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#define FLATBUFFERS_DEBUG_VERIFICATION_FAILURE 1
#define FLATBUFFERS_TRACK_VERIFIER_BUFFER_SIZE
#include "flatbuffers/flatbuffers.h"
#include "flatbuffers/idl.h"
#include "flatbuffers/util.h"
#include "monster_test_generated.h"
#include "namespace_test/namespace_test1_generated.h"
#include "namespace_test/namespace_test2_generated.h"
#ifndef FLATBUFFERS_CPP98_STL
#include <random>
#endif
using namespace MyGame::Example;
#ifdef __ANDROID__
#include <android/log.h>
#define TEST_OUTPUT_LINE(...) \
__android_log_print(ANDROID_LOG_INFO, "FlatBuffers", __VA_ARGS__)
#define FLATBUFFERS_NO_FILE_TESTS
#else
#define TEST_OUTPUT_LINE(...) \
{ printf(__VA_ARGS__); printf("\n"); }
#endif
int testing_fails = 0;
void TestFail(const char *expval, const char *val, const char *exp,
const char *file, int line) {
TEST_OUTPUT_LINE("TEST FAILED: %s:%d, %s (%s) != %s", file, line,
exp, expval, val);
assert(0);
testing_fails++;
}
void TestEqStr(const char *expval, const char *val, const char *exp,
const char *file, int line) {
if (strcmp(expval, val) != 0) {
TestFail(expval, val, exp, file, line);
}
}
template<typename T, typename U>
void TestEq(T expval, U val, const char *exp, const char *file, int line) {
if (U(expval) != val) {
TestFail(flatbuffers::NumToString(expval).c_str(),
flatbuffers::NumToString(val).c_str(),
exp, file, line);
}
}
#define TEST_EQ(exp, val) TestEq(exp, val, #exp, __FILE__, __LINE__)
#define TEST_NOTNULL(exp) TestEq(exp == NULL, false, #exp, __FILE__, __LINE__)
#define TEST_EQ_STR(exp, val) TestEqStr(exp, val, #exp, __FILE__, __LINE__)
// Include simple random number generator to ensure results will be the
// same cross platform.
// http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Park%E2%80%93Miller_random_number_generator
uint32_t lcg_seed = 48271;
uint32_t lcg_rand() {
return lcg_seed = ((uint64_t)lcg_seed * 279470273UL) % 4294967291UL;
}
void lcg_reset() { lcg_seed = 48271; }
// example of how to build up a serialized buffer algorithmically:
flatbuffers::unique_ptr_t CreateFlatBufferTest(std::string &buffer) {
flatbuffers::FlatBufferBuilder builder;
auto vec = Vec3(1, 2, 3, 0, Color_Red, Test(10, 20));
auto name = builder.CreateString("MyMonster");
unsigned char inv_data[] = { 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 };
auto inventory = builder.CreateVector(inv_data, 10);
// Alternatively, create the vector first, and fill in data later:
// unsigned char *inv_buf = nullptr;
// auto inventory = builder.CreateUninitializedVector<unsigned char>(
// 10, &inv_buf);
// memcpy(inv_buf, inv_data, 10);
Test tests[] = { Test(10, 20), Test(30, 40) };
auto testv = builder.CreateVectorOfStructs(tests, 2);
// create monster with very few fields set:
// (same functionality as CreateMonster below, but sets fields manually)
flatbuffers::Offset<Monster> mlocs[3];
auto fred = builder.CreateString("Fred");
auto barney = builder.CreateString("Barney");
auto wilma = builder.CreateString("Wilma");
MonsterBuilder mb1(builder);
mb1.add_name(fred);
mlocs[0] = mb1.Finish();
MonsterBuilder mb2(builder);
mb2.add_name(barney);
mb2.add_hp(1000);
mlocs[1] = mb2.Finish();
MonsterBuilder mb3(builder);
mb3.add_name(wilma);
mlocs[2] = mb3.Finish();
// Create an array of strings. Also test string pooling, and lambdas.
const char *names[] = { "bob", "fred", "bob", "fred" };
auto vecofstrings =
builder.CreateVector<flatbuffers::Offset<flatbuffers::String>>(4,
[&](size_t i) {
return builder.CreateSharedString(names[i]);
});
// Creating vectors of strings in one convenient call.
std::vector<std::string> names2;
names2.push_back("jane");
names2.push_back("mary");
auto vecofstrings2 = builder.CreateVectorOfStrings(names2);
// Create an array of sorted tables, can be used with binary search when read:
auto vecoftables = builder.CreateVectorOfSortedTables(mlocs, 3);
// shortcut for creating monster with all fields set:
auto mloc = CreateMonster(builder, &vec, 150, 80, name, inventory, Color_Blue,
Any_Monster, mlocs[1].Union(), // Store a union.
testv, vecofstrings, vecoftables, 0, 0, 0, false,
0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 3.14159f, 3.0f, 0.0f,
vecofstrings2);
FinishMonsterBuffer(builder, mloc);
#ifdef FLATBUFFERS_TEST_VERBOSE
// print byte data for debugging:
auto p = builder.GetBufferPointer();
for (flatbuffers::uoffset_t i = 0; i < builder.GetSize(); i++)
printf("%d ", p[i]);
#endif
// return the buffer for the caller to use.
auto bufferpointer =
reinterpret_cast<const char *>(builder.GetBufferPointer());
buffer.assign(bufferpointer, bufferpointer + builder.GetSize());
return builder.ReleaseBufferPointer();
}
// example of accessing a buffer loaded in memory:
void AccessFlatBufferTest(const uint8_t *flatbuf, size_t length,
bool pooled = true) {
// First, verify the buffers integrity (optional)
flatbuffers::Verifier verifier(flatbuf, length);
TEST_EQ(VerifyMonsterBuffer(verifier), true);
std::vector<uint8_t> test_buff;
test_buff.resize(length * 2);
std::memcpy(&test_buff[0], flatbuf , length);
std::memcpy(&test_buff[length], flatbuf , length);
flatbuffers::Verifier verifierl(&test_buff[0], length - 1);
TEST_EQ(VerifyMonsterBuffer(verifierl), false);
TEST_EQ(verifierl.GetComputedSize(), 0);
flatbuffers::Verifier verifier1(&test_buff[0], length);
TEST_EQ(VerifyMonsterBuffer(verifier1), true);
TEST_EQ(verifier1.GetComputedSize(), length);
flatbuffers::Verifier verifier2(&test_buff[length], length);
TEST_EQ(VerifyMonsterBuffer(verifier2), true);
TEST_EQ(verifier2.GetComputedSize(), length);
TEST_EQ(strcmp(MonsterIdentifier(), "MONS"), 0);
TEST_EQ(MonsterBufferHasIdentifier(flatbuf), true);
TEST_EQ(strcmp(MonsterExtension(), "mon"), 0);
// Access the buffer from the root.
auto monster = GetMonster(flatbuf);
TEST_EQ(monster->hp(), 80);
TEST_EQ(monster->mana(), 150); // default
TEST_EQ_STR(monster->name()->c_str(), "MyMonster");
// Can't access the following field, it is deprecated in the schema,
// which means accessors are not generated:
// monster.friendly()
auto pos = monster->pos();
TEST_NOTNULL(pos);
TEST_EQ(pos->z(), 3);
TEST_EQ(pos->test3().a(), 10);
TEST_EQ(pos->test3().b(), 20);
auto inventory = monster->inventory();
TEST_EQ(VectorLength(inventory), 10UL); // Works even if inventory is null.
