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#!/usr/bin/env python3
# Copyright 2012-2021 The Meson development team
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from __future__ import annotations
# Work around some pathlib bugs...
from mesonbuild import _pathlib
import sys
sys.modules['pathlib'] = _pathlib
from concurrent.futures import ProcessPoolExecutor, CancelledError
from enum import Enum
from io import StringIO
from pathlib import Path, PurePath
import argparse
import functools
import itertools
import json
import multiprocessing
import os
import re
import shlex
import shutil
import signal
import subprocess
import tempfile
import time
import typing as T
import xml.etree.ElementTree as ET
import collections
from mesonbuild import build
from mesonbuild import environment
from mesonbuild import compilers
from mesonbuild import mesonlib
from mesonbuild import mlog
from mesonbuild import mtest
from mesonbuild.compilers import compiler_from_language, detect_objc_compiler, detect_objcpp_compiler
from import ConfigurationData
from mesonbuild.mesonlib import MachineChoice, Popen_safe, TemporaryDirectoryWinProof, setup_vsenv
from mesonbuild.mlog import blue, bold, cyan, green, red, yellow, normal_green
from mesonbuild.coredata import backendlist, version as meson_version
from mesonbuild.modules.python import PythonExternalProgram
from run_tests import get_fake_options, run_configure, get_meson_script
from run_tests import get_backend_commands, get_backend_args_for_dir, Backend
from run_tests import ensure_backend_detects_changes
from run_tests import guess_backend
from types import FrameType
from mesonbuild.environment import Environment
from mesonbuild._typing import Protocol
from concurrent.futures import Future
from mesonbuild.modules.python import PythonIntrospectionDict
class CompilerArgumentType(Protocol):
cross_file: str
native_file: str
use_tmpdir: bool
class ArgumentType(CompilerArgumentType):
"""Typing information for command line arguments."""
extra_args: T.List[str]
backend: str
num_workers: int
failfast: bool
no_unittests: bool
only: T.List[str]
ALL_TESTS = ['cmake', 'common', 'native', 'warning-meson', 'failing-meson', 'failing-build', 'failing-test',
'keyval', 'platform-osx', 'platform-windows', 'platform-linux',
'java', 'C#', 'vala', 'cython', 'rust', 'd', 'objective c', 'objective c++',
'fortran', 'swift', 'cuda', 'python3', 'python', 'fpga', 'frameworks', 'nasm', 'wasm', 'wayland'
class BuildStep(Enum):
configure = 1
build = 2
test = 3
install = 4
clean = 5
validate = 6
class TestResult(BaseException):
def __init__(self, cicmds: T.List[str]) -> None:
self.msg = '' # empty msg indicates test success
self.stdo = ''
self.stde = ''
self.mlog = ''
self.cicmds = cicmds
self.conftime: float = 0
self.buildtime: float = 0
self.testtime: float = 0
def add_step(self, step: BuildStep, stdo: str, stde: str, mlog: str = '', time: float = 0) -> None:
self.step = step
self.stdo += stdo
self.stde += stde
self.mlog += mlog
if step == BuildStep.configure:
self.conftime = time
elif step ==
self.buildtime = time
elif step == BuildStep.test:
self.testtime = time
def fail(self, msg: str) -> None:
self.msg = msg
python = PythonExternalProgram(sys.executable)
class InstalledFile:
def __init__(self, raw: T.Dict[str, str]):
self.path = raw['file']
self.typ = raw['type']
self.platform = raw.get('platform', None)
self.language = raw.get('language', 'c') # type: str
version = raw.get('version', '') # type: str
if version:
self.version = version.split('.') # type: T.List[str]
# split on '' will return [''], we want an empty list though
self.version = []
def get_path(self, compiler: str, env: environment.Environment) -> T.Optional[Path]:
p = Path(self.path)
canonical_compiler = compiler
if ((compiler in ['clang-cl', 'intel-cl']) or
( and compiler in {'pgi', 'dmd', 'ldc'})):
canonical_compiler = 'msvc'
python_suffix =['suffix']
has_pdb = False
if self.language in {'c', 'cpp'}:
has_pdb = canonical_compiler == 'msvc'
elif self.language == 'd':
# dmd's optlink does not genearte pdb iles
has_pdb =['d'] in {'link', 'lld-link'}
# Abort if the platform does not match
matches = {
'msvc': canonical_compiler == 'msvc',
'gcc': canonical_compiler != 'msvc',
'!cygwin': not,
}.get(self.platform or '', True)
if not matches:
return None
# Handle the different types
if self.typ in {'py_implib', 'python_lib', 'python_file'}:
val = p.as_posix()
val = val.replace('@PYTHON_PLATLIB@', python.platlib)
val = val.replace('@PYTHON_PURELIB@', python.purelib)
p = Path(val)
if self.typ == 'python_file':
return p
if self.typ == 'python_lib':
return p.with_suffix(python_suffix)
if self.typ in ['file', 'dir']:
return p
elif self.typ == 'shared_lib':
if or
# Windows only has foo.dll and foo-X.dll
if len(self.version) > 1:
return None
if self.version:
p = p.with_name('{}-{}'.format(, self.version[0]))
return p.with_suffix('.dll')
p = p.with_name(f'lib{}')
# MacOS only has libfoo.dylib and libfoo.X.dylib
if len(self.version) > 1:
return None
# pathlib.Path.with_suffix replaces, not appends
suffix = '.dylib'
if self.version:
suffix = '.{}{}'.format(self.version[0], suffix)
# pathlib.Path.with_suffix replaces, not appends
suffix = '.so'
if self.version:
suffix = '{}.{}'.format(suffix, '.'.join(self.version))
return p.with_suffix(suffix)
elif self.typ == 'exe':
if or
return p.with_suffix('.exe')
elif self.typ == 'pdb':
if self.version:
p = p.with_name('{}-{}'.format(, self.version[0]))
return p.with_suffix('.pdb') if has_pdb else None
elif self.typ in {'implib', 'implibempty', 'py_implib'}:
if and canonical_compiler == 'msvc':
# only MSVC doesn't generate empty implibs
if self.typ == 'implibempty' and compiler == 'msvc':
return None
return p.parent / (re.sub(r'^lib', '', + '.lib')
elif or
if self.typ == 'py_implib':
p = p.with_suffix(python_suffix)
return p.with_suffix('.dll.a')
return None
elif self.typ == 'expr':
return Path(platform_fix_name(p.as_posix(), canonical_compiler, env))
raise RuntimeError(f'Invalid installed file type {self.typ}')
return p
def get_paths(self, compiler: str, env: environment.Environment, installdir: Path) -> T.List[Path]:
p = self.get_path(compiler, env)
if not p:
return []
if self.typ == 'dir':
abs_p = installdir / p
if not abs_p.exists():
raise RuntimeError(f'{p} does not exist')
if not abs_p.is_dir():
raise RuntimeError(f'{p} is not a directory')
return [x.relative_to(installdir) for x in abs_p.rglob('*') if x.is_file() or x.is_symlink()]
return [p]
class TestDef:
def __init__(self, path: Path, name: T.Optional[str], args: T.List[str], skip: bool = False):
self.category =[1]
self.path = path = name
self.args = args
self.skip = skip
self.env = os.environ.copy()
self.installed_files = [] # type: T.List[InstalledFile]
self.do_not_set_opts = [] # type: T.List[str]
self.stdout = [] # type: T.List[T.Dict[str, str]]
self.skip_expected = False
# Always print a stack trace for Meson exceptions
self.env['MESON_FORCE_BACKTRACE'] = '1'
def __repr__(self) -> str:
return '<{}: {:<48} [{}: {}] -- {}>'.format(type(self).__name__, str(self.path),, self.args, self.skip)
def display_name(self) -> mlog.TV_LoggableList:
# Remove the redundant 'test cases' part
section, id =[1:3]
res: mlog.TV_LoggableList = [f'{section}:', bold(id)]
res += [f' ({})']
return res
def __lt__(self, other: object) -> bool:
if isinstance(other, TestDef):
# None is not sortable, so replace it with an empty string
s_id = int(' ')[0])
o_id = int(' ')[0])
return (s_id, self.path, or '') < (o_id, other.path, or '')
return NotImplemented
failing_logs: T.List[str] = []
print_debug = 'MESON_PRINT_TEST_OUTPUT' in os.environ
under_ci = 'CI' in os.environ
raw_ci_jobname = os.environ.get('MESON_CI_JOBNAME', None)
ci_jobname = raw_ci_jobname if raw_ci_jobname != 'thirdparty' else None
do_debug = under_ci or print_debug
no_meson_log_msg = 'No meson-log.txt found.'
host_c_compiler: T.Optional[str] = None
compiler_id_map: T.Dict[str, str] = {}
tool_vers_map: T.Dict[str, str] = {}
compile_commands: T.List[str]
clean_commands: T.List[str]
test_commands: T.List[str]
install_commands: T.List[str]
uninstall_commands: T.List[str]
backend: 'Backend'
backend_flags: T.List[str]
stop: bool = False
is_worker_process: bool = False
# Let's have colors in our CI output
if under_ci:
def _ci_colorize_console() -> bool:
return not is_worker_process
mlog.colorize_console = _ci_colorize_console
class StopException(Exception):
def __init__(self) -> None:
super().__init__('Stopped by user')
def stop_handler(signal: int, frame: T.Optional['FrameType']) -> None:
global stop
stop = True
signal.signal(signal.SIGINT, stop_handler)
signal.signal(signal.SIGTERM, stop_handler)
def setup_commands(optbackend: str) -> None:
global do_debug, backend, backend_flags
global compile_commands, clean_commands, test_commands, install_commands, uninstall_commands
backend, backend_flags = guess_backend(optbackend, shutil.which('msbuild'))
compile_commands, clean_commands, test_commands, install_commands, \
uninstall_commands = get_backend_commands(backend, do_debug)
# TODO try to eliminate or at least reduce this function
def platform_fix_name(fname: str, canonical_compiler: str, env: environment.Environment) -> str:
if '?lib' in fname:
if and canonical_compiler == 'msvc':
fname = re.sub(r'lib/\?lib(.*)\.', r'bin/\1.', fname)
fname = re.sub(r'/\?lib/', r'/bin/', fname)
fname = re.sub(r'lib/\?lib(.*)\.', r'bin/lib\1.', fname)
fname = re.sub(r'\?lib(.*)\.dll$', r'lib\1.dll', fname)
fname = re.sub(r'/\?lib/', r'/bin/', fname)
fname = re.sub(r'lib/\?lib(.*)\.so$', r'bin/cyg\1.dll', fname)
fname = re.sub(r'lib/\?lib(.*)\.', r'bin/cyg\1.', fname)
fname = re.sub(r'\?lib(.*)\.dll$', r'cyg\1.dll', fname)
fname = re.sub(r'/\?lib/', r'/bin/', fname)
fname = re.sub(r'\?lib', 'lib', fname)
if fname.endswith('?so'):
if and canonical_compiler == 'msvc':
fname = re.sub(r'lib/([^/]*)\?so$', r'bin/\1.dll', fname)
fname = re.sub(r'/(?:lib|)([^/]*?)\?so$', r'/\1.dll', fname)
return fname
fname = re.sub(r'lib/([^/]*)\?so$', r'bin/\1.dll', fname)
fname = re.sub(r'/([^/]*?)\?so$', r'/\1.dll', fname)
return fname
fname = re.sub(r'lib/([^/]*)\?so$', r'bin/\1.dll', fname)
fname = re.sub(r'/lib([^/]*?)\?so$', r'/cyg\1.dll', fname)
fname = re.sub(r'/([^/]*?)\?so$', r'/\1.dll', fname)
return fname
return fname[:-3] + '.dylib'
return fname[:-3] + '.so'
return fname
def validate_install(test: TestDef, installdir: Path, env: environment.Environment) -> str:
ret_msg = ''
expected_raw = [] # type: T.List[Path]
for i in test.installed_files:
expected_raw += i.get_paths(host_c_compiler, env, installdir)
except RuntimeError as err:
ret_msg += f'Expected path error: {err}\n'
expected = {x: False for x in expected_raw}
found = [x.relative_to(installdir) for x in installdir.rglob('*') if x.is_file() or x.is_symlink()]
# Mark all found files as found and detect unexpected files
for fname in found:
if fname not in expected:
ret_msg += f'Extra file {fname} found.\n'
expected[fname] = True
# Check if expected files were found
for p, f in expected.items():
if not f:
ret_msg += f'Expected file {p} missing.\n'
# List dir content on error
if ret_msg != '':
ret_msg += '\nInstall dir contents:\n'
for p in found:
ret_msg += f' - {p}\n'
return ret_msg
def log_text_file(logfile: T.TextIO, testdir: Path, result: TestResult) -> None:
logfile.write('%s\nstdout\n\n---\n' % testdir.as_posix())
if print_debug:
except UnicodeError:
sanitized_out = result.stdo.encode('ascii', errors='replace').decode()
print(result.stde, file=sys.stderr)
except UnicodeError:
sanitized_err = result.stde.encode('ascii', errors='replace').decode()
print(sanitized_err, file=sys.stderr)
def _run_ci_include(args: T.List[str]) -> str:
if not args:
return 'At least one parameter required'
data = Path(args[0]).read_text(errors='ignore', encoding='utf-8')
return 'Included file {}:\n{}\n'.format(args[0], data)
except Exception:
return 'Failed to open {}'.format(args[0])
ci_commands = {
'ci_include': _run_ci_include
def run_ci_commands(raw_log: str) -> T.List[str]:
res = []
for l in raw_log.splitlines():
if not l.startswith('!meson_ci!/'):
cmd = shlex.split(l[11:])
if not cmd or cmd[0] not in ci_commands:
res += ['CI COMMAND {}:\n{}\n'.format(cmd[0], ci_commands[cmd[0]](cmd[1:]))]
