author Boris Zbarsky <bzbarsky@mit.edu>
Wed, 03 Jul 2019 07:52:35 +0000
changeset 543971 59c08b215af55370b0a8eef16528e99654ffa558
parent 543516 db9b8bf09e16cf4c09a01b7cfa3ebf43b38b2e33
child 545376 2e490776b07e35013ae07a47798a983f482ffaa3
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1562680. Implement the new syntax for Web IDL dictionary defaulting. r=peterv `= {}` can now be used to indicate that an optional dictionary should have the default value of 'default-initialized dictionary' Differential Revision: https://phabricator.services.mozilla.com/D36504

# 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/.

from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function, unicode_literals

import argparse
import json
import logging
import os
import sys
import subprocess

from mach.decorators import (

from mozbuild.base import (
    MachCommandConditions as conditions,
from moztest.resolve import TEST_SUITES

I was unable to find tests from the given argument(s).

You should specify a test directory, filename, test suite name, or
abbreviation. If no arguments are given, there must be local file
changes and corresponding IMPACTED_TESTS annotations in moz.build
files relevant to those files.

It's possible my little brain doesn't know about the type of test you are
trying to execute. If you suspect this, please request support by filing
a bug at

I know you are trying to run a %s%s test. Unfortunately, I can't run those
tests yet. Sorry!

Test or tests to run. Tests can be specified by filename, directory, suite
name or suite alias.

The following test suites and aliases are supported: %s
''' % ', '.join(sorted(TEST_SUITES))

class TestConfig(object):

    def config_settings(cls):
        from mozlog.commandline import log_formatters
        from mozlog.structuredlog import log_levels
        format_desc = "The default format to use when running tests with `mach test`."
        format_choices = log_formatters.keys()
        level_desc = "The default log level to use when running tests with `mach test`."
        level_choices = [l.lower() for l in log_levels]
        return [
            ('test.format', 'string', format_desc, 'mach', {'choices': format_choices}),
            ('test.level', 'string', level_desc, 'info', {'choices': level_choices}),

def get_test_parser():
    from mozlog.commandline import add_logging_group
    parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
    parser.add_argument('what', default=None, nargs='+', help=TEST_HELP)
    parser.add_argument('extra_args', default=None, nargs=argparse.REMAINDER,
                        help="Extra arguments to pass to the underlying test command(s). "
                             "If an underlying command doesn't recognize the argument, it "
                             "will fail.")
    return parser

ADD_TEST_SUPPORTED_SUITES = ['mochitest-chrome', 'mochitest-plain', 'mochitest-browser-chrome',
                             'web-platform-tests-testharness', 'web-platform-tests-reftest',
ADD_TEST_SUPPORTED_DOCS = ['js', 'html', 'xhtml', 'xul']

    "wpt": "web-platform-tests-testharness",
    "wpt-testharness": "web-platform-tests-testharness",
    "wpt-reftest": "web-platform-tests-reftest"

MISSING_ARG = object()

def create_parser_addtest():
    import addtest
    parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
                        choices=sorted(ADD_TEST_SUPPORTED_SUITES + SUITE_SYNONYMS.keys()),
                        help='suite for the test. '
                        'If you pass a `test` argument this will be determined '
                        'based on the filename and the folder it is in')
    parser.add_argument('-o', '--overwrite',
                        help='Overwrite an existing file if it exists.')
                        help='Document type for the test (if applicable).'
                        'If you pass a `test` argument this will be determined '
                        'based on the filename.')
    parser.add_argument("-e", "--editor", action="store", nargs="?",
                        default=MISSING_ARG, help="Open the created file(s) in an editor; if a "
                        "binary is supplied it will be used otherwise the default editor for "
                        "your environment will be opened")

    for base_suite in addtest.TEST_CREATORS:
        cls = addtest.TEST_CREATORS[base_suite]
        if hasattr(cls, "get_parser"):
            group = parser.add_argument_group(base_suite)

