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#include "libtorrent/session.hpp"
#include "libtorrent/session_settings.hpp"
#include "libtorrent/hasher.hpp"
#include "libtorrent/extensions/ut_pex.hpp"
#include "libtorrent/thread.hpp"
#include <boost/tuple/tuple.hpp>

#include "test.hpp"
#include "setup_transfer.hpp"
#include <iostream>

void test_pex()
{
	using namespace libtorrent;

	session ses1(fingerprint("LT", 0, 1, 0, 0), std::make_pair(48200, 49000), "0.0.0.0", 0);
	session ses2(fingerprint("LT", 0, 1, 0, 0), std::make_pair(49200, 50000), "0.0.0.0", 0);
	session ses3(fingerprint("LT", 0, 1, 0, 0), std::make_pair(50200, 51000), "0.0.0.0", 0);

	ses1.add_extension(create_ut_pex_plugin);
	ses2.add_extension(create_ut_pex_plugin);

	torrent_handle tor1;
	torrent_handle tor2;
	torrent_handle tor3;

	boost::tie(tor1, tor2, tor3) = setup_transfer(&ses1, &ses2, &ses3, true, false, false, "_pex");

	int mask = alert::all_categories
		& ~(alert::progress_notification
			| alert::performance_warning
			| alert::stats_notification);
	ses1.set_alert_mask(mask);
	ses2.set_alert_mask(mask);
	ses3.set_alert_mask(mask);

	// this is to avoid everything finish from a single peer
	// immediately. To make the swarm actually connect all
	// three peers before finishing.
	session_settings set = ses1.settings();
	set.download_rate_limit = 0;
	set.upload_rate_limit = 0;
	ses1.set_settings(set);

	// make the peer connecting the two worthless to transfer
	// data, to force peer 3 to connect directly to peer 1 through pex
	set = ses2.settings();
	set.download_rate_limit = 2000;
	set.upload_rate_limit = 2000;
	set.ignore_limits_on_local_network = false;
	set.rate_limit_utp = true;
	ses2.set_settings(set);

	set = ses3.settings();
	set.download_rate_limit = 0;
	set.upload_rate_limit = 0;
	ses3.set_settings(set);

#ifndef TORRENT_DISABLE_ENCRYPTION
	pe_settings pes;
	pes.out_enc_policy = pe_settings::forced;
	pes.in_enc_policy = pe_settings::forced;
	ses1.set_pe_settings(pes);
	ses2.set_pe_settings(pes);
	ses3.set_pe_settings(pes);
#endif

	test_sleep(100);

	// in this test, ses1 is a seed, ses2 is connected to ses1 and ses3.
	// the expected behavior is that ses2 will introduce ses1 and ses3 to each other
	error_code ec;
	tor2.connect_peer(tcp::endpoint(address::from_string("127.0.0.1", ec), ses1.listen_port()));
	tor2.connect_peer(tcp::endpoint(address::from_string("127.0.0.1", ec), ses3.listen_port()));

	torrent_status st1;
	torrent_status st2;
	torrent_status st3;
	for (int i = 0; i < 15; ++i)
	{
		print_alerts(ses1, "ses1");
		print_alerts(ses2, "ses2");
		print_alerts(ses3, "ses3");

		st1 = tor1.status();
		st2 = tor2.status();
		st3 = tor3.status();

		std::cerr
			<< "\033[33m" << int(st1.upload_payload_rate / 1000.f) << "kB/s "
			<< st1.num_peers << ": "
			<< "\033[32m" << int(st2.download_payload_rate / 1000.f) << "kB/s "
			<< "\033[31m" << int(st2.upload_payload_rate / 1000.f) << "kB/s "
			<< "\033[0m" << int(st2.progress * 100) << "% "
			<< st2.num_peers << " - "
			<< "\033[32m" << int(st3.download_payload_rate / 1000.f) << "kB/s "
			<< "\033[31m" << int(st3.upload_payload_rate / 1000.f) << "kB/s "
			<< "\033[0m" << int(st3.progress * 100) << "% "
			<< st3.num_peers
			<< std::endl;

		// this is the success condition
		if (st1.num_peers == 2 && st2.num_peers == 2 && st3.num_peers == 2)
			break;

		// this suggests that we failed. If session 3 completes without
		// actually connecting to session 1, everything was transferred
		// through session 2
		if (st3.state == torrent_status::seeding) break;

		test_sleep(1000);
	}

	TEST_CHECK(st1.num_peers == 2 && st2.num_peers == 2 && st3.num_peers == 2)

	if (!tor2.status().is_seeding && tor3.status().is_seeding) std::cerr << "done\n";
}

int test_main()
{
	using namespace libtorrent;

	// in case the previous run was terminated
	error_code ec;
	remove_all("tmp1_pex", ec);
	remove_all("tmp2_pex", ec);
	remove_all("tmp3_pex", ec);

	test_pex();
	
	remove_all("tmp1_pex", ec);
	remove_all("tmp2_pex", ec);
	remove_all("tmp3_pex", ec);

	return 0;
}