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# Copyright (c) 2012 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
"""Crocodile HTML output."""
import os
import shutil
import time
import xml.dom
class CrocHtmlError(Exception):
"""Coverage HTML error."""
class HtmlElement(object):
"""Node in a HTML file."""
def __init__(self, doc, element):
doc: XML document object.
element: XML element.
self.doc = doc
self.element = element
def E(self, name, **kwargs):
"""Adds a child element.
name: Name of element.
kwargs: Attributes for element. To use an attribute which is a python
reserved word (i.e. 'class'), prefix the attribute name with 'e_'.
The child element.
he = HtmlElement(self.doc, self.doc.createElement(name))
element = he.element
for k, v in kwargs.iteritems():
if k.startswith('e_'):
# Remove prefix
element.setAttribute(k[2:], str(v))
element.setAttribute(k, str(v))
return he
def Text(self, text):
"""Adds a text node.
text: Text to add.
t = self.doc.createTextNode(str(text))
return self
class HtmlFile(object):
"""HTML file."""
def __init__(self, xml_impl, filename):
xml_impl: DOMImplementation to use to create document.
filename: Path to file.
self.xml_impl = xml_impl
doctype = xml_impl.createDocumentType(
'HTML', '-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN',
self.doc = xml_impl.createDocument(None, 'html', doctype)
self.filename = filename
# Create head and body elements
root = HtmlElement(self.doc, self.doc.documentElement)
self.head = root.E('head')
self.body = root.E('body')
def Write(self, cleanup=True):
"""Writes the file.
cleanup: If True, calls unlink() on the internal xml document. This
frees up memory, but means that you can't use this file for anything
f = open(self.filename, 'wt')
self.doc.writexml(f, encoding='UTF-8')
if cleanup:
# Prevent future uses of the doc now that we've unlinked it
self.doc = None
COV_TYPE_STRING = {None: 'm', 0: 'i', 1: 'E', 2: ' '}
COV_TYPE_CLASS = {None: 'missing', 0: 'instr', 1: 'covered', 2: ''}
class CrocHtml(object):
"""Crocodile HTML output class."""
def __init__(self, cov, output_root, base_url=None):
self.cov = cov
self.output_root = output_root
self.base_url = base_url
self.xml_impl = xml.dom.getDOMImplementation()
self.time_string = 'Coverage information generated %s.' % time.asctime()
def CreateHtmlDoc(self, filename, title):
"""Creates a new HTML document.
filename: Filename to write to, relative to self.output_root.
title: Title of page
The document.
f = HtmlFile(self.xml_impl, self.output_root + '/' + filename)
if self.base_url:
css_href = self.base_url + 'croc.css'
base_href = self.base_url + os.path.dirname(filename)
if not base_href.endswith('/'):
base_href += '/'
f.head.E('base', href=base_href)
css_href = '../' * (len(filename.split('/')) - 1) + 'croc.css'
f.head.E('link', rel='stylesheet', type='text/css', href=css_href)
return f
def AddCaptionForFile(self, body, path):
"""Adds a caption for the file, with links to each parent dir.
body: Body elemement.
path: Path to file.
# This is slightly different that for subdir, because it needs to have a
# link to the current directory's index.html.
hdr = body.E('h2')
hdr.Text('Coverage for ')
dirs = [''] + path.split('/')
num_dirs = len(dirs)
for i in range(num_dirs - 1):
hdr.E('a', href=(
'../' * (num_dirs - i - 2) + 'index.html')).Text(dirs[i] + '/')
def AddCaptionForSubdir(self, body, path):
"""Adds a caption for the subdir, with links to each parent dir.
body: Body elemement.
path: Path to subdir.
