author Ehsan Akhgari <>
Wed, 21 May 2014 10:23:21 -0400
changeset 359281 665aa1c00ea75abbc72aa3ec5c2bcb28b1b54366
parent 358819 9fd459bc4e6eba5846e48563108e707b858a572c
child 359326 348ac2440cacdfe1b84a363374c9761a32b882fc
permissions -rwxr-xr-x
Bug 1013925 - Make the prevent_webidl_changes hook more relaxed about backout messages; r=ted

#!/usr/bin/env python
# - Run a set of tests on Mercurial
# Copyright 2006 Matt Mackall <>
# This software may be used and distributed according to the terms of the
# GNU General Public License version 2 or any later version.

# Modifying this script is tricky because it has many modes:
#   - serial (default) vs parallel (-jN, N > 1)
#   - no coverage (default) vs coverage (-c, -C, -s)
#   - temp install (default) vs specific hg script (--with-hg, --local)
#   - tests are a mix of shell scripts and Python scripts
# If you change this script, it is recommended that you ensure you
# haven't broken it by running it in various modes with a representative
# sample of test scripts.  For example:
#  1) serial, no coverage, temp install:
#      ./ test-s*
#  2) serial, no coverage, local hg:
#      ./ --local test-s*
#  3) serial, coverage, temp install:
#      ./ -c test-s*
#  4) serial, coverage, local hg:
#      ./ -c --local test-s*      # unsupported
#  5) parallel, no coverage, temp install:
#      ./ -j2 test-s*
#  6) parallel, no coverage, local hg:
#      ./ -j2 --local test-s*
#  7) parallel, coverage, temp install:
#      ./ -j2 -c test-s*          # currently broken
#  8) parallel, coverage, local install:
#      ./ -j2 -c --local test-s*  # unsupported (and broken)
#  9) parallel, custom tmp dir:
#      ./ -j2 --tmpdir /tmp/myhgtests
# (You could use any subset of the tests: test-s* happens to match
# enough that it's worth doing parallel runs, few enough that it
# completes fairly quickly, includes both shell and Python scripts, and
# includes some scripts that run daemon processes.)

from distutils import version
import difflib
import errno
import optparse
import os
import shutil
import subprocess
import signal
import sys
import tempfile
import time
import random
import re
import threading
import killdaemons as killmod
import Queue as queue
import unittest

processlock = threading.Lock()

# subprocess._cleanup can race with any Popen.wait or Popen.poll on py24
# for details. We shouldn't be producing
# zombies but it's pretty harmless even if we do.
if sys.version_info < (2, 5):
    subprocess._cleanup = lambda: None

closefds = == 'posix'
def Popen4(cmd, wd, timeout, env=None):
    p = subprocess.Popen(cmd, shell=True, bufsize=-1, cwd=wd, env=env,
                         stdin=subprocess.PIPE, stdout=subprocess.PIPE,

    p.fromchild = p.stdout
    p.tochild = p.stdin
    p.childerr = p.stderr

    p.timeout = False
    if timeout:
        def t():
            start = time.time()
            while time.time() - start < timeout and p.returncode is None:
            p.timeout = True
            if p.returncode is None:

    return p

PYTHON = sys.executable.replace('\\', '/')
if 'java' in sys.platform:


defaults = {
    'jobs': ('HGTEST_JOBS', 1),
    'timeout': ('HGTEST_TIMEOUT', 180),
    'port': ('HGTEST_PORT', 20059),
    'shell': ('HGTEST_SHELL', 'sh'),

def parselistfiles(files, listtype, warn=True):
    entries = dict()
    for filename in files:
            path = os.path.expanduser(os.path.expandvars(filename))
            f = open(path, "r")
        except IOError, err:
            if err.errno != errno.ENOENT:
            if warn:
                print "warning: no such %s file: %s" % (listtype, filename)

        for line in f.readlines():
            line = line.split('#', 1)[0].strip()
            if line:
                entries[line] = filename

    return entries

def getparser():
    """Obtain the OptionParser used by the CLI."""
    parser = optparse.OptionParser("%prog [options] [tests]")

    # keep these sorted
    parser.add_option("--blacklist", action="append",
        help="skip tests listed in the specified blacklist file")
    parser.add_option("--whitelist", action="append",
        help="always run tests listed in the specified whitelist file")
    parser.add_option("--changed", type="string",
        help="run tests that are changed in parent rev or working directory")
    parser.add_option("-C", "--annotate", action="store_true",
        help="output files annotated with coverage")
    parser.add_option("-c", "--cover", action="store_true",
        help="print a test coverage report")
    parser.add_option("-d", "--debug", action="store_true",
        help="debug mode: write output of test scripts to console"
             " rather than capturing and diffing it (disables timeout)")
    parser.add_option("-f", "--first", action="store_true",
        help="exit on the first test failure")
    parser.add_option("-H", "--htmlcov", action="store_true",
        help="create an HTML report of the coverage of the files")
    parser.add_option("-i", "--interactive", action="store_true",
        help="prompt to accept changed output")
    parser.add_option("-j", "--jobs", type="int",
        help="number of jobs to run in parallel"
             " (default: $%s or %d)" % defaults['jobs'])
    parser.add_option("--keep-tmpdir", action="store_true",
        help="keep temporary directory after running tests")
    parser.add_option("-k", "--keywords",
        help="run tests matching keywords")
    parser.add_option("-l", "--local", action="store_true",
        help="shortcut for --with-hg=<testdir>/../hg")
    parser.add_option("--loop", action="store_true",
        help="loop tests repeatedly")
    parser.add_option("-n", "--nodiff", action="store_true",
        help="skip showing test changes")
    parser.add_option("-p", "--port", type="int",
        help="port on which servers should listen"
             " (default: $%s or %d)" % defaults['port'])
    parser.add_option("--compiler", type="string",
        help="compiler to build with")
    parser.add_option("--pure", action="store_true",
        help="use pure Python code instead of C extensions")
    parser.add_option("-R", "--restart", action="store_true",
        help="restart at last error")
    parser.add_option("-r", "--retest", action="store_true",
        help="retest failed tests")
    parser.add_option("-S", "--noskips", action="store_true",
        help="don't report skip tests verbosely")
    parser.add_option("--shell", type="string",
        help="shell to use (default: $%s or %s)" % defaults['shell'])
    parser.add_option("-t", "--timeout", type="int",
        help="kill errant tests after TIMEOUT seconds"
             " (default: $%s or %d)" % defaults['timeout'])
    parser.add_option("--time", action="store_true",
        help="time how long each test takes")
    parser.add_option("--tmpdir", type="string",
        help="run tests in the given temporary directory"
             " (implies --keep-tmpdir)")
    parser.add_option("-v", "--verbose", action="store_true",
        help="output verbose messages")
    parser.add_option("--view", type="string",
        help="external diff viewer")
    parser.add_option("--with-hg", type="string",
        help="test using specified hg script rather than a "
             "temporary installation")
    parser.add_option("-3", "--py3k-warnings", action="store_true",
        help="enable Py3k warnings on Python 2.6+")
    parser.add_option('--extra-config-opt', action="append",
                      help='set the given config opt in the test hgrc')
    parser.add_option('--random', action="store_true",
                      help='run tests in random order')

