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#!/usr/bin/env python
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"""Unit test for Google Test test filters.
A user can specify which test(s) in a Google Test program to run via either
the GTEST_FILTER environment variable or the --gtest_filter flag.
This script tests such functionality by invoking
gtest_filter_unittest_ (a program written with Google Test) with different
environments and command line flags.
Note that test sharding may also influence which tests are filtered. Therefore,
we test that here also.
"""
__author__ = 'wan@google.com (Zhanyong Wan)'
import os
import re
import sets
import sys
import gtest_test_utils
# Constants.
# Checks if this platform can pass empty environment variables to child
# processes. We set an env variable to an empty string and invoke a python
# script in a subprocess to print whether the variable is STILL in
# os.environ. We then use 'eval' to parse the child's output so that an
# exception is thrown if the input is anything other than 'True' nor 'False'.
os.environ['EMPTY_VAR'] = ''
child = gtest_test_utils.Subprocess(
[sys.executable, '-c', 'import os; print \'EMPTY_VAR\' in os.environ'])
CAN_PASS_EMPTY_ENV = eval(child.output)
# Check if this platform can unset environment variables in child processes.
# We set an env variable to a non-empty string, unset it, and invoke
# a python script in a subprocess to print whether the variable
# is NO LONGER in os.environ.
# We use 'eval' to parse the child's output so that an exception
# is thrown if the input is neither 'True' nor 'False'.
os.environ['UNSET_VAR'] = 'X'
del os.environ['UNSET_VAR']
child = gtest_test_utils.Subprocess(
[sys.executable, '-c', 'import os; print \'UNSET_VAR\' not in os.environ'])
CAN_UNSET_ENV = eval(child.output)
# Checks if we should test with an empty filter. This doesn't
# make sense on platforms that cannot pass empty env variables (Win32)
# and on platforms that cannot unset variables (since we cannot tell
# the difference between "" and NULL -- Borland and Solaris < 5.10)
CAN_TEST_EMPTY_FILTER = (CAN_PASS_EMPTY_ENV and CAN_UNSET_ENV)
# The environment variable for specifying the test filters.
FILTER_ENV_VAR = 'GTEST_FILTER'
# The environment variables for test sharding.
TOTAL_SHARDS_ENV_VAR = 'GTEST_TOTAL_SHARDS'
SHARD_INDEX_ENV_VAR = 'GTEST_SHARD_INDEX'
SHARD_STATUS_FILE_ENV_VAR = 'GTEST_SHARD_STATUS_FILE'
# The command line flag for specifying the test filters.
FILTER_FLAG = 'gtest_filter'
# The command line flag for including disabled tests.
ALSO_RUN_DISABED_TESTS_FLAG = 'gtest_also_run_disabled_tests'
# Command to run the gtest_filter_unittest_ program.
COMMAND = gtest_test_utils.GetTestExecutablePath('gtest_filter_unittest_')
# Regex for determining whether parameterized tests are enabled in the binary.
PARAM_TEST_REGEX = re.compile(r'/ParamTest')
# Regex for parsing test case names from Google Test's output.
TEST_CASE_REGEX = re.compile(r'^\[\-+\] \d+ tests? from (\w+(/\w+)?)')
# Regex for parsing test names from Google Test's output.
TEST_REGEX = re.compile(r'^\[\s*RUN\s*\].*\.(\w+(/\w+)?)')
# The command line flag to tell Google Test to output the list of tests it
# will run.
LIST_TESTS_FLAG = '--gtest_list_tests'
# Indicates whether Google Test supports death tests.
SUPPORTS_DEATH_TESTS = 'HasDeathTest' in gtest_test_utils.Subprocess(
[COMMAND, LIST_TESTS_FLAG]).output
# Full names of all tests in gtest_filter_unittests_.
PARAM_TESTS = [
'SeqP/ParamTest.TestX/0',
'SeqP/ParamTest.TestX/1',
'SeqP/ParamTest.TestY/0',
'SeqP/ParamTest.TestY/1',
'SeqQ/ParamTest.TestX/0',
'SeqQ/ParamTest.TestX/1',
'SeqQ/ParamTest.TestY/0',
'SeqQ/ParamTest.TestY/1',
]
DISABLED_TESTS = [
'BarTest.DISABLED_TestFour',
'BarTest.DISABLED_TestFive',
'BazTest.DISABLED_TestC',
'DISABLED_FoobarTest.Test1',
'DISABLED_FoobarTest.DISABLED_Test2',
'DISABLED_FoobarbazTest.TestA',
]
if SUPPORTS_DEATH_TESTS:
DEATH_TESTS = [
'HasDeathTest.Test1',
'HasDeathTest.Test2',
]
else:
DEATH_TESTS = []
