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CHANGES WITH 2.0.4
Unset additional variables that were missed.
Fixed off-by-one in exit value for scripts caught by the trap handler.
The library did not fail gracefully when the 'od' command was not installed.
CHANGES WITH 2.0.3
Back ported the Makefile from 2.1.1pre that included changes to the
docs-docbook-prep target.
Changed the test in assertFalse() so that any non-zero value registers as
false. (Credits to Bryan Larsen)
Updated the testPartyLikeItIs1999() function in the Quick Start documentation.
The 'expected' and 'actual' values were swapped. (Credits to Richard Jensen)
It was pointed out that the simple 'failed' message for a failed assert was not
only insufficient, it was nonstandard (when compared to JUnit) and didn't
provide the user with an expected vs actual result. The code was revised
somewhat to bring closer into alignment with JUnit (v4.3.1 specifically) so
that it feels more "normal". (Credits to Richard Jensen)
As part of the JUnit realignment, it was noticed that fail*() functions in
JUnit don't actually do any comparisons themselves. They only generate a
failure message. Updated the code to match.
Added self-testing unit tests. Kinda horkey, but they did find bugs during the
JUnit realignment.
Fixed the code for returning from asserts as the return was being called before
the unsetting of variables occurred. (Credits to Mathias Goldau)
The assert(True|False)() functions now accept an integer value for a
conditional test. A value of '0' is considered 'true', while any non-zero value
is considered 'false'.
All public functions now fill use default values to work properly with the '-x'
shell debugging flag.
Fixed the method of percent calculation for the report to get achieve better
accuracy.
CHANGES WITH 2.0.2
Fixed problem with fail(). The failure message was not properly printed.
Reworked the Makefile so that the DocBook XML and XSLT files are properly
downloaded before parsing can continue.
CHANGES WITH 2.0.1
Fixed some really stupid mistakes with the fail* functions. They were doing the
exact opposite of what they were supposed to be doing.
CHANGES WITH 2.0.0
Made the first stand-alone release!
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# $Id$
# vim:syntax=sh:sts=2
# vim:foldmethod=marker:foldmarker=/**,*/
#
#/**
# <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
# <s:shelldoc xmlns:s="http://www.forestent.com/projects/shelldoc/xsl/2005.0">
# <s:header>
# shUnit 2.0.4
# Shell Unit Test Framework
#
# http://code.google.com/p/shunit2/
#
# written by Kate Ward &lt;kate.ward@forestent.com&gt;
# released under the LGPL
#
# this module implements a xUnit based unit test framework similar to JUnit
# </s:header>
#*/
# shell flags for shunit:
# u - treat unset variables as an error when performing parameter expansion
__SHUNIT_SHELL_FLAGS='u'
# save the current set of shell flags, and then set some for ourselves
__shunit_oldShellFlags="$-"
for _shunit_shellFlag in `echo "${__SHUNIT_SHELL_FLAGS}" |sed 's/\(.\)/\1 /g'`
do
set -${_shunit_shellFlag}
done
unset _shunit_shellFlag
# constants
__SHUNIT_VERSION='2.0.4pre'
__SHUNIT_TRUE=0
__SHUNIT_FALSE=1
__SHUNIT_ERROR=2
__SHUNIT_ASSERT_MSG_PREFIX='ASSERT:'
for _su_const in `set |grep "^__SHUNIT_" |cut -d= -f1`; do
readonly ${_su_const}
done
unset _su_const
# variables
__shunit_suite=''
__shunit_testsPassed=0
__shunit_testsFailed=0
__shunit_testsTotal=0
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# assert functions
#
#/**
