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#!/usr/bin/env python
# Copyright (c) 2012 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
import os
import re
import subprocess
import sys
import tarfile
import tempfile
import test_server
import unittest
import zipfile
SCRIPT_DIR = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(__file__))
BUILD_TOOLS_DIR = os.path.dirname(SCRIPT_DIR)
TOOLS_DIR = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(BUILD_TOOLS_DIR), 'tools')
sys.path.extend([BUILD_TOOLS_DIR, TOOLS_DIR])
import getos
import manifest_util
import oshelpers
MANIFEST_BASENAME = 'naclsdk_manifest2.json'
# Attribute '' defined outside __init__
# pylint: disable=W0201
class SdkToolsTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
def tearDown(self):
if self.server:
self.server.Shutdown()
oshelpers.Remove(['-rf', self.basedir])
def SetupDefault(self):
self.SetupWithBaseDirPrefix('sdktools')
def SetupWithBaseDirPrefix(self, basedir_prefix, tmpdir=None):
self.basedir = tempfile.mkdtemp(prefix=basedir_prefix, dir=tmpdir)
self.nacl_sdk_base = os.path.join(self.basedir, 'nacl_sdk')
self.cache_dir = os.path.join(self.nacl_sdk_base, 'sdk_cache')
# We have to make sure that we build our updaters with a version that is at
# least as large as the version in the sdk_tools bundle. If not, update
# tests may fail because the "current" version (according to the sdk_cache)
# is greater than the version we are attempting to update to.
self.current_revision = self._GetSdkToolsBundleRevision()
self._BuildUpdater(self.basedir, self.current_revision)
self.manifest = self._ReadCacheManifest()
self.sdk_tools_bundle = self.manifest.GetBundle('sdk_tools')
self.server = test_server.LocalHTTPServer(self.basedir)
def _GetSdkToolsBundleRevision(self):
"""Get the sdk_tools bundle revision.
We get this from the checked-in path; this is the same file that
build_updater uses to specify the current revision of sdk_tools."""
manifest_filename = os.path.join(BUILD_TOOLS_DIR, 'json',
'naclsdk_manifest0.json')
manifest = manifest_util.SDKManifest()
manifest.LoadDataFromString(open(manifest_filename, 'r').read())
return manifest.GetBundle('sdk_tools').revision
def _WriteConfig(self, config_data):
config_filename = os.path.join(self.cache_dir, 'naclsdk_config.json')
with open(config_filename, 'w') as stream:
stream.write(config_data)
def _WriteCacheManifest(self, manifest):
"""Write the manifest at nacl_sdk/sdk_cache.
This is useful for faking having installed a bundle.
"""
manifest_filename = os.path.join(self.cache_dir, MANIFEST_BASENAME)
with open(manifest_filename, 'w') as stream:
stream.write(manifest.GetDataAsString())
def _ReadCacheManifest(self):
"""Read the manifest at nacl_sdk/sdk_cache."""
manifest_filename = os.path.join(self.cache_dir, MANIFEST_BASENAME)
manifest = manifest_util.SDKManifest()
with open(manifest_filename) as stream:
manifest.LoadDataFromString(stream.read())
return manifest
def _WriteManifest(self):
with open(os.path.join(self.basedir, MANIFEST_BASENAME), 'w') as stream:
stream.write(self.manifest.GetDataAsString())
def _BuildUpdater(self, out_dir, revision=None):
build_updater_py = os.path.join(BUILD_TOOLS_DIR, 'build_updater.py')
cmd = [sys.executable, build_updater_py, '-o', out_dir]
if revision:
cmd.extend(['-r', str(revision)])
process = subprocess.Popen(cmd, stdout=subprocess.PIPE)
_, _ = process.communicate()
self.assertEqual(process.returncode, 0)
def _BuildUpdaterArchive(self, rel_path, revision):
"""Build a new sdk_tools bundle.
Args:
rel_path: The relative path to build the updater.
revision: The revision number to give to this bundle.
Returns:
A manifest_util.Archive() that points to this new bundle on the local
server.
