" -1.23", format("{0:{1}}", -1.23l, 9));
EXPECT_EQ(" 0xcafe",
format("{0:{1}}", reinterpret_cast<void*>(0xcafe), 10));
EXPECT_EQ("x ", format("{0:{1}}", 'x', 11));
EXPECT_EQ("str ", format("{0:{1}}", "str", 12));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, Precision) {
char format_str[BUFFER_SIZE];
safe_sprintf(format_str, "{0:.%u", UINT_MAX);
increment(format_str + 4);
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format(format_str, 0), format_error, "number is too big");
std::size_t size = std::strlen(format_str);
format_str[size] = '}';
format_str[size + 1] = 0;
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format(format_str, 0), format_error, "number is too big");
safe_sprintf(format_str, "{0:.%u", INT_MAX + 1u);
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format(format_str, 0), format_error, "number is too big");
safe_sprintf(format_str, "{0:.%u}", INT_MAX + 1u);
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format(format_str, 0), format_error, "number is too big");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.", 0),
format_error, "missing precision specifier");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.}", 0),
format_error, "missing precision specifier");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.2", 0),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.2}", 42),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.2f}", 42),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.2}", 42u),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.2f}", 42u),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.2}", 42l),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.2f}", 42l),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.2}", 42ul),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.2f}", 42ul),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.2}", 42ll),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.2f}", 42ll),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.2}", 42ull),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.2f}", 42ull),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:3.0}", 'x'),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_EQ("1.2", format("{0:.2}", 1.2345));
EXPECT_EQ("1.2", format("{0:.2}", 1.2345l));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.2}", reinterpret_cast<void*>(0xcafe)),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.2f}", reinterpret_cast<void*>(0xcafe)),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_EQ("st", format("{0:.2}", "str"));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, RuntimePrecision) {
char format_str[BUFFER_SIZE];
safe_sprintf(format_str, "{0:.{%u", UINT_MAX);
increment(format_str + 5);
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format(format_str, 0), format_error, "number is too big");
std::size_t size = std::strlen(format_str);
format_str[size] = '}';
format_str[size + 1] = 0;
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format(format_str, 0), format_error, "number is too big");
format_str[size + 1] = '}';
format_str[size + 2] = 0;
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format(format_str, 0), format_error, "number is too big");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{", 0),
format_error, "invalid format string");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{}", 0),
format_error, "cannot switch from manual to automatic argument indexing");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{?}}", 0),
format_error, "invalid format string");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{1}", 0, 0),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{1}}", 0),
format_error, "argument index out of range");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{0:}}", 0),
format_error, "invalid format string");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{1}}", 0, -1),
format_error, "negative precision");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{1}}", 0, (INT_MAX + 1u)),
format_error, "number is too big");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{1}}", 0, -1l),
format_error, "negative precision");
if (fmt::internal::const_check(sizeof(long) > sizeof(int))) {
long value = INT_MAX;
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{1}}", 0, (value + 1)),
format_error, "number is too big");
}
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{1}}", 0, (INT_MAX + 1ul)),
format_error, "number is too big");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{1}}", 0, '0'),
format_error, "precision is not integer");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{1}}", 0, 0.0),
format_error, "precision is not integer");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{1}}", 42, 2),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{1}f}", 42, 2),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{1}}", 42u, 2),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{1}f}", 42u, 2),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{1}}", 42l, 2),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{1}f}", 42l, 2),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{1}}", 42ul, 2),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{1}f}", 42ul, 2),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{1}}", 42ll, 2),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{1}f}", 42ll, 2),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{1}}", 42ull, 2),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{1}f}", 42ull, 2),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:3.{1}}", 'x', 0),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_EQ("1.2", format("{0:.{1}}", 1.2345, 2));
EXPECT_EQ("1.2", format("{1:.{0}}", 2, 1.2345l));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{1}}", reinterpret_cast<void*>(0xcafe), 2),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:.{1}f}", reinterpret_cast<void*>(0xcafe), 2),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
EXPECT_EQ("st", format("{0:.{1}}", "str", 2));
}
template <typename T>
void check_unknown_types(const T &value, const char *types, const char *) {
char format_str[BUFFER_SIZE];
const char *special = ".0123456789}";
for (int i = CHAR_MIN; i <= CHAR_MAX; ++i) {
char c = static_cast<char>(i);
if (std::strchr(types, c) || std::strchr(special, c) || !c) continue;
safe_sprintf(format_str, "{0:10%c}", c);
const char *message = "invalid type specifier";