TEST_NOTNULL(inventory);
unsigned char inv_data[] = { 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 };
for (auto it = inventory->begin(); it != inventory->end(); ++it)
TEST_EQ(*it, inv_data[it - inventory->begin()]);
TEST_EQ(monster->color(), Color_Blue);
// Example of accessing a union:
TEST_EQ(monster->test_type(), Any_Monster); // First make sure which it is.
auto monster2 = reinterpret_cast<const Monster *>(monster->test());
TEST_NOTNULL(monster2);
TEST_EQ_STR(monster2->name()->c_str(), "Fred");
// Example of accessing a vector of strings:
auto vecofstrings = monster->testarrayofstring();
TEST_EQ(vecofstrings->Length(), 4U);
TEST_EQ_STR(vecofstrings->Get(0)->c_str(), "bob");
TEST_EQ_STR(vecofstrings->Get(1)->c_str(), "fred");
if (pooled) {
// These should have pointer equality because of string pooling.
TEST_EQ(vecofstrings->Get(0)->c_str(), vecofstrings->Get(2)->c_str());
TEST_EQ(vecofstrings->Get(1)->c_str(), vecofstrings->Get(3)->c_str());
}
auto vecofstrings2 = monster->testarrayofstring2();
if (vecofstrings2) {
TEST_EQ(vecofstrings2->Length(), 2U);
TEST_EQ_STR(vecofstrings2->Get(0)->c_str(), "jane");
TEST_EQ_STR(vecofstrings2->Get(1)->c_str(), "mary");
}
// Example of accessing a vector of tables:
auto vecoftables = monster->testarrayoftables();
TEST_EQ(vecoftables->Length(), 3U);
for (auto it = vecoftables->begin(); it != vecoftables->end(); ++it)
TEST_EQ(strlen(it->name()->c_str()) >= 4, true);
TEST_EQ_STR(vecoftables->Get(0)->name()->c_str(), "Barney");
TEST_EQ(vecoftables->Get(0)->hp(), 1000);
TEST_EQ_STR(vecoftables->Get(1)->name()->c_str(), "Fred");
TEST_EQ_STR(vecoftables->Get(2)->name()->c_str(), "Wilma");
TEST_NOTNULL(vecoftables->LookupByKey("Barney"));
TEST_NOTNULL(vecoftables->LookupByKey("Fred"));
TEST_NOTNULL(vecoftables->LookupByKey("Wilma"));
// Since Flatbuffers uses explicit mechanisms to override the default
// compiler alignment, double check that the compiler indeed obeys them:
// (Test consists of a short and byte):
TEST_EQ(flatbuffers::AlignOf<Test>(), 2UL);
TEST_EQ(sizeof(Test), 4UL);
auto tests = monster->test4();
TEST_NOTNULL(tests);
auto test_0 = tests->Get(0);
auto test_1 = tests->Get(1);
TEST_EQ(test_0->a(), 10);
TEST_EQ(test_0->b(), 20);
TEST_EQ(test_1->a(), 30);
TEST_EQ(test_1->b(), 40);
for (auto it = tests->begin(); it != tests->end(); ++it) {
TEST_EQ(it->a() == 10 || it->a() == 30, true); // Just testing iterators.
}
// Checking for presence of fields:
TEST_EQ(flatbuffers::IsFieldPresent(monster, Monster::VT_HP), true);
TEST_EQ(flatbuffers::IsFieldPresent(monster, Monster::VT_MANA), false);
// Obtaining a buffer from a root:
TEST_EQ(GetBufferStartFromRootPointer(monster), flatbuf);
}
// Change a FlatBuffer in-place, after it has been constructed.
void MutateFlatBuffersTest(uint8_t *flatbuf, std::size_t length) {
// Get non-const pointer to root.
auto monster = GetMutableMonster(flatbuf);
// Each of these tests mutates, then tests, then set back to the original,
// so we can test that the buffer in the end still passes our original test.
auto hp_ok = monster->mutate_hp(10);
TEST_EQ(hp_ok, true); // Field was present.
TEST_EQ(monster->hp(), 10);
monster->mutate_hp(80);
auto mana_ok = monster->mutate_mana(10);
TEST_EQ(mana_ok, false); // Field was NOT present, because default value.
// Mutate structs.
auto pos = monster->mutable_pos();
auto test3 = pos->mutable_test3(); // Struct inside a struct.
test3.mutate_a(50); // Struct fields never fail.
TEST_EQ(test3.a(), 50);
test3.mutate_a(10);
// Mutate vectors.
auto inventory = monster->mutable_inventory();
inventory->Mutate(9, 100);
TEST_EQ(inventory->Get(9), 100);
inventory->Mutate(9, 9);
auto tables = monster->mutable_testarrayoftables();
auto first = tables->GetMutableObject(0);
TEST_EQ(first->hp(), 1000);
first->mutate_hp(0);
TEST_EQ(first->hp(), 0);
first->mutate_hp(1000);
// Run the verifier and the regular test to make sure we didn't trample on
// anything.
AccessFlatBufferTest(flatbuf, length);
}
// Unpack a FlatBuffer into objects.
void ObjectFlatBuffersTest(uint8_t *flatbuf) {
// Optional: we can specify resolver and rehasher functions to turn hashed
// strings into object pointers and back, to implement remote references
// and such.
auto resolver = flatbuffers::resolver_function_t(
[](void **pointer_adr, flatbuffers::hash_value_t hash) {
(void)pointer_adr;
(void)hash;
// Don't actually do anything, leave variable null.
