# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

"""
 (c) 2015-2017 - Copyright Red Hat Inc

 Authors:
   Pierre-Yves Chibon <pingou@pingoured.fr>

"""

from __future__ import unicode_literals, absolute_import

import datetime
import json
import unittest
import shutil
import sys
import time
import os

import pygit2
from mock import patch, MagicMock, Mock

sys.path.insert(
    0, os.path.join(os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(__file__)), "..")
)

import pagure.lib.query
import tests
from pagure.lib.repo import PagureRepo


class PagureFlaskInternaltests(tests.Modeltests):
    """ Tests for flask Internal controller of pagure """

    maxDiff = None

    def setUp(self):
        """ Set up the environnment, ran before every tests. """
        super(PagureFlaskInternaltests, self).setUp()

        pagure.config.config["IP_ALLOWED_INTERNAL"] = list(
            set(pagure.config.config["IP_ALLOWED_INTERNAL"] + [None])
        )

        pagure.config.config["GIT_FOLDER"] = os.path.join(self.path, "repos")

    @patch.dict("pagure.config.config", {"IP_ALLOWED_INTERNAL": []})
    def test_internal_access_only(self):
        output = self.app.post("/pv/ssh/lookupkey/")
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 403)

        # no internal IP addresses => will fail
        output = self.app.post("/pv/ssh/lookupkey/")
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 403)
        # wrong token => will fail
        output = self.app.post(
            "/pv/ssh/lookupkey/",
            headers={"Authorization": "token doesntexist"},
        )
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 401)
        # correct token => will work
        exp_date = datetime.date.today() + datetime.timedelta(days=300)
        pagure.lib.query.add_token_to_user(
            self.session, None, ["internal_access"], "pingou", exp_date
        )
        token = pagure.lib.query.search_token(
            self.session, acls=["internal_access"], user="pingou"
        )
        output = self.app.post(
            "/pv/ssh/lookupkey/",
            headers={"Authorization": "token %s" % token[0].id},
        )
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 400)

    @patch("pagure.lib.notify.send_email")
    def test_pull_request_add_comment(self, send_email):
        """ Test the pull_request_add_comment function.  """
        send_email.return_value = True

        tests.create_projects(self.session)

        repo = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")

        req = pagure.lib.query.new_pull_request(
            session=self.session,
            repo_from=repo,
            branch_from="feature",
            repo_to=repo,
            branch_to="master",
            title="PR from the feature branch",
            user="pingou",
        )
        self.session.commit()
        self.assertEqual(req.id, 1)
        self.assertEqual(req.title, "PR from the feature branch")

        request = repo.requests[0]
        self.assertEqual(len(request.comments), 0)
        self.assertEqual(len(request.discussion), 0)

        data = {"objid": "foo"}

        # Wrong http request
        output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 405)

        # Invalid request
        output = self.app.put("/pv/pull-request/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 400)

        data = {"objid": "foo", "useremail": "foo@pingou.com"}

        # Invalid objid
        output = self.app.put("/pv/pull-request/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 404)

        data = {"objid": request.uid, "useremail": "foo@pingou.com"}

        # Valid objid, in-complete data for a comment
        output = self.app.put("/pv/pull-request/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 400)

        data = {
            "objid": request.uid,
            "useremail": "foo@pingou.com",
            "comment": "Looks good to me!",
        }

        # Add comment
        output = self.app.put("/pv/pull-request/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertDictEqual(js_data, {"message": "Comment added"})

        self.session.commit()
        repo = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        request = repo.requests[0]
        self.assertEqual(len(request.comments), 1)
        self.assertEqual(len(request.discussion), 1)

        # Check the @internal_access_only
        before = pagure.config.config["IP_ALLOWED_INTERNAL"][:]
        pagure.config.config["IP_ALLOWED_INTERNAL"] = []

        output = self.app.put("/pv/pull-request/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 403)

        pagure.config.config["IP_ALLOWED_INTERNAL"] = before[:]

    @patch("pagure.lib.notify.send_email")
    def test_ticket_add_comment(self, send_email):
        """ Test the ticket_add_comment function.  """
        send_email.return_value = True

        tests.create_projects(self.session)

        # Create issues to play with
        repo = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        msg = pagure.lib.query.new_issue(
            session=self.session,
            repo=repo,
            title="Test issue",
            content="We should work on this",
            user="pingou",
        )
        self.session.commit()
        self.assertEqual(msg.title, "Test issue")

        issue = repo.issues[0]
        self.assertEqual(len(issue.comments), 0)

        data = {"objid": "foo"}

        # Wrong http request
        output = self.app.post("/pv/ticket/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 405)

        # Invalid request
        output = self.app.put("/pv/ticket/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 400)

        data = {"objid": "foo", "useremail": "foo@pingou.com"}

        # Invalid objid
        output = self.app.put("/pv/ticket/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 404)

        data = {"objid": issue.uid, "useremail": "foo@pingou.com"}

        # Valid objid, in-complete data for a comment
        output = self.app.put("/pv/ticket/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 400)

        data = {
            "objid": issue.uid,
            "useremail": "foo@pingou.com",
            "comment": "Looks good to me!",
        }

        # Add comment
        output = self.app.put("/pv/ticket/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertDictEqual(js_data, {"message": "Comment added"})

        self.session.commit()
        repo = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        issue = repo.issues[0]
        self.assertEqual(len(issue.comments), 1)

        # Check the @internal_access_only
        pagure.config.config["IP_ALLOWED_INTERNAL"].remove(None)
        before = pagure.config.config["IP_ALLOWED_INTERNAL"][:]
        pagure.config.config["IP_ALLOWED_INTERNAL"] = []

        output = self.app.put("/pv/ticket/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 403)

        pagure.config.config["IP_ALLOWED_INTERNAL"] = before[:]

    @patch("pagure.lib.notify.send_email")
    def test_private_ticket_add_comment(self, send_email):
        """ Test the ticket_add_comment function on a private ticket.  """
        send_email.return_value = True

        tests.create_projects(self.session)

        # Create issues to play with
        repo = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        msg = pagure.lib.query.new_issue(
            session=self.session,
            repo=repo,
            title="Test issue",
            content="We should work on this, really",
            user="pingou",
            private=True,
        )
        self.session.commit()
        self.assertEqual(msg.title, "Test issue")

        issue = repo.issues[0]
        self.assertEqual(len(issue.comments), 0)

        data = {"objid": "foo"}

        # Wrong http request
        output = self.app.post("/pv/ticket/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 405)

        # Invalid request
        output = self.app.put("/pv/ticket/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 400)

        data = {"objid": "foo", "useremail": "foo@pingou.com"}

        # Invalid objid
        output = self.app.put("/pv/ticket/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 404)

        data = {"objid": issue.uid, "useremail": "foo@bar.com"}

        # Valid objid, un-allowed user for this (private) ticket
        output = self.app.put("/pv/ticket/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 403)

        data = {"objid": issue.uid, "useremail": "foo@pingou.com"}

        # Valid objid, un-allowed user for this (private) ticket
        output = self.app.put("/pv/ticket/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 400)

        data = {
            "objid": issue.uid,
            "useremail": "foo@pingou.com",
            "comment": "Looks good to me!",
        }

        # Add comment
        output = self.app.put("/pv/ticket/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertDictEqual(js_data, {"message": "Comment added"})

        self.session.commit()
        repo = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        issue = repo.issues[0]
        self.assertEqual(len(issue.comments), 1)

        # Check the @internal_access_only
        before = pagure.config.config["IP_ALLOWED_INTERNAL"][:]
        pagure.config.config["IP_ALLOWED_INTERNAL"] = []

        output = self.app.put("/pv/ticket/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 403)

        pagure.config.config["IP_ALLOWED_INTERNAL"] = before[:]

    @patch("pagure.lib.notify.send_email")
    def test_private_ticket_add_comment_acl(self, send_email):
        """ Test the ticket_add_comment function on a private ticket.  """
        send_email.return_value = True

        tests.create_projects(self.session)

        # Create issues to play with
        repo = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        msg = pagure.lib.query.new_issue(
            session=self.session,
            repo=repo,
            title="Test issue",
            content="We should work on this, really",
            user="pingou",
            private=True,
        )
        self.session.commit()
        self.assertEqual(msg.title, "Test issue")

        repo = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        issue = repo.issues[0]
        self.assertEqual(len(issue.comments), 0)

        # Currently, he is just an average user,
        # He doesn't have any access in this repo
        data = {
            "objid": issue.uid,
            "useremail": "foo@bar.com",
            "comment": "Looks good to me!",
        }