"""
self._BuildUpdater(os.path.join(self.basedir, rel_path), revision)
new_sdk_tools_tgz = os.path.join(self.basedir, rel_path, 'sdk_tools.tgz')
with open(new_sdk_tools_tgz, 'rb') as sdk_tools_stream:
archive_sha1, archive_size = manifest_util.DownloadAndComputeHash(
sdk_tools_stream)
archive = manifest_util.Archive('all')
archive.url = self.server.GetURL('%s/sdk_tools.tgz' % (rel_path,))
archive.checksum = archive_sha1
archive.size = archive_size
return archive
def _Run(self, args, expect_error=False):
naclsdk_shell_script = os.path.join(self.nacl_sdk_base, 'naclsdk')
if getos.GetPlatform() == 'win':
naclsdk_shell_script += '.bat'
cmd = [naclsdk_shell_script]
cmd.extend(args)
cmd.extend(['-U', self.server.GetURL(MANIFEST_BASENAME)])
process = subprocess.Popen(cmd, stdout=subprocess.PIPE)
stdout, _ = process.communicate()
if ((expect_error and process.returncode == 0) or
(not expect_error and process.returncode != 0)):
self.fail('Error running nacl_sdk:\n"""\n%s\n"""' % stdout)
return stdout
def _RunAndExtractRevision(self):
stdout = self._Run(['version'])
match = re.search('version r(\d+)', stdout)
self.assertTrue(match is not None)
return int(match.group(1))
class TestSdkTools(SdkToolsTestCase):
def testPathHasSpaces(self):
"""Test that running naclsdk from a path with spaces works."""
self.SetupWithBaseDirPrefix('sdk tools')
self._WriteManifest()
self._RunAndExtractRevision()
class TestBuildUpdater(SdkToolsTestCase):
def setUp(self):
self.SetupDefault()
def testUpdaterPathsAreSane(self):
"""Test that the paths to files in nacl_sdk.zip and sdktools.tgz are
relative to the output directory."""
nacl_sdk_zip_path = os.path.join(self.basedir, 'nacl_sdk.zip')
zip_stream = zipfile.ZipFile(nacl_sdk_zip_path, 'r')
try:
self.assertTrue(all(name.startswith('nacl_sdk')
for name in zip_stream.namelist()))
finally:
zip_stream.close()
# sdktools.tgz has no built-in directories to look for. Instead, just look
# for some files that must be there.
sdktools_tgz_path = os.path.join(self.basedir, 'sdk_tools.tgz')
tar_stream = tarfile.open(sdktools_tgz_path, 'r:gz')
try:
names = [m.name for m in tar_stream.getmembers()]
self.assertTrue('LICENSE' in names)
self.assertTrue('sdk_update.py' in names)
finally:
tar_stream.close()
class TestAutoUpdateSdkTools(SdkToolsTestCase):
def setUp(self):
self.SetupDefault()
def testNoUpdate(self):
"""Test that running naclsdk with current revision does nothing."""
self._WriteManifest()
revision = self._RunAndExtractRevision()
self.assertEqual(revision, self.current_revision)
def testUpdate(self):
"""Test that running naclsdk with a new revision will auto-update."""
new_revision = self.current_revision + 1
archive = self._BuildUpdaterArchive('new', new_revision)
self.sdk_tools_bundle.RemoveAllArchivesForHostOS(archive.host_os)
self.sdk_tools_bundle.AddArchive(archive)
self.sdk_tools_bundle.revision = new_revision
self._WriteManifest()
revision = self._RunAndExtractRevision()
self.assertEqual(revision, new_revision)
def testManualUpdateIsIgnored(self):
"""Test that attempting to manually update sdk_tools is ignored.
If the sdk_tools bundle was updated normally (i.e. the old way), it would
leave a sdk_tools_update folder that would then be copied over on a
subsequent run. This test ensures that there is no folder made.
"""
new_revision = self.current_revision + 1
archive = self._BuildUpdaterArchive('new', new_revision)
self.sdk_tools_bundle.RemoveAllArchivesForHostOS(archive.host_os)
self.sdk_tools_bundle.AddArchive(archive)
self.sdk_tools_bundle.revision = new_revision
self._WriteManifest()
sdk_tools_update_dir = os.path.join(self.nacl_sdk_base, 'sdk_tools_update')
self.assertFalse(os.path.exists(sdk_tools_update_dir))
stdout = self._Run(['update', 'sdk_tools'])
self.assertTrue(stdout.find('Ignoring manual update request.') != -1)
self.assertFalse(os.path.exists(sdk_tools_update_dir))
def testHelpCommand(self):
"""Running naclsdk with -h should work.
This is a regression test for a bug where the auto-updater would remove the
sdk_tools directory when running "naclsdk -h".
"""
self._WriteManifest()
self._Run(['-h'])
class TestAutoUpdateSdkToolsDifferentFilesystem(TestAutoUpdateSdkTools):
def setUp(self):
# On Linux (on my machine at least), /tmp is a different filesystem than
# the current directory. os.rename fails when the source and destination
# are on different filesystems. Test that case here.
self.SetupWithBaseDirPrefix('sdktools', tmpdir='.')
if __name__ == '__main__':
sys.exit(unittest.main())