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// Copyright 2017-2020 Parity Technologies (UK) Ltd.
// This file is part of Polkadot.

// Polkadot is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
// it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
// the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
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// but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
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// along with Polkadot.  If not, see <>.

//! # Parachain Crowdfunding module
//! The point of this module is to allow parachain projects to offer the ability to help fund a
//! deposit for the parachain. When the parachain is retired, the funds may be returned.
//! Contributing funds is permissionless. Each fund has a child-trie which stores all
//! contributors account IDs together with the amount they contributed; the root of this can then be
//! used by the parachain to allow contributors to prove that they made some particular contribution
//! to the project (e.g. to be rewarded through some token or badge). The trie is retained for later
//! (efficient) redistribution back to the contributors.
//! Contributions must be of at least `MinContribution` (to account for the resources taken in
//! tracking contributions), and may never tally greater than the fund's `cap`, set and fixed at the
//! time of creation. The `create` call may be used to create a new fund. In order to do this, then
//! a deposit must be paid of the amount `SubmissionDeposit`. Substantial resources are taken on
//! the main trie in tracking a fund and this accounts for that.
//! Funds may be set up during an auction period; their closing time is fixed at creation (as a
//! block number) and if the fund is not successful by the closing time, then it will become *retired*.
//! Funds may span multiple auctions, and even auctions that sell differing periods. However, for a
//! fund to be active in bidding for an auction, it *must* have had *at least one bid* since the end
//! of the last auction. Until a fund takes a further bid following the end of an auction, then it
//! will be inactive.
//! Contributors may get a refund of their contributions from retired funds. After a period (`RetirementPeriod`)
//! the fund may be dissolved entirely. At this point any non-refunded contributions are considered
//! `orphaned` and are disposed of through the `OrphanedFunds` handler (which may e.g. place them
//! into the treasury).
//! Funds may accept contributions at any point before their success or retirement. When a parachain
//! slot auction enters its ending period, then parachains will each place a bid; the bid will be
//! raised once per block if the parachain had additional funds contributed since the last bid.
//! Funds may set their deploy data (the code hash and head data of their parachain) at any point.
//! It may only be done once and once set cannot be changed. Good procedure would be to set them
//! ahead of receiving any contributions in order that contributors may verify that their parachain
//! contains all expected functionality. However, this is not enforced and deploy data may happen
//! at any point, even after a slot has been successfully won or, indeed, never.
//! Funds that are successful winners of a slot may have their slot claimed through the `onboard`
//! call. This may only be done once and must be after the deploy data has been fixed. Successful
//! funds remain tracked (in the `Funds` storage item and the associated child trie) as long as
//! the parachain remains active. Once it does not, it is up to the parachain to ensure that the
//! funds are returned to this module's fund sub-account in order that they be redistributed back to
//! contributors. *Retirement* may be initiated by any account (using the `begin_retirement` call)
//! once the parachain is removed from the its slot.
//! @WARNING: For funds to be returned, it is imperative that this module's account is provided as
//! the offboarding account for the slot. In the case that a parachain supplemented these funds in
//! order to win a later auction, then it is the parachain's duty to ensure that the right amount of
//! funds ultimately end up in module's fund sub-account.

use frame_support::{
	decl_module, decl_storage, decl_event, decl_error, storage::child, ensure,
		Currency, Get, OnUnbalanced, WithdrawReason, ExistenceRequirement::AllowDeath
use system::ensure_signed;
use sp_runtime::{ModuleId,
	traits::{AccountIdConversion, Hash, Saturating, Zero, CheckedAdd}
use crate::slots;
use codec::{Encode, Decode};
use sp_std::vec::Vec;
use primitives::v0::{Id as ParaId, HeadData};
pub type BalanceOf<T> =
	<<T as slots::Trait>::Currency as Currency<<T as system::Trait>::AccountId>>::Balance;
pub type NegativeImbalanceOf<T> =
	<<T as slots::Trait>::Currency as Currency<<T as system::Trait>::AccountId>>::NegativeImbalance;

pub trait Trait: slots::Trait {
	type Event: From<Event<Self>> + Into<<Self as system::Trait>::Event>;

	/// ModuleID for the crowdfund module. An appropriate value could be ```ModuleId(*b"py/cfund")```
	type ModuleId: Get<ModuleId>;