# All the non-disabled tests.
ACTIVE_TESTS = [
'FooTest.Abc',
'FooTest.Xyz',
'BarTest.TestOne',
'BarTest.TestTwo',
'BarTest.TestThree',
'BazTest.TestOne',
'BazTest.TestA',
'BazTest.TestB',
] + DEATH_TESTS + PARAM_TESTS
param_tests_present = None
# Utilities.
environ = os.environ.copy()
def SetEnvVar(env_var, value):
"""Sets the env variable to 'value'; unsets it when 'value' is None."""
if value is not None:
environ[env_var] = value
elif env_var in environ:
del environ[env_var]
def RunAndReturnOutput(args = None):
"""Runs the test program and returns its output."""
return gtest_test_utils.Subprocess([COMMAND] + (args or []),
env=environ).output
def RunAndExtractTestList(args = None):
"""Runs the test program and returns its exit code and a list of tests run."""
p = gtest_test_utils.Subprocess([COMMAND] + (args or []), env=environ)
tests_run = []
test_case = ''
test = ''
for line in p.output.split('\n'):
match = TEST_CASE_REGEX.match(line)
if match is not None:
test_case = match.group(1)
else:
match = TEST_REGEX.match(line)
if match is not None:
test = match.group(1)
tests_run.append(test_case + '.' + test)
return (tests_run, p.exit_code)
def InvokeWithModifiedEnv(extra_env, function, *args, **kwargs):
"""Runs the given function and arguments in a modified environment."""
try:
original_env = environ.copy()
environ.update(extra_env)
return function(*args, **kwargs)
finally:
environ.clear()
environ.update(original_env)
def RunWithSharding(total_shards, shard_index, command):
"""Runs a test program shard and returns exit code and a list of tests run."""
extra_env = {SHARD_INDEX_ENV_VAR: str(shard_index),
TOTAL_SHARDS_ENV_VAR: str(total_shards)}
return InvokeWithModifiedEnv(extra_env, RunAndExtractTestList, command)
# The unit test.
class GTestFilterUnitTest(gtest_test_utils.TestCase):
"""Tests the env variable or the command line flag to filter tests."""
# Utilities.
def AssertSetEqual(self, lhs, rhs):
"""Asserts that two sets are equal."""
for elem in lhs:
self.assert_(elem in rhs, '%s in %s' % (elem, rhs))
for elem in rhs:
self.assert_(elem in lhs, '%s in %s' % (elem, lhs))
def AssertPartitionIsValid(self, set_var, list_of_sets):
"""Asserts that list_of_sets is a valid partition of set_var."""
full_partition = []
for slice_var in list_of_sets:
full_partition.extend(slice_var)
self.assertEqual(len(set_var), len(full_partition))
self.assertEqual(sets.Set(set_var), sets.Set(full_partition))
def AdjustForParameterizedTests(self, tests_to_run):
"""Adjust tests_to_run in case value parameterized tests are disabled."""
global param_tests_present
if not param_tests_present:
return list(sets.Set(tests_to_run) - sets.Set(PARAM_TESTS))
else:
return tests_to_run
def RunAndVerify(self, gtest_filter, tests_to_run):
"""Checks that the binary runs correct set of tests for a given filter."""
tests_to_run = self.AdjustForParameterizedTests(tests_to_run)
# First, tests using the environment variable.
# Windows removes empty variables from the environment when passing it
# to a new process. This means it is impossible to pass an empty filter
# into a process using the environment variable. However, we can still
# test the case when the variable is not supplied (i.e., gtest_filter is
# None).
# pylint: disable-msg=C6403
if CAN_TEST_EMPTY_FILTER or gtest_filter != '':
SetEnvVar(FILTER_ENV_VAR, gtest_filter)
tests_run = RunAndExtractTestList()[0]
SetEnvVar(FILTER_ENV_VAR, None)
self.AssertSetEqual(tests_run, tests_to_run)
# pylint: enable-msg=C6403
# Next, tests using the command line flag.
if gtest_filter is None:
args = []
else:
args = ['--%s=%s' % (FILTER_FLAG, gtest_filter)]
tests_run = RunAndExtractTestList(args)[0]
self.AssertSetEqual(tests_run, tests_to_run)
def RunAndVerifyWithSharding(self, gtest_filter, total_shards, tests_to_run,
args=None, check_exit_0=False):
"""Checks that binary runs correct tests for the given filter and shard.
