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// Copyright 2019 The Fuchsia Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include <lib/zx/clock.h>
#include <string>
#include <gtest/gtest.h>
#include <test/inputsynthesis/cpp/fidl.h>
#include "src/virtualization/tests/enclosed_guest.h"
#include "src/virtualization/tests/guest_test.h"
namespace {
// Create an alias, as "TEST_F" requires the fixture name to be a valid C token.
using VirtioInputDebianGuestTest = GuestTest<DebianEnclosedGuest>;
TEST_F(VirtioInputDebianGuestTest, Input) {
// We need to wait for a display because we route input from that display to the input device.
// Start the test.
auto& guest_console = this->GetEnclosedGuest().GetConsole();
guest_console->SendBlocking("/test_utils/virtio_input_test_util keyboard /dev/input/event*\n",
// Wait for the test utility to print its string ("type ..."), and then
// send keystrokes.
EXPECT_EQ(guest_console->WaitForMarker("Type 'abc<shift>'", zx::time::infinite()), ZX_OK);
// Inject the string 'abcD' using input synthesis. This last D will result in the series of
// key-presses "shift-down, d-down, d-up, shift-up", which gets us the shift press we need.
auto input_synthesis = this->GetEnclosedGuest().ConnectToService<test::inputsynthesis::Text>();
bool input_injected = false;
input_synthesis->Send("abcD", [&input_injected]() { input_injected = true; });
RunLoopUntil([&] { return input_injected; }, zx::time::infinite());
// Ensure we passed.
std::string result;
EXPECT_EQ(guest_console->WaitForMarker("PASS", zx::time::infinite(), &result), ZX_OK);
} // namespace