    for option, (envvar, default) in defaults.items():
        defaults[option] = type(default)(os.environ.get(envvar, default))

    return parser

def parseargs(args, parser):
    """Parse arguments with our OptionParser and validate results."""
    (options, args) = parser.parse_args(args)

    # jython is always pure
    if 'java' in sys.platform or '__pypy__' in sys.modules:
        options.pure = True

    if options.with_hg:
        options.with_hg = os.path.expanduser(options.with_hg)
        if not (os.path.isfile(options.with_hg) and
                os.access(options.with_hg, os.X_OK)):
            parser.error('--with-hg must specify an executable hg script')
        if not os.path.basename(options.with_hg) == 'hg':
            sys.stderr.write('warning: --with-hg should specify an hg script\n')
    if options.local:
        testdir = os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(sys.argv[0]))
        hgbin = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(testdir), 'hg')
        if != 'nt' and not os.access(hgbin, os.X_OK):
            parser.error('--local specified, but %r not found or not executable'
                         % hgbin)
        options.with_hg = hgbin

    options.anycoverage = options.cover or options.annotate or options.htmlcov
    if options.anycoverage:
            import coverage
            covver = version.StrictVersion(coverage.__version__).version
            if covver < (3, 3):
                parser.error('coverage options require coverage 3.3 or later')
        except ImportError:
            parser.error('coverage options now require the coverage package')

    if options.anycoverage and options.local:
        # this needs some path mangling somewhere, I guess
        parser.error("sorry, coverage options do not work when --local "
                     "is specified")

    global verbose
    if options.verbose:
        verbose = ''

    if options.tmpdir:
        options.tmpdir = os.path.expanduser(options.tmpdir)

    if < 1:
        parser.error('--jobs must be positive')
    if options.interactive and options.debug:
        parser.error("-i/--interactive and -d/--debug are incompatible")
    if options.debug:
        if options.timeout != defaults['timeout']:
                'warning: --timeout option ignored with --debug\n')
        options.timeout = 0
    if options.py3k_warnings:
        if sys.version_info[:2] < (2, 6) or sys.version_info[:2] >= (3, 0):
            parser.error('--py3k-warnings can only be used on Python 2.6+')
    if options.blacklist:
        options.blacklist = parselistfiles(options.blacklist, 'blacklist')
    if options.whitelist:
        options.whitelisted = parselistfiles(options.whitelist, 'whitelist')
        options.whitelisted = {}

    return (options, args)

def rename(src, dst):
    """Like os.rename(), trade atomicity and opened files friendliness
    for existing destination support.
    shutil.copy(src, dst)

def getdiff(expected, output, ref, err):
    servefail = False
    lines = []
    for line in difflib.unified_diff(expected, output, ref, err):
        if line.startswith('+++') or line.startswith('---'):
            if line.endswith(' \n'):
                line = line[:-2] + '\n'
        if not servefail and line.startswith(
                             '+  abort: child process failed to start'):
            servefail = True

    return servefail, lines

verbose = False
def vlog(*msg):
    """Log only when in verbose mode."""
    if verbose is False:

    return log(*msg)

def log(*msg):
    """Log something to stdout.

    Arguments are strings to print.
    if verbose:
        print verbose,
    for m in msg:
        print m,

def terminate(proc):
    """Terminate subprocess (with fallback for Python versions < 2.6)"""
    vlog('# Terminating process %d' %
        getattr(proc, 'terminate', lambda : os.kill(, signal.SIGTERM))()
    except OSError:

def killdaemons(pidfile):
    return killmod.killdaemons(pidfile, tryhard=False, remove=True,

class Test(unittest.TestCase):
    """Encapsulates a single, runnable test.

    While this class conforms to the unittest.TestCase API, it differs in that
    instances need to be instantiated manually. (Typically, unittest.TestCase
    classes are instantiated automatically by scanning modules.)

    # Status code reserved for skipped tests (used by hghave).

    def __init__(self, path, tmpdir, keeptmpdir=False,
                 startport=defaults['port'], extraconfigopts=None,
                 py3kwarnings=False, shell=None):
        """Create a test from parameters.

        path is the full path to the file defining the test.

        tmpdir is the main temporary directory to use for this test.

        keeptmpdir determines whether to keep the test's temporary directory
        after execution. It defaults to removal (False).

        debug mode will make the test execute verbosely, with unfiltered

        timeout controls the maximum run time of the test. It is ignored when
        debug is True.

        startport controls the starting port number to use for this test. Each
        test will reserve 3 port numbers for execution. It is the caller's
        responsibility to allocate a non-overlapping port range to Test

        extraconfigopts is an iterable of extra hgrc config options. Values
        must have the form "key=value" (something understood by hgrc). Values
        of the form "foo.key=value" will result in "[foo] key=value".

        py3kwarnings enables Py3k warnings.

        shell is the shell to execute tests in.

        self.path = path = os.path.basename(path)
        self._testdir = os.path.dirname(path)
        self.errpath = os.path.join(self._testdir, '%s.err' %

        self._threadtmp = tmpdir
        self._keeptmpdir = keeptmpdir
        self._debug = debug
        self._timeout = timeout
        self._startport = startport
        self._extraconfigopts = extraconfigopts or []
        self._py3kwarnings = py3kwarnings
        self._shell = shell

        self._aborted = False
        self._daemonpids = []
        self._finished = None
        self._ret = None
        self._out = None
        self._skipped = None
        self._testtmp = None