Runs all shards of gtest_filter_unittest_ with the given filter, and
verifies that the right set of tests were run. The union of tests run
on each shard should be identical to tests_to_run, without duplicates.
Args:
gtest_filter: A filter to apply to the tests.
total_shards: A total number of shards to split test run into.
tests_to_run: A set of tests expected to run.
args : Arguments to pass to the to the test binary.
check_exit_0: When set to a true value, make sure that all shards
return 0.
"""
tests_to_run = self.AdjustForParameterizedTests(tests_to_run)
# Windows removes empty variables from the environment when passing it
# to a new process. This means it is impossible to pass an empty filter
# into a process using the environment variable. However, we can still
# test the case when the variable is not supplied (i.e., gtest_filter is
# None).
# pylint: disable-msg=C6403
if CAN_TEST_EMPTY_FILTER or gtest_filter != '':
SetEnvVar(FILTER_ENV_VAR, gtest_filter)
partition = []
for i in range(0, total_shards):
(tests_run, exit_code) = RunWithSharding(total_shards, i, args)
if check_exit_0:
self.assertEqual(0, exit_code)
partition.append(tests_run)
self.AssertPartitionIsValid(tests_to_run, partition)
SetEnvVar(FILTER_ENV_VAR, None)
# pylint: enable-msg=C6403
def RunAndVerifyAllowingDisabled(self, gtest_filter, tests_to_run):
"""Checks that the binary runs correct set of tests for the given filter.
Runs gtest_filter_unittest_ with the given filter, and enables
disabled tests. Verifies that the right set of tests were run.
Args:
gtest_filter: A filter to apply to the tests.
tests_to_run: A set of tests expected to run.
"""
tests_to_run = self.AdjustForParameterizedTests(tests_to_run)
# Construct the command line.
args = ['--%s' % ALSO_RUN_DISABED_TESTS_FLAG]
if gtest_filter is not None:
args.append('--%s=%s' % (FILTER_FLAG, gtest_filter))
tests_run = RunAndExtractTestList(args)[0]
self.AssertSetEqual(tests_run, tests_to_run)
def setUp(self):
"""Sets up test case.
Determines whether value-parameterized tests are enabled in the binary and
sets the flags accordingly.
"""
global param_tests_present
if param_tests_present is None:
param_tests_present = PARAM_TEST_REGEX.search(
RunAndReturnOutput()) is not None
def testDefaultBehavior(self):
"""Tests the behavior of not specifying the filter."""
self.RunAndVerify(None, ACTIVE_TESTS)
def testDefaultBehaviorWithShards(self):
"""Tests the behavior without the filter, with sharding enabled."""
self.RunAndVerifyWithSharding(None, 1, ACTIVE_TESTS)
self.RunAndVerifyWithSharding(None, 2, ACTIVE_TESTS)
self.RunAndVerifyWithSharding(None, len(ACTIVE_TESTS) - 1, ACTIVE_TESTS)
self.RunAndVerifyWithSharding(None, len(ACTIVE_TESTS), ACTIVE_TESTS)
self.RunAndVerifyWithSharding(None, len(ACTIVE_TESTS) + 1, ACTIVE_TESTS)
def testEmptyFilter(self):
"""Tests an empty filter."""
self.RunAndVerify('', [])
self.RunAndVerifyWithSharding('', 1, [])
self.RunAndVerifyWithSharding('', 2, [])
def testBadFilter(self):
"""Tests a filter that matches nothing."""
self.RunAndVerify('BadFilter', [])
self.RunAndVerifyAllowingDisabled('BadFilter', [])
def testFullName(self):
"""Tests filtering by full name."""
self.RunAndVerify('FooTest.Xyz', ['FooTest.Xyz'])
self.RunAndVerifyAllowingDisabled('FooTest.Xyz', ['FooTest.Xyz'])
self.RunAndVerifyWithSharding('FooTest.Xyz', 5, ['FooTest.Xyz'])
def testUniversalFilters(self):
"""Tests filters that match everything."""
