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// Copyright 2016 The Rust Project Developers. See the COPYRIGHT
// file at the top-level directory of this distribution and at
// http://rust-lang.org/COPYRIGHT.
//
// Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 <LICENSE-APACHE or
// http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0> or the MIT license
// <LICENSE-MIT or http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT>, at your
// option. This file may not be copied, modified, or distributed
// except according to those terms.

//! Implementation of the test-related targets of the build system.
//!
//! This file implements the various regression test suites that we execute on
//! our CI.

extern crate build_helper;

use std::collections::HashSet;
use std::env;
use std::fmt;
use std::fs;
use std::path::{PathBuf, Path};
use std::process::Command;

use build_helper::output;

use {Build, Compiler, Mode};
use dist;
use util::{self, dylib_path, dylib_path_var, exe};

const ADB_TEST_DIR: &'static str = "/data/tmp/work";

/// The two modes of the test runner; tests or benchmarks.
#[derive(Copy, Clone)]
pub enum TestKind {
    /// Run `cargo test`
    Test,
    /// Run `cargo bench`
    Bench,
}

impl TestKind {
    // Return the cargo subcommand for this test kind
    fn subcommand(self) -> &'static str {
        match self {
            TestKind::Test => "test",
            TestKind::Bench => "bench",
        }
    }
}

impl fmt::Display for TestKind {
    fn fmt(&self, f: &mut fmt::Formatter) -> fmt::Result {
        f.write_str(match *self {
            TestKind::Test => "Testing",
            TestKind::Bench => "Benchmarking",
        })
    }
}

/// Runs the `linkchecker` tool as compiled in `stage` by the `host` compiler.
///
/// This tool in `src/tools` will verify the validity of all our links in the
/// documentation to ensure we don't have a bunch of dead ones.
pub fn linkcheck(build: &Build, host: &str) {
    println!("Linkcheck ({})", host);
    let compiler = Compiler::new(0, host);

    let _time = util::timeit();
    build.run(build.tool_cmd(&compiler, "linkchecker")
                   .arg(build.out.join(host).join("doc")));
}

/// Runs the `cargotest` tool as compiled in `stage` by the `host` compiler.
///
/// This tool in `src/tools` will check out a few Rust projects and run `cargo
/// test` to ensure that we don't regress the test suites there.
pub fn cargotest(build: &Build, stage: u32, host: &str) {
    let ref compiler = Compiler::new(stage, host);

    // Note that this is a short, cryptic, and not scoped directory name. This
    // is currently to minimize the length of path on Windows where we otherwise
    // quickly run into path name limit constraints.
    let out_dir = build.out.join("ct");
    t!(fs::create_dir_all(&out_dir));

    let _time = util::timeit();
    let mut cmd = Command::new(build.tool(&Compiler::new(0, host), "cargotest"));
    build.prepare_tool_cmd(compiler, &mut cmd);
    build.run(cmd.arg(&build.cargo)
                 .arg(&out_dir)
                 .env("RUSTC", build.compiler_path(compiler))
                 .env("RUSTDOC", build.rustdoc(compiler)))
}

/// Runs `cargo test` for `cargo` packaged with Rust.
pub fn cargo(build: &Build, stage: u32, host: &str) {
    let ref compiler = Compiler::new(stage, host);

    // Configure PATH to find the right rustc. NB. we have to use PATH
    // and not RUSTC because the Cargo test suite has tests that will
    // fail if rustc is not spelled `rustc`.
    let path = build.sysroot(compiler).join("bin");
    let old_path = ::std::env::var("PATH").expect("");
    let sep = if cfg!(windows) { ";" } else {":" };
    let ref newpath = format!("{}{}{}", path.display(), sep, old_path);

    let mut cargo = build.cargo(compiler, Mode::Tool, host, "test");
    cargo.arg("--manifest-path").arg(build.src.join("src/tools/cargo/Cargo.toml"));

    // Don't build tests dynamically, just a pain to work with
    cargo.env("RUSTC_NO_PREFER_DYNAMIC", "1");

    // Don't run cross-compile tests, we may not have cross-compiled libstd libs
    // available.
    cargo.env("CFG_DISABLE_CROSS_TESTS", "1");

    build.run(cargo.env("PATH", newpath));
}

/// Runs the `tidy` tool as compiled in `stage` by the `host` compiler.
///
/// This tool in `src/tools` checks up on various bits and pieces of style and
/// otherwise just implements a few lint-like checks that are specific to the
/// compiler itself.
pub fn tidy(build: &Build, host: &str) {
    println!("tidy check ({})", host);
    let compiler = Compiler::new(0, host);
    let mut cmd = build.tool_cmd(&compiler, "tidy");
    cmd.arg(build.src.join("src"));
    if !build.config.vendor {
        cmd.arg("--no-vendor");
    }
    build.run(&mut cmd);
}

fn testdir(build: &Build, host: &str) -> PathBuf {
    build.out.join(host).join("test")
}