        # If we're not in --debug mode and reference output file exists,
        # check test output against it.
        if debug:
            self._refout = None # to match "out is None"
        elif os.path.exists(self.refpath):
            f = open(self.refpath, 'r')
            self._refout =
            self._refout = []

    def __str__(self):

    def shortDescription(self):

    def setUp(self):
        """Tasks to perform before run()."""
        self._finished = False
        self._ret = None
        self._out = None
        self._skipped = None

        except OSError, e:
            if e.errno != errno.EEXIST:

        self._testtmp = os.path.join(self._threadtmp,

        # Remove any previous output files.
        if os.path.exists(self.errpath):

    def run(self, result):
        """Run this test and report results against a TestResult instance."""
        # This function is extremely similar to Once
        # we require Python 2.7 (or at least its version of unittest), this
        # function can largely go away.
        self._result = result
            except (KeyboardInterrupt, SystemExit):
                self._aborted = True
            except Exception:
                result.addError(self, sys.exc_info())

            success = False
            except KeyboardInterrupt:
                self._aborted = True
            except SkipTest, e:
                result.addSkip(self, str(e))
            except IgnoreTest, e:
                result.addIgnore(self, str(e))
            except WarnTest, e:
                result.addWarn(self, str(e))
            except self.failureException, e:
                # This differs from unittest in that we don't capture
                # the stack trace. This is for historical reasons and
                # this decision could be revisted in the future,
                # especially for PythonTest instances.
                if result.addFailure(self, str(e)):
                    success = True
            except Exception:
                result.addError(self, sys.exc_info())
                success = True

            except (KeyboardInterrupt, SystemExit):
                self._aborted = True
            except Exception:
                result.addError(self, sys.exc_info())
                success = False

            if success:
            result.stopTest(self, interrupted=self._aborted)

    def runTest(self):
        """Run this test instance.

        This will return a tuple describing the result of the test.
        replacements = self._getreplacements()
        env = self._getenv()

        vlog('# Test',

        ret, out = self._run(replacements, env)
        self._finished = True
        self._ret = ret
        self._out = out

        def describe(ret):
            if ret < 0:
                return 'killed by signal: %d' % -ret
            return 'returned error code %d' % ret

        self._skipped = False

        if ret == self.SKIPPED_STATUS:
            if out is None: # Debug mode, nothing to parse.
                missing = ['unknown']
                failed = None
                missing, failed = TTest.parsehghaveoutput(out)

            if not missing:
                missing = ['irrelevant']

            if failed:
      'hg have failed checking for %s' % failed[-1])
                self._skipped = True
                raise SkipTest(missing[-1])
        elif ret == 'timeout':
  'timed out')
        elif ret is False:
            raise WarnTest('no result code from test')
        elif out != self._refout:
            # Diff generation may rely on written .err file.
            if (ret != 0 or out != self._refout) and not self._skipped \
                and not self._debug:
                f = open(self.errpath, 'wb')
                for line in out:

            # The result object handles diff calculation for us.
            if self._result.addOutputMismatch(self, ret, out, self._refout):
                # change was accepted, skip failing

            if ret:
                msg = 'output changed and ' + describe(ret)
                msg = 'output changed'

        elif ret:

    def tearDown(self):
        """Tasks to perform after run()."""
        for entry in self._daemonpids:
        self._daemonpids = []

        if not self._keeptmpdir:
            shutil.rmtree(self._testtmp, True)
            shutil.rmtree(self._threadtmp, True)

        if (self._ret != 0 or self._out != self._refout) and not self._skipped \
            and not self._debug and self._out:
            f = open(self.errpath, 'wb')
            for line in self._out:

        vlog("# Ret was:", self._ret)

    def _run(self, replacements, env):
        # This should be implemented in child classes to run tests.
        raise SkipTest('unknown test type')

    def abort(self):
        """Terminate execution of this test."""
        self._aborted = True

    def _getreplacements(self):
        """Obtain a mapping of text replacements to apply to test output.

        Test output needs to be normalized so it can be compared to expected
        output. This function defines how some of that normalization will
        r = [
            (r':%s\b' % self._startport, ':$HGPORT'),
            (r':%s\b' % (self._startport + 1), ':$HGPORT1'),
            (r':%s\b' % (self._startport + 2), ':$HGPORT2'),

        if == 'nt':
                (''.join(c.isalpha() and '[%s%s]' % (c.lower(), c.upper()) or
                    c in '/\\' and r'[/\\]' or c.isdigit() and c or '\\' + c
                    for c in self._testtmp), '$TESTTMP'))
            r.append((re.escape(self._testtmp), '$TESTTMP'))

        return r

    def _getenv(self):
        """Obtain environment variables to use during test execution."""
        env = os.environ.copy()
        env['TESTTMP'] = self._testtmp
        env['HOME'] = self._testtmp
        env["HGPORT"] = str(self._startport)
        env["HGPORT1"] = str(self._startport + 1)
        env["HGPORT2"] = str(self._startport + 2)
        env["HGRCPATH"] = os.path.join(self._threadtmp, '.hgrc')
        env["DAEMON_PIDS"] = os.path.join(self._threadtmp, 'daemon.pids')
        env["HGEDITOR"] = sys.executable + ' -c "import sys; sys.exit(0)"'
        env["HGMERGE"] = "internal:merge"
        env["HGUSER"]   = "test"
        env["HGENCODING"] = "ascii"
        env["HGENCODINGMODE"] = "strict"

        # Reset some environment variables to well-known values so that
        # the tests produce repeatable output.
        env['LANG'] = env['LC_ALL'] = env['LANGUAGE'] = 'C'
        env['TZ'] = 'GMT'
        env["EMAIL"] = "Foo Bar <>"
        env['COLUMNS'] = '80'
        env['TERM'] = 'xterm'

        for k in ('HG HGPROF CDPATH GREP_OPTIONS http_proxy no_proxy ' +
            if k in env:
                del env[k]

        # unset env related to hooks
        for k in env.keys():
            if k.startswith('HG_'):
                del env[k]

        return env

    def _createhgrc(self, path):
        """Create an hgrc file for this test."""
        hgrc = open(path, 'w')
        hgrc.write('slash = True\n')
        hgrc.write('interactive = False\n')
        hgrc.write('backout = -d "0 0"\n')
        hgrc.write('commit = -d "0 0"\n')
        hgrc.write('shelve = --date "0 0"\n')
        hgrc.write('tag = -d "0 0"\n')
        for opt in self._extraconfigopts:
            section, key = opt.split('.', 1)
            assert '=' in key, ('extra config opt %s must '
                                'have an = for assignment' % opt)
            hgrc.write('[%s]\n%s\n' % (section, key))

    def fail(self, msg):
        # unittest differentiates between errored and failed.
        # Failed is denoted by AssertionError (by default at least).
        raise AssertionError(msg)

class PythonTest(Test):
    """A Python-based test."""

