{-# LANGUAGE ScopedTypeVariables #-}
module Properties.Stack where
import Test.QuickCheck
import Instances
import XMonad.StackSet hiding (filter)
import qualified XMonad.StackSet as S (filter)
import Data.Maybe
-- The list returned by index should be the same length as the actual
-- windows kept in the zipper
prop_index_length (x :: T) =
case stack . workspace . current $ x of
Nothing -> length (index x) == 0
Just it -> length (index x) == length (focus it : up it ++ down it)
-- For all windows in the stackSet, findTag should identify the
-- correct workspace
prop_findIndex (x :: T) =
and [ tag w == fromJust (findTag i x)
| w <- workspace (current x) : map workspace (visible x) ++ hidden x
, t <- maybeToList (stack w)
, i <- focus t : up t ++ down t
]
prop_allWindowsMember (NonEmptyWindowsStackSet x) = do
-- Reimplementation of arbitraryWindow, but to make sure that
-- implementation doesn't change in the future, and stop using allWindows,
-- which is a key component in this test (together with member).
let ws = allWindows x
-- We know that there are at least 1 window in a NonEmptyWindowsStackSet.
idx <- choose(0, (length ws) - 1)
return $ member (ws!!idx) x
-- preserve order
prop_filter_order (x :: T) =
case stack $ workspace $ current x of
Nothing -> True
Just s@(Stack i _ _) -> integrate' (S.filter (/= i) s) == filter (/= i) (integrate' (Just s))
-- differentiate should return Nothing if the list is empty or Just stack, with
-- the first element of the list is current, and the rest of the list is down.
prop_differentiate xs =
if null xs then differentiate xs == Nothing
else (differentiate xs) == Just (Stack (head xs) [] (tail xs))
where _ = xs :: [Int]