});
auto rehasher = flatbuffers::rehasher_function_t(
[](void *pointer) -> flatbuffers::hash_value_t {
(void)pointer;
return 0;
});
// Turn a buffer into C++ objects.
auto monster1 = UnPackMonster(flatbuf, &resolver);
// Re-serialize the data.
flatbuffers::FlatBufferBuilder fbb1;
fbb1.Finish(CreateMonster(fbb1, monster1.get(), &rehasher),
MonsterIdentifier());
// Unpack again, and re-serialize again.
auto monster2 = UnPackMonster(fbb1.GetBufferPointer(), &resolver);
flatbuffers::FlatBufferBuilder fbb2;
fbb2.Finish(CreateMonster(fbb2, monster2.get(), &rehasher),
MonsterIdentifier());
// Now we've gone full round-trip, the two buffers should match.
auto len1 = fbb1.GetSize();
auto len2 = fbb2.GetSize();
TEST_EQ(len1, len2);
TEST_EQ(memcmp(fbb1.GetBufferPointer(), fbb2.GetBufferPointer(),
len1), 0);
// Test it with the original buffer test to make sure all data survived.
AccessFlatBufferTest(fbb2.GetBufferPointer(), len2, false);
// Test accessing fields, similar to AccessFlatBufferTest above.
TEST_EQ(monster2->hp, 80);
TEST_EQ(monster2->mana, 150); // default
TEST_EQ_STR(monster2->name.c_str(), "MyMonster");
auto &pos = monster2->pos;
TEST_NOTNULL(pos);
TEST_EQ(pos->z(), 3);
TEST_EQ(pos->test3().a(), 10);
TEST_EQ(pos->test3().b(), 20);
auto &inventory = monster2->inventory;
TEST_EQ(inventory.size(), 10UL);
unsigned char inv_data[] = { 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 };
for (auto it = inventory.begin(); it != inventory.end(); ++it)
TEST_EQ(*it, inv_data[it - inventory.begin()]);
TEST_EQ(monster2->color, Color_Blue);
auto monster3 = monster2->test.AsMonster();
TEST_NOTNULL(monster3);
TEST_EQ_STR(monster3->name.c_str(), "Fred");
auto &vecofstrings = monster2->testarrayofstring;
TEST_EQ(vecofstrings.size(), 4U);
TEST_EQ_STR(vecofstrings[0].c_str(), "bob");
TEST_EQ_STR(vecofstrings[1].c_str(), "fred");
auto &vecofstrings2 = monster2->testarrayofstring2;
TEST_EQ(vecofstrings2.size(), 2U);
TEST_EQ_STR(vecofstrings2[0].c_str(), "jane");
TEST_EQ_STR(vecofstrings2[1].c_str(), "mary");
auto &vecoftables = monster2->testarrayoftables;
TEST_EQ(vecoftables.size(), 3U);
TEST_EQ_STR(vecoftables[0]->name.c_str(), "Barney");
TEST_EQ(vecoftables[0]->hp, 1000);
TEST_EQ_STR(vecoftables[1]->name.c_str(), "Fred");
TEST_EQ_STR(vecoftables[2]->name.c_str(), "Wilma");
auto &tests = monster2->test4;
TEST_EQ(tests[0].a(), 10);
TEST_EQ(tests[0].b(), 20);
TEST_EQ(tests[1].a(), 30);
TEST_EQ(tests[1].b(), 40);
}
// Prefix a FlatBuffer with a size field.
void SizePrefixedTest() {
// Create size prefixed buffer.
flatbuffers::FlatBufferBuilder fbb;
fbb.FinishSizePrefixed(CreateMonster(fbb, 0, 200, 300,
fbb.CreateString("bob")));
// Verify it.
flatbuffers::Verifier verifier(fbb.GetBufferPointer(), fbb.GetSize());
TEST_EQ(verifier.VerifySizePrefixedBuffer<Monster>(nullptr), true);
// Access it.
auto m = flatbuffers::GetSizePrefixedRoot<MyGame::Example::Monster>(
fbb.GetBufferPointer());
TEST_EQ(m->mana(), 200);
TEST_EQ(m->hp(), 300);
TEST_EQ_STR(m->name()->c_str(), "bob");
}
// example of parsing text straight into a buffer, and generating
// text back from it:
void ParseAndGenerateTextTest() {
// load FlatBuffer schema (.fbs) and JSON from disk
std::string schemafile;
std::string jsonfile;
TEST_EQ(flatbuffers::LoadFile(
"tests/monster_test.fbs", false, &schemafile), true);
TEST_EQ(flatbuffers::LoadFile(
"tests/monsterdata_test.golden", false, &jsonfile), true);
// parse schema first, so we can use it to parse the data after
flatbuffers::Parser parser;
const char *include_directories[] = { "tests", nullptr };
TEST_EQ(parser.Parse(schemafile.c_str(), include_directories), true);
TEST_EQ(parser.Parse(jsonfile.c_str(), include_directories), true);
// here, parser.builder_ contains a binary buffer that is the parsed data.
// First, verify it, just in case:
flatbuffers::Verifier verifier(parser.builder_.GetBufferPointer(),
parser.builder_.GetSize());
TEST_EQ(VerifyMonsterBuffer(verifier), true);
// to ensure it is correct, we now generate text back from the binary,
// and compare the two:
std::string jsongen;
auto result = GenerateText(parser, parser.builder_.GetBufferPointer(), &jsongen);
TEST_EQ(result, true);
if (jsongen != jsonfile) {
printf("%s----------------\n%s", jsongen.c_str(), jsonfile.c_str());
TEST_NOTNULL(NULL);
}
}
void ReflectionTest(uint8_t *flatbuf, size_t length) {
// Load a binary schema.
std::string bfbsfile;
TEST_EQ(flatbuffers::LoadFile(
"tests/monster_test.bfbs", true, &bfbsfile), true);
// Verify it, just in case:
flatbuffers::Verifier verifier(
reinterpret_cast<const uint8_t *>(bfbsfile.c_str()), bfbsfile.length());
TEST_EQ(reflection::VerifySchemaBuffer(verifier), true);
// Make sure the schema is what we expect it to be.
auto &schema = *reflection::GetSchema(bfbsfile.c_str());
auto root_table = schema.root_table();
TEST_EQ_STR(root_table->name()->c_str(), "MyGame.Example.Monster");
auto fields = root_table->fields();
auto hp_field_ptr = fields->LookupByKey("hp");
TEST_NOTNULL(hp_field_ptr);
auto &hp_field = *hp_field_ptr;
TEST_EQ_STR(hp_field.name()->c_str(), "hp");
TEST_EQ(hp_field.id(), 2);
TEST_EQ(hp_field.type()->base_type(), reflection::Short);
auto friendly_field_ptr = fields->LookupByKey("friendly");
TEST_NOTNULL(friendly_field_ptr);
TEST_NOTNULL(friendly_field_ptr->attributes());
TEST_NOTNULL(friendly_field_ptr->attributes()->LookupByKey("priority"));
// Make sure the table index is what we expect it to be.