        # Valid objid, un-allowed user for this (private) ticket
        output = self.app.put("/pv/ticket/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 403)

        repo = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        # Let's promote him to be a ticketer
        # He shoudn't be able to comment even then though
        msg = pagure.lib.query.add_user_to_project(
            self.session,
            project=repo,
            new_user="foo",
            user="pingou",
            access="ticket",
        )
        self.session.commit()
        self.assertEqual(msg, "User added")
        repo = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        self.assertEqual(sorted([u.username for u in repo.users]), ["foo"])
        self.assertEqual(sorted([u.username for u in repo.committers]), [])
        self.assertEqual(sorted([u.username for u in repo.admins]), [])

        output = self.app.put("/pv/ticket/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 403)

        repo = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        # Let's promote him to be a committer
        # He should be able to comment
        msg = pagure.lib.query.add_user_to_project(
            self.session,
            project=repo,
            new_user="foo",
            user="pingou",
            access="commit",
        )
        self.session.commit()
        self.assertEqual(msg, "User access updated")
        repo = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        self.assertEqual(sorted([u.username for u in repo.users]), ["foo"])
        self.assertEqual(
            sorted([u.username for u in repo.committers]), ["foo"]
        )
        self.assertEqual(sorted([u.username for u in repo.admins]), [])

        # Add comment
        output = self.app.put("/pv/ticket/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertDictEqual(js_data, {"message": "Comment added"})

        repo = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        issue = repo.issues[0]
        self.assertEqual(len(issue.comments), 1)

        # Let's promote him to be a admin
        # He should be able to comment
        msg = pagure.lib.query.add_user_to_project(
            self.session,
            project=repo,
            new_user="foo",
            user="pingou",
            access="admin",
        )
        self.session.commit()
        self.assertEqual(msg, "User access updated")

        repo = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        self.assertEqual(sorted([u.username for u in repo.users]), ["foo"])
        self.assertEqual(
            sorted([u.username for u in repo.committers]), ["foo"]
        )
        self.assertEqual(sorted([u.username for u in repo.admins]), ["foo"])

        # Add comment
        output = self.app.put("/pv/ticket/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertDictEqual(js_data, {"message": "Comment added"})

        repo = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        issue = repo.issues[0]
        self.assertEqual(len(issue.comments), 2)

        # Check the @internal_access_only
        before = pagure.config.config["IP_ALLOWED_INTERNAL"][:]
        pagure.config.config["IP_ALLOWED_INTERNAL"] = []

        output = self.app.put("/pv/ticket/comment/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 403)

        pagure.config.config["IP_ALLOWED_INTERNAL"] = before[:]

    @patch("pagure.lib.notify.send_email")
    def test_mergeable_request_pull_FF(self, send_email):
        """ Test the mergeable_request_pull endpoint with a fast-forward
        merge.
        """
        send_email.return_value = True

        # Create a git repo to play with

        origgitrepo = os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "test.git")
        self.assertFalse(os.path.exists(origgitrepo))
        os.makedirs(origgitrepo)
        orig_repo = pygit2.init_repository(origgitrepo, bare=True)
        os.makedirs(os.path.join(self.path, "repos_tmp"))
        gitrepo = os.path.join(self.path, "repos_tmp", "test.git")
        repo = pygit2.clone_repository(origgitrepo, gitrepo)

        # Create a file in that git repo
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, "sources"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("foo\n bar")
        repo.index.add("sources")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/master",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add sources file for testing",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [],
        )

        first_commit = repo.revparse_single("HEAD")
        refname = "refs/heads/master:refs/heads/master"
        ori_remote = repo.remotes[0]
        PagureRepo.push(ori_remote, refname)

        # Edit the sources file again
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, "sources"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("foo\n bar\nbaz\n boose")
        repo.index.add("sources")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/feature",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add baz and boose to the sources\n\n There are more objects to "
            "consider",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [first_commit.oid.hex],
        )

        second_commit = repo.revparse_single("HEAD")
        refname = "refs/heads/feature:refs/heads/feature"
        ori_remote = repo.remotes[0]
        PagureRepo.push(ori_remote, refname)

        # Create a PR for these changes
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        project = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        req = pagure.lib.query.new_pull_request(
            session=self.session,
            repo_from=project,
            branch_from="feature",
            repo_to=project,
            branch_to="master",
            title="PR from the feature branch",
            user="pingou",
        )
        self.session.commit()
        self.assertEqual(req.id, 1)
        self.assertEqual(req.title, "PR from the feature branch")

        # Check if the PR can be merged
        data = {"objid": "blah"}

        # Missing CSRF
        output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/merge", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 400)

        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            output = self.app.get("/test/adduser")
            csrf_token = (
                output.get_data(as_text=True)
                .split('name="csrf_token" type="hidden" value="')[1]
                .split('">')[0]
            )

            # Missing request identifier
            data = {"csrf_token": csrf_token}
            output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/merge", data=data)
            self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 404)

            # With all the desired information
            project = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(
                self.session, "test"
            )
            data = {
                "csrf_token": csrf_token,
                "requestid": project.requests[0].uid,
            }
            output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/merge", data=data)
            self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
            exp = {
                "code": "FFORWARD",
                "message": "The pull-request can be merged and fast-forwarded",
                "short_code": "Ok",
            }

            js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
            self.assertDictEqual(js_data, exp)

    @patch("pagure.lib.notify.send_email")
    def test_mergeable_request_pull_no_change(self, send_email):
        """ Test the mergeable_request_pull endpoint when there are no
        changes to merge.
        """
        send_email.return_value = True

        # Create a git repo to play with

        gitrepo = os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "test.git")
        self.assertFalse(os.path.exists(gitrepo))
        os.makedirs(gitrepo)
        repo = pygit2.init_repository(gitrepo)

        # Create a file in that git repo
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, "sources"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("foo\n bar")
        repo.index.add("sources")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/master",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add sources file for testing",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [],
        )

        first_commit = repo.revparse_single("HEAD")

        # Edit the sources file again
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, "sources"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("foo\n bar\nbaz\n boose")
        repo.index.add("sources")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/master",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add baz and boose to the sources\n\n There are more objects to "
            "consider",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [first_commit.oid.hex],
        )

        second_commit = repo.revparse_single("HEAD")

        # Create a PR for these changes
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        project = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        req = pagure.lib.query.new_pull_request(
            session=self.session,
            repo_from=project,
            branch_from="master",
            repo_to=project,
            branch_to="master",
            title="PR from the feature branch",
            user="pingou",
        )
        self.session.commit()
        self.assertEqual(req.id, 1)
        self.assertEqual(req.title, "PR from the feature branch")

        # Check if the PR can be merged
        data = {"objid": "blah"}

        # Missing CSRF
        output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/merge", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 400)

        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            output = self.app.get("/test/adduser")
            csrf_token = (
                output.get_data(as_text=True)
                .split('name="csrf_token" type="hidden" value="')[1]
                .split('">')[0]
            )

            # Missing request identifier
            data = {"csrf_token": csrf_token}
            output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/merge", data=data)
            self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 404)

            # With all the desired information
            project = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(
                self.session, "test"
            )
            data = {
                "csrf_token": csrf_token,
                "requestid": project.requests[0].uid,
            }
            output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/merge", data=data)
            self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
            exp = {
                "code": "NO_CHANGE",
                "message": "Nothing to change, git is up to date",
                "short_code": "No changes",
            }

            js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
            self.assertDictEqual(js_data, exp)

    @patch("pagure.lib.notify.send_email")
    def test_mergeable_request_pull_merge(self, send_email):
        """ Test the mergeable_request_pull endpoint when the changes can
        be merged with a merge commit.
        """
        send_email.return_value = True

        # Create a git repo to play with

        origgitrepo = os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "test.git")
        self.assertFalse(os.path.exists(origgitrepo))
        os.makedirs(origgitrepo)
        orig_repo = pygit2.init_repository(origgitrepo, bare=True)
        os.makedirs(os.path.join(self.path, "repos_tmp"))
        gitrepo = os.path.join(self.path, "repos_tmp", "test.git")
        repo = pygit2.clone_repository(origgitrepo, gitrepo)

        # Create a file in that git repo
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, "sources"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("foo\n bar")
        repo.index.add("sources")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/master",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add sources file for testing",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [],
        )

        first_commit = repo.revparse_single("HEAD")
        refname = "refs/heads/master:refs/heads/master"
        ori_remote = repo.remotes[0]
        PagureRepo.push(ori_remote, refname)

