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bitbake: Add start of bitbake regression/self testing

This adds some basic unit testing for the codeparser and data store code. Many of
the actual test cases were taken from work by Chris Larson's OE-Signatures work but with
changes to adapt to the current bitbake APIs we need to test.

I also imported CoW tests written by Holger Freyther from the original bitbake-test
codebase: http://svn.berlios.de/wsvn/bitbake/trunk/bitbake-tests/tests/ and
some tests from the doctests that were removed in commit:
http://git.openembedded.org/bitbake/commit?id=3a11c2807972bbbddffde2fa67fc380d159da467

(Bitbake rev: ae4a95780e3e08cf73c854efa8cd93379e00c4e5)

Signed-off-by: Richard Purdie <richard.purdie@linuxfoundation.org>
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  1. 38
      bitbake/bin/bitbake-selftest
  2. 369
      bitbake/lib/bb/tests/codeparser.py
  3. 134
      bitbake/lib/bb/tests/cow.py
  4. 252
      bitbake/lib/bb/tests/data.py
  5. 42
      bitbake/lib/bb/tests/fetch.py
  6. 36
      bitbake/lib/bb/tests/utils.py

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bitbake/bin/bitbake-selftest

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#!/usr/bin/env python
#
# Copyright (C) 2012 Richard Purdie
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
# published by the Free Software Foundation.
#
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
# with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
# 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
import os
import sys, logging
sys.path.insert(0, os.path.join(os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(__file__)), 'lib'))
import unittest
try:
import bb
except RuntimeError as exc:
sys.exit(str(exc))
tests = ["bb.tests.codeparser",
"bb.tests.cow",
"bb.tests.data",
"bb.tests.fetch",
"bb.tests.utils"]
for t in tests:
__import__(t)
unittest.main(argv=["bitbake-selftest"] + tests)

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bitbake/lib/bb/tests/codeparser.py

