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#!/usr/bin/env python

# Copyright (c) 2013 Intel Corporation
#
# 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.

# DESCRIPTION
# This script runs tests defined in meta/lib/oeqa/selftest/
# It's purpose is to automate the testing of different bitbake tools.
# To use it you just need to source your build environment setup script and
# add the meta-selftest layer to your BBLAYERS.
# Call the script as: "oe-selftest -a" to run all the tests in meta/lib/oeqa/selftest/
# Call the script as: "oe-selftest -r <module>.<Class>.<method>" to run just a single test
# E.g: "oe-selftest -r bblayers.BitbakeLayers" will run just the BitbakeLayers class from meta/lib/oeqa/selftest/bblayers.py


import os
import sys
import unittest
import logging
import argparse
import subprocess
import time as t
import re
import fnmatch

sys.path.insert(0, os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__)) + '/lib')
import scriptpath
scriptpath.add_bitbake_lib_path()
scriptpath.add_oe_lib_path()
import argparse_oe

import oeqa.selftest
import oeqa.utils.ftools as ftools
from oeqa.utils.commands import runCmd, get_bb_var, get_test_layer
from oeqa.selftest.base import oeSelfTest, get_available_machines

def logger_create():
    log_file = "oe-selftest-" + t.strftime("%Y-%m-%d_%H:%M:%S") + ".log"
    if os.path.exists("oe-selftest.log"): os.remove("oe-selftest.log")
    os.symlink(log_file, "oe-selftest.log")

    log = logging.getLogger("selftest")
    log.setLevel(logging.DEBUG)

    fh = logging.FileHandler(filename=log_file, mode='w')
    fh.setLevel(logging.DEBUG)

    ch = logging.StreamHandler(sys.stdout)
    ch.setLevel(logging.INFO)

    formatter = logging.Formatter('%(asctime)s - %(name)s - %(levelname)s - %(message)s')
    fh.setFormatter(formatter)
    ch.setFormatter(formatter)

    log.addHandler(fh)
    log.addHandler(ch)

    return log

log = logger_create()

def get_args_parser():
    description = "Script that runs unit tests agains bitbake and other Yocto related tools. The goal is to validate tools functionality and metadata integrity. Refer to https://wiki.yoctoproject.org/wiki/Oe-selftest for more information."
    parser = argparse_oe.ArgumentParser(description=description)
    group = parser.add_mutually_exclusive_group(required=True)
    group.add_argument('-r', '--run-tests', required=False, action='store', nargs='*', dest="run_tests", default=None, help='Select what tests to run (modules, classes or test methods). Format should be: <module>.<class>.<test_method>')
    group.add_argument('-a', '--run-all-tests', required=False, action="store_true", dest="run_all_tests", default=False, help='Run all (unhidden) tests')
    group.add_argument('-m', '--list-modules', required=False, action="store_true", dest="list_modules", default=False, help='List all available test modules.')
    group.add_argument('--list-classes', required=False, action="store_true", dest="list_allclasses", default=False, help='List all available test classes.')
    parser.add_argument('--coverage', action="store_true", help="Run code coverage when testing")
    parser.add_argument('--coverage-source', dest="coverage_source", nargs="+", help="Specifiy the directories to take coverage from")
    parser.add_argument('--coverage-include', dest="coverage_include", nargs="+", help="Specify extra patterns to include into the coverage measurement")
    parser.add_argument('--coverage-omit', dest="coverage_omit", nargs="+", help="Specify with extra patterns to exclude from the coverage measurement")
    group.add_argument('--run-tests-by', required=False, dest='run_tests_by', default=False, nargs='*',
                       help='run-tests-by <name|class|module|id|tag> <list of tests|classes|modules|ids|tags>')
    group.add_argument('--list-tests-by', required=False, dest='list_tests_by', default=False, nargs='*',
                       help='list-tests-by <name|class|module|id|tag> <list of tests|classes|modules|ids|tags>')
    group.add_argument('-l', '--list-tests', required=False,  action="store_true", dest="list_tests", default=False,
                       help='List all available tests.')
    group.add_argument('--list-tags', required=False, dest='list_tags', default=False, action="store_true",
                       help='List all tags that have been set to test cases.')
    parser.add_argument('--machine', required=False, dest='machine', choices=['random', 'all'], default=None,
                        help='Run tests on different machines (random/all).')
    return parser


