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#!/usr/bin/env python
# Copyright (C) 2017 The Android Open Source Project
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
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"""Outputs the warnings that are common to all builders.
Suppressed tests that are nonetheless passing are output as warnings
by vogar. Any tests that generate warnings in every builder are good
candidates for no longer being suppressed, since they're passing on
a regular basis."""
import collections
import json
import requests
# The number of recent builds to check for each builder
# The buildbot step to check for warnings
BUILDBOT_STEP = 'test libcore'
def main():
# Dict from builder+build_num combination to the list of warnings
# in that build
warnings = collections.defaultdict(list)
r = requests.get('')
if r.status_code != 200:
print r.text
builders = json.loads(r.text)
for builder_name in sorted(builders):
# Build -1 is the currently-running build (if there is one), so we
# start with -2, which should be the most or second-most
# recently-completed build.
for build_num in range(-2, -2 - NUM_BUILDS, -1):
print ('Loading data for %s, build %d...'
% (builder_name, build_num))
r = requests.get(
'/json/builders/%s/builds/%d' % (
builder_name, build_num))
if r.status_code != 200:
print r.text
builder = json.loads(r.text)
libcore_steps = [x for x in builder['steps']
if x['name'] == BUILDBOT_STEP]
for ls in libcore_steps:
stdio_logs = [x for x in ls['logs'] if x[0] == 'stdio']
for sl in stdio_logs:
# The default link is HTML, so append /text to get the
# text version
r = requests.get(sl[1] + '/text')
if r.status_code != 200:
print r.text
stdio = r.text.splitlines()
# Walk from the back of the list to find the start of the
# warnings summary
i = -1
while not stdio[i].startswith('Warnings summary:'):
i -= 1
i += 1 # Ignore the "Warnings summary:" line
while i < -1:
warnings['%s:%d' % (builder_name, build_num)].append(stdio[i])
i += 1
except IndexError:
# Some builds don't have any
print ' No warnings section found.'
# sharedwarnings will build up the intersection of all the lists of
# warnings. We seed it with an arbitrary starting point (which is fine
# since intersection is commutative).
sharedwarnings = set(warnings.popitem()[1])
for warning_list in warnings.itervalues():
sharedwarnings = sharedwarnings & set(warning_list)
print 'Warnings shared across all builders:'
for warning in sorted(list(sharedwarnings)):
print warning
if __name__ == '__main__':