author Mark Banner <>
Fri, 24 Jul 2009 08:40:10 +0100
changeset 3125 63a765629dc88fab2c4d8de839b6d5cb7ffb0eec
parent 3060 8bcda0062daee7f017ef767823d9fa6a06df5643
child 3126 5f48e2b67685124bc8120b30d3e054fd806d44d1
permissions -rwxr-xr-x
Bug 500142 Create mozmill and mozmill-one make targets for build automation to use - add the initial targets. r=asuth,gozer

#!/usr/bin/env python
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Runs the Bloat test harness

import sys
import os
import shutil
import mozrunner
import jsbridge
import mozmill
import socket
import copy
SCRIPT_DIRECTORY = os.path.abspath(os.path.realpath(os.path.dirname(sys.argv[0])))
import automation
from time import sleep

# We need this because rmtree-ing read-only files fails on Windows
def rmtree_onerror(func, path, exc_info):
    Error handler for ``shutil.rmtree``.

    If the error is due to an access error (read only file)
    it attempts to add write permission and then retries.

    If the error is for another reason it re-raises the error.
    Usage : ``shutil.rmtree(path, onerror=rmtree_onerror)``
    import stat
    if not os.access(path, os.W_OK):
        # Is the error an access error ?
        os.chmod(path, stat.S_IWUSR)

class ThunderTestProfile(mozrunner.ThunderbirdProfile):
    preferences = {
        # say yes to debug output via dump
        'browser.dom.window.dump.enabled': True,
        # say no to slow script warnings
        'dom.max_chrome_script_run_time': 200,
        'dom.max_script_run_time': 0,
        # disable extension stuffs
        'extensions.update.enabled'    : False,
        'extensions.update.notifyUser' : False,
        # do not ask about being the default mail client
        '': False,
        # disable non-gloda indexing daemons
        'mail.winsearch.enable': False,
        'mail.winsearch.firstRunDone': True,
        'mail.spotlight.enable': False,
        'mail.spotlight.firstRunDone': True,
        # disable address books for undisclosed reasons
        'ldap_2.servers.osx.position': 0,
        'ldap_2.servers.oe.position': 0,
        # disable the first use junk dialog
        'mailnews.ui.junk.firstuse': False,
        # other unknown voodoo
        # -- dummied up local accounts to stop the account wizard
        'mail.account.account1.server' :  "server1",
        'mail.account.account2.identities' :  "id1",
        'mail.account.account2.server' :  "server2",
        'mail.accountmanager.accounts' :  "account1,account2",
        'mail.accountmanager.defaultaccount' :  "account2",
        'mail.accountmanager.localfoldersserver' :  "server1",
        'mail.identity.id1.fullName' :  "Tinderbox",
        'mail.identity.id1.smtpServer' :  "smtp1",
        'mail.identity.id1.useremail' :  "",
        'mail.identity.id1.valid' :  True,
        'mail.root.none-rel' :  "[ProfD]Mail",
        'mail.root.pop3-rel' :  "[ProfD]Mail",
        '' :  "[ProfD]Mail/Local Folders",
        'mail.server.server1.hostname' :  "Local Folders",
        '' :  "Local Folders",
        'mail.server.server1.type' :  "none",
        'mail.server.server1.userName' :  "nobody",
        'mail.server.server2.check_new_mail' :  False,
        '' :  "[ProfD]Mail/tinderbox",
        'mail.server.server2.download_on_biff' :  True,
        'mail.server.server2.hostname' :  "tinderbox",
        'mail.server.server2.login_at_startup' :  False,
        '' :  "",
        'mail.server.server2.type' :  "pop3",
        'mail.server.server2.userName' :  "tinderbox",
        'mail.smtp.defaultserver' :  "smtp1",
        'mail.smtpserver.smtp1.hostname' :  "tinderbox",
        'mail.smtpserver.smtp1.username' :  "tinderbox",
        'mail.smtpservers' :  "smtp1",
        'mail.startup.enabledMailCheckOnce' :  True,
        'mailnews.start_page_override.mstone' :  "ignore",

    def __init__(self, default_profile=None, profile=None, create_new=True,
                 plugins=[], preferences={}):
        self.profile_dir = os.path.join(SCRIPT_DIRECTORY, 'mozmillprofile')

        mozrunner.Profile.__init__(self, default_profile, profile, create_new, plugins, preferences)