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format(format_str, value), format_error, message)
<< format_str << " " << message;
}
}
TEST(BoolTest, FormatBool) {
EXPECT_EQ("true", format("{}", true));
EXPECT_EQ("false", format("{}", false));
EXPECT_EQ("1", format("{:d}", true));
EXPECT_EQ("true ", format("{:5}", true));
EXPECT_EQ(L"true", format(L"{}", true));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatShort) {
short s = 42;
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{0:d}", s));
unsigned short us = 42;
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{0:d}", us));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatInt) {
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:v", 42),
format_error, "missing '}' in format string");
check_unknown_types(42, "bBdoxXn", "integer");
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatBin) {
EXPECT_EQ("0", format("{0:b}", 0));
EXPECT_EQ("101010", format("{0:b}", 42));
EXPECT_EQ("101010", format("{0:b}", 42u));
EXPECT_EQ("-101010", format("{0:b}", -42));
EXPECT_EQ("11000000111001", format("{0:b}", 12345));
EXPECT_EQ("10010001101000101011001111000", format("{0:b}", 0x12345678));
EXPECT_EQ("10010000101010111100110111101111", format("{0:b}", 0x90ABCDEF));
EXPECT_EQ("11111111111111111111111111111111",
format("{0:b}", std::numeric_limits<uint32_t>::max()));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatDec) {
EXPECT_EQ("0", format("{0}", 0));
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{0}", 42));
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{0:d}", 42));
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{0}", 42u));
EXPECT_EQ("-42", format("{0}", -42));
EXPECT_EQ("12345", format("{0}", 12345));
EXPECT_EQ("67890", format("{0}", 67890));
char buffer[BUFFER_SIZE];
safe_sprintf(buffer, "%d", INT_MIN);
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{0}", INT_MIN));
safe_sprintf(buffer, "%d", INT_MAX);
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{0}", INT_MAX));
safe_sprintf(buffer, "%u", UINT_MAX);
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{0}", UINT_MAX));
safe_sprintf(buffer, "%ld", 0 - static_cast<unsigned long>(LONG_MIN));
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{0}", LONG_MIN));
safe_sprintf(buffer, "%ld", LONG_MAX);
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{0}", LONG_MAX));
safe_sprintf(buffer, "%lu", ULONG_MAX);
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{0}", ULONG_MAX));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatHex) {
EXPECT_EQ("0", format("{0:x}", 0));
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{0:x}", 0x42));
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{0:x}", 0x42u));
EXPECT_EQ("-42", format("{0:x}", -0x42));
EXPECT_EQ("12345678", format("{0:x}", 0x12345678));
EXPECT_EQ("90abcdef", format("{0:x}", 0x90abcdef));
EXPECT_EQ("12345678", format("{0:X}", 0x12345678));
EXPECT_EQ("90ABCDEF", format("{0:X}", 0x90ABCDEF));
char buffer[BUFFER_SIZE];
safe_sprintf(buffer, "-%x", 0 - static_cast<unsigned>(INT_MIN));
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{0:x}", INT_MIN));
safe_sprintf(buffer, "%x", INT_MAX);
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{0:x}", INT_MAX));
safe_sprintf(buffer, "%x", UINT_MAX);
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{0:x}", UINT_MAX));
safe_sprintf(buffer, "-%lx", 0 - static_cast<unsigned long>(LONG_MIN));
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{0:x}", LONG_MIN));
safe_sprintf(buffer, "%lx", LONG_MAX);
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{0:x}", LONG_MAX));
safe_sprintf(buffer, "%lx", ULONG_MAX);
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{0:x}", ULONG_MAX));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatOct) {
EXPECT_EQ("0", format("{0:o}", 0));
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{0:o}", 042));
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{0:o}", 042u));
EXPECT_EQ("-42", format("{0:o}", -042));
EXPECT_EQ("12345670", format("{0:o}", 012345670));
char buffer[BUFFER_SIZE];
safe_sprintf(buffer, "-%o", 0 - static_cast<unsigned>(INT_MIN));
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{0:o}", INT_MIN));
safe_sprintf(buffer, "%o", INT_MAX);
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{0:o}", INT_MAX));
safe_sprintf(buffer, "%o", UINT_MAX);
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{0:o}", UINT_MAX));
safe_sprintf(buffer, "-%lo", 0 - static_cast<unsigned long>(LONG_MIN));
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{0:o}", LONG_MIN));
safe_sprintf(buffer, "%lo", LONG_MAX);
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{0:o}", LONG_MAX));
safe_sprintf(buffer, "%lo", ULONG_MAX);
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{0:o}", ULONG_MAX));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatIntLocale) {
EXPECT_EQ("123", format("{:n}", 123));
EXPECT_EQ("1,234", format("{:n}", 1234));
EXPECT_EQ("1,234,567", format("{:n}", 1234567));
EXPECT_EQ("4,294,967,295",
format("{:n}", std::numeric_limits<uint32_t>::max()));
}
struct ConvertibleToLongLong {
operator long long() const { return 1LL << 32; }
};
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatConvertibleToLongLong) {
EXPECT_EQ("100000000", format("{:x}", ConvertibleToLongLong()));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatFloat) {
EXPECT_EQ("392.500000", format("{0:f}", 392.5f));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatDouble) {
check_unknown_types(1.2, "eEfFgGaA", "double");
EXPECT_EQ("0", format("{:}", 0.0));
EXPECT_EQ("0.000000", format("{:f}", 0.0));
EXPECT_EQ("0", format("{:g}", 0.0));
EXPECT_EQ("392.65", format("{:}", 392.65));
EXPECT_EQ("392.65", format("{:g}", 392.65));
EXPECT_EQ("392.65", format("{:G}", 392.65));
EXPECT_EQ("392.650000", format("{:f}", 392.65));
EXPECT_EQ("392.650000", format("{:F}", 392.65));
char buffer[BUFFER_SIZE];
safe_sprintf(buffer, "%e", 392.65);
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{0:e}", 392.65));
safe_sprintf(buffer, "%E", 392.65);
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{0:E}", 392.65));
EXPECT_EQ("+0000392.6", format("{0:+010.4g}", 392.65));
safe_sprintf(buffer, "%a", -42.0);
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{:a}", -42.0));
safe_sprintf(buffer, "%A", -42.0);
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{:A}", -42.0));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatDoubleBigPrecision) {
// sprintf with big precision is broken in MSVC2013, so only test on Grisu.
