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# Copyright 2015 The Chromium Authors
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
# ==============================================================================
# TEST SETUP
# ==============================================================================
import("//build/config/chromeos/args.gni")
import("//build/config/chromeos/ui_mode.gni")
import("//build/config/devtools.gni")
import("//build/config/gclient_args.gni")
import("//build/rust/rust_static_library.gni")
import("//build_overrides/build.gni")
declare_args() {
# Some component repos (e.g. ANGLE) import //testing but do not have
# "location_tags.json", and so we don't want to try and upload the tags
# for their tests.
# And, some build configs may simply turn off generation altogether.
tests_have_location_tags = generate_location_tags
}
# On Fuchsia, the test executable has a suffix and is a dependency of the
# common |target_name| target. For `visibility`, the executable must be
# specified. Cross-platform targets that include `test` targets in their
# visibility lists, add `${exec_target_suffix}` immediately after the test
# target name. This is not necessary when the target is a `source_set`.
if (is_fuchsia) {
exec_target_suffix = "__exec"
} else {
exec_target_suffix = ""
}
if (is_android) {
import("//build/config/android/config.gni")
import("//build/config/android/create_unwind_table.gni")
import("//build/config/android/extract_unwind_tables.gni")
import("//build/config/android/rules.gni")
import("//build/config/sanitizers/sanitizers.gni")
} else if (is_fuchsia) {
import("//build/config/cast.gni")
import("//build/config/fuchsia/generate_runner_scripts.gni")
import("//third_party/fuchsia-gn-sdk/src/cmc.gni")
import("//third_party/fuchsia-gn-sdk/src/component.gni")
import("//third_party/fuchsia-gn-sdk/src/package.gni")
} else if (is_chromeos && is_chromeos_device) {
import("//build/config/chromeos/rules.gni")
import("//build/config/sanitizers/sanitizers.gni")
import("//build/util/generate_wrapper.gni")
} else if (is_ios) {
import("//build/config/ios/ios_sdk.gni")
import("//build/config/ios/ios_test_runner_wrapper.gni")
import("//build/config/ios/rules.gni")
} else {
import("//build/config/sanitizers/sanitizers.gni")
import("//build/util/generate_wrapper.gni")
}
# This template represents the core common functionality of a test target
# on each platform. It includes:
# * the ability to generate a rust library that includes all .rs files found
# in sources and depends on that from the test target.
# * the ability to recognize any declare fuzztests and build runners for them.
template("mixed_test") {
assert(defined(invoker.target_type) && invoker.target_type != "")
# The crate_root variable would transform the target into a Rust binary
# which is incorrect. To not use a generated crate root set:
# ```
# test_crate_root = "path/to/root.rs"
# ```
assert(!defined(invoker.crate_root))
_rs_vars = [
"sources", # We split this list into two.
"crate_name", # Android test template overrides the crate name.
]
if (defined(invoker.sources)) {
_rs_sources = filter_include(invoker.sources, [ "*.rs" ])
_cc_sources = filter_exclude(invoker.sources, [ "*.rs" ])
} else {
_rs_sources = []
_cc_sources = []
}
if (_rs_sources != []) {
# Note: as a weak convention, __ is usually used before a suffix for
# internally-generated targets. However, rust_target requires a strict
# snake_case name.
if (defined(invoker.crate_name)) {
_rust_target_name = "${invoker.crate_name}_rust_objects"
} else {
_rust_target_name = "${target_name}_rust_objects"
}
# We could automatically add `deps += [ "//testing/rust_gtest_interop" ]`
# if `rs_sources` is non-empty. But we don't automatically provide
# //testing/gtest either so it would be asymmetric and could break in that
# case. So, we act instead as if //testing/rust_gtest_interop is part of
# the //testing/gtest dependency. If you add one, and have `rs_sources`
# listed, you get both.
_gtest_is_in_deps = false
if (defined(invoker.deps) && invoker.deps != []) {
foreach(dep, invoker.deps) {
if (get_label_info(dep, "label_no_toolchain") ==
"//testing/gtest:gtest") {
_gtest_is_in_deps = true
}
}
}
# TODO(danakj): This could be a rust_source_set perhaps, the point being
# that we need to link in all the .o object files inside the library,
# instead of dropping unreachable ones during linking (which would drop the
# tests). Alternatively we could use a special name suffix or other similar
# trick perhaps to ensure that all object files are linked in here.
rust_static_library(_rust_target_name) {
forward_variables_from(invoker,
TESTONLY_AND_VISIBILITY + [
"allow_unsafe",
"deps",
"generate_crate_root",
"public_deps",
])
configs += [ "//build/rust:test" ]
if (defined(invoker.test_crate_root)) {
crate_root = invoker.test_crate_root
} else {
generate_crate_root = true
}
sources = _rs_sources
is_gtest_unittests = true
if (_gtest_is_in_deps) {
deps += [ "//testing/rust_gtest_interop" ]
}
}
} else {
not_needed(invoker, _rs_vars)
