author Daniel Holbert <>
Wed, 04 Jun 2014 21:07:07 -0700
changeset 207050 8137176a31734f39f120dab27b7ddad578c8deab
parent 124773 5df185a907f75803704d01f262163e57a29dc982
child 328616 d940d6375fca9df1f3b111a4f7be45c32932f5d2
permissions -rwxr-xr-x
Bug 864005: Remove mentions of & checks for 'layout.css.supports-rule.enabled' pref. r=heycam r=khuey

# 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
import os
from optparse import OptionParser
from subprocess import Popen, PIPE
import xml.dom.minidom
import html5lib
import shutil
import sys
import re

#   * Import more tests rather than just the very limited set currently
#     chosen.
#   * Read in a (checked-in) input file with a list of test assertions
#     expected to fail.
#   * Read in a (checked-in) input file with a list of reference choices
#     for tests with multiple rel="match" references.  (But still go
#     though all those references in case they, in turn, have references.)

# Eventually we should import all the tests that have references.  (At
# least for a subset of secs.  And we probably want to organize the
# directory structure by spec to avoid constant file moves when files
# move in the W3C repository.  And we probably also want to import each
# test only once, even if it covers more than one spec.)

# But for now, let's just import a few sets of tests.

gSubtrees = [
    os.path.join("approved", "css3-namespace", "src"),
    #os.path.join("approved", "css3-multicol", "src"),
    os.path.join("contributors", "opera", "submitted", "css3-conditional"),
    #os.path.join("contributors", "opera", "submitted", "multicol")

gPrefixedProperties = [

# Map of about:config prefs that need toggling, for a given test subdirectory.
# Entries should look like:
# For example, when "@supports" was behind a pref, gDefaultPreferences had:
#  "css3-conditional": "pref(layout.css.supports-rule.enabled,true)"
gDefaultPreferences = {

gLog = None
gFailList = {}
gDestPath = None
gSrcPath = None
support_dirs_mapped = set()
filemap = {}
speclinkmap = {}
propsaddedfor = []
tests = []
gOptions = None
gArgs = None
gTestfiles = []
gTestFlags = {}

def log_output_of(subprocess):
    global gLog
    if (subprocess.returncode != 0):
        raise StandardError("error while running subprocess")

def write_log_header():
    global gLog, gSrcPath
    gLog.write("Importing revision: ")
    log_output_of(Popen(["hg", "parent", "--template={node}"],
                  stdout=PIPE, cwd=gSrcPath))
    gLog.write("\nfrom repository: ")
    log_output_of(Popen(["hg", "paths", "default"],
                  stdout=PIPE, cwd=gSrcPath))

def remove_existing_dirs():
    global gDestPath
    # Remove existing directories that we're going to regenerate.  This
    # is necessary so that we can give errors in cases where our import
    # might copy two files to the same location, which we do by giving
    # errors if a copy would overwrite a file.
    for dirname in os.listdir(gDestPath):
        fulldir = os.path.join(gDestPath, dirname)
        if not os.path.isdir(fulldir):

def populate_test_files():
    global gSubtrees, gTestfiles
    for subtree in gSubtrees:
        for dirpath, dirnames, filenames in os.walk(subtree, topdown=True):
            if "support" in dirnames:
            if "reftest" in dirnames:
            for f in filenames:
                if f == "README" or \
                   f.find("-ref.") != -1:
                gTestfiles.append(os.path.join(dirpath, f))


def copy_file(test, srcfile, destname, isSupportFile=False):
    global gDestPath, gLog, gSrcPath
    if not srcfile.startswith(gSrcPath):
        raise StandardError("Filename " + srcfile + " does not start with " + gSrcPath)
    logname = srcfile[len(gSrcPath):]
    gLog.write("Importing " + logname + " to " + destname + "\n")
    destfile = os.path.join(gDestPath, destname)
    destdir = os.path.dirname(destfile)
    if not os.path.exists(destdir):
    if os.path.exists(destfile):
        raise StandardError("file " + destfile + " already exists")
    copy_and_prefix(test, srcfile, destfile, gPrefixedProperties, isSupportFile)

def copy_support_files(test, dirname, spec):
    if dirname in support_dirs_mapped:
    support_dir = os.path.join(dirname, "support")
    if not os.path.exists(support_dir):
    for dirpath, dirnames, filenames in os.walk(support_dir):
        for fn in filenames:
            if fn == "LOCK":
            full_fn = os.path.join(dirpath, fn)
            copy_file(test, full_fn, os.path.join(spec, "support", full_fn[len(support_dir)+1:]), True)

def map_file(fn, spec):
    if fn in filemap:
        return filemap[fn]
    destname = os.path.join(spec, os.path.basename(fn))
    filemap[fn] = destname
    load_flags_for(fn, spec)
    copy_file(destname, fn, destname, False)
    copy_support_files(destname, os.path.dirname(fn), spec)
    return destname

def load_flags_for(fn, spec):
    global gTestFlags
    document = get_document_for(fn, spec)
    destname = os.path.join(spec, os.path.basename(fn))
    gTestFlags[destname] = []

    for meta in document.getElementsByTagName("meta"):
        name = meta.getAttribute("name")
        if name == "flags":
            gTestFlags[destname] = meta.getAttribute("content").split()