# Link to parent dirs
hdr = body.E('h2')
hdr.Text('Coverage for ')
dirs = [''] + path.split('/')
num_dirs = len(dirs)
for i in range(num_dirs - 1):
hdr.E('a', href=(
'../' * (num_dirs - i - 1) + 'index.html')).Text(dirs[i] + '/')
hdr.Text(dirs[-1] + '/')
def AddSectionHeader(self, table, caption, itemtype, is_file=False):
"""Adds a section header to the coverage table.
table: Table to add rows to.
caption: Caption for section, if not None.
itemtype: Type of items in this section, if not None.
is_file: Are items in this section files?
if caption is not None:
table.E('tr').E('th', e_class='secdesc', colspan=8).Text(caption)
sec_hdr = table.E('tr')
if itemtype is not None:
sec_hdr.E('th', e_class='section').Text(itemtype)
sec_hdr.E('th', e_class='section').Text('Coverage')
sec_hdr.E('th', e_class='section', colspan=3).Text(
'Lines executed / instrumented / missing')
graph = sec_hdr.E('th', e_class='section')
graph.E('span', style='color:#00FF00').Text('exe')
graph.Text(' / ')
graph.E('span', style='color:#FFFF00').Text('inst')
graph.Text(' / ')
graph.E('span', style='color:#FF0000').Text('miss')
if is_file:
sec_hdr.E('th', e_class='section').Text('Language')
sec_hdr.E('th', e_class='section').Text('Group')
sec_hdr.E('th', e_class='section', colspan=2)
def AddItem(self, table, itemname, stats, attrs, link=None):
"""Adds a bar graph to the element. This is a series of <td> elements.
table: Table to add item to.
itemname: Name of item.
stats: Stats object.
attrs: Attributes dictionary; if None, no attributes will be printed.
link: Destination for itemname hyperlink, if not None.
row = table.E('tr')
# Add item name
if itemname is not None:
item_elem = row.E('td')
if link is not None:
item_elem = item_elem.E('a', href=link)
# Get stats
stat_exe = stats.get('lines_executable', 0)
stat_ins = stats.get('lines_instrumented', 0)
stat_cov = stats.get('lines_covered', 0)
percent = row.E('td')
# Add text
row.E('td', e_class='number').Text(stat_cov)
row.E('td', e_class='number').Text(stat_ins)
row.E('td', e_class='number').Text(stat_exe - stat_ins)
# Add percent and graph; only fill in if there's something in there
graph = row.E('td', e_class='graph', width=100)
if stat_exe:
percent_cov = 100.0 * stat_cov / stat_exe
percent_ins = 100.0 * stat_ins / stat_exe
# Color percent based on thresholds
percent.Text('%.1f%%' % percent_cov)
if percent_cov >= 80:
percent.element.setAttribute('class', 'high_pct')
elif percent_cov >= 60:
percent.element.setAttribute('class', 'mid_pct')
percent.element.setAttribute('class', 'low_pct')
# Graphs use integer values
percent_cov = int(percent_cov)
percent_ins = int(percent_ins)
graph.E('span', style='padding-left:%dpx' % percent_cov,
graph.E('span', style='padding-left:%dpx' % (percent_ins - percent_cov),
graph.E('span', style='padding-left:%dpx' % (100 - percent_ins),
if attrs:
row.E('td', e_class='stat').Text(attrs.get('language'))
row.E('td', e_class='stat').Text(attrs.get('group'))
row.E('td', colspan=2)
def WriteFile(self, cov_file):
"""Writes the HTML for a file.
cov_file: croc.CoveredFile to write.
print ' ' + cov_file.filename
title = 'Coverage for ' + cov_file.filename
f = self.CreateHtmlDoc(cov_file.filename + '.html', title)
body = f.body
# Write header section
self.AddCaptionForFile(body, cov_file.filename)
# Summary for this file
table = body.E('table')
self.AddSectionHeader(table, None, None, is_file=True)
self.AddItem(table, None, cov_file.stats, cov_file.attrs)
body.E('h2').Text('Line-by-line coverage:')
# Print line-by-line coverage
if cov_file.local_path:
code_table = body.E('table').E('tr').E('td').E('pre')
flines = open(cov_file.local_path, 'rt')
lineno = 0
for line in flines:
lineno += 1
line_cov = cov_file.lines.get(lineno, 2)
e_class = COV_TYPE_CLASS.get(line_cov)
code_table.E('span', e_class=e_class).Text('%4d %s : %s\n' % (
body.Text('Line-by-line coverage not available. Make sure the directory'
' containing this file has been scanned via ')
body.Text(' in a configuration file, or the ')
body.Text(' command line option.')