	/// The amount to be held on deposit by the owner of a crowdfund.
	type SubmissionDeposit: Get<BalanceOf<Self>>;

	/// The minimum amount that may be contributed into a crowdfund. Should almost certainly be at
	/// least ExistentialDeposit.
	type MinContribution: Get<BalanceOf<Self>>;

	/// The period of time (in blocks) after an unsuccessful crowdfund ending when
	/// contributors are able to withdraw their funds. After this period, their funds are lost.
	type RetirementPeriod: Get<Self::BlockNumber>;

	/// What to do with funds that were not withdrawn.
	type OrphanedFunds: OnUnbalanced<NegativeImbalanceOf<Self>>;

/// Simple index for identifying a fund.
pub type FundIndex = u32;

#[derive(Encode, Decode, Copy, Clone, PartialEq, Eq)]
#[cfg_attr(feature = "std", derive(Debug))]
pub enum LastContribution<BlockNumber> {

#[derive(Encode, Decode, Clone, PartialEq, Eq)]
#[cfg_attr(feature = "std", derive(Debug))]
struct DeployData<Hash> {
	code_hash: Hash,
	code_size: u32,

#[derive(Encode, Decode, Clone, PartialEq, Eq)]
#[cfg_attr(feature = "std", derive(Debug))]
pub struct FundInfo<AccountId, Balance, Hash, BlockNumber> {
	/// The parachain that this fund has funded, if there is one. As long as this is `Some`, then
	/// the funds may not be withdrawn and the fund cannot be dissolved.
	parachain: Option<ParaId>,
	/// The owning account who placed the deposit.
	owner: AccountId,
	/// The amount of deposit placed.
	deposit: Balance,
	/// The total amount raised.
	raised: Balance,
	/// Block number after which the funding must have succeeded. If not successful at this number
	/// then everyone may withdraw their funds.
	end: BlockNumber,
	/// A hard-cap on the amount that may be contributed.
	cap: Balance,
	/// The most recent block that this had a contribution. Determines if we make a bid or not.
	/// If this is `Never`, this fund has never received a contribution.
	/// If this is `PreEnding(n)`, this fund received a contribution sometime in auction
	/// number `n` before the ending period.
	/// If this is `Ending(n)`, this fund received a contribution during the current ending period,
	/// where `n` is how far into the ending period the contribution was made.
	last_contribution: LastContribution<BlockNumber>,
	/// First slot in range to bid on; it's actually a LeasePeriod, but that's the same type as
	/// BlockNumber.
	first_slot: BlockNumber,
	/// Last slot in range to bid on; it's actually a LeasePeriod, but that's the same type as
	/// BlockNumber.
	last_slot: BlockNumber,
	/// The deployment data associated with this fund, if any. Once set it may not be reset. First
	/// is the code hash, second is the code size, third is the initial head data.
	deploy_data: Option<DeployData<Hash>>,

decl_storage! {
	trait Store for Module<T: Trait> as Crowdfund {
		/// Info on all of the funds.
		Funds get(fn funds):
			map hasher(twox_64_concat) FundIndex
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			=> Option<FundInfo<T::AccountId, BalanceOf<T>, T::Hash, T::BlockNumber>>;

		/// The total number of funds that have so far been allocated.
		FundCount get(fn fund_count): FundIndex;

		/// The funds that have had additional contributions during the last block. This is used
		/// in order to determine which funds should submit new or updated bids.
		NewRaise get(fn new_raise): Vec<FundIndex>;

		/// The number of auctions that have entered into their ending period so far.
		EndingsCount get(fn endings_count): slots::AuctionIndex;

decl_event! {
	pub enum Event<T> where
		<T as system::Trait>::AccountId,
		Balance = BalanceOf<T>,
		Contributed(AccountId, FundIndex, Balance),
		Withdrew(AccountId, FundIndex, Balance),
		Onboarded(FundIndex, ParaId),