                        help=('Test to create.'))
    return parser

class AddTest(MachCommandBase):
    @Command('addtest', category='testing',
             description='Generate tests based on templates',
    def addtest(self, suite=None, test=None, doc=None, overwrite=False,
                editor=MISSING_ARG, **kwargs):
        import addtest

        if not suite and not test:
            return create_parser_addtest().parse_args(["--help"])

        if suite in SUITE_SYNONYMS:
            suite = SUITE_SYNONYMS[suite]

        if test:
            if not overwrite and os.path.isfile(os.path.abspath(test)):
                print("Error: can't generate a test that already exists:", test)
                return 1

            abs_test = os.path.abspath(test)
            if doc is None:
                doc = self.guess_doc(abs_test)
            if suite is None:
                guessed_suite, err = self.guess_suite(abs_test)
                if err:
                    return 1
                suite = guessed_suite

            test = None
            if doc is None:
                doc = "html"

        if not suite:
            print("We couldn't automatically determine a suite. "
                  "Please specify `--suite` with one of the following options:\n{}\n"
                  "If you'd like to add support to a new suite, please file a bug "
                  "blocking https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1540285."
            return 1

        if doc not in ADD_TEST_SUPPORTED_DOCS:
            print("Error: invalid `doc`. Either pass in a test with a valid extension"
                  "({}) or pass in the `doc` argument".format(ADD_TEST_SUPPORTED_DOCS))
            return 1

        creator_cls = addtest.creator_for_suite(suite)

        if creator_cls is None:
            print("Sorry, `addtest` doesn't currently know how to add {}".format(suite))
            return 1

        creator = creator_cls(self.topsrcdir, test, suite, doc, **kwargs)


        paths = []
        for path, template in creator:
            if (path):
                print("Adding a test file at {} (suite `{}`)".format(path, suite))

                except OSError:

                with open(path, "w") as f:
                # write to stdout if you passed only suite and doc and not a file path

        if test:

            # Small hack, should really do this better
            if suite.startswith("wpt-"):
                suite = "web-platform-tests"

            mach_command = TEST_SUITES[suite]["mach_command"]
            print('Please make sure to add the new test to your commit. '
                  'You can now run the test with:\n    ./mach {} {}'.format(mach_command, test))

        if editor is not MISSING_ARG:
            if editor is not None:
                editor = editor
            elif "VISUAL" in os.environ:
                editor = os.environ["VISUAL"]
            elif "EDITOR" in os.environ:
                editor = os.environ["EDITOR"]
                print('Unable to determine editor; please specify a binary')
                editor = None

            proc = None
            if editor:
                import subprocess
                proc = subprocess.Popen("%s %s" % (editor, " ".join(paths)), shell=True)

            if proc:

        return 0

    def guess_doc(self, abs_test):
        filename = os.path.basename(abs_test)
        return os.path.splitext(filename)[1].strip(".")

    def guess_suite(self, abs_test):
        # If you pass a abs_test, try to detect the type based on the name
        # and folder. This detection can be skipped if you pass the `type` arg.
        err = None
        guessed_suite = None
        parent = os.path.dirname(abs_test)
        filename = os.path.basename(abs_test)

        has_browser_ini = os.path.isfile(os.path.join(parent, "browser.ini"))
        has_chrome_ini = os.path.isfile(os.path.join(parent, "chrome.ini"))
        has_plain_ini = os.path.isfile(os.path.join(parent, "mochitest.ini"))
        has_xpcshell_ini = os.path.isfile(os.path.join(parent, "xpcshell.ini"))

        in_wpt_folder = abs_test.startswith(
            os.path.abspath(os.path.join("testing", "web-platform")))

        if in_wpt_folder:
            guessed_suite = "web-platform-tests-testharness"
            if "/css/" in abs_test:
                guessed_suite = "web-platform-tests-reftest"
        elif (filename.startswith("test_") and
              has_xpcshell_ini and
              self.guess_doc(abs_test) == "js"):
            guessed_suite = "xpcshell"
            if filename.startswith("browser_") and has_browser_ini:
                guessed_suite = "mochitest-browser-chrome"
            elif filename.startswith("test_"):
                if has_chrome_ini and has_plain_ini:
                    err = ("Error: directory contains both a chrome.ini and mochitest.ini. "
                           "Please set --suite=mochitest-chrome or --suite=mochitest-plain.")
                elif has_chrome_ini:
                    guessed_suite = "mochitest-chrome"
                elif has_plain_ini:
                    guessed_suite = "mochitest-plain"
        return guessed_suite, err

class Test(MachCommandBase):
    @Command('test', category='testing',
             description='Run tests (detects the kind of test and runs it).',
    def test(self, what, extra_args, **log_args):
        """Run tests from names or paths.

        mach test accepts arguments specifying which tests to run. Each argument
        can be:

        * The path to a test file
        * A directory containing tests
        * A test suite name
        * An alias to a test suite name (codes used on TreeHerder)

        If no input is provided, tests will be run based on files changed in
        the local tree. Relevant tests, tags, or flavors are determined by
        IMPACTED_TESTS annotations in moz.build files relevant to the
        changed files.

