author Daniel Varga <>
Fri, 09 Nov 2018 12:22:53 +0200
changeset 445390 981eb3885ff2d2edc9408d44dab9610594a930f7
parent 444311 media/webrtc/trunk/build/android/pylib/
parent 445272 media/webrtc/trunk/build/android/pylib/
permissions -rw-r--r--
Merge mozilla-central to autoland. a=merge

# Copyright (c) 2012 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.

import logging
import os
import shutil
import sys
import tempfile

import cmd_helper
import constants
from test_package import TestPackage
from pylib import pexpect

class TestPackageExecutable(TestPackage):
  """A helper class for running stand-alone executables."""

  _TEST_RUNNER_RET_VAL_FILE = 'gtest_retval'

  def __init__(self, adb, device, test_suite, timeout, rebaseline,
               performance_test, cleanup_test_files, tool, dump_debug_info,
      adb: ADB interface the tests are using.
      device: Device to run the tests.
      test_suite: A specific test suite to run, empty to run all.
      timeout: Timeout for each test.
      rebaseline: Whether or not to run tests in isolation and update the
      performance_test: Whether or not performance test(s).
      cleanup_test_files: Whether or not to cleanup test files on device.
      tool: Name of the Valgrind tool.
      dump_debug_info: A debug_info object.
      symbols_dir: Directory to put the stripped binaries.
    TestPackage.__init__(self, adb, device, test_suite, timeout,
                         rebaseline, performance_test, cleanup_test_files,
                         tool, dump_debug_info)
    self.symbols_dir = symbols_dir

  def _GetGTestReturnCode(self):
    ret = None
    ret_code = 1  # Assume failure if we can't find it
    ret_code_file = tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile()
      if not self.adb.Adb().Pull(
          self.adb.GetExternalStorage() + '/' +

        logging.critical('Unable to pull gtest ret val file %s',
        raise ValueError
      ret_code = file(
      ret = int(ret_code)
    except ValueError:
      logging.critical('Error reading gtest ret val file %s [%s]',
             , ret_code)
      ret = 1
    return ret

  def _AddNativeCoverageExports(self):
    # export GCOV_PREFIX set the path for native coverage results
    # export GCOV_PREFIX_STRIP indicates how many initial directory
    #                          names to strip off the hardwired absolute paths.
    #                          This value is calculated in and
    #                          depends on where the tree is built.
    # Ex: /usr/local/google/code/chrome will become
    #     /code/chrome if GCOV_PREFIX_STRIP=3
      depth = os.environ['NATIVE_COVERAGE_DEPTH_STRIP']
    except KeyError:'NATIVE_COVERAGE_DEPTH_STRIP is not defined: '
                   'No native coverage.')
      return ''
    export_string = ('export GCOV_PREFIX="%s/gcov"\n' %
    export_string += 'export GCOV_PREFIX_STRIP=%s\n' % depth
    return export_string

  def GetAllTests(self):
    """Returns a list of all tests available in the test suite."""
    all_tests = self.adb.RunShellCommand(
        '%s %s/%s --gtest_list_tests' %
    return self._ParseGTestListTests(all_tests)

  def CreateTestRunnerScript(self, gtest_filter, test_arguments):
    """Creates a test runner script and pushes to the device.

      gtest_filter: A gtest_filter flag.
      test_arguments: Additional arguments to pass to the test binary.
    tool_wrapper = self.tool.GetTestWrapper()
    sh_script_file = tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile()
    # We need to capture the exit status from the script since adb shell won't
    # propagate to us.
    sh_script_file.write('cd %s\n'
                         '%s %s/%s --gtest_filter=%s %s\n'
                         'echo $? > %s' %
                          tool_wrapper, constants.TEST_EXECUTABLE_DIR,
                          gtest_filter, test_arguments,
    cmd_helper.RunCmd(['chmod', '+x',])
            constants.TEST_EXECUTABLE_DIR + '/')'Conents of the test runner script: ')
    for line in open('  ' + line.rstrip())

  def RunTestsAndListResults(self):
    """Runs all the tests and checks for failures.

      A TestResults object.
    args = ['adb', '-s', self.device, 'shell', 'sh',
            constants.TEST_EXECUTABLE_DIR + '/']
    p = pexpect.spawn(args[0], args[1:], logfile=sys.stdout)
    return self._WatchTestOutput(p)

  def StripAndCopyExecutable(self):
    """Strips and copies the executable to the device."""
    if self.tool.NeedsDebugInfo():
      target_name = self.test_suite
      target_name = self.test_suite + '_' + self.device + '_stripped'
      should_strip = True
      if os.path.isfile(target_name):'Found target file %s' % target_name)
        target_mtime = os.stat(target_name).st_mtime
        source_mtime = os.stat(self.test_suite).st_mtime
        if target_mtime > source_mtime:
'Target mtime (%d) is newer than source (%d), assuming '
                       'no change.' % (target_mtime, source_mtime))
          should_strip = False

      if should_strip:'Did not find up-to-date stripped binary. Generating a '
                     'new one (%s).' % target_name)
        # Whenever we generate a stripped binary, copy to the symbols dir. If we
        # aren't stripping a new binary, assume it's there.
        if self.symbols_dir:
          if not os.path.exists(self.symbols_dir):
          shutil.copy(self.test_suite, self.symbols_dir)
        strip = os.environ['STRIP']
        cmd_helper.RunCmd([strip, self.test_suite, '-o', target_name])
    test_binary = constants.TEST_EXECUTABLE_DIR + '/' + self.test_suite_basename
    self.adb.PushIfNeeded(target_name, test_binary)

  def _GetTestSuiteBaseName(self):
    """Returns the  base name of the test suite."""
    return os.path.basename(self.test_suite)