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# Copyright (C) 2005 Rene Scharfe
test_description='git commit-tree options test
This test checks that git commit-tree can create a specific commit
object by defining all environment variables that it understands.
Also make sure that command line parser understands the normal
"flags first and then non flag arguments" command line.
. ./
cat >expected <<EOF
tree 4b825dc642cb6eb9a060e54bf8d69288fbee4904
author Author Name <author@email> 1117148400 +0000
committer Committer Name <committer@email> 1117150200 +0000
comment text
test_expect_success \
'test preparation: write empty tree' \
'git write-tree >treeid'
test_expect_success \
'construct commit' \
'echo comment text |
GIT_AUTHOR_NAME="Author Name" \
GIT_AUTHOR_EMAIL="author@email" \
GIT_AUTHOR_DATE="2005-05-26 23:00" \
GIT_COMMITTER_NAME="Committer Name" \
GIT_COMMITTER_EMAIL="committer@email" \
GIT_COMMITTER_DATE="2005-05-26 23:30" \
TZ=GMT git commit-tree `cat treeid` >commitid 2>/dev/null'
test_expect_success \
'read commit' \
'git cat-file commit `cat commitid` >commit'
test_expect_success \
'compare commit' \
'test_cmp expected commit'
test_expect_success 'flags and then non flags' '
test_tick &&
echo comment text |
git commit-tree $(cat treeid) >commitid &&
echo comment text |
git commit-tree $(cat treeid) -p $(cat commitid) >childid-1 &&
echo comment text |
git commit-tree -p $(cat commitid) $(cat treeid) >childid-2 &&
test_cmp childid-1 childid-2 &&
git commit-tree $(cat treeid) -m foo >childid-3 &&
git commit-tree -m foo $(cat treeid) >childid-4 &&
test_cmp childid-3 childid-4