def get_document_for(fn, spec):
    document = None # an xml.dom.minidom document
    if fn.endswith(".htm") or fn.endswith(".html"):
        # An HTML file
        f = open(fn, "r")
        parser = html5lib.HTMLParser(tree=html5lib.treebuilders.getTreeBuilder("dom"))
        document = parser.parse(f)
        # An XML file
        document = xml.dom.minidom.parse(fn)
    return document

def add_test_items(fn, spec):
    document = get_document_for(fn, spec)
    refs = []
    notrefs = []
    for link in document.getElementsByTagName("link"):
        rel = link.getAttribute("rel")
        if rel == "help" and spec == None:
            specurl = link.getAttribute("href")
            startidx = specurl.find("/TR/")
            if startidx != -1:
                startidx = startidx + 4
                endidx = specurl.find("/", startidx)
                if endidx != -1:
                    spec = str(specurl[startidx:endidx])
        if rel == "match":
            arr = refs
        elif rel == "mismatch":
            arr = notrefs
        arr.append(os.path.join(os.path.dirname(fn), str(link.getAttribute("href"))))
    if len(refs) > 1:
        raise StandardError("Need to add code to specify which reference we want to match.")
    if spec is None:
        raise StandardError("Could not associate test with specification")
    for ref in refs:
        tests.append(["==", map_file(fn, spec), map_file(ref, spec)])
    for notref in notrefs:
        tests.append(["!=", map_file(fn, spec), map_file(notref, spec)])
    # Add chained references too
    for ref in refs:
        add_test_items(ref, spec=spec)
    for notref in notrefs:
        add_test_items(notref, spec=spec)

def copy_and_prefix(test, aSourceFileName, aDestFileName, aProps, isSupportFile=False):
    global gTestFlags
    newFile = open(aDestFileName, 'w')
    unPrefixedFile = open(aSourceFileName)
    testName = aDestFileName[len(gDestPath)+1:]
    ahemFontAdded = False
    for line in unPrefixedFile:
        replacementLine = line
        searchRegex = "\s*<style\s*"

        if not isSupportFile and not ahemFontAdded and 'ahem' in gTestFlags[test] and, line):
            # First put our ahem font declation before the first <style>
            # element
            ahemFontDecl = "<style type=\"text/css\"><![CDATA[\n@font-face "\
                           "{\n  font-family: Ahem;\n  src: url("\
            ahemFontAdded = True

        for rule in aProps:
            replacementLine = replacementLine.replace(rule, "-moz-" + rule)


def read_options():
    global gArgs, gOptions
    op = OptionParser()
    op.usage = \
    '''%prog <clone of hg repository>
            Import reftests from a W3C hg repository clone. The location of
            the local clone of the hg repository must be given on the command
    (gOptions, gArgs) = op.parse_args()
    if len(gArgs) != 1:
        op.error("Too few arguments specified.")

def setup_paths():
    global gSubtrees, gDestPath, gSrcPath
    # FIXME: generate gSrcPath with consistent trailing / regardless of input.
    # (We currently expect the argument to have a trailing slash.)
    gSrcPath = gArgs[0]
    if not os.path.isdir(gSrcPath) or \
    not os.path.isdir(os.path.join(gSrcPath, ".hg")):
        raise StandardError("source path does not appear to be a mercurial clone")

    gDestPath = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__)), "received")
    newSubtrees = []
    for relPath in gSubtrees:
        newSubtrees[len(gSubtrees):] = [os.path.join(gSrcPath, relPath)]
    gSubtrees = newSubtrees

def setup_log():
    global gLog
    # Since we're going to commit the tests, we should also commit
    # information about where they came from.
    gLog = open(os.path.join(gDestPath, "import.log"), "w")

def read_fail_list():
    global gFailList
    dirname = os.path.realpath(__file__).split(os.path.sep)
    dirname = os.path.sep.join(dirname[:len(dirname)-1])
    failListFile = open(os.path.join(dirname, "failures.list"), "r")
    gFailList = [x for x in [x.lstrip().rstrip() for x in failListFile] if bool(x)
                 and not x.startswith("#")]

def main():
    global gDestPath, gLog, gTestfiles, gTestFlags, gFailList

    for t in gTestfiles:
        add_test_items(t, spec=None)

    listfile = open(os.path.join(gDestPath, "reftest.list"), "w")
    listfile.write("# THIS FILE IS AUTOGENERATED BY {0}\n# DO NOT EDIT!\n".format(os.path.basename(__file__)))
    lastDefaultPreferences = None
    for test in tests:
        defaultPreferences = gDefaultPreferences.get(test[1].split("/")[0], None)
        if defaultPreferences != lastDefaultPreferences:
            if defaultPreferences is None:
                listfile.write("\ndefault-preferences {0}\n\n".format(defaultPreferences))
            lastDefaultPreferences = defaultPreferences
        key = 0
        while not test[key] in gTestFlags.keys() and key < len(test):
            key = key + 1
        testKey = test[key]
        if 'ahem' in gTestFlags[testKey]:
            test = ["HTTP(../../..)"] + test
        if testKey in gFailList:
            test = ["fails"] + test
        listfile.write(" ".join(test) + "\n")


if __name__ == '__main__':