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//===-- -------------------------------------------------===//
// The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure
// This file is distributed under the University of Illinois Open Source
// License. See LICENSE.TXT for details.
// This file is a part of AddressSanitizer, an address sanity checker.
#include "asan_test_utils.h"
#include "sanitizer_common/sanitizer_platform.h"
// Default ASAN_OPTIONS for the unit tests.
extern "C" const char* __asan_default_options() {
// On Darwin, we default to `abort_on_error=1`, which would make tests run
// much slower. Let's override this and run lit tests with 'abort_on_error=0'
// and make sure we do not overwhelm the syslog while testing. Also, let's
// turn symbolization off to speed up testing, especially when not running
// with llvm-symbolizer but with atos.
return "symbolize=false:abort_on_error=0:log_to_syslog=0";
// On PowerPC and ARM Thumb, a couple tests involving pthread_exit fail due to
// leaks detected by LSan. Symbolized leak report is required to apply a
// suppression for this known problem.
return "";
// Let's turn symbolization off to speed up testing (more than 3 times speedup
// observed).
return "symbolize=false";
namespace __sanitizer {
bool ReexecDisabled() {
#if __has_feature(address_sanitizer) && SANITIZER_MAC
// Allow re-exec in instrumented unit tests on Darwin. Technically, we only
// need this for 10.10 and below, where re-exec is required for the
// interceptors to work, but to avoid duplicating the version detection logic,
// let's just allow re-exec for all Darwin versions. On newer OS versions,
// returning 'false' doesn't do anything anyway, because we don't re-exec.
return false;
return true;
} // namespace __sanitizer
int main(int argc, char **argv) {
testing::GTEST_FLAG(death_test_style) = "threadsafe";
testing::InitGoogleTest(&argc, argv);
return RUN_ALL_TESTS();