tests/testthat/test_graphics.R

test_graphs <- list(
  list(
    short_name = "hello_TeX",
    description = "Draw a circle and some simple text",
    tags = c("base", "text"),
    graph_code = quote({
      plot(1, axes = F, xlab = "", ylab = "")
      text(1, 1.1, "Hello TeX")
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "graph_box",
    description = "Draw a box around a graph",
    tags = c("base"),
    graph_code = quote({
      plot(1, type = "n", axes = F)
      box()
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "text_color",
    description = "Draw colorized text",
    tags = c("base", "text"),
    graph_code = quote({
      plot(1, type = "n")
      text(0.8, 0.8, "red", col = "red")
      text(1.2, 1.2, "blue", col = rgb(0, 0, 1, 0.5), cex = 2)
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "plot_legend",
    description = "Draw a legend box",
    tags = c("base"),
    graph_code = quote({
      plot(1, 1, xlim = c(0, 10), ylim = c(0, 10))

      legend(x = "top", title = "Legend Test", legend = c("Hello, world!"), inset = 0.05)

      legend(6, 4, title = "Another Legend Test", legend = c("Test 1", "Test 2"), pch = c(1, 16))
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "pch_caracters",
    description = "Draw common plotting characters",
    tags = c("base"),
    graph_code = quote({
      # Magic stuff taken from example(points)
      n <- floor(sqrt(26))
      npchIndex <- 0:(25)

      ix <- npchIndex %/% n
      iy <- 3 + (n - 1) - npchIndex %% n

      rx <- c(-1, 1) / 2 + range(ix)
      ry <- c(-1, 1) / 2 + range(iy)

      # Set up plot area
      plot(rx, ry, type = "n", axes = F, xlab = "", ylab = "", sub = "Standard R plotting characters")

      # Plot characters.
      for (i in 1:26) {
        points(ix[i], iy[i], pch = i - 1)
        # Place text label so we know which character is being plotted.
        text(ix[i] - 0.3, iy[i], i - 1)
      }
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "draw_circles",
    description = "Draw circles",
    tags = c("base"),
    graph_code = quote({
      plot(-2:2, -2:2, type = "n", axes = F, xlab = "", ylab = "")
      points(rnorm(10), rnorm(10), col = "red")
      points(rnorm(10) / 2, rnorm(10) / 2, col = "blue")
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "draw_filled_circles",
    description = "Draw filled circles",
    tags = c("base"),
    graph_code = quote({
      plot(-2:2, -2:2, type = "n", axes = F, xlab = "", ylab = "")
      points(rnorm(10), rnorm(10), pch = 21, col = "blue", bg = "forestgreen")
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "line_color",
    description = "Draw colored lines",
    tags = c("base"),
    graph_code = quote({
      plot(
        c(0, 1), c(0, 1), type = "l", axes = F,
        xlab = "", ylab = "", col = "red3"
      )
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "line_color_width",
    description = "Draw colored lines with changed line width",
    tags = c("base"),
    graph_options = list(
      tikzLwdUnit = 72.27 / 96
    ),
    graph_code = quote({
      plot(
        c(0, 1), c(0, 1), type = "l", axes = F,
        xlab = "", ylab = "", col = "red3"
      )
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "character_expansion",
    description = "Test character expansion",
    tags = c("base"),
    graph_code = quote({
      plot(1, axes = F, xlab = "", ylab = "", cex = 10)
      points(1, cex = .5)
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "filled_rectangle",
    description = "Test filled rectangles",
    tags = c("base"),
    graph_code = quote({
      plot(-2:2, -2:2, type = "n", axes = F, xlab = "", ylab = "")
      points(rnorm(10), rnorm(10), pch = 22, col = "red", bg = "gold")
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "line_types",
    description = "Test line types",
    tags = c("base"),
    graph_code = quote({
      plot(
        0, type = "n", xlim = c(0, 1), ylim = c(0, 6),
        axes = F, xlab = "", ylab = ""
      )
      for (i in 0:6)
        lines(c(0, 1), c(i, i), lty = i)
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "line_weights",
    description = "Test line weights",
    tags = c("base"),
    graph_code = quote({
      plot(
        0, type = "n", xlim = c(0, 1), ylim = c(0, 6),
        axes = F, xlab = "", ylab = ""
      )
      for (i in 0:6)
        lines(c(0, 1), c(i, i), lwd = i)
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "transparency",
    description = "Test transparency",
    tags = c("base"),
    graph_code = quote({
      plot(-2:2, -2:2, type = "n", axes = F, xlab = "", ylab = "")
      points(rnorm(50), rnorm(50), pch = 21, bg = rainbow(50, alpha = .5), cex = 10)
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "lots_of_elements",
    description = "Test of many points for file size",
    tags = c("base"),
    graph_code = quote({
      plot(-2:2, -2:2, type = "n", axes = F, xlab = "", ylab = "")
      points(rnorm(500), rnorm(500), pch = 21, bg = rainbow(50, alpha = .5), cex = 10)
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "contour_lines",
    description = "Test contour lines and associated text",
    tags = c("base", "text"),
    graph_code = quote({
      x <- -6:16
      op <- par(mfrow = c(2, 2))
      contour(outer(x, x), method = "edge")
      z <- outer(x, sqrt(abs(x)), FUN = "/")
      image(x, x, z)
      contour(x, x, z, col = "pink", add = TRUE, method = "edge")
      contour(x, x, z, ylim = c(1, 6), method = "simple", labcex = 1)
      contour(x, x, z, ylim = c(-6, 6), nlev = 20, lty = 2, method = "simple")
      par(op)
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "string_placement",
    description = "Test string placement and TeX symbol generation",
    tags = c("base", "text"),
    graph_code = quote({
      syms <- c(
        "alpha", "theta", "tau", "beta", "vartheta", "pi", "upsilon",
        "gamma", "gamma", "varpi", "phi", "delta", "kappa", "rho", "varphi",
        "epsilon", "lambda", "varrho", "chi", "varepsilon", "mu", "sigma",
        "psi", "zeta", "nu", "varsigma", "omega", "eta", "xi", "Gamma",
        "Lambda", "Sigma", "Psi", "Delta", "Xi", "Upsilon", "Omega",
        "Theta", "Pi", "Phi"
      )
      x <- rnorm(length(syms))
      y <- rnorm(length(syms))
      plot(-2:2, -2:2, type = "n", axes = F, xlab = "", ylab = "")
      points(x, y, pch = 21, bg = "black", cex = .5)
      text(x, y, paste("\\Large$\\", syms, "$", sep = ""))
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "text_alignment",
    description = "Test text alignment",
    tags = c("base", "text"),
    graph_code = quote({
      plot(1, 1, type = "n", xlab = "", ylab = "", axes = F)
      abline(v = 1)

