build/gen_test_packages_manifest.py
author Boris Zbarsky <bzbarsky@mit.edu>
Fri, 16 Mar 2018 11:26:06 -0400
changeset 462133 6af1f5ac596b4aa0a87f8a8151395c692eb81a58
parent 436572 6074db12d685655fe5692d59471b3c32cc967dc9
child 471833 74b75c80928d9d3b614c4004e7f3655245c73a4a
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1446097. Switch to "set" as the canonical nsGkAtoms name of the string "set", so it matches the actual tag name "set" in SVG. r=hsivonen,njn Most of the noise is from the fact that clang-format on parser/html/*.{h,cpp} reformatted all sorts of stuff. Not running it caused lots of format changes from the generator... I guess we changed the format rules since the last time this got run? MozReview-Commit-ID: IA2G87zUIKN

#!/usr/bin/python
#
# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
# file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.

import json

from argparse import ArgumentParser

ALL_HARNESSES = [
    'common',  # Harnesses without a specific package will look here.
    'mochitest',
    'reftest',
    'xpcshell',
    'cppunittest',
    'jittest',
    'mozbase',
    'web-platform',
    'talos',
    'awsy',
    'gtest',
]

PACKAGE_SPECIFIED_HARNESSES = [
    'cppunittest',
    'mochitest',
    'reftest',
    'xpcshell',
    'web-platform',
    'talos',
    'awsy',
]

# These packages are not present for every build configuration.
OPTIONAL_PACKAGES = [
    'gtest',
]


def parse_args():
    parser = ArgumentParser(
        description="Generate a test_packages.json file to tell automation which harnesses "
        "require which test packages.")
    parser.add_argument("--common", required=True,
                        action="store", dest="tests_common",
                        help="Name of the \"common\" archive, a package to be used by all "
                        "harnesses.")
    parser.add_argument("--jsshell", required=True,
                        action="store", dest="jsshell",
                        help="Name of the jsshell zip.")
    for harness in PACKAGE_SPECIFIED_HARNESSES:
        parser.add_argument("--%s" % harness, required=True,
                            action="store", dest=harness,
                            help="Name of the %s zip." % harness)
    for harness in OPTIONAL_PACKAGES:
        parser.add_argument("--%s" % harness, required=False,
                            action="store", dest=harness,
                            help="Name of the %s zip." % harness)
    parser.add_argument("--dest-file", required=True,
                        action="store", dest="destfile",
                        help="Path to the output file to be written.")
    return parser.parse_args()


def generate_package_data(args):
    # Generate a dictionary mapping test harness names (exactly as they're known to
    # mozharness and testsuite-targets.mk, ideally) to the set of archive names that
    # harness depends on to run.
    # mozharness will use this file to determine what test zips to download,
    # which will be an optimization once parts of the main zip are split to harness
    # specific zips.
    tests_common = args.tests_common
    jsshell = args.jsshell

    harness_requirements = dict([(k, [tests_common]) for k in ALL_HARNESSES])
    harness_requirements['jittest'].append(jsshell)
    for harness in PACKAGE_SPECIFIED_HARNESSES + OPTIONAL_PACKAGES:
        pkg_name = getattr(args, harness, None)
        if pkg_name is None:
            continue
        harness_requirements[harness].append(pkg_name)
    return harness_requirements


if __name__ == '__main__':
    args = parse_args()
    packages_data = generate_package_data(args)
    with open(args.destfile, 'w') as of:
        json.dump(packages_data, of, indent=4)