if (FMT_USE_GRISU)
EXPECT_EQ(format("0.{:0<1000}", ""), format("{:.1000f}", 0.0));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatNaN) {
double nan = std::numeric_limits<double>::quiet_NaN();
EXPECT_EQ("nan", format("{}", nan));
EXPECT_EQ("+nan", format("{:+}", nan));
EXPECT_EQ(" nan", format("{: }", nan));
EXPECT_EQ("NAN", format("{:F}", nan));
EXPECT_EQ("nan ", format("{:<7}", nan));
EXPECT_EQ(" nan ", format("{:^7}", nan));
EXPECT_EQ(" nan", format("{:>7}", nan));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatInfinity) {
double inf = std::numeric_limits<double>::infinity();
EXPECT_EQ("inf", format("{}", inf));
EXPECT_EQ("+inf", format("{:+}", inf));
EXPECT_EQ("-inf", format("{}", -inf));
EXPECT_EQ(" inf", format("{: }", inf));
EXPECT_EQ("INF", format("{:F}", inf));
EXPECT_EQ("inf ", format("{:<7}", inf));
EXPECT_EQ(" inf ", format("{:^7}", inf));
EXPECT_EQ(" inf", format("{:>7}", inf));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatLongDouble) {
EXPECT_EQ("0", format("{0:}", 0.0l));
EXPECT_EQ("0.000000", format("{0:f}", 0.0l));
EXPECT_EQ("392.65", format("{0:}", 392.65l));
EXPECT_EQ("392.65", format("{0:g}", 392.65l));
EXPECT_EQ("392.65", format("{0:G}", 392.65l));
EXPECT_EQ("392.650000", format("{0:f}", 392.65l));
EXPECT_EQ("392.650000", format("{0:F}", 392.65l));
char buffer[BUFFER_SIZE];
safe_sprintf(buffer, "%Le", 392.65l);
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{0:e}", 392.65l));
EXPECT_EQ("+0000392.6", format("{0:+010.4g}", 392.64l));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatChar) {
const char types[] = "cbBdoxXn";
check_unknown_types('a', types, "char");
EXPECT_EQ("a", format("{0}", 'a'));
EXPECT_EQ("z", format("{0:c}", 'z'));
EXPECT_EQ(L"a", format(L"{0}", 'a'));
int n = 'x';
for (const char *type = types + 1; *type; ++type) {
std::string format_str = fmt::format("{{:{}}}", *type);
EXPECT_EQ(fmt::format(format_str, n), fmt::format(format_str, 'x'));
}
EXPECT_EQ(fmt::format("{:02X}", n), fmt::format("{:02X}", 'x'));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatUnsignedChar) {
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{}", static_cast<unsigned char>(42)));
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{}", static_cast<uint8_t>(42)));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatWChar) {
EXPECT_EQ(L"a", format(L"{0}", L'a'));
// This shouldn't compile:
//format("{}", L'a');
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatCString) {
check_unknown_types("test", "sp", "string");
EXPECT_EQ("test", format("{0}", "test"));
EXPECT_EQ("test", format("{0:s}", "test"));
char nonconst[] = "nonconst";
EXPECT_EQ("nonconst", format("{0}", nonconst));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0}", static_cast<const char*>(FMT_NULL)),
format_error, "string pointer is null");
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatSCharString) {
signed char str[] = "test";
EXPECT_EQ("test", format("{0:s}", str));
const signed char *const_str = str;
EXPECT_EQ("test", format("{0:s}", const_str));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatUCharString) {
unsigned char str[] = "test";
EXPECT_EQ("test", format("{0:s}", str));
const unsigned char *const_str = str;
EXPECT_EQ("test", format("{0:s}", const_str));
unsigned char *ptr = str;
EXPECT_EQ("test", format("{0:s}", ptr));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatPointer) {
check_unknown_types(reinterpret_cast<void*>(0x1234), "p", "pointer");
EXPECT_EQ("0x0", format("{0}", static_cast<void*>(FMT_NULL)));
EXPECT_EQ("0x1234", format("{0}", reinterpret_cast<void*>(0x1234)));
EXPECT_EQ("0x1234", format("{0:p}", reinterpret_cast<void*>(0x1234)));
EXPECT_EQ("0x" + std::string(sizeof(void*) * CHAR_BIT / 4, 'f'),
format("{0}", reinterpret_cast<void*>(~uintptr_t())));
EXPECT_EQ("0x1234", format("{}", fmt::ptr(reinterpret_cast<int*>(0x1234))));
#if FMT_USE_NULLPTR
EXPECT_EQ("0x0", format("{}", FMT_NULL));
#endif
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatString) {
EXPECT_EQ("test", format("{0}", std::string("test")));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatStringView) {
EXPECT_EQ("test", format("{}", string_view("test")));
EXPECT_EQ("", format("{}", string_view()));
}
#ifdef FMT_USE_STD_STRING_VIEW
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatStdStringView) {