decl_error! {
	pub enum Error for Module<T: Trait> {
		/// Last slot must be greater than first slot.
		/// The last slot cannot be more then 3 slots after the first slot.
		/// The campaign ends before the current block number. The end must be in the future.
		/// There was an overflow.
		/// The contribution was below the minimum, `MinContribution`.
		/// Invalid fund index.
		/// Contributions exceed maximum amount.
		/// The contribution period has already ended.
		/// The origin of this call is invalid.
		/// Deployment data for a fund can only be set once. The deployment data for this fund
		/// already exists.
		/// Deployment data has not been set for this fund.
		/// This fund has already been onboarded.
		/// This crowdfund does not correspond to a parachain.
		/// This parachain still has its deposit. Implies that it has already been offboarded.
		/// Funds have not yet been returned.
		/// Fund has not yet retired.
		/// The crowdfund has not yet ended.
		/// There are no contributions stored in this crowdfund.
		/// This crowdfund has an active parachain and cannot be dissolved.
		/// The retirement period has not ended.

decl_module! {
	pub struct Module<T: Trait> for enum Call where origin: T::Origin, system = system {
		type Error = Error<T>;

		const ModuleId: ModuleId = T::ModuleId::get();

		fn deposit_event() = default;
		/// Create a new crowdfunding campaign for a parachain slot deposit for the current auction.
		#[weight = 100_000_000]
		fn create(origin,
			#[compact] cap: BalanceOf<T>,
			#[compact] first_slot: T::BlockNumber,
			#[compact] last_slot: T::BlockNumber,
			#[compact] end: T::BlockNumber
		) {
			let owner = ensure_signed(origin)?;

			ensure!(first_slot < last_slot, Error::<T>::LastSlotBeforeFirstSlot);
			ensure!(last_slot <= first_slot + 3.into(), Error::<T>::LastSlotTooFarInFuture);
			ensure!(end > <system::Module<T>>::block_number(), Error::<T>::CannotEndInPast);

			let deposit = T::SubmissionDeposit::get();
			let transfer = WithdrawReason::Transfer.into();
			let imb = T::Currency::withdraw(&owner, deposit, transfer, AllowDeath)?;

			let index = FundCount::get();
			let next_index = index.checked_add(1).ok_or(Error::<T>::Overflow)?;

			// No fees are paid here if we need to create this account; that's why we don't just
			// use the stock `transfer`.
			T::Currency::resolve_creating(&Self::fund_account_id(index), imb);

			<Funds<T>>::insert(index, FundInfo {
				parachain: None,
				raised: Zero::zero(),
				last_contribution: LastContribution::Never,
				deploy_data: None,

		/// Contribute to a crowd sale. This will transfer some balance over to fund a parachain
		/// slot. It will be withdrawable in two instances: the parachain becomes retired; or the
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		/// slot is unable to be purchased and the timeout expires.
		fn contribute(origin, #[compact] index: FundIndex, #[compact] value: BalanceOf<T>) {
			let who = ensure_signed(origin)?;

			ensure!(value >= T::MinContribution::get(), Error::<T>::ContributionTooSmall);
			let mut fund = Self::funds(index).ok_or(Error::<T>::InvalidFundIndex)?;
			fund.raised  = fund.raised.checked_add(&value).ok_or(Error::<T>::Overflow)?;
			ensure!(fund.raised <= fund.cap, Error::<T>::CapExceeded);

			// Make sure crowdfund has not ended
			let now = <system::Module<T>>::block_number();
			ensure!(fund.end > now, Error::<T>::ContributionPeriodOver);
			T::Currency::transfer(&who, &Self::fund_account_id(index), value, AllowDeath)?;

			let balance = Self::contribution_get(index, &who);
			let balance = balance.saturating_add(value);
			Self::contribution_put(index, &who, &balance);

			if <slots::Module<T>>::is_ending(now).is_some() {
				match fund.last_contribution {
					// In ending period; must ensure that we are in NewRaise.
					LastContribution::Ending(n) if n == now => {
						// do nothing - already in NewRaise
					_ => {
						NewRaise::mutate(|v| v.push(index));
						fund.last_contribution = LastContribution::Ending(now);
			} else {
				let endings_count = Self::endings_count();
				match fund.last_contribution {
					LastContribution::PreEnding(a) if a == endings_count => {
						// Not in ending period and no auctions have ended ending since our
						// previous bid which was also not in an ending period.
						// `NewRaise` will contain our ID still: Do nothing.
					_ => {
						// Not in ending period; but an auction has been ending since our previous
						// bid, or we never had one to begin with. Add bid.
						NewRaise::mutate(|v| v.push(index));
						fund.last_contribution = LastContribution::PreEnding(endings_count);

