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#!/usr/bin/env python2.7
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import argparse
import fcntl
import git
import itertools
import multiprocessing
import os
from os.path import join
import platform
import re
import subprocess
import sys
import time
import config
import clang_format
import lint
import printer
import test
import threaded_tests
import util
dir_root = config.dir_root
def Optionify(name):
return '--' + name
# The options that can be tested are abstracted to provide an easy way to add
# new ones.
# Environment options influence the environment. They can be used for example to
# set the compiler used.
# Build options are options passed to scons, with a syntax like `scons opt=val`
# Runtime options are options passed to the test program.
# See the definition of `test_options` below.
# 'all' is a special value for the options. If specified, all other values of
# the option are tested.
class TestOption(object):
type_environment = 'type_environment'
type_build = 'type_build'
type_run = 'type_run'
def __init__(self, option_type, name, help,
val_test_choices, val_test_default = None,
# If unset, the user can pass any value.
strict_choices = True, test_independently = False):
self.name = name
self.option_type = option_type
self.help = help
self.val_test_choices = val_test_choices
self.strict_choices = strict_choices
self.test_independently = test_independently
if val_test_default is not None:
self.val_test_default = val_test_default
else:
self.val_test_default = val_test_choices[0]
def ArgList(self, to_test):
res = []
if to_test == 'all':
for value in self.val_test_choices:
if value != 'all':
res.append(self.GetOptionString(value))
else:
for value in to_test:
res.append(self.GetOptionString(value))
return res
class EnvironmentOption(TestOption):
option_type = TestOption.type_environment
def __init__(self, name, environment_variable_name, help,
val_test_choices, val_test_default = None,
strict_choices = True):
super(EnvironmentOption, self).__init__(EnvironmentOption.option_type,
name,
help,
val_test_choices,
val_test_default,
strict_choices = strict_choices)
self.environment_variable_name = environment_variable_name
def GetOptionString(self, value):
return self.environment_variable_name + '=' + value
class BuildOption(TestOption):
option_type = TestOption.type_build
def __init__(self, name, help,
val_test_choices, val_test_default = None,
strict_choices = True, test_independently = False):
super(BuildOption, self).__init__(BuildOption.option_type,
name,
help,
val_test_choices,
val_test_default,
strict_choices = strict_choices,
test_independently = test_independently)
def GetOptionString(self, value):
return self.name + '=' + value
class RuntimeOption(TestOption):
option_type = TestOption.type_run
def __init__(self, name, help,
val_test_choices, val_test_default = None):
super(RuntimeOption, self).__init__(RuntimeOption.option_type,
name,
help,
val_test_choices,
val_test_default)
def GetOptionString(self, value):
if value == 'on':
return Optionify(self.name)
else:
return None
environment_option_compiler = \
EnvironmentOption('compiler', 'CXX', 'Test for the specified compilers.',
val_test_choices=['all'] + config.tested_compilers,
strict_choices = False)
test_environment_options = [
environment_option_compiler
]
build_option_mode = \
BuildOption('mode', 'Test with the specified build modes.',
val_test_choices=['all'] + config.build_options_modes)
build_option_standard = \
BuildOption('std', 'Test with the specified C++ standard.',
val_test_choices=['all'] + config.tested_cpp_standards,
strict_choices = False)
build_option_target = \
BuildOption('target', 'Test with the specified isa enabled.',
val_test_choices=['all'] + config.build_options_target,
strict_choices = False, test_independently = True)
build_option_negative_testing = \
BuildOption('negative_testing', 'Test with negative testing enabled.',
val_test_choices=['all'] + config.build_options_negative_testing,
strict_choices = False, test_independently = True)
test_build_options = [
build_option_mode,
build_option_standard,
build_option_target,
build_option_negative_testing
]
test_runtime_options = []
test_options = \
test_environment_options + test_build_options + test_runtime_options
def BuildOptions():
args = argparse.ArgumentParser(
description =
'''This tool runs all tests matching the specified filters for multiple
environment, build options, and runtime options configurations.''',
# Print default values.
formatter_class=argparse.ArgumentDefaultsHelpFormatter)
args.add_argument('filters', metavar='filter', nargs='*',
help='Run tests matching all of the (regexp) filters.')
