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A simple testing framework for lldb using python's unit testing framework.
Tests for lldb are written as python scripts which take advantage of the script
bridging provided by LLDB.framework to interact with lldb core.
A specific naming pattern is followed by the .py script to be recognized as
a module which implements a test scenario, namely, Test*.py.
To specify the directories where "Test*.py" python test scripts are located,
you need to pass in a list of directory names. By default, the current
working directory is searched if nothing is specified on the command line.
./ -h
for available options.
from __future__ import absolute_import
from __future__ import print_function
# System modules
import atexit
import datetime
import errno
import logging
import os
import platform
import re
import signal
import subprocess
import sys
# Third-party modules
import six
import unittest2
# LLDB Modules
import lldbsuite
from . import configuration
from . import dotest_args
from . import lldbtest_config
from . import test_categories
from lldbsuite.test_event import formatter
from . import test_result
from lldbsuite.test_event.event_builder import EventBuilder
from import seven
def get_dotest_invocation():
return ' '.join(sys.argv)
def is_exe(fpath):
"""Returns true if fpath is an executable."""
if fpath == None:
return False
return os.path.isfile(fpath) and os.access(fpath, os.X_OK)
def which(program):
"""Returns the full path to a program; None otherwise."""
fpath, _ = os.path.split(program)
if fpath:
if is_exe(program):
return program
for path in os.environ["PATH"].split(os.pathsep):
exe_file = os.path.join(path, program)
if is_exe(exe_file):
return exe_file
return None
def usage(parser):
if configuration.verbose > 0:
This is an example of using the -f option to pinpoint to a specific test class
and test method to be run:
$ ./ -f ClassTypesTestCase.test_with_dsym_and_run_command
Collected 1 test
test_with_dsym_and_run_command (TestClassTypes.ClassTypesTestCase)
Test 'frame variable this' when stopped on a class constructor. ... ok
Ran 1 test in 1.396s
And this is an example of using the -p option to run a single file (the filename
matches the pattern 'ObjC' and it happens to be ''):
$ ./ -v -p ObjC
Collected 4 tests
test_break_with_dsym (TestObjCMethods.FoundationTestCase)
Test setting objc breakpoints using '_regexp-break' and 'breakpoint set'. ... ok
test_break_with_dwarf (TestObjCMethods.FoundationTestCase)
Test setting objc breakpoints using '_regexp-break' and 'breakpoint set'. ... ok
test_data_type_and_expr_with_dsym (TestObjCMethods.FoundationTestCase)
Lookup objective-c data types and evaluate expressions. ... ok
test_data_type_and_expr_with_dwarf (TestObjCMethods.FoundationTestCase)
Lookup objective-c data types and evaluate expressions. ... ok
Ran 4 tests in 16.661s
Running of this script also sets up the LLDB_TEST environment variable so that
individual test cases can locate their supporting files correctly. The script
tries to set up Python's search paths for modules by looking at the build tree
relative to this script. See also the '-i' option in the following example.
Finally, this is an example of using the module distributed/installed by
Xcode4 to run against the tests under the 'forward' directory, and with the '-w'
option to add some delay between two tests. It uses ARCH=x86_64 to specify that
as the architecture and CC=clang to specify the compiler used for the test run:
$ PYTHONPATH=/Xcode4/Library/PrivateFrameworks/LLDB.framework/Versions/A/Resources/Python ARCH=x86_64 CC=clang ./ -v -w -i forward
Session logs for test failures/errors will go into directory '2010-11-11-13_56_16'
Collected 2 tests
test_with_dsym_and_run_command (TestForwardDeclaration.ForwardDeclarationTestCase)
Display *bar_ptr when stopped on a function with forward declaration of struct bar. ... ok
test_with_dwarf_and_run_command (TestForwardDeclaration.ForwardDeclarationTestCase)
Display *bar_ptr when stopped on a function with forward declaration of struct bar. ... ok
Ran 2 tests in 5.659s
The 'Session ...' verbiage is recently introduced (see also the '-s' option) to
notify the directory containing the session logs for test failures or errors.
In case there is any test failure/error, a similar message is appended at the
end of the stderr output for your convenience.
