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# Copyright (c) 2012 The Chromium OS Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
"""Unit tests for the cros_best_revision program."""
from __future__ import print_function
import os
from chromite.cbuildbot import constants
from chromite.cbuildbot import manifest_version
from chromite.cbuildbot import tree_status
from chromite.lib import cros_build_lib_unittest
from chromite.lib import cros_test_lib
from chromite.lib import gs_unittest
from chromite.lib import osutils
from chromite.lib import partial_mock
from chromite.scripts import cros_best_revision
class BaseChromeCommitterTest(cros_test_lib.MockTempDirTestCase):
"""Base class for tests using cros_best_revision.ChromeCommitter."""
def setUp(self):
"""Common set up method for all tests."""
self.committer = cros_best_revision.ChromeCommitter(self.tempdir, False)
self.lkgm_file = os.path.join(self.tempdir, constants.PATH_TO_CHROME_LKGM)
self.pass_status = manifest_version.BuilderStatus(
self.fail_status = manifest_version.BuilderStatus(
# pylint: disable=W0212
class ChromeGSTest(BaseChromeCommitterTest):
"""Test cros_best_revision.ChromeCommitter version filtering."""
def testGetLatestCanaryVersions(self):
"""Test that we correctly filter out non-canary and older versions."""
output = '\n'.join(['2910.0.1', '2900.0.0', '2908.0.0', '2909.0.0',
# Only return 2 -- the 2 newest canary results.
cros_best_revision.ChromeCommitter._CANDIDATES_TO_CONSIDER = 2
expected_output = ['2910.0.0', '2909.0.0']
self.committer._old_lkgm = '2905.0.0'
with gs_unittest.GSContextMock() as gs_mock:
gs_mock.AddCmdResult(partial_mock.In('ls'), output=output)
versions = self.committer._GetLatestCanaryVersions()
self.assertEqual(versions, expected_output)
class ChromeCommitterTester(cros_build_lib_unittest.RunCommandTestCase,
"""Test cros_best_revision.Committer."""
canaries = ['a-release', 'b-release', 'c-release']
versions = ['4.0.0', '3.0.0']
def testCheckoutChromeLKGM(self):
"Tests that we can read/obtain the old LKGM from mocked out SVN."
# Write out an old lkgm file as if we got it from svn update.
old_lkgm = '2098.0.0'
osutils.WriteFile(self.lkgm_file, old_lkgm)
self.assertTrue(self.committer._old_lkgm, old_lkgm)
def _TestFindNewLKGM(self, all_results, lkgm):
"""Stubs out methods used by FindNewLKGM."""
expected = {}
for canary, results in zip(self.canaries, all_results):
for version, status in zip(self.versions, results):
expected[(canary, version)] = status
def _GetBuildStatus(canary, version, **_):
return expected[(canary, version)]
self.PatchObject(self.committer, '_GetLatestCanaryVersions',
self.PatchObject(self.committer, 'GetCanariesForChromeLKGM',
self.PatchObject(manifest_version.BuildSpecsManager, 'GetBuildStatus',
self.assertTrue(self.committer._lkgm, lkgm)
def testFindNewLKGMBasic(self):
"""Tests that we return the highest version if all versions are good."""
self._TestFindNewLKGM([[self.pass_status] * 2] * 3, '4.0.0')
def testFindNewLKGMAdvanced(self):
"""Tests that we return the only version with passing canaries."""
self._TestFindNewLKGM([[self.fail_status, self.pass_status]] * 3, '3.0.0')
def testFindNewLKGMWithFailures(self):
"""Ensure we reject versions with failed builds.
This test case is a bit more complex than the two above and tests the logic
where we want to reject versions with failed builds.
In this example both versions have 2 passing builds. The older version
is missing a score from one builder where the newer version reports
a failure. In this instance, our scoring mechanism should choose the older
all_results = [[self.pass_status] * 2] * 2 + [[self.fail_status, None]]
self._TestFindNewLKGM(all_results, '3.0.0')
def testCommitNewLKGM(self):
"""Tests that we can commit a new LKGM file."""
self.committer._lkgm = '4.0.0'
self.PatchObject(tree_status, 'IsTreeOpen', return_value=True)
# Check the file was actually written out correctly.
self.assertEqual(osutils.ReadFile(self.lkgm_file), self.committer._lkgm)
self.assertCommandContains(['git', 'cl', 'land'])