    def refpath(self):
        return os.path.join(self._testdir, '%s.out' %

    def _run(self, replacements, env):
        py3kswitch = self._py3kwarnings and ' -3' or ''
        cmd = '%s%s "%s"' % (PYTHON, py3kswitch, self.path)
        vlog("# Running", cmd)
        if == 'nt':
            replacements.append((r'\r\n', '\n'))
        result = run(cmd, self._testtmp, replacements, env,
                   debug=self._debug, timeout=self._timeout)
        if self._aborted:
            raise KeyboardInterrupt()

        return result

class TTest(Test):
    """A "t test" is a test backed by a .t file."""

    SKIPPED_PREFIX = 'skipped: '
    FAILED_PREFIX = 'hghave check failed: '
    NEEDESCAPE = re.compile(r'[\x00-\x08\x0b-\x1f\x7f-\xff]').search

    ESCAPESUB = re.compile(r'[\x00-\x08\x0b-\x1f\\\x7f-\xff]').sub
    ESCAPEMAP = dict((chr(i), r'\x%02x' % i) for i in range(256))
    ESCAPEMAP.update({'\\': '\\\\', '\r': r'\r'})

    def refpath(self):
        return os.path.join(self._testdir,

    def _run(self, replacements, env):
        f = open(self.path)
        lines = f.readlines()

        salt, script, after, expected = self._parsetest(lines)

        # Write out the generated script.
        fname = '' % self._testtmp
        f = open(fname, 'w')
        for l in script:

        cmd = '%s "%s"' % (self._shell, fname)
        vlog("# Running", cmd)

        exitcode, output = run(cmd, self._testtmp, replacements, env,
                               debug=self._debug, timeout=self._timeout)

        if self._aborted:
            raise KeyboardInterrupt()

        # Do not merge output if skipped. Return hghave message instead.
        # Similarly, with --debug, output is None.
        if exitcode == self.SKIPPED_STATUS or output is None:
            return exitcode, output

        return self._processoutput(exitcode, output, salt, after, expected)

    def _hghave(self, reqs):
        # TODO do something smarter when all other uses of hghave are gone.
        tdir = self._testdir.replace('\\', '/')
        proc = Popen4('%s -c "%s/hghave %s"' %
                      (self._shell, tdir, ' '.join(reqs)),
                      self._testtmp, 0)
        stdout, stderr = proc.communicate()
        ret = proc.wait()
        if wifexited(ret):
            ret = os.WEXITSTATUS(ret)
        if ret == 2:
            print stdout

        return ret == 0

    def _parsetest(self, lines):
        # We generate a shell script which outputs unique markers to line
        # up script results with our source. These markers include input
        # line number and the last return code.
        salt = "SALT" + str(time.time())
        def addsalt(line, inpython):
            if inpython:
                script.append('%s %d 0\n' % (salt, line))
                script.append('echo %s %s $?\n' % (salt, line))

        script = []

        # After we run the shell script, we re-unify the script output
        # with non-active parts of the source, with synchronization by our
        # SALT line number markers. The after table contains the non-active
        # components, ordered by line number.
        after = {}

        # Expected shell script output.
        expected = {}

        pos = prepos = -1

        # True or False when in a true or false conditional section
        skipping = None

        # We keep track of whether or not we're in a Python block so we
        # can generate the surrounding doctest magic.
        inpython = False

        if self._debug:
            script.append('set -x\n')
        if os.getenv('MSYSTEM'):
            script.append('alias pwd="pwd -W"\n')

        for n, l in enumerate(lines):
            if not l.endswith('\n'):
                l += '\n'
            if l.startswith('#if'):
                lsplit = l.split()
                if len(lsplit) < 2 or lsplit[0] != '#if':
                    after.setdefault(pos, []).append('  !!! invalid #if\n')
                if skipping is not None:
                    after.setdefault(pos, []).append('  !!! nested #if\n')
                skipping = not self._hghave(lsplit[1:])
                after.setdefault(pos, []).append(l)
            elif l.startswith('#else'):
                if skipping is None:
                    after.setdefault(pos, []).append('  !!! missing #if\n')
                skipping = not skipping
                after.setdefault(pos, []).append(l)
            elif l.startswith('#endif'):
                if skipping is None:
                    after.setdefault(pos, []).append('  !!! missing #if\n')
                skipping = None
                after.setdefault(pos, []).append(l)
            elif skipping:
                after.setdefault(pos, []).append(l)
            elif l.startswith('  >>> '): # python inlines
                after.setdefault(pos, []).append(l)
                prepos = pos
                pos = n
                if not inpython:
                    # We've just entered a Python block. Add the header.
                    inpython = True
                    addsalt(prepos, False) # Make sure we report the exit code.
                    script.append('%s -m heredoctest <<EOF\n' % PYTHON)
                addsalt(n, True)
            elif l.startswith('  ... '): # python inlines
                after.setdefault(prepos, []).append(l)
            elif l.startswith('  $ '): # commands
                if inpython:
                    inpython = False
                after.setdefault(pos, []).append(l)
                prepos = pos
                pos = n
                addsalt(n, False)
                cmd = l[4:].split()
                if len(cmd) == 2 and cmd[0] == 'cd':
                    l = '  $ cd %s || exit 1\n' % cmd[1]
            elif l.startswith('  > '): # continuations
                after.setdefault(prepos, []).append(l)
            elif l.startswith('  '): # results
                # Queue up a list of expected results.
                expected.setdefault(pos, []).append(l[2:])
                if inpython:
                    inpython = False
                # Non-command/result. Queue up for merged output.
                after.setdefault(pos, []).append(l)

        if inpython:
        if skipping is not None:
            after.setdefault(pos, []).append('  !!! missing #endif\n')
        addsalt(n + 1, False)

        return salt, script, after, expected

    def _processoutput(self, exitcode, output, salt, after, expected):
        # Merge the script output back into a unified test.
        warnonly = 1 # 1: not yet; 2: yes; 3: for sure not
        if exitcode != 0:
            warnonly = 3

        pos = -1
        postout = []
        for l in output:
            lout, lcmd = l, None
            if salt in l:
                lout, lcmd = l.split(salt, 1)

            if lout:
                if not lout.endswith('\n'):
                    lout += ' (no-eol)\n'