Option 1:
Writing logs into different files per test case::
$ ./ --channel "lldb all"
$ ./ --channel "lldb all" --channel "gdb-remote packets"
These log files are written to:
<session-dir>/<test-id>-host.log (logs from lldb host process)
<session-dir>/<test-id>-server.log (logs from debugserver/lldb-server)
<session-dir>/<test-id>-<test-result>.log (console logs)
By default, logs from successful runs are deleted. Use the --log-success flag
to create reference logs for debugging.
$ ./ --log-success
def parseExclusion(exclusion_file):
"""Parse an exclusion file, of the following format, where
'skip files', 'skip methods', 'xfail files', and 'xfail methods'
are the possible list heading values:
skip files
<file name>
<file name>
xfail methods
<method name>
excl_type = None
with open(exclusion_file) as f:
for line in f:
line = line.strip()
if not excl_type:
excl_type = line
if not line:
excl_type = None
elif excl_type == 'skip':
if not configuration.skip_tests:
configuration.skip_tests = []
elif excl_type == 'xfail':
if not configuration.xfail_tests:
configuration.xfail_tests = []
def parseOptionsAndInitTestdirs():
"""Initialize the list of directories containing our unittest scripts.
'-h/--help as the first option prints out usage info and exit the program.
do_help = False
platform_system = platform.system()
platform_machine = platform.machine()
parser = dotest_args.create_parser()
args = parser.parse_args()
if args.unset_env_varnames:
for env_var in args.unset_env_varnames:
if env_var in os.environ:
# From Python Doc: When unsetenv() is supported, deletion of items in os.environ
# is automatically translated into a corresponding call to
# unsetenv().
del os.environ[env_var]
# os.unsetenv(env_var)
if args.set_env_vars:
for env_var in args.set_env_vars:
parts = env_var.split('=', 1)
if len(parts) == 1:
os.environ[parts[0]] = ""
os.environ[parts[0]] = parts[1]
if args.set_inferior_env_vars:
lldbtest_config.inferior_env = ' '.join(args.set_inferior_env_vars)
# Only print the args if being verbose.
if args.v:
if args.h:
do_help = True
if args.compiler:
configuration.compiler = os.path.realpath(args.compiler)
if not is_exe(configuration.compiler):
configuration.compiler = which(args.compiler)
if not is_exe(configuration.compiler):
'%s is not a valid compiler executable; aborting...',
# Use a compiler appropriate appropriate for the Apple SDK if one was
# specified
if platform_system == 'Darwin' and args.apple_sdk:
configuration.compiler = seven.get_command_output(
'xcrun -sdk "%s" -find clang 2> /dev/null' %
# 'clang' on ubuntu 14.04 is 3.4 so we try clang-3.5 first
candidateCompilers = ['clang-3.5', 'clang', 'gcc']
for candidate in candidateCompilers:
if which(candidate):
configuration.compiler = candidate
if args.dsymutil:
os.environ['DSYMUTIL'] = args.dsymutil
elif platform_system == 'Darwin':
os.environ['DSYMUTIL'] = seven.get_command_output(
'xcrun -find -toolchain default dsymutil')
if args.filecheck:
# The lldb-dotest script produced by the CMake build passes in a path
# to a working FileCheck binary. So does one specific Xcode project
# target. However, when invoking directly, a valid --filecheck
# option needs to be given.
configuration.filecheck = os.path.abspath(args.filecheck)
if not configuration.get_filecheck_path():
logging.warning('No valid FileCheck executable; some tests may fail...')