def preflight_check():

    log.info("Checking that everything is in order before running the tests")

    if not os.environ.get("BUILDDIR"):
        log.error("BUILDDIR isn't set. Did you forget to source your build environment setup script?")
        return False

    builddir = os.environ.get("BUILDDIR")
    if os.getcwd() != builddir:
        log.info("Changing cwd to %s" % builddir)
        os.chdir(builddir)

    if not "meta-selftest" in get_bb_var("BBLAYERS"):
        log.error("You don't seem to have the meta-selftest layer in BBLAYERS")
        return False

    log.info("Running bitbake -p")
    runCmd("bitbake -p")

    return True

def add_include():
    builddir = os.environ.get("BUILDDIR")
    if "#include added by oe-selftest.py" \
        not in ftools.read_file(os.path.join(builddir, "conf/local.conf")):
            log.info("Adding: \"include selftest.inc\" in local.conf")
            ftools.append_file(os.path.join(builddir, "conf/local.conf"), \
                    "\n#include added by oe-selftest.py\ninclude machine.inc\ninclude selftest.inc")

    if "#include added by oe-selftest.py" \
        not in ftools.read_file(os.path.join(builddir, "conf/bblayers.conf")):
            log.info("Adding: \"include bblayers.inc\" in bblayers.conf")
            ftools.append_file(os.path.join(builddir, "conf/bblayers.conf"), \
                    "\n#include added by oe-selftest.py\ninclude bblayers.inc")

def remove_include():
    builddir = os.environ.get("BUILDDIR")
    if builddir is None:
        return
    if "#include added by oe-selftest.py" \
        in ftools.read_file(os.path.join(builddir, "conf/local.conf")):
            log.info("Removing the include from local.conf")
            ftools.remove_from_file(os.path.join(builddir, "conf/local.conf"), \
                    "\n#include added by oe-selftest.py\ninclude machine.inc\ninclude selftest.inc")

    if "#include added by oe-selftest.py" \
        in ftools.read_file(os.path.join(builddir, "conf/bblayers.conf")):
            log.info("Removing the include from bblayers.conf")
            ftools.remove_from_file(os.path.join(builddir, "conf/bblayers.conf"), \
                    "\n#include added by oe-selftest.py\ninclude bblayers.inc")

def remove_inc_files():
    try:
        os.remove(os.path.join(os.environ.get("BUILDDIR"), "conf/selftest.inc"))
        for root, _, files in os.walk(get_test_layer()):
            for f in files:
                if f == 'test_recipe.inc':
                    os.remove(os.path.join(root, f))
    except (AttributeError, OSError,) as e:    # AttributeError may happen if BUILDDIR is not set
        pass

    for incl_file in ['conf/bblayers.inc', 'conf/machine.inc']:
        try:
            os.remove(os.path.join(os.environ.get("BUILDDIR"), incl_file))
        except:
            pass


def get_tests_modules(include_hidden=False):
    modules_list = list()
    for modules_path in oeqa.selftest.__path__:
        for (p, d, f) in os.walk(modules_path):
            files = sorted([f for f in os.listdir(p) if f.endswith('.py') and not (f.startswith('_') and not include_hidden) and not f.startswith('__') and f != 'base.py'])
            for f in files:
                submodules = p.split("selftest")[-1]
                module = ""
                if submodules:
                    module = 'oeqa.selftest' + submodules.replace("/",".") + "." + f.split('.py')[0]
                else:
                    module = 'oeqa.selftest.' + f.split('.py')[0]
                if module not in modules_list:
                    modules_list.append(module)
    return modules_list


def get_tests(exclusive_modules=[], include_hidden=False):
    test_modules = list()
    for x in exclusive_modules:
        test_modules.append('oeqa.selftest.' + x)
    if not test_modules:
        inc_hidden = include_hidden
        test_modules = get_tests_modules(inc_hidden)

    return test_modules


class Tc:
    def __init__(self, tcname, tcclass, tcmodule, tcid=None, tctag=None):
        self.tcname = tcname
        self.tcclass = tcclass
        self.tcmodule = tcmodule
        self.tcid = tcid
        # A test case can have multiple tags (as tuples) otherwise str will suffice
        self.tctag = tctag
        self.fullpath = '.'.join(['oeqa', 'selftest', tcmodule, tcclass, tcname])


def get_tests_from_module(tmod):
    tlist = []
    prefix = 'oeqa.selftest.'