			<Funds<T>>::insert(index, &fund);

			Self::deposit_event(RawEvent::Contributed(who, index, value));

		/// Set the deploy data of the funded parachain if not already set. Once set, this cannot
		/// be changed again.
		/// - `origin` must be the fund owner.
		/// - `index` is the fund index that `origin` owns and whose deploy data will be set.
		/// - `code_hash` is the hash of the parachain's Wasm validation function.
		/// - `initial_head_data` is the parachain's initial head data.
		fn fix_deploy_data(origin,
			#[compact] index: FundIndex,
			code_hash: T::Hash,
		) {
			let who = ensure_signed(origin)?;

			let mut fund = Self::funds(index).ok_or(Error::<T>::InvalidFundIndex)?;
			ensure!(fund.owner == who, Error::<T>::InvalidOrigin); // must be fund owner
			ensure!(fund.deploy_data.is_none(), Error::<T>::ExistingDeployData);
			fund.deploy_data = Some(DeployData { code_hash, code_size, initial_head_data });

			<Funds<T>>::insert(index, &fund);

		/// Complete onboarding process for a winning parachain fund. This can be called once by
		/// any origin once a fund wins a slot and the fund has set its deploy data (using
		/// `fix_deploy_data`).
		/// - `index` is the fund index that `origin` owns and whose deploy data will be set.
		/// - `para_id` is the parachain index that this fund won.
		fn onboard(origin,
			#[compact] index: FundIndex,
			#[compact] para_id: ParaId
		) {
			let _ = ensure_signed(origin)?;

			let mut fund = Self::funds(index).ok_or(Error::<T>::InvalidFundIndex)?;
			let DeployData { code_hash, code_size, initial_head_data }
				= fund.clone().deploy_data.ok_or(Error::<T>::UnsetDeployData)?;
			ensure!(fund.parachain.is_none(), Error::<T>::AlreadyOnboard);
			fund.parachain = Some(para_id);

			let fund_origin = system::RawOrigin::Signed(Self::fund_account_id(index)).into();

			<Funds<T>>::insert(index, &fund);

			Self::deposit_event(RawEvent::Onboarded(index, para_id));
		/// Note that a successful fund has lost its parachain slot, and place it into retirement.
		fn begin_retirement(origin, #[compact] index: FundIndex) {
			let _ = ensure_signed(origin)?;

			let mut fund = Self::funds(index).ok_or(Error::<T>::InvalidFundIndex)?;
			let parachain_id = fund.parachain.take().ok_or(Error::<T>::NotParachain)?;
			// No deposit information implies the parachain was off-boarded
			ensure!(<slots::Module<T>>::deposits(parachain_id).len() == 0, Error::<T>::ParaHasDeposit);
			let account = Self::fund_account_id(index);
			// Funds should be returned at the end of off-boarding
			ensure!(T::Currency::free_balance(&account) >= fund.raised, Error::<T>::FundsNotReturned);

			// This fund just ended. Withdrawal period begins.
			let now = <system::Module<T>>::block_number();
			fund.end = now;

			<Funds<T>>::insert(index, &fund);


		/// Withdraw full balance of a contributor to an unsuccessful or off-boarded fund.
		fn withdraw(origin, #[compact] index: FundIndex) {
			let who = ensure_signed(origin)?;

			let mut fund = Self::funds(index).ok_or(Error::<T>::InvalidFundIndex)?;
			ensure!(fund.parachain.is_none(), Error::<T>::FundNotRetired);
			let now = <system::Module<T>>::block_number();

			// `fund.end` can represent the end of a failed crowdsale or the beginning of retirement
			ensure!(now >= fund.end, Error::<T>::FundNotEnded);

			let balance = Self::contribution_get(index, &who);
			ensure!(balance > Zero::zero(), Error::<T>::NoContributions);

			// Avoid using transfer to ensure we don't pay any fees.
			let fund_account = &Self::fund_account_id(index);
			let transfer = WithdrawReason::Transfer.into();
			let imbalance = T::Currency::withdraw(fund_account, balance, transfer, AllowDeath)?;
			let _ = T::Currency::resolve_into_existing(&who, imbalance);