/// Executes the `compiletest` tool to run a suite of tests.
///
/// Compiles all tests with `compiler` for `target` with the specified
/// compiletest `mode` and `suite` arguments. For example `mode` can be
/// "run-pass" or `suite` can be something like `debuginfo`.
pub fn compiletest(build: &Build,
                   compiler: &Compiler,
                   target: &str,
                   mode: &str,
                   suite: &str) {
    println!("Check compiletest suite={} mode={} ({} -> {})",
             suite, mode, compiler.host, target);
    let mut cmd = Command::new(build.tool(&Compiler::new(0, compiler.host),
                                          "compiletest"));
    build.prepare_tool_cmd(compiler, &mut cmd);

    // compiletest currently has... a lot of arguments, so let's just pass all
    // of them!

    cmd.arg("--compile-lib-path").arg(build.rustc_libdir(compiler));
    cmd.arg("--run-lib-path").arg(build.sysroot_libdir(compiler, target));
    cmd.arg("--rustc-path").arg(build.compiler_path(compiler));
    cmd.arg("--rustdoc-path").arg(build.rustdoc(compiler));
    cmd.arg("--src-base").arg(build.src.join("src/test").join(suite));
    cmd.arg("--build-base").arg(testdir(build, compiler.host).join(suite));
    cmd.arg("--stage-id").arg(format!("stage{}-{}", compiler.stage, target));
    cmd.arg("--mode").arg(mode);
    cmd.arg("--target").arg(target);
    cmd.arg("--host").arg(compiler.host);
    cmd.arg("--llvm-filecheck").arg(build.llvm_filecheck(&build.config.build));

    if let Some(nodejs) = build.config.nodejs.as_ref() {
        cmd.arg("--nodejs").arg(nodejs);
    }

    let mut flags = vec!["-Crpath".to_string()];
    if build.config.rust_optimize_tests {
        flags.push("-O".to_string());
    }
    if build.config.rust_debuginfo_tests {
        flags.push("-g".to_string());
    }

    let mut hostflags = build.rustc_flags(&compiler.host);
    hostflags.extend(flags.clone());
    cmd.arg("--host-rustcflags").arg(hostflags.join(" "));

    let mut targetflags = build.rustc_flags(&target);
    targetflags.extend(flags);
    targetflags.push(format!("-Lnative={}",
                             build.test_helpers_out(target).display()));
    cmd.arg("--target-rustcflags").arg(targetflags.join(" "));

    cmd.arg("--docck-python").arg(build.python());

    if build.config.build.ends_with("apple-darwin") {
        // Force /usr/bin/python on macOS for LLDB tests because we're loading the
        // LLDB plugin's compiled module which only works with the system python
        // (namely not Homebrew-installed python)
        cmd.arg("--lldb-python").arg("/usr/bin/python");
    } else {
        cmd.arg("--lldb-python").arg(build.python());
    }

    if let Some(ref gdb) = build.config.gdb {
        cmd.arg("--gdb").arg(gdb);
    }
    if let Some(ref vers) = build.lldb_version {
        cmd.arg("--lldb-version").arg(vers);
    }
    if let Some(ref dir) = build.lldb_python_dir {
        cmd.arg("--lldb-python-dir").arg(dir);
    }
    let llvm_config = build.llvm_config(target);
    let llvm_version = output(Command::new(&llvm_config).arg("--version"));
    cmd.arg("--llvm-version").arg(llvm_version);

    cmd.args(&build.flags.cmd.test_args());

    if build.config.verbose() || build.flags.verbose() {
        cmd.arg("--verbose");
    }

    if build.config.quiet_tests {
        cmd.arg("--quiet");
    }

    // Only pass correct values for these flags for the `run-make` suite as it
    // requires that a C++ compiler was configured which isn't always the case.
    if suite == "run-make" {
        let llvm_components = output(Command::new(&llvm_config).arg("--components"));
        let llvm_cxxflags = output(Command::new(&llvm_config).arg("--cxxflags"));
        cmd.arg("--cc").arg(build.cc(target))
           .arg("--cxx").arg(build.cxx(target))
           .arg("--cflags").arg(build.cflags(target).join(" "))
           .arg("--llvm-components").arg(llvm_components.trim())
           .arg("--llvm-cxxflags").arg(llvm_cxxflags.trim());
    } else {
        cmd.arg("--cc").arg("")
           .arg("--cxx").arg("")
           .arg("--cflags").arg("")
           .arg("--llvm-components").arg("")
           .arg("--llvm-cxxflags").arg("");
    }

    if build.remote_tested(target) {
        cmd.arg("--remote-test-client")
           .arg(build.tool(&Compiler::new(0, &build.config.build),
                           "remote-test-client"));
    }