                # Find the expected output at the current position.
                el = None
                if expected.get(pos, None):
                    el = expected[pos].pop(0)

                r = TTest.linematch(el, lout)
                if isinstance(r, str):
                    if r == '+glob':
                        lout = el[:-1] + ' (glob)\n'
                        r = '' # Warn only this line.
                    elif r == '-glob':
                        lout = ''.join(el.rsplit(' (glob)', 1))
                        r = '' # Warn only this line.
                        log('\ninfo, unknown linematch result: %r\n' % r)
                        r = False
                if r:
                    postout.append('  ' + el)
                    if self.NEEDESCAPE(lout):
                        lout = TTest._stringescape('%s (esc)\n' %
                    postout.append('  ' + lout) # Let diff deal with it.
                    if r != '': # If line failed.
                        warnonly = 3 # for sure not
                    elif warnonly == 1: # Is "not yet" and line is warn only.
                        warnonly = 2 # Yes do warn.

            if lcmd:
                # Add on last return code.
                ret = int(lcmd.split()[1])
                if ret != 0:
                    postout.append('  [%s]\n' % ret)
                if pos in after:
                    # Merge in non-active test bits.
                    postout += after.pop(pos)
                pos = int(lcmd.split()[0])

        if pos in after:
            postout += after.pop(pos)

        if warnonly == 2:
            exitcode = False # Set exitcode to warned.

        return exitcode, postout

    def rematch(el, l):
            # use \Z to ensure that the regex matches to the end of the string
            if == 'nt':
                return re.match(el + r'\r?\n\Z', l)
            return re.match(el + r'\n\Z', l)
        except re.error:
            # el is an invalid regex
            return False

    def globmatch(el, l):
        # The only supported special characters are * and ? plus / which also
        # matches \ on windows. Escaping of these characters is supported.
        if el + '\n' == l:
            if os.altsep:
                # matching on "/" is not needed for this line
                return '-glob'
            return True
        i, n = 0, len(el)
        res = ''
        while i < n:
            c = el[i]
            i += 1
            if c == '\\' and el[i] in '*?\\/':
                res += el[i - 1:i + 1]
                i += 1
            elif c == '*':
                res += '.*'
            elif c == '?':
                res += '.'
            elif c == '/' and os.altsep:
                res += '[/\\\\]'
                res += re.escape(c)
        return TTest.rematch(res, l)

    def linematch(el, l):
        if el == l: # perfect match (fast)
            return True
        if el:
            if el.endswith(" (esc)\n"):
                el = el[:-7].decode('string-escape') + '\n'
            if el == l or == 'nt' and el[:-1] + '\r\n' == l:
                return True
            if el.endswith(" (re)\n"):
                return TTest.rematch(el[:-6], l)
            if el.endswith(" (glob)\n"):
                return TTest.globmatch(el[:-8], l)
            if os.altsep and l.replace('\\', '/') == el:
                return '+glob'
        return False

    def parsehghaveoutput(lines):
        '''Parse hghave log lines.

        Return tuple of lists (missing, failed):
          * the missing/unknown features
          * the features for which existence check failed'''
        missing = []
        failed = []
        for line in lines:
            if line.startswith(TTest.SKIPPED_PREFIX):
                line = line.splitlines()[0]
            elif line.startswith(TTest.FAILED_PREFIX):
                line = line.splitlines()[0]

        return missing, failed

    def _escapef(m):
        return TTest.ESCAPEMAP[]

    def _stringescape(s):
        return TTest.ESCAPESUB(TTest._escapef, s)

wifexited = getattr(os, "WIFEXITED", lambda x: False)
def run(cmd, wd, replacements, env, debug=False, timeout=None):
    """Run command in a sub-process, capturing the output (stdout and stderr).
    Return a tuple (exitcode, output).  output is None in debug mode."""
    if debug:
        proc = subprocess.Popen(cmd, shell=True, cwd=wd, env=env)
        ret = proc.wait()
        return (ret, None)

    proc = Popen4(cmd, wd, timeout, env)
    def cleanup():
        ret = proc.wait()
        if ret == 0:
            ret = signal.SIGTERM << 8
        return ret

    output = ''

        output =
    except KeyboardInterrupt:
        vlog('# Handling keyboard interrupt')

    ret = proc.wait()
    if wifexited(ret):
        ret = os.WEXITSTATUS(ret)

    if proc.timeout:
        ret = 'timeout'

    if ret:

    for s, r in replacements:
        output = re.sub(s, r, output)
    return ret, output.splitlines(True)

iolock = threading.Lock()

class SkipTest(Exception):
    """Raised to indicate that a test is to be skipped."""

class IgnoreTest(Exception):
    """Raised to indicate that a test is to be ignored."""

class WarnTest(Exception):
    """Raised to indicate that a test warned."""

class TestResult(unittest._TextTestResult):
    """Holds results when executing via unittest."""
    # Don't worry too much about accessing the non-public _TextTestResult.
    # It is relatively common in Python testing tools.
    def __init__(self, options, *args, **kwargs):
        super(TestResult, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)

        self._options = options

        # unittest.TestResult didn't have skipped until 2.7. We need to
        # polyfill it.
        self.skipped = []

        # We have a custom "ignored" result that isn't present in any Python
        # unittest implementation. It is very similar to skipped. It may make
        # sense to map it into skip some day.
        self.ignored = []

        # We have a custom "warned" result that isn't present in any Python
        # unittest implementation. It is very similar to failed. It may make
        # sense to map it into fail some day.
        self.warned = []

        self.times = []
        self._started = {}

    def addFailure(self, test, reason):
        self.failures.append((test, reason))

        if self._options.first:
            if not self._options.nodiff:
      '\nERROR: %s output changed\n' % test)


    def addError(self, *args, **kwargs):
        super(TestResult, self).addError(*args, **kwargs)

        if self._options.first:

    # Polyfill.
    def addSkip(self, test, reason):
        self.skipped.append((test, reason))

        if self.showAll:
  'skipped %s' % reason)

    def addIgnore(self, test, reason):
        self.ignored.append((test, reason))

        if self.showAll:
  'ignored %s' % reason)
            if reason != 'not retesting':

    def addWarn(self, test, reason):
        self.warned.append((test, reason))

        if self._options.first:

        if self.showAll:
  'warned %s' % reason)

    def addOutputMismatch(self, test, ret, got, expected):
        """Record a mismatch in test output for a particular test."""

