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#!/usr/bin/env python
# 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.
import os
import re
import unittest
import PRESUBMIT
class MockInputApi(object):
def __init__(self):
self.re = re
self.os_path = os.path
class MockFile(object):
def __init__(self, local_path, new_contents):
self._local_path = local_path
self._new_contents = new_contents
self._changed_contents = [(i + 1, l) for i, l in enumerate(new_contents)]
def ChangedContents(self):
return self._changed_contents
def NewContents(self):
return self._new_contents
def LocalPath(self):
return self._local_path
class IncludeOrderTest(unittest.TestCase):
def testSystemHeaderOrder(self):
scope = [(1, '#include <csystem.h>'),
(2, '#include <cppsystem>'),
(3, '#include "acustom.h"')]
all_linenums = [linenum for (linenum, _) in scope]
mock_input_api = MockInputApi()
warnings = PRESUBMIT._CheckIncludeOrderForScope(scope, mock_input_api,
'', all_linenums)
self.assertEqual(0, len(warnings))
def testSystemHeaderOrderMismatch1(self):
scope = [(10, '#include <cppsystem>'),
(20, '#include <csystem.h>'),
(30, '#include "acustom.h"')]
all_linenums = [linenum for (linenum, _) in scope]
mock_input_api = MockInputApi()
warnings = PRESUBMIT._CheckIncludeOrderForScope(scope, mock_input_api,
'', all_linenums)
self.assertEqual(1, len(warnings))
self.assertTrue('20' in warnings[0])
def testSystemHeaderOrderMismatch2(self):
scope = [(10, '#include <cppsystem>'),
(20, '#include "acustom.h"'),
(30, '#include <csystem.h>')]
all_linenums = [linenum for (linenum, _) in scope]
mock_input_api = MockInputApi()
warnings = PRESUBMIT._CheckIncludeOrderForScope(scope, mock_input_api,
'', all_linenums)
self.assertEqual(1, len(warnings))
self.assertTrue('30' in warnings[0])
def testSystemHeaderOrderMismatch3(self):
scope = [(10, '#include "acustom.h"'),
(20, '#include <csystem.h>'),
(30, '#include <cppsystem>')]
all_linenums = [linenum for (linenum, _) in scope]
mock_input_api = MockInputApi()
warnings = PRESUBMIT._CheckIncludeOrderForScope(scope, mock_input_api,
'', all_linenums)
self.assertEqual(2, len(warnings))
self.assertTrue('20' in warnings[0])
self.assertTrue('30' in warnings[1])
def testAlphabeticalOrderMismatch(self):
scope = [(10, '#include <csystem.h>'),
(15, '#include <bsystem.h>'),
(20, '#include <cppsystem>'),
(25, '#include <bppsystem>'),
(30, '#include "bcustom.h"'),
(35, '#include "acustom.h"')]
all_linenums = [linenum for (linenum, _) in scope]
mock_input_api = MockInputApi()
warnings = PRESUBMIT._CheckIncludeOrderForScope(scope, mock_input_api,
'', all_linenums)
self.assertEqual(3, len(warnings))
self.assertTrue('15' in warnings[0])
self.assertTrue('25' in warnings[1])
self.assertTrue('35' in warnings[2])
def testSpecialFirstInclude1(self):
mock_input_api = MockInputApi()
contents = ['#include "some/path/foo.h"',
'#include "a/header.h"']
mock_file = MockFile('some/path/foo.cc', contents)
warnings = PRESUBMIT._CheckIncludeOrderInFile(
mock_input_api, mock_file, True, range(1, len(contents) + 1))
self.assertEqual(0, len(warnings))
def testSpecialFirstInclude2(self):
mock_input_api = MockInputApi()
contents = ['#include "some/other/path/foo.h"',
'#include "a/header.h"']
mock_file = MockFile('some/path/foo.cc', contents)
warnings = PRESUBMIT._CheckIncludeOrderInFile(
mock_input_api, mock_file, True, range(1, len(contents) + 1))
self.assertEqual(0, len(warnings))
def testSpecialFirstInclude3(self):
mock_input_api = MockInputApi()
contents = ['#include "some/path/foo.h"',
'#include "a/header.h"']
mock_file = MockFile('some/path/foo_platform.cc', contents)
warnings = PRESUBMIT._CheckIncludeOrderInFile(
mock_input_api, mock_file, True, range(1, len(contents) + 1))
self.assertEqual(0, len(warnings))
def testSpecialFirstInclude4(self):
mock_input_api = MockInputApi()
contents = ['#include "some/path/bar.h"',
'#include "a/header.h"']
mock_file = MockFile('some/path/foo_platform.cc', contents)
warnings = PRESUBMIT._CheckIncludeOrderInFile(
mock_input_api, mock_file, True, range(1, len(contents) + 1))
self.assertEqual(1, len(warnings))
self.assertTrue('2' in warnings[0])
def testOrderAlreadyWrong(self):
scope = [(1, '#include "b.h"'),
(2, '#include "a.h"'),
(3, '#include "c.h"')]
mock_input_api = MockInputApi()
warnings = PRESUBMIT._CheckIncludeOrderForScope(scope, mock_input_api,
'', [3])
self.assertEqual(0, len(warnings))
def testConflictAdded1(self):
scope = [(1, '#include "a.h"'),
(2, '#include "c.h"'),
(3, '#include "b.h"')]
mock_input_api = MockInputApi()
warnings = PRESUBMIT._CheckIncludeOrderForScope(scope, mock_input_api,
'', [2])
self.assertEqual(1, len(warnings))
self.assertTrue('3' in warnings[0])
def testConflictAdded2(self):
scope = [(1, '#include "c.h"'),
(2, '#include "b.h"'),
(3, '#include "d.h"')]
mock_input_api = MockInputApi()
warnings = PRESUBMIT._CheckIncludeOrderForScope(scope, mock_input_api,
'', [2])
self.assertEqual(1, len(warnings))
self.assertTrue('2' in warnings[0])
def testIfElifElseEndif(self):
mock_input_api = MockInputApi()
contents = ['#include "e.h"',
'#if foo',
'#include "d.h"',
'#elif bar',
'#include "c.h"',
'#else',
'#include "b.h"',
'#endif',
'#include "a.h"']
mock_file = MockFile('', contents)
warnings = PRESUBMIT._CheckIncludeOrderInFile(
mock_input_api, mock_file, True, range(1, len(contents) + 1))
self.assertEqual(0, len(warnings))
def testSysIncludes(self):
# #include <sys/...>'s can appear in any order.
mock_input_api = MockInputApi()
contents = ['#include <sys/b.h>',
'#include <sys/a.h>']
mock_file = MockFile('', contents)
warnings = PRESUBMIT._CheckIncludeOrderInFile(
mock_input_api, mock_file, True, range(1, len(contents) + 1))
self.assertEqual(0, len(warnings))
class VersionControlerConflictsTest(unittest.TestCase):
def testTypicalConflict(self):
lines = ['<<<<<<< HEAD',
' base::ScopedTempDir temp_dir_;',
'=======',
' ScopedTempDir temp_dir_;',
'>>>>>>> master']
errors = PRESUBMIT._CheckForVersionControlConflictsInFile(
MockInputApi(), MockFile('some/path/foo_platform.cc', lines))
self.assertEqual(3, len(errors))
self.assertTrue('1' in errors[0])
self.assertTrue('3' in errors[1])
self.assertTrue('5' in errors[2])
if __name__ == '__main__':
unittest.main()