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#
# BitBake Test for codeparser.py
#
# Copyright (C) 2010 Chris Larson
# Copyright (C) 2012 Richard Purdie
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
# published by the Free Software Foundation.
#
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
# with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
# 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
#
import unittest
import logging
import bb
logger = logging.getLogger('BitBake.TestCodeParser')
import bb.data
class ReferenceTest(unittest.TestCase):
def setUp(self):
self.d = bb.data.init()
def setEmptyVars(self, varlist):
for k in varlist:
self.d.setVar(k, "")
def setValues(self, values):
for k, v in values.items():
self.d.setVar(k, v)
def assertReferences(self, refs):
self.assertEqual(self.references, refs)
def assertExecs(self, execs):
self.assertEqual(self.execs, execs)
class VariableReferenceTest(ReferenceTest):
def parseExpression(self, exp):
parsedvar = self.d.expandWithRefs(exp, None)
self.references = parsedvar.references
def test_simple_reference(self):
self.setEmptyVars(["FOO"])
self.parseExpression("${FOO}")
self.assertReferences(set(["FOO"]))
def test_nested_reference(self):
self.setEmptyVars(["BAR"])
self.d.setVar("FOO", "BAR")
self.parseExpression("${${FOO}}")
self.assertReferences(set(["FOO", "BAR"]))
def test_python_reference(self):
self.setEmptyVars(["BAR"])
self.parseExpression("${@bb.data.getVar('BAR', d, True) + 'foo'}")
self.assertReferences(set(["BAR"]))
class ShellReferenceTest(ReferenceTest):
def parseExpression(self, exp):
parsedvar = self.d.expandWithRefs(exp, None)
parser = bb.codeparser.ShellParser("ParserTest", logger)
parser.parse_shell(parsedvar.value)
self.references = parsedvar.references
self.execs = parser.execs
def test_quotes_inside_assign(self):
self.parseExpression('foo=foo"bar"baz')
self.assertReferences(set([]))
def test_quotes_inside_arg(self):
self.parseExpression('sed s#"bar baz"#"alpha beta"#g')
self.assertExecs(set(["sed"]))
def test_arg_continuation(self):
self.parseExpression("sed -i -e s,foo,bar,g \\\n *.pc")
self.assertExecs(set(["sed"]))
def test_dollar_in_quoted(self):
self.parseExpression('sed -i -e "foo$" *.pc')
self.assertExecs(set(["sed"]))
def test_quotes_inside_arg_continuation(self):
self.setEmptyVars(["bindir", "D", "libdir"])
self.parseExpression("""
sed -i -e s#"moc_location=.*$"#"moc_location=${bindir}/moc4"# \\
-e s#"uic_location=.*$"#"uic_location=${bindir}/uic4"# \\
${D}${libdir}/pkgconfig/*.pc
""")
self.assertReferences(set(["bindir", "D", "libdir"]))
def test_assign_subshell_expansion(self):
self.parseExpression("foo=$(echo bar)")
self.assertExecs(set(["echo"]))
def test_shell_unexpanded(self):
self.setEmptyVars(["QT_BASE_NAME"])
self.parseExpression('echo "${QT_BASE_NAME}"')
self.assertExecs(set(["echo"]))
self.assertReferences(set(["QT_BASE_NAME"]))
def test_incomplete_varexp_single_quotes(self):
self.parseExpression("sed -i -e 's:IP{:I${:g' $pc")
self.assertExecs(set(["sed"]))
def test_until(self):
self.parseExpression("until false; do echo true; done")
self.assertExecs(set(["false", "echo"]))
self.assertReferences(set())
def test_case(self):
self.parseExpression("""
case $foo in
*)
bar
;;
esac
""")
self.assertExecs(set(["bar"]))
self.assertReferences(set())
def test_assign_exec(self):
self.parseExpression("a=b c='foo bar' alpha 1 2 3")
self.assertExecs(set(["alpha"]))
def test_redirect_to_file(self):
self.setEmptyVars(["foo"])
self.parseExpression("echo foo >${foo}/bar")
self.assertExecs(set(["echo"]))
self.assertReferences(set(["foo"]))
def test_heredoc(self):
self.setEmptyVars(["theta"])
self.parseExpression("""
cat <<END
alpha
beta
${theta}
END
""")
self.assertReferences(set(["theta"]))
def test_redirect_from_heredoc(self):
v = ["B", "SHADOW_MAILDIR", "SHADOW_MAILFILE", "SHADOW_UTMPDIR", "SHADOW_LOGDIR", "bindir"]
self.setEmptyVars(v)
self.parseExpression("""
cat <<END >${B}/cachedpaths
shadow_cv_maildir=${SHADOW_MAILDIR}
shadow_cv_mailfile=${SHADOW_MAILFILE}
shadow_cv_utmpdir=${SHADOW_UTMPDIR}
shadow_cv_logdir=${SHADOW_LOGDIR}
shadow_cv_passwd_dir=${bindir}
END
""")
self.assertReferences(set(v))
self.assertExecs(set(["cat"]))
# def test_incomplete_command_expansion(self):
# self.assertRaises(reftracker.ShellSyntaxError, reftracker.execs,
# bbvalue.shparse("cp foo`", self.d), self.d)
# def test_rogue_dollarsign(self):
# self.setValues({"D" : "/tmp"})
# self.parseExpression("install -d ${D}$")
# self.assertReferences(set(["D"]))
# self.assertExecs(set(["install"]))
class PythonReferenceTest(ReferenceTest):
def setUp(self):
self.d = bb.data.init()
if hasattr(bb.utils, "_context"):
self.context = bb.utils._context