EXPECT_EQ("test", format("{0}", std::string_view("test")));
}
#endif
FMT_BEGIN_NAMESPACE
template <>
struct formatter<Date> {
template <typename ParseContext>
FMT_CONSTEXPR auto parse(ParseContext &ctx) -> decltype(ctx.begin()) {
auto it = ctx.begin();
if (*it == 'd')
++it;
return it;
}
auto format(const Date &d, format_context &ctx) -> decltype(ctx.out()) {
format_to(ctx.out(), "{}-{}-{}", d.year(), d.month(), d.day());
return ctx.out();
}
};
FMT_END_NAMESPACE
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatCustom) {
Date date(2012, 12, 9);
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(fmt::format("{:s}", date), format_error,
"unknown format specifier");
}
class Answer {};
FMT_BEGIN_NAMESPACE
template <>
struct formatter<Answer> : formatter<int> {
template <typename FormatContext>
auto format(Answer, FormatContext &ctx) -> decltype(ctx.out()) {
return formatter<int>::format(42, ctx);
}
};
FMT_END_NAMESPACE
TEST(FormatterTest, CustomFormat) {
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{0}", Answer()));
EXPECT_EQ("0042", format("{:04}", Answer()));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, CustomFormatTo) {
char buf[10] = {};
auto end = &*fmt::format_to(
fmt::internal::make_checked(buf, 10), "{}", Answer());
EXPECT_EQ(end, buf + 2);
EXPECT_STREQ(buf, "42");
}
TEST(FormatterTest, WideFormatString) {
EXPECT_EQ(L"42", format(L"{}", 42));
EXPECT_EQ(L"4.2", format(L"{}", 4.2));
EXPECT_EQ(L"abc", format(L"{}", L"abc"));
EXPECT_EQ(L"z", format(L"{}", L'z'));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatStringFromSpeedTest) {
EXPECT_EQ("1.2340000000:0042:+3.13:str:0x3e8:X:%",
format("{0:0.10f}:{1:04}:{2:+g}:{3}:{4}:{5}:%",
1.234, 42, 3.13, "str", reinterpret_cast<void*>(1000), 'X'));
}
TEST(FormatterTest, FormatExamples) {
std::string message = format("The answer is {}", 42);
EXPECT_EQ("The answer is 42", message);
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{}", 42));
EXPECT_EQ("42", format(std::string("{}"), 42));
memory_buffer out;
format_to(out, "The answer is {}.", 42);
EXPECT_EQ("The answer is 42.", to_string(out));
const char *filename = "nonexistent";
FILE *ftest = safe_fopen(filename, "r");
if (ftest) fclose(ftest);
int error_code = errno;
EXPECT_TRUE(ftest == FMT_NULL);
EXPECT_SYSTEM_ERROR({
FILE *f = safe_fopen(filename, "r");
if (!f)
throw fmt::system_error(errno, "Cannot open file '{}'", filename);
fclose(f);
}, error_code, "Cannot open file 'nonexistent'");
}
TEST(FormatterTest, Examples) {
EXPECT_EQ("First, thou shalt count to three",
format("First, thou shalt count to {0}", "three"));
EXPECT_EQ("Bring me a shrubbery",
format("Bring me a {}", "shrubbery"));
EXPECT_EQ("From 1 to 3", format("From {} to {}", 1, 3));
char buffer[BUFFER_SIZE];
safe_sprintf(buffer, "%03.2f", -1.2);
EXPECT_EQ(buffer, format("{:03.2f}", -1.2));
EXPECT_EQ("a, b, c", format("{0}, {1}, {2}", 'a', 'b', 'c'));
EXPECT_EQ("a, b, c", format("{}, {}, {}", 'a', 'b', 'c'));
EXPECT_EQ("c, b, a", format("{2}, {1}, {0}", 'a', 'b', 'c'));
EXPECT_EQ("abracadabra", format("{0}{1}{0}", "abra", "cad"));
EXPECT_EQ("left aligned ",
format("{:<30}", "left aligned"));
EXPECT_EQ(" right aligned",
format("{:>30}", "right aligned"));
EXPECT_EQ(" centered ",
format("{:^30}", "centered"));
EXPECT_EQ("***********centered***********",
format("{:*^30}", "centered"));
EXPECT_EQ("+3.140000; -3.140000",
format("{:+f}; {:+f}", 3.14, -3.14));
EXPECT_EQ(" 3.140000; -3.140000",
format("{: f}; {: f}", 3.14, -3.14));
EXPECT_EQ("3.140000; -3.140000",
format("{:-f}; {:-f}", 3.14, -3.14));
EXPECT_EQ("int: 42; hex: 2a; oct: 52",
format("int: {0:d}; hex: {0:x}; oct: {0:o}", 42));
EXPECT_EQ("int: 42; hex: 0x2a; oct: 052",
format("int: {0:d}; hex: {0:#x}; oct: {0:#o}", 42));
EXPECT_EQ("The answer is 42", format("The answer is {}", 42));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(
format("The answer is {:d}", "forty-two"), format_error,
"invalid type specifier");
EXPECT_EQ(L"Cyrillic letter \x42e",
format(L"Cyrillic letter {}", L'\x42e'));
EXPECT_WRITE(stdout,
fmt::print("{}", std::numeric_limits<double>::infinity()), "inf");
}
TEST(FormatIntTest, Data) {
fmt::format_int format_int(42);
EXPECT_EQ("42", std::string(format_int.data(), format_int.size()));
}
TEST(FormatIntTest, FormatInt) {
EXPECT_EQ("42", fmt::format_int(42).str());