        When paths or directories are given, they are first resolved to test
        files known to the build system.

        If resolved tests belong to more than one test type/flavor/harness,
        the harness for each relevant type/flavor will be invoked. e.g. if
        you specify a directory with xpcshell and browser chrome mochitests,
        both harnesses will be invoked.
        from mozlog.commandline import setup_logging
        from mozlog.handlers import StreamHandler
        from moztest.resolve import get_suite_definition, TestResolver, TEST_SUITES

        resolver = self._spawn(TestResolver)
        run_suites, run_tests = resolver.resolve_metadata(what)

        if not run_suites and not run_tests:
            return 1

        # Create shared logger
        format_args = {'level': self._mach_context.settings['test']['level']}
        if not run_suites and len(run_tests) == 1:
            format_args['verbose'] = True
            format_args['compact'] = False

        default_format = self._mach_context.settings['test']['format']
        log = setup_logging('mach-test', log_args, {default_format: sys.stdout}, format_args)
        for handler in log.handlers:
            if isinstance(handler, StreamHandler):
                handler.formatter.inner.summary_on_shutdown = True

        status = None
        for suite_name in run_suites:
            suite = TEST_SUITES[suite_name]
            kwargs = suite['kwargs']
            kwargs['log'] = log

            if 'mach_command' in suite:
                res = self._mach_context.commands.dispatch(
                    suite['mach_command'], self._mach_context,
                    argv=extra_args, **kwargs)
                if res:
                    status = res

        buckets = {}
        for test in run_tests:
            key = (test['flavor'], test.get('subsuite', ''))
            buckets.setdefault(key, []).append(test)

        for (flavor, subsuite), tests in sorted(buckets.items()):
            _, m = get_suite_definition(flavor, subsuite)
            if 'mach_command' not in m:
                substr = '-{}'.format(subsuite) if subsuite else ''
                print(UNKNOWN_FLAVOR % (flavor, substr))
                status = 1

            kwargs = dict(m['kwargs'])
            kwargs['log'] = log

            res = self._mach_context.commands.dispatch(
                m['mach_command'], self._mach_context,
                argv=extra_args, test_objects=tests, **kwargs)
            if res:
                status = res

        return status

class MachCommands(MachCommandBase):
    @Command('cppunittest', category='testing',
             description='Run cpp unit tests (C++ tests).')
    @CommandArgument('--enable-webrender', action='store_true', default=False,
                     help='Enable the WebRender compositor in Gecko.')
    @CommandArgument('test_files', nargs='*', metavar='N',
                     help='Test to run. Can be specified as one or more files or '
                     'directories, or omitted. If omitted, the entire test suite is '
    def run_cppunit_test(self, **params):
        from mozlog import commandline

        log = params.get('log')
        if not log:
            log = commandline.setup_logging("cppunittest",
                                            {"tbpl": sys.stdout})

        # See if we have crash symbols
        symbols_path = os.path.join(self.distdir, 'crashreporter-symbols')
        if not os.path.isdir(symbols_path):
            symbols_path = None

        # If no tests specified, run all tests in main manifest
        tests = params['test_files']
        if len(tests) == 0:
            tests = [os.path.join(self.distdir, 'cppunittests')]
            manifest_path = os.path.join(
                self.topsrcdir, 'testing', 'cppunittest.ini')
            manifest_path = None

        utility_path = self.bindir

        if conditions.is_android(self):
            from mozrunner.devices.android_device import verify_android_device
            verify_android_device(self, install=False)
            return self.run_android_test(tests, symbols_path, manifest_path, log)

        return self.run_desktop_test(tests, symbols_path, manifest_path,
                                     utility_path, log)

    def run_desktop_test(self, tests, symbols_path, manifest_path,
                         utility_path, log):
        import runcppunittests as cppunittests
        from mozlog import commandline

        parser = cppunittests.CPPUnittestOptions()
        options, args = parser.parse_args()

        options.symbols_path = symbols_path
        options.manifest_path = manifest_path
        options.utility_path = utility_path
        options.xre_path = self.bindir

