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require 'rails_helper'
require 'devise_two_factor/spec_helpers'
RSpec.describe User, type: :model do
it_behaves_like 'two_factor_backupable'
describe 'otp_secret' do
it 'is encrypted with OTP_SECRET environment variable' do
user = Fabricate(:user,
encrypted_otp_secret: "Fttsy7QAa0edaDfdfSz094rRLAxc8cJweDQ4BsWH/zozcdVA8o9GLqcKhn2b\nGi/V\n",
encrypted_otp_secret_iv: 'rys3THICkr60BoWC',
encrypted_otp_secret_salt: '_LMkAGvdg7a+sDIKjI3mR2Q==')
expect(user.otp_secret).to eq 'anotpsecretthatshouldbeencrypted'
end
end
describe 'validations' do
it 'is invalid without an account' do
user = Fabricate.build(:user, account: nil)
user.valid?
expect(user).to model_have_error_on_field(:account)
end
it 'is invalid without a valid locale' do
user = Fabricate.build(:user, locale: 'toto')
user.valid?
expect(user).to model_have_error_on_field(:locale)
end
it 'is invalid without a valid email' do
user = Fabricate.build(:user, email: 'john@')
user.valid?
expect(user).to model_have_error_on_field(:email)
end
it 'is valid with an invalid e-mail that has already been saved' do
user = Fabricate.build(:user, email: 'invalid-email')
user.save(validate: false)
expect(user.valid?).to be true
end
it 'cleans out empty string from languages' do
user = Fabricate.build(:user, chosen_languages: [''])
user.valid?
expect(user.chosen_languages).to eq nil
end
end
describe 'scopes' do
describe 'recent' do
it 'returns an array of recent users ordered by id' do
user_1 = Fabricate(:user)
user_2 = Fabricate(:user)
expect(User.recent).to eq [user_2, user_1]
end
end
describe 'admins' do
it 'returns an array of users who are admin' do
user_1 = Fabricate(:user, admin: false)
user_2 = Fabricate(:user, admin: true)
expect(User.admins).to match_array([user_2])
end
end
describe 'confirmed' do
it 'returns an array of users who are confirmed' do
user_1 = Fabricate(:user, confirmed_at: nil)
user_2 = Fabricate(:user, confirmed_at: Time.zone.now)
expect(User.confirmed).to match_array([user_2])
end
end
describe 'inactive' do
it 'returns a relation of inactive users' do
specified = Fabricate(:user, current_sign_in_at: 15.days.ago)
Fabricate(:user, current_sign_in_at: 6.days.ago)
expect(User.inactive).to match_array([specified])
end
end
describe 'matches_email' do
it 'returns a relation of users whose email starts with the given string' do
specified = Fabricate(:user, email: 'specified@spec')
Fabricate(:user, email: 'unspecified@spec')
expect(User.matches_email('specified')).to match_array([specified])
end
end
end
let(:account) { Fabricate(:account, username: 'alice') }
let(:password) { 'abcd1234' }
describe 'blacklist' do
around(:each) do |example|
old_blacklist = Rails.configuration.x.email_blacklist
Rails.configuration.x.email_domains_blacklist = 'mvrht.com'
example.run
Rails.configuration.x.email_domains_blacklist = old_blacklist
end
it 'should allow a non-blacklisted user to be created' do
user = User.new(email: 'foo@example.com', account: account, password: password, agreement: true)
expect(user.valid?).to be_truthy
end
it 'should not allow a blacklisted user to be created' do
user = User.new(email: 'foo@mvrht.com', account: account, password: password, agreement: true)
expect(user.valid?).to be_falsey
end
it 'should not allow a subdomain blacklisted user to be created' do
user = User.new(email: 'foo@mvrht.com.topdomain.tld', account: account, password: password, agreement: true)
expect(user.valid?).to be_falsey
end
end
describe '#confirmed?' do
it 'returns true when a confirmed_at is set' do
user = Fabricate.build(:user, confirmed_at: Time.now.utc)
expect(user.confirmed?).to be true
end
it 'returns false if a confirmed_at is nil' do
user = Fabricate.build(:user, confirmed_at: nil)
expect(user.confirmed?).to be false
end
end
describe '#confirm' do
it 'sets email to unconfirmed_email' do
user = Fabricate.build(:user, confirmed_at: Time.now.utc, unconfirmed_email: 'new-email@example.com')
user.confirm
expect(user.email).to eq 'new-email@example.com'
end
end
describe '#disable_two_factor!' do
it 'saves false for otp_required_for_login' do
user = Fabricate.build(:user, otp_required_for_login: true)
user.disable_two_factor!
