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#!/usr/bin/env python
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"""Unit test for Google Test's --gtest_list_tests flag.
A user can ask Google Test to list all tests by specifying the
--gtest_list_tests flag. This script tests such functionality
by invoking gtest_list_tests_unittest_ (a program written with
Google Test) the command line flags.
"""
__author__ = 'phanna@google.com (Patrick Hanna)'
import gtest_test_utils
import re
# Constants.
# The command line flag for enabling/disabling listing all tests.
LIST_TESTS_FLAG = 'gtest_list_tests'
# Path to the gtest_list_tests_unittest_ program.
EXE_PATH = gtest_test_utils.GetTestExecutablePath('gtest_list_tests_unittest_')
# The expected output when running gtest_list_tests_unittest_ with
# --gtest_list_tests
EXPECTED_OUTPUT_NO_FILTER_RE = re.compile(r"""FooDeathTest\.
Test1
Foo\.
Bar1
Bar2
DISABLED_Bar3
Abc\.
Xyz
Def
FooBar\.
Baz
FooTest\.
Test1
DISABLED_Test2
Test3
TypedTest/0\. # TypeParam = (VeryLo{245}|class VeryLo{239})\.\.\.
TestA
TestB
TypedTest/1\. # TypeParam = int\s*\*
TestA
TestB
TypedTest/2\. # TypeParam = .*MyArray<bool,\s*42>
TestA
TestB
My/TypeParamTest/0\. # TypeParam = (VeryLo{245}|class VeryLo{239})\.\.\.
TestA
TestB
My/TypeParamTest/1\. # TypeParam = int\s*\*
TestA
TestB
My/TypeParamTest/2\. # TypeParam = .*MyArray<bool,\s*42>
TestA
TestB
MyInstantiation/ValueParamTest\.
TestA/0 # GetParam\(\) = one line
TestA/1 # GetParam\(\) = two\\nlines
TestA/2 # GetParam\(\) = a very\\nlo{241}\.\.\.
TestB/0 # GetParam\(\) = one line
TestB/1 # GetParam\(\) = two\\nlines
TestB/2 # GetParam\(\) = a very\\nlo{241}\.\.\.
""")
# The expected output when running gtest_list_tests_unittest_ with
# --gtest_list_tests and --gtest_filter=Foo*.
EXPECTED_OUTPUT_FILTER_FOO_RE = re.compile(r"""FooDeathTest\.
Test1
Foo\.
Bar1
Bar2
DISABLED_Bar3
FooBar\.
Baz
FooTest\.
Test1
DISABLED_Test2
Test3
""")
# Utilities.
def Run(args):
"""Runs gtest_list_tests_unittest_ and returns the list of tests printed."""
return gtest_test_utils.Subprocess([EXE_PATH] + args,
capture_stderr=False).output
# The unit test.
class GTestListTestsUnitTest(gtest_test_utils.TestCase):
"""Tests using the --gtest_list_tests flag to list all tests."""
def RunAndVerify(self, flag_value, expected_output_re, other_flag):
"""Runs gtest_list_tests_unittest_ and verifies that it prints
the correct tests.
Args:
flag_value: value of the --gtest_list_tests flag;
None if the flag should not be present.
expected_output_re: regular expression that matches the expected
output after running command;
other_flag: a different flag to be passed to command
along with gtest_list_tests;
None if the flag should not be present.
"""
if flag_value is None:
flag = ''
flag_expression = 'not set'
elif flag_value == '0':
flag = '--%s=0' % LIST_TESTS_FLAG
flag_expression = '0'
else:
flag = '--%s' % LIST_TESTS_FLAG
flag_expression = '1'
args = [flag]
if other_flag is not None:
args += [other_flag]
output = Run(args)
if expected_output_re:
self.assert_(
expected_output_re.match(output),
('when %s is %s, the output of "%s" is "%s",\n'
'which does not match regex "%s"' %
(LIST_TESTS_FLAG, flag_expression, ' '.join(args), output,
expected_output_re.pattern)))
else:
self.assert_(
not EXPECTED_OUTPUT_NO_FILTER_RE.match(output),
('when %s is %s, the output of "%s" is "%s"'%
(LIST_TESTS_FLAG, flag_expression, ' '.join(args), output)))
def testDefaultBehavior(self):
"""Tests the behavior of the default mode."""
self.RunAndVerify(flag_value=None,
expected_output_re=None,
other_flag=None)
def testFlag(self):
"""Tests using the --gtest_list_tests flag."""
self.RunAndVerify(flag_value='0',
expected_output_re=None,
other_flag=None)
self.RunAndVerify(flag_value='1',
expected_output_re=EXPECTED_OUTPUT_NO_FILTER_RE,
other_flag=None)
def testOverrideNonFilterFlags(self):
"""Tests that --gtest_list_tests overrides the non-filter flags."""
self.RunAndVerify(flag_value='1',
expected_output_re=EXPECTED_OUTPUT_NO_FILTER_RE,
other_flag='--gtest_break_on_failure')
def testWithFilterFlags(self):
"""Tests that --gtest_list_tests takes into account the
--gtest_filter flag."""
self.RunAndVerify(flag_value='1',
expected_output_re=EXPECTED_OUTPUT_FILTER_FOO_RE,
other_flag='--gtest_filter=Foo*')
if __name__ == '__main__':
gtest_test_utils.Main()
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