            result = cppunittests.run_test_harness(options, tests)
        except Exception as e:
            log.error("Caught exception running cpp unit tests: %s" % str(e))
            result = False

        return 0 if result else 1

    def run_android_test(self, tests, symbols_path, manifest_path, log):
        import remotecppunittests as remotecppunittests
        from mozlog import commandline

        parser = remotecppunittests.RemoteCPPUnittestOptions()
        options, args = parser.parse_args()

        if not options.adb_path:
            from mozrunner.devices.android_device import get_adb_path
            options.adb_path = get_adb_path(self)
        options.symbols_path = symbols_path
        options.manifest_path = manifest_path
        options.xre_path = self.bindir
        options.local_lib = self.bindir.replace('bin', 'fennec')
        for file in os.listdir(os.path.join(self.topobjdir, "dist")):
            if file.endswith(".apk") and file.startswith("fennec"):
                options.local_apk = os.path.join(self.topobjdir, "dist", file)
                log.info("using APK: " + options.local_apk)

            result = remotecppunittests.run_test_harness(options, tests)
        except Exception as e:
            log.error("Caught exception running cpp unit tests: %s" % str(e))
            result = False

        return 0 if result else 1

def executable_name(name):
    return name + '.exe' if sys.platform.startswith('win') else name

class CheckSpiderMonkeyCommand(MachCommandBase):
    @Command('jstests', category='testing',
             description='Run SpiderMonkey JS tests in the JavaScript shell.')
    @CommandArgument('--shell', help='The shell to be used')
    @CommandArgument('params', nargs=argparse.REMAINDER,
                     help="Extra arguments to pass down to the test harness.")
    def run_jstests(self, shell, params):
        import subprocess

        python = self.virtualenv_manager.python_path

        js = shell or os.path.join(self.bindir, executable_name('js'))
        jstest_cmd = [
            os.path.join(self.topsrcdir, 'js', 'src', 'tests', 'jstests.py'),
        ] + params
        return subprocess.call(jstest_cmd)

    @Command('check-spidermonkey', category='testing',
             description='Run SpiderMonkey tests (JavaScript engine).')
    @CommandArgument('--valgrind', action='store_true',
                     help='Run jit-test suite with valgrind flag')
    def run_checkspidermonkey(self, **params):
        import subprocess

        python = self.virtualenv_manager.python_path

        js = os.path.join(self.bindir, executable_name('js'))

        print('Running jit-tests')
        jittest_cmd = [
            os.path.join(self.topsrcdir, 'js', 'src',
                         'jit-test', 'jit_test.py'),
        if params['valgrind']:

        jittest_result = subprocess.call(jittest_cmd)

        print('running jstests')
        jstest_result = self.run_jstests(js, [])

        print('running jsapi-tests')
        jsapi_tests_cmd = [os.path.join(
            self.bindir, executable_name('jsapi-tests'))]
        jsapi_tests_result = subprocess.call(jsapi_tests_cmd)

        print('running check-js-msg-encoding')
        check_js_msg_cmd = [python, os.path.join(
            self.topsrcdir, 'config', 'check_js_msg_encoding.py')]
        check_js_msg_result = subprocess.call(
            check_js_msg_cmd, cwd=self.topsrcdir)

        all_passed = jittest_result and jstest_result and jsapi_tests_result and \

        return all_passed

def has_js_binary(binary):
    def has_binary(cls):
            name = binary + cls.substs['BIN_SUFFIX']
        except BuildEnvironmentNotFoundException:
            return False

        path = os.path.join(cls.topobjdir, 'dist', 'bin', name)

        has_binary.__doc__ = """
`{}` not found in <objdir>/dist/bin. Make sure you aren't using an artifact build
and try rebuilding with `ac_add_options --enable-js-shell`.

        return os.path.isfile(path)
    return has_binary

class JsapiTestsCommand(MachCommandBase):
    @Command('jsapi-tests', category='testing',
             description='Run jsapi tests (JavaScript engine).')
    @CommandArgument('test_name', nargs='?', metavar='N',
                     help='Test to run. Can be a prefix or omitted. If omitted, the entire '
                     'test suite is executed.')
    def run_jsapitests(self, **params):
        import subprocess

        print('running jsapi-tests')
        jsapi_tests_cmd = [os.path.join(
            self.bindir, executable_name('jsapi-tests'))]
        if params['test_name']:

        jsapi_tests_result = subprocess.call(jsapi_tests_cmd)

