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authorRichard Purdie <richard.purdie@linuxfoundation.org>2012-05-04 16:18:55 +0100
committerRichard Purdie <richard.purdie@linuxfoundation.org>2012-05-04 16:55:53 +0100
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bitbake: Add start of bitbake regression/self testing
This adds some basic unit testing for the codeparser and data store code. Many of the actual test cases were taken from work by Chris Larson's OE-Signatures work but with changes to adapt to the current bitbake APIs we need to test. I also imported CoW tests written by Holger Freyther from the original bitbake-test codebase: http://svn.berlios.de/wsvn/bitbake/trunk/bitbake-tests/tests/ and some tests from the doctests that were removed in commit: http://git.openembedded.org/bitbake/commit?id=3a11c2807972bbbddffde2fa67fc380d159da467 Signed-off-by: Richard Purdie <richard.purdie@linuxfoundation.org>
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+#
+# BitBake Test for codeparser.py
+#
+# Copyright (C) 2010 Chris Larson
+# Copyright (C) 2012 Richard Purdie
+#
+# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
+# published by the Free Software Foundation.
+#
+# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
+# GNU General Public License for more details.
+#
+# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
+# with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
+# 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
+#
+
+import unittest
+import logging
+import bb
+
+logger = logging.getLogger('BitBake.TestCodeParser')
+
+import bb.data
+
+class ReferenceTest(unittest.TestCase):
+ def setUp(self):
+ self.d = bb.data.init()
+
+ def setEmptyVars(self, varlist):
+ for k in varlist:
+ self.d.setVar(k, "")
+
+ def setValues(self, values):
+ for k, v in values.items():
+ self.d.setVar(k, v)
+
+ def assertReferences(self, refs):
+ self.assertEqual(self.references, refs)
+
+ def assertExecs(self, execs):
+ self.assertEqual(self.execs, execs)
+
+class VariableReferenceTest(ReferenceTest):
+
+ def parseExpression(self, exp):
+ parsedvar = self.d.expandWithRefs(exp, None)
+ self.references = parsedvar.references
+
+ def test_simple_reference(self):
+ self.setEmptyVars(["FOO"])
+ self.parseExpression("${FOO}")
+ self.assertReferences(set(["FOO"]))
+
+ def test_nested_reference(self):
+ self.setEmptyVars(["BAR"])
+ self.d.setVar("FOO", "BAR")
+ self.parseExpression("${${FOO}}")
+ self.assertReferences(set(["FOO", "BAR"]))
+
+ def test_python_reference(self):
+ self.setEmptyVars(["BAR"])
+ self.parseExpression("${@bb.data.getVar('BAR', d, True) + 'foo'}")
+ self.assertReferences(set(["BAR"]))
+
+class ShellReferenceTest(ReferenceTest):
+
+ def parseExpression(self, exp):
+ parsedvar = self.d.expandWithRefs(exp, None)
+ parser = bb.codeparser.ShellParser("ParserTest", logger)
+ parser.parse_shell(parsedvar.value)
+
+ self.references = parsedvar.references
+ self.execs = parser.execs
+
+ def test_quotes_inside_assign(self):
+ self.parseExpression('foo=foo"bar"baz')
+ self.assertReferences(set([]))
+
+ def test_quotes_inside_arg(self):
+ self.parseExpression('sed s#"bar baz"#"alpha beta"#g')
+ self.assertExecs(set(["sed"]))
+
+ def test_arg_continuation(self):
+ self.parseExpression("sed -i -e s,foo,bar,g \\\n *.pc")
+ self.assertExecs(set(["sed"]))
+
+ def test_dollar_in_quoted(self):
+ self.parseExpression('sed -i -e "foo$" *.pc')
+ self.assertExecs(set(["sed"]))
+
+ def test_quotes_inside_arg_continuation(self):
+ self.setEmptyVars(["bindir", "D", "libdir"])
+ self.parseExpression("""
+sed -i -e s#"moc_location=.*$"#"moc_location=${bindir}/moc4"# \\
+-e s#"uic_location=.*$"#"uic_location=${bindir}/uic4"# \\
+${D}${libdir}/pkgconfig/*.pc
+""")
+ self.assertReferences(set(["bindir", "D", "libdir"]))
+
+ def test_assign_subshell_expansion(self):
