unsafe-byname.test   [plain text]


#! /bin/sh

# Copyright (C) 2002 by Martin Pool

# Call directly into unsafe_symlink and test its handling of various filenames

. "$suitedir/rsync.fns"

test_unsafe() {
    # $1 is the target of a symlink
    # $2 is the directory we're copying
    # $3 is the expected outcome: "safe" if the link lies within $2,
    # or "unsafe" otherwise

    result=`"$TOOLDIR/t_unsafe" "$1" "$2"` || test_fail "Failed to check $1 $2"
    if [ "$result" != "$3" ]
    then
	test_fail "t_unsafe $1 $2 returned \"$result\", expected \"$3\""
    fi
}

test_unsafe file		from			safe
test_unsafe dir/file		from			safe
test_unsafe dir/./file		from			safe
test_unsafe dir/.		from			safe
test_unsafe dir/		from			safe

test_unsafe /etc/passwd		from			unsafe
test_unsafe //../etc/passwd	from			unsafe
test_unsafe //./etc/passwd	from			unsafe

test_unsafe ./foo		from			safe
test_unsafe ../foo		from			unsafe
test_unsafe ../dest		from/dir		safe

test_unsafe ..			from/file		safe
test_unsafe ../..		from/file		unsafe
test_unsafe dir/..		from			safe
test_unsafe dir/../..		from			unsafe

test_unsafe ''                  from			unsafe

# Based on tests from unsafe-links by Vladimír Michl
test_unsafe ../../unsafe/unsafefile    from/safe	unsafe
test_unsafe ../files/file1	       from/safe	safe

test_unsafe ../../unsafe/unsafefile    safe	unsafe
test_unsafe ../files/file1	       safe	unsafe

test_unsafe ../../unsafe/unsafefile    `pwd`/from/safe	safe
test_unsafe ../files/file1	       `pwd`/from/safe	safe