}
if (invoker.target_type == "shared_library_with_jni") {
# Needed for shared_library_with_jni. Keeping this import guarded so
# that projects who import //testing but not //third_party/jni_zero
# don't have issues.
import("//third_party/jni_zero/jni_zero.gni")
}
target(invoker.target_type, target_name) {
forward_variables_from(invoker,
"*",
TESTONLY_AND_VISIBILITY + _rs_vars + [ "fuzztests" ])
forward_variables_from(invoker, TESTONLY_AND_VISIBILITY)
sources = _cc_sources
if (!defined(deps)) {
deps = []
}
if (!defined(ldflags)) {
ldflags = []
}
if (_rs_sources != []) {
deps += [ ":${_rust_target_name}" ]
}
if (defined(invoker.fuzztests)) {
deps += [ "//third_party/fuzztest" ]
}
}
if (defined(invoker.fuzztests) && use_fuzzing_engine && is_linux) {
# This test contains fuzztests. We want to package them up in a way
# which ClusterFuzz knows how to extract. We need to:
# 1) make an executable for each individual fuzz test;
# 2) name the main executable something specific so that ClusterFuzz
# knows how to extract it
# 3) check that the fuzztests variable is correct.
# At present, all this is likely to work only if invoker.target_type
# is 'executable', since we generate a wrapper script that assumes so.
# At the moment, we aim to fuzz these fuzztests only on Linux so that's
# fine. In future we may need to broaden this.
if (defined(invoker.output_name)) {
_output_name = invoker.output_name
} else {
_output_name = target_name
}
# Make a second copy of the test target, with a
# special binary name so that ClusterFuzz knows to unzip it.
# The extension .fuzztest_runner is the magical string;
# ClusterFuzz unzips anything with a filename extension which isn't
# on its blocklist.
# Once ClusterFuzz knows how to understand and unzip runtime_deps,
# we can remove this.
# (https://github.com/google/clusterfuzz/pull/3515 and follow up work).
# An alternative here is using a symlink but this seems less
# cross-platform, so for now let's just make a copy.
_fuzzer_binary_extension = ""
if (is_win) {
_fuzzer_binary_extension = ".exe"
}
_fuzzer_binary_name =
_output_name + ".fuzztest_runner" + _fuzzer_binary_extension
_fuzztest_target_name = target_name + "__fuzztest_runner"
copy(_fuzztest_target_name) {
deps = [ ":" + target_name ]
sources = [ "$root_out_dir/$_output_name" + _fuzzer_binary_extension ]
outputs = [ "$root_out_dir/$_fuzzer_binary_name" ]
testonly = true
}
# Confirming that the "fuzztests =" directive is correct can only
# be done on builds where we can confidently run the fuzzing binary.
# Let's be conservative about that -- so long as any failures are
# spotted by at least one CI bot we should be good.
confirm_fuzztest_contents = is_asan || !using_sanitizer
if (confirm_fuzztest_contents) {
# Confirm that the fuzztests GN variable matches with the
# actual fuzztests in the binary. The output of this action is unused.
# It just exists to fail the build if there's an error.
# We only do this on Linux, and not for any sanitizers other than
# ASAN, because that's specific for CI to show problems and there
# may be unknown problems running the fuzztest binary on other
# platforms.
_fuzztest_check_action = target_name + "__fuzztest_check"
action(_fuzztest_check_action) {
deps = [ ":" + _fuzztest_target_name ]
testonly = true
script = "//testing/libfuzzer/confirm_fuzztests.py"
_output_name = "$target_gen_dir/${target_name}__checked.txt"
outputs = [ _output_name ]
args = [
"--executable",
rebase_path(
get_label_info(_fuzztest_target_name, "root_out_dir") +
"/" + _fuzzer_binary_name),
"--output",
rebase_path(_output_name),
"--fuzztests",
] + invoker.fuzztests
}
}
# Make a wrapper executable for each individual fuzz test
foreach(fuzztest_unit, invoker.fuzztests) {
_fuzzer_name = target_name + "_" +
string_replace(fuzztest_unit, ".", "_") + "_fuzzer"