return res
class OutputMatch:
def __init__(self, how: str, expected: str, count: int) -> None: = how
self.expected = expected
self.count = count
def match(self, actual: str) -> bool:
if == "re":
return bool(re.match(self.expected, actual))
return self.expected == actual
def _compare_output(expected: T.List[T.Dict[str, str]], output: str, desc: str) -> str:
if expected:
matches: T.List[OutputMatch] = []
nomatches: T.List[OutputMatch] = []
for item in expected:
how = item.get('match', 'literal')
expected_line = item.get('line')
count = int(item.get('count', -1))
# Simple heuristic to automatically convert path separators for
# Windows:
# Any '/' appearing before 'WARNING' or 'ERROR' (i.e. a path in a
# filename part of a location) is replaced with '\' (in a re: '\\'
# which matches a literal '\')
# (There should probably be a way to turn this off for more complex
# cases which don't fit this)
if mesonlib.is_windows():
if how != "re":
sub = r'\\'
sub = r'\\\\'
expected_line = re.sub(r'/(?=.*(WARNING|ERROR))', sub, expected_line)
m = OutputMatch(how, expected_line, count)
if count == 0:
i = 0
for actual in output.splitlines():
# Verify this line does not match any unexpected lines (item.count == 0)
for match in nomatches:
if match.match(actual):
return f'unexpected "{match.expected}" found in {desc}'
# If we matched all expected lines, continue to verify there are
# no unexpected line. If nomatches is empty then we are done already.
if i >= len(matches):
if not nomatches:
# Check if this line match current expected line
match = matches[i]
if match.match(actual):
if match.count < 0:
# count was not specified, continue with next expected line,
# it does not matter if this line will be matched again or
# not.
i += 1
# count was specified (must be >0), continue expecting this
# same line. If count reached 0 we continue with next
# expected line but remember that this one must not match
# anymore.
match.count -= 1
if match.count == 0:
i += 1
if i < len(matches):
# reached the end of output without finding expected
return f'expected "{matches[i].expected}" not found in {desc}'
return ''
def validate_output(test: TestDef, stdo: str, stde: str) -> str:
return _compare_output(test.stdout, stdo, 'stdout')
# There are some class variables and such that cache
# information. Clear all of these. The better solution
# would be to change the code so that no state is persisted
# but that would be a lot of work given that Meson was originally
# coded to run as a batch process.
def clear_internal_caches() -> None:
import mesonbuild.interpreterbase
from mesonbuild.dependencies import CMakeDependency
from mesonbuild.mesonlib import PerMachine
mesonbuild.interpreterbase.FeatureNew.feature_registry = {}
CMakeDependency.class_cmakeinfo = PerMachine(None, None)
def run_test_inprocess(testdir: str) -> T.Tuple[int, str, str, str]:
old_stdout = sys.stdout
sys.stdout = mystdout = StringIO()
old_stderr = sys.stderr
sys.stderr = mystderr = StringIO()
old_cwd = os.getcwd()
test_log_fname = Path('meson-logs', 'testlog.txt')
returncode_test = mtest.run_with_args(['--no-rebuild'])
if test_log_fname.exists():
test_log ='utf-8', errors='ignore').read()
test_log = ''
returncode_benchmark = mtest.run_with_args(['--no-rebuild', '--benchmark', '--logbase', 'benchmarklog'])
sys.stdout = old_stdout
sys.stderr = old_stderr
return max(returncode_test, returncode_benchmark), mystdout.getvalue(), mystderr.getvalue(), test_log
# Build directory name must be the same so Ccache works over
# consecutive invocations.
def create_deterministic_builddir(test: TestDef, use_tmpdir: bool) -> str:
import hashlib
src_dir = test.path.as_posix()
src_dir +=
rel_dirname = 'b ' + hashlib.sha256(src_dir.encode(errors='ignore')).hexdigest()[0:10]
abs_pathname = os.path.join(tempfile.gettempdir() if use_tmpdir else os.getcwd(), rel_dirname)
if os.path.exists(abs_pathname):
return abs_pathname
def format_parameter_file(file_basename: str, test: TestDef, test_build_dir: str) -> Path:
confdata = ConfigurationData()
confdata.values = {'MESON_TEST_ROOT': (str(test.path.absolute()), 'base directory of current test')}
template = test.path / (file_basename + '.in')
destination = Path(test_build_dir) / file_basename
mesonlib.do_conf_file(str(template), str(destination), confdata, 'meson')
return destination
def detect_parameter_files(test: TestDef, test_build_dir: str) -> T.Tuple[Path, Path]:
nativefile = test.path / 'nativefile.ini'
crossfile = test.path / 'crossfile.ini'
if os.path.exists(str(test.path / '')):
nativefile = format_parameter_file('nativefile.ini', test, test_build_dir)
if os.path.exists(str(test.path / '')):
crossfile = format_parameter_file('crossfile.ini', test, test_build_dir)
return nativefile, crossfile
# In previous python versions the global variables are lost in ProcessPoolExecutor.
# So, we use this tuple to restore some of them
class GlobalState(T.NamedTuple):
compile_commands: T.List[str]
clean_commands: T.List[str]
test_commands: T.List[str]
install_commands: T.List[str]
uninstall_commands: T.List[str]
backend: 'Backend'
backend_flags: T.List[str]
host_c_compiler: T.Optional[str]
def run_test(test: TestDef,
extra_args: T.List[str],
should_fail: str,
use_tmp: bool,
state: T.Optional[GlobalState] = None) -> T.Optional[TestResult]:
# Unpack the global state
global compile_commands, clean_commands, test_commands, install_commands, uninstall_commands, backend, backend_flags, host_c_compiler
if state is not None:
compile_commands, clean_commands, test_commands, install_commands, uninstall_commands, backend, backend_flags, host_c_compiler = state
# Store that this is a worker process
global is_worker_process
is_worker_process = True
# Setup the test environment
assert not test.skip, 'Skipped test should not be run'
build_dir = create_deterministic_builddir(test, use_tmp)
with TemporaryDirectoryWinProof(prefix='i ', dir=None if use_tmp else os.getcwd()) as install_dir:
return _run_test(test, build_dir, install_dir, extra_args, should_fail)
except TestResult as r:
return r
mlog.shutdown() # Close the log file because otherwise Windows wets itself.