        # Edit the sources file again
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, "sources"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("foo\n bar\nbaz\n boose")
        repo.index.add("sources")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/feature",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add baz and boose to the sources\n\n There are more objects to "
            "consider",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [first_commit.oid.hex],
        )
        refname = "refs/heads/feature:refs/heads/feature"
        ori_remote = repo.remotes[0]
        PagureRepo.push(ori_remote, refname)

        # Create another file in the master branch
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, ".gitignore"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("*~")
        repo.index.add(".gitignore")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/master",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add .gitignore file for testing",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [first_commit.oid.hex],
        )
        refname = "refs/heads/master:refs/heads/master"
        ori_remote = repo.remotes[0]
        PagureRepo.push(ori_remote, refname)

        # Create a PR for these changes
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        project = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        req = pagure.lib.query.new_pull_request(
            session=self.session,
            repo_from=project,
            branch_from="feature",
            repo_to=project,
            branch_to="master",
            title="PR from the feature branch",
            user="pingou",
        )
        self.session.commit()
        self.assertEqual(req.id, 1)
        self.assertEqual(req.title, "PR from the feature branch")

        # Check if the PR can be merged
        data = {}

        # Missing CSRF
        output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/merge", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 400)

        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            output = self.app.get("/test/adduser")
            csrf_token = (
                output.get_data(as_text=True)
                .split('name="csrf_token" type="hidden" value="')[1]
                .split('">')[0]
            )

            # Missing request identifier
            data = {"csrf_token": csrf_token}
            output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/merge", data=data)
            self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 404)

            # With all the desired information
            project = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(
                self.session, "test"
            )
            data = {
                "csrf_token": csrf_token,
                "requestid": project.requests[0].uid,
                "force": True,
            }
            output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/merge", data=data)
            self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
            exp = {
                "code": "MERGE",
                "message": "The pull-request can be merged with a merge commit",
                "short_code": "With merge",
            }

            js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
            self.assertDictEqual(js_data, exp)

            # Asking a second time will trigger the cache
            data = {
                "csrf_token": csrf_token,
                "requestid": project.requests[0].uid,
            }
            output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/merge", data=data)
            self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
            exp = {
                "code": "MERGE",
                "message": "The pull-request can be merged with a merge commit",
                "short_code": "With merge",
            }

            js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
            self.assertDictEqual(js_data, exp)

    @patch("pagure.lib.notify.send_email")
    def test_mergeable_request_pull_conflicts(self, send_email):
        """ Test the mergeable_request_pull endpoint when the changes cannot
        be merged due to conflicts.
        """
        send_email.return_value = True

        # Create a git repo to play with
        origgitrepo = os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "test.git")
        self.assertFalse(os.path.exists(origgitrepo))
        os.makedirs(origgitrepo)
        orig_repo = pygit2.init_repository(origgitrepo, bare=True)
        os.makedirs(os.path.join(self.path, "repos_tmp"))
        gitrepo = os.path.join(self.path, "repos_tmp", "test.git")
        repo = pygit2.clone_repository(origgitrepo, gitrepo)

        # Create a file in that git repo
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, "sources"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("foo\n bar")
        repo.index.add("sources")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/master",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add sources file for testing",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [],
        )

        first_commit = repo.revparse_single("HEAD")
        refname = "refs/heads/master:refs/heads/master"
        ori_remote = repo.remotes[0]
        PagureRepo.push(ori_remote, refname)

        # Edit the sources file again
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, "sources"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("foo\n bar\nbaz\n boose")
        repo.index.add("sources")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/feature",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add baz and boose to the sources\n\n There are more objects to "
            "consider",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [first_commit.oid.hex],
        )
        refname = "refs/heads/feature:refs/heads/feature"
        ori_remote = repo.remotes[0]
        PagureRepo.push(ori_remote, refname)

        # Create another file in the master branch
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, "sources"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("foo\n bar\nbaz\n")
        repo.index.add("sources")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/master",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add .gitignore file for testing",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [first_commit.oid.hex],
        )
        refname = "refs/heads/master:refs/heads/master"
        ori_remote = repo.remotes[0]
        PagureRepo.push(ori_remote, refname)

        # Create a PR for these changes
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        project = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        req = pagure.lib.query.new_pull_request(
            session=self.session,
            repo_from=project,
            branch_from="feature",
            repo_to=project,
            branch_to="master",
            title="PR from the feature branch",
            user="pingou",
        )
        self.session.commit()
        self.assertEqual(req.id, 1)
        self.assertEqual(req.title, "PR from the feature branch")

        # Check if the PR can be merged
        data = {}

        # Missing CSRF
        output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/merge", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 400)

        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            output = self.app.get("/test/adduser")
            csrf_token = (
                output.get_data(as_text=True)
                .split('name="csrf_token" type="hidden" value="')[1]
                .split('">')[0]
            )

            # Missing request identifier
            data = {"csrf_token": csrf_token}
            output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/merge", data=data)
            self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 404)

            # With all the desired information
            project = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(
                self.session, "test"
            )
            data = {
                "csrf_token": csrf_token,
                "requestid": project.requests[0].uid,
            }
            output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/merge", data=data)
            self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
            exp = {
                "code": "CONFLICTS",
                "message": "The pull-request cannot be merged due to conflicts",
                "short_code": "Conflicts",
            }

            js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
            self.assertDictEqual(js_data, exp)

    @patch("pagure.lib.notify.send_email")
    def test_mergeable_request_pull_merge_no_nonff_merges(self, send_email):
        """ Test the mergeable_request_pull endpoint when the changes can
        be merged with a merge commit, but project settings prohibit this.
        """
        send_email.return_value = True

        # Create a git repo to play with

        origgitrepo = os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "test.git")
        self.assertFalse(os.path.exists(origgitrepo))
        os.makedirs(origgitrepo)
        orig_repo = pygit2.init_repository(origgitrepo, bare=True)
        os.makedirs(os.path.join(self.path, "repos_tmp"))
        gitrepo = os.path.join(self.path, "repos_tmp", "test.git")
        repo = pygit2.clone_repository(origgitrepo, gitrepo)

        # Create a file in that git repo
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, "sources"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("foo\n bar")
        repo.index.add("sources")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/master",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add sources file for testing",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [],
        )

        first_commit = repo.revparse_single("HEAD")
        refname = "refs/heads/master:refs/heads/master"
        ori_remote = repo.remotes[0]
        PagureRepo.push(ori_remote, refname)

        # Edit the sources file again
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, "sources"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("foo\n bar\nbaz\n boose")
        repo.index.add("sources")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/feature",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add baz and boose to the sources\n\n There are more objects to "
            "consider",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [first_commit.oid.hex],
        )
        refname = "refs/heads/feature:refs/heads/feature"
        ori_remote = repo.remotes[0]
        PagureRepo.push(ori_remote, refname)

        # Create another file in the master branch
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, ".gitignore"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("*~")
        repo.index.add(".gitignore")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/master",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add .gitignore file for testing",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [first_commit.oid.hex],
        )
        refname = "refs/heads/master:refs/heads/master"
        ori_remote = repo.remotes[0]
        PagureRepo.push(ori_remote, refname)

        # Create a PR for these changes
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        project = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        req = pagure.lib.query.new_pull_request(
            session=self.session,
            repo_from=project,
            branch_from="feature",
            repo_to=project,
            branch_to="master",
            title="PR from the feature branch",
            user="pingou",
        )
        settings = {"disable_non_fast-forward_merges": True}
        project.settings = settings
        self.session.commit()
        self.assertEqual(req.id, 1)
        self.assertEqual(req.title, "PR from the feature branch")

        # Check if the PR can be merged
        data = {}

        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            output = self.app.get("/test/adduser")
            csrf_token = (
                output.get_data(as_text=True)
                .split('name="csrf_token" type="hidden" value="')[1]
                .split('">')[0]
            )

            # With all the desired information
            project = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(
                self.session, "test"
            )
            data = {
                "csrf_token": csrf_token,
                "requestid": project.requests[0].uid,
                "force": True,
            }
            output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/merge", data=data)
            self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
            exp = {
                "code": "NEEDSREBASE",
                "message": "The pull-request must be rebased before merging",
                "short_code": "Needs rebase",
            }

            js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
            self.assertDictEqual(js_data, exp)

            # Asking a second time will trigger the cache
            data = {
                "csrf_token": csrf_token,
                "requestid": project.requests[0].uid,
            }
            output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/merge", data=data)
            self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
            exp = {
                "code": "NEEDSREBASE",
                "message": "The pull-request must be rebased before merging",
                "short_code": "Needs rebase",
            }

            js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
            self.assertDictEqual(js_data, exp)