else:
import __builtin__
self.context = __builtin__.__dict__
def parseExpression(self, exp):
parsedvar = self.d.expandWithRefs(exp, None)
parser = bb.codeparser.PythonParser("ParserTest", logger)
parser.parse_python(parsedvar.value)
self.references = parsedvar.references | parser.references
self.execs = parser.execs
@staticmethod
def indent(value):
"""Python Snippets have to be indented, python values don't have to
be. These unit tests are testing snippets."""
return " " + value
def test_getvar_reference(self):
self.parseExpression("bb.data.getVar('foo', d, True)")
self.assertReferences(set(["foo"]))
self.assertExecs(set())
def test_getvar_computed_reference(self):
self.parseExpression("bb.data.getVar('f' + 'o' + 'o', d, True)")
self.assertReferences(set())
self.assertExecs(set())
def test_getvar_exec_reference(self):
self.parseExpression("eval('bb.data.getVar(\"foo\", d, True)')")
self.assertReferences(set())
self.assertExecs(set(["eval"]))
def test_var_reference(self):
self.context["foo"] = lambda x: x
self.setEmptyVars(["FOO"])
self.parseExpression("foo('${FOO}')")
self.assertReferences(set(["FOO"]))
self.assertExecs(set(["foo"]))
del self.context["foo"]
def test_var_exec(self):
for etype in ("func", "task"):
self.d.setVar("do_something", "echo 'hi mom! ${FOO}'")
self.d.setVarFlag("do_something", etype, True)
self.parseExpression("bb.build.exec_func('do_something', d)")
self.assertReferences(set(["do_something"]))
def test_function_reference(self):
self.context["testfunc"] = lambda msg: bb.msg.note(1, None, msg)
self.d.setVar("FOO", "Hello, World!")
self.parseExpression("testfunc('${FOO}')")
self.assertReferences(set(["FOO"]))
self.assertExecs(set(["testfunc"]))
del self.context["testfunc"]
def test_qualified_function_reference(self):
self.parseExpression("time.time()")
self.assertExecs(set(["time.time"]))
def test_qualified_function_reference_2(self):
self.parseExpression("os.path.dirname('/foo/bar')")
self.assertExecs(set(["os.path.dirname"]))
def test_qualified_function_reference_nested(self):
self.parseExpression("time.strftime('%Y%m%d',time.gmtime())")
self.assertExecs(set(["time.strftime", "time.gmtime"]))
def test_function_reference_chained(self):
self.context["testget"] = lambda: "\tstrip me "
self.parseExpression("testget().strip()")
self.assertExecs(set(["testget"]))
del self.context["testget"]
class DependencyReferenceTest(ReferenceTest):
pydata = """
bb.data.getVar('somevar', d, True)
def test(d):
foo = 'bar %s' % 'foo'
def test2(d):
d.getVar(foo, True)
d.getVar('bar', False)
test2(d)
def a():
\"\"\"some
stuff
\"\"\"
return "heh"
test(d)
bb.data.expand(bb.data.getVar("something", False, d), d)
bb.data.expand("${inexpand} somethingelse", d)
bb.data.getVar(a(), d, False)
"""
def test_python(self):
self.d.setVar("FOO", self.pydata)
self.setEmptyVars(["inexpand", "a", "test2", "test"])
self.d.setVarFlags("FOO", {"func": True, "python": True})
deps, values = bb.data.build_dependencies("FOO", set(self.d.keys()), set(), set(), self.d)
self.assertEquals(deps, set(["somevar", "bar", "something", "inexpand", "test", "test2", "a"]))
shelldata = """
foo () {
bar
}
{
echo baz
$(heh)
eval `moo`
}
a=b
c=d
(
true && false
test -f foo
testval=something
$testval
) || aiee
! inverted
echo ${somevar}
case foo in
bar)
echo bar
;;
baz)
echo baz
;;
foo*)
echo foo
;;
esac
"""
def test_shell(self):
execs = ["bar", "echo", "heh", "moo", "true", "aiee"]
self.d.setVar("somevar", "heh")
self.d.setVar("inverted", "echo inverted...")
self.d.setVarFlag("inverted", "func", True)
self.d.setVar("FOO", self.shelldata)
self.d.setVarFlags("FOO", {"func": True})
self.setEmptyVars(execs)
deps, values = bb.data.build_dependencies("FOO", set(self.d.keys()), set(), set(), self.d)
self.assertEquals(deps, set(["somevar", "inverted"] + execs))
def test_vardeps(self):
self.d.setVar("oe_libinstall", "echo test")
self.d.setVar("FOO", "foo=oe_libinstall; eval $foo")
self.d.setVarFlag("FOO", "vardeps", "oe_libinstall")
deps, values = bb.data.build_dependencies("FOO", set(self.d.keys()), set(), set(), self.d)
self.assertEquals(deps, set(["oe_libinstall"]))
def test_vardeps_expand(self):
self.d.setVar("oe_libinstall", "echo test")
self.d.setVar("FOO", "foo=oe_libinstall; eval $foo")
self.d.setVarFlag("FOO", "vardeps", "${@'oe_libinstall'}")
deps, values = bb.data.build_dependencies("FOO", set(self.d.keys()), set(), set(), self.d)
self.assertEquals(deps, set(["oe_libinstall"]))
#Currently no wildcard support
#def test_vardeps_wildcards(self):
# self.d.setVar("oe_libinstall", "echo test")
# self.d.setVar("FOO", "foo=oe_libinstall; eval $foo")
# self.d.setVarFlag("FOO", "vardeps", "oe_*")
# self.assertEquals(deps, set(["oe_libinstall"]))