auto pos_field_ptr = fields->LookupByKey("pos");
TEST_NOTNULL(pos_field_ptr);
TEST_EQ(pos_field_ptr->type()->base_type(), reflection::Obj);
auto pos_table_ptr = schema.objects()->Get(pos_field_ptr->type()->index());
TEST_NOTNULL(pos_table_ptr);
TEST_EQ_STR(pos_table_ptr->name()->c_str(), "MyGame.Example.Vec3");
// Now use it to dynamically access a buffer.
auto &root = *flatbuffers::GetAnyRoot(flatbuf);
auto hp = flatbuffers::GetFieldI<uint16_t>(root, hp_field);
TEST_EQ(hp, 80);
// Rather than needing to know the type, we can also get the value of
// any field as an int64_t/double/string, regardless of what it actually is.
auto hp_int64 = flatbuffers::GetAnyFieldI(root, hp_field);
TEST_EQ(hp_int64, 80);
auto hp_double = flatbuffers::GetAnyFieldF(root, hp_field);
TEST_EQ(hp_double, 80.0);
auto hp_string = flatbuffers::GetAnyFieldS(root, hp_field, &schema);
TEST_EQ_STR(hp_string.c_str(), "80");
// We can also modify it.
flatbuffers::SetField<uint16_t>(&root, hp_field, 200);
hp = flatbuffers::GetFieldI<uint16_t>(root, hp_field);
TEST_EQ(hp, 200);
// We can also set fields generically:
flatbuffers::SetAnyFieldI(&root, hp_field, 300);
hp_int64 = flatbuffers::GetAnyFieldI(root, hp_field);
TEST_EQ(hp_int64, 300);
flatbuffers::SetAnyFieldF(&root, hp_field, 300.5);
hp_int64 = flatbuffers::GetAnyFieldI(root, hp_field);
TEST_EQ(hp_int64, 300);
flatbuffers::SetAnyFieldS(&root, hp_field, "300");
hp_int64 = flatbuffers::GetAnyFieldI(root, hp_field);
TEST_EQ(hp_int64, 300);
// Reset it, for further tests.
flatbuffers::SetField<uint16_t>(&root, hp_field, 80);
// More advanced functionality: changing the size of items in-line!
// First we put the FlatBuffer inside an std::vector.
std::vector<uint8_t> resizingbuf(flatbuf, flatbuf + length);
// Find the field we want to modify.
auto &name_field = *fields->LookupByKey("name");
// Get the root.
// This time we wrap the result from GetAnyRoot in a smartpointer that
// will keep rroot valid as resizingbuf resizes.
auto rroot = flatbuffers::piv(flatbuffers::GetAnyRoot(resizingbuf.data()),
resizingbuf);
SetString(schema, "totally new string", GetFieldS(**rroot, name_field),
&resizingbuf);
// Here resizingbuf has changed, but rroot is still valid.
TEST_EQ_STR(GetFieldS(**rroot, name_field)->c_str(), "totally new string");
// Now lets extend a vector by 100 elements (10 -> 110).
auto &inventory_field = *fields->LookupByKey("inventory");
auto rinventory = flatbuffers::piv(
flatbuffers::GetFieldV<uint8_t>(**rroot, inventory_field),
resizingbuf);
flatbuffers::ResizeVector<uint8_t>(schema, 110, 50, *rinventory,
&resizingbuf);
// rinventory still valid, so lets read from it.
TEST_EQ(rinventory->Get(10), 50);
// For reflection uses not covered already, there is a more powerful way:
// we can simply generate whatever object we want to add/modify in a
// FlatBuffer of its own, then add that to an existing FlatBuffer:
// As an example, let's add a string to an array of strings.
// First, find our field:
auto &testarrayofstring_field = *fields->LookupByKey("testarrayofstring");
// Find the vector value:
auto rtestarrayofstring = flatbuffers::piv(
flatbuffers::GetFieldV<flatbuffers::Offset<flatbuffers::String>>(
**rroot, testarrayofstring_field),
resizingbuf);
// It's a vector of 2 strings, to which we add one more, initialized to
// offset 0.
flatbuffers::ResizeVector<flatbuffers::Offset<flatbuffers::String>>(
schema, 3, 0, *rtestarrayofstring, &resizingbuf);
// Here we just create a buffer that contans a single string, but this
// could also be any complex set of tables and other values.
flatbuffers::FlatBufferBuilder stringfbb;
stringfbb.Finish(stringfbb.CreateString("hank"));
// Add the contents of it to our existing FlatBuffer.
// We do this last, so the pointer doesn't get invalidated (since it is
// at the end of the buffer):
auto string_ptr = flatbuffers::AddFlatBuffer(resizingbuf,
stringfbb.GetBufferPointer(),
stringfbb.GetSize());
// Finally, set the new value in the vector.
rtestarrayofstring->MutateOffset(2, string_ptr);
TEST_EQ_STR(rtestarrayofstring->Get(0)->c_str(), "bob");
TEST_EQ_STR(rtestarrayofstring->Get(2)->c_str(), "hank");
// Test integrity of all resize operations above.
flatbuffers::Verifier resize_verifier(
reinterpret_cast<const uint8_t *>(resizingbuf.data()),
resizingbuf.size());
TEST_EQ(VerifyMonsterBuffer(resize_verifier), true);
// As an additional test, also set it on the name field.
// Note: unlike the name change above, this just overwrites the offset,
// rather than changing the string in-place.
SetFieldT(*rroot, name_field, string_ptr);
TEST_EQ_STR(GetFieldS(**rroot, name_field)->c_str(), "hank");
// Using reflection, rather than mutating binary FlatBuffers, we can also copy
// tables and other things out of other FlatBuffers into a FlatBufferBuilder,
// either part or whole.
flatbuffers::FlatBufferBuilder fbb;
auto root_offset = flatbuffers::CopyTable(fbb, schema, *root_table,
*flatbuffers::GetAnyRoot(flatbuf),
true);
fbb.Finish(root_offset, MonsterIdentifier());
// Test that it was copied correctly:
AccessFlatBufferTest(fbb.GetBufferPointer(), fbb.GetSize());
}
// Parse a .proto schema, output as .fbs
void ParseProtoTest() {
// load the .proto and the golden file from disk
std::string protofile;
std::string goldenfile;
TEST_EQ(flatbuffers::LoadFile(
"tests/prototest/test.proto", false, &protofile), true);
TEST_EQ(flatbuffers::LoadFile(
"tests/prototest/test.golden", false, &goldenfile), true);
flatbuffers::IDLOptions opts;
opts.include_dependence_headers = false;
opts.proto_mode = true;
// Parse proto.