    // Running a C compiler on MSVC requires a few env vars to be set, to be
    // sure to set them here.
    //
    // Note that if we encounter `PATH` we make sure to append to our own `PATH`
    // rather than stomp over it.
    if target.contains("msvc") {
        for &(ref k, ref v) in build.cc[target].0.env() {
            if k != "PATH" {
                cmd.env(k, v);
            }
        }
    }
    cmd.env("RUSTC_BOOTSTRAP", "1");
    build.add_rust_test_threads(&mut cmd);

    if build.config.sanitizers {
        cmd.env("SANITIZER_SUPPORT", "1");
    }

    cmd.arg("--adb-path").arg("adb");
    cmd.arg("--adb-test-dir").arg(ADB_TEST_DIR);
    if target.contains("android") {
        // Assume that cc for this target comes from the android sysroot
        cmd.arg("--android-cross-path")
           .arg(build.cc(target).parent().unwrap().parent().unwrap());
    } else {
        cmd.arg("--android-cross-path").arg("");
    }

    let _time = util::timeit();
    build.run(&mut cmd);
}

/// Run `rustdoc --test` for all documentation in `src/doc`.
///
/// This will run all tests in our markdown documentation (e.g. the book)
/// located in `src/doc`. The `rustdoc` that's run is the one that sits next to
/// `compiler`.
pub fn docs(build: &Build, compiler: &Compiler) {
    // Do a breadth-first traversal of the `src/doc` directory and just run
    // tests for all files that end in `*.md`
    let mut stack = vec![build.src.join("src/doc")];
    let _time = util::timeit();

    while let Some(p) = stack.pop() {
        if p.is_dir() {
            stack.extend(t!(p.read_dir()).map(|p| t!(p).path()));
            continue
        }

        if p.extension().and_then(|s| s.to_str()) != Some("md") {
            continue
        }

        // The nostarch directory in the book is for no starch, and so isn't guaranteed to build.
        // we don't care if it doesn't build, so skip it.
        use std::ffi::OsStr;
        let path: &OsStr = p.as_ref();
        if let Some(path) = path.to_str() {
            if path.contains("nostarch") {
                continue;
            }
        }

        println!("doc tests for: {}", p.display());
        markdown_test(build, compiler, &p);
    }
}

/// Run the error index generator tool to execute the tests located in the error
/// index.
///
/// The `error_index_generator` tool lives in `src/tools` and is used to
/// generate a markdown file from the error indexes of the code base which is
/// then passed to `rustdoc --test`.
pub fn error_index(build: &Build, compiler: &Compiler) {
    println!("Testing error-index stage{}", compiler.stage);

    let dir = testdir(build, compiler.host);
    t!(fs::create_dir_all(&dir));
    let output = dir.join("error-index.md");

    let _time = util::timeit();
    build.run(build.tool_cmd(&Compiler::new(0, compiler.host),
                             "error_index_generator")
                   .arg("markdown")
                   .arg(&output)
                   .env("CFG_BUILD", &build.config.build));

    markdown_test(build, compiler, &output);
}

fn markdown_test(build: &Build, compiler: &Compiler, markdown: &Path) {
    let mut cmd = Command::new(build.rustdoc(compiler));
    build.add_rustc_lib_path(compiler, &mut cmd);
    build.add_rust_test_threads(&mut cmd);
    cmd.arg("--test");
    cmd.arg(markdown);
    cmd.env("RUSTC_BOOTSTRAP", "1");

    let mut test_args = build.flags.cmd.test_args().join(" ");
    if build.config.quiet_tests {
        test_args.push_str(" --quiet");
    }
    cmd.arg("--test-args").arg(test_args);

