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import copy
import os
import re
import shlex
from ..outproc import base as outproc
from ..local import command
from ..local import statusfile
from ..local import utils
FLAGS_PATTERN = re.compile(r"//\s+Flags:(.*)")
class TestCase(object):
def __init__(self, suite, path, name, test_config):
self.suite = suite # TestSuite object
self.path = path # string, e.g. 'div-mod', 'test-api/foo'
self.name = name # string that identifies test in the status file
self.variant = None # name of the used testing variant
self.variant_flags = [] # list of strings, flags specific to this test
self.id = None # int, used to map result back to TestCase instance
self.run = 1 # The nth time this test is executed.
self.cmd = None
# Fields used by the test processors.
self.origin = None # Test that this test is subtest of.
self.processor = None # Processor that created this subtest.
self.procid = '%s/%s' % (self.suite.name, self.name) # unique id
self.keep_output = False # Can output of this test be dropped
# Test config contains information needed to build the command.
# TODO(majeski): right now it contains only random seed.
self._test_config = test_config
# Overrides default random seed from test_config if specified.
self._random_seed = None
self._statusfile_outcomes = None
self.expected_outcomes = None
self._statusfile_flags = None
self._prepare_outcomes()
def create_subtest(self, processor, subtest_id, variant=None, flags=None,
keep_output=False, random_seed=None):
subtest = copy.copy(self)
subtest.origin = self
subtest.processor = processor
subtest.procid += '.%s' % subtest_id
subtest.keep_output |= keep_output
if random_seed:
subtest._random_seed = random_seed
if flags:
subtest.variant_flags = subtest.variant_flags + flags
if variant is not None:
assert self.variant is None
subtest.variant = variant
subtest._prepare_outcomes()
return subtest
def create_variant(self, variant, flags, procid_suffix=None,
random_seed=None):
"""Makes a shallow copy of the object and updates variant, variant flags and
all fields that depend on it, e.g. expected outcomes.
Args
variant - variant name
flags - flags that should be added to origin test's variant flags
procid_suffix - for multiple variants with the same name set suffix to
keep procid unique.
random_seed - random seed to use in this variant. None means use base
test's random seed.
"""
other = copy.copy(self)
if not self.variant_flags:
other.variant_flags = flags
else:
other.variant_flags = self.variant_flags + flags
other.variant = variant
if procid_suffix:
other.procid += '[%s-%s]' % (variant, procid_suffix)
else:
other.procid += '[%s]' % variant
if random_seed:
other._random_seed = random_seed
other._prepare_outcomes(variant != self.variant)
return other
def _prepare_outcomes(self, force_update=True):
if force_update or self._statusfile_outcomes is None:
def is_flag(outcome):
return outcome.startswith('--')
def not_flag(outcome):
return not is_flag(outcome)
outcomes = self.suite.statusfile.get_outcomes(self.name, self.variant)
self._statusfile_outcomes = filter(not_flag, outcomes)
self._statusfile_flags = filter(is_flag, outcomes)
self.expected_outcomes = (
self._parse_status_file_outcomes(self._statusfile_outcomes))
def _parse_status_file_outcomes(self, outcomes):
if (statusfile.FAIL_SLOPPY in outcomes and
'--use-strict' not in self.variant_flags):
return outproc.OUTCOMES_FAIL
expected_outcomes = []
if (statusfile.FAIL in outcomes or
statusfile.FAIL_OK in outcomes):
expected_outcomes.append(statusfile.FAIL)
if statusfile.CRASH in outcomes:
expected_outcomes.append(statusfile.CRASH)
# Do not add PASS if there is nothing else. Empty outcomes are converted to
# the global [PASS].
if expected_outcomes and statusfile.PASS in outcomes:
expected_outcomes.append(statusfile.PASS)