expect(user.reload.otp_required_for_login).to be false
end
it 'saves nil for otp_secret' do
user = Fabricate.build(:user, otp_secret: 'oldotpcode')
user.disable_two_factor!
expect(user.reload.otp_secret).to be nil
end
it 'saves cleared otp_backup_codes' do
user = Fabricate.build(:user, otp_backup_codes: %w(dummy dummy))
user.disable_two_factor!
expect(user.reload.otp_backup_codes.empty?).to be true
end
end
describe '#send_confirmation_instructions' do
around do |example|
queue_adapter = ActiveJob::Base.queue_adapter
example.run
ActiveJob::Base.queue_adapter = queue_adapter
end
it 'delivers confirmation instructions later' do
user = Fabricate(:user)
ActiveJob::Base.queue_adapter = :test
expect { user.send_confirmation_instructions }.to have_enqueued_job(ActionMailer::MailDeliveryJob)
end
end
describe 'settings' do
it 'is instance of Settings::ScopedSettings' do
user = Fabricate(:user)
expect(user.settings).to be_kind_of Settings::ScopedSettings
end
end
describe '#setting_default_privacy' do
it 'returns default privacy setting if user has configured' do
user = Fabricate(:user)
user.settings[:default_privacy] = 'unlisted'
expect(user.setting_default_privacy).to eq 'unlisted'
end
it "returns 'private' if user has not configured default privacy setting and account is locked" do
user = Fabricate(:user, account: Fabricate(:account, locked: true))
expect(user.setting_default_privacy).to eq 'private'
end
it "returns 'public' if user has not configured default privacy setting and account is not locked" do
user = Fabricate(:user, account: Fabricate(:account, locked: false))
expect(user.setting_default_privacy).to eq 'public'
end
end
describe 'whitelist' do
around(:each) do |example|
old_whitelist = Rails.configuration.x.email_domains_whitelist
Rails.configuration.x.email_domains_whitelist = 'mastodon.space'
example.run
Rails.configuration.x.email_domains_whitelist = old_whitelist
end
it 'should not allow a user to be created unless they are whitelisted' do
user = User.new(email: 'foo@example.com', account: account, password: password, agreement: true)
expect(user.valid?).to be_falsey
end
it 'should allow a user to be created if they are whitelisted' do
user = User.new(email: 'foo@mastodon.space', account: account, password: password, agreement: true)
expect(user.valid?).to be_truthy
end
it 'should not allow a user with a whitelisted top domain as subdomain in their email address to be created' do
user = User.new(email: 'foo@mastodon.space.userdomain.com', account: account, password: password, agreement: true)
expect(user.valid?).to be_falsey
end
context do
around do |example|
old_blacklist = Rails.configuration.x.email_blacklist
example.run
Rails.configuration.x.email_domains_blacklist = old_blacklist
end
it 'should not allow a user to be created with a specific blacklisted subdomain even if the top domain is whitelisted' do
Rails.configuration.x.email_domains_blacklist = 'blacklisted.mastodon.space'
user = User.new(email: 'foo@blacklisted.mastodon.space', account: account, password: password)
expect(user.valid?).to be_falsey
end
end
end
it_behaves_like 'Settings-extended' do
def create!
User.create!(account: Fabricate(:account), email: 'foo@mastodon.space', password: 'abcd1234', agreement: true)
end
def fabricate
Fabricate(:user)
end
end
describe 'token_for_app' do
let(:user) { Fabricate(:user) }
let(:app) { Fabricate(:application, owner: user) }
it 'returns a token' do
expect(user.token_for_app(app)).to be_a(Doorkeeper::AccessToken)
end
it 'persists a token' do
t = user.token_for_app(app)
expect(user.token_for_app(app)).to eql(t)
end
it 'is nil if user does not own app' do
app.update!(owner: nil)
expect(user.token_for_app(app)).to be_nil
end
end
describe '#role' do
it 'returns admin for admin' do
user = User.new(admin: true)
expect(user.role).to eq 'admin'
end
it 'returns moderator for moderator' do
user = User.new(moderator: true)
expect(user.role).to eq 'moderator'
end
it 'returns user otherwise' do
user = User.new
expect(user.role).to eq 'user'
end
end
describe '#role?' do
it 'returns false when invalid role requested' do
user = User.new(admin: true)
expect(user.role?('disabled')).to be false
end
it 'returns true when exact role match' do
user = User.new
mod = User.new(moderator: true)
admin = User.new(admin: true)
expect(user.role?('user')).to be true
expect(mod.role?('moderator')).to be true
expect(admin.role?('admin')).to be true
end
it 'returns true when role higher than needed' do
mod = User.new(moderator: true)
admin = User.new(admin: true)
expect(mod.role?('user')).to be true
expect(admin.role?('user')).to be true
expect(admin.role?('moderator')).to be true
end
end
describe '#disable!' do
subject(:user) { Fabricate(:user, disabled: false, current_sign_in_at: current_sign_in_at, last_sign_in_at: nil) }
let(:current_sign_in_at) { Time.zone.now }
before do
user.disable!
