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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 <windows.h>
#include <string>
#include "base/scoped_temp_dir.h"
#include "base/string_util.h"
#include "base/stringprintf.h"
#include "base/utf_string_conversions.h"
#include "base/win/scoped_handle.h"
#include "chrome_frame/chrome_tab.h"
#include "chrome_frame/test/chrome_frame_test_utils.h"
#include "chrome_frame/test/test_server.h"
#include "testing/gtest/include/gtest/gtest.h"
#include "testing/gmock/include/gmock/gmock.h"
// Specifies the invocation method for CF.
class CFInvocation {
enum Type {
NONE = 0,
CFInvocation(): method_(NONE) {}
explicit CFInvocation(Type method): method_(method) {}
// Convience methods for creating this class.
static CFInvocation None() { return CFInvocation(NONE); }
static CFInvocation MetaTag() { return CFInvocation(META_TAG); }
static CFInvocation HttpHeader() { return CFInvocation(HTTP_HEADER); }
// Returns whether this page does invoke CF.
bool invokes_cf() const {
return method_ != NONE;
Type type() const { return method_; }
Type method_;
// An interface for listeners of interesting events on a MockWebServer.
class WebServerListener {
virtual ~WebServerListener() {}
// Invoked when a MockWebServer receives an expected response; see
// MockWebServer::ExpectAndHandlePostedResult.
virtual void OnExpectedResponse() = 0;
// Simple Gmock friendly web server. Sample usage:
// MockWebServer mock(9999, "");
// EXPECT_CALL(mock, Get(_, StrEq("/favicon.ico"), _)).WillRepeatedly(SendFast(
// "HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found"
// "text/html; charset=UTF-8", EmptyString()));
// EXPECT_CALL(mock, Get(_, StrEq("/book"), _)).WillRepeatedly(Send(
// "HTTP/1.1 302 Found\r\n"
// "Connection: close\r\n"
// "Content-Type: text/html\r\n"
// "Location: library\r\n",
// "<html>Lalalala</html>", 3, 1000));
// EXPECT_CALL(mock, Get(_, StrEq("/library"), _)).WillRepeatedly(Send(
// "HTTP/1.1 200 OK\r\n"
// "Connection: close\r\n"
// "Content-Type: text/html\r\n",
// "<html><meta http-equiv=\"X-UA-Compatible\" content=\"chrome=1\" />"
// "<body>Rendered in CF.</body></html>", 4, 1000));
class MockWebServer : public test_server::HTTPTestServer {
MockWebServer(int port, const std::wstring& address, FilePath root_dir)
: test_server::HTTPTestServer(port, address, root_dir), listener_(NULL) {}
// Overriden from test_server::HTTPTestServer.
MOCK_METHOD3(Get, void(test_server::ConfigurableConnection* connection,
const std::wstring& path,
const test_server::Request& r));
MOCK_METHOD3(Post, void(test_server::ConfigurableConnection* connection,
const std::wstring& path,
const test_server::Request& r));
// Expect a GET request for |url|. Respond with the file appropriate for
// the given |url|. Modify the file to follow the given CFInvocation method.
// The response includes a no-cache header. |allow_meta_tag_double_req|
// specifies whether to allow the request to happen twice if the invocation
// is using the CF meta tag.
void ExpectAndServeRequest(CFInvocation invocation, const std::wstring& url);
// Expect a number of GET requests for |url|. Rest is similar to the function
// ExpectAndServeRequest.
void ExpectAndServeRequestWithCardinality(CFInvocation invocation,
const std::wstring& url,
testing::Cardinality cardinality);
// Same as above except do not include the no-cache header.
void ExpectAndServeRequestAllowCache(CFInvocation invocation,
const std::wstring& url);
// Expect any number of GETs for the given resource path (e.g, /favicon.ico)
// and respond with the file, if it exists, or a 404 if it does not.
void ExpectAndServeRequestAnyNumberTimes(CFInvocation invocation,
const std::wstring& path_prefix);
void set_listener(WebServerListener* listener) { listener_ = listener; }
// Expect a POST to an URL containing |post_suffix|, saving the response
// contents for retrieval by posted_result(). Invokes the listener's
// OnExpectedResponse method if the posted response matches the expected
// result.
void ExpectAndHandlePostedResult(CFInvocation invocation,
const std::wstring& post_suffix);
// Expect and serve all incoming GET requests.
void ExpectAndServeAnyRequests(CFInvocation invocation) {
ExpectAndServeRequestAnyNumberTimes(invocation, L"");
// Send a response on the given connection appropriate for |resource_uri|.
// If the file referred to by |path| exists, send the file data, otherwise
// send 404. Modify the file data according to the given invocation method.
void SendResponseHelper(test_server::ConfigurableConnection* connection,
const std::wstring& resource_uri,
const test_server::Request& request,
CFInvocation invocation,
bool add_no_cache_header);
// Handles the posted /writefile response
void HandlePostedResponse(test_server::ConfigurableConnection* connection,
const test_server::Request& request);
void ClearResults() {
void set_expected_result(const std::string& expected_result) {
expected_result_ = expected_result;
const std::string& posted_result() const {
return posted_result_;
WebServerListener* listener_;
// Holds the results of tests which post success/failure.
std::string posted_result_;
std::string expected_result_;
class MockWebServerListener : public WebServerListener {
MOCK_METHOD0(OnExpectedResponse, void());
// Class that:
// 1) Starts the local webserver,
// 2) Supports launching browsers - Internet Explorer with local url
// 3) Wait the webserver to finish. It is supposed the test webpage to shutdown
// the server by navigating to "kill" page
// 4) Supports read the posted results from the test webpage to the "dump"
// webserver directory
class ChromeFrameTestWithWebServer : public testing::Test {
enum BrowserKind { INVALID, IE, CHROME };
bool LaunchBrowser(BrowserKind browser, const wchar_t* url);
// Returns true if the test completed in time, or false if it timed out.
bool WaitForTestToComplete(base::TimeDelta duration);
// Waits for the page to notify us of the window.onload event firing.
