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Provides definitions for various lldb test categories
from __future__ import absolute_import
from __future__ import print_function
# System modules
import sys
# Third-party modules
# LLDB modules
from import gmodules
debug_info_categories = [
'dwarf', 'dwo', 'dsym', 'gmodules'
all_categories = {
'dataformatters': 'Tests related to the type command and the data formatters subsystem',
'dwarf': 'Tests that can be run with DWARF debug information',
'dwo': 'Tests that can be run with DWO debug information',
'dsym': 'Tests that can be run with DSYM debug information',
'gmodules': 'Tests that can be run with -gmodules debug information',
'expression': 'Tests related to the expression parser',
'libc++': 'Test for libc++ data formatters',
'libstdcxx': 'Test for libstdcxx data formatters',
'objc': 'Tests related to the Objective-C programming language support',
'pyapi': 'Tests related to the Python API',
'basic_process': 'Basic process execution sniff tests.',
'cmdline': 'Tests related to the LLDB command-line interface',
'dyntype': 'Tests related to dynamic type support',
'stresstest': 'Tests related to stressing lldb limits',
'flakey': 'Flakey test cases, i.e. tests that do not reliably pass at each execution',
'darwin-log': 'Darwin log tests',
'watchpoint': 'Watchpoint-related tests',
def unique_string_match(yourentry, list):
candidate = None
for item in list:
if not item.startswith(yourentry):
if candidate:
return None
candidate = item
return candidate
def is_supported_on_platform(category, platform, compiler_path):
if category == "dwo":
# -gsplit-dwarf is not implemented by clang on Windows.
return platform in ["linux", "freebsd"]
elif category == "dsym":
return platform in ["darwin", "macosx", "ios", "watchos", "tvos", "bridgeos"]
elif category == "gmodules":
# First, check to see if the platform can even support gmodules.
if platform not in ["freebsd", "darwin", "macosx", "ios", "watchos", "tvos", "bridgeos"]:
return False
return gmodules.is_compiler_clang_with_gmodules(compiler_path)
return True
def validate(categories, exact_match):
For each category in categories, ensure that it's a valid category (if exact_match is false,
unique prefixes are also accepted). If a category is invalid, print a message and quit.
If all categories are valid, return the list of categories. Prefixes are expanded in the
returned list.
result = []
for category in categories:
origCategory = category
if category not in all_categories and not exact_match:
category = unique_string_match(category, all_categories)
if (category not in all_categories) or category is None:
"fatal error: category '" +
origCategory +
"' is not a valid category")
print("if you have added a new category, please edit, adding your new category to all_categories")
print("else, please specify one or more of the following: " +
return result