# Avoid creating multiple instances of a list with a single FAIL.
if expected_outcomes == outproc.OUTCOMES_FAIL:
return outproc.OUTCOMES_FAIL
return expected_outcomes or outproc.OUTCOMES_PASS
@property
def do_skip(self):
return statusfile.SKIP in self._statusfile_outcomes
@property
def is_slow(self):
return statusfile.SLOW in self._statusfile_outcomes
@property
def is_fail_ok(self):
return statusfile.FAIL_OK in self._statusfile_outcomes
@property
def is_pass_or_fail(self):
return (statusfile.PASS in self._statusfile_outcomes and
statusfile.FAIL in self._statusfile_outcomes and
statusfile.CRASH not in self._statusfile_outcomes)
@property
def only_standard_variant(self):
return statusfile.NO_VARIANTS in self._statusfile_outcomes
def get_command(self, context):
params = self._get_cmd_params(context)
env = self._get_cmd_env()
shell, shell_flags = self._get_shell_with_flags(context)
timeout = self._get_timeout(params, context.timeout)
return self._create_cmd(shell, shell_flags + params, env, timeout, context)
def _get_cmd_params(self, ctx):
"""Gets command parameters and combines them in the following order:
- files [empty by default]
- random seed
- extra flags (from command line)
- user flags (variant/fuzzer flags)
- statusfile flags
- mode flags (based on chosen mode)
- source flags (from source code) [empty by default]
The best way to modify how parameters are created is to only override
methods for getting partial parameters.
"""
return (
self._get_files_params(ctx) +
self._get_random_seed_flags() +
self._get_extra_flags(ctx) +
self._get_variant_flags() +
self._get_statusfile_flags() +
self._get_mode_flags(ctx) +
self._get_source_flags() +
self._get_suite_flags(ctx)
)
def _get_cmd_env(self):
return {}
def _get_files_params(self, ctx):
return []
def _get_random_seed_flags(self):
return ['--random-seed=%d' % self.random_seed]
@property
def random_seed(self):
return self._random_seed or self._test_config.random_seed
def _get_extra_flags(self, ctx):
return ctx.extra_flags
def _get_variant_flags(self):
return self.variant_flags
def _get_statusfile_flags(self):
"""Gets runtime flags from a status file.
Every outcome that starts with "--" is a flag.
"""
return self._statusfile_flags
def _get_mode_flags(self, ctx):
return ctx.mode_flags
def _get_source_flags(self):
return []
def _get_suite_flags(self, ctx):
return []
def _get_shell_with_flags(self, ctx):
shell = self.get_shell()
shell_flags = []
if shell == 'd8':
shell_flags.append('--test')
if utils.IsWindows():
shell += '.exe'
return shell, shell_flags
def _get_timeout(self, params, timeout):
if "--stress-opt" in params:
timeout *= 4
if "--noenable-vfp3" in params:
timeout *= 2
# TODO(majeski): make it slow outcome dependent.
timeout *= 2
return timeout
def get_shell(self):
return 'd8'
def _get_suffix(self):
return '.js'
def _create_cmd(self, shell, params, env, timeout, ctx):
return command.Command(
cmd_prefix=ctx.command_prefix,
shell=os.path.abspath(os.path.join(ctx.shell_dir, shell)),
args=params,
env=env,
timeout=timeout,
verbose=ctx.verbose
)
def _parse_source_flags(self, source=None):
source = source or self.get_source()
flags = []
for match in re.findall(FLAGS_PATTERN, source):
flags += shlex.split(match.strip())
return flags
def is_source_available(self):
return self._get_source_path() is not None
def get_source(self):
with open(self._get_source_path()) as f:
return f.read()
def _get_source_path(self):
return None
@property
def output_proc(self):
if self.expected_outcomes is outproc.OUTCOMES_PASS:
return outproc.DEFAULT
return outproc.OutProc(self.expected_outcomes)
def __cmp__(self, other):
# Make sure that test cases are sorted correctly if sorted without
# key function. But using a key function is preferred for speed.
return cmp(
(self.suite.name, self.name, self.variant_flags),
(other.suite.name, other.name, other.variant_flags)
)
def __hash__(self):
return hash((self.suite.name, self.name, ''.join(self.variant_flags)))
def __str__(self):
return self.suite.name + '/' + self.name
# TODO(majeski): Rename `id` field or `get_id` function since they're
# unrelated.
def get_id(self):
return '%s/%s %s' % (
self.suite.name, self.name, ' '.join(self.variant_flags))