EXPECT_EQ(2u, fmt::format_int(42).size());
EXPECT_EQ("-42", fmt::format_int(-42).str());
EXPECT_EQ(3u, fmt::format_int(-42).size());
EXPECT_EQ("42", fmt::format_int(42ul).str());
EXPECT_EQ("-42", fmt::format_int(-42l).str());
EXPECT_EQ("42", fmt::format_int(42ull).str());
EXPECT_EQ("-42", fmt::format_int(-42ll).str());
std::ostringstream os;
os << std::numeric_limits<int64_t>::max();
EXPECT_EQ(os.str(),
fmt::format_int(std::numeric_limits<int64_t>::max()).str());
}
template <typename T>
std::string format_decimal(T value) {
char buffer[10];
char *ptr = buffer;
fmt::format_decimal(ptr, value);
return std::string(buffer, ptr);
}
TEST(FormatIntTest, FormatDec) {
EXPECT_EQ("-42", format_decimal(static_cast<signed char>(-42)));
EXPECT_EQ("-42", format_decimal(static_cast<short>(-42)));
std::ostringstream os;
os << std::numeric_limits<unsigned short>::max();
EXPECT_EQ(os.str(),
format_decimal(std::numeric_limits<unsigned short>::max()));
EXPECT_EQ("1", format_decimal(1));
EXPECT_EQ("-1", format_decimal(-1));
EXPECT_EQ("42", format_decimal(42));
EXPECT_EQ("-42", format_decimal(-42));
EXPECT_EQ("42", format_decimal(42l));
EXPECT_EQ("42", format_decimal(42ul));
EXPECT_EQ("42", format_decimal(42ll));
EXPECT_EQ("42", format_decimal(42ull));
}
TEST(FormatTest, Print) {
#if FMT_USE_FILE_DESCRIPTORS
EXPECT_WRITE(stdout, fmt::print("Don't {}!", "panic"), "Don't panic!");
EXPECT_WRITE(stderr,
fmt::print(stderr, "Don't {}!", "panic"), "Don't panic!");
#endif
}
TEST(FormatTest, Variadic) {
EXPECT_EQ("abc1", format("{}c{}", "ab", 1));
EXPECT_EQ(L"abc1", format(L"{}c{}", L"ab", 1));
}
TEST(FormatTest, Dynamic) {
typedef fmt::format_context ctx;
std::vector<fmt::basic_format_arg<ctx>> args;
args.emplace_back(fmt::internal::make_arg<ctx>(42));
args.emplace_back(fmt::internal::make_arg<ctx>("abc1"));
args.emplace_back(fmt::internal::make_arg<ctx>(1.2f));
std::string result = fmt::vformat("{} and {} and {}",
fmt::basic_format_args<ctx>(
args.data(),
static_cast<unsigned>(args.size())));
EXPECT_EQ("42 and abc1 and 1.2", result);
}
TEST(FormatTest, JoinArg) {
using fmt::join;
int v1[3] = { 1, 2, 3 };
std::vector<float> v2;
v2.push_back(1.2f);
v2.push_back(3.4f);
void *v3[2] = { &v1[0], &v1[1] };
EXPECT_EQ("(1, 2, 3)", format("({})", join(v1, v1 + 3, ", ")));
EXPECT_EQ("(1)", format("({})", join(v1, v1 + 1, ", ")));
EXPECT_EQ("()", format("({})", join(v1, v1, ", ")));
EXPECT_EQ("(001, 002, 003)", format("({:03})", join(v1, v1 + 3, ", ")));
EXPECT_EQ("(+01.20, +03.40)",
format("({:+06.2f})", join(v2.begin(), v2.end(), ", ")));
EXPECT_EQ(L"(1, 2, 3)", format(L"({})", join(v1, v1 + 3, L", ")));
EXPECT_EQ("1, 2, 3", format("{0:{1}}", join(v1, v1 + 3, ", "), 1));
EXPECT_EQ(format("{}, {}", v3[0], v3[1]),
format("{}", join(v3, v3 + 2, ", ")));
#if FMT_USE_TRAILING_RETURN && (!FMT_GCC_VERSION || FMT_GCC_VERSION >= 405)
EXPECT_EQ("(1, 2, 3)", format("({})", join(v1, ", ")));
EXPECT_EQ("(+01.20, +03.40)", format("({:+06.2f})", join(v2, ", ")));
#endif
}
template <typename T>
std::string str(const T &value) {
return fmt::format("{}", value);
}
TEST(StrTest, Convert) {
EXPECT_EQ("42", str(42));
std::string s = str(Date(2012, 12, 9));
EXPECT_EQ("2012-12-9", s);
}
std::string vformat_message(int id, const char *format, fmt::format_args args) {
fmt::memory_buffer buffer;
format_to(buffer, "[{}] ", id);
vformat_to(buffer, format, args);
return to_string(buffer);
}
template <typename... Args>
std::string format_message(int id, const char *format, const Args & ... args) {
auto va = fmt::make_format_args(args...);
return vformat_message(id, format, va);
}
TEST(FormatTest, FormatMessageExample) {
EXPECT_EQ("[42] something happened",
format_message(42, "{} happened", "something"));
}
template<typename... Args>
void print_error(const char *file, int line, const char *format,
const Args & ... args) {
fmt::print("{}: {}: ", file, line);
fmt::print(format, args...);
}
TEST(FormatTest, UnpackedArgs) {
EXPECT_EQ("0123456789abcdefg",
fmt::format("{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}",
0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 'a', 'b', 'c', 'd', 'e',
'f', 'g'));
}
#if FMT_USE_USER_DEFINED_LITERALS
// Passing user-defined literals directly to EXPECT_EQ causes problems
// with macro argument stringification (#) on some versions of GCC.
