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#!/usr/bin/python
# 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.
# drmemory_analyze.py
''' Given a Dr. Memory output file, parses errors and uniques them.'''
import logging
import optparse
import os
import re
import subprocess
import sys
import time
class _StackTraceLine(object):
def __init__(self, line, address, binary):
self.raw_line_ = line
self.address = address
self.binary = binary
def __str__(self):
return self.raw_line_
class DrMemoryAnalyze:
''' Given a set of Dr.Memory output files, parse all the errors out of
them, unique them and output the results.'''
def __init__(self, source_dir, files):
'''Reads in a set of files.
Args:
source_dir: Path to top of source tree for this build
files: A list of filenames.
'''
self.reports = []
self.used_suppressions = []
for file in files:
self.ParseReportFile(file)
def ReadLine(self):
self.line_ = self.cur_fd_.readline()
self.stack_trace_line_ = None
def ReadSection(self):
result = [self.line_]
self.ReadLine()
while len(self.line_.strip()) > 0:
result.append(self.line_)
self.ReadLine()
return result
def ParseReportFile(self, filename):
self.cur_fd_ = open(filename, 'r')
while True:
self.ReadLine()
if (self.line_ == ''): break
if re.search("FINAL SUMMARY:", self.line_):
# No more reports since this point.
break
tmp = []
match = re.search("^Error #[0-9]+: (.*)", self.line_)
if match:
self.line_ = match.groups()[0].strip() + "\n"
tmp.extend(self.ReadSection())
self.reports.append(tmp)
elif self.line_.startswith("ASSERT FAILURE"):
self.reports.append(self.line_.strip())
while True:
self.ReadLine();
if (self.line_ == ''): break
if re.search("SUPPRESSIONS USED:", self.line_):
self.ReadLine()
while self.line_.strip() != "":
line = self.line_.strip()
(count, name) = re.match(" *([0-9]+)x(?: \(leaked .*\))?: (.*)",
line).groups()
self.used_suppressions.append("%7s %s" % (count, name))
self.ReadLine()
break
self.cur_fd_.close()
def Report(self, check_sanity):
sys.stdout.flush()
#TODO(timurrrr): support positive tests / check_sanity==True
if self.used_suppressions:
print "-----------------------------------------------------"
# TODO(timurrrr): sum up the counts from different wrappers (e.g. ui_tests)
# or does it work now already? Or add the memcheck-like per-test printing.
print "Suppressions used:\n count name\n%s" % (
"\n".join(self.used_suppressions))
print "-----------------------------------------------------"
sys.stdout.flush()
if len(self.reports) > 0:
logging.error("Found %i error reports" % len(self.reports))
for report_list in self.reports:
report = ''
for line in report_list:
report += str(line)
logging.error('\n' + report)
logging.error("Total: %i error reports" % len(self.reports))
return -1
logging.info("PASS: No error reports found")
return 0
if __name__ == '__main__':
'''For testing only. The DrMemoryAnalyze class should be imported instead.'''
retcode = 0
parser = optparse.OptionParser("usage: %prog [options] <files to analyze>")
parser.add_option("", "--source_dir",
help="path to top of source tree for this build"
"(used to normalize source paths in baseline)")
(options, args) = parser.parse_args()
if len(args) == 0:
parser.error("no filename specified")
filenames = args
analyzer = DrMemoryAnalyze(options.source_dir, filenames)
retcode = analyzer.Report(False)
sys.exit(retcode)