    build.run(&mut cmd);
}

/// Run all unit tests plus documentation tests for an entire crate DAG defined
/// by a `Cargo.toml`
///
/// This is what runs tests for crates like the standard library, compiler, etc.
/// It essentially is the driver for running `cargo test`.
///
/// Currently this runs all tests for a DAG by passing a bunch of `-p foo`
/// arguments, and those arguments are discovered from `cargo metadata`.
pub fn krate(build: &Build,
             compiler: &Compiler,
             target: &str,
             mode: Mode,
             test_kind: TestKind,
             krate: Option<&str>) {
    let (name, path, features, root) = match mode {
        Mode::Libstd => {
            ("libstd", "src/libstd", build.std_features(), "std")
        }
        Mode::Libtest => {
            ("libtest", "src/libtest", String::new(), "test")
        }
        Mode::Librustc => {
            ("librustc", "src/rustc", build.rustc_features(), "rustc-main")
        }
        _ => panic!("can only test libraries"),
    };
    println!("{} {} stage{} ({} -> {})", test_kind, name, compiler.stage,
             compiler.host, target);

    // If we're not doing a full bootstrap but we're testing a stage2 version of
    // libstd, then what we're actually testing is the libstd produced in
    // stage1. Reflect that here by updating the compiler that we're working
    // with automatically.
    let compiler = if build.force_use_stage1(compiler, target) {
        Compiler::new(1, compiler.host)
    } else {
        compiler.clone()
    };

    // Build up the base `cargo test` command.
    //
    // Pass in some standard flags then iterate over the graph we've discovered
    // in `cargo metadata` with the maps above and figure out what `-p`
    // arguments need to get passed.
    let mut cargo = build.cargo(&compiler, mode, target, test_kind.subcommand());
    cargo.arg("--manifest-path")
         .arg(build.src.join(path).join("Cargo.toml"))
         .arg("--features").arg(features);

    match krate {
        Some(krate) => {
            cargo.arg("-p").arg(krate);
        }
        None => {
            let mut visited = HashSet::new();
            let mut next = vec![root];
            while let Some(name) = next.pop() {
                // Right now jemalloc is our only target-specific crate in the
                // sense that it's not present on all platforms. Custom skip it
                // here for now, but if we add more this probably wants to get
                // more generalized.
                //
                // Also skip `build_helper` as it's not compiled normally for
                // target during the bootstrap and it's just meant to be a
                // helper crate, not tested. If it leaks through then it ends up
                // messing with various mtime calculations and such.
                if !name.contains("jemalloc") && name != "build_helper" {
                    cargo.arg("-p").arg(&format!("{}:0.0.0", name));
                }
                for dep in build.crates[name].deps.iter() {
                    if visited.insert(dep) {
                        next.push(dep);
                    }
                }
            }
        }
    }

    // The tests are going to run with the *target* libraries, so we need to
    // ensure that those libraries show up in the LD_LIBRARY_PATH equivalent.
    //
    // Note that to run the compiler we need to run with the *host* libraries,
    // but our wrapper scripts arrange for that to be the case anyway.
    let mut dylib_path = dylib_path();
    dylib_path.insert(0, build.sysroot_libdir(&compiler, target));
    cargo.env(dylib_path_var(), env::join_paths(&dylib_path).unwrap());

    if target.contains("emscripten") || build.remote_tested(target) {
        cargo.arg("--no-run");
    }

    cargo.arg("--");

    if build.config.quiet_tests {
        cargo.arg("--quiet");
    }

    let _time = util::timeit();

    if target.contains("emscripten") {
        build.run(&mut cargo);
        krate_emscripten(build, &compiler, target, mode);
    } else if build.remote_tested(target) {
        build.run(&mut cargo);
        krate_remote(build, &compiler, target, mode);
    } else {
        cargo.args(&build.flags.cmd.test_args());
        build.run(&mut cargo);
    }
}

fn krate_emscripten(build: &Build,
                    compiler: &Compiler,
                    target: &str,
                    mode: Mode) {
    let mut tests = Vec::new();
    let out_dir = build.cargo_out(compiler, mode, target);
    find_tests(&out_dir.join("deps"), target, &mut tests);

    for test in tests {
        let test_file_name = test.to_string_lossy().into_owned();
        println!("running {}", test_file_name);
        let nodejs = build.config.nodejs.as_ref().expect("nodejs not configured");
        let mut cmd = Command::new(nodejs);
        cmd.arg(&test_file_name);
        if build.config.quiet_tests {
            cmd.arg("--quiet");
        }
        build.run(&mut cmd);
    }
}

