tools/test-harness/xpcshell-simple/test_one.sh
author benjamin@smedbergs.us
Fri, 03 Aug 2007 07:04:33 -0700
changeset 4233 3b69d08fefd1033153fe104dc38cda48b004251d
parent 2823 62b7e8063bd3c41bbdf5fba593ebbc5c9bcc8fa4
child 8129 f5654ffbbf45994e10142df8e575bf8253b45c8c
permissions -rwxr-xr-x
Bug 389872 - Install NSS headers to dist/include, r=luser and a=blocks approved bug 389673

#!/bin/sh
#
# vim:set ts=2 sw=2 sts=2 et:
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# allow core dumps
ulimit -c 20480 2> /dev/null

# Make assertions fatal
export XPCOM_DEBUG_BREAK=abort

exit_status=0

# Launch single tests by calling:
# make SOLO_FILE=(filename) -C (test directory) check-interactive
# js>_execute_test();
# js>quit();

##########################
# COMMAND-LINE ARGUMENTS #
##########################

# This provides the path to xpcshell.
xpcshell="$1"

# The directory containing Mozilla source code is specified as the first
# argument to this script, in a format usable by load() in xpcshell.  This
# enables do_import_script to work for any JS file in the source tree.
topsrcdir="$2"

# Tests which depend on files in the source directory will need a native path
# to actually access those files, or otherwise they must rely on hacks such as
# getting the current working/process directory and committing other atrocities.
# This argument is a native path to the top-level source directory, useful for
# tests which require access to files so that they can access them in a vaguely
# clean manner.
native_topsrcdir="$3"

# The sample Makefile for the xpcshell-simple harness adds the directory where
# the test_*.js files reside as an arg.  If no arg is specified, assume the
# current directory is where the *.js files live.
testdir="$4"
if [ "x$testdir" = "x" ]; then
    testdir=.
fi

# The actual JS test to run.
target_js="$5"

###############################
# SETUP FOR RUNNING THE TESTS #
###############################

# files matching the pattern head_*.js are treated like test setup files
# - they are run after head.js but before the test file
headfiles="-f $topsrcdir/tools/test-harness/xpcshell-simple/head.js"
for h in $testdir/unit/head_*.js
do
    if [ -f $h ]; then
	headfiles="$headfiles -f $h"
    fi
done

# files matching the pattern tail_*.js are treated like teardown files
# - they are run after tail.js
tailfiles="-f $topsrcdir/tools/test-harness/xpcshell-simple/tail.js"
#tailfiles="$tailfiles -f $topsrcdir/tools/test-harness/xpcshell-simple/execute_test.js"
for t in $testdir/unit/tail_*.js
do
    if [ -f $t ]; then
	tailfiles="$tailfiles -f $t"
    fi
done


############
# RUN TEST #
############

echo "NATIVE_TOPSRCDIR='$native_topsrcdir' TOPSRCDIR='$topsrcdir' $xpcshell -s $headfiles -f $testdir/unit/$target_js $tailfiles 2>&1"
echo -n "$target_js: "
NATIVE_TOPSRCDIR="$native_topsrcdir" TOPSRCDIR="$topsrcdir" $xpcshell -s $headfiles -f $testdir/unit/$target_js $tailfiles -i 2>&1
if [ `grep -c '\*\*\* PASS' $testdir/unit/$target_js.log` = 0 ]
then
    echo "FAIL"
    echo "$target_js.log:"
    echo ">>>>>>>"
    cat $testdir/unit/$target_js.log
    echo ""
    echo "<<<<<<<"
    exit_status=1
else
    echo "PASS"
fi

exit $exit_status