# <s:function group="asserts">
# <entry align="right">
# <emphasis>void</emphasis>
# </entry>
# <entry>
# <funcsynopsis>
# <funcprototype>
# <funcdef><function>assertEquals</function></funcdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>[message]</parameter></paramdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>expected</parameter></paramdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>actual</parameter></paramdef>
# </funcprototype>
# </funcsynopsis>
# <para>Asserts that <emphasis>expected</emphasis> and
# <emphasis>actual</emphasis> are equal to one another. The message is
# optional.</para>
# </entry>
# </s:function>
#*/
assertEquals()
{
_su_message=''
if [ $# -eq 3 ]; then
_su_message=$1
shift
fi
_su_expected=${1:-}
_su_actual=${2:-}
shunit_return=${__SHUNIT_TRUE}
if [ "${_su_expected}" = "${_su_actual}" ]; then
_shunit_testPassed
else
failNotEquals "${_su_message}" "${_su_expected}" "${_su_actual}"
shunit_return=${__SHUNIT_FALSE}
fi
unset _su_message _su_expected _su_actual
return ${shunit_return}
}
#/**
# <s:function group="asserts">
# <entry align="right">
# <emphasis>void</emphasis>
# </entry>
# <entry>
# <funcsynopsis>
# <funcprototype>
# <funcdef><function>assertNull</function></funcdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>[message]</parameter></paramdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>value</parameter></paramdef>
# </funcprototype>
# </funcsynopsis>
# <para>Asserts that <emphasis>value</emphasis> is <literal>null</literal>,
# or in shell terms a zero-length string. The message is optional.</para>
# </entry>
# </s:function>
#*/
assertNull()
{
if [ $# -eq 2 ]; then
assertTrue "$1" "[ -z '$2' ]"
else
assertTrue "[ -z '${1:-}' ]"
fi
}
#/**
# <s:function group="asserts">
# <entry align="right">
# <emphasis>void</emphasis>
# </entry>
# <entry>
# <funcsynopsis>
# <funcprototype>
# <funcdef><function>assertNotNull</function></funcdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>[message]</parameter></paramdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>value</parameter></paramdef>
# </funcprototype>
# </funcsynopsis>
# <para>Asserts that <emphasis>value</emphasis> is <emphasis
# role="strong">not</emphasis> <literal>null</literal>, or in shell terms not
# a zero-length string. The message is optional.</para>
# </entry>
# </s:function>
#*/
assertNotNull()
{
if [ $# -eq 2 ]; then
assertTrue "$1" "[ -n '$2' ]"
else
assertTrue "[ -n '${1:-}' ]"
fi
}
#/**
# <s:function group="asserts">
# <entry align="right">
# <emphasis>void</emphasis>
# </entry>
# <entry>
# <funcsynopsis>
# <funcprototype>
# <funcdef><function>assertSame</function></funcdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>[message]</parameter></paramdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>expected</parameter></paramdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>actual</parameter></paramdef>
# </funcprototype>
# </funcsynopsis>
# <para>This function is functionally equivalent to
# <function>assertEquals</function>.</para>
# </entry>
# </s:function>
#*/
assertSame()
{
assertEquals "${@:-}"
}
#/**
# <s:function group="asserts">
# <entry align="right">
# <emphasis>void</emphasis>
# </entry>
# <entry>
# <funcsynopsis>
# <funcprototype>
# <funcdef><function>assertNotSame</function></funcdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>[message]</parameter></paramdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>unexpected</parameter></paramdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>actual</parameter></paramdef>
# </funcprototype>
# </funcsynopsis>
# <para>Asserts that <emphasis>unexpected</emphasis> and
# <emphasis>actual</emphasis> are <emphasis role="strong">not</emphasis>
# equal to one another. The message is optional.</para>
# </entry>
# </s:function>
#*/