+ self.parseExpression("foo=$(echo bar)")
+ self.assertExecs(set(["echo"]))
+
+ def test_shell_unexpanded(self):
+ self.setEmptyVars(["QT_BASE_NAME"])
+ self.parseExpression('echo "${QT_BASE_NAME}"')
+ self.assertExecs(set(["echo"]))
+ self.assertReferences(set(["QT_BASE_NAME"]))
+
+ def test_incomplete_varexp_single_quotes(self):
+ self.parseExpression("sed -i -e 's:IP{:I${:g' $pc")
+ self.assertExecs(set(["sed"]))
+
+
+ def test_until(self):
+ self.parseExpression("until false; do echo true; done")
+ self.assertExecs(set(["false", "echo"]))
+ self.assertReferences(set())
+
+ def test_case(self):
+ self.parseExpression("""
+case $foo in
+*)
+bar
+;;
+esac
+""")
+ self.assertExecs(set(["bar"]))
+ self.assertReferences(set())
+
+ def test_assign_exec(self):
+ self.parseExpression("a=b c='foo bar' alpha 1 2 3")
+ self.assertExecs(set(["alpha"]))
+
+ def test_redirect_to_file(self):
+ self.setEmptyVars(["foo"])
+ self.parseExpression("echo foo >${foo}/bar")
+ self.assertExecs(set(["echo"]))
+ self.assertReferences(set(["foo"]))
+
+ def test_heredoc(self):
+ self.setEmptyVars(["theta"])
+ self.parseExpression("""
+cat <<END
+alpha
+beta
+${theta}
+END
+""")
+ self.assertReferences(set(["theta"]))
+
+ def test_redirect_from_heredoc(self):
+ v = ["B", "SHADOW_MAILDIR", "SHADOW_MAILFILE", "SHADOW_UTMPDIR", "SHADOW_LOGDIR", "bindir"]
+ self.setEmptyVars(v)
+ self.parseExpression("""
+cat <<END >${B}/cachedpaths
+shadow_cv_maildir=${SHADOW_MAILDIR}
+shadow_cv_mailfile=${SHADOW_MAILFILE}
+shadow_cv_utmpdir=${SHADOW_UTMPDIR}
+shadow_cv_logdir=${SHADOW_LOGDIR}
+shadow_cv_passwd_dir=${bindir}
+END
+""")
+ self.assertReferences(set(v))
+ self.assertExecs(set(["cat"]))
+
+# def test_incomplete_command_expansion(self):
+# self.assertRaises(reftracker.ShellSyntaxError, reftracker.execs,
+# bbvalue.shparse("cp foo`", self.d), self.d)
+
+# def test_rogue_dollarsign(self):
+# self.setValues({"D" : "/tmp"})
+# self.parseExpression("install -d ${D}$")
+# self.assertReferences(set(["D"]))
+# self.assertExecs(set(["install"]))
+
+
+class PythonReferenceTest(ReferenceTest):
+
+ def setUp(self):
+ self.d = bb.data.init()
+ if hasattr(bb.utils, "_context"):
+ self.context = bb.utils._context
+ else:
+ import __builtin__
+ self.context = __builtin__.__dict__
+
+ def parseExpression(self, exp):
+ parsedvar = self.d.expandWithRefs(exp, None)
+ parser = bb.codeparser.PythonParser("ParserTest", logger)
+ parser.parse_python(parsedvar.value)
+
+ self.references = parsedvar.references | parser.references
+ self.execs = parser.execs
+
+ @staticmethod
+ def indent(value):
+ """Python Snippets have to be indented, python values don't have to
+be. These unit tests are testing snippets."""
+ return " " + value
+
+ def test_getvar_reference(self):
+ self.parseExpression("bb.data.getVar('foo', d, True)")
+ self.assertReferences(set(["foo"]))
+ self.assertExecs(set())
+
+ def test_getvar_computed_reference(self):
+ self.parseExpression("bb.data.getVar('f' + 'o' + 'o', d, True)")
+ self.assertReferences(set())
+ self.assertExecs(set())
+
+ def test_getvar_exec_reference(self):
+ self.parseExpression("eval('bb.data.getVar(\"foo\", d, True)')")
+ self.assertReferences(set())
+ self.assertExecs(set(["eval"]))
+
+ def test_var_reference(self):
+ self.context["foo"] = lambda x: x
+ self.setEmptyVars(["FOO"])
+ self.parseExpression("foo('${FOO}')")
+ self.assertReferences(set(["FOO"]))
+ self.assertExecs(set(["foo"]))
+ del self.context["foo"]
+
+ def test_var_exec(self):
+ for etype in ("func", "task"):
+ self.d.setVar("do_something", "echo 'hi mom! ${FOO}'")
+ self.d.setVarFlag("do_something", etype, True)
+ self.parseExpression("bb.build.exec_func('do_something', d)")
+ self.assertReferences(set(["do_something"]))
+
+ def test_function_reference(self):
+ self.context["testfunc"] = lambda msg: bb.msg.note(1, None, msg)
+ self.d.setVar("FOO", "Hello, World!")
