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Provides the configuration class, which holds all information related to
how this invocation of the test suite should be run.
from __future__ import absolute_import
from __future__ import print_function
# System modules
import os
# Third-party modules
import unittest2
# LLDB Modules
import lldbsuite
# The test suite.
suite = unittest2.TestSuite()
# The list of categories we said we care about
categoriesList = None
# set to true if we are going to use categories for cherry-picking test cases
useCategories = False
# Categories we want to skip
skipCategories = ["darwin-log"]
# use this to track per-category failures
failuresPerCategory = {}
# The path to LLDB.framework is optional.
lldbFrameworkPath = None
# Test suite repeat count. Can be overwritten with '-# count'.
count = 1
# The 'arch' and 'compiler' can be specified via command line.
arch = None # Must be initialized after option parsing
compiler = None # Must be initialized after option parsing
# The overriden dwarf verison.
dwarf_version = 0
# Path to the FileCheck testing tool. Not optional.
filecheck = None
# The arch might dictate some specific CFLAGS to be passed to the toolchain to build
# the inferior programs. The global variable cflags_extras provides a hook to do
# just that.
cflags_extras = ''
# The filters (testclass.testmethod) used to admit tests into our test suite.
filters = []
# The regular expression pattern to match against eligible filenames as
# our test cases.
regexp = None
# Sets of tests which are excluded at runtime
skip_tests = None
xfail_tests = None
# By default, recorded session info for errored/failed test are dumped into its
# own file under a session directory named after the timestamp of the test suite
# run. Use '-s session-dir-name' to specify a specific dir name.
sdir_name = None
# Valid options:
# f - test file name (without extension)
# n - test class name
# m - test method name
# a - architecture
# c - compiler path
# The default is to write all fields.
session_file_format = 'fnmac'
# Set this flag if there is any session info dumped during the test run.
sdir_has_content = False
# svn_info stores the output from 'svn info lldb.base.dir'.
svn_info = ''
# Default verbosity is 0.
verbose = 0
# By default, search from the script directory.
# We can't use sys.path[0] to determine the script directory
# because it doesn't work under a debugger
testdirs = [os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__))]
# Separator string.
separator = '-' * 70
failed = False
# LLDB Remote platform setting
lldb_platform_name = None
lldb_platform_url = None
lldb_platform_working_dir = None
# The base directory in which the tests are being built.
test_build_dir = None
# The clang module cache directory used by lldb.
lldb_module_cache_dir = None
# The clang module cache directory used by clang.
clang_module_cache_dir = None
# The only directory to scan for tests. If multiple test directories are
# specified, and an exclusive test subdirectory is specified, the latter option
# takes precedence.
exclusive_test_subdir = None
# Test results handling globals
results_filename = None
results_formatter_name = None
results_formatter_object = None
results_formatter_options = None
test_result = None
# Test rerun configuration vars
rerun_all_issues = False
# The names of all tests. Used to assert we don't have two tests with the
# same base name.
all_tests = set()
def shouldSkipBecauseOfCategories(test_categories):
if useCategories:
if len(test_categories) == 0 or len(
categoriesList & set(test_categories)) == 0:
return True
for category in skipCategories:
if category in test_categories:
return True
return False
def get_absolute_path_to_exclusive_test_subdir():
If an exclusive test subdirectory is specified, return its absolute path.
Otherwise return None.
test_directory = os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__))
if not exclusive_test_subdir:
if len(exclusive_test_subdir) > 0:
test_subdir = os.path.join(test_directory, exclusive_test_subdir)
if os.path.isdir(test_subdir):
return test_subdir
print('specified test subdirectory {} is not a valid directory\n'
def get_absolute_path_to_root_test_dir():
If an exclusive test subdirectory is specified, return its absolute path.
Otherwise, return the absolute path of the root test directory.
test_subdir = get_absolute_path_to_exclusive_test_subdir()
if test_subdir:
return test_subdir
return os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__))
def get_filecheck_path():
Get the path to the FileCheck testing tool.
if filecheck and os.path.lexists(filecheck):
return filecheck