def _run_test(test: TestDef,
test_build_dir: str,
install_dir: str,
extra_args: T.List[str],
should_fail: str) -> TestResult:
gen_start = time.time()
# Configure in-process
gen_args = [] # type: T.List[str]
if 'prefix' not in test.do_not_set_opts:
gen_args += ['--prefix', 'x:/usr'] if mesonlib.is_windows() else ['--prefix', '/usr']
if 'libdir' not in test.do_not_set_opts:
gen_args += ['--libdir', 'lib']
gen_args += [test.path.as_posix(), test_build_dir] + backend_flags + extra_args
nativefile, crossfile = detect_parameter_files(test, test_build_dir)
if nativefile.exists():
gen_args.extend(['--native-file', nativefile.as_posix()])
if crossfile.exists():
gen_args.extend(['--cross-file', crossfile.as_posix()])
(returncode, stdo, stde) = run_configure(gen_args, env=test.env, catch_exception=True)
logfile = Path(test_build_dir, 'meson-logs', 'meson-log.txt')
with'ignore', encoding='utf-8') as fid:
mesonlog =
except Exception:
mesonlog = no_meson_log_msg
cicmds = run_ci_commands(mesonlog)
testresult = TestResult(cicmds)
testresult.add_step(BuildStep.configure, stdo, stde, mesonlog, time.time() - gen_start)
output_msg = validate_output(test, stdo, stde)
testresult.mlog += output_msg
if output_msg:'Unexpected output while configuring.')
return testresult
if should_fail == 'meson':
if returncode == 1:
return testresult
elif returncode != 0:'Test exited with unexpected status {returncode}.')
return testresult
else:'Test that should have failed succeeded.')
return testresult
if returncode != 0:'Generating the build system failed.')
return testresult
builddata = build.load(test_build_dir)
dir_args = get_backend_args_for_dir(backend, test_build_dir)
# Build with subprocess
def build_step() -> None:
build_start = time.time()
pc, o, e = Popen_safe(compile_commands + dir_args, cwd=test_build_dir)
testresult.add_step(, o, e, '', time.time() - build_start)
if should_fail == 'build':
if pc.returncode != 0:
raise testresult'Test that should have failed to build succeeded.')
raise testresult
if pc.returncode != 0:'Compiling source code failed.')
raise testresult
# Touch the file to force a regenerate
def force_regenerate() -> None:
os.utime(str(test.path / ''))
# just test building
# test that regeneration works for build step
build_step() # TBD: assert nothing gets built after the regenerate?
# test that regeneration works for test step
# Test in-process
test_start = time.time()
(returncode, tstdo, tstde, test_log) = run_test_inprocess(test_build_dir)
testresult.add_step(BuildStep.test, tstdo, tstde, test_log, time.time() - test_start)
if should_fail == 'test':
if returncode != 0:
return testresult'Test that should have failed to run unit tests succeeded.')
return testresult
if returncode != 0:'Running unit tests failed.')
return testresult
# Do installation, if the backend supports it
if install_commands:
env = test.env.copy()
env['DESTDIR'] = install_dir
# Install with subprocess
pi, o, e = Popen_safe(install_commands, cwd=test_build_dir, env=env)
testresult.add_step(BuildStep.install, o, e)
if pi.returncode != 0:'Running install failed.')
return testresult
# Clean with subprocess
env = test.env.copy()
pi, o, e = Popen_safe(clean_commands + dir_args, cwd=test_build_dir, env=env)
testresult.add_step(BuildStep.clean, o, e)
if pi.returncode != 0:'Running clean failed.')
return testresult
# Validate installed files
testresult.add_step(BuildStep.install, '', '')
if not install_commands:
return testresult
install_msg = validate_install(test, Path(install_dir), builddata.environment)
if install_msg:'\n' + install_msg)
return testresult
return testresult
# processing of test.json 'skip_*' keys, which can appear at top level, or in
# matrix:
def _skip_keys(test_def: T.Dict) -> T.Tuple[bool, bool]:
skip_expected = False
# Test is expected to skip if MESON_CI_JOBNAME contains any of the list of
# substrings
if ('skip_on_jobname' in test_def) and (ci_jobname is not None):
skip_expected = any(s in ci_jobname for s in test_def['skip_on_jobname'])
# Test is expected to skip if os matches
if 'skip_on_os' in test_def:
mesonenv = environment.Environment(None, None, get_fake_options('/'))
for skip_os in test_def['skip_on_os']:
if skip_os.startswith('!'):
if != skip_os[1:]:
skip_expected = True
if == skip_os:
skip_expected = True
# Skip if environment variable is present
skip = False
if 'skip_on_env' in test_def:
for skip_env_var in test_def['skip_on_env']:
if skip_env_var in os.environ:
skip = True
return (skip, skip_expected)
def load_test_json(t: TestDef, stdout_mandatory: bool) -> T.List[TestDef]:
all_tests: T.List[TestDef] = []
test_def = {}
test_def_file = t.path / 'test.json'
if test_def_file.is_file():
test_def = json.loads(test_def_file.read_text(encoding='utf-8'))
# Handle additional environment variables
env = {} # type: T.Dict[str, str]
if 'env' in test_def:
assert isinstance(test_def['env'], dict)
env = test_def['env']
for key, val in env.items():
val = val.replace('@ROOT@', t.path.resolve().as_posix())
val = val.replace('@PATH@', t.env.get('PATH', ''))
env[key] = val
# Handle installed files
installed = [] # type: T.List[InstalledFile]
if 'installed' in test_def:
installed = [InstalledFile(x) for x in test_def['installed']]
# Handle expected output
stdout = test_def.get('stdout', [])
if stdout_mandatory and not stdout:
raise RuntimeError(f"{test_def_file} must contain a non-empty stdout key")