      # left justified
      par(adj = 0)
      text(1, 1.1, "Left")

      # Center Justified
      par(adj = 0.5)
      text(1, 1, "Center")

      # Right Justified
      par(adj = 1)
      text(1, 0.9, "Right")
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "persp_3D",
    description = "Test of 3D graphs with persp",
    tags = c("base", "3D"),
    graph_code = quote({
      x <- seq(-1.95, 1.95, length = 30)
      y <- seq(-1.95, 1.95, length = 35)

      z <- outer(x, y, function(a, b) {
        a * b ^ 2
      })

      nrz <- nrow(z)
      ncz <- ncol(z)

      jet.colors <- colorRampPalette(c("blue", "green"))

      nbcol <- 100

      color <- jet.colors(nbcol)

      zfacet <- z[-1, -1] + z[-1, -ncz] + z[-nrz, -1] + z[-nrz, -ncz]
      facetcol <- cut(zfacet, nbcol)

      persp(x, y, z, col = color[facetcol], phi = 30, theta = -30, ticktype = "detailed")
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "base_annotation",
    description = "Annotation of base graphics",
    tags = c("base", "annotation"),
    graph_options = list(
      tikzLatexPackages = c(
        getOption("tikzLatexPackages"),
        "\\usetikzlibrary{decorations.pathreplacing}",
        "\\usetikzlibrary{positioning}",
        "\\usetikzlibrary{shapes.arrows,shapes.symbols}"
      )
    ),
    fuzz = 130,
    graph_code = quote({
      p <- rgamma(300, 1)
      outliers <- which(p > quantile(p, .75) + 1.5 * IQR(p))
      boxplot(p)

      # Add named coordinates that other TikZ commands can hook onto
      tikzCoord(1, min(p[outliers]), "min outlier")
      tikzCoord(1, max(p[outliers]), "max outlier")