# We generate an actual executable because currently our fuzz
# builder recipes use `gn refs --type=executable` to find things
# to build. Otherwise we could use generate_wrapper or equivalent
# to make a python script. We could alter the recipe, or rearrange
# deps arragenements so that some other executable depends on these
# scripts, but that seems worse. The executable might be more cross-
# platform too.
_fuzztest_generate_fuzzer = _fuzzer_name + "__generate"
generated_file(_fuzztest_generate_fuzzer + "_constants") {
outputs = [ "$target_gen_dir/$target_name/constants.cpp" ]
# If we're building for libfuzzer, we have to pass -undefok=max_len
# etc. for every conceivable libfuzzer argument, so that gtest doesn't
# get discombobulated by them. List is from https://llvm.org/docs/LibFuzzer.html
if (use_libfuzzer) {
known_libfuzzer_args = [
"help",
"seed",
"runs",
"max_len",
"len_control",
"timeout",
"rss_limit_mb",
"malloc_limit_mb",
"timeout_exitcode",
"error_exitcode",
"max_total_time",
"merge",
"merge_control_file",
"minimize_crash",
"reload",
"jobs",
"workers",
"dict",
"use_counters",
"reduce_inputs",
"use_value_profile",
"only_ascii",
"artifact_prefix",
"exact_artifact_path",
"print_pcs",
"print_final_stats",
"detect_leaks",
"close_fd_mask",
]
fuzzer_args =
"-undefok=" + string_join(",", known_libfuzzer_args) + " "
} else {
fuzzer_args = ""
}
fuzzer_args += "--fuzz=$fuzztest_unit"
contents = [ "const char* kFuzzerArgs = \"${fuzzer_args}\"; const char* kFuzzerBinary = \"${_fuzzer_binary_name}\";" ]
}
executable(_fuzztest_generate_fuzzer) {
testonly = true
data_deps = [ ":" + _fuzztest_target_name ]
deps = [
# Depend on fuzzing_engine so that our recipes know to build all
# these wrapper script targets.
"//testing/libfuzzer:fuzzing_engine",
"//testing/libfuzzer:individual_fuzztest_wrapper",
":" + _fuzztest_generate_fuzzer + "_constants",
]
if (confirm_fuzztest_contents) {
deps += [ ":" + _fuzztest_check_action ]
}
output_name = _fuzzer_name
sources =
get_target_outputs(":" + _fuzztest_generate_fuzzer + "_constants")
write_runtime_deps = "$root_build_dir/${_fuzzer_name}.runtime_deps"
}
}
}
}
# Define a test as an executable (or apk on Android) with the "testonly" flag
# set.
# Variable:
# use_xvfb: (optional) whether to run the executable under Xvfb.
# use_raw_android_executable: Use executable() rather than android_apk().
# use_native_activity: Test implements ANativeActivity_onCreate().
# test_runner_shard: (Fuchsia, optional): for CFv2 tests, use the given test
# runner shard rather than the default shard for the ELF runner when
# assembling the test component. This is useful, for example, to use the
# elf_test_ambient_exec_runner for tests that require
# job_policy_ambient_mark_vmo_exec.
# fuchsia_package_deps: (Fuchsia, optional) List of fuchsia_component()
# targets that this test package contains.
# is_xctest: (iOS, optional) whether to build the executable as XCTest.
# Similar to the GN arg 'enable_run_ios_unittests_with_xctest' but
# for build targets.
# allow_cleartext_traffic: (Android, optional) whether to allow cleartext
# network requests during the test.
# fuzztests: a list of instances of the FUZZ_TEST macro to
# include fuzzing tests alongside unit tests. This introduces an
# extra dependency and also creates additional metadata so that our
# fuzzing infrastructure can find and run such tests.
# This should be a list of the test names, for example
# fuzztests = [ "MyTestClass.MyTestName" ]
template("test") {
testonly = true
if (!is_ios) {
assert(!defined(invoker.is_xctest) || !invoker.is_xctest,
"is_xctest can be set only for iOS builds")
}
if (!is_android) {
assert(!defined(invoker.allow_cleartext_traffic),
"allow_cleartext_traffic can be set only for Android tests")
}
if (is_android) {
assert(!defined(invoker.use_xvfb) || !invoker.use_xvfb)
_use_default_launcher =
!defined(invoker.use_default_launcher) || invoker.use_default_launcher
if (!defined(invoker.use_raw_android_executable)) {
# Checkouts where build_with_chromium == false often have a custom GN
# template wrapper around test() which sets use_default_launcher == false.
# Set the _use_raw_android_executable default so that test() targets which
# do not use the custom wrapper
# (1) Do not cause "gn gen" to fail
# (2) Do not need to be moved into if(build_with_chromium) block.
_use_raw_android_executable =
!build_with_chromium && _use_default_launcher
} else {
not_needed([ "_use_default_launcher" ])
_use_raw_android_executable = invoker.use_raw_android_executable
}
# output_name is used to allow targets with the same name but in different
# packages to still produce unique runner scripts.
_output_name = invoker.target_name
if (defined(invoker.output_name)) {
_output_name = invoker.output_name
}
_test_runner_target = "${_output_name}__test_runner_script"
_wrapper_script_vars = [
"android_test_runner_script",
"ignore_all_data_deps",
"shard_timeout",
]
assert(_use_raw_android_executable || enable_java_templates)
if (_use_raw_android_executable) {
not_needed(invoker, [ "add_unwind_tables_in_apk" ])
_exec_target = "${target_name}__exec"
_dist_target = "${target_name}__dist"
_exec_output =
"$target_out_dir/${invoker.target_name}/${invoker.target_name}"
_crate_name = "${target_name}"
mixed_test(_exec_target) {
target_type = "executable"