// Note that the milliseconds value is only approximate.
bool WaitForOnLoad(int milliseconds);
// Launches the specified browser and waits for the test to complete (see
// WaitForTestToComplete). Then checks that the outcome is equal to the
// expected result. The test is repeated once if it fails due to a timeout.
// This function uses EXPECT_TRUE and ASSERT_TRUE for all steps performed
// hence no return value.
void SimpleBrowserTestExpectedResult(BrowserKind browser,
const wchar_t* page, const char* result);
void SimpleBrowserTest(BrowserKind browser, const wchar_t* page);
// Sets up expectations for a page to post back a result.
void ExpectAndHandlePostedResult();
// Test if chrome frame correctly reports its version.
void VersionTest(BrowserKind browser, const wchar_t* page);
void CloseBrowser();
// Ensures (well, at least tries to ensure) that the browser window has focus.
bool BringBrowserToTop();
const FilePath& GetCFTestFilePath() {
return test_file_path_;
static chrome_frame_test::TimedMsgLoop& loop() {
return *loop_;
static testing::StrictMock<MockWebServerListener>& listener_mock() {
return *listener_mock_;
static testing::StrictMock<MockWebServer>& server_mock() {
return *server_mock_;
static void SetUpTestCase();
static void TearDownTestCase();
static const FilePath& GetChromeUserDataDirectory();
virtual void SetUp() OVERRIDE;
virtual void TearDown() OVERRIDE;
// The on-disk path to our html test files.
static FilePath test_file_path_;
static FilePath results_dir_;
static FilePath CFInstall_path_;
static FilePath CFInstance_path_;
static FilePath chrome_user_data_dir_;
// The user data directory used for Chrome instances.
static ScopedTempDir temp_dir_;
// The web server from which we serve the web!
static chrome_frame_test::TimedMsgLoop* loop_;
static testing::StrictMock<MockWebServerListener>* listener_mock_;
static testing::StrictMock<MockWebServer>* server_mock_;
BrowserKind browser_;
base::win::ScopedHandle browser_handle_;
// A helper class for doing some bookkeeping when using the
// SimpleWebServer class.
class SimpleWebServerTest {
explicit SimpleWebServerTest(int port) : server_(port), port_(port) {
~SimpleWebServerTest() {
template <class ResponseClass>
void PopulateStaticFileListT(const wchar_t* pages[], int count,
const FilePath& directory) {
for (int i = 0; i < count; ++i) {
server_.AddResponse(new ResponseClass(
base::StringPrintf("/%ls", pages[i]).c_str(),
std::wstring FormatHttpPath(const wchar_t* document_path) {
return base::StringPrintf(L"http://localhost:%i/%ls", port_,
// Returns the last client request object.
// Under normal circumstances this will be the request for /quit.
const test_server::Request& last_request() const {
const test_server::ConnectionList& connections = server_.connections();
const test_server::Connection* c = connections.back();
return c->request();
bool FindRequest(const std::string& path,
const test_server::Request** request) {
test_server::ConnectionList::const_iterator index;
for (index = server_.connections().begin();
index != server_.connections().end(); index++) {
const test_server::Connection* connection = *index;
if (!lstrcmpiA(connection->request().path().c_str(), path.c_str())) {
if (request)
*request = &connection->request();
return true;
return false;
// Counts the number of times a page was requested.
// Optionally checks if the request method for each is equal to
// |expected_method|. If expected_method is NULL no such check is made.
int GetRequestCountForPage(const wchar_t* page, const char* expected_method) {
// Check how many requests we got for the cf page.
test_server::ConnectionList::const_iterator it;
int requests = 0;
const test_server::ConnectionList& connections = server_.connections();
for (it = connections.begin(); it != connections.end(); ++it) {
const test_server::Connection* c = (*it);
const test_server::Request& r = c->request();
if (!r.path().empty() &&
ASCIIToWide(r.path().substr(1)).compare(page) == 0) {
if (expected_method) {
EXPECT_EQ(expected_method, r.method());
return requests;
test_server::SimpleWebServer* web_server() {
return &server_;
test_server::SimpleWebServer server_;
int port_;
ACTION_P2(SendFast, headers, content) {
arg0->Send(headers, content);
ACTION_P4(Send, headers, content, chunk, timeout) {
test_server::ConfigurableConnection::SendOptions options(
ACTION_P4(SendSlow, headers, content, chunk, timeout) {
test_server::ConfigurableConnection::SendOptions options(
test_server::ConfigurableConnection::SendOptions::DELAYED, chunk, timeout);
// Sends a response with the file data for the given path, if the file exists,
// or a 404 if the file does not. This response includes a no-cache header.
ACTION_P2(SendResponse, server, invocation) {
server->SendResponseHelper(arg0, arg1, arg2, invocation, true);
// Same as above except that the response does not include the no-cache header.
ACTION_P2(SendAllowCacheResponse, server, invocation) {
server->SendResponseHelper(arg0, arg1, invocation, false);
ACTION_P2(HandlePostedResponseHelper, server, invocation) {
server->HandlePostedResponse(arg0, arg2);