end
it 'disables user' do
expect(user).to have_attributes(disabled: true)
end
end
describe '#enable!' do
subject(:user) { Fabricate(:user, disabled: true) }
before do
user.enable!
end
it 'enables user' do
expect(user).to have_attributes(disabled: false)
end
end
describe '#confirm!' do
subject(:user) { Fabricate(:user, confirmed_at: confirmed_at) }
before do
ActionMailer::Base.deliveries.clear
user.confirm!
end
after { ActionMailer::Base.deliveries.clear }
context 'when user is new' do
let(:confirmed_at) { nil }
it 'confirms user' do
expect(user.confirmed_at).to be_present
end
it 'delivers mails' do
expect(ActionMailer::Base.deliveries.count).to eq 2
end
end
context 'when user is not new' do
let(:confirmed_at) { Time.zone.now }
it 'confirms user' do
expect(user.confirmed_at).to be_present
end
it 'does not deliver mail' do
expect(ActionMailer::Base.deliveries.count).to eq 0
end
end
end
describe '#promote!' do
subject(:user) { Fabricate(:user, admin: is_admin, moderator: is_moderator) }
before do
user.promote!
end
context 'when user is an admin' do
let(:is_admin) { true }
context 'when user is a moderator' do
let(:is_moderator) { true }
it 'changes moderator filed false' do
expect(user).to be_admin
expect(user).not_to be_moderator
end
end
context 'when user is not a moderator' do
let(:is_moderator) { false }
it 'does not change status' do
expect(user).to be_admin
expect(user).not_to be_moderator
end
end
end
context 'when user is not admin' do
let(:is_admin) { false }
context 'when user is a moderator' do
let(:is_moderator) { true }
it 'changes user into an admin' do
expect(user).to be_admin
expect(user).not_to be_moderator
end
end
context 'when user is not a moderator' do
let(:is_moderator) { false }
it 'changes user into a moderator' do
expect(user).not_to be_admin
expect(user).to be_moderator
end
end
end
end
describe '#demote!' do
subject(:user) { Fabricate(:user, admin: admin, moderator: moderator) }
before do
user.demote!
end
context 'when user is an admin' do
let(:admin) { true }
context 'when user is a moderator' do
let(:moderator) { true }
it 'changes user into a moderator' do
expect(user).not_to be_admin
expect(user).to be_moderator
end
end
context 'when user is not a moderator' do
let(:moderator) { false }
it 'changes user into a moderator' do
expect(user).not_to be_admin
expect(user).to be_moderator
end
end
end
context 'when user is not an admin' do
let(:admin) { false }
context 'when user is a moderator' do
let(:moderator) { true }
it 'changes user into a plain user' do
expect(user).not_to be_admin
expect(user).not_to be_moderator
end
end
context 'when user is not a moderator' do
let(:moderator) { false }
it 'does not change any fields' do
expect(user).not_to be_admin
expect(user).not_to be_moderator
end
end
end
end
describe '#active_for_authentication?' do
subject { user.active_for_authentication? }
let(:user) { Fabricate(:user, disabled: disabled, confirmed_at: confirmed_at) }
context 'when user is disabled' do
let(:disabled) { true }
context 'when user is confirmed' do
let(:confirmed_at) { Time.zone.now }
it { is_expected.to be true }
end
context 'when user is not confirmed' do
let(:confirmed_at) { nil }
it { is_expected.to be true }
end
end
context 'when user is not disabled' do
let(:disabled) { false }
context 'when user is confirmed' do
let(:confirmed_at) { Time.zone.now }
it { is_expected.to be true }
end
context 'when user is not confirmed' do
let(:confirmed_at) { nil }
it { is_expected.to be true }
end
end
end
end