logging.warning('(Double-check the --filecheck argument to')
if args.channels:
lldbtest_config.channels = args.channels
if args.log_success:
lldbtest_config.log_success = args.log_success
if args.out_of_tree_debugserver:
lldbtest_config.out_of_tree_debugserver = args.out_of_tree_debugserver
# Set SDKROOT if we are using an Apple SDK
if platform_system == 'Darwin' and args.apple_sdk:
os.environ['SDKROOT'] = seven.get_command_output(
'xcrun --sdk "%s" --show-sdk-path 2> /dev/null' %
if args.arch:
configuration.arch = args.arch
if configuration.arch.startswith(
'arm') and platform_system == 'Darwin' and not args.apple_sdk:
os.environ['SDKROOT'] = seven.get_command_output(
'xcrun --sdk iphoneos.internal --show-sdk-path 2> /dev/null')
if not os.path.exists(os.environ['SDKROOT']):
os.environ['SDKROOT'] = seven.get_command_output(
'xcrun --sdk iphoneos --show-sdk-path 2> /dev/null')
configuration.arch = platform_machine
if args.categoriesList:
configuration.categoriesList = set(
args.categoriesList, False))
configuration.useCategories = True
configuration.categoriesList = []
if args.skipCategories:
configuration.skipCategories += test_categories.validate(
args.skipCategories, False)
if args.E:
os.environ['CFLAGS_EXTRAS'] = args.E
if args.dwarf_version:
configuration.dwarf_version = args.dwarf_version
# We cannot modify CFLAGS_EXTRAS because they're used in test cases
# that explicitly require no debug info.
os.environ['CFLAGS'] = '-gdwarf-{}'.format(configuration.dwarf_version)
if args.d:
"Suspending the process %d to wait for debugger to attach...\n" %
os.kill(os.getpid(), signal.SIGSTOP)
if args.f:
if any([x.startswith('-') for x in args.f]):
if args.framework:
configuration.lldbFrameworkPath = args.framework
if args.executable:
# lldb executable is passed explicitly
lldbtest_config.lldbExec = os.path.realpath(args.executable)
if not is_exe(lldbtest_config.lldbExec):
lldbtest_config.lldbExec = which(args.executable)
if not is_exe(lldbtest_config.lldbExec):
'%s is not a valid executable to test; aborting...',
if args.server:
os.environ['LLDB_DEBUGSERVER_PATH'] = args.server
if args.excluded:
for excl_file in args.excluded:
if args.p:
if args.p.startswith('-'):
configuration.regexp = args.p
if args.s:
configuration.sdir_name = args.s
timestamp_started ="%Y-%m-%d-%H_%M_%S")
configuration.sdir_name = os.path.join(os.getcwd(), timestamp_started)
configuration.session_file_format = args.session_file_format
if args.t:
os.environ['LLDB_COMMAND_TRACE'] = 'YES'
if args.v:
configuration.verbose = 2
# argparse makes sure we have a number
configuration.count =
if sys.platform.startswith('win32'):
os.environ['LLDB_DISABLE_CRASH_DIALOG'] = str(
if do_help:
if args.results_file:
configuration.results_filename = args.results_file
if args.results_formatter:
configuration.results_formatter_name = args.results_formatter
if args.results_formatter_options:
configuration.results_formatter_options = args.results_formatter_options
# Default to using the BasicResultsFormatter if no formatter is specified.
if configuration.results_formatter_name is None:
configuration.results_formatter_name = (
# rerun-related arguments
configuration.rerun_all_issues = args.rerun_all_issues
if args.lldb_platform_name:
configuration.lldb_platform_name = args.lldb_platform_name
if args.lldb_platform_url:
configuration.lldb_platform_url = args.lldb_platform_url
if args.lldb_platform_working_dir:
configuration.lldb_platform_working_dir = args.lldb_platform_working_dir
if args.test_build_dir:
configuration.test_build_dir = args.test_build_dir
if args.lldb_module_cache_dir:
configuration.lldb_module_cache_dir = args.lldb_module_cache_dir
configuration.lldb_module_cache_dir = os.path.join(
configuration.test_build_dir, 'module-cache-lldb')
if args.clang_module_cache_dir:
configuration.clang_module_cache_dir = args.clang_module_cache_dir
configuration.clang_module_cache_dir = os.path.join(
configuration.test_build_dir, 'module-cache-clang')
os.environ['CLANG_MODULE_CACHE_DIR'] = configuration.clang_module_cache_dir
# Gather all the dirs passed on the command line.
if len(args.args) > 0:
configuration.testdirs = [os.path.realpath(os.path.abspath(x)) for x in args.args]
lldbtest_config.codesign_identity = args.codesign_identity
def setupTestResults():
"""Sets up test results-related objects based on arg settings."""