flatbuffers::Parser parser(opts);
const char *include_directories[] = { "tests/prototest", nullptr };
TEST_EQ(parser.Parse(protofile.c_str(), include_directories), true);
// Generate fbs.
auto fbs = flatbuffers::GenerateFBS(parser, "test");
// Ensure generated file is parsable.
flatbuffers::Parser parser2;
TEST_EQ(parser2.Parse(fbs.c_str(), nullptr), true);
if (fbs != goldenfile) {
printf("%s----------------\n%s", fbs.c_str(), goldenfile.c_str());
TEST_NOTNULL(NULL);
}
}
template<typename T> void CompareTableFieldValue(flatbuffers::Table *table,
flatbuffers::voffset_t voffset,
T val) {
T read = table->GetField(voffset, static_cast<T>(0));
TEST_EQ(read, val);
}
// Low level stress/fuzz test: serialize/deserialize a variety of
// different kinds of data in different combinations
void FuzzTest1() {
// Values we're testing against: chosen to ensure no bits get chopped
// off anywhere, and also be different from eachother.
const uint8_t bool_val = true;
const int8_t char_val = -127; // 0x81
const uint8_t uchar_val = 0xFF;
const int16_t short_val = -32222; // 0x8222;
const uint16_t ushort_val = 0xFEEE;
const int32_t int_val = 0x83333333;
const uint32_t uint_val = 0xFDDDDDDD;
const int64_t long_val = 0x8444444444444444LL;
const uint64_t ulong_val = 0xFCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCULL;
const float float_val = 3.14159f;
const double double_val = 3.14159265359;
const int test_values_max = 11;
const flatbuffers::voffset_t fields_per_object = 4;
const int num_fuzz_objects = 10000; // The higher, the more thorough :)
flatbuffers::FlatBufferBuilder builder;
lcg_reset(); // Keep it deterministic.
flatbuffers::uoffset_t objects[num_fuzz_objects];
// Generate num_fuzz_objects random objects each consisting of
// fields_per_object fields, each of a random type.
for (int i = 0; i < num_fuzz_objects; i++) {
auto start = builder.StartTable();
for (flatbuffers::voffset_t f = 0; f < fields_per_object; f++) {
int choice = lcg_rand() % test_values_max;
auto off = flatbuffers::FieldIndexToOffset(f);
switch (choice) {
case 0: builder.AddElement<uint8_t >(off, bool_val, 0); break;
case 1: builder.AddElement<int8_t >(off, char_val, 0); break;
case 2: builder.AddElement<uint8_t >(off, uchar_val, 0); break;
case 3: builder.AddElement<int16_t >(off, short_val, 0); break;
case 4: builder.AddElement<uint16_t>(off, ushort_val, 0); break;
case 5: builder.AddElement<int32_t >(off, int_val, 0); break;
case 6: builder.AddElement<uint32_t>(off, uint_val, 0); break;
case 7: builder.AddElement<int64_t >(off, long_val, 0); break;
case 8: builder.AddElement<uint64_t>(off, ulong_val, 0); break;
case 9: builder.AddElement<float >(off, float_val, 0); break;
case 10: builder.AddElement<double >(off, double_val, 0); break;
}
}
objects[i] = builder.EndTable(start, fields_per_object);
}
builder.PreAlign<flatbuffers::largest_scalar_t>(0); // Align whole buffer.
lcg_reset(); // Reset.
uint8_t *eob = builder.GetCurrentBufferPointer() + builder.GetSize();
// Test that all objects we generated are readable and return the
// expected values. We generate random objects in the same order
// so this is deterministic.
for (int i = 0; i < num_fuzz_objects; i++) {
auto table = reinterpret_cast<flatbuffers::Table *>(eob - objects[i]);
for (flatbuffers::voffset_t f = 0; f < fields_per_object; f++) {
int choice = lcg_rand() % test_values_max;
flatbuffers::voffset_t off = flatbuffers::FieldIndexToOffset(f);
switch (choice) {
case 0: CompareTableFieldValue(table, off, bool_val ); break;
case 1: CompareTableFieldValue(table, off, char_val ); break;
case 2: CompareTableFieldValue(table, off, uchar_val ); break;
case 3: CompareTableFieldValue(table, off, short_val ); break;
case 4: CompareTableFieldValue(table, off, ushort_val); break;
case 5: CompareTableFieldValue(table, off, int_val ); break;
case 6: CompareTableFieldValue(table, off, uint_val ); break;
case 7: CompareTableFieldValue(table, off, long_val ); break;
case 8: CompareTableFieldValue(table, off, ulong_val ); break;
case 9: CompareTableFieldValue(table, off, float_val ); break;
case 10: CompareTableFieldValue(table, off, double_val); break;
}
}
}
}
// High level stress/fuzz test: generate a big schema and
// matching json data in random combinations, then parse both,
// generate json back from the binary, and compare with the original.
void FuzzTest2() {
lcg_reset(); // Keep it deterministic.
const int num_definitions = 30;
const int num_struct_definitions = 5; // Subset of num_definitions.
const int fields_per_definition = 15;
const int instances_per_definition = 5;
const int deprecation_rate = 10; // 1 in deprecation_rate fields will
// be deprecated.
std::string schema = "namespace test;\n\n";
struct RndDef {
std::string instances[instances_per_definition];
// Since we're generating schema and corresponding data in tandem,
// this convenience function adds strings to both at once.
static void Add(RndDef (&definitions_l)[num_definitions],
std::string &schema_l,
const int instances_per_definition_l,
const char *schema_add, const char *instance_add,
int definition) {
schema_l += schema_add;
for (int i = 0; i < instances_per_definition_l; i++)
definitions_l[definition].instances[i] += instance_add;
}
};
#define AddToSchemaAndInstances(schema_add, instance_add) \
RndDef::Add(definitions, schema, instances_per_definition, \
schema_add, instance_add, definition)
#define Dummy() \
RndDef::Add(definitions, schema, instances_per_definition, \
"byte", "1", definition)
RndDef definitions[num_definitions];
// We are going to generate num_definitions, the first
// num_struct_definitions will be structs, the rest tables. For each
// generate random fields, some of which may be struct/table types
// referring to previously generated structs/tables.
// Simultanenously, we generate instances_per_definition JSON data
// definitions, which will have identical structure to the schema
// being generated. We generate multiple instances such that when creating
// hierarchy, we get some variety by picking one randomly.
for (int definition = 0; definition < num_definitions; definition++) {
std::string definition_name = "D" + flatbuffers::NumToString(definition);
bool is_struct = definition < num_struct_definitions;
AddToSchemaAndInstances(
((is_struct ? "struct " : "table ") + definition_name + " {\n").c_str(),
"{\n");
for (int field = 0; field < fields_per_definition; field++) {
const bool is_last_field = field == fields_per_definition - 1;
// Deprecate 1 in deprecation_rate fields. Only table fields can be
// deprecated.