# Use a crate name that avoids creating a warning due to double
# underscore (ie. `__`).
crate_name = _crate_name
# Configs will always be defined since we set_defaults in
# BUILDCONFIG.gn.
configs = []
forward_variables_from(
invoker,
"*",
TESTONLY_AND_VISIBILITY + _wrapper_script_vars + [
"data_deps",
"extra_dist_files",
])
# Thanks to the set_defaults() for test(), configs are initialized with
# the default shared_library configs rather than executable configs.
configs -= [
"//build/config:shared_library_config",
"//build/config/android:hide_all_but_jni",
]
configs += [ "//build/config:executable_config" ]
if (defined(invoker.data_deps)) {
data_deps = invoker.data_deps
} else {
data_deps = []
}
if (!defined(data)) {
data = []
}
if (tests_have_location_tags) {
data += [ "//testing/location_tags.json" ]
}
if (!defined(deps)) {
deps = []
}
# Don't output to the root or else conflict with the group() below.
output_name = rebase_path(_exec_output, root_out_dir)
}
create_native_executable_dist(_dist_target) {
dist_dir = "$root_out_dir/$target_name"
binary = _exec_output
deps = [ ":$_exec_target" ]
if (defined(invoker.extra_dist_files)) {
extra_files = invoker.extra_dist_files
}
}
} else {
_library_target_name = "${target_name}__library"
_library_crate_name = "${target_name}_library"
_apk_target_name = "${target_name}__apk"
_apk_specific_vars = [
"allow_cleartext_traffic",
"android_manifest",
"android_manifest_dep",
"android_manifest_template",
"app_as_shared_lib",
"product_config_java_packages",
"loadable_modules",
"loadable_module_deps",
"min_sdk_version",
"proguard_configs",
"proguard_enabled",
"srcjar_deps",
"target_sdk_version",
"use_default_launcher",
"use_native_activity",
]
_add_unwind_tables_in_apk =
defined(invoker.add_unwind_tables_in_apk) &&
invoker.add_unwind_tables_in_apk && target_cpu == "arm"
# Adds the unwind tables from unstripped binary as an asset file in the
# apk, if |add_unwind_tables_in_apk| is specified by the test.
if (_add_unwind_tables_in_apk) {
# TODO(crbug.com/1315603): Remove generation of v1 unwind asset when
# `CFIBacktraceAndroid` is replaced with `ChromeUnwinderAndroid`.
_unwind_table_name = "${_library_target_name}_unwind_v1"
unwind_table_v1(_unwind_table_name) {
library_target = ":$_library_target_name"
}
if (use_android_unwinder_v2) {
_unwind_table_v2_name = "${_library_target_name}_unwind_v2"
unwind_table_v2(_unwind_table_v2_name) {
library_target = ":$_library_target_name"
}
}
_unwind_table_asset_name = "${target_name}__unwind_assets"
android_assets(_unwind_table_asset_name) {
sources = [ "$target_out_dir/$_unwind_table_name/$unwind_table_asset_v1_filename" ]
disable_compression = true
deps = [ ":$_unwind_table_name" ]
if (use_android_unwinder_v2) {
sources += [ "$target_out_dir/$_unwind_table_v2_name/$unwind_table_asset_v2_filename" ]
deps += [ ":$_unwind_table_v2_name" ]
}
}
}
_generate_final_jni =
!defined(invoker.generate_final_jni) || invoker.generate_final_jni
mixed_test(_library_target_name) {
if (_generate_final_jni) {
target_type = "shared_library_with_jni"
java_targets = [ ":$_apk_target_name" ]
} else {
target_type = "shared_library"
}
# Configs will always be defined since we set_defaults in
# BUILDCONFIG.gn.
configs = [] # Prevent list overwriting warning.
configs = invoker.configs
forward_variables_from(
invoker,
"*",
[
"configs",
"deps",
] + _apk_specific_vars + _wrapper_script_vars +
TESTONLY_AND_VISIBILITY)
# Use a crate name that avoids creating a warning due to double
# underscore (ie. `__`).
crate_name = _library_crate_name
# Native targets do not need to depend on java targets. Filter them out
# so that the shared library can be built without needing to wait for
# dependent java targets.
if (!defined(deps)) {
deps = []
}
if (defined(invoker.deps)) {
deps += filter_exclude(invoker.deps, java_target_patterns)
}
if (_use_default_launcher) {
deps += [ "//testing/android/native_test:native_test_native_code" ]
}
}
unittest_apk(_apk_target_name) {
forward_variables_from(invoker, _apk_specific_vars)
shared_library = ":$_library_target_name"
if (_generate_final_jni) {
srcjar_deps = [ "${shared_library}__jni_registration" ]
}
apk_name = invoker.target_name
if (defined(invoker.output_name)) {
apk_name = invoker.output_name
}
if (defined(invoker.deps)) {
deps = invoker.deps
} else {
deps = []