			Self::contribution_kill(index, &who);
			fund.raised = fund.raised.saturating_sub(balance);

			<Funds<T>>::insert(index, &fund);

			Self::deposit_event(RawEvent::Withdrew(who, index, balance));
		/// Remove a fund after either: it was unsuccessful and it timed out; or it was successful
		/// but it has been retired from its parachain slot. This places any deposits that were not
		/// withdrawn into the treasury.
		fn dissolve(origin, #[compact] index: FundIndex) {
			let _ = ensure_signed(origin)?;

			let fund = Self::funds(index).ok_or(Error::<T>::InvalidFundIndex)?;
			ensure!(fund.parachain.is_none(), Error::<T>::HasActiveParachain);
			let now = <system::Module<T>>::block_number();
				now >= fund.end.saturating_add(T::RetirementPeriod::get()),

			let account = Self::fund_account_id(index);

			// Avoid using transfer to ensure we don't pay any fees.
			let transfer = WithdrawReason::Transfer.into();
			let imbalance = T::Currency::withdraw(&account, fund.deposit, transfer, AllowDeath)?;
			let _ = T::Currency::resolve_into_existing(&fund.owner, imbalance);

			let imbalance = T::Currency::withdraw(&account, fund.raised, transfer, AllowDeath)?;


		fn on_finalize(n: T::BlockNumber) {
			if let Some(n) = <slots::Module<T>>::is_ending(n) {
				let auction_index = <slots::Module<T>>::auction_counter();
				if n.is_zero() {
					// first block of ending period.
					EndingsCount::mutate(|c| *c += 1);
				for (fund, index) in NewRaise::take().into_iter().filter_map(|i| Self::funds(i).map(|f| (f, i))) {
					let bidder = slots::Bidder::New(slots::NewBidder {
						who: Self::fund_account_id(index),
						/// FundIndex and slots::SubId happen to be the same type (u32). If this
						/// ever changes, then some sort of conversion will be needed here.
						sub: index,

					// Care needs to be taken by the crowdfund creator that this function will succeed given
					// the crowdfunding configuration. We do some checks ahead of time in crowdfund `create`.
					let _ = <slots::Module<T>>::handle_bid(

impl<T: Trait> Module<T> {
	/// The account ID of the fund pot.
	/// This actually does computation. If you need to keep using it, then make sure you cache the
	/// value and only call this once.
	pub fn fund_account_id(index: FundIndex) -> T::AccountId {
	pub fn id_from_index(index: FundIndex) -> child::ChildInfo {
		let mut buf = Vec::new();
	pub fn contribution_put(index: FundIndex, who: &T::AccountId, balance: &BalanceOf<T>) {
		who.using_encoded(|b| child::put(&Self::id_from_index(index), b, balance));

	pub fn contribution_get(index: FundIndex, who: &T::AccountId) -> BalanceOf<T> {
		who.using_encoded(|b| child::get_or_default::<BalanceOf<T>>(

	pub fn contribution_kill(index: FundIndex, who: &T::AccountId) {
		who.using_encoded(|b| child::kill(&Self::id_from_index(index), b));

	pub fn crowdfund_kill(index: FundIndex) {

mod tests {
	use super::*;

	use std::{collections::HashMap, cell::RefCell};
	use frame_support::{
		impl_outer_origin, assert_ok, assert_noop, parameter_types,
		traits::{OnInitialize, OnFinalize},
	use frame_support::traits::{Contains, ContainsLengthBound};
	use primitives::v0::{Info as ParaInfo, Id as ParaId, Scheduling, ValidationCode};
	// The testing primitives are very useful for avoiding having to work with signatures
	// or public keys. `u64` is used as the `AccountId` and no `Signature`s are requried.
		Perbill, Permill, Percent, testing::Header, DispatchResult,
	use crate::registrar::Registrar;