      # Use tikzAnnotate to insert arbitrary code, such as drawing a fancy path
      # between min outlier and max outlier.
      tikzAnnotate(c(
        "\\draw[very thick,red,",
        # Turn the path into a brace.
        "decorate,decoration={brace,amplitude=12pt},",
        # Shift it 1em to the left of the coordinates
        "transform canvas={xshift=-1em}]",
        "(min outlier) --",
        # Add a node with some text in the middle of the path
        "node[single arrow,anchor=tip,fill=white,draw=green,",
        "left=14pt,text width=0.70in,align=center]",
        "{Holy Outliers Batman!}", "(max outlier);"
      ))

      # tikzNode can be used to place nodes with customized options and content
      tikzNode(
        opts = "starburst,fill=green,draw=blue,very thick,right=of max outlier",
        content = "Wow!"
      )
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "grid_annotation",
    description = "Annotation of grid graphics",
    tags = c("grid", "annotation"),
    graph_options = list(
      tikzLatexPackages = c(
        getOption("tikzLatexPackages"),
        "\\usetikzlibrary{shapes.callouts}"
      )
    ),
    fuzz = 745,
    graph_code = quote({
      library(grid)

      pushViewport(plotViewport())
      pushViewport(dataViewport(1:10, 1:10))

      grid.rect()
      grid.xaxis()
      grid.yaxis()
      grid.points(1:10, 1:10)

      for (i in seq(2, 8, 2)) {
        grid.tikzNode(i, i, opts = "ellipse callout,draw,anchor=pointer", content = i)
      }
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "annotation_noflush",
    description = "Annotation prior to any graphics output",
    tags = c("base", "annotation"),
    graph_code = quote({
      plot.new()
      plot.window(0:1, 0:1)
      tikzCoord(0, 0, name = "ll")
      tikzCoord(1, 1, name = "ur")
      tikzAnnotate("\\draw (ll) rectangle (ur);")
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "ggplot2_test",
    description = "Test of ggplot2 graphics",
    tags = c("ggplot2"),
    graph_code = quote({
      print(ggplot2::qplot(
        carat, price, data = ggplot2::diamonds, geom = "smooth",
        colour = color
      ))
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "ggplot2_superscripts",
    description = "Test of grid text alignment with ggplot2",
    tags = c("ggplot2", "text"),
    graph_code = quote({
      soilSample <- structure(
        list(
          `Grain Diameter` = c(8, 5.6, 4, 2.8, 2, 1, 0.5, 0.355, 0.25),
          `Percent Finer` = c(
            0.951603145795523, 0.945553539019964,
            0.907239362774753, 0.86771526517443, 0.812865497076023, 0.642064932446058,
            0.460375075620085, 0.227465214761041, 0.0389191369227667
          )
        ),
        .Names = c("Grain Diameter", "Percent Finer"), row.names = c(NA, 9L),
        class = "data.frame"
      )

      # R 2.12.x and 2.13.x have to test with ggplot2 v0.8.9 which is very
      # different from 0.9.0.
      #
      # FIXME: Remove this once we drop support for 2.13.x
      if (exists("scale_y_probit")) {
        # We are using a ggplot2 version that is earlier than 0.9.0
        testPlot <- ggplot2::qplot(`Grain Diameter`, `Percent Finer`, data = soilSample) +
          ggplot2::scale_x_log10() + ggplot2::scale_y_probit() + ggplot2::theme_bw()
      } else {
        testPlot <- ggplot2::qplot(log10(`Grain Diameter`), `Percent Finer`, data = soilSample) +
          ggplot2::scale_x_continuous(labels = scales::math_format(10 ^ .x)) +
          ggplot2::scale_y_continuous(trans = "probit", breaks = seq(0.2, 0.8, 0.2)) +
          ggplot2::theme_bw()
      }

      print(testPlot)
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "polypath",
    description = "Test polypath support",
    tags = c("base", "polypath"),
    graph_code = quote({
      # From example(polypath)
      plotPath <- function(x, y, col="grey", rule="winding") {
        plot.new()
        plot.window(range(x, na.rm = TRUE), range(y, na.rm = TRUE))
        polypath(x, y, col = col, rule = rule)
        if (!is.na(col)) {
          mtext(paste("Rule:", rule), side = 1, line = 0)
        }
      }

      plotRules <- function(x, y, title) {
        plotPath(x, y)
        plotPath(x, y, rule = "evenodd")
        mtext(title, side = 3, line = 0)
        plotPath(x, y, col = NA)
      }