    @patch("pagure.lib.notify.send_email")
    def test_mergeable_request_pull_minimum_score(self, send_email):
        """ Test the mergeable_request_pull endpoint when the changes can
        be merged with a merge FF, but project settings enforces vote on
        the PR.
        """
        send_email.return_value = True

        # Create a git repo to play with

        origgitrepo = os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "test.git")
        self.assertFalse(os.path.exists(origgitrepo))
        os.makedirs(origgitrepo)
        orig_repo = pygit2.init_repository(origgitrepo, bare=True)
        os.makedirs(os.path.join(self.path, "repos_tmp"))
        gitrepo = os.path.join(self.path, "repos_tmp", "test.git")
        repo = pygit2.clone_repository(origgitrepo, gitrepo)

        # Create a file in that git repo
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, "sources"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("foo\n bar")
        repo.index.add("sources")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/master",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add sources file for testing",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [],
        )

        first_commit = repo.revparse_single("HEAD")
        refname = "refs/heads/master:refs/heads/master"
        ori_remote = repo.remotes[0]
        PagureRepo.push(ori_remote, refname)

        # Edit the sources file again
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, "sources"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("foo\n bar\nbaz\n boose")
        repo.index.add("sources")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/feature",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add baz and boose to the sources\n\n There are more objects to "
            "consider",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [first_commit.oid.hex],
        )
        refname = "refs/heads/feature:refs/heads/feature"
        ori_remote = repo.remotes[0]
        PagureRepo.push(ori_remote, refname)

        # Create a PR for these changes
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        project = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        req = pagure.lib.query.new_pull_request(
            session=self.session,
            repo_from=project,
            branch_from="feature",
            repo_to=project,
            branch_to="master",
            title="PR from the feature branch",
            user="pingou",
        )
        settings = {"Minimum_score_to_merge_pull-request": 2}
        project.settings = settings
        self.session.commit()
        self.assertEqual(req.id, 1)
        self.assertEqual(req.title, "PR from the feature branch")

        # Check if the PR can be merged
        data = {}

        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            output = self.app.get("/test/adduser")
            csrf_token = (
                output.get_data(as_text=True)
                .split('name="csrf_token" type="hidden" value="')[1]
                .split('">')[0]
            )

            # With all the desired information
            project = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(
                self.session, "test"
            )
            data = {
                "csrf_token": csrf_token,
                "requestid": project.requests[0].uid,
                "force": True,
            }
            output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/merge", data=data)
            self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 400)
            exp = {
                "code": "CONFLICTS",
                "message": "Pull-Request does not meet the minimal number "
                "of review required: 0/2",
            }

            js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
            self.assertDictEqual(js_data, exp)

            # Verify we get a valid merge_status (not 'unknown')
            pub_api_call = self.app.get("/api/0/test/pull-request/1")
            data = json.loads(pub_api_call.get_data(as_text=True))
            self.assertIn(data["cached_merge_status"], ("MERGE", "FFORWARD"))

            # Asking a second time will trigger the cache
            data = {
                "csrf_token": csrf_token,
                "requestid": project.requests[0].uid,
            }
            output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/merge", data=data)
            self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 400)
            exp = {
                "code": "CONFLICTS",
                "message": "Pull-Request does not meet the minimal number "
                "of review required: 0/2",
            }

            js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
            self.assertDictEqual(js_data, exp)

    @patch("pagure.lib.notify.send_email", MagicMock(return_value=True))
    @patch(
        "pagure.lib.git.merge_pull_request",
        MagicMock(side_effect=pagure.exceptions.PagureException("error")),
    )
    def test_mergeable_request_pull_merge_pagureerror(self):
        """ Test the mergeable_request_pull endpoint when the backend
        raises an GitError exception.
        """
        # Create a git repo to play with

        origgitrepo = os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "test.git")
        self.assertFalse(os.path.exists(origgitrepo))
        os.makedirs(origgitrepo)
        orig_repo = pygit2.init_repository(origgitrepo, bare=True)
        os.makedirs(os.path.join(self.path, "repos_tmp"))
        gitrepo = os.path.join(self.path, "repos_tmp", "test.git")
        repo = pygit2.clone_repository(origgitrepo, gitrepo)

        # Create a file in that git repo
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, "sources"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("foo\n bar")
        repo.index.add("sources")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/master",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add sources file for testing",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [],
        )

        first_commit = repo.revparse_single("HEAD")
        refname = "refs/heads/master:refs/heads/master"
        ori_remote = repo.remotes[0]
        PagureRepo.push(ori_remote, refname)

        # Edit the sources file again
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, "sources"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("foo\n bar\nbaz\n boose")
        repo.index.add("sources")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/feature",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add baz and boose to the sources\n\n There are more objects to "
            "consider",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [first_commit.oid.hex],
        )
        refname = "refs/heads/feature:refs/heads/feature"
        ori_remote = repo.remotes[0]
        PagureRepo.push(ori_remote, refname)

        # Create another file in the master branch
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, ".gitignore"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("*~")
        repo.index.add(".gitignore")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/master",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add .gitignore file for testing",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [first_commit.oid.hex],
        )
        refname = "refs/heads/master:refs/heads/master"
        ori_remote = repo.remotes[0]
        PagureRepo.push(ori_remote, refname)

        # Create a PR for these changes
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        project = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        req = pagure.lib.query.new_pull_request(
            session=self.session,
            repo_from=project,
            branch_from="feature",
            repo_to=project,
            branch_to="master",
            title="PR from the feature branch",
            user="pingou",
        )
        self.session.commit()
        self.assertEqual(req.id, 1)
        self.assertEqual(req.title, "PR from the feature branch")

        # Check if the PR can be merged
        data = {}

        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            output = self.app.get("/test/adduser")
            csrf_token = self.get_csrf(output=output)

            # With all the desired information
            project = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(
                self.session, "test"
            )
            data = {
                "csrf_token": csrf_token,
                "requestid": project.requests[0].uid,
                "force": True,
            }
            output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/merge", data=data)
            self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 500)
            exp = {"code": "CONFLICTS", "message": "error"}

            js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
            self.assertDictEqual(js_data, exp)

    @patch("pagure.lib.notify.send_email", MagicMock(return_value=True))
    @patch(
        "pagure.lib.git.merge_pull_request",
        MagicMock(side_effect=pygit2.GitError("git error")),
    )
    def test_mergeable_request_pull_merge_giterror(self):
        """ Test the mergeable_request_pull endpoint when the backend
        raises an GitError exception.
        """
        # Create a git repo to play with

        origgitrepo = os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "test.git")
        self.assertFalse(os.path.exists(origgitrepo))
        os.makedirs(origgitrepo)
        orig_repo = pygit2.init_repository(origgitrepo, bare=True)
        os.makedirs(os.path.join(self.path, "repos_tmp"))
        gitrepo = os.path.join(self.path, "repos_tmp", "test.git")
        repo = pygit2.clone_repository(origgitrepo, gitrepo)

        # Create a file in that git repo
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, "sources"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("foo\n bar")
        repo.index.add("sources")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/master",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add sources file for testing",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [],
        )

        first_commit = repo.revparse_single("HEAD")
        refname = "refs/heads/master:refs/heads/master"
        ori_remote = repo.remotes[0]
        PagureRepo.push(ori_remote, refname)

        # Edit the sources file again
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, "sources"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("foo\n bar\nbaz\n boose")
        repo.index.add("sources")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/feature",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add baz and boose to the sources\n\n There are more objects to "
            "consider",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [first_commit.oid.hex],
        )
        refname = "refs/heads/feature:refs/heads/feature"
        ori_remote = repo.remotes[0]
        PagureRepo.push(ori_remote, refname)

        # Create another file in the master branch
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, ".gitignore"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("*~")
        repo.index.add(".gitignore")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/master",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add .gitignore file for testing",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [first_commit.oid.hex],
        )
        refname = "refs/heads/master:refs/heads/master"
        ori_remote = repo.remotes[0]
        PagureRepo.push(ori_remote, refname)

        # Create a PR for these changes
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        project = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        req = pagure.lib.query.new_pull_request(
            session=self.session,
            repo_from=project,
            branch_from="feature",
            repo_to=project,
            branch_to="master",
            title="PR from the feature branch",
            user="pingou",
        )
        self.session.commit()
        self.assertEqual(req.id, 1)
        self.assertEqual(req.title, "PR from the feature branch")

        # Check if the PR can be merged
        data = {}

        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            output = self.app.get("/test/adduser")
            csrf_token = self.get_csrf(output=output)

