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# 2008 May 23
#
# The author disclaims copyright to this source code.  In place of
# a legal notice, here is a blessing:
#
#    May you do good and not evil.
#    May you find forgiveness for yourself and forgive others.
#    May you share freely, never taking more than you give.
#
#***********************************************************************
#
# Randomized test cases for the rtree extension.
#

if {![info exists testdir]} {
  set testdir [file join [file dirname [info script]] .. .. test]
} 
source [file join [file dirname [info script]] rtree_util.tcl]
source $testdir/tester.tcl

ifcapable !rtree {
  finish_test
  return
}

set ::NROW 2500
if {[info exists G(isquick)] && $G(isquick)} {
  set ::NROW 250
}

ifcapable !rtree_int_only {
  # Return a floating point number between -X and X.
  # 
  proc rand {X} {
    return [expr {int((rand()-0.5)*1024.0*$X)/512.0}]
  }
  
  # Return a positive floating point number less than or equal to X
  #
  proc randincr {X} {
    while 1 {
      set r [expr {int(rand()*$X*32.0)/32.0}]
      if {$r>0.0} {return $r}
    }
  }
} else {
  # For rtree_int_only, return an number between -X and X.
  # 
  proc rand {X} {
    return [expr {int((rand()-0.5)*2*$X)}]
  }
  
  # Return a positive integer less than or equal to X
  #
  proc randincr {X} {
    while 1 {
      set r [expr {int(rand()*$X)+1}]
      if {$r>0} {return $r}
    }
  }
}
  
# Scramble the $inlist into a random order.
#
proc scramble {inlist} {
  set y {}
  foreach x $inlist {
    lappend y [list [expr {rand()}] $x]
  }
  set y [lsort $y]
  set outlist {}
  foreach x $y {
    lappend outlist [lindex $x 1]
  }
  return $outlist
}

# Always use the same random seed so that the sequence of tests
# is repeatable.
#
expr {srand(1234)}

# Run these tests for all number of dimensions between 1 and 5.
#
for {set nDim 1} {$nDim<=5} {incr nDim} {

  # Construct an rtree virtual table and an ordinary btree table
  # to mirror it.  The ordinary table should be much slower (since
  # it has to do a full table scan) but should give the exact same
  # answers.
  #
  do_test rtree4-$nDim.1 {
    set clist {}
    set cklist {}
    for {set i 0} {$i<$nDim} {incr i} {
      lappend clist mn$i mx$i
      lappend cklist "mn$i<mx$i"
    }
    db eval "DROP TABLE IF EXISTS rx"
    db eval "DROP TABLE IF EXISTS bx"
    db eval "CREATE VIRTUAL TABLE rx USING rtree(id, [join $clist ,])"
    db eval "CREATE TABLE bx(id INTEGER PRIMARY KEY,\
                [join $clist ,], CHECK( [join $cklist { AND }] ))"
  } {}

  # Do many insertions of small objects.  Do both overlapping and
  # contained-within queries after each insert to verify that all
  # is well.
  #
  unset -nocomplain where
  for {set i 1} {$i<$::NROW} {incr i} {
    # Do a random insert
    #
    do_test rtree4-$nDim.2.$i.1 {
      set vlist {}
      for {set j 0} {$j<$nDim} {incr j} {
        set mn [rand 10000]
        set mx [expr {$mn+[randincr 50]}]
        lappend vlist $mn $mx
      }
      db eval "INSERT INTO rx VALUES(NULL, [join $vlist ,])"
      db eval "INSERT INTO bx VALUES(NULL, [join $vlist ,])"
    } {}

    # Do a contained-in query on all dimensions
    #
    set where {}
    for {set j 0} {$j<$nDim} {incr j} {
      set mn [rand 10000]
      set mx [expr {$mn+[randincr 500]}]
      lappend where mn$j>=$mn mx$j<=$mx
    }
    set where "WHERE [join $where { AND }]"
    do_test rtree4-$nDim.2.$i.2 {
      list $where [db eval "SELECT id FROM rx $where ORDER BY id"]
    } [list $where [db eval "SELECT id FROM bx $where ORDER BY id"]]

    # Do an overlaps query on all dimensions
    #
    set where {}
    for {set j 0} {$j<$nDim} {incr j} {
      set mn [rand 10000]
      set mx [expr {$mn+[randincr 500]}]
      lappend where mx$j>=$mn mn$j<=$mx
    }
    set where "WHERE [join $where { AND }]"
    do_test rtree4-$nDim.2.$i.3 {
      list $where [db eval "SELECT id FROM rx $where ORDER BY id"]
    } [list $where [db eval "SELECT id FROM bx $where ORDER BY id"]]