	impl_outer_origin! {
		pub enum Origin for Test where system = system {}

	// For testing the module, we construct most of a mock runtime. This means
	// first constructing a configuration type (`Test`) which `impl`s each of the
	// configuration traits of modules we want to use.
	#[derive(Clone, Eq, PartialEq)]
	pub struct Test;
	parameter_types! {
		pub const BlockHashCount: u32 = 250;
		pub const MaximumBlockWeight: u32 = 4 * 1024 * 1024;
		pub const MaximumBlockLength: u32 = 4 * 1024 * 1024;
		pub const AvailableBlockRatio: Perbill = Perbill::from_percent(75);
	impl system::Trait for Test {
		type Origin = Origin;
		type Call = ();
		type Index = u64;
		type BlockNumber = u64;
		type Hash = H256;
		type Hashing = BlakeTwo256;
		type AccountId = u64;
		type Lookup = IdentityLookup<Self::AccountId>;
		type Header = Header;
		type Event = ();
		type BlockHashCount = BlockHashCount;
		type MaximumBlockWeight = MaximumBlockWeight;
		type BlockExecutionWeight = ();
		type ExtrinsicBaseWeight = ();
		type MaximumExtrinsicWeight = MaximumBlockWeight;
		type MaximumBlockLength = MaximumBlockLength;
		type AvailableBlockRatio = AvailableBlockRatio;
		type Version = ();
		type ModuleToIndex = ();
		type AccountData = balances::AccountData<u64>;
		type OnNewAccount = ();
		type OnKilledAccount = Balances;
		type SystemWeightInfo = ();
	parameter_types! {
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		pub const ExistentialDeposit: u64 = 1;
	impl balances::Trait for Test {
		type Balance = u64;
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		type Event = ();
		type DustRemoval = ();
		type ExistentialDeposit = ExistentialDeposit;
		type AccountStore = System;
		type WeightInfo = ();

	parameter_types! {
		pub const ProposalBond: Permill = Permill::from_percent(5);
		pub const ProposalBondMinimum: u64 = 1;
		pub const SpendPeriod: u64 = 2;
		pub const Burn: Permill = Permill::from_percent(50);
		pub const TipCountdown: u64 = 1;
		pub const TipFindersFee: Percent = Percent::from_percent(20);
		pub const TipReportDepositBase: u64 = 1;
		pub const TipReportDepositPerByte: u64 = 1;
		pub const TreasuryModuleId: ModuleId = ModuleId(*b"py/trsry");
	pub struct Nobody;
	impl Contains<u64> for Nobody {
		fn contains(_: &u64) -> bool { false }
		fn sorted_members() -> Vec<u64> { vec![] }
		#[cfg(feature = "runtime-benchmarks")]
		fn add(_: &u64) { unimplemented!() }
	impl ContainsLengthBound for Nobody {
		fn min_len() -> usize { 0 }
		fn max_len() -> usize { 0 }
	impl treasury::Trait for Test {
		type Currency = balances::Module<Test>;
		type ApproveOrigin = system::EnsureRoot<u64>;
		type RejectOrigin = system::EnsureRoot<u64>;
		type Event = ();
		type ProposalRejection = ();
		type ProposalBond = ProposalBond;
		type ProposalBondMinimum = ProposalBondMinimum;
		type SpendPeriod = SpendPeriod;
		type Burn = Burn;
		type Tippers = Nobody;
		type TipCountdown = TipCountdown;
		type TipFindersFee = TipFindersFee;
		type TipReportDepositBase = TipReportDepositBase;
		type TipReportDepositPerByte = TipReportDepositPerByte;
		type ModuleId = TreasuryModuleId;
		type WeightInfo = ();

	thread_local! {
		pub static PARACHAIN_COUNT: RefCell<u32> = RefCell::new(0);
		pub static PARACHAINS:
			RefCell<HashMap<u32, (ValidationCode, HeadData)>> = RefCell::new(HashMap::new());
	const MAX_CODE_SIZE: u32 = 100;
	const MAX_HEAD_DATA_SIZE: u32 = 10;

	pub struct TestParachains;
	impl Registrar<u64> for TestParachains {
		fn new_id() -> ParaId {
			PARACHAIN_COUNT.with(|p| {
				*p.borrow_mut() += 1;
				(*p.borrow() - 1).into()
		fn head_data_size_allowed(head_data_size: u32) -> bool {
			head_data_size <= MAX_HEAD_DATA_SIZE