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bitbake/lib/bb/tests/cow.py

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#
# BitBake Tests for Copy-on-Write (cow.py)
#
# Copyright 2006 Holger Freyther <freyther@handhelds.org>
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
# published by the Free Software Foundation.
#
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
# with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
# 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
#
import unittest
import os
class COWTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
"""
Test case for the COW module from mithro
"""
def testGetSet(self):
"""
Test and set
"""
from bb.COW import COWDictBase
a = COWDictBase.copy()
self.assertEquals(False, a.has_key('a'))
a['a'] = 'a'
a['b'] = 'b'
self.assertEquals(True, a.has_key('a'))
self.assertEquals(True, a.has_key('b'))
self.assertEquals('a', a['a'] )
self.assertEquals('b', a['b'] )
def testCopyCopy(self):
"""
Test the copy of copies
"""
from bb.COW import COWDictBase
# create two COW dict 'instances'
b = COWDictBase.copy()
c = COWDictBase.copy()
# assign some keys to one instance, some keys to another
b['a'] = 10
b['c'] = 20
c['a'] = 30
# test separation of the two instances
self.assertEquals(False, c.has_key('c'))
self.assertEquals(30, c['a'])
self.assertEquals(10, b['a'])
# test copy
b_2 = b.copy()
c_2 = c.copy()
self.assertEquals(False, c_2.has_key('c'))
self.assertEquals(10, b_2['a'])
b_2['d'] = 40
self.assertEquals(False, c_2.has_key('d'))
self.assertEquals(True, b_2.has_key('d'))
self.assertEquals(40, b_2['d'])
self.assertEquals(False, b.has_key('d'))
self.assertEquals(False, c.has_key('d'))
c_2['d'] = 30
self.assertEquals(True, c_2.has_key('d'))
self.assertEquals(True, b_2.has_key('d'))
self.assertEquals(30, c_2['d'])
self.assertEquals(40, b_2['d'])
self.assertEquals(False, b.has_key('d'))
self.assertEquals(False, c.has_key('d'))
# test copy of the copy
c_3 = c_2.copy()
b_3 = b_2.copy()
b_3_2 = b_2.copy()
c_3['e'] = 4711
self.assertEquals(4711, c_3['e'])
self.assertEquals(False, c_2.has_key('e'))
self.assertEquals(False, b_3.has_key('e'))
self.assertEquals(False, b_3_2.has_key('e'))
self.assertEquals(False, b_2.has_key('e'))
b_3['e'] = 'viel'
self.assertEquals('viel', b_3['e'])
self.assertEquals(4711, c_3['e'])
self.assertEquals(False, c_2.has_key('e'))
self.assertEquals(True, b_3.has_key('e'))
self.assertEquals(False, b_3_2.has_key('e'))
self.assertEquals(False, b_2.has_key('e'))
def testCow(self):
from bb.COW import COWDictBase
c = COWDictBase.copy()
c['123'] = 1027
c['other'] = 4711
c['d'] = { 'abc' : 10, 'bcd' : 20 }
copy = c.copy()
self.assertEquals(1027, c['123'])
self.assertEquals(4711, c['other'])
self.assertEquals({'abc':10, 'bcd':20}, c['d'])
self.assertEquals(1027, copy['123'])
self.assertEquals(4711, copy['other'])
self.assertEquals({'abc':10, 'bcd':20}, copy['d'])
# cow it now
copy['123'] = 1028
copy['other'] = 4712
copy['d']['abc'] = 20
self.assertEquals(1027, c['123'])
self.assertEquals(4711, c['other'])
self.assertEquals({'abc':10, 'bcd':20}, c['d'])
self.assertEquals(1028, copy['123'])
self.assertEquals(4712, copy['other'])
self.assertEquals({'abc':20, 'bcd':20}, copy['d'])