    # Do a contained-in query with surplus contraints at the beginning.
    # This should force a full-table scan on the rtree.
    #
    set where {}
    for {set j 0} {$j<$nDim} {incr j} {
      lappend where mn$j>-10000 mx$j<10000
    }
    for {set j 0} {$j<$nDim} {incr j} {
      set mn [rand 10000]
      set mx [expr {$mn+[randincr 500]}]
      lappend where mn$j>=$mn mx$j<=$mx
    }
    set where "WHERE [join $where { AND }]"
    do_test rtree4-$nDim.2.$i.3 {
      list $where [db eval "SELECT id FROM rx $where ORDER BY id"]
    } [list $where [db eval "SELECT id FROM bx $where ORDER BY id"]]

    # Do an overlaps query with surplus contraints at the beginning.
    # This should force a full-table scan on the rtree.
    #
    set where {}
    for {set j 0} {$j<$nDim} {incr j} {
      lappend where mn$j>=-10000 mx$j<=10000
    }
    for {set j 0} {$j<$nDim} {incr j} {
      set mn [rand 10000]
      set mx [expr {$mn+[randincr 500]}]
      lappend where mx$j>$mn mn$j<$mx
    }
    set where "WHERE [join $where { AND }]"
    do_test rtree4-$nDim.2.$i.4 {
      list $where [db eval "SELECT id FROM rx $where ORDER BY id"]
    } [list $where [db eval "SELECT id FROM bx $where ORDER BY id"]]

    # Do a contained-in query with surplus contraints at the end
    #
    set where {}
    for {set j 0} {$j<$nDim} {incr j} {
      set mn [rand 10000]
      set mx [expr {$mn+[randincr 500]}]
      lappend where mn$j>=$mn mx$j<$mx
    }
    for {set j [expr {$nDim-1}]} {$j>=0} {incr j -1} {
      lappend where mn$j>=-10000 mx$j<10000
    }
    set where "WHERE [join $where { AND }]"
    do_test rtree4-$nDim.2.$i.5 {
      list $where [db eval "SELECT id FROM rx $where ORDER BY id"]
    } [list $where [db eval "SELECT id FROM bx $where ORDER BY id"]]

    # Do an overlaps query with surplus contraints at the end
    #
    set where {}
    for {set j [expr {$nDim-1}]} {$j>=0} {incr j -1} {
      set mn [rand 10000]
      set mx [expr {$mn+[randincr 500]}]
      lappend where mx$j>$mn mn$j<=$mx
    }
    for {set j 0} {$j<$nDim} {incr j} {
      lappend where mx$j>-10000 mn$j<=10000
    }
    set where "WHERE [join $where { AND }]"
    do_test rtree4-$nDim.2.$i.6 {
      list $where [db eval "SELECT id FROM rx $where ORDER BY id"]
    } [list $where [db eval "SELECT id FROM bx $where ORDER BY id"]]

    # Do a contained-in query with surplus contraints where the 
    # constraints appear in a random order.
    #
    set where {}
    for {set j 0} {$j<$nDim} {incr j} {
      set mn1 [rand 10000]
      set mn2 [expr {$mn1+[randincr 100]}]
      set mx1 [expr {$mn2+[randincr 400]}]
      set mx2 [expr {$mx1+[randincr 100]}]
      lappend where mn$j>=$mn1 mn$j>$mn2 mx$j<$mx1 mx$j<=$mx2
    }
    set where "WHERE [join [scramble $where] { AND }]"
    do_test rtree4-$nDim.2.$i.7 {
      list $where [db eval "SELECT id FROM rx $where ORDER BY id"]
    } [list $where [db eval "SELECT id FROM bx $where ORDER BY id"]]

    # Do an overlaps query with surplus contraints where the
    # constraints appear in a random order.
    #
    set where {}
    for {set j 0} {$j<$nDim} {incr j} {
      set mn1 [rand 10000]
      set mn2 [expr {$mn1+[randincr 100]}]
      set mx1 [expr {$mn2+[randincr 400]}]
      set mx2 [expr {$mx1+[randincr 100]}]
      lappend where mx$j>=$mn1 mx$j>$mn2 mn$j<$mx1 mn$j<=$mx2
    }
    set where "WHERE [join [scramble $where] { AND }]"
    do_test rtree4-$nDim.2.$i.8 {
      list $where [db eval "SELECT id FROM rx $where ORDER BY id"]
    } [list $where [db eval "SELECT id FROM bx $where ORDER BY id"]]
  }

  do_rtree_integrity_test rtree4-$nDim.3 rx
}

finish_test