# Setup the results formatter configuration.
formatter_config = formatter.FormatterConfig()
formatter_config.filename = configuration.results_filename
formatter_config.formatter_name = configuration.results_formatter_name
formatter_config.formatter_options = (
# Create the results formatter.
formatter_spec = formatter.create_results_formatter(
if formatter_spec is not None and formatter_spec.formatter is not None:
configuration.results_formatter_object = formatter_spec.formatter
# Send an initialize message to the formatter.
initialize_event = EventBuilder.bare_event("initialize")
initialize_event["worker_count"] = 1
# Make sure we clean up the formatter on shutdown.
if formatter_spec.cleanup_func is not None:
def setupSysPath():
Add LLDB.framework/Resources/Python to the search paths for modules.
As a side effect, we also discover the 'lldb' executable and export it here.
# Get the directory containing the current script.
if "DOTEST_PROFILE" in os.environ and "DOTEST_SCRIPT_DIR" in os.environ:
scriptPath = os.environ["DOTEST_SCRIPT_DIR"]
scriptPath = os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__))
if not scriptPath.endswith('test'):
print("This script expects to reside in lldb's test directory.")
os.environ["LLDB_TEST"] = scriptPath
# Set up the root build directory.
builddir = configuration.test_build_dir
if not configuration.test_build_dir:
raise Exception("test_build_dir is not set")
os.environ["LLDB_BUILD"] = os.path.abspath(configuration.test_build_dir)
# Set up the LLDB_SRC environment variable, so that the tests can locate
# the LLDB source code.
os.environ["LLDB_SRC"] = lldbsuite.lldb_root
pluginPath = os.path.join(scriptPath, 'plugins')
toolsLLDBVSCode = os.path.join(scriptPath, 'tools', 'lldb-vscode')
toolsLLDBServerPath = os.path.join(scriptPath, 'tools', 'lldb-server')
# Insert script dir, plugin dir and lldb-server dir to the sys.path.
sys.path.insert(0, pluginPath)
# Adding test/tools/lldb-vscode to the path makes it easy to
# "import lldb_vscode_testcase" from the VSCode tests
sys.path.insert(0, toolsLLDBVSCode)
# Adding test/tools/lldb-server to the path makes it easy
sys.path.insert(0, toolsLLDBServerPath)
# to "import lldbgdbserverutils" from the lldb-server tests
# This is the root of the lldb git/svn checkout
# When this changes over to a package instead of a standalone script, this
# will be `lldbsuite.lldb_root`
lldbRootDirectory = lldbsuite.lldb_root
# Some of the tests can invoke the 'lldb' command directly.
# We'll try to locate the appropriate executable right here.
# The lldb executable can be set from the command line
# if it's not set, we try to find it now
# first, we try the environment
if not lldbtest_config.lldbExec:
# First, you can define an environment variable LLDB_EXEC specifying the
# full pathname of the lldb executable.
if "LLDB_EXEC" in os.environ:
lldbtest_config.lldbExec = os.environ["LLDB_EXEC"]
if not lldbtest_config.lldbExec:
# Last, check the path
lldbtest_config.lldbExec = which('lldb')
if lldbtest_config.lldbExec and not is_exe(lldbtest_config.lldbExec):
"'{}' is not a path to a valid executable".format(
lldbtest_config.lldbExec = None
if not lldbtest_config.lldbExec:
print("The 'lldb' executable cannot be located. Some of the tests may not be run as a result.")
# confusingly, this is the "bin" directory
lldbLibDir = os.path.dirname(lldbtest_config.lldbExec)
os.environ["LLDB_LIB_DIR"] = lldbLibDir
lldbImpLibDir = os.path.join(
'lib') if sys.platform.startswith('win32') else lldbLibDir
os.environ["LLDB_IMPLIB_DIR"] = lldbImpLibDir
print("LLDB library dir:", os.environ["LLDB_LIB_DIR"])
print("LLDB import library dir:", os.environ["LLDB_IMPLIB_DIR"])
os.system('%s -v' % lldbtest_config.lldbExec)
lldbDir = os.path.dirname(lldbtest_config.lldbExec)
lldbVSCodeExec = os.path.join(lldbDir, "lldb-vscode")
if is_exe(lldbVSCodeExec):
os.environ["LLDBVSCODE_EXEC"] = lldbVSCodeExec
if not configuration.shouldSkipBecauseOfCategories(["lldb-vscode"]):
"The 'lldb-vscode' executable cannot be located. The lldb-vscode tests can not be run as a result.")