}
if (defined(loadable_module_deps)) {
deps += loadable_module_deps
}
# Add the Java classes so that each target does not have to do it.
if (_use_default_launcher) {
deps += [ "//base/test:test_support_java" ]
}
if (defined(_unwind_table_asset_name)) {
deps += [ ":${_unwind_table_asset_name}" ]
}
}
}
test_runner_script(_test_runner_target) {
forward_variables_from(invoker, _wrapper_script_vars)
if (_use_raw_android_executable) {
executable_dist_dir = "$root_out_dir/$_dist_target"
data_deps = [ ":$_exec_target" ]
} else {
apk_target = ":$_apk_target_name"
incremental_apk = incremental_install
# Dep needed for the test runner .runtime_deps file to pick up data
# deps from the forward_variables_from(invoker, "*") on the library.
data_deps = [ ":$_library_target_name" ]
}
test_name = _output_name
test_suite = _output_name
test_type = "gtest"
}
# Create a wrapper script rather than using a group() in order to ensure
# "ninja $target_name" always works. If this was a group(), then GN would
# not create a top-level alias for it if a target exists in another
# directory with the same $target_name.
# Also - bots run this script directly for "components_perftests".
generate_wrapper(target_name) {
forward_variables_from(invoker, [ "visibility" ])
executable = "$root_build_dir/bin/run_$_output_name"
wrapper_script = "$root_build_dir/$_output_name"
deps = [ ":$_test_runner_target" ]
if (_use_raw_android_executable) {
deps += [ ":$_dist_target" ]
} else {
# Dep needed for the swarming .isolate file to pick up data
# deps from the forward_variables_from(invoker, "*") on the library.
deps += [
":$_apk_target_name",
":$_library_target_name",
]
}
if (defined(invoker.data_deps)) {
data_deps = invoker.data_deps
} else {
data_deps = []
}
data_deps += [ "//testing:test_scripts_shared" ]
if (tests_have_location_tags) {
data = [ "//testing/location_tags.json" ]
}
}
} else if (is_fuchsia) {
assert(!defined(invoker.use_xvfb) || !invoker.use_xvfb)
_output_name = invoker.target_name
_pkg_target = "${_output_name}_pkg"
_exec_target = "${_output_name}__exec"
_program_name = get_label_info(":${_exec_target}", "name")
_crate_name = _output_name
# Generate a CML fragment that provides the program name.
_test_program_fragment_target = "${target_name}_program-fragment"
_test_program_fragment = "${target_out_dir}/${target_name}_program.test-cml"
generated_file(_test_program_fragment_target) {
contents = {
program = {
binary = _program_name
}
}
outputs = [ _test_program_fragment ]
output_conversion = "json"
}
_test_runner_shard =
"//build/config/fuchsia/test/elf_test_runner.shard.test-cml"
if (defined(invoker.test_runner_shard)) {
_test_runner_shard = invoker.test_runner_shard
}
# Collate the complete set of elements to include in the test component's
# manifest.
_manifest_fragments = [
_test_program_fragment,
_test_runner_shard,
]
# Select the Fuchsia test realm in which to run the test.
if (defined(invoker.run_as_chromium_system_test) &&
invoker.run_as_chromium_system_test) {
_manifest_fragments += [
"//build/config/fuchsia/test/chromium_system_test_facet.shard.test-cml",
"//build/config/fuchsia/test/system_test_minimum.shard.test-cml",
]
} else {
_manifest_fragments += [
"//build/config/fuchsia/test/chromium_test_facet.shard.test-cml",
"//build/config/fuchsia/test/minimum.shard.test-cml",
]
}
if (is_asan) {
# TODO(crbug.com/1465997): Remove the extra cml segment for asan.
_manifest_fragments +=
[ "//build/config/fuchsia/test/asan_options.shard.test-cml" ]
}
_test_component_manifest = "${target_out_dir}/${target_name}.cml"
_merged_manifest_name = "${_output_name}.cml"
if (defined(invoker.additional_manifest_fragments)) {
_manifest_fragments += invoker.additional_manifest_fragments
}
# Generate the test component manifest from the specified elements.
_test_component_manifest_target = "${target_name}_component-manifest"
cmc_merge(_test_component_manifest_target) {
sources = _manifest_fragments
output_name = "${_merged_manifest_name}"
deps = [ ":${_test_program_fragment_target}" ]