        accepted = False

        if self._options.nodiff:
        elif self._options.view:
            os.system("%s %s %s" % (self._view, test.refpath, test.errpath))
            failed, lines = getdiff(expected, got,
                                    test.refpath, test.errpath)
            if failed:
                self.addFailure(test, 'diff generation failed')
                for line in lines:

            # handle interactive prompt without releasing iolock
            if self._options.interactive:
      'Accept this change? [n] ')
                answer = sys.stdin.readline().strip()
                if answer.lower() in ('y', 'yes'):
                        rename(test.errpath, test.path)
                        rename(test.errpath, '%s.out' % test.path)
                    accepted = True


        return accepted

    def startTest(self, test):
        super(TestResult, self).startTest(test)

        self._started[] = time.time()

    def stopTest(self, test, interrupted=False):
        super(TestResult, self).stopTest(test)

        self.times.append((, time.time() - self._started[]))
        del self._started[]

        if interrupted:
  'INTERRUPTED: %s (after %d seconds)' % (
      , self.times[-1][1]))

class TestSuite(unittest.TestSuite):
    """Custom unitest TestSuite that knows how to execute Mercurial tests."""

    def __init__(self, testdir, jobs=1, whitelist=None, blacklist=None,
                 retest=False, keywords=None, loop=False,
                 *args, **kwargs):
        """Create a new instance that can run tests with a configuration.

        testdir specifies the directory where tests are executed from. This
        is typically the ``tests`` directory from Mercurial's source

        jobs specifies the number of jobs to run concurrently. Each test
        executes on its own thread. Tests actually spawn new processes, so
        state mutation should not be an issue.

        whitelist and blacklist denote tests that have been whitelisted and
        blacklisted, respectively. These arguments don't belong in TestSuite.
        Instead, whitelist and blacklist should be handled by the thing that
        populates the TestSuite with tests. They are present to preserve
        backwards compatible behavior which reports skipped tests as part
        of the results.

        retest denotes whether to retest failed tests. This arguably belongs
        outside of TestSuite.

        keywords denotes key words that will be used to filter which tests
        to execute. This arguably belongs outside of TestSuite.

        loop denotes whether to loop over tests forever.
        super(TestSuite, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)

        self._jobs = jobs
        self._whitelist = whitelist
        self._blacklist = blacklist
        self._retest = retest
        self._keywords = keywords
        self._loop = loop

    def run(self, result):
        # We have a number of filters that need to be applied. We do this
        # here instead of inside Test because it makes the running logic for
        # Test simpler.
        tests = []
        for test in self._tests:
            if not os.path.exists(test.path):
                result.addSkip(test, "Doesn't exist")

            if not (self._whitelist and in self._whitelist):
                if self._blacklist and in self._blacklist:
                    result.addSkip(test, 'blacklisted')

                if self._retest and not os.path.exists(test.errpath):
                    result.addIgnore(test, 'not retesting')

                if self._keywords:
                    f = open(test.path)
                    t = +
                    ignored = False
                    for k in self._keywords.lower().split():
                        if k not in t:
                            result.addIgnore(test, "doesn't match keyword")
                            ignored = True

                    if ignored:


        runtests = list(tests)
        done = queue.Queue()
        running = 0

        def job(test, result):
            except KeyboardInterrupt:
            except: # re-raises
                done.put(('!', test, 'run-test raised an error, see traceback'))

            while tests or running:
                if not done.empty() or running == self._jobs or not tests:
                        done.get(True, 1)
                        if result and result.shouldStop:
                    except queue.Empty:
                    running -= 1
                if tests and not running == self._jobs:
                    test = tests.pop(0)
                    if self._loop:
                    t = threading.Thread(target=job,,
                                         args=(test, result))
                    running += 1
        except KeyboardInterrupt:
            for test in runtests:

        return result

class TextTestRunner(unittest.TextTestRunner):
    """Custom unittest test runner that uses appropriate settings."""

    def __init__(self, runner, *args, **kwargs):
        super(TextTestRunner, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)

        self._runner = runner

    def run(self, test):
        result = TestResult(self._runner.options,,
                            self.descriptions, self.verbosity)


        failed = len(result.failures)
        warned = len(result.warned)
        skipped = len(result.skipped)
        ignored = len(result.ignored)'')

        if not self._runner.options.noskips:
            for test, msg in result.skipped:
      'Skipped %s: %s' % (, msg))
        for test, msg in result.warned:
  'Warned %s: %s' % (, msg))
        for test, msg in result.failures:
  'Failed %s: %s' % (, msg))
        for test, msg in result.errors:
  'Errored %s: %s' % (, msg))


        # When '--retest' is enabled, only failure tests run. At this point
        # "result.testsRun" holds the count of failure test that has run. But
        # as while printing output, we have subtracted the skipped and ignored
        # count from "result.testsRun". Therefore, to make the count remain
        # the same, we need to add skipped and ignored count in here.
        if self._runner.options.retest:
            result.testsRun = result.testsRun + skipped + ignored

        # This differs from unittest's default output in that we don't count
        # skipped and ignored tests as part of the total test count.'# Ran %d tests, %d skipped, %d warned, %d failed.'
            % (result.testsRun - skipped - ignored,
               skipped + ignored, warned, failed))
        if failed:
  'python hash seed: %s' %
        if self._runner.options.time:

        return result

    def printtimes(self, times):'# Producing time report')
        times.sort(key=lambda t: (t[1], t[0]), reverse=True)
        cols = '%7.3f   %s''%-7s   %s' % ('Time', 'Test'))
        for test, timetaken in times:
   % (timetaken, test))

class TestRunner(object):
    """Holds context for executing tests.

    Tests rely on a lot of state. This object holds it for them.