lldbPythonDir = None # The directory that contains 'lldb/'
if not configuration.lldbFrameworkPath and os.path.exists(os.path.join(lldbLibDir, "LLDB.framework")):
configuration.lldbFrameworkPath = os.path.join(lldbLibDir, "LLDB.framework")
if configuration.lldbFrameworkPath:
lldbtest_config.lldbFrameworkPath = configuration.lldbFrameworkPath
candidatePath = os.path.join(
configuration.lldbFrameworkPath, 'Resources', 'Python')
if os.path.isfile(os.path.join(candidatePath, 'lldb/')):
lldbPythonDir = candidatePath
if not lldbPythonDir:
'Resources/Python/lldb/ was not found in ' +
# If our lldb supports the -P option, use it to find the python path:
init_in_python_dir = os.path.join('lldb', '')
lldb_dash_p_result = subprocess.check_output(
[lldbtest_config.lldbExec, "-P"], stderr=subprocess.STDOUT, universal_newlines=True)
if lldb_dash_p_result and not lldb_dash_p_result.startswith(
("<", "lldb: invalid option:")) and not lldb_dash_p_result.startswith("Traceback"):
lines = lldb_dash_p_result.splitlines()
# Workaround for readline vs libedit issue on FreeBSD. If stdout
# is not a terminal Python executes
# rl_variable_bind ("enable-meta-key", "off");
# This produces a warning with FreeBSD's libedit because the
# enable-meta-key variable is unknown. Not an issue on Apple
# because cpython commit f0ab6f9f0603 added a #ifndef __APPLE__
# around the call. See for more
# information. For now we just discard the warning output.
if len(lines) >= 1 and lines[0].startswith(
"bind: Invalid command"):
# Taking the last line because lldb outputs
# 'Cannot read termcap database;\nusing dumb terminal settings.\n'
# before the path
if len(lines) >= 1 and os.path.isfile(
os.path.join(lines[-1], init_in_python_dir)):
lldbPythonDir = lines[-1]
if "freebsd" in sys.platform or "linux" in sys.platform:
os.environ['LLDB_LIB_DIR'] = os.path.join(
lldbPythonDir, '..', '..')
if not lldbPythonDir:
"Unable to load lldb extension module. Possible reasons for this include:")
print(" 1) LLDB was built with LLDB_DISABLE_PYTHON=1")
" 2) PYTHONPATH and PYTHONHOME are not set correctly. PYTHONHOME should refer to")
" the version of Python that LLDB built and linked against, and PYTHONPATH")
" should contain the Lib directory for the same python distro, as well as the")
print(" location of LLDB\'s site-packages folder.")
" 3) A different version of Python than that which was built against is exported in")
print(" the system\'s PATH environment variable, causing conflicts.")
" 4) The executable '%s' could not be found. Please check " %
print(" that it exists and is executable.")
if lldbPythonDir:
lldbPythonDir = os.path.normpath(lldbPythonDir)
# Some of the code that uses this path assumes it hasn't resolved the Versions... link.
# If the path we've constructed looks like that, then we'll strip out
# the Versions/A part.
(before, frameWithVersion, after) = lldbPythonDir.rpartition(
if frameWithVersion != "":
lldbPythonDir = before + "LLDB.framework" + after
lldbPythonDir = os.path.abspath(lldbPythonDir)
# If tests need to find LLDB_FRAMEWORK, now they can do it
os.environ["LLDB_FRAMEWORK"] = os.path.dirname(
# This is to locate the module. Insert it right after
# sys.path[0].
sys.path[1:1] = [lldbPythonDir]
def visit_file(dir, name):
# Try to match the regexp pattern, if specified.
if configuration.regexp:
if not, name):
# We didn't match the regex, we're done.
if configuration.skip_tests:
for file_regexp in configuration.skip_tests:
if, name):