      op <- par(mfrow = c(5, 3), mar = c(2, 1, 1, 1))

      plotRules(
        c(.1, .1, .9, .9, NA, .2, .2, .8, .8),
        c(.1, .9, .9, .1, NA, .2, .8, .8, .2),
        title = "Nested rectangles, both clockwise"
      )
      plotRules(
        x = c(.1, .1, .9, .9, NA, .2, .8, .8, .2),
        y = c(.1, .9, .9, .1, NA, .2, .2, .8, .8),
        title = "Nested rectangles, outer clockwise, inner anti-clockwise"
      )
      plotRules(
        x = c(.1, .1, .4, .4, NA, .6, .9, .9, .6),
        y = c(.1, .4, .4, .1, NA, .6, .6, .9, .9),
        title = "Disjoint rectangles"
      )
      plotRules(
        x = c(.1, .1, .6, .6, NA, .4, .4, .9, .9),
        y = c(.1, .6, .6, .1, NA, .4, .9, .9, .4),
        title = "Overlapping rectangles, both clockwise"
      )
      plotRules(
        x = c(.1, .1, .6, .6, NA, .4, .9, .9, .4),
        y = c(.1, .6, .6, .1, NA, .4, .4, .9, .9),
        title = "Overlapping rectangles, one clockwise, other anti-clockwise"
      )

      par(op)
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "base_raster",
    description = "Test raster support in base graphics",
    tags = c("base", "raster", "reflection"),
    fuzz = 642,
    graph_code = quote({
      plot(c(100, 250), c(300, 450), type = "n", xlab = "", ylab = "")
      image <- as.raster(matrix(rep(c(rep(0:1, 4), rep(1:0, 4)), each = 3), ncol = 6, nrow = 4))
      rasterImage(image, 100, 300, 150, 350, interpolate = FALSE)
      rasterImage(image, 100, 400, 150, 450)
      rasterImage(
        image, 200, 300, 200 + xinch(.5), 300 + yinch(.3),
        interpolate = FALSE
      )
      rasterImage(
        image, 200, 400, 250, 450, angle = 15,
        interpolate = FALSE
      )
      rasterImage(
        image, 175 + xinch(.5), 350, 175, 350 + yinch(.3), angle = -30,
        interpolate = FALSE
      )
      rasterImage(
        image, 200 + xinch(.5), 350 + yinch(.3), 200, 350, angle = -45,
        interpolate = FALSE
      )
      rasterImage(
        image, 225, 350 + yinch(.3), 225 + xinch(.5), 350, angle = -60,
        interpolate = FALSE
      )
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "raster_reflection",
    description = "Test raster handling in graphics with reflected axes",
    tags = c("base", "raster", "reflection"),
    graph_code = quote({
      par(mfrow = c(2, 2))
      image(volcano, useRaster = TRUE)
      image(volcano, xlim = c(1, 0), useRaster = TRUE)
      image(volcano, ylim = c(1, 0), useRaster = TRUE)
      image(volcano, xlim = c(1, 0), ylim = c(1, 0), useRaster = TRUE)
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "grid_raster",
    description = "Test raster support in grid graphics",
    tags = c("grid", "raster"),
    graph_code = quote({
      suppressPackageStartupMessages(library(grid))
      suppressPackageStartupMessages(library(lattice))

      plt <- levelplot(
        volcano, panel = panel.levelplot.raster,
        col.regions = topo.colors, cuts = 30, interpolate = TRUE
      )

      print(plt)
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "base_raster_noresample",
    description = "Test noresampling raster support in base graphics",
    tags = c("base", "raster"),
    fuzz = 1400,
    graph_code = quote({
      plot.new()
      suppressWarnings(rasterImage(as.raster(matrix(seq(0, 1, len = 9), 3)), 0, 0, 1, 1, interpolate = TRUE))
    })
  ),

  list(
    short_name = "base_symbolic_simple",
    description = "Test symbolic colors for a simple image",
    tags = c("base", "symbolic"),
    graph_options = list(
      tikzSymbolicColors = TRUE, tikzMaxSymbolicColors = 3
    ),
    graph_code = quote({
      plot.new()
      points(0, 0)
      points(0, 1, col = "red")
      suppressWarnings(points(1, 1, col = "green"))
      points(1, 0, col = "gray50")
      points(0.5, 0.5, col = "#F3346A")
    })
  ),
  # New pdfLaTeX tests go here
  # list(
  #  short_name = 'something_suitable_as_a_filename',
  #  description = 'Longer description of what the test does',
  #  tags = c('plot', 'tags'),
  #  graph_options = list(optional stuff to pass to options() during this test)
  #  graph_code = quote({
  #
  #  })
  # )

