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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.
#include <cmath>
#include <limits>
#include <string>
#include "ppapi/c/pp_resource.h"
#include "ppapi/cpp/dev/scrollbar_dev.h"
#if (defined __native_client__)
#include "ppapi/cpp/var.h"
#include "ppapi/cpp/private/var_private.h"
struct PPB_Testing_Dev;
class TestingInstance;
namespace pp {
namespace deprecated {
class ScriptableObject;
// Individual classes of tests derive from this generic test case.
class TestCase {
explicit TestCase(TestingInstance* instance);
virtual ~TestCase();
// Optionally override to do testcase specific initialization.
// Default implementation just returns true.
virtual bool Init();
// Override to implement the test. It will be called after the plugin is
// first displayed.
virtual void RunTest() = 0;
static std::string MakeFailureMessage(const char* file, int line,
const char* cmd);
#if !(defined __native_client__)
// Returns the scriptable test object for the current test, if any.
// Internally, this uses CreateTestObject which each test overrides.
pp::VarPrivate GetTestObject();
// A function that is invoked whenever HandleMessage is called on the
// associated TestingInstance. Default implementation does nothing. TestCases
// that want to handle incoming postMessage events should override this
// method.
virtual void HandleMessage(const pp::Var& message_data);
// A function that is invoked whenever DidChangeView is called on the
// associated TestingInstance. Default implementation does nothing. TestCases
// that want to handle view changes should override this method.
virtual void DidChangeView(const pp::Rect& position, const pp::Rect& clip);
// A function that is invoked whenever HandleInputEvent is called on the
// associated TestingInstance. Default implementation returns false. TestCases
// that want to handle view changes should override this method.
virtual bool HandleInputEvent(const pp::InputEvent& event);
#if !(defined __native_client__)
// Overridden by each test to supply a ScriptableObject corresponding to the
// test. There can only be one object created for all test in a given class
// so be sure your object is designed to be re-used.
// This object should be created on the heap. Ownership will be passed to the
// caller. Return NULL if there is no supported test object (the default).
virtual pp::deprecated::ScriptableObject* CreateTestObject();
// Initializes the testing interface.
bool InitTestingInterface();
// Makes sure the test is run over HTTP.
bool EnsureRunningOverHTTP();
// Pointer to the instance that owns us.
TestingInstance* instance_;
// NULL unless InitTestingInterface is called.
const PPB_Testing_Dev* testing_interface_;
// Force asynchronous completion of any operation taking a callback.
bool force_async_;
#if !(defined __native_client__)
// Holds the test object, if any was retrieved from CreateTestObject.
pp::VarPrivate test_object_;
// This class is an implementation detail.
class TestCaseFactory {
typedef TestCase* (*Method)(TestingInstance* instance);
TestCaseFactory(const char* name, Method method)
: next_(head_),
method_(method) {
head_ = this;
friend class TestingInstance;
TestCaseFactory* next_;
const char* name_;
Method method_;
static TestCaseFactory* head_;
// Use the REGISTER_TEST_CASE macro in your TestCase implementation file to
// register your TestCase. If your test is named TestFoo, then add the
// following to
// This will cause your test to be included in the set of known tests.
#define REGISTER_TEST_CASE(name) \
static TestCase* Test##name##_FactoryMethod(TestingInstance* instance) { \
return new Test##name(instance); \
} \
static TestCaseFactory g_Test##name_factory( \
#name, &Test##name##_FactoryMethod \
// Helper macro for calling functions implementing specific tests in the
// RunTest function. This assumes the function name is TestFoo where Foo is the
// test |name|.
#define RUN_TEST(name) \
do { \
force_async_ = false; \
instance_->LogTest(#name, Test##name()); \
} while (false)
// Like RUN_TEST above but forces functions taking callbacks to complete
// asynchronously on success or error.
#define RUN_TEST_FORCEASYNC(name) \
do { \
force_async_ = true; \
instance_->LogTest(#name"ForceAsync", Test##name()); \
} while (false)
do { \
RUN_TEST(name); \
} while (false)
// Helper macros for checking values in tests, and returning a location
// description of the test fails.
#define ASSERT_TRUE(cmd) \
if (!(cmd)) { \
return MakeFailureMessage(__FILE__, __LINE__, #cmd); \
#define ASSERT_FALSE(cmd) ASSERT_TRUE(!(cmd))
#define ASSERT_EQ(a, b) ASSERT_TRUE((a) == (b))
#define ASSERT_NE(a, b) ASSERT_TRUE((a) != (b))
std::fabs((a)-(b)) <= std::numeric_limits<double>::epsilon())
#define PASS() return std::string()