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# Copyright (c) 2006-2008 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.
"""SiteCompare component to handle bulk scrapes.
Invokes a list of browsers and sends them to a list of URLs,
saving the rendered results to a specified directory, then
performs comparison operations on the resulting bitmaps and
saves the results
# This line is necessary to work around a QEMU bug
import _imaging
import os # Functions for walking the directory tree
import types # Runtime type-checking
import command_line # command-line parsing
import drivers # Functions for driving keyboard/mouse/windows, OS-specific
import operators # Functions that, given two bitmaps as input, produce
# output depending on the performance of an operation
import scrapers # Functions that know how to capture a render from
# particular browsers
import commands.compare2 # compare one page in two versions of same browser
import commands.maskmaker # generate a mask based on repeated scrapes
import commands.measure # measure length of time a page takes to load
import commands.scrape # scrape a URL or series of URLs to a bitmap
# The timeload command is obsolete (too flaky); it may be reinstated
# later but for now it's been superceded by "measure"
# import commands.timeload # measure length of time a page takes to load
def Scrape(browsers, urls, window_size=(1024, 768),
window_pos=(0, 0), timeout=20, save_path=None, **kwargs):
"""Invoke one or more browsers over one or more URLs, scraping renders.
browsers: browsers to invoke with optional version strings
urls: URLs to visit
window_size: size of the browser window to display
window_pos: location of browser window
timeout: time (in seconds) to wait for page to load
save_path: root of save path, automatically appended with browser and
kwargs: miscellaneous keyword args, passed to scraper
@TODO(jhaas): more parameters, or perhaps an indefinite dictionary
parameter, for things like length of time to wait for timeout, speed
of mouse clicks, etc. Possibly on a per-browser, per-URL, or
per-browser-per-URL basis
if type(browsers) in types.StringTypes: browsers = [browsers]
if save_path is None:
# default save path is "scrapes" off the current root
save_path = os.path.join(os.path.split(__file__)[0], "Scrapes")
for browser in browsers:
# Browsers should be tuples of (browser, version)
if type(browser) in types.StringTypes: browser = (browser, None)
scraper = scrapers.GetScraper(browser)
full_path = os.path.join(save_path, browser[0], scraper.version)
scraper.Scrape(urls, full_path, window_size, window_pos, timeout, kwargs)
def Compare(base, compare, ops, root_path=None, out_path=None):
"""Compares a series of scrapes using a series of operators.
base: (browser, version) tuple of version to consider the baseline
compare: (browser, version) tuple of version to compare to
ops: list of operators plus operator arguments
root_path: root of the scrapes
out_path: place to put any output from the operators
@TODO(jhaas): this method will likely change, to provide a robust and
well-defined way of chaining operators, applying operators conditionally,
and full-featured scripting of the operator chain. There also needs
to be better definition of the output; right now it's to stdout and
a log.txt file, with operator-dependent images saved for error output
if root_path is None:
# default save path is "scrapes" off the current root
root_path = os.path.join(os.path.split(__file__)[0], "Scrapes")
if out_path is None:
out_path = os.path.join(os.path.split(__file__)[0], "Compares")
if type(base) in types.StringTypes: base = (base, None)
if type(compare) in types.StringTypes: compare = (compare, None)
if type(ops) in types.StringTypes: ops = [ops]
base_dir = os.path.join(root_path, base[0])
compare_dir = os.path.join(root_path, compare[0])
if base[1] is None:
# base defaults to earliest capture
base = (base[0], max(os.listdir(base_dir)))
if compare[1] is None:
# compare defaults to latest capture
compare = (compare[0], min(os.listdir(compare_dir)))
out_path = os.path.join(out_path, base[0], base[1], compare[0], compare[1])
# TODO(jhaas): right now we're just dumping output to a log file
# (and the console), which works as far as it goes but isn't nearly
# robust enough. Change this after deciding exactly what we want to
# change it to.
out_file = open(os.path.join(out_path, "log.txt"), "w")
description_string = ("Comparing %s %s to %s %s" %
(base[0], base[1], compare[0], compare[1]))
print description_string
base_dir = os.path.join(base_dir, base[1])
compare_dir = os.path.join(compare_dir, compare[1])
for filename in os.listdir(base_dir):
out_file.write("%s: " % filename)
if not os.path.isfile(os.path.join(compare_dir, filename)):
out_file.write("Does not exist in target directory\n")
print "File %s does not exist in target directory" % filename
base_filename = os.path.join(base_dir, filename)
compare_filename = os.path.join(compare_dir, filename)
for op in ops:
if type(op) in types.StringTypes: op = (op, None)
module = operators.GetOperator(op[0])
ret = module.Compare(base_filename, compare_filename)
if ret is None:
print "%s: OK" % (filename,)
print "%s: %s" % (filename, ret[0])
out_file.write("%s\n" % (ret[0]))
ret[1].save(os.path.join(out_path, filename))
def main():
"""Main executable. Parse the command line and invoke the command."""
cmdline = command_line.CommandLine()
# The below two commands are currently unstable so have been disabled
# commands.compare2.CreateCommand(cmdline)
# commands.maskmaker.CreateCommand(cmdline)
if __name__ == "__main__":