    try:
        import importlib
        modlib = importlib.import_module(tmod)
        for mod in vars(modlib).values():
            if isinstance(mod, type(oeSelfTest)) and issubclass(mod, oeSelfTest) and mod is not oeSelfTest:
                for test in dir(mod):
                    if test.startswith('test_') and hasattr(vars(mod)[test], '__call__'):
                        # Get test case id and feature tag
                        # NOTE: if testcase decorator or feature tag not set will throw error
                        try:
                            tid = vars(mod)[test].test_case
                        except:
                            print(('DEBUG: tc id missing for ' + str(test)))
                            tid = None
                        try:
                            ttag = vars(mod)[test].tag__feature
                        except:
                            # print('DEBUG: feature tag missing for ' + str(test))
                            ttag = None

                        # NOTE: for some reason lstrip() doesn't work for mod.__module__
                        tlist.append(Tc(test, mod.__name__, mod.__module__.replace(prefix, ''), tid, ttag))
    except:
        pass

    return tlist


def get_all_tests():
    # Get all the test modules (except the hidden ones)
    testlist = []
    tests_modules = get_tests_modules()
    # Get all the tests from modules
    for tmod in sorted(tests_modules):
        testlist += get_tests_from_module(tmod)
    return testlist


def get_testsuite_by(criteria, keyword):
    # Get a testsuite based on 'keyword'
    # criteria: name, class, module, id, tag
    # keyword: a list of tests, classes, modules, ids, tags

    ts = []
    all_tests = get_all_tests()

    def get_matches(values):
        # Get an item and return the ones that match with keyword(s)
        # values: the list of items (names, modules, classes...)
        result = []
        remaining = values[:]
        for key in keyword:
            if key in remaining:
                # Regular matching of exact item
                result.append(key)
                remaining.remove(key)
            else:
                # Wildcard matching
                pattern = re.compile(fnmatch.translate(r"%s" % key))
                added = [x for x in remaining if pattern.match(x)]
                result.extend(added)
                remaining = [x for x in remaining if x not in added]

        return result

    if criteria == 'name':
        names = get_matches([ tc.tcname for tc in all_tests ])
        ts = [ tc for tc in all_tests if tc.tcname in names ]

    elif criteria == 'class':
        classes = get_matches([ tc.tcclass for tc in all_tests ])
        ts = [ tc for tc in all_tests if tc.tcclass in classes ]

    elif criteria == 'module':
        modules = get_matches([ tc.tcmodule for tc in all_tests ])
        ts = [ tc for tc in all_tests if tc.tcmodule in modules ]

    elif criteria == 'id':
        ids = get_matches([ str(tc.tcid) for tc in all_tests ])
        ts = [ tc for tc in all_tests if str(tc.tcid) in ids ]

    elif criteria == 'tag':
        values = set()
        for tc in all_tests:
            # tc can have multiple tags (as tuple) otherwise str will suffice
            if isinstance(tc.tctag, tuple):
                values |= { str(tag) for tag in tc.tctag }
            else:
                values.add(str(tc.tctag))

        tags = get_matches(list(values))

        for tc in all_tests:
            for tag in tags:
                if isinstance(tc.tctag, tuple) and tag in tc.tctag:
                    ts.append(tc)
                elif tag == tc.tctag:
                    ts.append(tc)

        # Remove duplicates from the list
        ts = list(set(ts))

    return ts


def list_testsuite_by(criteria, keyword):
    # Get a testsuite based on 'keyword'
    # criteria: name, class, module, id, tag
    # keyword: a list of tests, classes, modules, ids, tags

    ts = sorted([ (tc.tcid, tc.tctag, tc.tcname, tc.tcclass, tc.tcmodule) for tc in get_testsuite_by(criteria, keyword) ])