# TODO: if file doesn't have a local path, try to find it by
# reverse-mapping roots and searching for the file.
body.E('p', e_class='time').Text(self.time_string)
def WriteSubdir(self, cov_dir):
"""Writes the index.html for a subdirectory.
cov_dir: croc.CoveredDir to write.
print ' ' + cov_dir.dirpath + '/'
# Create the subdir if it doesn't already exist
subdir = self.output_root + '/' + cov_dir.dirpath
if not os.path.exists(subdir):
if cov_dir.dirpath:
title = 'Coverage for ' + cov_dir.dirpath + '/'
f = self.CreateHtmlDoc(cov_dir.dirpath + '/index.html', title)
title = 'Coverage summary'
f = self.CreateHtmlDoc('index.html', title)
body = f.body
dirs = [''] + cov_dir.dirpath.split('/')
num_dirs = len(dirs)
sort_jsfile = '../' * (num_dirs - 1) + 'sorttable.js'
script = body.E('script', src=sort_jsfile)
# Write header section
if cov_dir.dirpath:
self.AddCaptionForSubdir(body, cov_dir.dirpath)
table = body.E('table', e_class='sortable')
table.E('h3').Text('Coverage by Group')
# Coverage by group
self.AddSectionHeader(table, None, 'Group')
for group in sorted(cov_dir.stats_by_group):
self.AddItem(table, group, cov_dir.stats_by_group[group], None)
# List subdirs
if cov_dir.subdirs:
table = body.E('table', e_class='sortable')
self.AddSectionHeader(table, None, 'Subdirectory')
for d in sorted(cov_dir.subdirs):
self.AddItem(table, d + '/', cov_dir.subdirs[d].stats_by_group['all'],
None, link=d + '/index.html')
# List files
if cov_dir.files:
table = body.E('table', e_class='sortable')
table.E('h3').Text('Files in This Directory')
self.AddSectionHeader(table, None, 'Filename',
for filename in sorted(cov_dir.files):
cov_file = cov_dir.files[filename]
self.AddItem(table, filename, cov_file.stats, cov_file.attrs,
link=filename + '.html')
body.E('p', e_class='time').Text(self.time_string)
def WriteRoot(self):
"""Writes the files in the output root."""
# Find ourselves
src_dir = os.path.split(self.WriteRoot.func_code.co_filename)[0]
# Files to copy into output root
copy_files = ['croc.css']
# Third_party files to copy into output root
third_party_files = ['sorttable.js']
# Copy files from our directory into the output directory
for copy_file in copy_files:
print ' Copying %s' % copy_file
shutil.copyfile(os.path.join(src_dir, copy_file),
os.path.join(self.output_root, copy_file))
# Copy third party files from third_party directory into
# the output directory
src_dir = os.path.join(src_dir, 'third_party')
for third_party_file in third_party_files:
print ' Copying %s' % third_party_file
shutil.copyfile(os.path.join(src_dir, third_party_file),
os.path.join(self.output_root, third_party_file))
def Write(self):
"""Writes HTML output."""
print 'Writing HTML to %s...' % self.output_root
# Loop through the tree and write subdirs, breadth-first
# TODO: switch to depth-first and sort values - makes nicer output?
todo = [self.cov.tree]
while todo:
cov_dir = todo.pop(0)
# Append subdirs to todo list
todo += cov_dir.subdirs.values()
# Write this subdir
# Write files in this subdir
for cov_file in cov_dir.files.itervalues():
# Write files in root directory