# Handle the do_not_set_opts list
do_not_set_opts = test_def.get('do_not_set_opts', []) # type: T.List[str]
(t.skip, t.skip_expected) = _skip_keys(test_def)
# Skip tests if the tool requirements are not met
if 'tools' in test_def:
assert isinstance(test_def['tools'], dict)
for tool, vers_req in test_def['tools'].items():
if tool not in tool_vers_map:
t.skip = True
elif not mesonlib.version_compare(tool_vers_map[tool], vers_req):
t.skip = True
# Skip the matrix code and just update the existing test
if 'matrix' not in test_def:
t.installed_files = installed
t.do_not_set_opts = do_not_set_opts
t.stdout = stdout
return [t]
new_opt_list: T.List[T.List[T.Tuple[str, bool, bool]]]
# 'matrix; entry is present, so build multiple tests from matrix definition
opt_list = [] # type: T.List[T.List[T.Tuple[str, bool, bool]]]
matrix = test_def['matrix']
assert "options" in matrix
for key, val in matrix["options"].items():
assert isinstance(val, list)
tmp_opts = [] # type: T.List[T.Tuple[str, bool, bool]]
for i in val:
assert isinstance(i, dict)
assert "val" in i
(skip, skip_expected) = _skip_keys(i)
# Only run the test if all compiler ID's match
if 'compilers' in i:
for lang, id_list in i['compilers'].items():
if lang not in compiler_id_map or compiler_id_map[lang] not in id_list:
skip = True
# Add an empty matrix entry
if i['val'] is None:
tmp_opts += [(None, skip, skip_expected)]
tmp_opts += [('{}={}'.format(key, i['val']), skip, skip_expected)]
if opt_list:
new_opt_list = []
for i in opt_list:
for j in tmp_opts:
new_opt_list += [[*i, j]]
opt_list = new_opt_list
opt_list = [[x] for x in tmp_opts]
# Exclude specific configurations
if 'exclude' in matrix:
assert isinstance(matrix['exclude'], list)
new_opt_list = []
for i in opt_list:
exclude = False
opt_names = [x[0] for x in i]
for j in matrix['exclude']:
ex_list = [f'{k}={v}' for k, v in j.items()]
if all([x in opt_names for x in ex_list]):
exclude = True
if not exclude:
new_opt_list += [i]
opt_list = new_opt_list
for i in opt_list:
name = ' '.join([x[0] for x in i if x[0] is not None])
opts = ['-D' + x[0] for x in i if x[0] is not None]
skip = any([x[1] for x in i])
skip_expected = any([x[2] for x in i])
test = TestDef(t.path, name, opts, skip or t.skip)
test.installed_files = installed
test.do_not_set_opts = do_not_set_opts
test.stdout = stdout
test.skip_expected = skip_expected or t.skip_expected
return all_tests
def gather_tests(testdir: Path, stdout_mandatory: bool, only: T.List[str]) -> T.List[TestDef]:
all_tests: T.List[TestDef] = []
for t in testdir.iterdir():
# Filter non-tests files (dot files, etc)
if not t.is_dir() or'.'):
if only and not any( for prefix in only):
test_def = TestDef(t, None, [])
all_tests.extend(load_test_json(test_def, stdout_mandatory))
return sorted(all_tests)
def have_d_compiler() -> bool:
if shutil.which("ldc2"):
return True
elif shutil.which("ldc"):
return True
elif shutil.which("gdc"):
return True
elif shutil.which("dmd"):
# The Windows installer sometimes produces a DMD install
# that exists but segfaults every time the compiler is run.
# Don't know why. Don't know how to fix. Skip in this case.
cp =['dmd', '--version'],
if cp.stdout == b'':
return False
return True
return False
def have_objc_compiler(use_tmp: bool) -> bool:
with TemporaryDirectoryWinProof(prefix='b ', dir=None if use_tmp else '.') as build_dir:
env = environment.Environment(None, build_dir, get_fake_options('/'))
objc_comp = detect_objc_compiler(env, MachineChoice.HOST)
except mesonlib.MesonException:
return False
if not objc_comp:
return False
env.coredata.process_new_compiler('objc', objc_comp, env)
objc_comp.sanity_check(env.get_scratch_dir(), env)
except mesonlib.MesonException:
return False
return True
def have_objcpp_compiler(use_tmp: bool) -> bool:
with TemporaryDirectoryWinProof(prefix='b ', dir=None if use_tmp else '.') as build_dir:
env = environment.Environment(None, build_dir, get_fake_options('/'))
objcpp_comp = detect_objcpp_compiler(env, MachineChoice.HOST)
except mesonlib.MesonException:
return False
if not objcpp_comp:
return False
env.coredata.process_new_compiler('objcpp', objcpp_comp, env)
objcpp_comp.sanity_check(env.get_scratch_dir(), env)
except mesonlib.MesonException:
return False
return True
def have_java() -> bool:
if shutil.which('javac') and shutil.which('java'):
return True
return False
def skip_dont_care(t: TestDef) -> bool:
# Everything is optional when not running on CI
if ci_jobname is None:
return True
# Non-frameworks test are allowed to determine their own skipping under CI (currently)
if not t.category.endswith('frameworks'):
return True
if mesonlib.is_osx() and '6 gettext' in str(t.path):
return True
return False
def skip_csharp(backend: Backend) -> bool:
if backend is not
return True
if not shutil.which('resgen'):
return True
if shutil.which('mcs'):
return False
if shutil.which('csc'):
# Only support VS2017 for now. Earlier versions fail
# under CI in mysterious ways.
stdo = subprocess.check_output(['csc', '/version'])
except subprocess.CalledProcessError:
return True
# Having incrementing version numbers would be too easy.
# Microsoft reset the versioning back to 1.0 (from 4.x)
# when they got the Roslyn based compiler. Thus there
# is NO WAY to reliably do version number comparisons.
# Only support the version that ships with VS2017.
return not stdo.startswith(b'2.')