// Don't deprecate the last field to avoid dangling commas in JSON.
const bool deprecated = !is_struct &&
!is_last_field &&
(lcg_rand() % deprecation_rate == 0);
std::string field_name = "f" + flatbuffers::NumToString(field);
AddToSchemaAndInstances((" " + field_name + ":").c_str(),
deprecated ? "" : (field_name + ": ").c_str());
// Pick random type:
int base_type = lcg_rand() % (flatbuffers::BASE_TYPE_UNION + 1);
switch (base_type) {
case flatbuffers::BASE_TYPE_STRING:
if (is_struct) {
Dummy(); // No strings in structs.
} else {
AddToSchemaAndInstances("string", deprecated ? "" : "\"hi\"");
}
break;
case flatbuffers::BASE_TYPE_VECTOR:
if (is_struct) {
Dummy(); // No vectors in structs.
}
else {
AddToSchemaAndInstances("[ubyte]",
deprecated ? "" : "[\n0,\n1,\n255\n]");
}
break;
case flatbuffers::BASE_TYPE_NONE:
case flatbuffers::BASE_TYPE_UTYPE:
case flatbuffers::BASE_TYPE_STRUCT:
case flatbuffers::BASE_TYPE_UNION:
if (definition) {
// Pick a random previous definition and random data instance of
// that definition.
int defref = lcg_rand() % definition;
int instance = lcg_rand() % instances_per_definition;
AddToSchemaAndInstances(
("D" + flatbuffers::NumToString(defref)).c_str(),
deprecated
? ""
: definitions[defref].instances[instance].c_str());
} else {
// If this is the first definition, we have no definition we can
// refer to.
Dummy();
}
break;
case flatbuffers::BASE_TYPE_BOOL:
AddToSchemaAndInstances("bool", deprecated
? ""
: (lcg_rand() % 2 ? "true" : "false"));
break;
default:
// All the scalar types.
schema += flatbuffers::kTypeNames[base_type];
if (!deprecated) {
// We want each instance to use its own random value.
for (int inst = 0; inst < instances_per_definition; inst++)
definitions[definition].instances[inst] +=
flatbuffers::NumToString(lcg_rand() % 128).c_str();
}
}
AddToSchemaAndInstances(
deprecated ? "(deprecated);\n" : ";\n",
deprecated ? "" : is_last_field ? "\n" : ",\n");
}
AddToSchemaAndInstances("}\n\n", "}");
}
schema += "root_type D" + flatbuffers::NumToString(num_definitions - 1);
schema += ";\n";
flatbuffers::Parser parser;
// Will not compare against the original if we don't write defaults
parser.builder_.ForceDefaults(true);
// Parse the schema, parse the generated data, then generate text back
// from the binary and compare against the original.
TEST_EQ(parser.Parse(schema.c_str()), true);
const std::string &json =
definitions[num_definitions - 1].instances[0] + "\n";
TEST_EQ(parser.Parse(json.c_str()), true);
std::string jsongen;
parser.opts.indent_step = 0;
auto result = GenerateText(parser, parser.builder_.GetBufferPointer(), &jsongen);
TEST_EQ(result, true);
if (jsongen != json) {
// These strings are larger than a megabyte, so we show the bytes around
// the first bytes that are different rather than the whole string.
size_t len = std::min(json.length(), jsongen.length());
for (size_t i = 0; i < len; i++) {
if (json[i] != jsongen[i]) {
i -= std::min(static_cast<size_t>(10), i); // show some context;
size_t end = std::min(len, i + 20);
for (; i < end; i++)
printf("at %d: found \"%c\", expected \"%c\"\n",
static_cast<int>(i), jsongen[i], json[i]);
break;
}
}
TEST_NOTNULL(NULL);
}
printf("%dk schema tested with %dk of json\n",
static_cast<int>(schema.length() / 1024),
static_cast<int>(json.length() / 1024));
}
// Test that parser errors are actually generated.
void TestError(const char *src, const char *error_substr,
bool strict_json = false) {
flatbuffers::IDLOptions opts;
opts.strict_json = strict_json;
flatbuffers::Parser parser(opts);
TEST_EQ(parser.Parse(src), false); // Must signal error
// Must be the error we're expecting
TEST_NOTNULL(strstr(parser.error_.c_str(), error_substr));
}
// Test that parsing errors occur as we'd expect.
// Also useful for coverage, making sure these paths are run.
void ErrorTest() {
// In order they appear in idl_parser.cpp
TestError("table X { Y:byte; } root_type X; { Y: 999 }", "bit field");
TestError(".0", "floating point");
TestError("\"\0", "illegal");
TestError("\"\\q", "escape code");
TestError("table ///", "documentation");
TestError("@", "illegal");
TestError("table 1", "expecting");
TestError("table X { Y:[[int]]; }", "nested vector");
TestError("union Z { X } table X { Y:[Z]; }", "vector of union");
TestError("table X { Y:1; }", "illegal type");
TestError("table X { Y:int; Y:int; }", "field already");
TestError("struct X { Y:string; }", "only scalar");
TestError("struct X { Y:int (deprecated); }", "deprecate");
TestError("union Z { X } table X { Y:Z; } root_type X; { Y: {}, A:1 }",
"missing type field");
TestError("union Z { X } table X { Y:Z; } root_type X; { Y_type: 99, Y: {",
"type id");
TestError("table X { Y:int; } root_type X; { Z:", "unknown field");
TestError("table X { Y:int; } root_type X; { Y:", "string constant", true);
TestError("table X { Y:int; } root_type X; { \"Y\":1, }", "string constant",
true);
TestError("struct X { Y:int; Z:int; } table W { V:X; } root_type W; "
"{ V:{ Y:1 } }", "wrong number");
TestError("enum E:byte { A } table X { Y:E; } root_type X; { Y:U }",
"unknown enum value");
TestError("table X { Y:byte; } root_type X; { Y:; }", "starting");
TestError("enum X:byte { Y } enum X {", "enum already");
TestError("enum X:float {}", "underlying");
TestError("enum X:byte { Y, Y }", "value already");
TestError("enum X:byte { Y=2, Z=1 }", "ascending");
TestError("enum X:byte (bit_flags) { Y=8 }", "bit flag out");
TestError("table X { Y:int; } table X {", "datatype already");
TestError("struct X (force_align: 7) { Y:int; }", "force_align");
TestError("{}", "no root");
TestError("table X { Y:byte; } root_type X; { Y:1 } { Y:1 }", "one json");
TestError("root_type X;", "unknown root");
TestError("struct X { Y:int; } root_type X;", "a table");
TestError("union X { Y }", "referenced");
TestError("union Z { X } struct X { Y:int; }", "only tables");
TestError("table X { Y:[int]; YLength:int; }", "clash");
TestError("table X { Y:string = 1; }", "scalar");
TestError("table X { Y:byte; } root_type X; { Y:1, Y:2 }", "more than once");
}
template<typename T> T TestValue(const char *json, const char *type_name) {
flatbuffers::Parser parser;
// Simple schema.