// Workaround: Assing the UDL result to a variable before the macro.
using namespace fmt::literals;
TEST(LiteralsTest, Format) {
auto udl_format = "{}c{}"_format("ab", 1);
EXPECT_EQ(format("{}c{}", "ab", 1), udl_format);
auto udl_format_w = L"{}c{}"_format(L"ab", 1);
EXPECT_EQ(format(L"{}c{}", L"ab", 1), udl_format_w);
}
TEST(LiteralsTest, NamedArg) {
auto udl_a = format("{first}{second}{first}{third}",
"first"_a="abra", "second"_a="cad", "third"_a=99);
EXPECT_EQ(format("{first}{second}{first}{third}",
fmt::arg("first", "abra"), fmt::arg("second", "cad"),
fmt::arg("third", 99)),
udl_a);
auto udl_a_w = format(L"{first}{second}{first}{third}",
L"first"_a=L"abra", L"second"_a=L"cad", L"third"_a=99);
EXPECT_EQ(format(L"{first}{second}{first}{third}",
fmt::arg(L"first", L"abra"), fmt::arg(L"second", L"cad"),
fmt::arg(L"third", 99)),
udl_a_w);
}
TEST(FormatTest, UdlTemplate) {
EXPECT_EQ("foo", "foo"_format());
EXPECT_EQ(" 42", "{0:10}"_format(42));
EXPECT_EQ("42", fmt::format(FMT_STRING("{}"), 42));
EXPECT_EQ(L"42", fmt::format(FMT_STRING(L"{}"), 42));
}
#endif // FMT_USE_USER_DEFINED_LITERALS
enum TestEnum { A };
TEST(FormatTest, Enum) {
EXPECT_EQ("0", fmt::format("{}", A));
}
TEST(FormatTest, EnumFormatterUnambiguous) {
fmt::formatter<TestEnum> f;
}
#if FMT_HAS_FEATURE(cxx_strong_enums)
enum TestFixedEnum : short { B };
TEST(FormatTest, FixedEnum) {
EXPECT_EQ("0", fmt::format("{}", B));
}
#endif
typedef fmt::back_insert_range<fmt::internal::buffer> buffer_range;
class mock_arg_formatter:
public fmt::internal::function<
fmt::internal::arg_formatter_base<buffer_range>::iterator>,
public fmt::internal::arg_formatter_base<buffer_range> {
private:
MOCK_METHOD1(call, void (long long value));
public:
typedef fmt::internal::arg_formatter_base<buffer_range> base;
typedef buffer_range range;
mock_arg_formatter(fmt::format_context &ctx, fmt::format_specs *s = FMT_NULL)
: base(fmt::internal::get_container(ctx.out()), s, ctx.locale()) {
EXPECT_CALL(*this, call(42));
}
template <typename T>
typename std::enable_if<std::is_integral<T>::value, iterator>::type
operator()(T value) {
call(value);
return base::operator()(value);
}
template <typename T>
typename std::enable_if<!std::is_integral<T>::value, iterator>::type
operator()(T value) {
return base::operator()(value);
}
iterator operator()(fmt::basic_format_arg<fmt::format_context>::handle) {
return base::operator()(fmt::monostate());
}
};
static void custom_vformat(fmt::string_view format_str, fmt::format_args args) {
fmt::memory_buffer buffer;
fmt::vformat_to<mock_arg_formatter>(buffer, format_str, args);
}
template <typename... Args>
void custom_format(const char *format_str, const Args & ... args) {
auto va = fmt::make_format_args(args...);
return custom_vformat(format_str, va);
}
TEST(FormatTest, CustomArgFormatter) {
custom_format("{}", 42);
}
TEST(FormatTest, NonNullTerminatedFormatString) {
EXPECT_EQ("42", format(string_view("{}foo", 2), 42));
}
struct variant {
enum {INT, STRING} type;
explicit variant(int) : type(INT) {}
explicit variant(const char *) : type(STRING) {}
};
FMT_BEGIN_NAMESPACE
template <>
struct formatter<variant> : dynamic_formatter<> {
auto format(variant value, format_context& ctx) -> decltype(ctx.out()) {
if (value.type == variant::INT)
return dynamic_formatter<>::format(42, ctx);
return dynamic_formatter<>::format("foo", ctx);
}
};
FMT_END_NAMESPACE
TEST(FormatTest, DynamicFormatter) {
auto num = variant(42);
auto str = variant("foo");
EXPECT_EQ("42", format("{:d}", num));
EXPECT_EQ("foo", format("{:s}", str));
EXPECT_EQ(" 42 foo ", format("{:{}} {:{}}", num, 3, str, 4));
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{0:{}}", num),
format_error, "cannot switch from manual to automatic argument indexing");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{:{0}}", num),