}
# Define the test component, dependent on the generated manifest, and the
# test executable target.
_test_component_target = "${target_name}_component"
fuchsia_component(_test_component_target) {
deps = [ ":$_test_component_manifest_target" ]
data_deps = [ ":$_exec_target" ]
manifest = _test_component_manifest
visibility = [ ":*" ]
}
_test_component_targets = [ ":${_test_component_target}" ]
# Define components for each entry in |additional_manifests|, if any. Since
# manifests may themselves depend-on the outputs of |deps|, these components
# must each individually depend on |invoker.deps|.
if (defined(invoker.additional_manifests)) {
foreach(filename, invoker.additional_manifests) {
_additional_component_target =
target_name + "_" + get_path_info(filename, "name")
_test_component_targets += [ ":${_additional_component_target}" ]
fuchsia_component(_additional_component_target) {
forward_variables_from(invoker, [ "testonly" ])
data_deps = [ ":$_exec_target" ]
visibility = [ ":*" ]
manifest = filename
# Depend on |invoker.deps|, in case it includes a dependency that
# creates this additional component's manifest.
if (defined(invoker.deps)) {
deps = invoker.deps
}
}
}
}
# Define the package target that will bundle the test and additional
# components and their data.
fuchsia_package(_pkg_target) {
forward_variables_from(invoker,
[
"excluded_files",
"excluded_dirs",
"excluded_paths",
])
package_name = _output_name
deps = _test_component_targets
if (defined(invoker.fuchsia_package_deps)) {
deps += invoker.fuchsia_package_deps
}
if (!defined(excluded_paths)) {
excluded_paths = []
}
excluded_paths += [
"${devtools_root_location}/*",
"*.git/*",
"*.svn/*",
"*.hg/*",
]
if (devtools_root_location != "") {
excluded_paths += [ "${devtools_root_location}/*" ]
}
}
# |target_name| refers to the package-runner rule, so that building
# "base_unittests" will build not only the executable, component, and
# package, but also the script required to run them.
fuchsia_test_runner(target_name) {
forward_variables_from(invoker,
[
"data",
"data_deps",
"package_deps",
"use_test_server",
])
is_test_exe = true
package = ":$_pkg_target"
package_name = _output_name
if (!defined(deps)) {
deps = []
}
if (defined(invoker.deps)) {
deps += invoker.deps
}
if (!defined(data)) {
data = []
}
if (tests_have_location_tags) {
data += [ "//testing/location_tags.json" ]
}
if (!defined(data_deps)) {
data_deps = []
}
data_deps += [ "//testing:test_scripts_shared" ]
}
mixed_test(_exec_target) {
target_type = "executable"
forward_variables_from(invoker, "*", TESTONLY_AND_VISIBILITY)
output_name = _exec_target
if (!defined(deps)) {
deps = []
}
# Use a crate name that avoids creating a warning due to double
# underscore (ie. `__`).
crate_name = _crate_name
}
} else if (is_ios) {
assert(!defined(invoker.use_xvfb) || !invoker.use_xvfb)
_runtime_deps_file = "$root_out_dir/${target_name}.runtime_deps"
declare_args() {
# Keep the unittest-as-xctest functionality defaulted to off for
# local builds and test executions.
enable_run_ios_unittests_with_xctest = false
}
_test_target = target_name
_wrapper_output_name = "run_${target_name}"
ios_test_runner_wrapper(_wrapper_output_name) {
forward_variables_from(invoker,
[
"clones",
"data",
"deps",
"executable_args",
"retries",
])
_root_build_dir = rebase_path("${root_build_dir}", root_build_dir)
if (!defined(executable_args)) {
executable_args = []
}
executable_args += [
"--app",
"@WrappedPath(${_root_build_dir}/${_test_target}.app)",
]
wrapper_output_name = "${_wrapper_output_name}"
if (!defined(data)) {
data = []
}
if (tests_have_location_tags) {
data += [ "//testing/location_tags.json" ]
}
}
_resources_bundle_data = target_name + "_resources_bundle_data"
bundle_data(_resources_bundle_data) {
visibility = [ ":$_test_target" ]
sources = [ "//testing/gtest_ios/Default.png" ]
outputs = [ "{{bundle_resources_dir}}/{{source_file_part}}" ]
}
force_xctest = enable_run_ios_unittests_with_xctest ||
(defined(invoker.is_xctest) && invoker.is_xctest)
mixed_test(_test_target) {
if (force_xctest) {
target_type = "ios_xctest_test"
} else {
target_type = "ios_app_bundle"
}
testonly = true
if (force_xctest && build_with_chromium) {
xctest_module_target = "//base/test:google_test_runner"
}
forward_variables_from(invoker, "*", TESTONLY_AND_VISIBILITY)
# Provide sensible defaults in case invoker did not define any of those
# required variables.
if (!defined(info_plist) && !defined(info_plist_target)) {
info_plist = "//testing/gtest_ios/unittest-Info.plist"
}
bundle_identifier = shared_bundle_id_for_test_apps
if (!defined(bundle_deps)) {
bundle_deps = []
}
bundle_deps += [ ":$_resources_bundle_data" ]
if (!defined(data_deps)) {
data_deps = []
}
data_deps += [ "//testing:test_scripts_shared" ]
# Include the generate_wrapper as part of data_deps
data_deps += [ ":${_wrapper_output_name}" ]
write_runtime_deps = _runtime_deps_file
if (!defined(deps)) {
deps = []
}
}
} else if ((is_chromeos_ash || (is_chromeos_lacros && is_chromeos_device)) &&
cros_board != "") {
assert(!defined(invoker.use_xvfb) || !invoker.use_xvfb)