TEST_EQ(parser.Parse(std::string("table X { Y:" + std::string(type_name) + "; } root_type X;").c_str()), true);
TEST_EQ(parser.Parse(json), true);
auto root = flatbuffers::GetRoot<T>(parser.builder_.GetBufferPointer());
// root will point to the table, which is a 32bit vtable offset followed
// by a float:
TEST_EQ(sizeof(flatbuffers::soffset_t), 4); // Test assumes 32bit offsets
return root[1];
}
bool FloatCompare(float a, float b) { return fabs(a - b) < 0.001; }
// Additional parser testing not covered elsewhere.
void ValueTest() {
// Test scientific notation numbers.
TEST_EQ(FloatCompare(TestValue<float>("{ Y:0.0314159e+2 }","float"), (float)3.14159), true);
// Test conversion functions.
TEST_EQ(FloatCompare(TestValue<float>("{ Y:cos(rad(180)) }","float"), -1), true);
// Test negative hex constant.
TEST_EQ(TestValue<int>("{ Y:-0x80 }","int") == -128, true);
}
void EnumStringsTest() {
flatbuffers::Parser parser1;
TEST_EQ(parser1.Parse("enum E:byte { A, B, C } table T { F:[E]; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:[ A, B, \"C\", \"A B C\" ] }"), true);
flatbuffers::Parser parser2;
TEST_EQ(parser2.Parse("enum E:byte { A, B, C } table T { F:[int]; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:[ \"E.C\", \"E.A E.B E.C\" ] }"), true);
}
void IntegerOutOfRangeTest() {
TestError("table T { F:byte; } root_type T; { F:256 }",
"constant does not fit");
TestError("table T { F:byte; } root_type T; { F:-257 }",
"constant does not fit");
TestError("table T { F:ubyte; } root_type T; { F:256 }",
"constant does not fit");
TestError("table T { F:ubyte; } root_type T; { F:-257 }",
"constant does not fit");
TestError("table T { F:short; } root_type T; { F:65536 }",
"constant does not fit");
TestError("table T { F:short; } root_type T; { F:-65537 }",
"constant does not fit");
TestError("table T { F:ushort; } root_type T; { F:65536 }",
"constant does not fit");
TestError("table T { F:ushort; } root_type T; { F:-65537 }",
"constant does not fit");
TestError("table T { F:int; } root_type T; { F:4294967296 }",
"constant does not fit");
TestError("table T { F:int; } root_type T; { F:-4294967297 }",
"constant does not fit");
TestError("table T { F:uint; } root_type T; { F:4294967296 }",
"constant does not fit");
TestError("table T { F:uint; } root_type T; { F:-4294967297 }",
"constant does not fit");
}
void UnicodeTest() {
flatbuffers::Parser parser;
// Without setting allow_non_utf8 = true, we treat \x sequences as byte sequences
// which are then validated as UTF-8.
TEST_EQ(parser.Parse("table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\\u20AC\\u00A2\\u30E6\\u30FC\\u30B6\\u30FC"
"\\u5225\\u30B5\\u30A4\\u30C8\\xE2\\x82\\xAC\\u0080\\uD83D\\uDE0E\" }"),
true);
std::string jsongen;
parser.opts.indent_step = -1;
auto result = GenerateText(parser, parser.builder_.GetBufferPointer(), &jsongen);
TEST_EQ(result, true);
TEST_EQ(jsongen,
std::string(
"{F: \"\\u20AC\\u00A2\\u30E6\\u30FC\\u30B6\\u30FC"
"\\u5225\\u30B5\\u30A4\\u30C8\\u20AC\\u0080\\uD83D\\uDE0E\"}"));
}
void UnicodeTestAllowNonUTF8() {
flatbuffers::Parser parser;
parser.opts.allow_non_utf8 = true;
TEST_EQ(parser.Parse("table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\\u20AC\\u00A2\\u30E6\\u30FC\\u30B6\\u30FC"
"\\u5225\\u30B5\\u30A4\\u30C8\\x01\\x80\\u0080\\uD83D\\uDE0E\" }"), true);
std::string jsongen;
parser.opts.indent_step = -1;
auto result = GenerateText(parser, parser.builder_.GetBufferPointer(), &jsongen);
TEST_EQ(result, true);
TEST_EQ(jsongen,
std::string(
"{F: \"\\u20AC\\u00A2\\u30E6\\u30FC\\u30B6\\u30FC"
"\\u5225\\u30B5\\u30A4\\u30C8\\u0001\\x80\\u0080\\uD83D\\uDE0E\"}"));
}
void UnicodeTestGenerateTextFailsOnNonUTF8() {
flatbuffers::Parser parser;
// Allow non-UTF-8 initially to model what happens when we load a binary flatbuffer from disk
// which contains non-UTF-8 strings.
parser.opts.allow_non_utf8 = true;
TEST_EQ(parser.Parse("table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\\u20AC\\u00A2\\u30E6\\u30FC\\u30B6\\u30FC"
"\\u5225\\u30B5\\u30A4\\u30C8\\x01\\x80\\u0080\\uD83D\\uDE0E\" }"), true);
std::string jsongen;
parser.opts.indent_step = -1;
// Now, disallow non-UTF-8 (the default behavior) so GenerateText indicates failure.