        return jsapi_tests_result

def get_jsshell_parser():
    from jsshell.benchmark import get_parser
    return get_parser()

class JsShellTests(MachCommandBase):
    @Command('jsshell-bench', category='testing',
             description="Run benchmarks in the SpiderMonkey JS shell.")
    def run_jsshelltests(self, **kwargs):
        from jsshell import benchmark
        return benchmark.run(**kwargs)

class CramTest(MachCommandBase):
    @Command('cramtest', category='testing',
             description="Mercurial style .t tests for command line applications.")
    @CommandArgument('test_paths', nargs='*', metavar='N',
                     help="Test paths to run. Each path can be a test file or directory. "
                          "If omitted, the entire suite will be run.")
    @CommandArgument('cram_args', nargs=argparse.REMAINDER,
                     help="Extra arguments to pass down to the cram binary. See "
                          "'./mach python -m cram -- -h' for a list of available options.")
    def cramtest(self, cram_args=None, test_paths=None, test_objects=None):
        import mozinfo
        from manifestparser import TestManifest

        if test_objects is None:
            from moztest.resolve import TestResolver
            resolver = self._spawn(TestResolver)
            if test_paths:
                # If we were given test paths, try to find tests matching them.
                test_objects = resolver.resolve_tests(paths=test_paths, flavor='cram')
                # Otherwise just run everything in CRAMTEST_MANIFESTS
                test_objects = resolver.resolve_tests(flavor='cram')

        if not test_objects:
            message = 'No tests were collected, check spelling of the test paths.'
            self.log(logging.WARN, 'cramtest', {}, message)
            return 1

        mp = TestManifest()
        tests = mp.active_tests(disabled=False, **mozinfo.info)

        python = self.virtualenv_manager.python_path
        cmd = [python, '-m', 'cram'] + cram_args + [t['relpath'] for t in tests]
        return subprocess.call(cmd, cwd=self.topsrcdir)

class TestInfoCommand(MachCommandBase):
    from datetime import date, timedelta

    @Command('test-info', category='testing',
             description='Display historical test result summary.')
    @CommandArgument('test_names', nargs=argparse.REMAINDER,
                     help='Test(s) of interest.')
                     help='Report for named branches '
                          '(default: mozilla-central,mozilla-inbound,autoland)')
                     default=(date.today() - timedelta(7)
                     help='Start date (YYYY-MM-DD)')
                     help='End date (YYYY-MM-DD)')
    @CommandArgument('--show-info', action='store_true',
                     help='Retrieve and display general test information.')
    @CommandArgument('--show-results', action='store_true',
                     help='Retrieve and display ActiveData test result summary.')
    @CommandArgument('--show-durations', action='store_true',
                     help='Retrieve and display ActiveData test duration summary.')
    @CommandArgument('--show-tasks', action='store_true',
                     help='Retrieve and display ActiveData test task names.')
    @CommandArgument('--show-bugs', action='store_true',
                     help='Retrieve and display related Bugzilla bugs.')
    @CommandArgument('--verbose', action='store_true',
                     help='Enable debug logging.')
    def test_info(self, **params):

        import which
        from mozbuild.base import MozbuildObject

        self.branches = params['branches']
        self.start = params['start']
        self.end = params['end']
        self.show_info = params['show_info']
        self.show_results = params['show_results']
        self.show_durations = params['show_durations']
        self.show_tasks = params['show_tasks']
        self.show_bugs = params['show_bugs']
        self.verbose = params['verbose']

        if (not self.show_info and
            not self.show_results and
            not self.show_durations and
            not self.show_tasks and
                not self.show_bugs):
            # by default, show everything
            self.show_info = True
            self.show_results = True
            self.show_durations = True
            self.show_tasks = True
            self.show_bugs = True

        here = os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(__file__))
        build_obj = MozbuildObject.from_environment(cwd=here)

        self._hg = None
        if conditions.is_hg(build_obj):
            if self._is_windows():
                self._hg = which.which('hg.exe')
                self._hg = which.which('hg')

        self._git = None
        if conditions.is_git(build_obj):
            if self._is_windows():
                self._git = which.which('git.exe')
                self._git = which.which('git')

        for test_name in params['test_names']:
            print("===== %s =====" % test_name)
            self.test_name = test_name
            if len(self.test_name) < 6:
                print("'%s' is too short for a test name!" % self.test_name)
            if self.show_results:
            if self.show_durations:
            if self.show_tasks:
            if self.show_bugs:

    def find_in_hg_or_git(self, test_name):
        if self._hg:
            cmd = [self._hg, 'files', '-I', test_name]
        elif self._git:
            cmd = [self._git, 'ls-files', test_name]
            return None
            out = subprocess.check_output(cmd).splitlines()
        except subprocess.CalledProcessError:
            out = None
        return out

    def set_test_name(self):
        # Generating a unified report for a specific test is complicated
        # by differences in the test name used in various data sources.
        # Consider:
        #   - It is often convenient to request a report based only on
        #     a short file name, rather than the full path;
        #   - Bugs may be filed in bugzilla against a simple, short test
        #     name or the full path to the test;
        #   - In ActiveData, the full path is usually used, but sometimes
        #     also includes additional path components outside of the
        #     mercurial repo (common for reftests).
        # This function attempts to find appropriate names for different
        # queries based on the specified test name.

        import posixpath
        import re

        # full_test_name is full path to file in hg (or git)
        self.full_test_name = None
        out = self.find_in_hg_or_git(self.test_name)
        if out and len(out) == 1:
            self.full_test_name = out[0]
        elif out and len(out) > 1:
            print("Ambiguous test name specified. Found:")
            for line in out:
            out = self.find_in_hg_or_git('**/%s*' % self.test_name)
            if out and len(out) == 1:
                self.full_test_name = out[0]
            elif out and len(out) > 1:
                print("Ambiguous test name. Found:")
                for line in out:
        if self.full_test_name:
            self.full_test_name.replace(os.sep, posixpath.sep)
            print("Found %s in source control." % self.full_test_name)
            print("Unable to validate test name '%s'!" % self.test_name)
            self.full_test_name = self.test_name

        # search for full_test_name in test manifests
        from moztest.resolve import TestResolver
        resolver = self._spawn(TestResolver)
        relpath = self._wrap_path_argument(self.full_test_name).relpath()
        tests = list(resolver.resolve_tests(paths=[relpath]))
        if len(tests) == 1:
            relpath = self._wrap_path_argument(tests[0]['manifest']).relpath()
            print("%s found in manifest %s" % (self.full_test_name, relpath))
            if tests[0].get('flavor'):
                print("  flavor: %s" % tests[0]['flavor'])
            if tests[0].get('skip-if'):
                print("  skip-if: %s" % tests[0]['skip-if'])
            if tests[0].get('fail-if'):
                print("  fail-if: %s" % tests[0]['fail-if'])
        elif len(tests) == 0:
            print("%s not found in any test manifest!" % self.full_test_name)
            print("%s found in more than one manifest!" % self.full_test_name)

        # short_name is full_test_name without path
        self.short_name = None
        name_idx = self.full_test_name.rfind('/')
        if name_idx > 0:
            self.short_name = self.full_test_name[name_idx + 1:]

        # robo_name is short_name without ".java" - for robocop
        self.robo_name = None
        if self.short_name:
            robo_idx = self.short_name.rfind('.java')
            if robo_idx > 0:
                self.robo_name = self.short_name[:robo_idx]
            if self.short_name == self.test_name:
                self.short_name = None

        if not (self.show_results or self.show_durations or self.show_tasks):
            # no need to determine ActiveData name if not querying

        # activedata_test_name is name in ActiveData
        self.activedata_test_name = None
        simple_names = [
        simple_names = [x for x in simple_names if x]
        searches = [
            {"in": {"result.test": simple_names}},
        regex_names = [".*%s.*" % re.escape(x) for x in simple_names if x]
        for r in regex_names:
            searches.append({"regexp": {"result.test": r}})
        query = {
            "from": "unittest",
            "format": "list",
            "limit": 10,
            "groupby": ["result.test"],
            "where": {"and": [
                {"or": searches},
                {"in": {"build.branch": self.branches.split(',')}},
                {"gt": {"run.timestamp": {"date": self.start}}},
                {"lt": {"run.timestamp": {"date": self.end}}}
        print("Querying ActiveData...")  # Following query can take a long time
        data = self.submit(query)
        if data and len(data) > 0:
            self.activedata_test_name = [
                for p in simple_names + regex_names
                for d in data
                if re.match(p + "$", d['result']['test'])
            ][0]  # first match is best match
        if self.activedata_test_name:
            print("Found records matching '%s' in ActiveData." %
            print("Unable to find matching records in ActiveData; using %s!" %
            self.activedata_test_name = self.test_name