            # With all the desired information
            project = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(
                self.session, "test"
            )
            data = {
                "csrf_token": csrf_token,
                "requestid": project.requests[0].uid,
                "force": True,
            }
            output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/merge", data=data)
            self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 409)
            exp = {"code": "CONFLICTS", "message": "git error"}

            js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
            self.assertDictEqual(js_data, exp)

    def test_get_branches_of_commit(self):
        """ Test the get_branches_of_commit from the internal API. """
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        tests.create_projects_git(os.path.join(self.path, "repos"))

        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            output = self.app.get("/test/adduser")
            self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
            csrf_token = (
                output.get_data(as_text=True)
                .split('name="csrf_token" type="hidden" value="')[1]
                .split('">')[0]
            )

        # No CSRF token
        data = {"repo": "fakerepo", "commit_id": "foo"}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/branches/commit/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 400)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertDictEqual(
            js_data, {"code": "ERROR", "message": "Invalid input submitted"}
        )

        # Invalid repo
        data = {
            "repo": "fakerepo",
            "commit_id": "foo",
            "csrf_token": csrf_token,
        }
        output = self.app.post("/pv/branches/commit/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 404)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertDictEqual(
            js_data,
            {
                "code": "ERROR",
                "message": "No repo found with the information provided",
            },
        )

        # Rigth repo, no commit
        data = {"repo": "test", "csrf_token": csrf_token}

        output = self.app.post("/pv/branches/commit/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 400)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertDictEqual(
            js_data, {"code": "ERROR", "message": "No commit id submitted"}
        )

        # Request is fine, but git repo doesn't exist
        item = pagure.lib.model.Project(
            user_id=1,  # pingou
            name="test20",
            description="test project #20",
            hook_token="aaabbbhhh",
        )
        self.session.add(item)
        self.session.commit()

        data = {"repo": "test20", "commit_id": "foo", "csrf_token": csrf_token}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/branches/commit/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 404)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertDictEqual(
            js_data,
            {
                "code": "ERROR",
                "message": "No git repo found with the information provided",
            },
        )

        # Create a git repo to play with
        gitrepo = os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "test.git")
        self.assertTrue(os.path.exists(gitrepo))
        repo = pygit2.Repository(gitrepo)

        # Create a file in that git repo
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, "sources"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("foo\n bar")
        repo.index.add("sources")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/master",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add sources file for testing",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [],
        )

        first_commit = repo.revparse_single("HEAD")

        # Edit the sources file again
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, "sources"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("foo\n bar\nbaz\n boose")
        repo.index.add("sources")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/feature",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add baz and boose to the sources\n\n There are more objects to "
            "consider",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [first_commit.oid.hex],
        )

        # Create another file in the master branch
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, ".gitignore"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("*~")
        repo.index.add(".gitignore")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        commit_hash = repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/feature_branch",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add .gitignore file for testing",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [first_commit.oid.hex],
        )

        # All good but the commit id
        data = {"repo": "test", "commit_id": "foo", "csrf_token": csrf_token}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/branches/commit/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 404)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertDictEqual(
            js_data,
            {
                "code": "ERROR",
                "message": "This commit could not be found in this repo",
            },
        )

        # All good
        data = {
            "repo": "test",
            "commit_id": commit_hash,
            "csrf_token": csrf_token,
        }
        output = self.app.post("/pv/branches/commit/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertDictEqual(
            js_data, {"code": "OK", "branches": ["feature_branch"]}
        )

    def test_get_branches_of_commit_with_unrelated_branches(self):
        """ Test the get_branches_of_commit from the internal API. """
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        tests.create_projects_git(os.path.join(self.path, "repos"))

        user = tests.FakeUser(username="pingou")
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            csrf_token = self.get_csrf()

        # Create a git repo to play with
        gitrepo = os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "test.git")
        self.assertTrue(os.path.exists(gitrepo))
        repo = pygit2.Repository(gitrepo)

        # Create a file in that git repo
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, "sources"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("foo\n bar")
        repo.index.add("sources")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/master",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add sources file for testing",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [],
        )

        first_commit = repo.revparse_single("HEAD")

        # Edit the sources file again
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, "sources"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("foo\n bar\nbaz\n boose")
        repo.index.add("sources")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added, but unrelated with the first commit
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        commit = repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/feature",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add baz and boose to the sources\n\n There are more objects to "
            "consider",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [],
        )
        commit_hash = commit.hex

        # All good
        data = {
            "repo": "test",
            "commit_id": commit_hash,
            "csrf_token": csrf_token,
        }
        output = self.app.post("/pv/branches/commit/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertDictEqual(js_data, {"code": "OK", "branches": ["feature"]})

    def test_get_branches_head(self):
        """ Test the get_branches_head from the internal API. """
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        tests.create_projects_git(os.path.join(self.path, "repos"))

        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            csrf_token = self.get_csrf()

        # No CSRF token
        data = {"repo": "fakerepo"}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/branches/heads/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 400)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertDictEqual(
            js_data, {"code": "ERROR", "message": "Invalid input submitted"}
        )

        # Invalid repo
        data = {
            "repo": "fakerepo",
            "commit_id": "foo",
            "csrf_token": csrf_token,
        }
        output = self.app.post("/pv/branches/heads/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 404)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertDictEqual(
            js_data,
            {
                "code": "ERROR",
                "message": "No repo found with the information provided",
            },
        )

        # Rigth repo, no commit
        data = {"repo": "test", "csrf_token": csrf_token}

        output = self.app.post("/pv/branches/heads/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertDictEqual(
            js_data, {"branches": {}, "code": "OK", "heads": {}}
        )

        # Request is fine, but git repo doesn't exist
        item = pagure.lib.model.Project(
            user_id=1,  # pingou
            name="test20",
            description="test project #20",
            hook_token="aaabbbhhh",
        )
        self.session.add(item)
        self.session.commit()

        data = {"repo": "test20", "csrf_token": csrf_token}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/branches/heads/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 404)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertDictEqual(
            js_data,
            {
                "code": "ERROR",
                "message": "No git repo found with the information provided",
            },
        )

        # Create a git repo to play with
        gitrepo = os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "test.git")
        self.assertTrue(os.path.exists(gitrepo))
        repo = pygit2.Repository(gitrepo)

        # Create a file in that git repo
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, "sources"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("foo\n bar")
        repo.index.add("sources")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/master",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add sources file for testing",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [],
        )

        first_commit = repo.revparse_single("HEAD")

        # Edit the sources file again
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, "sources"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("foo\n bar\nbaz\n boose")
        repo.index.add("sources")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/feature",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add baz and boose to the sources\n\n There are more objects to "
            "consider",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [first_commit.oid.hex],
        )

        # Create another file in the master branch
        with open(os.path.join(gitrepo, ".gitignore"), "w") as stream:
            stream.write("*~")
        repo.index.add(".gitignore")
        repo.index.write()

        # Commits the files added
        tree = repo.index.write_tree()
        author = pygit2.Signature("Alice Author", "alice@authors.tld")
        committer = pygit2.Signature("Cecil Committer", "cecil@committers.tld")
        commit_hash = repo.create_commit(
            "refs/heads/feature_branch",  # the name of the reference to update
            author,
            committer,
            "Add .gitignore file for testing",
            # binary string representing the tree object ID
            tree,
            # list of binary strings representing parents of the new commit
            [first_commit.oid.hex],
        )

        # All good
        data = {"repo": "test", "csrf_token": csrf_token}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/branches/heads/", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        # We can't test the content since the commit hash will change all
        # the time, so let's just check the structure
        self.assertEqual(sorted(js_data.keys()), ["branches", "code", "heads"])
        self.assertEqual(js_data["code"], "OK")
        self.assertEqual(len(js_data["heads"]), 3)
        self.assertEqual(len(js_data["branches"]), 3)

    def test_get_stats_commits_no_token(self):
        """ Test the get_stats_commits from the internal API. """
        # No CSRF token
        data = {"repo": "fakerepo"}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/stats/commits/authors", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 400)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertDictEqual(
            js_data, {"code": "ERROR", "message": "Invalid input submitted"}
        )

    def test_get_stats_commits_invalid_repo(self):
        """ Test the get_stats_commits from the internal API. """
        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            csrf_token = self.get_csrf()

