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authorNathan Rossi <nathan@nathanrossi.com>2019-09-03 16:56:41 +0000
committerRichard Purdie <richard.purdie@linuxfoundation.org>2019-09-07 21:52:27 +0100
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oeqa/selftest/gcc: Create selftest case for gcc test suite
Create a oeqa selftest test case to execute the gcc test suites and report the results. The results are populated into the extraresults variable of the test case which are written to testresults.json for resulttool to analyse. An additional subclass is created to separate the execution with qemu linux-user and qemu system. The GccSelfTestSystemEmulated test case handles setup of the target image as well as execution with runqemu. Signed-off-by: Nathan Rossi <nathan@nathanrossi.com> Signed-off-by: Richard Purdie <richard.purdie@linuxfoundation.org>
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+# SPDX-License-Identifier: MIT
+import os
+from oeqa.core.decorator import OETestTag
+from oeqa.selftest.case import OESelftestTestCase
+from oeqa.utils.commands import bitbake, get_bb_var, get_bb_vars, runqemu, Command
+
+def parse_values(content):
+ for i in content:
+ for v in ["PASS", "FAIL", "XPASS", "XFAIL", "UNRESOLVED", "UNSUPPORTED", "UNTESTED", "ERROR", "WARNING"]:
+ if i.startswith(v + ": "):
+ yield i[len(v) + 2:].strip(), v
+ break
+
+@OETestTag("machine")
+class GccSelfTest(OESelftestTestCase):
+ @classmethod
+ def setUpClass(cls):
+ super().setUpClass()
+ if not hasattr(cls.tc, "extraresults"):
+ cls.tc.extraresults = {}
+
+ if "ptestresult.sections" not in cls.tc.extraresults:
+ cls.tc.extraresults["ptestresult.sections"] = {}
+
+ def gcc_runtime_check_skip(self, suite):
+ targets = get_bb_var("RUNTIMETARGET", "gcc-runtime").split()
+ if suite not in targets:
+ self.skipTest("Target does not use {0}".format(suite))
+
+ def test_cross_gcc(self):
+ self.gcc_run_check("gcc", "g++")
+
+ def test_libatomic(self):
+ self.gcc_run_check("libatomic")
+
+ def test_libgomp(self):
+ self.gcc_run_check("libgomp")
+
+ def test_libstdcxx(self):
+ self.gcc_run_check("libstdc++-v3")
+
+ def test_libssp(self):
+ self.gcc_runtime_check_skip("libssp")
+ self.gcc_run_check("libssp")
+
+ def test_libitm(self):
+ self.gcc_runtime_check_skip("libitm")
+ self.gcc_run_check("libitm")
+
+ def gcc_run_check(self, *suites, ssh = None):
+ targets = set()
+ for s in suites:
+ if s in ["gcc", "g++"]:
+ targets.add("check-gcc")
+ else:
+ targets.add("check-target-{}".format(s))
+
+ # configure ssh target
+ features = []
+ features.append('MAKE_CHECK_TARGETS = "{0}"'.format(" ".join(targets)))
+ if ssh is not None:
+ features.append('TOOLCHAIN_TEST_TARGET = "ssh"')
+ features.append('TOOLCHAIN_TEST_HOST = "{0}"'.format(ssh))
+ features.append('TOOLCHAIN_TEST_HOST_USER = "root"')
+ features.append('TOOLCHAIN_TEST_HOST_PORT = "22"')
+ self.write_config("\n".join(features))
+
+ recipe = "gcc-runtime"
+ bitbake("{} -c check".format(recipe))
+
+ bb_vars = get_bb_vars(["B", "TARGET_SYS"], recipe)
+ builddir, target_sys = bb_vars["B"], bb_vars["TARGET_SYS"]
+
+ failed = 0
+ for suite in suites:
+ sumspath = os.path.join(builddir, "gcc", "testsuite", suite, "{0}.sum".format(suite))
+ if not os.path.exists(sumspath): # check in target dirs
+ sumspath = os.path.join(builddir, target_sys, suite, "testsuite", "{0}.sum".format(suite))
+ if not os.path.exists(sumspath): # handle libstdc++-v3 -> libstdc++
+ sumspath = os.path.join(builddir, target_sys, suite, "testsuite", "{0}.sum".format(suite.split("-")[0]))
+
+ ptestsuite = "gcc-{}".format(suite) if suite != "gcc" else suite
+ self.tc.extraresults["ptestresult.sections"][ptestsuite] = {}
+ with open(sumspath, "r") as f:
+ for test, result in parse_values(f):
+ self.tc.extraresults["ptestresult.{}.{}".format(ptestsuite, test)] = {"status" : result}
+ if result == "FAIL":
+ self.logger.info("failed: '{}'".format(test))
+ failed += 1
+
+ self.assertEqual(failed, 0)
+
+class GccSelfTestSystemEmulated(GccSelfTest):
+ default_installed_packages = ["libgcc", "libstdc++", "libatomic", "libgomp"]
+
+ def gcc_run_check(self, *args, **kwargs):
+ # build core-image-minimal with required packages
+ features = []
+ features.append('IMAGE_FEATURES += "ssh-server-openssh"')
+ features.append('CORE_IMAGE_EXTRA_INSTALL += "{0}"'.format(" ".join(self.default_installed_packages)))
+ self.write_config("\n".join(features))
+ bitbake("core-image-minimal")
+
+ # wrap the execution with a qemu instance
+ with runqemu("core-image-minimal", runqemuparams = "nographic") as qemu:
+ # validate that SSH is working
+ status, _ = qemu.run("uname")
+ self.assertEqual(status, 0)
+
+ return super().gcc_run_check(*args, ssh=qemu.ip, **kwargs)
+