# We automatically build the script options from the options to be tested.
test_arguments = args.add_argument_group(
'Test options',
'These options indicate what should be tested')
for option in test_options:
choices = option.val_test_choices if option.strict_choices else None
help = option.help
if not option.strict_choices:
help += ' Supported values: {' + ','.join(option.val_test_choices) + '}'
test_arguments.add_argument(Optionify(option.name),
nargs='+',
choices=choices,
default=option.val_test_default,
help=help,
action='store')
general_arguments = args.add_argument_group('General options')
general_arguments.add_argument('--fast', action='store_true',
help='''Skip the lint and clang-format tests,
and run only with one compiler, in one mode,
with one C++ standard, and with an appropriate
default for runtime options.''')
general_arguments.add_argument('--dry-run', action='store_true',
help='''Don't actually build or run anything,
but print the configurations that would be
tested.''')
general_arguments.add_argument(
'--jobs', '-j', metavar='N', type=int, nargs='?',
default=multiprocessing.cpu_count(),
const=multiprocessing.cpu_count(),
help='''Runs the tests using N jobs. If the option is set but no value is
provided, the script will use as many jobs as it thinks useful.''')
general_arguments.add_argument('--clang-format',
default=clang_format.DEFAULT_CLANG_FORMAT,
help='Path to clang-format.')
general_arguments.add_argument('--nobench', action='store_true',
help='Do not run benchmarks.')
general_arguments.add_argument('--nolint', action='store_true',
help='Do not run the linter.')
general_arguments.add_argument('--noclang-format', action='store_true',
help='Do not run clang-format.')
general_arguments.add_argument('--notest', action='store_true',
help='Do not run tests.')
general_arguments.add_argument('--fail-early', action='store_true',
help='Exit as soon as a test fails.')
sim_default = 'none' if platform.machine() == 'aarch64' else 'aarch64'
general_arguments.add_argument(
'--simulator', action='store', choices=['aarch64', 'none'],
default=sim_default,
help='Explicitly enable or disable the simulator.')
general_arguments.add_argument(
'--under_valgrind', action='store_true',
help='''Run the test-runner commands under Valgrind.
Note that a few tests are known to fail because of
issues in Valgrind''')
return args.parse_args()
def RunCommand(command, environment_options = None):
# Create a copy of the environment. We do not want to pollute the environment
# of future commands run.
environment = os.environ
# Configure the environment.
# TODO: We currently pass the options as strings, so we need to parse them. We
# should instead pass them as a data structure and build the string option
# later. `environment_options` looks like `['CXX=compiler', 'OPT=val']`.
if environment_options:
for option in environment_options:
opt, val = option.split('=')
environment[opt] = val
printable_command = ''
if environment_options:
printable_command += ' '.join(environment_options) + ' '
printable_command += ' '.join(command)
printable_command_orange = \
printer.COLOUR_ORANGE + printable_command + printer.NO_COLOUR
printer.PrintOverwritableLine(printable_command_orange)
sys.stdout.flush()
# Start a process for the command.
# Interleave `stderr` and `stdout`.
p = subprocess.Popen(command,
stdout=subprocess.PIPE,
stderr=subprocess.STDOUT,
env=environment)
# We want to be able to display a continuously updated 'work indicator' while
# the process is running. Since the process can hang if the `stdout` pipe is
# full, we need to pull from it regularly. We cannot do so via the
# `readline()` function because it is blocking, and would thus cause the
# indicator to not be updated properly. So use file control mechanisms
# instead.
indicator = ' (still working: %d seconds elapsed)'
# Mark the process output as non-blocking.
flags = fcntl.fcntl(p.stdout, fcntl.F_GETFL)
fcntl.fcntl(p.stdout, fcntl.F_SETFL, flags | os.O_NONBLOCK)
t_start = time.time()
t_last_indication = t_start
process_output = ''
# Keep looping as long as the process is running.
while p.poll() is None:
# Avoid polling too often.
time.sleep(0.1)
# Update the progress indicator.
t_current = time.time()
if (t_current - t_start >= 2) and (t_current - t_last_indication >= 1):
printer.PrintOverwritableLine(
printable_command_orange + indicator % int(t_current - t_start))
sys.stdout.flush()
t_last_indication = t_current
# Pull from the process output.
while True:
try:
line = os.read(p.stdout.fileno(), 1024)
except OSError:
line = ''
break
if line == '': break
process_output += line
# The process has exited. Don't forget to retrieve the rest of its output.
out, err = p.communicate()
rc = p.poll()
process_output += out
if rc == 0:
printer.Print(printer.COLOUR_GREEN + printable_command + printer.NO_COLOUR)
else:
printer.Print(printer.COLOUR_RED + printable_command + printer.NO_COLOUR)
printer.Print(process_output)
return rc
def RunLinter():
rc, default_tracked_files = lint.GetDefaultFilesToLint()
if rc:
return rc
return lint.RunLinter(map(lambda x: join(dir_root, x), default_tracked_files),
jobs = args.jobs, progress_prefix = 'cpp lint: ')
def RunClangFormat():
return clang_format.ClangFormatFiles(clang_format.GetCppSourceFilesToFormat(),
args.clang_format, jobs = args.jobs,
progress_prefix = 'clang-format: ')
def BuildAll(build_options, jobs):
scons_command = ["scons", "-C", dir_root, 'all', '-j', str(jobs)]
scons_command += list(build_options)
return RunCommand(scons_command, list(environment_options))
