# detections based on destination callsign

use Test;

our @tests;

	@tests = (
		[ 'APZMDR', 'Open Source', 'HaMDR', undef, ],
		[ 'APOTC1', 'Argent Data Systems', 'OpenTracker', undef, ],
		[ 'AP123U', 'Painter Engineering', 'uSmartDigi Digipeater', undef, ],
		[ 'APK003', 'Kenwood', 'TH-D72', undef, ],
		[ 'APSTM1', 'W7QO', 'Balloon tracker', undef, ],
	plan tests => ($#tests+1) * 5;

use Ham::APRS::FAP qw(parseaprs);
use Ham::APRS::DeviceID qw(identify);

my $srccall = "OH7LZB";
my $body = "!I0-X;T_Wv&{-Aigate testing";

foreach my $test (@tests) {
	my($dstcall, $vendor, $model, $version) = @$test;
	#warn "test $dstcall\n";
	my $header = "$srccall>$dstcall,TCPIP*,qAC,FOURTH";
	my $pac = "$header:$body";
	my %h;
	my $retval = parseaprs($pac, \%h);
	ok($retval, 1, "failed to parse a packet with dstcall of $dstcall");
	my $success = identify(\%h);
	ok($success, 1, "device identification reported failure '$h{deviceid_resultcode}' with dstcall of $dstcall, parsed packet has '$h{dstcallsign}'");
	ok(defined $h{'deviceid'}, 1, "device identification did not return deviceid hash with dstcall $dstcall, parsed packet has '$h{dstcallsign}'");
	ok($h{'deviceid'}{'vendor'}, $vendor, "wrong vendor for dstcall $dstcall");
	ok($h{'deviceid'}{'model'}, $model, "wrong model for dstcall $dstcall");