return True
# In Azure some setups have a broken rustc that will error out
# on all compilation attempts.
def has_broken_rustc() -> bool:
dirname = Path('brokenrusttest')
if dirname.exists():
sanity_file = dirname / ''
sanity_file.write_text('fn main() {\n}\n', encoding='utf-8')
pc =['rustc', '-o', 'sanity.exe', ''],
stdout = subprocess.DEVNULL,
stderr = subprocess.DEVNULL)
return pc.returncode != 0
def should_skip_rust(backend: Backend) -> bool:
if not shutil.which('rustc'):
return True
if backend is not
return True
if mesonlib.is_windows():
if has_broken_rustc():
return True
return False
def should_skip_wayland() -> bool:
if mesonlib.is_windows() or mesonlib.is_osx():
return True
if not shutil.which('wayland-scanner'):
return True
return False
def detect_tests_to_run(only: T.Dict[str, T.List[str]], use_tmp: bool) -> T.List[T.Tuple[str, T.List[TestDef], bool]]:
only: dict of categories and list of test cases, optional
specify names of tests to run
gathered_tests: list of tuple of str, list of TestDef, bool
tests to run
skip_fortran = not(shutil.which('gfortran') or
shutil.which('flang') or
shutil.which('pgfortran') or
shutil.which('nagfor') or
skip_cmake = ((os.environ.get('compiler') == 'msvc2015' and under_ci) or
'cmake' not in tool_vers_map or
not mesonlib.version_compare(tool_vers_map['cmake'], '>=3.14'))
class TestCategory:
def __init__(self, category: str, subdir: str, skip: bool = False, stdout_mandatory: bool = False):
self.category = category # category name
self.subdir = subdir # subdirectory
self.skip = skip # skip condition
self.stdout_mandatory = stdout_mandatory # expected stdout is mandatory for tests in this category
all_tests = [
TestCategory('cmake', 'cmake', skip_cmake),
TestCategory('common', 'common'),
TestCategory('native', 'native'),
TestCategory('warning-meson', 'warning', stdout_mandatory=True),
TestCategory('failing-meson', 'failing', stdout_mandatory=True),
TestCategory('failing-build', 'failing build'),
TestCategory('failing-test', 'failing test'),
TestCategory('keyval', 'keyval'),
TestCategory('platform-osx', 'osx', not mesonlib.is_osx()),
TestCategory('platform-windows', 'windows', not mesonlib.is_windows() and not mesonlib.is_cygwin()),
TestCategory('platform-linux', 'linuxlike', mesonlib.is_osx() or mesonlib.is_windows()),
TestCategory('java', 'java', backend is not or mesonlib.is_osx() or not have_java()),
TestCategory('C#', 'csharp', skip_csharp(backend)),
TestCategory('vala', 'vala', backend is not or not shutil.which(os.environ.get('VALAC', 'valac'))),
TestCategory('cython', 'cython', backend is not or not shutil.which(os.environ.get('CYTHON', 'cython'))),
TestCategory('rust', 'rust', should_skip_rust(backend)),
TestCategory('d', 'd', backend is not or not have_d_compiler()),
TestCategory('objective c', 'objc', backend not in (, Backend.xcode) or not have_objc_compiler(options.use_tmpdir)),
TestCategory('objective c++', 'objcpp', backend not in (, Backend.xcode) or not have_objcpp_compiler(options.use_tmpdir)),
TestCategory('fortran', 'fortran', skip_fortran or backend !=,
TestCategory('swift', 'swift', backend not in (, Backend.xcode) or not shutil.which('swiftc')),
# CUDA tests on Windows: use Ninja backend: python --only cuda --backend ninja
TestCategory('cuda', 'cuda', backend not in (, Backend.xcode) or not shutil.which('nvcc')),
TestCategory('python3', 'python3', backend is not,
TestCategory('python', 'python'),
TestCategory('fpga', 'fpga', shutil.which('yosys') is None),
TestCategory('frameworks', 'frameworks'),
TestCategory('nasm', 'nasm'),
TestCategory('wasm', 'wasm', shutil.which('emcc') is None or backend is not,
TestCategory('wayland', 'wayland', should_skip_wayland()),
categories = [t.category for t in all_tests]
assert categories == ALL_TESTS, 'argparse("--only", choices=ALL_TESTS) need to be updated to match all_tests categories'
if only:
for key in only.keys():
assert key in categories, f'key `{key}` is not a recognized category'
all_tests = [t for t in all_tests if t.category in only.keys()]
gathered_tests = [(t.category, gather_tests(Path('test cases', t.subdir), t.stdout_mandatory, only[t.category]), t.skip) for t in all_tests]
return gathered_tests
def run_tests(all_tests: T.List[T.Tuple[str, T.List[TestDef], bool]],
log_name_base: str,
failfast: bool,
extra_args: T.List[str],
use_tmp: bool,
num_workers: int) -> T.Tuple[int, int, int]:
txtname = log_name_base + '.txt'
with open(txtname, 'w', encoding='utf-8', errors='ignore') as lf:
return _run_tests(all_tests, log_name_base, failfast, extra_args, use_tmp, num_workers, lf)
class TestStatus(Enum):
OK = normal_green(' [SUCCESS] ')
SKIP = yellow(' [SKIPPED] ')
ERROR = red(' [ERROR] ')
UNEXRUN = red(' [UNEXRUN] ')
RUNNING = blue(' [RUNNING] ') # Should never be actually printed
LOG = bold(' [LOG] ') # Should never be actually printed
def default_print(*args: mlog.TV_Loggable, sep: str = ' ') -> None:
print(*args, sep=sep)
safe_print = default_print
class TestRunFuture:
def __init__(self, name: str, testdef: TestDef, future: T.Optional['Future[T.Optional[TestResult]]']) -> None:
super().__init__() = name
self.testdef = testdef
self.future = future
self.status = TestStatus.RUNNING if self.future is not None else TestStatus.SKIP
def result(self) -> T.Optional[TestResult]:
return self.future.result() if self.future else None
def log(self) -> None:
without_install = '' if install_commands else '(without install)'
safe_print(self.status.value, without_install, *self.testdef.display_name())
def update_log(self, new_status: TestStatus) -> None:
self.status = new_status
def cancel(self) -> None:
if self.future is not None and self.future.cancel():
self.status = TestStatus.CANCELED
class LogRunFuture:
def __init__(self, msgs: mlog.TV_LoggableList) -> None:
self.msgs = msgs
self.status = TestStatus.LOG
def log(self) -> None:
safe_print(*self.msgs, sep='')
def cancel(self) -> None:
RunFutureUnion = T.Union[TestRunFuture, LogRunFuture]
def test_emits_skip_msg(line: str) -> bool:
for prefix in {'Problem encountered', 'Assert failed', 'Failed to configure the CMake subproject'}:
if f'{prefix}: MESON_SKIP_TEST' in line:
return True
return False
def _run_tests(all_tests: T.List[T.Tuple[str, T.List[TestDef], bool]],
log_name_base: str,
failfast: bool,
extra_args: T.List[str],
use_tmp: bool,
num_workers: int,
logfile: T.TextIO) -> T.Tuple[int, int, int]:
global stop, host_c_compiler
xmlname = log_name_base + '.xml'
junit_root = ET.Element('testsuites')
conf_time: float = 0
build_time: float = 0
test_time: float = 0
passing_tests = 0
failing_tests = 0
skipped_tests = 0
print(f'\nRunning tests with {num_workers} workers')
# Pack the global state
state = GlobalState(compile_commands, clean_commands, test_commands, install_commands, uninstall_commands, backend, backend_flags, host_c_compiler)
executor = ProcessPoolExecutor(max_workers=num_workers)
futures: T.List[RunFutureUnion] = []
# First, collect and start all tests and also queue log messages
for name, test_cases, skipped in all_tests:
current_suite = ET.SubElement(junit_root, 'testsuite', {'name': name, 'tests': str(len(test_cases))})
if skipped:
futures += [LogRunFuture(['\n', bold(f'Not running {name} tests.'), '\n'])]
futures += [LogRunFuture(['\n', bold(f'Running {name} tests.'), '\n'])]
for t in test_cases:
# Jenkins screws us over by automatically sorting test cases by name
# and getting it wrong by not doing logical number sorting.
(testnum, testbase) =' ', 1)
testname = '%.3d %s' % (int(testnum), testbase)
testname += f' ({})'
should_fail = ''
suite_args = []
if name.startswith('failing'):
should_fail = name.split('failing-')[1]
if name.startswith('warning'):
suite_args = ['--fatal-meson-warnings']
should_fail = name.split('warning-')[1]
if skipped or t.skip:
futures += [TestRunFuture(testname, t, None)]
result_future = executor.submit(run_test, t, extra_args + suite_args + t.args, should_fail, use_tmp, state=state)
futures += [TestRunFuture(testname, t, result_future)]
# Ensure we only cancel once
tests_canceled = False
# Optionally enable the tqdm progress bar, but only if there is at least
# one LogRunFuture and one TestRunFuture
global safe_print
futures_iter: T.Iterable[RunFutureUnion] = futures
if len(futures) > 2:
from tqdm import tqdm
futures_iter = tqdm(futures, desc='Running tests', unit='test')
def tqdm_print(*args: mlog.TV_Loggable, sep: str = ' ') -> None:
tqdm.write(sep.join([str(x) for x in args]))
safe_print = tqdm_print
except ImportError:
# Wait and handle the test results and print the stored log output
for f in futures_iter:
# Just a log entry to print something to stdout
if isinstance(f, LogRunFuture):
# Actual Test run
testname =
t = f.testdef
result = f.result
except (CancelledError, KeyboardInterrupt):
f.status = TestStatus.CANCELED
if stop and not tests_canceled:
num_running = sum(1 if f2.status is TestStatus.RUNNING else 0 for f2 in futures)
for f2 in futures:
num_canceled = sum(1 if f2.status is TestStatus.CANCELED else 0 for f2 in futures)
safe_print(f'\nCanceled {num_canceled} out of {num_running} running tests.')
safe_print(f'Finishing the remaining {num_running - num_canceled} tests.\n')
tests_canceled = True
# Handle canceled tests
if f.status is TestStatus.CANCELED:
# Handle skipped tests
if result is None:
# skipped due to skipped category skip or 'tools:' or 'skip_on_env:'
is_skipped = True
skip_reason = 'not run because preconditions were not met'
skip_as_expected = True
# skipped due to test outputting 'MESON_SKIP_TEST'
for l in result.stdo.splitlines():
if test_emits_skip_msg(l):
is_skipped = True
offset = l.index('MESON_SKIP_TEST') + 16
skip_reason = l[offset:].strip()
is_skipped = False
skip_reason = ''
if not skip_dont_care(t):
skip_as_expected = (is_skipped == t.skip_expected)
skip_as_expected = True
if is_skipped:
skipped_tests += 1
if is_skipped and skip_as_expected:
safe_print(bold('Reason:'), skip_reason)
current_test = ET.SubElement(current_suite, 'testcase', {'name': testname, 'classname': t.category})
ET.SubElement(current_test, 'skipped', {})
if not skip_as_expected:
failing_tests += 1
if is_skipped:
skip_msg = 'Test asked to be skipped, but was not expected to'
status = TestStatus.UNEXSKIP
skip_msg = 'Test ran, but was expected to be skipped'
status = TestStatus.UNEXRUN
result.msg = f"{skip_msg} for MESON_CI_JOBNAME '{ci_jobname}'"
current_test = ET.SubElement(current_suite, 'testcase', {'name': testname, 'classname': t.category})
ET.SubElement(current_test, 'failure', {'message': result.msg})
# Handle Failed tests
if result.msg != '':
safe_print(bold('Reason:'), result.msg)
failing_tests += 1
# Append a visual separator for the different test cases
cols = shutil.get_terminal_size((100, 20)).columns
name_str = ' '.join([str(x) for x in f.testdef.display_name()])
name_len = len(re.sub(r'\x1B[^m]+m', '', name_str)) # Do not count escape sequences
left_w = (cols // 2) - (name_len // 2) - 1
left_w = max(3, left_w)
right_w = cols - left_w - name_len - 2
right_w = max(3, right_w)
failing_logs.append(f'\n\x1b[31m{"="*left_w}\x1b[0m {name_str} \x1b[31m{"="*right_w}\x1b[0m\n')
if result.step == BuildStep.configure and result.mlog != no_meson_log_msg:
# For configure failures, instead of printing stdout,
# print the meson log if available since it's a superset
# of stdout and often has very useful information.
elif under_ci:
# Always print the complete meson log when running in
# a CI. This helps debugging issues that only occur in
# a hard to reproduce environment
for cmd_res in result.cicmds:
if failfast:
safe_print("Cancelling the rest of the tests")
for f2 in futures:
passing_tests += 1
conf_time += result.conftime
build_time += result.buildtime
test_time += result.testtime
total_time = conf_time + build_time + test_time
log_text_file(logfile, t.path, result)
current_test = ET.SubElement(
{'name': testname, 'classname': t.category, 'time': '%.3f' % total_time}
if result.msg != '':
ET.SubElement(current_test, 'failure', {'message': result.msg})
stdoel = ET.SubElement(current_test, 'system-out')
stdoel.text = result.stdo
stdeel = ET.SubElement(current_test, 'system-err')
stdeel.text = result.stde
# Reset, just in case
safe_print = default_print
print("Total configuration time: %.2fs" % conf_time)
print("Total build time: %.2fs" % build_time)
print("Total test time: %.2fs" % test_time)
ET.ElementTree(element=junit_root).write(xmlname, xml_declaration=True, encoding='UTF-8')
return passing_tests, failing_tests, skipped_tests
def check_meson_commands_work(use_tmpdir: bool, extra_args: T.List[str]) -> None:
global backend, compile_commands, test_commands, install_commands
testdir = PurePath('test cases', 'common', '1 trivial').as_posix()
meson_commands = mesonlib.python_command + [get_meson_script()]
with TemporaryDirectoryWinProof(prefix='b ', dir=None if use_tmpdir else '.') as build_dir:
print('Checking that configuring works...')
gen_cmd = meson_commands + [testdir, build_dir] + backend_flags + extra_args
pc, o, e = Popen_safe(gen_cmd)
if pc.returncode != 0:
raise RuntimeError(f'Failed to configure {testdir!r}:\n{e}\n{o}')
print('Checking that introspect works...')