  ### XeLaTeX Tests
  list(
    short_name = "utf8_characters",
    description = "Test of UTF8 characters",
    tags = c("base", "xetex", "utf8"),
    engine = "xetex",
    graph_code = quote({
      n <- 8
      data <- expand.grid(x = 1:n, y = 1:n)
      data$chars <- intToUtf8(seq.int(187, by = 1, length.out = n * n), multiple = T)

      p <- ggplot2::ggplot(data, ggplot2::aes(x = x, y = y)) +
        ggplot2::geom_text(ggplot2::aes(label = chars))
      print(p)
    })
  ),


  list(
    short_name = "xetex_variants",
    description = "Test of XeLaTeX font variants",
    tags = c("xetex", "utf8"),
    engine = "xetex",
    # Only OS X is likely to have the required fonts installed
    skip_if = function() {
      Sys.info()["sysname"] != "Darwin"
    },
    graph_options = list(
      tikzXelatexPackages = c(
        "\\usepackage{fontspec}",
        "\\usepackage[colorlinks, breaklinks, pdftitle={The Beauty of LaTeX},pdfauthor={Taraborelli, Dario}]{hyperref}",
        "\\usepackage{tikz}",
        "\\usepackage{color}",
        "\\definecolor{Gray}{rgb}{.7,.7,.7}",
        "\\definecolor{lightblue}{rgb}{.2,.5,1}",
        "\\definecolor{myred}{rgb}{1,0,0}",
        "\\newcommand{\\red}[1]{\\color{myred} #1}",
        "\\newcommand{\\reda}[1]{\\color{myred}\\fontspec[Variant=2]{Zapfino}#1}",
        "\\newcommand{\\redb}[1]{\\color{myred}\\fontspec[Variant=3]{Zapfino}#1}",
        "\\newcommand{\\redc}[1]{\\color{myred}\\fontspec[Variant=4]{Zapfino}#1}",
        "\\newcommand{\\redd}[1]{\\color{myred}\\fontspec[Variant=5]{Zapfino}#1}",
        "\\newcommand{\\rede}[1]{\\color{myred}\\fontspec[Variant=6]{Zapfino}#1}",
        "\\newcommand{\\redf}[1]{\\color{myred}\\fontspec[Variant=7]{Zapfino}#1}",
        "\\newcommand{\\redg}[1]{\\color{myred}\\fontspec[Variant=8]{Zapfino}#1}",
        "\\newcommand{\\lbl}[1]{\\color{lightblue} #1}",
        "\\newcommand{\\lbla}[1]{\\color{lightblue}\\fontspec[Variant=2]{Zapfino}#1}",
        "\\newcommand{\\lblb}[1]{\\color{lightblue}\\fontspec[Variant=3]{Zapfino}#1}",
        "\\newcommand{\\lblc}[1]{\\color{lightblue}\\fontspec[Variant=4]{Zapfino}#1}",
        "\\newcommand{\\lbld}[1]{\\color{lightblue}\\fontspec[Variant=5]{Zapfino}#1}",
        "\\newcommand{\\lble}[1]{\\color{lightblue}\\fontspec[Variant=6]{Zapfino}#1}",
        "\\newcommand{\\lblf}[1]{\\color{lightblue}\\fontspec[Variant=7]{Zapfino}#1}",
        "\\newcommand{\\lblg}[1]{\\color{lightblue}\\fontspec[Variant=8]{Zapfino}#1}",
        "\\newcommand{\\old}[1]{",
        "\\fontspec[Ligatures={Common, Rare},Variant=1,Swashes={LineInitial, LineFinal}]{Zapfino}",
        "\\fontsize{25pt}{30pt}\\selectfont #1}%",
        "\\newcommand{\\smallprint}[1]{\\fontspec{Hoefler Text}\\fontsize{10pt}{13pt}\\color{Gray}\\selectfont #1}%\n",
        "\\usepackage[active,tightpage,xetex]{preview}",
        "\\PreviewEnvironment{pgfpicture}",
        "\\setlength\\PreviewBorder{0pt}"
      )
    ),
    graph_code = quote({
      label <- c(
        "\\noindent{\\red d}roo{\\lbl g}",
        "\\noindent{\\reda d}roo{\\lbla g}",
        "\\noindent{\\redb d}roo{\\lblb g}",
        "\\noindent{\\redf d}roo{\\lblf g}\\\\[.3cm]",
        "\\noindent{\\redc d}roo{\\lblc g}",
        "\\noindent{\\redd d}roo{\\lbld g}",
        "\\noindent{\\rede d}roo{\\lble g}",
        "\\noindent{\\redg d}roo{\\lblg g}\\\\[.2cm]"
      )
      title <- c(
        "\\smallprint{D. Taraborelli (2008), \\href{http://nitens.org/taraborelli/latex}{The Beauty of \\LaTeX}}",
        "\\smallprint{\\\\\\emph{Some rights reserved}. \\href{http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/}{\\textsc{cc-by-sa}}}"
      )