self.RunAndVerify('*', ACTIVE_TESTS)
self.RunAndVerify('*.*', ACTIVE_TESTS)
self.RunAndVerifyWithSharding('*.*', len(ACTIVE_TESTS) - 3, ACTIVE_TESTS)
self.RunAndVerifyAllowingDisabled('*', ACTIVE_TESTS + DISABLED_TESTS)
self.RunAndVerifyAllowingDisabled('*.*', ACTIVE_TESTS + DISABLED_TESTS)
def testFilterByTestCase(self):
"""Tests filtering by test case name."""
self.RunAndVerify('FooTest.*', ['FooTest.Abc', 'FooTest.Xyz'])
BAZ_TESTS = ['BazTest.TestOne', 'BazTest.TestA', 'BazTest.TestB']
self.RunAndVerify('BazTest.*', BAZ_TESTS)
self.RunAndVerifyAllowingDisabled('BazTest.*',
BAZ_TESTS + ['BazTest.DISABLED_TestC'])
def testFilterByTest(self):
"""Tests filtering by test name."""
self.RunAndVerify('*.TestOne', ['BarTest.TestOne', 'BazTest.TestOne'])
def testFilterDisabledTests(self):
"""Select only the disabled tests to run."""
self.RunAndVerify('DISABLED_FoobarTest.Test1', [])
self.RunAndVerifyAllowingDisabled('DISABLED_FoobarTest.Test1',
['DISABLED_FoobarTest.Test1'])
self.RunAndVerify('*DISABLED_*', [])
self.RunAndVerifyAllowingDisabled('*DISABLED_*', DISABLED_TESTS)
self.RunAndVerify('*.DISABLED_*', [])
self.RunAndVerifyAllowingDisabled('*.DISABLED_*', [
'BarTest.DISABLED_TestFour',
'BarTest.DISABLED_TestFive',
'BazTest.DISABLED_TestC',
'DISABLED_FoobarTest.DISABLED_Test2',
])
self.RunAndVerify('DISABLED_*', [])
self.RunAndVerifyAllowingDisabled('DISABLED_*', [
'DISABLED_FoobarTest.Test1',
'DISABLED_FoobarTest.DISABLED_Test2',
'DISABLED_FoobarbazTest.TestA',
])
def testWildcardInTestCaseName(self):
"""Tests using wildcard in the test case name."""
self.RunAndVerify('*a*.*', [
'BarTest.TestOne',
'BarTest.TestTwo',
'BarTest.TestThree',
'BazTest.TestOne',
'BazTest.TestA',
'BazTest.TestB', ] + DEATH_TESTS + PARAM_TESTS)
def testWildcardInTestName(self):
"""Tests using wildcard in the test name."""
self.RunAndVerify('*.*A*', ['FooTest.Abc', 'BazTest.TestA'])
def testFilterWithoutDot(self):
"""Tests a filter that has no '.' in it."""
self.RunAndVerify('*z*', [
'FooTest.Xyz',
'BazTest.TestOne',
'BazTest.TestA',
'BazTest.TestB',
])
def testTwoPatterns(self):
"""Tests filters that consist of two patterns."""
self.RunAndVerify('Foo*.*:*A*', [
'FooTest.Abc',
'FooTest.Xyz',
'BazTest.TestA',
])
# An empty pattern + a non-empty one
self.RunAndVerify(':*A*', ['FooTest.Abc', 'BazTest.TestA'])
def testThreePatterns(self):
"""Tests filters that consist of three patterns."""
self.RunAndVerify('*oo*:*A*:*One', [
'FooTest.Abc',
'FooTest.Xyz',
'BarTest.TestOne',
'BazTest.TestOne',
'BazTest.TestA',
])
# The 2nd pattern is empty.
self.RunAndVerify('*oo*::*One', [
'FooTest.Abc',
'FooTest.Xyz',
'BarTest.TestOne',
'BazTest.TestOne',
])
