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#[cfg(windows)]
extern crate winapi;
extern crate libloading;
use libloading::{Symbol, Library};
const LIBPATH: &'static str = "target/libtest_helpers.module";
fn make_helpers() {
static ONCE: ::std::sync::Once = ::std::sync::Once::new();
ONCE.call_once(|| {
let rustc = std::env::var_os("RUSTC").unwrap_or_else(|| { "rustc".into() });
let mut cmd = ::std::process::Command::new(rustc);
cmd
.arg("src/test_helpers.rs")
.arg("-o")
.arg(LIBPATH);
if let Some(target) = std::env::var_os("TARGET") {
cmd.arg("--target").arg(target);
} else {
eprintln!("WARNING: $TARGET NOT SPECIFIED! BUILDING HELPER MODULE FOR NATIVE TARGET.");
}
assert!(cmd
.status()
.expect("could not compile the test helpers!")
.success()
);
});
}
#[test]
fn test_id_u32() {
make_helpers();
unsafe {
let lib = Library::new(LIBPATH).unwrap();
let f: Symbol<unsafe extern fn(u32) -> u32> = lib.get(b"test_identity_u32\0").unwrap();
assert_eq!(42, f(42));
}
}
#[repr(C)]
#[derive(Clone,Copy,PartialEq,Debug)]
struct S {
a: u64,
b: u32,
c: u16,
d: u8
}
#[test]
fn test_id_struct() {
make_helpers();
unsafe {
let lib = Library::new(LIBPATH).unwrap();
let f: Symbol<unsafe extern fn(S) -> S> = lib.get(b"test_identity_struct\0").unwrap();
assert_eq!(S { a: 1, b: 2, c: 3, d: 4 }, f(S { a: 1, b: 2, c: 3, d: 4 }));
}
}
#[test]
fn test_0_no_0() {
make_helpers();
unsafe {
let lib = Library::new(LIBPATH).unwrap();
let f: Symbol<unsafe extern fn(S) -> S> = lib.get(b"test_identity_struct\0").unwrap();
let f2: Symbol<unsafe extern fn(S) -> S> = lib.get(b"test_identity_struct").unwrap();
assert_eq!(*f, *f2);
}
}
#[test]
fn wrong_name_fails() {
unsafe {
Library::new("target/this_location_is_definitely_non existent:^~").err().unwrap();
}
}
#[test]
fn missing_symbol_fails() {
make_helpers();
unsafe {
let lib = Library::new(LIBPATH).unwrap();
lib.get::<*mut ()>(b"test_does_not_exist").err().unwrap();
lib.get::<*mut ()>(b"test_does_not_exist\0").err().unwrap();
}
}
#[test]
fn interior_null_fails() {
make_helpers();
unsafe {
let lib = Library::new(LIBPATH).unwrap();
lib.get::<*mut ()>(b"test_does\0_not_exist").err().unwrap();
lib.get::<*mut ()>(b"test\0_does_not_exist\0").err().unwrap();
}
}
#[test]
fn test_incompatible_type() {
make_helpers();
unsafe {
let lib = Library::new(LIBPATH).unwrap();
assert!(match lib.get::<()>(b"test_identity_u32\0") {
Err(libloading::Error::IncompatibleSize) => true,
_ => false,
})
}
}
#[test]
fn test_incompatible_type_named_fn() {
make_helpers();
unsafe fn get<'a, T>(l: &'a Library, _: T) -> Result<Symbol<'a, T>, libloading::Error> {
l.get::<T>(b"test_identity_u32\0")
}
unsafe {
let lib = Library::new(LIBPATH).unwrap();
assert!(match get(&lib, test_incompatible_type_named_fn) {
Err(libloading::Error::IncompatibleSize) => true,
_ => false,
})
}
}
#[test]
fn test_static_u32() {
make_helpers();
unsafe {
let lib = Library::new(LIBPATH).unwrap();
let var: Symbol<*mut u32> = lib.get(b"TEST_STATIC_U32\0").unwrap();
**var = 42;
let help: Symbol<unsafe extern fn() -> u32> = lib.get(b"test_get_static_u32\0").unwrap();
assert_eq!(42, help());
}
}
#[test]
fn test_static_ptr() {
make_helpers();
unsafe {
let lib = Library::new(LIBPATH).unwrap();
let var: Symbol<*mut *mut ()> = lib.get(b"TEST_STATIC_PTR\0").unwrap();
**var = *var as *mut _;
let works: Symbol<unsafe extern fn() -> bool> =
lib.get(b"test_check_static_ptr\0").unwrap();
assert!(works());
}
}
#[test]
// Something about i686-pc-windows-gnu, makes dll initialization code call abort when it is loaded
// and unloaded many times. So far it seems like an issue with mingw, not libloading, so ignoring
// the target. Especially since it is very unlikely to be fixed given the state of support its
// support.