# We found a match for our test. Add it to the suite.
# Update the sys.path first.
if not sys.path.count(dir):
sys.path.insert(0, dir)
base = os.path.splitext(name)[0]
# Thoroughly check the filterspec against the base module and admit
# the (base, filterspec) combination only when it makes sense.
def check(obj, parts):
for part in parts:
parent, obj = obj, getattr(obj, part)
except AttributeError:
# The filterspec has failed.
return False
return True
module = __import__(base)
def iter_filters():
for filterspec in configuration.filters:
parts = filterspec.split('.')
if check(module, parts):
yield filterspec
elif parts[0] == base and len(parts) > 1 and check(module, parts[1:]):
yield '.'.join(parts[1:])
for key,value in module.__dict__.items():
if check(value, parts):
yield key + '.' + filterspec
filtered = False
for filterspec in iter_filters():
filtered = True
print("adding filter spec %s to module %s" % (filterspec, repr(module)))
tests = unittest2.defaultTestLoader.loadTestsFromName(filterspec, module)
# Forgo this module if the (base, filterspec) combo is invalid
if configuration.filters and not filtered:
if not filtered:
# Add the entire file's worth of tests since we're not filtered.
# Also the fail-over case when the filterspec branch
# (base, filterspec) combo doesn't make sense.
def visit(prefix, dir, names):
"""Visitor function for os.path.walk(path, visit, arg)."""
dir_components = set(dir.split(os.sep))
excluded_components = set(['.svn', '.git'])
if dir_components.intersection(excluded_components):
# Gather all the Python test file names that follow the Test*.py pattern.
python_test_files = [
for name in names
if name.endswith('.py') and name.startswith(prefix)]
# Visit all the python test files.
for name in python_test_files:
# Ensure we error out if we have multiple tests with the same
# base name.
# Future improvement: find all the places where we work with base
# names and convert to full paths. We have directory structure
# to disambiguate these, so we shouldn't need this constraint.
if name in configuration.all_tests:
raise Exception("Found multiple tests with the name %s" % name)
# Run the relevant tests in the python file.
visit_file(dir, name)
except Exception as ex:
# Convert this exception to a test event error for the file.
test_filename = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(dir, name))
if configuration.results_formatter_object is not None:
# Grab the backtrace for the exception.
import traceback
backtrace = traceback.format_exc()
# Generate the test event.
test_filename, ex, backtrace))
def disabledynamics():
import lldb
ci = lldb.DBG.GetCommandInterpreter()
res = lldb.SBCommandReturnObject()
"setting set target.prefer-dynamic-value no-dynamic-values",
if not res.Succeeded():
raise Exception('disabling dynamic type support failed')
# ======================================== #
# #
# Execution of the test driver starts here #
# #
# ======================================== #
def checkDsymForUUIDIsNotOn():
cmd = ["defaults", "read", ""]
process = subprocess.Popen(
cmd_output =
output_str = cmd_output.decode("utf-8")
if "DBGFileMappedPaths = " in output_str:
print("%s =>" % ' '.join(cmd))
"Disable automatic lookup and caching of dSYMs before running the test suite!")
def exitTestSuite(exitCode=None):
import lldb
if exitCode:
def getVersionForSDK(sdk):
sdk = str.lower(sdk)
full_path = seven.get_command_output('xcrun -sdk %s --show-sdk-path' % sdk)
basename = os.path.basename(full_path)
basename = os.path.splitext(basename)[0]
basename = str.lower(basename)
ver = basename.replace(sdk, '')
return ver
def setDefaultTripleForPlatform():
if configuration.lldb_platform_name == 'ios-simulator':
triple_str = 'x86_64-apple-ios%s' % (
os.environ['TRIPLE'] = triple_str
return {'TRIPLE': triple_str}
return {}
def checkCompiler():