+ self.parseExpression("testfunc('${FOO}')")
+ self.assertReferences(set(["FOO"]))
+ self.assertExecs(set(["testfunc"]))
+ del self.context["testfunc"]
+
+ def test_qualified_function_reference(self):
+ self.parseExpression("time.time()")
+ self.assertExecs(set(["time.time"]))
+
+ def test_qualified_function_reference_2(self):
+ self.parseExpression("os.path.dirname('/foo/bar')")
+ self.assertExecs(set(["os.path.dirname"]))
+
+ def test_qualified_function_reference_nested(self):
+ self.parseExpression("time.strftime('%Y%m%d',time.gmtime())")
+ self.assertExecs(set(["time.strftime", "time.gmtime"]))
+
+ def test_function_reference_chained(self):
+ self.context["testget"] = lambda: "\tstrip me "
+ self.parseExpression("testget().strip()")
+ self.assertExecs(set(["testget"]))
+ del self.context["testget"]
+
+
+class DependencyReferenceTest(ReferenceTest):
+
+ pydata = """
+bb.data.getVar('somevar', d, True)
+def test(d):
+ foo = 'bar %s' % 'foo'
+def test2(d):
+ d.getVar(foo, True)
+ d.getVar('bar', False)
+ test2(d)
+
+def a():
+ \"\"\"some
+ stuff
+ \"\"\"
+ return "heh"
+
+test(d)
+
+bb.data.expand(bb.data.getVar("something", False, d), d)
+bb.data.expand("${inexpand} somethingelse", d)
+bb.data.getVar(a(), d, False)
+"""
+
+ def test_python(self):
+ self.d.setVar("FOO", self.pydata)
+ self.setEmptyVars(["inexpand", "a", "test2", "test"])
+ self.d.setVarFlags("FOO", {"func": True, "python": True})
+
+ deps, values = bb.data.build_dependencies("FOO", set(self.d.keys()), set(), set(), self.d)
+
+ self.assertEquals(deps, set(["somevar", "bar", "something", "inexpand", "test", "test2", "a"]))
+
+
+ shelldata = """
+foo () {
+bar
+}
+{
+echo baz
+$(heh)
+eval `moo`
+}
+a=b
+c=d
+(
+true && false
+test -f foo
+testval=something
+$testval
+) || aiee
+! inverted
+echo ${somevar}
+
+case foo in
+bar)
+echo bar
+;;
+baz)
+echo baz
+;;
+foo*)
+echo foo
+;;
+esac
+"""
+
+ def test_shell(self):
+ execs = ["bar", "echo", "heh", "moo", "true", "aiee"]
+ self.d.setVar("somevar", "heh")
+ self.d.setVar("inverted", "echo inverted...")
+ self.d.setVarFlag("inverted", "func", True)
+ self.d.setVar("FOO", self.shelldata)
+ self.d.setVarFlags("FOO", {"func": True})
+ self.setEmptyVars(execs)
+
+ deps, values = bb.data.build_dependencies("FOO", set(self.d.keys()), set(), set(), self.d)
+
+ self.assertEquals(deps, set(["somevar", "inverted"] + execs))
+
+
+ def test_vardeps(self):
+ self.d.setVar("oe_libinstall", "echo test")
+ self.d.setVar("FOO", "foo=oe_libinstall; eval $foo")
+ self.d.setVarFlag("FOO", "vardeps", "oe_libinstall")
+
+ deps, values = bb.data.build_dependencies("FOO", set(self.d.keys()), set(), set(), self.d)
+
+ self.assertEquals(deps, set(["oe_libinstall"]))
+
+ def test_vardeps_expand(self):
+ self.d.setVar("oe_libinstall", "echo test")
+ self.d.setVar("FOO", "foo=oe_libinstall; eval $foo")
+ self.d.setVarFlag("FOO", "vardeps", "${@'oe_libinstall'}")
+
+ deps, values = bb.data.build_dependencies("FOO", set(self.d.keys()), set(), set(), self.d)
+
+ self.assertEquals(deps, set(["oe_libinstall"]))
+
+ #Currently no wildcard support
+ #def test_vardeps_wildcards(self):
+ # self.d.setVar("oe_libinstall", "echo test")
+ # self.d.setVar("FOO", "foo=oe_libinstall; eval $foo")
+ # self.d.setVarFlag("FOO", "vardeps", "oe_*")
+ # self.assertEquals(deps, set(["oe_libinstall"]))
+
+