assertNotSame()
{
_su_message=''
if [ $# -eq 3 ]; then
_su_message=$1
shift
fi
_su_unexpected=${1:-}
_su_actual=${2:-}
shunit_return=${__SHUNIT_TRUE}
if [ "${_su_unexpected}" != "${_su_actual}" ]; then
_shunit_testPassed
else
failSame "${_su_message}"
shunit_return=${__SHUNIT_FALSE}
fi
unset _su_message _su_unexpected _su_actual
return ${shunit_return}
}
#/**
# <s:function group="asserts">
# <entry align="right">
# <emphasis>void</emphasis>
# </entry>
# <entry>
# <funcsynopsis>
# <funcprototype>
# <funcdef><function>assertTrue</function></funcdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>[message]</parameter></paramdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>condition</parameter></paramdef>
# </funcprototype>
# </funcsynopsis>
# <para>Asserts that a given shell test condition is true. The message is
# optional.</para>
# <para>Testing whether something is true or false is easy enough by using
# the assertEquals/assertNotSame functions. Shell supports much more
# complicated tests though, and a means to support them was needed. As such,
# this function tests that conditions are true or false through evaluation
# rather than just looking for a true or false.</para>
# <funcsynopsis>
# The following test will succeed: <funcsynopsisinfo>assertTrue "[ 34 -gt 23 ]"</funcsynopsisinfo>
# The following test will fail with a message: <funcsynopsisinfo>assertTrue "test failed" "[ -r '/non/existent/file' ]"</funcsynopsisinfo>
# </funcsynopsis>
# </entry>
# </s:function>
#*/
assertTrue()
{
_su_message=''
if [ $# -eq 2 ]; then
_su_message=$1
shift
fi
_su_condition=${1:-}
shunit_return=${__SHUNIT_TRUE}
# see if condition is an integer, i.e. a return value
_su_match=`expr "${_su_condition}" : '\([0-9]*\)'`
if [ -z "${_su_condition}" ]; then
# null condition
shunit_return=${__SHUNIT_FALSE}
elif [ "${_su_condition}" = "${_su_match}" ]; then
# possible return value. treating 0 as true, and non-zero as false.
[ ${_su_condition} -ne 0 ] && shunit_return=${__SHUNIT_FALSE}
else
# (hopefully) a condition
( eval ${_su_condition} ) >/dev/null 2>&1
[ $? -ne 0 ] && shunit_return=${__SHUNIT_FALSE}
fi
# record the test
if [ ${shunit_return} -eq ${__SHUNIT_TRUE} ]; then
_shunit_testPassed
else
_shunit_testFailed "${_su_message}"
fi
unset _su_message _su_condition _su_match
return ${shunit_return}
}
#/**
# <s:function group="asserts">
# <entry align="right">
# <emphasis>void</emphasis>
# </entry>
# <entry>
# <funcsynopsis>
# <funcprototype>
# <funcdef><function>assertFalse</function></funcdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>[message]</parameter></paramdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>condition</parameter></paramdef>
# </funcprototype>
# </funcsynopsis>
# <para>Asserts that a given shell test condition is false. The message is
# optional.</para>
# <para>Testing whether something is true or false is easy enough by using
# the assertEquals/assertNotSame functions. Shell supports much more
# complicated tests though, and a means to support them was needed. As such,
# this function tests that conditions are true or false through evaluation
# rather than just looking for a true or false.</para>
# <funcsynopsis>
# The following test will succeed: <funcsynopsisinfo>assertFalse "[ 'apples' = 'oranges' ]"</funcsynopsisinfo>
# The following test will fail with a message: <funcsynopsisinfo>assertFalse "test failed" "[ 1 -eq 1 -a 2 -eq 2 ]"</funcsynopsisinfo>
# </funcsynopsis>
# </entry>
# </s:function>
#*/
assertFalse()
{
_su_message=''