        # Invalid repo
        data = {"repo": "fakerepo", "csrf_token": csrf_token}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/stats/commits/authors", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 404)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertDictEqual(
            js_data,
            {
                "code": "ERROR",
                "message": "No repo found with the information provided",
            },
        )

    def test_get_stats_commits_empty_git(self):
        """ Test the get_stats_commits from the internal API. """
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        tests.create_projects_git(os.path.join(self.path, "repos"))

        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            csrf_token = self.get_csrf()

        # No content in git
        data = {"repo": "test", "csrf_token": csrf_token}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/stats/commits/authors", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(
            sorted(js_data.keys()), ["code", "message", "task_id", "url"]
        )
        self.assertEqual(js_data["code"], "OK")
        self.assertEqual(js_data["message"], "Stats asked")
        self.assertTrue(js_data["url"].startswith("/pv/task/"))

        output = self.app.get(js_data["url"])
        js_data2 = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertTrue(
            js_data2
            in [
                {"results": "reference 'refs/heads/master' not found"},
                {"results": "Reference 'refs/heads/master' not found"},
            ]
        )

    def test_get_stats_commits_git_populated(self):
        """ Test the get_stats_commits from the internal API. """
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        tests.create_projects_git(os.path.join(self.path, "repos"), bare=True)
        tests.add_content_git_repo(
            os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "test.git")
        )

        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            csrf_token = self.get_csrf()

        # Content in git
        data = {"repo": "test", "csrf_token": csrf_token}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/stats/commits/authors", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(
            sorted(js_data.keys()), ["code", "message", "task_id", "url"]
        )
        self.assertEqual(js_data["code"], "OK")
        self.assertEqual(js_data["message"], "Stats asked")
        self.assertTrue(js_data["url"].startswith("/pv/task/"))

        output = self.app.get(js_data["url"])
        while output.status_code == 418:
            output = self.app.get(js_data["url"])
        js_data2 = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertTrue(js_data2["results"][3] > 1509110062)
        js_data2["results"][3] = 1509110062
        self.assertTrue(
            js_data2
            in [
                {
                    "results": [
                        2,
                        [
                            [
                                2,
                                [
                                    [
                                        "Alice Author",
                                        "alice@authors.tld",
                                        "https://seccdn.libravatar.org/avatar/"
                                        "96c52c78570ffc4cfefcdadf5f8e77aeebcb11e07225df11bbf2fce381cdb8bd"
                                        "?s=32&d=retro",
                                    ]
                                ],
                            ]
                        ],
                        1,
                        1509110062,
                    ]
                },
                {
                    "results": [
                        2,
                        [
                            [
                                2,
                                [
                                    [
                                        "Alice Author",
                                        "alice@authors.tld",
                                        "https://seccdn.libravatar.org/avatar/"
                                        "96c52c78570ffc4cfefcdadf5f8e77aeebcb11e07225df11bbf2fce381cdb8bd"
                                        "?d=retro&s=32",
                                    ]
                                ],
                            ]
                        ],
                        1,
                        1509110062,
                    ]
                },
            ]
        )

    def test_get_stats_commits_trend_no_token(self):
        """ Test the get_stats_commits_trend from the internal API. """
        # No CSRF token
        data = {"repo": "fakerepo"}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/stats/commits/trend", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 400)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertDictEqual(
            js_data, {"code": "ERROR", "message": "Invalid input submitted"}
        )

    def test_get_stats_commits_trend_invalid_repo(self):
        """ Test the get_stats_commits_trend from the internal API. """
        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            csrf_token = self.get_csrf()

        # Invalid repo
        data = {"repo": "fakerepo", "csrf_token": csrf_token}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/stats/commits/trend", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 404)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertDictEqual(
            js_data,
            {
                "code": "ERROR",
                "message": "No repo found with the information provided",
            },
        )

    def test_get_stats_commits_trend_empty_git(self):
        """ Test the get_stats_commits_trend from the internal API. """
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        tests.create_projects_git(os.path.join(self.path, "repos"))

        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            csrf_token = self.get_csrf()

        # No content in git
        data = {"repo": "test", "csrf_token": csrf_token}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/stats/commits/trend", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(
            sorted(js_data.keys()), ["code", "message", "task_id", "url"]
        )
        self.assertEqual(js_data["code"], "OK")
        self.assertEqual(js_data["message"], "Stats asked")
        self.assertTrue(js_data["url"].startswith("/pv/task/"))

        output = self.app.get(js_data["url"])
        js_data2 = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertTrue(
            js_data2
            in [
                {"results": "reference 'refs/heads/master' not found"},
                {"results": "Reference 'refs/heads/master' not found"},
            ]
        )

    def test_get_stats_commits_trend_git_populated(self):
        """ Test the get_stats_commits_trend from the internal API. """
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        tests.create_projects_git(os.path.join(self.path, "repos"), bare=True)
        tests.add_content_git_repo(
            os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "test.git")
        )

        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            csrf_token = self.get_csrf()

        # Content in git
        data = {"repo": "test", "csrf_token": csrf_token}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/stats/commits/trend", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(
            sorted(js_data.keys()), ["code", "message", "task_id", "url"]
        )
        self.assertEqual(js_data["code"], "OK")
        self.assertEqual(js_data["message"], "Stats asked")
        self.assertTrue(js_data["url"].startswith("/pv/task/"))

        output = self.app.get(js_data["url"])
        js_data2 = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        today = datetime.datetime.utcnow().date()
        self.assertDictEqual(js_data2, {"results": [[str(today), 2]]})

    def test_get_project_family_no_project(self):
        """ Test the get_project_family from the internal API. """
        output = self.app.post("/pv/test/family")
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 404)

    def test_get_project_family_no_csrf(self):
        """ Test the get_project_family from the internal API. """
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        tests.create_projects_git(os.path.join(self.path, "repos"), bare=True)
        tests.add_content_git_repo(
            os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "test.git")
        )

        output = self.app.post("/pv/test/family")
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 400)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(sorted(js_data.keys()), ["code", "message"])
        self.assertEqual(js_data["code"], "ERROR")
        self.assertEqual(js_data["message"], "Invalid input submitted")

    def test_get_project_family(self):
        """ Test the get_project_family from the internal API. """
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        tests.create_projects_git(os.path.join(self.path, "repos"), bare=True)
        tests.add_content_git_repo(
            os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "test.git")
        )

        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            csrf_token = self.get_csrf()

        data = {"csrf_token": csrf_token}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/test/family", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(sorted(js_data.keys()), ["code", "family"])
        self.assertEqual(js_data["code"], "OK")
        self.assertEqual(js_data["family"], ["test"])

    def test_get_project_larger_family(self):
        """ Test the get_project_family from the internal API. """
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        tests.create_projects_git(os.path.join(self.path, "repos"), bare=True)

        # Create a 3rd user
        item = pagure.lib.model.User(
            user="ralph",
            fullname="Ralph bar",
            password="ralph_foo",
            default_email="ralph@bar.com",
        )
        self.session.add(item)
        item = pagure.lib.model.UserEmail(user_id=3, email="ralph@bar.com")
        self.session.add(item)
        self.session.commit()

        # Create a couple of forks of the test project
        item = pagure.lib.model.Project(
            user_id=2,  # foo
            name="test",
            is_fork=True,
            parent_id=1,  # test
            description="test project #1",
            hook_token="aaabbbcccddd",
        )
        item.close_status = [
            "Invalid",
            "Insufficient data",
            "Fixed",
            "Duplicate",
        ]
        self.session.add(item)
        item = pagure.lib.model.Project(
            user_id=3,  # Ralph
            name="test",
            is_fork=True,
            parent_id=1,  # test
            description="test project #1",
            hook_token="aaabbbccceee",
        )
        item.close_status = [
            "Invalid",
            "Insufficient data",
            "Fixed",
            "Duplicate",
        ]
        self.session.add(item)
        self.session.commit()

        # Get on with testing
        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            csrf_token = self.get_csrf()

        data = {"csrf_token": csrf_token}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/test/family", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(sorted(js_data.keys()), ["code", "family"])
        self.assertEqual(js_data["code"], "OK")
        self.assertEqual(
            js_data["family"], ["test", "fork/foo/test", "fork/ralph/test"]
        )

    def test_get_project_larger_family_pr_only(self):
        """ Test the get_project_family from the internal API. """
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        tests.create_projects_git(os.path.join(self.path, "repos"), bare=True)

        # Create a 3rd user
        item = pagure.lib.model.User(
            user="ralph",
            fullname="Ralph bar",
            password="ralph_foo",
            default_email="ralph@bar.com",
        )
        self.session.add(item)
        item = pagure.lib.model.UserEmail(user_id=3, email="ralph@bar.com")
        self.session.add(item)
        self.session.commit()