      lim <- 0:(length(label) + 1)
      plot(lim, lim, cex = 0, pch = ".", xlab = title[2], ylab = "", main = title[1])
      for (i in 1:length(label))
        text(i, i, label[i])
    })
  ),

  ### LuaLaTeX Tests
  list(
    short_name = "luatex_utf8_characters",
    description = "Test of UTF8 characters w/ LuaTeX",
    tags = c("base", "luatex", "utf8"),
    engine = "luatex",
    # Travis CI runs Ubuntu Precise with a fontspec package that doesn't accept
    # LuaLaTeX yet
    skip_if = function() {
      Sys.getenv("TRAVIS") != ""
    },
    graph_code = quote({
      n <- 8
      data <- expand.grid(x = 1:n, y = 1:n)
      data$chars <- intToUtf8(seq.int(187, by = 1, length.out = n * n), multiple = T)

      p <- ggplot2::ggplot(data, ggplot2::aes(x = x, y = y)) +
        ggplot2::geom_text(ggplot2::aes(label = chars))
      print(p)
    })
  ),

  # New UTF8/XeLaTeX/LuaLatex tests go here
  # list(
  #  short_name = 'something_suitable_as_a_filename',
  #  description = 'Longer description of what the test does',
  #  tags = c('plot', 'tags'),
  #  uses_xetex = TRUE,
  #  graph_options = list(optional stuff to pass to options() during this test)
  #  graph_code = quote({
  #
  #  })
  # )

  NULL
)

test_graphs <- test_graphs[!vapply(test_graphs, is.null, logical(1L))]

if (length(tags_to_run)) {
  test_graphs <- Filter(
    function(graph) {
      any(graph$tags %in% tags_to_run)
    },
    test_graphs
  )
}


run_test <- function(graph) {
  do.call(do_graphics_test, graph)
}
graphs_produced <- Filter(run_test, test_graphs)

context("Graph test cleanup")

test_that("All graphics devices closed", {
  expect_that(length(dev.list()), equals(0))
})


message("\nFinished generating TikZ test graphs.")
message("PDF files are in:\n\t", test_output_dir)
message("\nTeX sources and log files are in:\n\t", test_work_dir)

if (!is.null(gs_cmd)) {
  # Combine all test PDFs into one big file for easy viewing
  graph_files <- Map(function(graph) {
    file.path(test_output_dir, paste0(graph$short_name, ".pdf"))
  }, graphs_produced)
  test_output <- file.path(test_output_dir, "test_results.pdf")

  silence <- system(
    paste(
      shQuote(gs_cmd), "-dNOPAUSE", "-sDEVICE=pdfwrite",
      paste0("-sOUTPUTFILE=", test_output),
      "-dBATCH", paste(shQuote(graph_files), collapse = " ")
    ),
    intern = TRUE, ignore.stderr = TRUE
  )

  message("\nAll test outputs combined into:\n\t", test_output)
}


if (!is.null(compare_cmd) && !is.null(convert_cmd)) {
  # Combine all visual diffs into one big PDF file for easy viewing
  graph_files <- Map(function(graph) {
    file.path(test_work_dir, paste0(graph$short_name, "_diff.png"))
  }, graphs_produced)
  diff_output <- file.path(test_output_dir, "test_diffs.pdf")

  silence <- system(
    paste(
      shQuote(convert_cmd),
      paste(shQuote(graph_files), collapse = " "),
      diff_output
    ),
    intern = TRUE, ignore.stderr = TRUE
  )

  message("\nResults of all visual diffs combined into:\n\t", diff_output)
}

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