Commit 0ecc30eb authored by Sara Arjona's avatar Sara Arjona

Merge branch 'MDL-71264_310' of https://github.com/stronk7/moodle into MOODLE_310_STABLE

parents 4de37cf6 215851c4
......@@ -56,6 +56,14 @@ class behat_form_date extends behat_form_group {
// Disable the given date selector field.
$this->set_child_field_value('enabled', false);
} else if (is_numeric($value)) { // The value is numeric (unix timestamp).
// First, reset the day always to an existing one (1st). Without that
// undesired modifications (JS) happens when changing of month and day if
// the interim combination doesn't exists (for example, 31 March => 01 April).
// Note that instead of always setting the day to 1, this could be a little more
// clever, for example only changing when the day > 28, or only when the
// months (current or changed) have less days that the other. But that would
// require more complex calculations than the simpler line below.
$this->set_child_field_value('day', 1);
// Assign the mapped values to each form element in the date selector field.
foreach ($this->get_mapped_fields($value) as $childname => $childvalue) {
$this->set_child_field_value($childname, $childvalue);
......@@ -74,11 +82,18 @@ class behat_form_date extends behat_form_group {
* @return array
*/
protected function get_mapped_fields(int $timestamp): array {
// Order is important, first enable, and then year -> month -> day
// (other order can lead to some transitions not working as expected,
// for example, changing from 15 June to 31 August, Behat ends with
// date being 1 August if the modification order is day, then month).
// Note that the behaviour described above is 100% reproducible
// manually, with the form (JS) auto-fixing things in the middle and
// leading to undesired final dates.
return [
'enabled' => true,
'day' => date('j', $timestamp),
'month' => date('n', $timestamp),
'year' => date('Y', $timestamp),
'month' => date('n', $timestamp),
'day' => date('j', $timestamp),
];
}
......
@core @javascript @core_form
Feature: Any day / month / year combination in date form elements works ok.
In order to use date / datetime elements with Behat
as a user
Any day / month / year combination must work ok
@javascript
Scenario Outline: Verify that setting any date / datetime is possible
Given the following "courses" exist:
| fullname | shortname | format |
| Course 1 | C1 | topics |
And the following "activity" exist:
| activity | name | intro | course | idnumber |
| assign | Assignment 01 | Assign activity to test some dates | C1 | assign01 |
Given I am on the "C1" "Course" page logged in as "admin"
And I follow "Assignment 01"
And I navigate to "Edit settings" in current page administration
And I expand all fieldsets
And I set the field "Due date" to "<initial_date>"
And I set the field "Due date" to "<final_date>"
When I press "Save and display"
Then I should see "<date_result>" in the "Due date" "table_row"
Examples:
| initial_date | final_date | date_result | case_explanation (times Australia/Perth) |
| ##now## | ##tomorrow## | ##tomorrow##%A, %d %B %Y, %I:%M## | change of day, any day, back and forth |
| ##tomorrow## | ##now## | ##now##%A, %d %B %Y, %I:%M## | |
| 1617256800 | 1617170400 | Wednesday, 31 March 2021, 2:00 | change of month, back and forth |
| 1617170400 | 1617256800 | Thursday, 1 April 2021, 2:00 | |
| 1740808800 | 1709186400 | Thursday, 29 February 2024, 2:00 | change of month, leap year, back and forth |
| 1709186400 | 1740808800 | Saturday, 1 March 2025, 2:00 | |
| 1577858400 | 1577772000 | Tuesday, 31 December 2019, 2:00 | change of year, back and forth |
| 1577772000 | 1577858400 | Wednesday, 1 January 2020, 2:00 | |
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