		fn code_size_allowed(code_size: u32) -> bool {
			code_size <= MAX_CODE_SIZE

		fn para_info(_id: ParaId) -> Option<ParaInfo> {
			Some(ParaInfo { scheduling: Scheduling::Always })

		fn register_para(
			id: ParaId,
			_info: ParaInfo,
			code: ValidationCode,
			initial_head_data: HeadData,
		) -> DispatchResult {
			PARACHAINS.with(|p| {
				if p.borrow().contains_key(&id.into()) {
					panic!("ID already exists")
				p.borrow_mut().insert(id.into(), (code, initial_head_data));

		fn deregister_para(id: ParaId) -> DispatchResult {
			PARACHAINS.with(|p| {
				if !p.borrow().contains_key(&id.into()) {
					panic!("ID doesn't exist")

		pub const LeasePeriod: u64 = 10;
		pub const EndingPeriod: u64 = 3;
	impl slots::Trait for Test {
		type Event = ();
		type Currency = Balances;
		type Parachains = TestParachains;
		type LeasePeriod = LeasePeriod;
		type EndingPeriod = EndingPeriod;
		type Randomness = RandomnessCollectiveFlip;
	parameter_types! {
		pub const SubmissionDeposit: u64 = 1;
		pub const MinContribution: u64 = 10;
		pub const RetirementPeriod: u64 = 5;
		pub const CrowdfundModuleId: ModuleId = ModuleId(*b"py/cfund");
	impl Trait for Test {
		type Event = ();
		type SubmissionDeposit = SubmissionDeposit;
		type MinContribution = MinContribution;
		type RetirementPeriod = RetirementPeriod;
		type OrphanedFunds = Treasury;
		type ModuleId = CrowdfundModuleId;

	type System = system::Module<Test>;
	type Balances = balances::Module<Test>;
	type Slots = slots::Module<Test>;
	type Treasury = treasury::Module<Test>;
	type Crowdfund = Module<Test>;
	type RandomnessCollectiveFlip = randomness_collective_flip::Module<Test>;
	use balances::Error as BalancesError;
	use slots::Error as SlotsError;

	// This function basically just builds a genesis storage key/value store according to
	// our desired mockup.
	fn new_test_ext() -> sp_io::TestExternalities {
		let mut t = system::GenesisConfig::default().build_storage::<Test>().unwrap();
			balances: vec![(1, 1000), (2, 2000), (3, 3000), (4, 4000)],
		}.assimilate_storage(&mut t).unwrap();

	fn run_to_block(n: u64) {
		while System::block_number() < n {
			System::set_block_number(System::block_number() + 1);

	fn basic_setup_works() {
		new_test_ext().execute_with(|| {
			assert_eq!(System::block_number(), 0);
			assert_eq!(Crowdfund::fund_count(), 0);
			assert_eq!(Crowdfund::funds(0), None);
			let empty: Vec<FundIndex> = Vec::new();
			assert_eq!(Crowdfund::new_raise(), empty);
			assert_eq!(Crowdfund::contribution_get(0, &1), 0);
			assert_eq!(Crowdfund::endings_count(), 0);

	fn create_works() {
		new_test_ext().execute_with(|| {
			// Now try to create a crowdfund campaign
			assert_ok!(Crowdfund::create(Origin::signed(1), 1000, 1, 4, 9));
			assert_eq!(Crowdfund::fund_count(), 1);
			// This is what the initial `fund_info` should look like
			let fund_info = FundInfo {
				parachain: None,
				owner: 1,
				deposit: 1,
				raised: 0,
				// 5 blocks length + 3 block ending period + 1 starting block
				end: 9,
				cap: 1000,
				last_contribution: LastContribution::Never,
				first_slot: 1,
				last_slot: 4,
				deploy_data: None,
			assert_eq!(Crowdfund::funds(0), Some(fund_info));
			// User has deposit removed from their free balance
			assert_eq!(Balances::free_balance(1), 999);
			// Deposit is placed in crowdfund free balance
			assert_eq!(Balances::free_balance(Crowdfund::fund_account_id(0)), 1);
			// No new raise until first contribution
			let empty: Vec<FundIndex> = Vec::new();
			assert_eq!(Crowdfund::new_raise(), empty);

	fn create_handles_basic_errors() {
		new_test_ext().execute_with(|| {
			// Cannot create a crowdfund with bad slots
				Crowdfund::create(Origin::signed(1), 1000, 4, 1, 9),
				Crowdfund::create(Origin::signed(1), 1000, 1, 5, 9),