format_error, "cannot switch from automatic to manual argument indexing");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{:=}", str),
format_error, "format specifier requires numeric argument");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{:+}", str),
format_error, "format specifier requires numeric argument");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{:-}", str),
format_error, "format specifier requires numeric argument");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{: }", str),
format_error, "format specifier requires numeric argument");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{:#}", str),
format_error, "format specifier requires numeric argument");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{:0}", str),
format_error, "format specifier requires numeric argument");
EXPECT_THROW_MSG(format("{:.2}", num),
format_error, "precision not allowed for this argument type");
}
TEST(FormatTest, ToString) {
EXPECT_EQ("42", fmt::to_string(42));
EXPECT_EQ("0x1234", fmt::to_string(reinterpret_cast<void*>(0x1234)));
}
TEST(FormatTest, ToWString) {
EXPECT_EQ(L"42", fmt::to_wstring(42));
}
TEST(FormatTest, OutputIterators) {
std::list<char> out;
fmt::format_to(std::back_inserter(out), "{}", 42);
EXPECT_EQ("42", std::string(out.begin(), out.end()));
std::stringstream s;
fmt::format_to(std::ostream_iterator<char>(s), "{}", 42);
EXPECT_EQ("42", s.str());
}
TEST(FormatTest, FormattedSize) {
EXPECT_EQ(2u, fmt::formatted_size("{}", 42));
}
TEST(FormatTest, FormatToN) {
char buffer[4];
buffer[3] = 'x';
auto result = fmt::format_to_n(buffer, 3, "{}", 12345);
EXPECT_EQ(5u, result.size);
EXPECT_EQ(buffer + 3, result.out);
EXPECT_EQ("123x", fmt::string_view(buffer, 4));
result = fmt::format_to_n(buffer, 3, "{:s}", "foobar");
EXPECT_EQ(6u, result.size);
EXPECT_EQ(buffer + 3, result.out);
EXPECT_EQ("foox", fmt::string_view(buffer, 4));
}
TEST(FormatTest, WideFormatToN) {
wchar_t buffer[4];
buffer[3] = L'x';
auto result = fmt::format_to_n(buffer, 3, L"{}", 12345);
EXPECT_EQ(5u, result.size);
EXPECT_EQ(buffer + 3, result.out);
EXPECT_EQ(L"123x", fmt::wstring_view(buffer, 4));
}
#if FMT_USE_CONSTEXPR
struct test_arg_id_handler {
enum result { NONE, EMPTY, INDEX, NAME, ERROR };
result res = NONE;
unsigned index = 0;
string_view name;
FMT_CONSTEXPR void operator()() { res = EMPTY; }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void operator()(unsigned i) {
res = INDEX;
index = i;
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void operator()(string_view n) {
res = NAME;
name = n;
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_error(const char *) { res = ERROR; }
};
FMT_CONSTEXPR test_arg_id_handler parse_arg_id(const char* s) {
test_arg_id_handler h;
fmt::internal::parse_arg_id(s, h);
return h;
}
TEST(FormatTest, ConstexprParseArgID) {
static_assert(parse_arg_id(":").res == test_arg_id_handler::EMPTY, "");
static_assert(parse_arg_id("}").res == test_arg_id_handler::EMPTY, "");
static_assert(parse_arg_id("42:").res == test_arg_id_handler::INDEX, "");
static_assert(parse_arg_id("42:").index == 42, "");
static_assert(parse_arg_id("foo:").res == test_arg_id_handler::NAME, "");
static_assert(parse_arg_id("foo:").name.size() == 3, "");
static_assert(parse_arg_id("!").res == test_arg_id_handler::ERROR, "");
}
struct test_format_specs_handler {
enum Result { NONE, PLUS, MINUS, SPACE, HASH, ZERO, ERROR };
Result res = NONE;
fmt::alignment align_ = fmt::ALIGN_DEFAULT;
char fill = 0;
unsigned width = 0;
fmt::internal::arg_ref<char> width_ref;
unsigned precision = 0;
fmt::internal::arg_ref<char> precision_ref;
char type = 0;
// Workaround for MSVC2017 bug that results in "expression did not evaluate
// to a constant" with compiler-generated copy ctor.