# The last 2 patterns are empty.
self.RunAndVerify('*oo*::', [
'FooTest.Abc',
'FooTest.Xyz',
])
def testNegativeFilters(self):
self.RunAndVerify('*-BazTest.TestOne', [
'FooTest.Abc',
'FooTest.Xyz',
'BarTest.TestOne',
'BarTest.TestTwo',
'BarTest.TestThree',
'BazTest.TestA',
'BazTest.TestB',
] + DEATH_TESTS + PARAM_TESTS)
self.RunAndVerify('*-FooTest.Abc:BazTest.*', [
'FooTest.Xyz',
'BarTest.TestOne',
'BarTest.TestTwo',
'BarTest.TestThree',
] + DEATH_TESTS + PARAM_TESTS)
self.RunAndVerify('BarTest.*-BarTest.TestOne', [
'BarTest.TestTwo',
'BarTest.TestThree',
])
# Tests without leading '*'.
self.RunAndVerify('-FooTest.Abc:FooTest.Xyz:BazTest.*', [
'BarTest.TestOne',
'BarTest.TestTwo',
'BarTest.TestThree',
] + DEATH_TESTS + PARAM_TESTS)
# Value parameterized tests.
self.RunAndVerify('*/*', PARAM_TESTS)
# Value parameterized tests filtering by the sequence name.
self.RunAndVerify('SeqP/*', [
'SeqP/ParamTest.TestX/0',
'SeqP/ParamTest.TestX/1',
'SeqP/ParamTest.TestY/0',
'SeqP/ParamTest.TestY/1',
])
# Value parameterized tests filtering by the test name.
self.RunAndVerify('*/0', [
'SeqP/ParamTest.TestX/0',
'SeqP/ParamTest.TestY/0',
'SeqQ/ParamTest.TestX/0',
'SeqQ/ParamTest.TestY/0',
])
def testFlagOverridesEnvVar(self):
"""Tests that the filter flag overrides the filtering env. variable."""
SetEnvVar(FILTER_ENV_VAR, 'Foo*')
args = ['--%s=%s' % (FILTER_FLAG, '*One')]
tests_run = RunAndExtractTestList(args)[0]
SetEnvVar(FILTER_ENV_VAR, None)
self.AssertSetEqual(tests_run, ['BarTest.TestOne', 'BazTest.TestOne'])
def testShardStatusFileIsCreated(self):
"""Tests that the shard file is created if specified in the environment."""
shard_status_file = os.path.join(gtest_test_utils.GetTempDir(),
'shard_status_file')
self.assert_(not os.path.exists(shard_status_file))
extra_env = {SHARD_STATUS_FILE_ENV_VAR: shard_status_file}
try:
InvokeWithModifiedEnv(extra_env, RunAndReturnOutput)
finally:
self.assert_(os.path.exists(shard_status_file))
os.remove(shard_status_file)
def testShardStatusFileIsCreatedWithListTests(self):
"""Tests that the shard file is created with the "list_tests" flag."""
shard_status_file = os.path.join(gtest_test_utils.GetTempDir(),
'shard_status_file2')
self.assert_(not os.path.exists(shard_status_file))
extra_env = {SHARD_STATUS_FILE_ENV_VAR: shard_status_file}
try:
output = InvokeWithModifiedEnv(extra_env,
RunAndReturnOutput,
[LIST_TESTS_FLAG])
finally:
# This assertion ensures that Google Test enumerated the tests as
# opposed to running them.
self.assert_('[==========]' not in output,
'Unexpected output during test enumeration.\n'
'Please ensure that LIST_TESTS_FLAG is assigned the\n'
'correct flag value for listing Google Test tests.')
self.assert_(os.path.exists(shard_status_file))
os.remove(shard_status_file)
if SUPPORTS_DEATH_TESTS:
def testShardingWorksWithDeathTests(self):
"""Tests integration with death tests and sharding."""
gtest_filter = 'HasDeathTest.*:SeqP/*'
expected_tests = [
'HasDeathTest.Test1',
'HasDeathTest.Test2',
'SeqP/ParamTest.TestX/0',
'SeqP/ParamTest.TestX/1',
'SeqP/ParamTest.TestY/0',
'SeqP/ParamTest.TestY/1',
]
for flag in ['--gtest_death_test_style=threadsafe',
'--gtest_death_test_style=fast']:
self.RunAndVerifyWithSharding(gtest_filter, 3, expected_tests,
check_exit_0=True, args=[flag])
self.RunAndVerifyWithSharding(gtest_filter, 5, expected_tests,
check_exit_0=True, args=[flag])
if __name__ == '__main__':
gtest_test_utils.Main()
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