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bitbake/lib/bb/tests/data.py

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#
# BitBake Tests for the Data Store (data.py/data_smart.py)
#
# Copyright (C) 2010 Chris Larson
# Copyright (C) 2012 Richard Purdie
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
# published by the Free Software Foundation.
#
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
# with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
# 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
#
import unittest
import bb
import bb.data
class DataExpansions(unittest.TestCase):
def setUp(self):
self.d = bb.data.init()
self.d["foo"] = "value of foo"
self.d["bar"] = "value of bar"
self.d["value of foo"] = "value of 'value of foo'"
def test_one_var(self):
val = self.d.expand("${foo}")
self.assertEqual(str(val), "value of foo")
def test_indirect_one_var(self):
val = self.d.expand("${${foo}}")
self.assertEqual(str(val), "value of 'value of foo'")
def test_indirect_and_another(self):
val = self.d.expand("${${foo}} ${bar}")
self.assertEqual(str(val), "value of 'value of foo' value of bar")
def test_python_snippet(self):
val = self.d.expand("${@5*12}")
self.assertEqual(str(val), "60")
def test_expand_in_python_snippet(self):
val = self.d.expand("${@'boo ' + '${foo}'}")
self.assertEqual(str(val), "boo value of foo")
def test_python_snippet_getvar(self):
val = self.d.expand("${@d.getVar('foo', True) + ' ${bar}'}")
self.assertEqual(str(val), "value of foo value of bar")
def test_python_snippet_syntax_error(self):
self.d.setVar("FOO", "${@foo = 5}")
self.assertRaises(bb.data_smart.ExpansionError, self.d.getVar, "FOO", True)
def test_python_snippet_runtime_error(self):
self.d.setVar("FOO", "${@int('test')}")
self.assertRaises(bb.data_smart.ExpansionError, self.d.getVar, "FOO", True)
def test_python_snippet_error_path(self):
self.d.setVar("FOO", "foo value ${BAR}")
self.d.setVar("BAR", "bar value ${@int('test')}")
self.assertRaises(bb.data_smart.ExpansionError, self.d.getVar, "FOO", True)
def test_value_containing_value(self):
val = self.d.expand("${@d.getVar('foo', True) + ' ${bar}'}")
self.assertEqual(str(val), "value of foo value of bar")
def test_reference_undefined_var(self):
val = self.d.expand("${undefinedvar} meh")
self.assertEqual(str(val), "${undefinedvar} meh")
def test_double_reference(self):
self.d.setVar("BAR", "bar value")
self.d.setVar("FOO", "${BAR} foo ${BAR}")
val = self.d.getVar("FOO", True)
self.assertEqual(str(val), "bar value foo bar value")
def test_direct_recursion(self):
self.d.setVar("FOO", "${FOO}")
self.assertRaises(bb.data_smart.ExpansionError, self.d.getVar, "FOO", True)
def test_indirect_recursion(self):
self.d.setVar("FOO", "${BAR}")
self.d.setVar("BAR", "${BAZ}")
self.d.setVar("BAZ", "${FOO}")
self.assertRaises(bb.data_smart.ExpansionError, self.d.getVar, "FOO", True)
def test_recursion_exception(self):
self.d.setVar("FOO", "${BAR}")
self.d.setVar("BAR", "${${@'FOO'}}")
self.assertRaises(bb.data_smart.ExpansionError, self.d.getVar, "FOO", True)
def test_incomplete_varexp_single_quotes(self):
self.d.setVar("FOO", "sed -i -e 's:IP{:I${:g' $pc")
val = self.d.getVar("FOO", True)
self.assertEqual(str(val), "sed -i -e 's:IP{:I${:g' $pc")
def test_nonstring(self):
self.d.setVar("TEST", 5)
val = self.d.getVar("TEST", True)
self.assertEqual(str(val), "5")
def test_rename(self):
self.d.renameVar("foo", "newfoo")
self.assertEqual(self.d.getVar("newfoo"), "value of foo")
self.assertEqual(self.d.getVar("foo"), None)
def test_deletion(self):
self.d.delVar("foo")
self.assertEqual(self.d.getVar("foo"), None)
def test_keys(self):
keys = self.d.keys()
self.assertEqual(keys, ['value of foo', 'foo', 'bar'])
class TestNestedExpansions(unittest.TestCase):
def setUp(self):