# Building for a cros board (ie: not linux-chromeos or linux-lacros).
_gen_runner_target = "${target_name}__runner"
_runtime_deps_file =
"$root_out_dir/gen.runtime/" + get_label_info(target_name, "dir") +
"/" + get_label_info(target_name, "name") + ".runtime_deps"
if (is_skylab && (defined(tast_attr_expr) || defined(tast_tests) ||
defined(tast_disabled_tests))) {
generate_skylab_tast_filter(_gen_runner_target) {
}
} else {
generate_runner_script(_gen_runner_target) {
generated_script = "$root_build_dir/bin/run_" + invoker.target_name
test_exe = invoker.target_name
runtime_deps_file = _runtime_deps_file
if (is_chromeos_lacros) {
# At build time, Lacros tests don't know whether they'll run on VM or
# HW, and instead, these flags are specified at runtime when invoking
# the generated runner script.
skip_generating_board_args = true
}
if (tests_have_location_tags) {
data = [ "//testing/location_tags.json" ]
}
}
}
mixed_test(target_name) {
target_type = "executable"
forward_variables_from(invoker, "*", TESTONLY_AND_VISIBILITY)
forward_variables_from(invoker, [ "visibility" ])
if (!defined(deps)) {
deps = []
}
if (!defined(data)) {
data = []
}
# We use a special trigger script for CrOS hardware tests.
data += [ "//testing/trigger_scripts/chromeos_device_trigger.py" ]
write_runtime_deps = _runtime_deps_file
data += [ _runtime_deps_file ]
deps += [ ":$_gen_runner_target" ]
if (!defined(data_deps)) {
data_deps = []
}
data_deps += [ "//testing:test_scripts_shared" ]
}
} else if (is_chromeos_lacros && !is_chromeos_device) {
_runtime_deps_file = "$root_out_dir/${target_name}.runtime_deps"
_executable = target_name
_gen_runner_target = "${target_name}__runner"
if (defined(invoker.use_xvfb)) {
_use_xvfb = invoker.use_xvfb
} else {
_use_xvfb = false
}
# When use_xvfb is set by the invoker, it indicates that running this test
# target requires a window, and in lacros build, ash-chrome serves as the
# display server. Note that even though the tests themselves do not require
# xvfb anymore, xvfb.py is still needed to invoke the lacros test runner
# because ash-chrome is based on x11.
_use_ash_chrome = _use_xvfb
generate_wrapper(_gen_runner_target) {
wrapper_script = "$root_build_dir/bin/run_" + _executable
data = []
data_deps = [ "//testing:test_scripts_shared" ]
if (_use_xvfb) {
executable = "//testing/xvfb.py"
data += [ "//.vpython3" ]
} else {
executable = "//testing/test_env.py"
}
if (tests_have_location_tags) {
data += [ "//testing/location_tags.json" ]
}
executable_args = [
"@WrappedPath(../../build/lacros/test_runner.py)",
"test",
"@WrappedPath(./${_executable})",
"--test-launcher-bot-mode",
]
if (_use_ash_chrome) {
executable_args += [ "--ash-chrome-path" ]
# Can't use --ash-chrome-path=path because WrappedPath
# won't be expanded for that usage.
executable_args += [ "@WrappedPath(./ash_clang_x64/test_ash_chrome)" ]
}
if (is_asan) {
executable_args += [ "--asan=1" ]
}
if (is_msan) {
executable_args += [ "--msan=1" ]
}
if (is_tsan) {
executable_args += [ "--tsan=1" ]
}
if (use_cfi_diag) {
executable_args += [ "--cfi-diag=1" ]
}
if (fail_on_san_warnings) {
executable_args += [ "--fail-san=1" ]
}
data += [ "//build/lacros/test_runner.py" ]
}
mixed_test(target_name) {
target_type = "executable"
forward_variables_from(invoker, "*", TESTONLY_AND_VISIBILITY)
forward_variables_from(invoker, [ "visibility" ])
if (!defined(deps)) {
deps = []
}
if (!defined(data_deps)) {
data_deps = []
}
data_deps += [ "//testing:test_scripts_shared" ]
write_runtime_deps = _runtime_deps_file
deps += [ ":$_gen_runner_target" ]
if (_use_ash_chrome && also_build_ash_chrome) {
data_deps += [ "//chrome/test:test_ash_chrome(//build/toolchain/linux:ash_clang_x64)" ]
}
}
} else if (!is_nacl) {
if (is_mac || is_win) {
assert(!defined(invoker.use_xvfb) || !invoker.use_xvfb)
}
_runtime_deps_file = "$root_out_dir/${target_name}.runtime_deps"
_executable = target_name
_gen_runner_target = "${target_name}__runner"
if ((is_linux || is_chromeos) && defined(invoker.use_xvfb)) {
_use_xvfb = invoker.use_xvfb
} else {
_use_xvfb = false
}
generate_wrapper(_gen_runner_target) {
wrapper_script = "$root_build_dir/bin/run_" + _executable
data = []
data_deps = [ "//testing:test_scripts_shared" ]
if (_use_xvfb) {
executable = "//testing/xvfb.py"
} else {
executable = "//testing/test_env.py"
}
if (tests_have_location_tags) {
data += [ "//testing/location_tags.json" ]
}
executable_args = [
"@WrappedPath(./${_executable})",
"--test-launcher-bot-mode",
]
if (is_asan) {
executable_args += [ "--asan=1" ]
}
if (is_msan) {
executable_args += [ "--msan=1" ]
}
if (is_tsan) {
executable_args += [ "--tsan=1" ]
}
if (use_cfi_diag) {
executable_args += [ "--cfi-diag=1" ]
}
if (fail_on_san_warnings) {
executable_args += [ "--fail-san=1" ]
}
}
mixed_test(target_name) {
target_type = "executable"
forward_variables_from(invoker,
"*",
TESTONLY_AND_VISIBILITY + [ "use_xvfb" ])
forward_variables_from(invoker, [ "visibility" ])
if (!defined(deps)) {
deps = []