        # Create a couple of forks of the test project
        item = pagure.lib.model.Project(
            user_id=2,  # foo
            name="test",
            is_fork=True,
            parent_id=1,  # test
            description="test project #1",
            hook_token="aaabbbcccddd",
        )
        item.close_status = [
            "Invalid",
            "Insufficient data",
            "Fixed",
            "Duplicate",
        ]
        # disable issues in this fork
        default_repo_settings = item.settings
        default_repo_settings["issue_tracker"] = False
        item.settings = default_repo_settings
        self.session.add(item)

        item = pagure.lib.model.Project(
            user_id=3,  # Ralph
            name="test",
            is_fork=True,
            parent_id=1,  # test
            description="test project #1",
            hook_token="aaabbbccceee",
        )
        item.close_status = [
            "Invalid",
            "Insufficient data",
            "Fixed",
            "Duplicate",
        ]
        # disable PRs in this fork
        default_repo_settings = item.settings
        default_repo_settings["pull_requests"] = False
        item.settings = default_repo_settings
        self.session.add(item)
        self.session.commit()

        # Get on with testing
        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            csrf_token = self.get_csrf()

        data = {"csrf_token": csrf_token, "allows_pr": "1"}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/test/family", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(sorted(js_data.keys()), ["code", "family"])
        self.assertEqual(js_data["code"], "OK")
        self.assertEqual(js_data["family"], ["test", "fork/foo/test"])

        data = {"csrf_token": csrf_token, "allows_issues": "1"}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/test/family", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(sorted(js_data.keys()), ["code", "family"])
        self.assertEqual(js_data["code"], "OK")
        self.assertEqual(js_data["family"], ["test", "fork/ralph/test"])

    def test_get_pull_request_ready_branch_no_csrf(self):
        """Test the get_pull_request_ready_branch from the internal API
        on the main repository
        """
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        tests.create_projects_git(os.path.join(self.path, "repos"), bare=True)

        # Query branches on the main repo
        data = {"repo": "test"}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/ready", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 400)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(sorted(js_data.keys()), ["code", "message"])
        self.assertEqual(js_data["code"], "ERROR")
        self.assertEqual(js_data["message"], "Invalid input submitted")

    def test_get_pull_request_ready_branch_no_repo(self):
        """Test the get_pull_request_ready_branch from the internal API
        on the main repository
        """
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, tests.FakeUser()):
            csrf_token = self.get_csrf()

        # Query branches on an invalid repo
        data = {"repo": "test", "namespace": "fake", "csrf_token": csrf_token}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/ready", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 404)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(sorted(js_data.keys()), ["code", "message"])
        self.assertEqual(js_data["code"], "ERROR")
        self.assertEqual(
            js_data["message"], "No repo found with the information provided"
        )

    def test_get_pull_request_ready_branch_main_repo_no_branch(self):
        """Test the get_pull_request_ready_branch from the internal API
        on the main repository
        """
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        tests.create_projects_git(os.path.join(self.path, "repos"), bare=True)

        # Get on with testing
        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            csrf_token = self.get_csrf()

        # Query branches on the main repo
        data = {"csrf_token": csrf_token, "repo": "test"}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/ready", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(sorted(js_data.keys()), ["code", "task"])
        self.assertEqual(js_data["code"], "OK")

    def test_get_pull_request_ready_branch_on_fork(self):
        """Test the get_pull_request_ready_branch from the internal API on
        a fork
        """
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        tests.create_projects_git(os.path.join(self.path, "repos"), bare=True)
        tests.create_projects_git(
            os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "forks", "foo"), bare=True
        )

        tests.add_content_git_repo(
            os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "forks", "foo", "test.git"),
            branch="feature",
        )

        # Create foo's fork of the test project
        item = pagure.lib.model.Project(
            user_id=2,  # foo
            name="test",
            is_fork=True,
            parent_id=1,  # test
            description="test project #1",
            hook_token="aaabbbcccddd",
        )
        item.close_status = [
            "Invalid",
            "Insufficient data",
            "Fixed",
            "Duplicate",
        ]
        self.session.add(item)
        self.session.commit()

        # Get on with testing
        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            csrf_token = self.get_csrf()

        # Query branches on the Ralph's fork
        data = {"csrf_token": csrf_token, "repo": "test", "repouser": "foo"}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/ready", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(sorted(js_data.keys()), ["code", "task"])
        self.assertEqual(js_data["code"], "OK")
        output = self.app.get("/pv/task/" + js_data["task"])
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(
            js_data,
            {
                "results": {
                    "branch_w_pr": {},
                    "new_branch": {
                        "feature": {"commits": 2, "target_branch": "master"}
                    },
                }
            },
        )

    def test_get_pull_request_ready_branch_on_fork_no_parent_no_pr(self):
        """Test the get_pull_request_ready_branch from the internal API on
        a fork that has no parent repo (deleted) and doesn't allow PR
        """
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        tests.create_projects_git(os.path.join(self.path, "repos"), bare=True)
        tests.create_projects_git(
            os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "forks", "foo"), bare=True
        )

        tests.add_content_git_repo(
            os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "forks", "foo", "test.git"),
            branch="feature",
        )

        # Create foo's fork of the test project
        item = pagure.lib.model.Project(
            user_id=2,  # foo
            name="test",
            is_fork=True,
            parent_id=1,  # test
            description="test project #1",
            hook_token="aaabbbcccddd",
        )
        item.close_status = [
            "Invalid",
            "Insufficient data",
            "Fixed",
            "Duplicate",
        ]
        self.session.add(item)
        self.session.commit()
        settings = item.settings
        settings["pull_requests"] = False
        item.settings = settings
        self.session.add(item)
        self.session.commit()

        # Delete the parent project
        project = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        self.session.delete(project)
        self.session.commit()

        # Get on with testing
        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            csrf_token = self.get_csrf()

        # Query branches on the Ralph's fork
        data = {"csrf_token": csrf_token, "repo": "test", "repouser": "foo"}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/ready", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 400)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(sorted(js_data.keys()), ["code", "message"])
        self.assertEqual(js_data["code"], "ERROR")
        self.assertEqual(
            js_data["message"], "Pull-request have been disabled for this repo"
        )

    def test_get_pull_request_ready_branch_on_fork_no_parent(self):
        """Test the get_pull_request_ready_branch from the internal API on
        a fork that has no parent repo (deleted).
        """
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        tests.create_projects_git(os.path.join(self.path, "repos"), bare=True)
        tests.create_projects_git(
            os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "forks", "foo"), bare=True
        )

        tests.add_content_git_repo(
            os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "forks", "foo", "test.git"),
            branch="feature",
        )

        # Create foo's fork of the test project
        item = pagure.lib.model.Project(
            user_id=2,  # foo
            name="test",
            is_fork=True,
            parent_id=1,  # test
            description="test project #1",
            hook_token="aaabbbcccddd",
        )
        item.close_status = [
            "Invalid",
            "Insufficient data",
            "Fixed",
            "Duplicate",
        ]
        self.session.add(item)
        self.session.commit()
        settings = item.settings
        settings["pull_requests"] = True
        item.settings = settings
        self.session.add(item)
        self.session.commit()

        # Delete the parent project
        project = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        self.session.delete(project)
        self.session.commit()

        # Get on with testing
        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            csrf_token = self.get_csrf()

        # Query branches on the Ralph's fork
        data = {"csrf_token": csrf_token, "repo": "test", "repouser": "foo"}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/ready", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(sorted(js_data.keys()), ["code", "task"])
        self.assertEqual(js_data["code"], "OK")
        output = self.app.get("/pv/task/" + js_data["task"])
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(
            js_data,
            {
                "results": {
                    "branch_w_pr": {},
                    "new_branch": {
                        "feature": {"commits": 2, "target_branch": "master"}
                    },
                }
            },
        )

    def test_get_pull_request_ready_branch_matching_target_off(self):
        """Test the get_pull_request_ready_branch from the internal API on
        a fork while PR_TARGET_MATCHING_BRANCH is False
        """
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        # make sure that head is not unborn
        tests.add_content_git_repo(
            os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "test.git"), branch="master"
        )
        tests.add_content_git_repo(
            os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "test.git"), branch="feature"
        )

        tests.create_projects_git(os.path.join(self.path, "repos"), bare=True)
        tests.create_projects_git(
            os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "forks", "foo"), bare=True
        )
        tests.add_content_git_repo(
            os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "forks", "foo", "test.git"),
            branch="feature",
        )

