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#!/usr/bin/env bash
# Copyright (c) 2012 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
# Check that abandoning a branch also abandons its issue.
set -e
. ./
set -e
cd git-svn
git config rietveld.server localhost:10000
# Create a branch and give it an issue.
git checkout -q -b abandoned
echo "some work done on a branch" >> test
git add test; git commit -q -m "branch work"
export GIT_EDITOR=$(which true)
test_expect_success "upload succeeds" \
"$GIT_CL upload --no-oauth2 -m test master | grep -q 'Issue created'"
# Switch back to master, delete the branch.
git checkout master
git branch -D abandoned
# Verify that "status" doesn't know about it anymore.
# The "exit" trickiness is inverting the exit status of grep.
test_expect_success "git-cl status dropped abandoned branch" \
"$GIT_CL_STATUS | grep -q abandoned && exit 1 || exit 0"
if [ $SUCCESS == 0 ]; then
echo PASS