			// Cannot create a crowdfund without some deposit funds
				Crowdfund::create(Origin::signed(1337), 1000, 1, 3, 9),
				BalancesError::<Test, _>::InsufficientBalance

	fn contribute_works() {
		new_test_ext().execute_with(|| {
			// Set up a crowdfund
			assert_ok!(Crowdfund::create(Origin::signed(1), 1000, 1, 4, 9));
			assert_eq!(Balances::free_balance(1), 999);
			assert_eq!(Balances::free_balance(Crowdfund::fund_account_id(0)), 1);

			// No contributions yet
			assert_eq!(Crowdfund::contribution_get(0, &1), 0);

			// User 1 contributes to their own crowdfund
			assert_ok!(Crowdfund::contribute(Origin::signed(1), 0, 49));
			// User 1 has spent some funds to do this, transfer fees **are** taken
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			assert_eq!(Balances::free_balance(1), 950);
			// Contributions are stored in the trie
			assert_eq!(Crowdfund::contribution_get(0, &1), 49);
			// Contributions appear in free balance of crowdfund
			assert_eq!(Balances::free_balance(Crowdfund::fund_account_id(0)), 50);
			// Crowdfund is added to NewRaise
			assert_eq!(Crowdfund::new_raise(), vec![0]);

			let fund = Crowdfund::funds(0).unwrap();

			// Last contribution time recorded
			assert_eq!(fund.last_contribution, LastContribution::PreEnding(0));
			assert_eq!(fund.raised, 49);

	fn contribute_handles_basic_errors() {
		new_test_ext().execute_with(|| {
			// Cannot contribute to non-existing fund
			assert_noop!(Crowdfund::contribute(Origin::signed(1), 0, 49), Error::<Test>::InvalidFundIndex);
			// Cannot contribute below minimum contribution
			assert_noop!(Crowdfund::contribute(Origin::signed(1), 0, 9), Error::<Test>::ContributionTooSmall);

			// Set up a crowdfund
			assert_ok!(Crowdfund::create(Origin::signed(1), 1000, 1, 4, 9));
			assert_ok!(Crowdfund::contribute(Origin::signed(1), 0, 101));

			// Cannot contribute past the limit
			assert_noop!(Crowdfund::contribute(Origin::signed(2), 0, 900), Error::<Test>::CapExceeded);

			// Move past end date

			// Cannot contribute to ended fund
			assert_noop!(Crowdfund::contribute(Origin::signed(1), 0, 49), Error::<Test>::ContributionPeriodOver);

	fn fix_deploy_data_works() {
		new_test_ext().execute_with(|| {
			// Set up a crowdfund
			assert_ok!(Crowdfund::create(Origin::signed(1), 1000, 1, 4, 9));
			assert_eq!(Balances::free_balance(1), 999);

			// Add deploy data
				<Test as system::Trait>::Hash::default(),

			let fund = Crowdfund::funds(0).unwrap();

			// Confirm deploy data is stored correctly
				Some(DeployData {
					code_hash: <Test as system::Trait>::Hash::default(),
					code_size: 0,

	fn fix_deploy_data_handles_basic_errors() {
		new_test_ext().execute_with(|| {
			// Set up a crowdfund
			assert_ok!(Crowdfund::create(Origin::signed(1), 1000, 1, 4, 9));
			assert_eq!(Balances::free_balance(1), 999);

			// Cannot set deploy data by non-owner
				<Test as system::Trait>::Hash::default(),

			// Cannot set deploy data to an invalid index
				<Test as system::Trait>::Hash::default(),

			// Cannot set deploy data after it already has been set
				<Test as system::Trait>::Hash::default(),

				<Test as system::Trait>::Hash::default(),

	fn onboard_works() {
		new_test_ext().execute_with(|| {
			// Set up a crowdfund
			assert_ok!(Slots::new_auction(Origin::root(), 5, 1));
			assert_ok!(Crowdfund::create(Origin::signed(1), 1000, 1, 4, 9));
			assert_eq!(Balances::free_balance(1), 999);

			// Add deploy data