        # Create foo's fork of the test project
        item = pagure.lib.model.Project(
            user_id=2,  # foo
            name="test",
            is_fork=True,
            parent_id=1,  # test
            description="test project #1",
            hook_token="aaabbbcccddd",
        )
        item.close_status = [
            "Invalid",
            "Insufficient data",
            "Fixed",
            "Duplicate",
        ]
        self.session.add(item)
        self.session.commit()

        # Get on with testing
        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            csrf_token = self.get_csrf()

        # Query branches on the Ralph's fork
        data = {"csrf_token": csrf_token, "repo": "test", "repouser": "foo"}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/ready", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(sorted(js_data.keys()), ["code", "task"])
        self.assertEqual(js_data["code"], "OK")
        output = self.app.get("/pv/task/" + js_data["task"])
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(
            js_data,
            {
                "results": {
                    "branch_w_pr": {},
                    "new_branch": {
                        "feature": {"commits": 2, "target_branch": "master"}
                    },
                }
            },
        )

    @patch.dict("pagure.config.config", {"PR_TARGET_MATCHING_BRANCH": True})
    def test_get_pull_request_ready_branch_matching_target_on(self):
        """Test the get_pull_request_ready_branch from the internal API on
        a fork while PR_TARGET_MATCHING_BRANCH is True
        """
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        # make sure that head is not unborn
        tests.add_content_git_repo(
            os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "test.git"), branch="master"
        )
        tests.add_content_git_repo(
            os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "test.git"), branch="feature"
        )

        tests.create_projects_git(os.path.join(self.path, "repos"), bare=True)
        tests.create_projects_git(
            os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "forks", "foo"), bare=True
        )
        tests.add_content_git_repo(
            os.path.join(self.path, "repos", "forks", "foo", "test.git"),
            append="testing from foo's fork",
            branch="feature",
        )

        # Create foo's fork of the test project
        item = pagure.lib.model.Project(
            user_id=2,  # foo
            name="test",
            is_fork=True,
            parent_id=1,  # test
            description="test project #1",
            hook_token="aaabbbcccddd",
        )
        item.close_status = [
            "Invalid",
            "Insufficient data",
            "Fixed",
            "Duplicate",
        ]
        self.session.add(item)
        self.session.commit()

        # Get on with testing
        user = tests.FakeUser()
        user.username = "pingou"
        with tests.user_set(self.app.application, user):
            csrf_token = self.get_csrf()

        # Query branches on the Ralph's fork
        data = {"csrf_token": csrf_token, "repo": "test", "repouser": "foo"}
        output = self.app.post("/pv/pull-request/ready", data=data)
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(sorted(js_data.keys()), ["code", "task"])
        self.assertEqual(js_data["code"], "OK")
        output = self.app.get("/pv/task/" + js_data["task"])
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(
            js_data,
            {
                "results": {
                    "branch_w_pr": {},
                    "new_branch": {
                        "feature": {"commits": 1, "target_branch": "feature"}
                    },
                }
            },
        )

    def test_task_info_task_running(self):
        """ Test the task_info internal API endpoint when the task isn't
        ready.
        """
        task = MagicMock()
        task.get = MagicMock(return_value="FAILED")
        task.ready = MagicMock(return_value=False)
        with patch(
            "pagure.lib.tasks.get_result", MagicMock(return_value=task)
        ):
            output = self.app.get("/pv/task/2")
            self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 418)

    def test_task_info_task_passed(self):
        """ Test the task_info internal API endpoint when the task failed.
        """
        task = MagicMock()
        task.get = MagicMock(return_value="PASSED")
        with patch(
            "pagure.lib.tasks.get_result", MagicMock(return_value=task)
        ):
            output = self.app.get("/pv/task/2")
            self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
            js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
            self.assertEqual(js_data, {"results": "PASSED"})

    def test_task_info_task_failed(self):
        """ Test the task_info internal API endpoint when the task failed.
        """
        task = MagicMock()
        task.get = MagicMock(return_value=Exception("Random error"))
        with patch(
            "pagure.lib.tasks.get_result", MagicMock(return_value=task)
        ):
            output = self.app.get("/pv/task/2")
            self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
            js_data = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
            self.assertEqual(js_data, {"results": "Random error"})

    def test_lookup_ssh_key(self):
        """ Test the mergeable_request_pull endpoint when the backend
        raises an GitError exception.
        """
        tests.create_projects(self.session)

        repo = pagure.lib.query.get_authorized_project(self.session, "test")
        project_key = "ssh-ed25519 AAAAC3NzaC1lZDI1NTE5AAAAIC4zmifEL8TLLZUZnjAuVL8495DAkpAAM2eBhwHwawBm"
        project_key_fp = "SHA256:ZSUQAqpPDWi90Fs6Ow8Epc8F3qiKVfU+H5ssvo7jiI0"

        pingou = pagure.lib.query.get_user(self.session, "pingou")
        user_key = "ssh-ed25519 AAAAC3NzaC1lZDI1NTE5AAAAIDTsfdTcXw4rlU1aQwOTbLOXqossLwpPIk27S/G17kUz"
        user_key_fp = "SHA256:jUJHzrq2Ct6Ubf7Y9rnB6tGnbHM9dMVsveyfPojm+i0"

        pagure.lib.query.add_sshkey_to_project_or_user(
            self.session,
            user_key,
            pushaccess=True,
            creator=pingou,
            user=pingou,
        )
        pagure.lib.query.add_sshkey_to_project_or_user(
            self.session,
            project_key,
            pushaccess=True,
            creator=pingou,
            project=repo,
        )
        self.session.commit()

        url = "/pv/ssh/lookupkey/"

        output = self.app.post(url, data={"search_key": "asdf"})
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        result = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(result["found"], False)

        output = self.app.post(url, data={"search_key": user_key_fp})
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        result = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(result["found"], True)
        self.assertEqual(result["username"], "pingou")
        self.assertEqual(result["public_key"], user_key)

        output = self.app.post(
            url, data={"search_key": user_key_fp, "username": "pingou"}
        )
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        result = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(result["found"], True)
        self.assertEqual(result["username"], "pingou")
        self.assertEqual(result["public_key"], user_key)

        output = self.app.post(
            url, data={"search_key": user_key_fp, "username": "foo"}
        )
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        result = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(result["found"], False)

        output = self.app.post(url, data={"search_key": project_key_fp})
        self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
        result = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
        self.assertEqual(result["found"], True)
        self.assertEqual(result["username"], "deploykey_test_2")
        self.assertEqual(result["public_key"], project_key)

    @patch.dict(
        "pagure.config.config",
        {"REPOSPANNER_REGIONS": {"region": {"repo_prefix": "prefix"}}},
    )
    def test_check_ssh_access(self):
        """ Test the SSH access check endpoint. """
        tests.create_projects(self.session)
        self.session.query(pagure.lib.model.Project).filter(
            pagure.lib.model.Project.name == "test2"
        ).update({pagure.lib.model.Project.repospanner_region: "region"})
        self.session.commit()

        url = "/pv/ssh/checkaccess/"

        def runtest(project, username, access):
            output = self.app.post(
                url, data={"gitdir": project, "username": username}
            )
            self.assertEqual(output.status_code, 200)
            result = json.loads(output.get_data(as_text=True))
            self.assertEqual(result["access"], access)
            return result

        runtest("project.git", "pingou", False)
        i1 = runtest("test.git", "pingou", True)
        i2 = runtest("test.git", "foo", True)
        i3 = runtest("tickets/test.git", "pingou", True)
        i4 = runtest("test2.git", "pingou", True)
        runtest("tickets/test.git", "foo", False)

        self.assertEqual(i1["reponame"], "test.git")
        self.assertEqual(i1["repospanner_reponame"], None)
        self.assertEqual(i1["repotype"], "main")
        self.assertEqual(i1["region"], None)
        self.assertEqual(i1["project_name"], "test")
        self.assertEqual(i1["project_user"], None)
        self.assertEqual(i1["project_namespace"], None)
        self.assertEqual(i1, i2)
        self.assertEqual(i3["reponame"], "tickets/test.git")
        self.assertEqual(i3["repospanner_reponame"], None)
        self.assertEqual(i3["repotype"], "tickets")
        self.assertEqual(i3["region"], None)
        self.assertEqual(i3["project_name"], "test")
        self.assertEqual(i3["project_user"], None)
        self.assertEqual(i3["project_namespace"], None)
        self.assertEqual(i4["repospanner_reponame"], "prefix/main/test2")
        self.assertEqual(i4["region"], "region")


if __name__ == "__main__":
    unittest.main(verbosity=2)