if [ $# -eq 2 ]; then
_su_message=$1
shift
fi
_su_condition=${1:-}
shunit_return=${__SHUNIT_TRUE}
# see if condition is an integer, i.e. a return value
_su_match=`expr "${_su_condition}" : '\([0-9]*\)'`
if [ -z "${_su_condition}" ]; then
# null condition
shunit_return=${__SHUNIT_FALSE}
elif [ "${_su_condition}" = "${_su_match}" ]; then
# possible return value. treating 0 as true, and non-zero as false.
[ ${_su_condition} -eq 0 ] && shunit_return=${__SHUNIT_FALSE}
else
# (hopefully) a condition
( eval ${_su_condition} ) >/dev/null 2>&1
[ $? -eq 0 ] && shunit_return=${__SHUNIT_FALSE}
fi
# record the test
if [ ${shunit_return} -eq ${__SHUNIT_TRUE} ]; then
_shunit_testPassed
else
_shunit_testFailed "${_su_message}"
fi
unset _su_message _su_condition _su_match
return ${shunit_return}
}
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# failure functions
#
#/**
# <s:function group="failures">
# <entry align="right">
# <emphasis>void</emphasis>
# </entry>
# <entry>
# <funcsynopsis>
# <funcprototype>
# <funcdef><function>fail</function></funcdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>[message]</parameter></paramdef>
# </funcprototype>
# </funcsynopsis>
# <para>Fails the test immediately, with the optional message.</para>
# </entry>
# </s:function>
#*/
fail()
{
_su_message=${1:-}
_shunit_testFailed "${_su_message}"
unset _su_message
}
#/**
# <s:function group="failures">
# <entry align="right">
# <emphasis>void</emphasis>
# </entry>
# <entry>
# <funcsynopsis>
# <funcprototype>
# <funcdef><function>failNotEquals</function></funcdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>[message]</parameter></paramdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>unexpected</parameter></paramdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>actual</parameter></paramdef>
# </funcprototype>
# </funcsynopsis>
# <para>Fails the test if <emphasis>unexpected</emphasis> and
# <emphasis>actual</emphasis> are <emphasis role="strong">not</emphasis>
# equal to one another. The message is optional.</para>
# </entry>
# </s:function>
#*/
failNotEquals()
{
_su_message=''
if [ $# -eq 3 ]; then
_su_message=$1
shift
fi
_su_unexpected=${1:-}
_su_actual=${2:-}
_shunit_testFailed "${_su_message:+${_su_message} }expected:<${_su_unexpected}> but was:<${_su_actual}>"
unset _su_message _su_unexpected _su_actual
}
#/**
# <s:function group="failures">
# <entry align="right">
# <emphasis>void</emphasis>
# </entry>
# <entry>
# <funcsynopsis>
# <funcprototype>
# <funcdef><function>failSame</function></funcdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>[message]</parameter></paramdef>
# </funcprototype>
# </funcsynopsis>
# <para>Indicate test failure because arguments were not the same. The
# message is optional.</para>
# </entry>
# </s:function>
#*/
failSame()
{
_su_message=${1:-}
_shunit_testFailed "${_su_message:+${_su_message} }expected not same"
unset _su_message
}
#/**
# <s:function group="failures">
# <entry align="right">
# <emphasis>void</emphasis>
# </entry>
# <entry>
# <funcsynopsis>
# <funcprototype>
# <funcdef><function>failNotSame</function></funcdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>[message]</parameter></paramdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>expected</parameter></paramdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>actual</parameter></paramdef>
# </funcprototype>
# </funcsynopsis>
# <para>Fails the test if <emphasis>expected</emphasis> and
# <emphasis>actual</emphasis> are equal to one another. The message is
# optional.</para>
# </entry>
# </s:function>
#*/
failNotSame()
{
failNotEquals "${@:-}"
}
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# suite functions
#
#/**
# <s:function group="suites">
# <entry align="right">
# <emphasis>void</emphasis>
# </entry>
# <entry>
# <funcsynopsis>
# <funcprototype>
# <funcdef><function>suite</function></funcdef>
# <paramdef />
# </funcprototype>
# </funcsynopsis>
# <para>This function can be optionally overridden by the user in their test
# suite.</para>
# <para>If this function exists, it will be called when
# <command>shunit2</command> is sourced. If it does not exist, shUnit2 will
# search the parent script for all functions beginning with the word
# <literal>test</literal>, and they will be added dynamically to the test
# suite.</para>
# </entry>
# </s:function>
#*/