    def get_platform(self, record):
        if 'platform' in record['build']:
            platform = record['build']['platform']
            platform = "-"
        tp = record['build']['type']
        if type(tp) is list:
            tp = "-".join(tp)
        if 'run' in record and 'type' in record['run'] and 'e10s' in str(record['run']['type']):
            e10s = "-e10s"
            e10s = ""
        return "%s/%s%s:" % (platform, tp, e10s)

    def submit(self, query):
        import requests
        import datetime
        if self.verbose:
        response = requests.post("http://activedata.allizom.org/query",
        if self.verbose:
        data = response.json()["data"]
        return data

    def report_test_results(self):
        # Report test pass/fail summary from ActiveData
        query = {
            "from": "unittest",
            "format": "list",
            "limit": 100,
            "groupby": ["build.platform", "build.type", "run.type"],
            "select": [
                {"aggregate": "count"},
                    "name": "failures",
                    "value": {"case": [
                        {"when": {"eq": {"result.ok": "F"}}, "then": 1}
                    "aggregate": "sum",
                    "default": 0
            "where": {"and": [
                {"eq": {"result.test": self.activedata_test_name}},
                {"in": {"build.branch": self.branches.split(',')}},
                {"gt": {"run.timestamp": {"date": self.start}}},
                {"lt": {"run.timestamp": {"date": self.end}}}
        print("\nTest results for %s on %s between %s and %s" %
              (self.activedata_test_name, self.branches, self.start, self.end))
        data = self.submit(query)
        if data and len(data) > 0:
            worst_rate = 0.0
            worst_platform = None
            total_runs = 0
            total_failures = 0
            for record in data:
                platform = self.get_platform(record)
                if platform.startswith("-"):
                runs = record['count']
                total_runs = total_runs + runs
                failures = record.get('failures', 0)
                total_failures = total_failures + failures
                rate = (float)(failures) / runs
                if rate >= worst_rate:
                    worst_rate = rate
                    worst_platform = platform
                    worst_failures = failures
                    worst_runs = runs
                print("%-40s %6d failures in %6d runs" % (
                    platform, failures, runs))
            print("\nTotal: %d failures in %d runs or %.3f failures/run" %
                  (total_failures, total_runs, (float)(total_failures) / total_runs))
            if worst_failures > 0:
                print("Worst rate on %s %d failures in %d runs or %.3f failures/run" %
                      (worst_platform, worst_failures, worst_runs, worst_rate))
            print("No test result data found.")

    def report_test_durations(self):
        # Report test durations summary from ActiveData
        query = {
            "from": "unittest",
            "format": "list",
            "limit": 100,
            "groupby": ["build.platform", "build.type", "run.type"],
            "select": [
                {"value": "result.duration",
                    "aggregate": "average", "name": "average"},
                {"value": "result.duration", "aggregate": "min", "name": "min"},
                {"value": "result.duration", "aggregate": "max", "name": "max"},
                {"aggregate": "count"}
            "where": {"and": [
                {"eq": {"result.ok": "T"}},
                {"eq": {"result.test": self.activedata_test_name}},
                {"in": {"build.branch": self.branches.split(',')}},
                {"gt": {"run.timestamp": {"date": self.start}}},
                {"lt": {"run.timestamp": {"date": self.end}}}
        data = self.submit(query)
        print("\nTest durations for %s on %s between %s and %s" %
              (self.activedata_test_name, self.branches, self.start, self.end))
        if data and len(data) > 0:
            for record in data:
                platform = self.get_platform(record)
                if platform.startswith("-"):
                print("%-40s %6.2f s (%.2f s - %.2f s over %d runs)" % (
                    platform, record['average'], record['min'],
                    record['max'], record['count']))
            print("No test durations found.")