fn krate_remote(build: &Build,
                compiler: &Compiler,
                target: &str,
                mode: Mode) {
    let mut tests = Vec::new();
    let out_dir = build.cargo_out(compiler, mode, target);
    find_tests(&out_dir.join("deps"), target, &mut tests);

    let tool = build.tool(&Compiler::new(0, &build.config.build),
                          "remote-test-client");
    for test in tests {
        let mut cmd = Command::new(&tool);
        cmd.arg("run")
           .arg(&test);
        if build.config.quiet_tests {
            cmd.arg("--quiet");
        }
        cmd.args(&build.flags.cmd.test_args());
        build.run(&mut cmd);
    }
}

fn find_tests(dir: &Path,
              target: &str,
              dst: &mut Vec<PathBuf>) {
    for e in t!(dir.read_dir()).map(|e| t!(e)) {
        let file_type = t!(e.file_type());
        if !file_type.is_file() {
            continue
        }
        let filename = e.file_name().into_string().unwrap();
        if (target.contains("windows") && filename.ends_with(".exe")) ||
           (!target.contains("windows") && !filename.contains(".")) ||
           (target.contains("emscripten") && filename.ends_with(".js")) {
            dst.push(e.path());
        }
    }
}

pub fn remote_copy_libs(build: &Build, compiler: &Compiler, target: &str) {
    if !build.remote_tested(target) {
        return
    }

    println!("REMOTE copy libs to emulator ({})", target);
    t!(fs::create_dir_all(build.out.join("tmp")));

    let server = build.cargo_out(compiler, Mode::Tool, target)
                      .join(exe("remote-test-server", target));

    // Spawn the emulator and wait for it to come online
    let tool = build.tool(&Compiler::new(0, &build.config.build),
                          "remote-test-client");
    let mut cmd = Command::new(&tool);
    cmd.arg("spawn-emulator")
       .arg(target)
       .arg(&server)
       .arg(build.out.join("tmp"));
    if let Some(rootfs) = build.qemu_rootfs(target) {
        cmd.arg(rootfs);
    }
    build.run(&mut cmd);

    // Push all our dylibs to the emulator
    for f in t!(build.sysroot_libdir(compiler, target).read_dir()) {
        let f = t!(f);
        let name = f.file_name().into_string().unwrap();
        if util::is_dylib(&name) {
            build.run(Command::new(&tool)
                              .arg("push")
                              .arg(f.path()));
        }
    }
}

/// Run "distcheck", a 'make check' from a tarball
pub fn distcheck(build: &Build) {
    if build.config.build != "x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu" {
        return
    }
    if !build.config.host.iter().any(|s| s == "x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu") {
        return
    }
    if !build.config.target.iter().any(|s| s == "x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu") {
        return
    }

    println!("Distcheck");
    let dir = build.out.join("tmp").join("distcheck");
    let _ = fs::remove_dir_all(&dir);
    t!(fs::create_dir_all(&dir));

    let mut cmd = Command::new("tar");
    cmd.arg("-xzf")
       .arg(dist::rust_src_location(build))
       .arg("--strip-components=1")
       .current_dir(&dir);
    build.run(&mut cmd);
    build.run(Command::new("./configure")
                     .args(&build.config.configure_args)
                     .arg("--enable-vendor")
                     .current_dir(&dir));
    build.run(Command::new(build_helper::make(&build.config.build))
                     .arg("check")
                     .current_dir(&dir));

    // Now make sure that rust-src has all of libstd's dependencies
    println!("Distcheck rust-src");
    let dir = build.out.join("tmp").join("distcheck-src");
    let _ = fs::remove_dir_all(&dir);
    t!(fs::create_dir_all(&dir));

    let mut cmd = Command::new("tar");
    cmd.arg("-xzf")
       .arg(dist::rust_src_installer(build))
       .arg("--strip-components=1")
       .current_dir(&dir);
    build.run(&mut cmd);

    let toml = dir.join("rust-src/lib/rustlib/src/rust/src/libstd/Cargo.toml");
    build.run(Command::new(&build.cargo)
                     .arg("generate-lockfile")
                     .arg("--manifest-path")
                     .arg(&toml)
                     .current_dir(&dir));
}

/// Test the build system itself
pub fn bootstrap(build: &Build) {
    let mut cmd = Command::new(&build.cargo);
    cmd.arg("test")
       .current_dir(build.src.join("src/bootstrap"))
       .env("CARGO_TARGET_DIR", build.out.join("bootstrap"))
       .env("RUSTC", &build.rustc);
    cmd.arg("--").args(&build.flags.cmd.test_args());
    build.run(&mut cmd);
}