self.d = bb.data.init()
self.d["foo"] = "foo"
self.d["bar"] = "bar"
self.d["value of foobar"] = "187"
def test_refs(self):
val = self.d.expand("${value of ${foo}${bar}}")
self.assertEqual(str(val), "187")
#def test_python_refs(self):
# val = self.d.expand("${@${@3}**2 + ${@4}**2}")
# self.assertEqual(str(val), "25")
def test_ref_in_python_ref(self):
val = self.d.expand("${@'${foo}' + 'bar'}")
self.assertEqual(str(val), "foobar")
def test_python_ref_in_ref(self):
val = self.d.expand("${${@'f'+'o'+'o'}}")
self.assertEqual(str(val), "foo")
def test_deep_nesting(self):
depth = 100
val = self.d.expand("${" * depth + "foo" + "}" * depth)
self.assertEqual(str(val), "foo")
#def test_deep_python_nesting(self):
# depth = 50
# val = self.d.expand("${@" * depth + "1" + "+1}" * depth)
# self.assertEqual(str(val), str(depth + 1))
def test_mixed(self):
val = self.d.expand("${value of ${@('${foo}'+'bar')[0:3]}${${@'BAR'.lower()}}}")
self.assertEqual(str(val), "187")
def test_runtime(self):
val = self.d.expand("${${@'value of' + ' f'+'o'+'o'+'b'+'a'+'r'}}")
self.assertEqual(str(val), "187")
class TestMemoize(unittest.TestCase):
def test_memoized(self):
d = bb.data.init()
d.setVar("FOO", "bar")
self.assertTrue(d.getVar("FOO") is d.getVar("FOO"))
def test_not_memoized(self):
d1 = bb.data.init()
d2 = bb.data.init()
d1.setVar("FOO", "bar")
d2.setVar("FOO", "bar2")
self.assertTrue(d1.getVar("FOO") is not d2.getVar("FOO"))
def test_changed_after_memoized(self):
d = bb.data.init()
d.setVar("foo", "value of foo")
self.assertEqual(str(d.getVar("foo")), "value of foo")
d.setVar("foo", "second value of foo")
self.assertEqual(str(d.getVar("foo")), "second value of foo")
def test_same_value(self):
d = bb.data.init()
d.setVar("foo", "value of")
d.setVar("bar", "value of")
self.assertEqual(d.getVar("foo"),
d.getVar("bar"))
class TestConcat(unittest.TestCase):
def setUp(self):
self.d = bb.data.init()
self.d.setVar("FOO", "foo")
self.d.setVar("VAL", "val")
self.d.setVar("BAR", "bar")
def test_prepend(self):
self.d.setVar("TEST", "${VAL}")
self.d.prependVar("TEST", "${FOO}:")
self.assertEqual(self.d.getVar("TEST", True), "foo:val")
def test_append(self):
self.d.setVar("TEST", "${VAL}")
self.d.appendVar("TEST", ":${BAR}")
self.assertEqual(self.d.getVar("TEST", True), "val:bar")
def test_multiple_append(self):
self.d.setVar("TEST", "${VAL}")
self.d.prependVar("TEST", "${FOO}:")
self.d.appendVar("TEST", ":val2")
self.d.appendVar("TEST", ":${BAR}")
self.assertEqual(self.d.getVar("TEST", True), "foo:val:val2:bar")
class TestOverrides(unittest.TestCase):
def setUp(self):
self.d = bb.data.init()
self.d.setVar("OVERRIDES", "foo:bar:local")
self.d.setVar("TEST", "testvalue")
def test_no_override(self):
bb.data.update_data(self.d)
self.assertEqual(self.d.getVar("TEST", True), "testvalue")
def test_one_override(self):
self.d.setVar("TEST_bar", "testvalue2")
bb.data.update_data(self.d)
self.assertEqual(self.d.getVar("TEST", True), "testvalue2")
def test_multiple_override(self):
self.d.setVar("TEST_bar", "testvalue2")
self.d.setVar("TEST_local", "testvalue3")
self.d.setVar("TEST_foo", "testvalue4")
bb.data.update_data(self.d)
self.assertEqual(self.d.getVar("TEST", True), "testvalue3")
class TestFlags(unittest.TestCase):
def setUp(self):
self.d = bb.data.init()
self.d.setVar("foo", "value of foo")
self.d.setVarFlag("foo", "flag1", "value of flag1")
self.d.setVarFlag("foo", "flag2", "value of flag2")
def test_setflag(self):
self.assertEqual(self.d.getVarFlag("foo", "flag1"), "value of flag1")
self.assertEqual(self.d.getVarFlag("foo", "flag2"), "value of flag2")
def test_delflag(self):
self.d.delVarFlag("foo", "flag2")
self.assertEqual(self.d.getVarFlag("foo", "flag1"), "value of flag1")
self.assertEqual(self.d.getVarFlag("foo", "flag2"), None)