#[cfg(not(all(target_arch="x86", target_os="windows", target_env="gnu")))]
fn manual_close_many_times() {
make_helpers();
let join_handles: Vec<_> = (0..16).map(|_| {
std::thread::spawn(|| unsafe {
for _ in 0..10000 {
let lib = Library::new(LIBPATH).expect("open library");
let _: Symbol<unsafe extern fn(u32) -> u32> =
lib.get(b"test_identity_u32").expect("get fn");
lib.close().expect("close is successful");
}
})
}).collect();
for handle in join_handles {
handle.join().expect("thread should succeed");
}
}
#[cfg(unix)]
#[test]
fn library_this_get() {
use libloading::os::unix::Library;
make_helpers();
// SAFE: functions are never called
unsafe {
let _lib = Library::new(LIBPATH).unwrap();
let this = Library::this();
// Library we loaded in `_lib` (should be RTLD_LOCAL).
assert!(this.get::<unsafe extern "C" fn()>(b"test_identity_u32").is_err());
// Something obscure from libc...
assert!(this.get::<unsafe extern "C" fn()>(b"freopen").is_ok());
}
}
#[cfg(windows)]
#[test]
fn library_this() {
use libloading::os::windows::Library;
make_helpers();
unsafe {
// SAFE: well-known library without initializers is loaded.
let _lib = Library::new(LIBPATH).unwrap();
let this = Library::this().expect("this library");
// SAFE: functions are never called.
// Library we loaded in `_lib`.
assert!(this.get::<unsafe extern "C" fn()>(b"test_identity_u32").is_err());
// Something "obscure" from kernel32...
assert!(this.get::<unsafe extern "C" fn()>(b"GetLastError").is_err());
}
}
#[cfg(windows)]
#[test]
fn works_getlasterror() {
use winapi::um::errhandlingapi;
use winapi::shared::minwindef::DWORD;
use libloading::os::windows::{Library, Symbol};
unsafe {
let lib = Library::new("kernel32.dll").unwrap();
let gle: Symbol<unsafe extern "system" fn() -> DWORD> = lib.get(b"GetLastError").unwrap();
errhandlingapi::SetLastError(42);
assert_eq!(errhandlingapi::GetLastError(), gle())
}
}
#[cfg(windows)]
#[test]
fn works_getlasterror0() {
use winapi::um::errhandlingapi;
use winapi::shared::minwindef::DWORD;
use libloading::os::windows::{Library, Symbol};
unsafe {
let lib = Library::new("kernel32.dll").unwrap();
let gle: Symbol<unsafe extern "system" fn() -> DWORD> = lib.get(b"GetLastError\0").unwrap();
errhandlingapi::SetLastError(42);
assert_eq!(errhandlingapi::GetLastError(), gle())
}
}
#[cfg(windows)]
#[test]
fn library_open_already_loaded() {
use libloading::os::windows::Library;
// Present on Windows systems and NOT used by any other tests to prevent races.
const LIBPATH: &str = "Msftedit.dll";
// Not loaded yet.
assert!(match Library::open_already_loaded(LIBPATH) {
Err(libloading::Error::GetModuleHandleExW { .. }) => true,
_ => false,
});
unsafe {
let _lib = Library::new(LIBPATH).unwrap();
// Loaded now.
assert!(Library::open_already_loaded(LIBPATH).is_ok());
}
}