FMT_CONSTEXPR test_format_specs_handler() {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR test_format_specs_handler(const test_format_specs_handler &other)
: res(other.res), align_(other.align_), fill(other.fill),
width(other.width), width_ref(other.width_ref),
precision(other.precision), precision_ref(other.precision_ref),
type(other.type) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_align(fmt::alignment a) { align_ = a; }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_fill(char f) { fill = f; }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_plus() { res = PLUS; }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_minus() { res = MINUS; }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_space() { res = SPACE; }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_hash() { res = HASH; }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_zero() { res = ZERO; }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_width(unsigned w) { width = w; }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_dynamic_width(fmt::internal::auto_id) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_dynamic_width(unsigned index) { width_ref = index; }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_dynamic_width(string_view) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_precision(unsigned p) { precision = p; }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_dynamic_precision(fmt::internal::auto_id) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_dynamic_precision(unsigned index) {
precision_ref = index;
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_dynamic_precision(string_view) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void end_precision() {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_type(char t) { type = t; }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_error(const char *) { res = ERROR; }
};
FMT_CONSTEXPR test_format_specs_handler parse_test_specs(const char *s) {
test_format_specs_handler h;
fmt::internal::parse_format_specs(s, h);
return h;
}
TEST(FormatTest, ConstexprParseFormatSpecs) {
typedef test_format_specs_handler handler;
static_assert(parse_test_specs("<").align_ == fmt::ALIGN_LEFT, "");
static_assert(parse_test_specs("*^").fill == '*', "");
static_assert(parse_test_specs("+").res == handler::PLUS, "");
static_assert(parse_test_specs("-").res == handler::MINUS, "");
static_assert(parse_test_specs(" ").res == handler::SPACE, "");
static_assert(parse_test_specs("#").res == handler::HASH, "");
static_assert(parse_test_specs("0").res == handler::ZERO, "");
static_assert(parse_test_specs("42").width == 42, "");
static_assert(parse_test_specs("{42}").width_ref.index == 42, "");
static_assert(parse_test_specs(".42").precision == 42, "");
static_assert(parse_test_specs(".{42}").precision_ref.index == 42, "");
static_assert(parse_test_specs("d").type == 'd', "");
static_assert(parse_test_specs("{<").res == handler::ERROR, "");
}
struct test_context {
typedef char char_type;
FMT_CONSTEXPR fmt::basic_format_arg<test_context> next_arg() {
return fmt::internal::make_arg<test_context>(11);
}
template <typename Id>
FMT_CONSTEXPR fmt::basic_format_arg<test_context> get_arg(Id) {
return fmt::internal::make_arg<test_context>(22);
}
template <typename Id>
FMT_CONSTEXPR void check_arg_id(Id) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR unsigned next_arg_id() { return 33; }
void on_error(const char *) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR test_context &parse_context() { return *this; }
FMT_CONSTEXPR test_context error_handler() { return *this; }
};
FMT_CONSTEXPR fmt::format_specs parse_specs(const char *s) {
fmt::format_specs specs;
test_context ctx{};
fmt::internal::specs_handler<test_context> h(specs, ctx);
parse_format_specs(s, h);
return specs;
}
TEST(FormatTest, ConstexprSpecsHandler) {
static_assert(parse_specs("<").align() == fmt::ALIGN_LEFT, "");
static_assert(parse_specs("*^").fill() == '*', "");
static_assert(parse_specs("+").has(fmt::PLUS_FLAG), "");
static_assert(parse_specs("-").has(fmt::MINUS_FLAG), "");
static_assert(parse_specs(" ").has(fmt::SIGN_FLAG), "");
static_assert(parse_specs("#").has(fmt::HASH_FLAG), "");
static_assert(parse_specs("0").align() == fmt::ALIGN_NUMERIC, "");
static_assert(parse_specs("42").width() == 42, "");
static_assert(parse_specs("{}").width() == 11, "");
static_assert(parse_specs("{0}").width() == 22, "");
static_assert(parse_specs(".42").precision == 42, "");
static_assert(parse_specs(".{}").precision == 11, "");
static_assert(parse_specs(".{0}").precision == 22, "");
static_assert(parse_specs("d").type == 'd', "");
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR fmt::internal::dynamic_format_specs<char>
parse_dynamic_specs(const char *s) {
fmt::internal::dynamic_format_specs<char> specs;
test_context ctx{};
fmt::internal::dynamic_specs_handler<test_context> h(specs, ctx);
parse_format_specs(s, h);
return specs;
}
TEST(FormatTest, ConstexprDynamicSpecsHandler) {
static_assert(parse_dynamic_specs("<").align() == fmt::ALIGN_LEFT, "");
static_assert(parse_dynamic_specs("*^").fill() == '*', "");
static_assert(parse_dynamic_specs("+").has(fmt::PLUS_FLAG), "");
static_assert(parse_dynamic_specs("-").has(fmt::MINUS_FLAG), "");
static_assert(parse_dynamic_specs(" ").has(fmt::SIGN_FLAG), "");
static_assert(parse_dynamic_specs("#").has(fmt::HASH_FLAG), "");
static_assert(parse_dynamic_specs("0").align() == fmt::ALIGN_NUMERIC, "");
static_assert(parse_dynamic_specs("42").width() == 42, "");
static_assert(parse_dynamic_specs("{}").width_ref.index == 33, "");
static_assert(parse_dynamic_specs("{42}").width_ref.index == 42, "");
static_assert(parse_dynamic_specs(".42").precision == 42, "");
static_assert(parse_dynamic_specs(".{}").precision_ref.index == 33, "");
static_assert(parse_dynamic_specs(".{42}").precision_ref.index == 42, "");
static_assert(parse_dynamic_specs("d").type == 'd', "");
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR test_format_specs_handler check_specs(const char *s) {
fmt::internal::specs_checker<test_format_specs_handler>
checker(test_format_specs_handler(), fmt::internal::double_type);
parse_format_specs(s, checker);
return checker;
}
TEST(FormatTest, ConstexprSpecsChecker) {
typedef test_format_specs_handler handler;
static_assert(check_specs("<").align_ == fmt::ALIGN_LEFT, "");
static_assert(check_specs("*^").fill == '*', "");
static_assert(check_specs("+").res == handler::PLUS, "");
static_assert(check_specs("-").res == handler::MINUS, "");