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# Copyright (c) 2011 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.
"""Helper functions common to native test runners."""
import logging
import optparse
import os
import subprocess
import sys
# TODO(michaelbai): Move constant definitions like below to a common file.
FORWARDER_PATH = '/data/local/tmp/forwarder'
CHROME_DIR = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(sys.path[0], '..', '..'))
def IsRunningAsBuildbot():
"""Returns True if we are currently running on buildbot; False otherwise."""
return bool(os.getenv('BUILDBOT_BUILDERNAME'))
def ReportBuildbotLink(label, url):
"""Adds a link with name |label| linking to |url| to current buildbot step.
label: A string with the name of the label.
url: A string of the URL.
if IsRunningAsBuildbot():
print '@@@STEP_LINK@%s@%s@@@' % (label, url)
def ReportBuildbotMsg(msg):
"""Appends |msg| to the current buildbot step text.
msg: String to be appended.
if IsRunningAsBuildbot():
print '@@@STEP_TEXT@%s@@@' % msg
def ReportBuildbotError():
"""Marks the current step as failed."""
if IsRunningAsBuildbot():
print '@@@STEP_FAILURE@@@'
def GetExpectations(file_name):
"""Returns a list of test names in the |file_name| test expectations file."""
if not file_name or not os.path.exists(file_name):
return []
return [x for x in [x.strip() for x in file(file_name).readlines()]
if x and x[0] != '#']
def SetLogLevel(verbose_count):
"""Sets log level as |verbose_count|."""
log_level = logging.WARNING # Default.
if verbose_count == 1:
log_level = logging.INFO
elif verbose_count >= 2:
log_level = logging.DEBUG
def CreateTestRunnerOptionParser(usage=None, default_timeout=60):
"""Returns a new OptionParser with arguments applicable to all tests."""
option_parser = optparse.OptionParser(usage=usage)
option_parser.add_option('-t', dest='timeout',
help='Timeout to wait for each test',
option_parser.add_option('-c', dest='cleanup_test_files',
help='Cleanup test files on the device after run',
help='Verbose level (multiple times for more)')
help='Run the test under a tool '
'(use --tool help to list them)')
return option_parser
def ForwardDevicePorts(adb, ports, host_name=''):
"""Forwards a TCP port on the device back to the host.
Works like adb forward, but in reverse.
adb: Instance of AndroidCommands for talking to the device.
ports: A list of tuples (device_port, host_port) to forward.
host_name: Optional. Address to forward to, must be addressable from the
host machine. Usually this is omitted and loopback is used.
subprocess instance connected to the forwarder process on the device.
os.path.join(CHROME_DIR, 'out', 'Release', 'forwarder'), FORWARDER_PATH)
forward_string = ['%d:%d:%s' %
(device, host, host_name) for device, host in ports]"Forwarding ports: %s" % (forward_string))
return subprocess.Popen(
['adb', '-s', adb._adb.GetSerialNumber(),
'shell', '%s -D %s' % (FORWARDER_PATH, ' '.join(forward_string))])
def IsDevicePortUsed(adb, device_port):
"""Checks whether the specified device port is used or not.
adb: Instance of AndroidCommands for talking to the device.
device_port: Port on device we want to check.
True if the port on device is already used, otherwise returns False.
base_url = '' % device_port
netstat_results = adb.RunShellCommand('netstat')
for single_connect in netstat_results:
# Column 3 is the local address which we want to check with.
if single_connect.split()[3] == base_url:
return True
return False