pc, o, e = Popen_safe(meson_commands + ['introspect', '--targets'], cwd=build_dir)
if pc.returncode != 0:
raise RuntimeError(f'Failed to introspect --targets {testdir!r}:\n{e}\n{o}')
print('Checking that building works...')
dir_args = get_backend_args_for_dir(backend, build_dir)
pc, o, e = Popen_safe(compile_commands + dir_args, cwd=build_dir)
if pc.returncode != 0:
raise RuntimeError(f'Failed to build {testdir!r}:\n{e}\n{o}')
print('Checking that testing works...')
pc, o, e = Popen_safe(test_commands, cwd=build_dir)
if pc.returncode != 0:
raise RuntimeError(f'Failed to test {testdir!r}:\n{e}\n{o}')
if install_commands:
print('Checking that installing works...')
pc, o, e = Popen_safe(install_commands, cwd=build_dir)
if pc.returncode != 0:
raise RuntimeError(f'Failed to install {testdir!r}:\n{e}\n{o}')
def detect_system_compiler(options: 'CompilerArgumentType') -> None:
global host_c_compiler, compiler_id_map
fake_opts = get_fake_options('/')
if options.cross_file:
fake_opts.cross_file = [options.cross_file]
if options.native_file:
fake_opts.native_file = [options.native_file]
env = environment.Environment(None, None, fake_opts)
print_compilers(env, MachineChoice.HOST)
if options.cross_file:
print_compilers(env, MachineChoice.BUILD)
for lang in sorted(compilers.all_languages):
comp = compiler_from_language(env, lang, MachineChoice.HOST)
# note compiler id for later use with test.json matrix
compiler_id_map[lang] = comp.get_id()
except mesonlib.MesonException:
comp = None
# note C compiler for later use by platform_fix_name()
if lang == 'c':
if comp:
host_c_compiler = comp.get_id()
raise RuntimeError("Could not find C compiler.")
def print_compilers(env: 'Environment', machine: MachineChoice) -> None:
print(f'{machine.get_lower_case_name()} machine compilers')
for lang in sorted(compilers.all_languages):
comp = compiler_from_language(env, lang, machine)
details = '{:<10} {} {}'.format('[' + comp.get_id() + ']', ' '.join(comp.get_exelist()), comp.get_version_string())
except mesonlib.MesonException:
details = '[not found]'
print(f'{lang:<7}: {details}')
class ToolInfo(T.NamedTuple):
tool: str
args: T.List[str]
regex: T.Pattern
match_group: int
def print_tool_versions() -> None:
tools: T.List[ToolInfo] = [
re.compile(r'^cmake version ([0-9]+(\.[0-9]+)*(-[a-z0-9]+)?)$'),
def get_version(t: ToolInfo) -> str:
exe = shutil.which(t.tool)
if not exe:
return 'not found'
args = [t.tool] + t.args
pc, o, e = Popen_safe(args)
if pc.returncode != 0:
return f'{exe} (invalid {t.tool} executable)'
for i in o.split('\n'):
i = i.strip('\n\r\t ')
m = t.regex.match(i)
if m is not None:
tool_vers_map[t.tool] =
return '{} ({})'.format(exe,
return f'{exe} (unknown)'
max_width = max([len(x.tool) for x in tools] + [7])
for tool in tools:
print('{0:<{2}}: {1}'.format(tool.tool, get_version(tool), max_width))
def clear_transitive_files() -> None:
a = Path('test cases/common')
for d in a.glob('*subproject subdir/subprojects/subsubsub*'):
if d.is_dir():
if __name__ == '__main__':
if under_ci and not raw_ci_jobname:
raise SystemExit('Running under CI but $MESON_CI_JOBNAME is not set (set to "thirdparty" if you are running outside of the github org)')
# This fails in some CI environments for unknown reasons.
num_workers = multiprocessing.cpu_count()
except Exception as e:
print('Could not determine number of CPUs due to the following reason:', str(e))
print('Defaulting to using only two processes')
num_workers = 2
if num_workers > 64:
# Too much parallelism seems to trigger a potential Python bug:
num_workers = 64
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description="Run the test suite of Meson.")
parser.add_argument('extra_args', nargs='*',
help='arguments that are passed directly to Meson (remember to have -- before these).')
parser.add_argument('--backend', dest='backend', choices=backendlist)
parser.add_argument('-j', dest='num_workers', type=int, default=num_workers,
help=f'Maximum number of parallel tests (default {num_workers})')
parser.add_argument('--failfast', action='store_true',
help='Stop running if test case fails')
parser.add_argument('--no-unittests', action='store_true',
help='Not used, only here to simplify')
parser.add_argument('--only', default=[],
help='name of test(s) to run, in format "category[/name]" where category is one of: ' + ', '.join(ALL_TESTS), nargs='+')
parser.add_argument('--cross-file', action='store', help='File describing cross compilation environment.')
parser.add_argument('--native-file', action='store', help='File describing native compilation environment.')
parser.add_argument('--use-tmpdir', action='store_true', help='Use tmp directory for temporary files.')
options = T.cast('ArgumentType', parser.parse_args())
if options.cross_file:
options.extra_args += ['--cross-file', options.cross_file]
if options.native_file:
options.extra_args += ['--native-file', options.native_file]
print('Meson build system', meson_version, 'Project Tests')
print('Using python', sys.version.split('\n')[0])
if 'VSCMD_VER' in os.environ:
print('VSCMD version', os.environ['VSCMD_VER'])
script_dir = os.path.split(__file__)[0]
if script_dir != '':
check_meson_commands_work(options.use_tmpdir, options.extra_args)
only = collections.defaultdict(list)
for i in options.only:
cat, case = i.split('/')
except ValueError:
all_tests = detect_tests_to_run(only, options.use_tmpdir)
res = run_tests(all_tests, 'meson-test-run', options.failfast, options.extra_args, options.use_tmpdir, options.num_workers)
(passing_tests, failing_tests, skipped_tests) = res
except StopException:
print('Total passed tests: ', green(str(passing_tests)))
print('Total failed tests: ', red(str(failing_tests)))
print('Total skipped tests:', yellow(str(skipped_tests)))
if failing_tests > 0:
print('\nMesonlogs of failing tests\n')
for l in failing_logs:
print(l, '\n')
except UnicodeError:
print(l.encode('ascii', errors='replace').decode(), '\n')
for name, dirs, _ in all_tests:
dir_names = list({ for x in dirs})
for k, g in itertools.groupby(dir_names, key=lambda x: x.split()[0]):
tests = list(g)
if len(tests) != 1:
print('WARNING: The {} suite contains duplicate "{}" tests: "{}"'.format(name, k, '", "'.join(tests)))
raise SystemExit(failing_tests)