parser.opts.allow_non_utf8 = false;
auto result = GenerateText(parser, parser.builder_.GetBufferPointer(), &jsongen);
TEST_EQ(result, false);
}
void UnicodeSurrogatesTest() {
flatbuffers::Parser parser;
TEST_EQ(
parser.Parse(
"table T { F:string (id: 0); }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\\uD83D\\uDCA9\"}"), true);
auto root = flatbuffers::GetRoot<flatbuffers::Table>(
parser.builder_.GetBufferPointer());
auto string = root->GetPointer<flatbuffers::String *>(
flatbuffers::FieldIndexToOffset(0));
TEST_EQ(strcmp(string->c_str(), "\xF0\x9F\x92\xA9"), 0);
}
void UnicodeInvalidSurrogatesTest() {
TestError(
"table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\\uD800\"}", "unpaired high surrogate");
TestError(
"table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\\uD800abcd\"}", "unpaired high surrogate");
TestError(
"table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\\uD800\\n\"}", "unpaired high surrogate");
TestError(
"table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\\uD800\\uD800\"}", "multiple high surrogates");
TestError(
"table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\\uDC00\"}", "unpaired low surrogate");
}
void InvalidUTF8Test() {
// "1 byte" pattern, under min length of 2 bytes
TestError(
"table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\x80\"}", "illegal UTF-8 sequence");
// 2 byte pattern, string too short
TestError(
"table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\xDF\"}", "illegal UTF-8 sequence");
// 3 byte pattern, string too short
TestError(
"table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\xEF\xBF\"}", "illegal UTF-8 sequence");
// 4 byte pattern, string too short
TestError(
"table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\xF7\xBF\xBF\"}", "illegal UTF-8 sequence");
// "5 byte" pattern, string too short
TestError(
"table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\xFB\xBF\xBF\xBF\"}", "illegal UTF-8 sequence");
// "6 byte" pattern, string too short
TestError(
"table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\xFD\xBF\xBF\xBF\xBF\"}", "illegal UTF-8 sequence");
// "7 byte" pattern, string too short
TestError(
"table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\xFE\xBF\xBF\xBF\xBF\xBF\"}", "illegal UTF-8 sequence");
// "5 byte" pattern, over max length of 4 bytes
TestError(
"table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\xFB\xBF\xBF\xBF\xBF\"}", "illegal UTF-8 sequence");
// "6 byte" pattern, over max length of 4 bytes
TestError(
"table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\xFD\xBF\xBF\xBF\xBF\xBF\"}", "illegal UTF-8 sequence");
// "7 byte" pattern, over max length of 4 bytes
TestError(
"table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\xFE\xBF\xBF\xBF\xBF\xBF\xBF\"}", "illegal UTF-8 sequence");
// Three invalid encodings for U+000A (\n, aka NEWLINE)
TestError(
"table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\xC0\x8A\"}", "illegal UTF-8 sequence");
TestError(
"table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\xE0\x80\x8A\"}", "illegal UTF-8 sequence");
TestError(
"table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\xF0\x80\x80\x8A\"}", "illegal UTF-8 sequence");
// Two invalid encodings for U+00A9 (COPYRIGHT SYMBOL)
TestError(
"table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\xE0\x81\xA9\"}", "illegal UTF-8 sequence");
TestError(
"table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\xF0\x80\x81\xA9\"}", "illegal UTF-8 sequence");
// Invalid encoding for U+20AC (EURO SYMBOL)
TestError(
"table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
"{ F:\"\xF0\x82\x82\xAC\"}", "illegal UTF-8 sequence");
// UTF-16 surrogate values between U+D800 and U+DFFF cannot be encoded in UTF-8
TestError(
"table T { F:string; }"
"root_type T;"
// U+10400 "encoded" as U+D801 U+DC00
"{ F:\"\xED\xA0\x81\xED\xB0\x80\"}", "illegal UTF-8 sequence");
}
void UnknownFieldsTest() {
flatbuffers::IDLOptions opts;
opts.skip_unexpected_fields_in_json = true;
flatbuffers::Parser parser(opts);
TEST_EQ(parser.Parse("table T { str:string; i:int;}"
"root_type T;"
"{ str:\"test\","
"unknown_string:\"test\","
"\"unknown_string\":\"test\","
"unknown_int:10,"
"unknown_float:1.0,"
"unknown_array: [ 1, 2, 3, 4],"
"unknown_object: { i: 10 },"
"\"unknown_object\": { \"i\": 10 },"
"i:10}"), true);
std::string jsongen;
parser.opts.indent_step = -1;
auto result = GenerateText(parser, parser.builder_.GetBufferPointer(), &jsongen);
TEST_EQ(result, true);
TEST_EQ(jsongen == "{str: \"test\",i: 10}", true);
}
void ParseUnionTest() {
// Unions must be parseable with the type field following the object.
flatbuffers::Parser parser;
TEST_EQ(parser.Parse("table T { A:int; }"
"union U { T }"
"table V { X:U; }"
"root_type V;"
"{ X:{ A:1 }, X_type: T }"), true);
// Unions must be parsable with prefixed namespace.
flatbuffers::Parser parser2;
TEST_EQ(parser2.Parse("namespace N; table A {} namespace; union U { N.A }"
"table B { e:U; } root_type B;"
"{ e_type: N_A, e: {} }"), true);
}
void ConformTest() {
flatbuffers::Parser parser;
TEST_EQ(parser.Parse("table T { A:int; } enum E:byte { A }"), true);
auto test_conform = [&](const char *test, const char *expected_err) {
flatbuffers::Parser parser2;
TEST_EQ(parser2.Parse(test), true);
auto err = parser2.ConformTo(parser);
TEST_NOTNULL(strstr(err.c_str(), expected_err));
};
test_conform("table T { A:byte; }", "types differ for field");
test_conform("table T { B:int; A:int; }", "offsets differ for field");
test_conform("table T { A:int = 1; }", "defaults differ for field");
test_conform("table T { B:float; }", "field renamed to different type");
test_conform("enum E:byte { B, A }", "values differ for enum");
}
int main(int /*argc*/, const char * /*argv*/[]) {
// Run our various test suites:
std::string rawbuf;
auto flatbuf = CreateFlatBufferTest(rawbuf);
AccessFlatBufferTest(reinterpret_cast<const uint8_t *>(rawbuf.c_str()),
rawbuf.length());
AccessFlatBufferTest(flatbuf.get(), rawbuf.length());
MutateFlatBuffersTest(flatbuf.get(), rawbuf.length());
ObjectFlatBuffersTest(flatbuf.get());
SizePrefixedTest();
#ifndef FLATBUFFERS_NO_FILE_TESTS
ParseAndGenerateTextTest();
ReflectionTest(flatbuf.get(), rawbuf.length());
ParseProtoTest();
#endif
FuzzTest1();
FuzzTest2();
ErrorTest();
ValueTest();
EnumStringsTest();
IntegerOutOfRangeTest();
UnicodeTest();
UnicodeTestAllowNonUTF8();
UnicodeTestGenerateTextFailsOnNonUTF8();
UnicodeSurrogatesTest();
UnicodeInvalidSurrogatesTest();
InvalidUTF8Test();
UnknownFieldsTest();
ParseUnionTest();
ConformTest();
if (!testing_fails) {
TEST_OUTPUT_LINE("ALL TESTS PASSED");
return 0;
} else {
TEST_OUTPUT_LINE("%d FAILED TESTS", testing_fails);
return 1;
}
}