}
deps += [
# Give tests the default manifest on Windows (a no-op elsewhere).
"//build/win:default_exe_manifest",
]
write_runtime_deps = _runtime_deps_file
deps += [ ":$_gen_runner_target" ]
if (!defined(data_deps)) {
data_deps = []
}
data_deps += [ "//testing:test_scripts_shared" ]
}
} else {
# This is a catch-all clause for NaCl toolchains and other random
# configurations that might define tests; test() in these configs
# will just define the underlying executables.
assert(!defined(invoker.use_xvfb) || !invoker.use_xvfb,
"use_xvfb should not be defined for a non-linux configuration")
mixed_test(target_name) {
target_type = "executable"
forward_variables_from(invoker, "*", TESTONLY_AND_VISIBILITY)
forward_variables_from(invoker, [ "visibility" ])
if (!defined(deps)) {
deps = []
}
if (!defined(data_deps)) {
data_deps = []
}
data_deps += [ "//testing:test_scripts_shared" ]
}
}
}
# Defines a type of test that invokes a script to run, rather than
# invoking an executable.
#
# The script must implement the
# [test executable API](//docs/testing/test_executable_api.md).
#
# The template must be passed the `script` parameter, which specifies the path
# to the script to run. It may optionally be passed a `args` parameter, which
# can be used to include a list of args to be specified by default. The
# template will produce a `$root_build_dir/run_$target_name` wrapper and write
# the runtime_deps for the target to
# $root_build_dir/${target_name}.runtime_deps, as per the conventions listed in
# the [test wrapper API](//docs/testing/test_wrapper_api.md).
template("script_test") {
generate_wrapper(target_name) {
testonly = true
wrapper_script = "${root_build_dir}/bin/run_${target_name}"
executable = "//testing/test_env.py"
executable_args =
[ "@WrappedPath(" + rebase_path(invoker.script, root_build_dir) + ")" ]
if (defined(invoker.args)) {
executable_args += invoker.args
}
data = [ invoker.script ]
if (defined(invoker.data)) {
data += invoker.data
}
if (tests_have_location_tags) {
data += [ "//testing/location_tags.json" ]
}
data_deps = [ "//testing:test_scripts_shared" ]
if (defined(invoker.data_deps)) {
data_deps += invoker.data_deps
}
forward_variables_from(invoker,
"*",
TESTONLY_AND_VISIBILITY + [
"args",
"data",
"data_deps",
"script",
])
forward_variables_from(invoker, [ "visibility" ])
write_runtime_deps = "${root_build_dir}/${target_name}.runtime_deps"
}
}
# Defines a test target that uses exit code for pass/fail.
template("isolated_script_test") {
script_test(target_name) {
forward_variables_from(invoker,
"*",
TESTONLY_AND_VISIBILITY + [
"args",
"deps",
"script",
])
forward_variables_from(invoker, [ "visibility" ])
deps = [ "//testing:run_isolated_script_test" ]
if (defined(invoker.deps)) {
deps += invoker.deps
}
script = "//testing/scripts/run_isolated_script_test.py"
data = [ invoker.script ]
args = [
rebase_path(invoker.script, root_build_dir),
"--script-type=bare",
]
if (defined(invoker.args)) {
args += invoker.args
}
}
}
# Test defaults.
set_defaults("test") {
if (is_android) {
configs = default_shared_library_configs
configs -= [ "//build/config/android:hide_all_but_jni_onload" ]
configs += [ "//build/config/android:hide_all_but_jni" ]
# Compress sections to stay under 4gb hard limit on 32-bit current_cpu.
# https://crbug.com/1354616
if (symbol_level == 2 && !use_debug_fission &&
(current_cpu == "arm" || current_cpu == "x86")) {
configs += [ "//build/config:compress_debug_sections" ]
}
} else {
configs = default_executable_configs
}
}