    def report_test_tasks(self):
        # Report test tasks summary from ActiveData
        query = {
            "from": "unittest",
            "format": "list",
            "limit": 1000,
            "select": ["build.platform", "build.type", "run.type", "run.name"],
            "where": {"and": [
                {"eq": {"result.test": self.activedata_test_name}},
                {"in": {"build.branch": self.branches.split(',')}},
                {"gt": {"run.timestamp": {"date": self.start}}},
                {"lt": {"run.timestamp": {"date": self.end}}}
        data = self.submit(query)
        print("\nTest tasks for %s on %s between %s and %s" %
              (self.activedata_test_name, self.branches, self.start, self.end))
        if data and len(data) > 0:
            consolidated = {}
            for record in data:
                platform = self.get_platform(record)
                if platform not in consolidated:
                    consolidated[platform] = {}
                if record['run']['name'] in consolidated[platform]:
                    consolidated[platform][record['run']['name']] += 1
                    consolidated[platform][record['run']['name']] = 1
            for key in sorted(consolidated.keys()):
                tasks = ""
                for task in consolidated[key].keys():
                    if tasks:
                        tasks += "\n%-40s " % ""
                    tasks += task
                    tasks += " in %d runs" % consolidated[key][task]
                print("%-40s %s" % (key, tasks))
            print("No test tasks found.")

    def report_bugs(self):
        # Report open bugs matching test name
        import requests
        search = self.full_test_name
        if self.test_name:
            search = '%s,%s' % (search, self.test_name)
        if self.short_name:
            search = '%s,%s' % (search, self.short_name)
        if self.robo_name:
            search = '%s,%s' % (search, self.robo_name)
        payload = {'quicksearch': search,
                   'include_fields': 'id,summary'}
        response = requests.get('https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/rest/bug',
        json_response = response.json()
        print("\nBugzilla quick search for '%s':" % search)
        if 'bugs' in json_response:
            for bug in json_response['bugs']:
                print("Bug %s: %s" % (bug['id'], bug['summary']))
            print("No bugs found.")

    @SubCommand('test-info', 'long-tasks',
                description='Find tasks approaching their taskcluster max-run-time.')
                     help='Report for named branches '
                          '(default: mozilla-central,mozilla-inbound,autoland)')
                     default=(date.today() - timedelta(7)
                     help='Start date (YYYY-MM-DD)')
                     help='End date (YYYY-MM-DD)')
                     help='Count tasks exceeding this percentage of max-run-time.')
                     help='Report tasks exceeding this percentage of long tasks.')
    @CommandArgument('--verbose', action='store_true',
                     help='Enable debug logging.')
    def report_long_running_tasks(self, **params):
        def get_long_running_ratio(record):
            count = record['count']
            tasks_gt_pct = record['tasks_gt_pct']
            return count / tasks_gt_pct

        branches = params['branches']
        start = params['start']
        end = params['end']
        self.verbose = params['verbose']
        threshold_pct = float(params['max_threshold_pct'])
        filter_threshold_pct = float(params['filter_threshold_pct'])

        # Search test durations in ActiveData for long-running tests
        query = {
            "from": "task",
            "format": "list",
            "groupby": ["run.name"],
            "limit": 1000,
            "select": [
                    "value": "task.maxRunTime",
                    "aggregate": "median",
                    "name": "max_run_time"
                    "aggregate": "count"
                    "value": {
                        "when": {
                            "gt": [
                                    "div": ["action.duration", "task.maxRunTime"]
                                }, threshold_pct/100.0
                        "then": 1
                    "aggregate": "sum",
                    "name": "tasks_gt_pct"
            "where": {"and": [
                {"in": {"build.branch": branches.split(',')}},
                {"gt": {"task.run.start_time": {"date": start}}},
                {"lte": {"task.run.start_time": {"date": end}}},
                {"eq": {"task.state": "completed"}},
        data = self.submit(query)
        print("\nTasks nearing their max-run-time on %s between %s and %s" %
              (branches, start, end))
        if data and len(data) > 0:
            filtered = []
            for record in data:
                if 'tasks_gt_pct' in record:
                    count = record['count']
                    tasks_gt_pct = record['tasks_gt_pct']
                    if float(tasks_gt_pct) / count > filter_threshold_pct / 100.0:
            if not filtered:
                print("No long running tasks found.")
            for record in filtered:
                name = record['run']['name']
                count = record['count']
                max_run_time = record['max_run_time']
                tasks_gt_pct = record['tasks_gt_pct']
                print("%-55s: %d of %d runs (%.1f%%) exceeded %d%% of max-run-time (%d s)" %
                      (name, tasks_gt_pct, count, tasks_gt_pct * 100 / count,
                       threshold_pct, max_run_time))
            print("No tasks found.")

class RustTests(MachCommandBase):
    @Command('rusttests', category='testing',
             description="Run rust unit tests (via cargo test).")
    def run_rusttests(self, **kwargs):
        return self._mach_context.commands.dispatch('build', self._mach_context,