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bitbake/lib/bb/tests/fetch.py

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#
# BitBake Tests for the Fetcher (fetch2/)
#
# Copyright (C) 2012 Richard Purdie
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
# published by the Free Software Foundation.
#
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
# with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
# 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
#
import unittest
import bb
class URLHandle(unittest.TestCase):
datatable = {
"http://www.google.com/index.html" : ('http', 'www.google.com', '/index.html', '', '', {}),
"cvs://anoncvs@cvs.handhelds.org/cvs;module=familiar/dist/ipkg" : ('cvs', 'cvs.handhelds.org', '/cvs', 'anoncvs', '', {'module': 'familiar/dist/ipkg'}),
"cvs://anoncvs:anonymous@cvs.handhelds.org/cvs;tag=V0-99-81;module=familiar/dist/ipkg" : ('cvs', 'cvs.handhelds.org', '/cvs', 'anoncvs', 'anonymous', {'tag': 'V0-99-81', 'module': 'familiar/dist/ipkg'})
}
def test_decodeurl(self):
for k, v in self.datatable.items():
result = bb.fetch.decodeurl(k)
self.assertEqual(result, v)
def test_encodeurl(self):
for k, v in self.datatable.items():
result = bb.fetch.encodeurl(v)
self.assertEqual(result, k)

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bitbake/lib/bb/tests/utils.py

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#
# BitBake Tests for utils.py
#
# Copyright (C) 2012 Richard Purdie
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
# published by the Free Software Foundation.
#
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
# with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
# 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
#
import unittest
import bb
class VerCmpString(unittest.TestCase):
def test_vercmpstring(self):
result = bb.utils.vercmp_string('1', '2')
self.assertTrue(result < 0)
result = bb.utils.vercmp_string('2', '1')
self.assertTrue(result > 0)
result = bb.utils.vercmp_string('1', '1.0')
self.assertTrue(result < 0)
result = bb.utils.vercmp_string('1', '1.1')
self.assertTrue(result < 0)
result = bb.utils.vercmp_string('1.1', '1_p2')
self.assertTrue(result < 0)
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