    def init_env(self):
        self.base_env = dict(os.environ)
        # note, we do NOT want to set NO_EM_RESTART or jsbridge wouldn't work
        # avoid dialogs on windows
        self.base_env['XPCOM_DEBUG_BREAK'] = 'stack'
        # do not reuse an existing instance
        self.base_env['MOZ_NO_REMOTE'] = '1'

    def _run(self, *args, **extraenv):
        env = self.base_env.copy()
        allArgs = [BINARY]
        proc = automation.Process(allArgs, env=env)
        status = proc.wait()

    def create_new_profile(self, default_profile):
        # create a clean directory
        if os.path.exists(self.profile_dir):
            shutil.rmtree(self.profile_dir, onerror=rmtree_onerror)

        # explicitly create a profile in that directory
        self._run('-CreateProfile', 'test ' + self.profile_dir)
        return self.profile_dir

    def cleanup(self):
        Do not cleanup at all.  The next iteration will cleanup for us, but
        until that time it's useful for debugging failures to leave everything

class ThunderTestRunner(mozrunner.ThunderbirdRunner):

    def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        self.profile = args[1]
        kwargs['env'] = self.profile.base_env
        mozrunner.Runner.__init__(self, *args, **kwargs)

    def find_binary(self):
        return self.profile.app_path

class ThunderTestCLI(mozmill.CLI):

    profile_class = ThunderTestProfile
    runner_class = ThunderTestRunner
    parser_options = copy.copy(mozmill.CLI.parser_options)
    parser_options[('-m', '--bloat-tests')] = {"default":None, "dest":"created_profile", "help":"Log file name."}

    def parse_and_get_runner(self):
        """Parses the command line arguments and returns a runner instance."""
        (options, args) = self.parser.parse_args()
        self.options = options
        self.args = args
        if self.options.plugins is None:
            plugins = []
            plugins = self.options.plugins.split(',')
        if self.options.test is not None:
            curdir = os.getcwd()
            localprofile = os.path.join(curdir, self.options.test ,"profile")
            if os.path.isfile(localprofile):
                profilefile = open(localprofile,"r")
                nameinfile = profilefile.readline()
                profilename = os.path.join(curdir, "profiles", nameinfile)
                workingprofile = os.path.join(curdir, "work_profile", nameinfile)
                if os.path.exists(workingprofile):
                shutil.copytree(profilename, workingprofile, False)
                crea_new = False
                def_profile = False
                def_profile = options.default_profile
                workingprofile = options.profile
                crea_new = options.create_new

        # We use a global as there appears to be no easy way of getting the
        # binary details into the profile without re-implementing what mozmill
        # gives us.
        global BINARY
        BINARY = self.options.binary
        print BINARY

        profile = self.get_profile(def_profile, 
                                   workingprofile, crea_new,
        runner = self.get_runner(binary=self.options.binary, 
        return runner

# override mozmill's default logging case, which I hate.
def logFailure(obj):
def logEndTest(obj):
#mozmill.LoggerListener.cases[''] = logFailure
mozmill.LoggerListener.cases['mozmill.endTest'] = logEndTest

def prettifyFilename(path):
    lslash = path.rfind('/')
    if lslash != -1:
        return path[lslash+1:]
        return path

def prettyPrintException(e):
    print '  EXCEPTION:', e.get('message', 'no message!')
    print '    at:', prettifyFilename(e.get('fileName', 'nonesuch')), 'line', e.get('lineNumber', 0)
    if 'stack' in e:
        for line in e['stack'].splitlines():
            if not line:
            if line[0] == "(":
                funcname = None
            elif line[0] == "@":
                # this is probably the root, don't care
                funcname = line[:line.find('@')]
            pathAndLine = line[line.rfind('@')+1:]
            rcolon = pathAndLine.rfind(':')
            if rcolon != -1:
                path = pathAndLine[:rcolon]
                line = pathAndLine[rcolon+1:]
                path = pathAndLine
                line = 0
            if funcname:
                print '      ', funcname, prettifyFilename(path), line
                print '           ', prettifyFilename(path), line

import pprint
def prettyPrintResults():
    for result in TEST_RESULTS:
        if len(result['fails']) == 0:
            print 'TEST-PASS | ', result['name']
            print 'TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | ', result['name']
        for failure in result['fails']:
            if 'exception' in failure:

import atexit

if __name__ == '__main__':