# Work out if the given options or args allow to run on the specified arch.
# * arches is a list of ISA/architecture (a64, aarch32, etc)
# * options are test.py's command line options if any.
# * args are the arguments given to the build script.
def CanRunOn(arches, options, args):
# First we check in the build specific options.
for option in options:
if 'target' in option:
# The option format is 'target=x,y,z'.
for target in (option.split('='))[1].split(','):
if target in arches:
return True
# There was a target build option but it didn't include the target arch.
return False
# No specific build option, check the script arguments.
# The meaning of 'all' will depend on the platform, e.g. 32-bit compilers
# cannot handle Aarch64 while 64-bit compiler can handle Aarch32. To avoid
# any issues no benchmarks are run for target='all'.
if args.target == 'all': return False
for target in args.target[0].split(','):
if target in arches:
return True
return False
def CanRunAarch64(options, args):
return CanRunOn(['aarch64', 'a64'], options, args)
def CanRunAarch32(options, args):
return CanRunOn(['aarch32', 'a32', 't32'], options, args)
def RunBenchmarks(options, args):
rc = 0
if CanRunAarch32(options, args):
benchmark_names = util.ListCCFilesWithoutExt(config.dir_aarch32_benchmarks)
for bench in benchmark_names:
rc |= RunCommand(
[os.path.realpath(
join(config.dir_build_latest, 'benchmarks/aarch32', bench)), '10'])
if CanRunAarch64(options, args):
benchmark_names = util.ListCCFilesWithoutExt(config.dir_aarch64_benchmarks)
for bench in benchmark_names:
rc |= RunCommand(
[util.relrealpath(
join(config.dir_build_latest,
'benchmarks/aarch64', bench)), '10'])
return rc
def PrintStatus(success):
printer.Print('\n$ ' + ' '.join(sys.argv))
if success:
printer.Print('SUCCESS')
else:
printer.Print('FAILURE')
if __name__ == '__main__':
util.require_program('scons')
rc = 0
args = BuildOptions()
def MaybeExitEarly(rc):
if args.fail_early and rc != 0:
PrintStatus(rc == 0)
sys.exit(rc)
if args.under_valgrind:
util.require_program('valgrind')
if args.fast:
def SetFast(option, specified, default):
option.val_test_choices = \
[default if specified == 'all' else specified[0]]
# `g++` is very slow to compile a few aarch32 test files.
SetFast(environment_option_compiler, args.compiler, 'clang++')
SetFast(build_option_standard, args.std, 'c++98')
SetFast(build_option_mode, args.mode, 'debug')
if not args.nolint and not (args.fast or args.dry_run):
rc |= RunLinter()
MaybeExitEarly(rc)
if not args.noclang_format and not (args.fast or args.dry_run):
rc |= RunClangFormat()
MaybeExitEarly(rc)
# List all combinations of options that will be tested.
def ListCombinations(args, options):
opts_list = [
opt.ArgList(args.__dict__[opt.name])
for opt in options
if not opt.test_independently
]
return list(itertools.product(*opts_list))
# List combinations of options that should only be tested independently.
def ListIndependentCombinations(args, options, base):
n = []
for opt in options:
if opt.test_independently:
for o in opt.ArgList(args.__dict__[opt.name]):
n.append(base + (o,))
return n
# TODO: We should refine the configurations we test by default, instead of
# always testing all possible combinations.
test_env_combinations = ListCombinations(args, test_environment_options)
test_build_combinations = ListCombinations(args, test_build_options)
if not args.fast:
test_build_combinations.extend(
ListIndependentCombinations(args,
test_build_options,
test_build_combinations[0]))
test_runtime_combinations = ListCombinations(args, test_runtime_options)
for environment_options in test_env_combinations:
for build_options in test_build_combinations:
if (args.dry_run):
for runtime_options in test_runtime_combinations:
print(' '.join(filter(None, environment_options)) + ', ' +
' '.join(filter(None, build_options)) + ', ' +
' '.join(filter(None, runtime_options)))
continue
# Avoid going through the build stage if we are not using the build
# result.
if not (args.notest and args.nobench):
build_rc = BuildAll(build_options, args.jobs)
# Don't run the tests for this configuration if the build failed.
if build_rc != 0:
rc |= build_rc
MaybeExitEarly(rc)
continue
# Use the realpath of the test executable so that the commands printed
# can be copy-pasted and run.
test_executable = util.relrealpath(
join(config.dir_build_latest, 'test', 'test-runner'))
if not args.notest:
printer.Print(test_executable)
for runtime_options in test_runtime_combinations:
if not args.notest:
runtime_options = [x for x in runtime_options if x is not None]
prefix = ' ' + ' '.join(runtime_options) + ' '
rc |= threaded_tests.RunTests(test_executable,
args.filters,
list(runtime_options),
args.under_valgrind,
jobs = args.jobs, prefix = prefix)
MaybeExitEarly(rc)
if not args.nobench:
rc |= RunBenchmarks(build_options, args)
MaybeExitEarly(rc)
if not args.dry_run:
PrintStatus(rc == 0)
sys.exit(rc)