    # Programs required to run tests.

    # Maps file extensions to test class.
        ('.py', PythonTest),
        ('.t', TTest),

    def __init__(self):
        self.options = None
        self._testdir = None
        self._hgtmp = None
        self._installdir = None
        self._bindir = None
        self._tmpbinddir = None
        self._pythondir = None
        self._coveragefile = None
        self._createdfiles = []
        self._hgpath = None

    def run(self, args, parser=None):
        """Run the test suite."""
        oldmask = os.umask(022)
            parser = parser or getparser()
            options, args = parseargs(args, parser)
            self.options = options

            tests = self.findtests(args)
            return self._run(tests)

    def _run(self, tests):
        if self.options.random:
            # keywords for slow tests
            slow = 'svn gendoc check-code-hg'.split()
            def sortkey(f):
                # run largest tests first, as they tend to take the longest
                    val = -os.stat(f).st_size
                except OSError, e:
                    if e.errno != errno.ENOENT:
                    return -1e9 # file does not exist, tell early
                for kw in slow:
                    if kw in f:
                        val *= 10
                return val

        self._testdir = os.environ['TESTDIR'] = os.getcwd()

        if 'PYTHONHASHSEED' not in os.environ:
            # use a random python hash seed all the time
            # we do the randomness ourself to know what seed is used
            os.environ['PYTHONHASHSEED'] = str(random.getrandbits(32))

        if self.options.tmpdir:
            self.options.keep_tmpdir = True
            tmpdir = self.options.tmpdir
            if os.path.exists(tmpdir):
                # Meaning of tmpdir has changed since 1.3: we used to create
                # HGTMP inside tmpdir; now HGTMP is tmpdir.  So fail if
                # tmpdir already exists.
                print "error: temp dir %r already exists" % tmpdir
                return 1

                # Automatically removing tmpdir sounds convenient, but could
                # really annoy anyone in the habit of using "--tmpdir=/tmp"
                # or "--tmpdir=$HOME".
                #vlog("# Removing temp dir", tmpdir)
            d = None
            if == 'nt':
                # without this, we get the default temp dir location, but
                # in all lowercase, which causes troubles with paths (issue3490)
                d = os.getenv('TMP')
            tmpdir = tempfile.mkdtemp('', 'hgtests.', d)
        self._hgtmp = os.environ['HGTMP'] = os.path.realpath(tmpdir)

        if self.options.with_hg:
            self._installdir = None
            self._bindir = os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(
            self._tmpbindir = os.path.join(self._hgtmp, 'install', 'bin')

            # This looks redundant with how Python initializes sys.path from
            # the location of the script being executed.  Needed because the
            # "hg" specified by --with-hg is not the only Python script
            # executed in the test suite that needs to import 'mercurial'
            # ... which means it's not really redundant at all.
            self._pythondir = self._bindir
            self._installdir = os.path.join(self._hgtmp, "install")
            self._bindir = os.environ["BINDIR"] = \
                os.path.join(self._installdir, "bin")
            self._tmpbindir = self._bindir
            self._pythondir = os.path.join(self._installdir, "lib", "python")

        os.environ["BINDIR"] = self._bindir
        os.environ["PYTHON"] = PYTHON

        path = [self._bindir] + os.environ["PATH"].split(os.pathsep)
        if self._tmpbindir != self._bindir:
            path = [self._tmpbindir] + path
        os.environ["PATH"] = os.pathsep.join(path)

        # Include TESTDIR in PYTHONPATH so that out-of-tree extensions
        # can run .../tests/ test-foo where test-foo
        # adds an extension to HGRC. Also include directory to
        # import modules like heredoctest.
        pypath = [self._pythondir, self._testdir,
        # We have to augment PYTHONPATH, rather than simply replacing
        # it, in case external libraries are only available via current
        # PYTHONPATH.  (In particular, the Subversion bindings on OS X
        # are in /opt/subversion.)
        oldpypath = os.environ.get(IMPL_PATH)
        if oldpypath:
        os.environ[IMPL_PATH] = os.pathsep.join(pypath)

        self._coveragefile = os.path.join(self._testdir, '.coverage')

        vlog("# Using TESTDIR", self._testdir)
        vlog("# Using HGTMP", self._hgtmp)
        vlog("# Using PATH", os.environ["PATH"])
        vlog("# Using", IMPL_PATH, os.environ[IMPL_PATH])

            return self._runtests(tests) or 0

    def findtests(self, args):
        """Finds possible test files from arguments.

        If you wish to inject custom tests into the test harness, this would
        be a good function to monkeypatch or override in a derived class.
        if not args:
            if self.options.changed:
                proc = Popen4('hg st --rev "%s" -man0 .' %
                              self.options.changed, None, 0)
                stdout, stderr = proc.communicate()
                args = stdout.strip('\0').split('\0')
                args = os.listdir('.')

        return [t for t in args
                if os.path.basename(t).startswith('test-')
                    and (t.endswith('.py') or t.endswith('.t'))]

    def _runtests(self, tests):
            if self._installdir:

            if self.options.restart:
                orig = list(tests)
                while tests:
                    if os.path.exists(tests[0] + ".err"):
                if not tests:
                    print "running all tests"
                    tests = orig

            tests = [self._gettest(t, i) for i, t in enumerate(tests)]

            failed = False
            warned = False

            suite = TestSuite(self._testdir,
            verbosity = 1
            if self.options.verbose:
                verbosity = 2
            runner = TextTestRunner(self, verbosity=verbosity)
            result =

            if result.failures:
                failed = True
            if result.warned:
                warned = True

            if self.options.anycoverage:
        except KeyboardInterrupt:
            failed = True
            print "\ninterrupted!"

        if failed:
            return 1
        if warned:
            return 80

    def _gettest(self, test, count):
        """Obtain a Test by looking at its filename.

        Returns a Test instance. The Test may not be runnable if it doesn't
        map to a known type.
        lctest = test.lower()
        testcls = Test

        for ext, cls in self.TESTTYPES:
            if lctest.endswith(ext):
                testcls = cls

        refpath = os.path.join(self._testdir, test)
        tmpdir = os.path.join(self._hgtmp, 'child%d' % count)

        return testcls(refpath, tmpdir,
                       startport=self.options.port + count * 3,

    def _cleanup(self):
        """Clean up state from this test invocation."""

        if self.options.keep_tmpdir:

        vlog("# Cleaning up HGTMP", self._hgtmp)
        shutil.rmtree(self._hgtmp, True)
        for f in self._createdfiles:
            except OSError:

    def _usecorrectpython(self):
        """Configure the environment to use the appropriate Python in tests."""
        # Tests must use the same interpreter as us or bad things will happen.
        pyexename = sys.platform == 'win32' and 'python.exe' or 'python'
        if getattr(os, 'symlink', None):
            vlog("# Making python executable in test path a symlink to '%s'" %
            mypython = os.path.join(self._tmpbindir, pyexename)
                if os.readlink(mypython) == sys.executable:
            except OSError, err:
                if err.errno != errno.ENOENT:
            if self._findprogram(pyexename) != sys.executable:
                    os.symlink(sys.executable, mypython)
                except OSError, err:
                    # child processes may race, which is harmless
                    if err.errno != errno.EEXIST:
            exedir, exename = os.path.split(sys.executable)
            vlog("# Modifying search path to find %s as %s in '%s'" %
                 (exename, pyexename, exedir))
            path = os.environ['PATH'].split(os.pathsep)
            while exedir in path:
            os.environ['PATH'] = os.pathsep.join([exedir] + path)
            if not self._findprogram(pyexename):
                print "WARNING: Cannot find %s in search path" % pyexename

    def _installhg(self):
        """Install hg into the test environment.