# Add some intervention here to sanity check that the compiler requested is sane.
# If found not to be an executable program, we abort.
c = configuration.compiler
if which(c):
if not sys.platform.startswith("darwin"):
raise Exception(c + " is not a valid compiler")
pipe = subprocess.Popen(
['xcrun', '-find', c], stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=subprocess.STDOUT)
cmd_output =
if not cmd_output or "not found" in cmd_output:
raise Exception(c + " is not a valid compiler")
configuration.compiler = cmd_output.split('\n')[0]
print("'xcrun -find %s' returning %s" % (c, configuration.compiler))
def canRunLibcxxTests():
from lldbsuite.test import lldbplatformutil
platform = lldbplatformutil.getPlatform()
if lldbplatformutil.target_is_android() or lldbplatformutil.platformIsDarwin():
return True, "libc++ always present"
if platform == "linux":
if not os.path.isdir("/usr/include/c++/v1"):
return False, "Unable to find libc++ installation"
return True, "Headers found, let's hope they work"
return False, "Don't know how to build with libc++ on %s" % platform
def checkLibcxxSupport():
result, reason = canRunLibcxxTests()
if result:
return # libc++ supported
if "libc++" in configuration.categoriesList:
return # libc++ category explicitly requested, let it run.
print("Libc++ tests will not be run because: " + reason)
def canRunLibstdcxxTests():
from lldbsuite.test import lldbplatformutil
platform = lldbplatformutil.getPlatform()
if lldbplatformutil.target_is_android():
platform = "android"
if platform == "linux":
return True, "libstdcxx always present"
return False, "Don't know how to build with libstdcxx on %s" % platform
def checkLibstdcxxSupport():
result, reason = canRunLibstdcxxTests()
if result:
return # libstdcxx supported
if "libstdcxx" in configuration.categoriesList:
return # libstdcxx category explicitly requested, let it run.
print("libstdcxx tests will not be run because: " + reason)
def canRunWatchpointTests():
from lldbsuite.test import lldbplatformutil
platform = lldbplatformutil.getPlatform()
if platform == "netbsd":
if os.geteuid() == 0:
return True, "root can always write dbregs"
output = subprocess.check_output(["/sbin/sysctl", "-n",
if output == "1":
return True, "security.models.extensions.user_set_dbregs enabled"
except subprocess.CalledProcessError:
return False, "security.models.extensions.user_set_dbregs disabled"
return True, "watchpoint support available"
def checkWatchpointSupport():
result, reason = canRunWatchpointTests()
if result:
return # watchpoints supported
if "watchpoint" in configuration.categoriesList:
return # watchpoint category explicitly requested, let it run.
print("watchpoint tests will not be run because: " + reason)
def checkDebugInfoSupport():
import lldb
platform = lldb.DBG.GetSelectedPlatform().GetTriple().split('-')[2]
compiler = configuration.compiler
skipped = []
for cat in test_categories.debug_info_categories:
if cat in configuration.categoriesList:
continue # Category explicitly requested, let it run.
if test_categories.is_supported_on_platform(cat, platform, compiler):
if skipped:
print("Skipping following debug info categories:", skipped)
def run_suite():
# On MacOS X, check to make sure that domain for defaults
# does not exist before proceeding to running the test suite.
if sys.platform.startswith("darwin"):