    print(('%-4s\t%-20s\t%-60s\t%-25s\t%-20s' % ('id', 'tag', 'name', 'class', 'module')))
    print(('_' * 150))
    for t in ts:
        if isinstance(t[1], (tuple, list)):
            print(('%-4s\t%-20s\t%-60s\t%-25s\t%-20s' % (t[0], ', '.join(t[1]), t[2], t[3], t[4])))
        else:
            print(('%-4s\t%-20s\t%-60s\t%-25s\t%-20s' % t))
    print(('_' * 150))
    print('Filtering by:\t %s' % criteria)
    print('Looking for:\t %s' % ', '.join(str(x) for x in keyword))
    print('Total found:\t %s' % len(ts))


def list_tests():
    # List all available oe-selftest tests

    ts = get_all_tests()

    print('%-4s\t%-20s\t%-60s\t%-25s\t%-20s' % ('id', 'tag', 'name', 'class', 'module'))
    print('_' * 150)
    for t in ts:
        if isinstance(t.tctag, (tuple, list)):
            print('%-4s\t%-20s\t%-60s\t%-25s\t%-20s' % (t.tcid, ', '.join(t.tctag), t.tcname, t.tcclass, t.tcmodule))
        else:
            print('%-4s\t%-20s\t%-60s\t%-25s\t%-20s' % (t.tcid, t.tctag, t.tcname, t.tcclass, t.tcmodule))
    print('_' * 150)
    print('Total found:\t %s' % len(ts))


def list_tags():
    # Get all tags set to test cases
    # This is useful when setting tags to test cases
    # The list of tags should be kept as minimal as possible
    tags = set()
    all_tests = get_all_tests()

    for tc in all_tests:
        if isinstance(tc.tctag, (tuple, list)):
            tags.update(set(tc.tctag))
        else:
            tags.add(tc.tctag)

    print('Tags:\t%s' % ', '.join(str(x) for x in tags))

def coverage_setup(coverage_source, coverage_include, coverage_omit):
    """ Set up the coverage measurement for the testcases to be run """
    import datetime
    import subprocess
    builddir = os.environ.get("BUILDDIR")
    pokydir = os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__)))
    curcommit= subprocess.check_output(["git", "--git-dir", os.path.join(pokydir, ".git"), "rev-parse", "HEAD"])
    coveragerc = "%s/.coveragerc" % builddir
    data_file = "%s/.coverage." % builddir
    data_file += datetime.datetime.now().strftime('%Y%m%dT%H%M%S')
    if os.path.isfile(data_file):
        os.remove(data_file)
    with open(coveragerc, 'w') as cps:
        cps.write("# Generated with command '%s'\n" % " ".join(sys.argv))
        cps.write("# HEAD commit %s\n" % curcommit.strip())
        cps.write("[run]\n")
        cps.write("data_file = %s\n" % data_file)
        cps.write("branch = True\n")
        # Measure just BBLAYERS, scripts and bitbake folders
        cps.write("source = \n")
        if coverage_source:
            for directory in coverage_source:
                if not os.path.isdir(directory):
                    log.warn("Directory %s is not valid.", directory)
                cps.write("    %s\n" % directory)
        else:
            for layer in get_bb_var('BBLAYERS').split():
                cps.write("    %s\n" % layer)
            cps.write("    %s\n" % os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__)))
            cps.write("    %s\n" % os.path.join(os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__))),'bitbake'))

        if coverage_include:
            cps.write("include = \n")
            for pattern in coverage_include:
                cps.write("    %s\n" % pattern)
        if coverage_omit:
            cps.write("omit = \n")
            for pattern in coverage_omit:
                cps.write("    %s\n" % pattern)

        return coveragerc

def coverage_report():
    """ Loads the coverage data gathered and reports it back """
    try:
        # Coverage4 uses coverage.Coverage
        from coverage import Coverage
    except:
        # Coverage under version 4 uses coverage.coverage
        from coverage import coverage as Coverage

    import cStringIO as StringIO
    from coverage.misc import CoverageException

    cov_output = StringIO.StringIO()
    # Creating the coverage data with the setting from the configuration file
    cov = Coverage(config_file = os.environ.get('COVERAGE_PROCESS_START'))
    try:
        # Load data from the data file specified in the configuration
        cov.load()
        # Store report data in a StringIO variable
        cov.report(file = cov_output, show_missing=False)
        log.info("\n%s" % cov_output.getvalue())
    except CoverageException as e:
        # Show problems with the reporting. Since Coverage4 not finding  any data to report raises an exception
        log.warn("%s" % str(e))
    finally:
        cov_output.close()


def main():
    parser = get_args_parser()
    args = parser.parse_args()