# Note: see _shunit_mktempFunc() for actual implementation
# suite() { :; }
#/**
# <s:function group="suites">
# <entry align="right">
# <emphasis>void</emphasis>
# </entry>
# <entry>
# <funcsynopsis>
# <funcprototype>
# <funcdef><function>suite_addTest</function></funcdef>
# <paramdef>string <parameter>function</parameter></paramdef>
# </funcprototype>
# </funcsynopsis>
# <para>This function adds a function name to the list of tests scheduled for
# execution as part of this test suite. This function should only be called
# from within the <function>suite()</function> function.</para>
# </entry>
# </s:function>
#*/
suite_addTest()
{
_su_func=${1:-}
__shunit_suite="${__shunit_suite:+${__shunit_suite} }${_su_func}"
unset _su_func
}
#/**
# <s:function group="suites">
# <entry align="right">
# <emphasis>void</emphasis>
# </entry>
# <entry>
# <funcsynopsis>
# <funcprototype>
# <funcdef><function>oneTimeSetUp</function></funcdef>
# <paramdef />
# </funcprototype>
# </funcsynopsis>
# <para>This function can be be optionally overridden by the user in their
# test suite.</para>
# <para>If this function exists, it will be called once before any tests are
# run. It is useful to prepare a common environment for all tests.</para>
# </entry>
# </s:function>
#*/
# Note: see _shunit_mktempFunc() for actual implementation
# oneTimeSetUp() { :; }
#/**
# <s:function group="suites">
# <entry align="right">
# <emphasis>void</emphasis>
# </entry>
# <entry>
# <funcsynopsis>
# <funcprototype>
# <funcdef><function>oneTimeTearDown</function></funcdef>
# <paramdef />
# </funcprototype>
# </funcsynopsis>
# <para>This function can be be optionally overridden by the user in their
# test suite.</para>
# <para>If this function exists, it will be called once after all tests are
# completed. It is useful to clean up the environment after all tests.</para>
# </entry>
# </s:function>
#*/
# Note: see _shunit_mktempFunc() for actual implementation
# oneTimeTearDown() { :; }
#/**
# <s:function group="suites">
# <entry align="right">
# <emphasis>void</emphasis>
# </entry>
# <entry>
# <funcsynopsis>
# <funcprototype>
# <funcdef><function>setUp</function></funcdef>
# <paramdef />
# </funcprototype>
# </funcsynopsis>
# <para>This function can be be optionally overridden by the user in their
# test suite.</para>
# <para>If this function exists, it will be called before each test is run.
# It is useful to reset the environment before each test.</para>
# </entry>
# </s:function>
#*/
# Note: see _shunit_mktempFunc() for actual implementation
# setUp() { :; }
#/**
# <s:function group="suites">
# <entry align="right">
# <emphasis>void</emphasis>
# </entry>
# <entry>
# <funcsynopsis>
# <funcprototype>
# <funcdef><function>tearDown</function></funcdef>
# <paramdef />
# </funcprototype>
# </funcsynopsis>
# <para>This function can be be optionally overridden by the user in their
# test suite.</para>
# <para>If this function exists, it will be called after each test completes.
# It is useful to clean up the environment after each test.</para>
# </entry>
# </s:function>
#*/
# Note: see _shunit_mktempFunc() for actual implementation
# tearDown() { :; }
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# internal shUnit2 functions
#
_shunit_cleanup()
{
name=$1
case ${name} in
EXIT) signal=0 ;;
INT) signal=2 ;;
TERM) signal=15 ;;
esac
# do our work
rm -fr "${__shunit_tmpDir}"
# exit for all non-EXIT signals
if [ ${name} != 'EXIT' ]; then
echo "trapped and now handling the ${name} signal" >&2
_shunit_generateReport
# disable EXIT trap
trap 0
# add 128 to signal and exit
exit `expr ${signal} + 128`
fi
}
_shunit_execSuite()
{
echo '#'
echo '# Performing tests'
echo '#'
for _su_func in ${__shunit_suite}; do
# execute the per-test setup function
setUp
# execute the test
echo "${_su_func}"
eval ${_su_func}
# execute the per-test tear-down function
tearDown
done
unset _su_func
}
_shunit_functionExists()
{
_su__func=$1
type ${_su__func} 2>/dev/null |grep "is a function$" >/dev/null
_su__return=$?