        This will also configure hg with the appropriate testing settings.
        vlog("# Performing temporary installation of HG")
        installerrs = os.path.join("tests", "install.err")
        compiler = ''
        if self.options.compiler:
            compiler = '--compiler ' + self.options.compiler
        pure = self.options.pure and "--pure" or ""
        py3 = ''
        if sys.version_info[0] == 3:
            py3 = '--c2to3'

        # Run installer in hg root
        script = os.path.realpath(sys.argv[0])
        hgroot = os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(script))
        nohome = '--home=""'
        if == 'nt':
            # The --home="" trick works only on OS where os.sep == '/'
            # because of a distutils convert_path() fast-path. Avoid it at
            # least on Windows for now, deal with .pydistutils.cfg bugs
            # when they happen.
            nohome = ''
        cmd = ('%(exe)s %(py3)s %(pure)s clean --all'
               ' build %(compiler)s --build-base="%(base)s"'
               ' install --force --prefix="%(prefix)s"'
               ' --install-lib="%(libdir)s"'
               ' --install-scripts="%(bindir)s" %(nohome)s >%(logfile)s 2>&1'
               % {'exe': sys.executable, 'py3': py3, 'pure': pure,
                  'compiler': compiler,
                  'base': os.path.join(self._hgtmp, "build"),
                  'prefix': self._installdir, 'libdir': self._pythondir,
                  'bindir': self._bindir,
                  'nohome': nohome, 'logfile': installerrs})
        vlog("# Running", cmd)
        if os.system(cmd) == 0:
            if not self.options.verbose:
            f = open(installerrs)
            for line in f:
                print line,


        if self.options.py3k_warnings and not self.options.anycoverage:
            vlog("# Updating hg command to enable Py3k Warnings switch")
            f = open(os.path.join(self._bindir, 'hg'), 'r')
            lines = [line.rstrip() for line in f]
            lines[0] += ' -3'
            f = open(os.path.join(self._bindir, 'hg'), 'w')
            for line in lines:
                f.write(line + '\n')

        hgbat = os.path.join(self._bindir, 'hg.bat')
        if os.path.isfile(hgbat):
            # hg.bat expects to be put in bin/scripts while
            # installation layout put it in bin/ directly. Fix it
            f = open(hgbat, 'rb')
            data =
            if '"%~dp0..\python" "%~dp0hg" %*' in data:
                data = data.replace('"%~dp0..\python" "%~dp0hg" %*',
                                    '"%~dp0python" "%~dp0hg" %*')
                f = open(hgbat, 'wb')
                print 'WARNING: cannot fix hg.bat reference to python.exe'

        if self.options.anycoverage:
            custom = os.path.join(self._testdir, '')
            target = os.path.join(self._pythondir, '')
            vlog('# Installing coverage trigger to %s' % target)
            shutil.copyfile(custom, target)
            rc = os.path.join(self._testdir, '.coveragerc')
            vlog('# Installing coverage rc to %s' % rc)
            os.environ['COVERAGE_PROCESS_START'] = rc
            fn = os.path.join(self._installdir, '..', '.coverage')
            os.environ['COVERAGE_FILE'] = fn

    def _checkhglib(self, verb):
        """Ensure that the 'mercurial' package imported by python is
        the one we expect it to be.  If not, print a warning to stderr."""
        if ((self._bindir == self._pythondir) and
            (self._bindir != self._tmpbindir)):
            # The pythondir has been infered from --with-hg flag.
            # We cannot expect anything sensible here
        expecthg = os.path.join(self._pythondir, 'mercurial')
        actualhg = self._gethgpath()
        if os.path.abspath(actualhg) != os.path.abspath(expecthg):
            sys.stderr.write('warning: %s with unexpected mercurial lib: %s\n'
                             '         (expected %s)\n'
                             % (verb, actualhg, expecthg))
    def _gethgpath(self):
        """Return the path to the mercurial package that is actually found by
        the current Python interpreter."""
        if self._hgpath is not None:
            return self._hgpath

        cmd = '%s -c "import mercurial; print (mercurial.__path__[0])"'
        pipe = os.popen(cmd % PYTHON)
            self._hgpath =

        return self._hgpath

    def _outputcoverage(self):
        """Produce code coverage output."""
        vlog('# Producing coverage report')

        def covrun(*args):
            cmd = 'coverage %s' % ' '.join(args)
            vlog('# Running: %s' % cmd)

        omit = ','.join(os.path.join(x, '*') for x in
                        [self._bindir, self._testdir])
        covrun('-i', '-r', '"--omit=%s"' % omit) # report
        if self.options.htmlcov:
            htmldir = os.path.join(self._testdir, 'htmlcov')
            covrun('-i', '-b', '"--directory=%s"' % htmldir,
                   '"--omit=%s"' % omit)
        if self.options.annotate:
            adir = os.path.join(self._testdir, 'annotated')
            if not os.path.isdir(adir):
            covrun('-i', '-a', '"--directory=%s"' % adir, '"--omit=%s"' % omit)

    def _findprogram(self, program):
        """Search PATH for a executable program"""
        for p in os.environ.get('PATH', os.defpath).split(os.pathsep):
            name = os.path.join(p, program)
            if == 'nt' or os.access(name, os.X_OK):
                return name
        return None

    def _checktools(self):
        """Ensure tools required to run tests are present."""
        for p in self.REQUIREDTOOLS:
            if == 'nt' and not p.endswith('.exe'):
                p += '.exe'
            found = self._findprogram(p)
            if found:
                vlog("# Found prerequisite", p, "at", found)
                print "WARNING: Did not find prerequisite tool: %s " % p

if __name__ == '__main__':
    runner = TestRunner()