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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.
#include <stdint.h>
#include <string>
#include "ppapi/utility/completion_callback_factory.h"
#if defined(__native_client__)
#include "ppapi/cpp/instance.h"
#include "ppapi/cpp/private/instance_private.h"
// Windows defines 'PostMessage', so we have to undef it.
#ifdef PostMessage
#undef PostMessage
class TestCase;
// How signaling works:
// We want to signal to the Chrome browser test harness
// (chrome/test/ppapi/ that we're making progress and when
// we're done. This is done using the DOM controlller. The browser test waits
// for a message from it. We don't want to have a big wait for all tests in a
// TestCase since they can take a while and it might timeout. So we send it
// pings between each test to tell it that we're still running tests and aren't
// stuck.
// If the value of the message is "..." then that tells the test runner that
// the test is progressing. It then waits for the next message until it either
// times out or the value is something other than "...". In this case, the value
// will be either "PASS" or "FAIL [optional message]" corresponding to the
// outcome of the entire test case. Timeout will be treated just like a failure
// of the entire test case and the test will be terminated.
// In trusted builds, we use InstancePrivate and allow tests that use
// synchronous scripting. NaCl does not support synchronous scripting.
class TestingInstance : public
#if defined(__native_client__)
pp::Instance {
pp::InstancePrivate {
explicit TestingInstance(PP_Instance instance);
virtual ~TestingInstance();
// pp::Instance override.
virtual bool Init(uint32_t argc, const char* argn[], const char* argv[]);
virtual void DidChangeView(const pp::View& view);
virtual bool HandleInputEvent(const pp::InputEvent& event);
#if !(defined __native_client__)
virtual pp::Var GetInstanceObject();
// Outputs the information from one test run, using the format
// <test_name> [PASS|FAIL <error_message>]
// You should generally use one of the RUN_TEST* macros in test_case.h
// instead.
// If error_message is empty, we say the test passed and emit PASS. If
// error_message is nonempty, the test failed with that message as the error
// string.
// Intended usage:
// PP_TimeTicks start_time(core.GetTimeTicks());
// LogTest("Foo", FooTest(), start_time);
// Where FooTest is defined as:
// std::string FooTest() {
// if (something_horrible_happened)
// return "Something horrible happened";
// return "";
// }
// NOTE: It's important to get the start time in the previous line, rather
// than calling GetTimeTicks in the LogTestLine. There's no guarantee
// that GetTimeTicks will be evaluated before FooTest().
void LogTest(const std::string& test_name,
const std::string& error_message,
PP_TimeTicks start_time);
const std::string& current_test_name() { return current_test_name_; }
// Appends an error message to the log.
void AppendError(const std::string& message);
// Passes the message_data through to the HandleMessage method on the
// TestClass object that's associated with this instance.
virtual void HandleMessage(const pp::Var& message_data);
const std::string& protocol() {
return protocol_;
int ssl_server_port() { return ssl_server_port_; }
const std::string& websocket_host() { return websocket_host_; }
int websocket_port() { return websocket_port_; }
// Posts a message to the test page to eval() the script.
void EvalScript(const std::string& script);
// Sets the given cookie in the current document.
void SetCookie(const std::string& name, const std::string& value);
void ReportProgress(const std::string& progress_value);
// Logs the amount of time that a given test took to run. This is to help
// debug test timeouts that occur in automated testing.
void LogTestTime(const std::string& test_time);
// Add a post-condition to the JavaScript on the test_case.html page. This
// JavaScript code will be run after the instance is shut down and must
// evaluate to |true| or the test will fail.
void AddPostCondition(const std::string& script);
// See doc for |remove_plugin_|.
void set_remove_plugin(bool remove) { remove_plugin_ = remove; }
void ExecuteTests(int32_t unused);
// Creates a new TestCase for the give test name, or NULL if there is no such
// test. Ownership is passed to the caller. The given string is split by '_'.
// The test case name is the first part.
TestCase* CaseForTestName(const std::string& name);
// Sends a test command to the page using PostMessage.
void SendTestCommand(const std::string& command);
void SendTestCommand(const std::string& command, const std::string& params);
// Appends a list of available tests to the console in the document.
void LogAvailableTests();
// Appends the given error test to the console in the document.
void LogError(const std::string& text);
// Appends the given HTML string to the console in the document.
void LogHTML(const std::string& html);
pp::CompletionCallbackFactory<TestingInstance> callback_factory_;
// Owning pointer to the current test case. Valid after Init has been called.
TestCase* current_case_;
std::string current_test_name_;
// A filter to use when running tests. This is passed to 'RunTests', which
// runs only tests whose name contains test_filter_ as a substring.
std::string test_filter_;
// Set once the tests are run so we know not to re-run when the view is sized.
bool executed_tests_;
// The number of tests executed so far.
int32_t number_tests_executed_;
// Collects all errors to send the the browser. Empty indicates no error yet.
std::string errors_;
// True if running in Native Client.
bool nacl_mode_;
// String representing the protocol. Used for detecting whether we're running
// with http.
std::string protocol_;
// SSL server port.
int ssl_server_port_;
// WebSocket host.
std::string websocket_host_;
// WebSocket port.
int websocket_port_;
// At the end of each set of tests, the plugin is removed from the web-page.
// However, for some tests, it is desirable to not remove the plguin from the
// page.
bool remove_plugin_;