unset _su__func
return ${_su__return}
}
_shunit_generateReport()
{
_su__awkPercent='{printf("%0.0f%%", $1*100/$2)}'
if [ ${__shunit_testsTotal} -gt 0 ]; then
_su__success=`echo ${__shunit_testsPassed} ${__shunit_testsTotal} |\
awk "${_su__awkPercent}"`
else
_su__success=0
fi
cat <<EOF
#
# Test report
#
tests passed: ${__shunit_testsPassed}
tests failed: ${__shunit_testsFailed}
tests total: ${__shunit_testsTotal}
success rate: ${_su__success}
EOF
unset _su__success
}
# this function is a cross-platform temporary directory creation tool. not all
# OSes have the mktemp function, so one is included here.
_shunit_mktempDir()
{
# try the standard mktemp function
( exec mktemp -dqt shunit.XXXXXX 2>/dev/null ) && return
# the standard mktemp didn't work. doing our own.
if [ -r '/dev/urandom' -a -x '/usr/bin/od' ]; then
_su__random=`/usr/bin/od -vAn -N4 -tx4 </dev/urandom \
|sed 's/^[^0-9a-f]*//'`
elif [ -n "${RANDOM:-}" ]; then
# $RANDOM works
_su__random=${RANDOM}${RANDOM}${RANDOM}$$
else
# $RANDOM doesn't work
_su__date=`date '+%Y%m%d%H%M%S'`
_su__random=`expr ${_su__date} / $$`
fi
_su__tmpDir="${TMPDIR-/tmp}/shunit.${_su__random}"
( umask 077 && mkdir "${_su__tmpDir}" ) || {
echo 'shUnit:FATAL could not create temporary directory! exiting' >&2
return ${__SHUNIT_ERROR}
}
echo ${_su__tmpDir}
unset _su__date _su__random _su__tmpDir
}
# this function is here to work around issues in Cygwin
_shunit_mktempFunc()
{
for _su__func in oneTimeSetUp oneTimeTearDown setUp tearDown suite; do
_su__file="${__shunit_tmpDir}/${_su__func}"
cat <<EOF >"${_su__file}"
#! /bin/sh
exit 0
EOF
chmod +x "${_su__file}"
done
unset _su__file
}
_shunit_testPassed()
{
__shunit_testsPassed=`expr ${__shunit_testsPassed} + 1`
__shunit_testsTotal=`expr ${__shunit_testsTotal} + 1`
}
_shunit_testFailed()
{
_su__msg=$1
__shunit_testsFailed=`expr ${__shunit_testsFailed} + 1`
__shunit_testsTotal=`expr ${__shunit_testsTotal} + 1`
echo "${__SHUNIT_ASSERT_MSG_PREFIX}${_su__msg}" >&2
unset _su__msg
}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# main
#
# create a temporary storage location
__shunit_tmpDir=`_shunit_mktempDir` || exit ${__SHUNIT_ERROR}
# setup traps to clean up after ourselves
trap '_shunit_cleanup EXIT' 0
trap '_shunit_cleanup INT' 2
trap '_shunit_cleanup TERM' 15
# create phantom functions to work around issues with Cygwin
_shunit_mktempFunc
PATH="${__shunit_tmpDir}:${PATH}"
# execute the oneTimeSetUp function (if it exists)
#_shunit_functionExists oneTimeSetUp && oneTimeSetUp
oneTimeSetUp
# deprecated: execute the suite function defined in the parent test script
suite
# if no suite function was defined, dynamically build a list of functions
if [ -z "${__shunit_suite}" ]; then
funcs=`grep "^[ \t]*test[A-Za-z0-9_]* *()" $0 |sed 's/[^A-Za-z0-9_]//g'`
for func in ${funcs}; do
suite_addTest ${func}
done
fi
# execute the tests
_shunit_execSuite
# execute the oneTimeTearDown function (if it exists)
oneTimeTearDown
# generate report
_shunit_generateReport
# restore the previous set of shell flags
for _shunit_shellFlag in ${__SHUNIT_SHELL_FLAGS}; do
echo ${__shunit_oldShellFlags} |grep ${_shunit_shellFlag} >/dev/null \
|| set +${_shunit_shellFlag}
done
unset _shunit_shellFlag
#/**
# </s:shelldoc>
#*/
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