# Start the actions by first parsing the options while setting up the test
# directories, followed by setting up the search paths for lldb utilities;
# then, we walk the directory trees and collect the tests into our test suite.
# Setup test results (test results formatter and output handling).
# For the time being, let's bracket the test runner within the
# lldb.SBDebugger.Initialize()/Terminate() pair.
import lldb
# Now we can also import lldbutil
from lldbsuite.test import lldbutil
# Create a singleton SBDebugger in the lldb namespace.
lldb.DBG = lldb.SBDebugger.Create()
if configuration.lldb_platform_name:
print("Setting up remote platform '%s'" %
lldb.remote_platform = lldb.SBPlatform(
if not lldb.remote_platform.IsValid():
"error: unable to create the LLDB platform named '%s'." %
if configuration.lldb_platform_url:
# We must connect to a remote platform if a LLDB platform URL was
# specified
"Connecting to remote platform '%s' at '%s'..." %
(configuration.lldb_platform_name, configuration.lldb_platform_url))
platform_connect_options = lldb.SBPlatformConnectOptions(
err = lldb.remote_platform.ConnectRemote(platform_connect_options)
if err.Success():
print("error: failed to connect to remote platform using URL '%s': %s" % (
configuration.lldb_platform_url, err))
configuration.lldb_platform_url = None
platform_changes = setDefaultTripleForPlatform()
first = True
for key in platform_changes:
if first:
print("Environment variables setup for platform support:")
first = False
print("%s = %s" % (key, platform_changes[key]))
if configuration.lldb_platform_working_dir:
print("Setting remote platform working directory to '%s'..." %
error = lldb.remote_platform.MakeDirectory(
configuration.lldb_platform_working_dir, 448) # 448 = 0o700
if error.Fail():
raise Exception("making remote directory '%s': %s" % (
configuration.lldb_platform_working_dir, error))
if not lldb.remote_platform.SetWorkingDirectory(
raise Exception("failed to set working directory '%s'" % configuration.lldb_platform_working_dir)
lldb.remote_platform = None
configuration.lldb_platform_working_dir = None
configuration.lldb_platform_url = None
# Set up the working directory.
# Note that it's not dotest's job to clean this directory.
build_dir = configuration.test_build_dir
target_platform = lldb.DBG.GetSelectedPlatform().GetTriple().split('-')[2]
# Don't do debugserver tests on anything except OS X.
configuration.dont_do_debugserver_test = "linux" in target_platform or "freebsd" in target_platform or "windows" in target_platform
# Don't do lldb-server (llgs) tests on anything except Linux and Windows.
configuration.dont_do_llgs_test = not ("linux" in target_platform) and not ("windows" in target_platform)
# Collect tests from the specified testing directories. If a test
# subdirectory filter is explicitly specified, limit the search to that
# subdirectory.
exclusive_test_subdir = configuration.get_absolute_path_to_exclusive_test_subdir()
if exclusive_test_subdir:
dirs_to_search = [exclusive_test_subdir]
dirs_to_search = configuration.testdirs
for testdir in dirs_to_search:
for (dirpath, dirnames, filenames) in os.walk(testdir):
visit('Test', dirpath, filenames)
# Now that we have loaded all the test cases, run the whole test suite.
# Disable default dynamic types for testing purposes
# Install the control-c handler.
os.environ["LLDB_SESSION_DIRNAME"] = configuration.sdir_name
"\nSession logs for test failures/errors/unexpected successes"
" will go into directory '%s'\n" %
sys.stderr.write("Command invoked: %s\n" % get_dotest_invocation())
# Invoke the default TextTestRunner to run the test suite
if configuration.verbose:
print("compiler=%s" % configuration.compiler)
# Iterating over all possible architecture and compiler combinations.
os.environ["ARCH"] = configuration.arch
os.environ["CC"] = configuration.compiler
configString = "arch=%s compiler=%s" % (configuration.arch,
# Output the configuration.
if configuration.verbose:
sys.stderr.write("\nConfiguration: " + configString + "\n")
# First, write out the number of collected test cases.
if configuration.verbose:
sys.stderr.write(configuration.separator + "\n")
"Collected %d test%s\n\n" %
configuration.suite.countTestCases() != 1 and "s" or ""))
# Invoke the test runner.
if configuration.count == 1:
result = unittest2.TextTestRunner(
# We are invoking the same test suite more than once. In this case,
# mark __ignore_singleton__ flag as True so the signleton pattern is
# not enforced.
test_result.LLDBTestResult.__ignore_singleton__ = True
for i in range(configuration.count):
result = unittest2.TextTestRunner(
configuration.failed = not result.wasSuccessful()
if configuration.sdir_has_content and configuration.verbose:
"Session logs for test failures/errors/unexpected successes"
" can be found in directory '%s'\n" %
if configuration.useCategories and len(
configuration.failuresPerCategory) > 0:
sys.stderr.write("Failures per category:\n")
for category in configuration.failuresPerCategory:
"%s - %d\n" %
(category, configuration.failuresPerCategory[category]))
# Exiting.
if __name__ == "__main__":
__file__ +
" is for use as a module only. It should not be run as a standalone script.")