    # Add <layer>/lib to sys.path, so layers can add selftests
    log.info("Running bitbake -e to get BBPATH")
    bbpath = get_bb_var('BBPATH').split(':')
    layer_libdirs = [p for p in (os.path.join(l, 'lib') for l in bbpath) if os.path.exists(p)]
    sys.path.extend(layer_libdirs)
    imp.reload(oeqa.selftest)

    if args.run_tests_by and len(args.run_tests_by) >= 2:
        valid_options = ['name', 'class', 'module', 'id', 'tag']
        if args.run_tests_by[0] not in valid_options:
            print('--run-tests-by %s not a valid option. Choose one of <name|class|module|id|tag>.' % args.run_tests_by[0])
            return 1
        else:
            criteria = args.run_tests_by[0]
            keyword = args.run_tests_by[1:]
            ts = sorted([ tc.fullpath for tc in get_testsuite_by(criteria, keyword) ])

    if args.list_tests_by and len(args.list_tests_by) >= 2:
        valid_options = ['name', 'class', 'module', 'id', 'tag']
        if args.list_tests_by[0] not in valid_options:
            print('--list-tests-by %s not a valid option. Choose one of <name|class|module|id|tag>.' % args.list_tests_by[0])
            return 1
        else:
            criteria = args.list_tests_by[0]
            keyword = args.list_tests_by[1:]
            list_testsuite_by(criteria, keyword)

    if args.list_tests:
        list_tests()

    if args.list_tags:
        list_tags()

    if args.list_allclasses:
        args.list_modules = True

    if args.list_modules:
        log.info('Listing all available test modules:')
        testslist = get_tests(include_hidden=True)
        for test in testslist:
            module = test.split('oeqa.selftest.')[-1]
            info = ''
            if module.startswith('_'):
                info = ' (hidden)'
            print(module + info)
            if args.list_allclasses:
                try:
                    import importlib
                    modlib = importlib.import_module(test)
                    for v in vars(modlib):
                        t = vars(modlib)[v]
                        if isinstance(t, type(oeSelfTest)) and issubclass(t, oeSelfTest) and t!=oeSelfTest:
                            print(" --", v)
                            for method in dir(t):
                                if method.startswith("test_") and callable(vars(t)[method]):
                                    print(" --  --", method)

                except (AttributeError, ImportError) as e:
                    print(e)
                    pass

    if args.run_tests or args.run_all_tests or args.run_tests_by:
        if not preflight_check():
            return 1

        if args.run_tests_by:
            testslist = ts
        else:
            testslist = get_tests(exclusive_modules=(args.run_tests or []), include_hidden=False)

        suite = unittest.TestSuite()
        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
        loader.sortTestMethodsUsing = None
        runner = unittest.TextTestRunner(verbosity=2, resultclass=buildResultClass(args))
        # we need to do this here, otherwise just loading the tests
        # will take 2 minutes (bitbake -e calls)
        oeSelfTest.testlayer_path = get_test_layer()
        for test in testslist:
            log.info("Loading tests from: %s" % test)
            try:
                suite.addTests(loader.loadTestsFromName(test))
            except AttributeError as e:
                log.error("Failed to import %s" % test)
                log.error(e)
                return 1
        add_include()

        if args.machine:
            # Custom machine sets only weak default values (??=) for MACHINE in machine.inc
            # This let test cases that require a specific MACHINE to be able to override it, using (?= or =)
            log.info('Custom machine mode enabled. MACHINE set to %s' % args.machine)
            if args.machine == 'random':
                os.environ['CUSTOMMACHINE'] = 'random'
                result = runner.run(suite)
            else:  # all
                machines = get_available_machines()
                for m in machines:
                    log.info('Run tests with custom MACHINE set to: %s' % m)
                    os.environ['CUSTOMMACHINE'] = m
                    result = runner.run(suite)
        else:
            result = runner.run(suite)

        log.info("Finished")

        if result.wasSuccessful():
            return 0
        else:
            return 1

def buildResultClass(args):
    """Build a Result Class to use in the testcase execution"""
    import site

    class StampedResult(unittest.TextTestResult):
        """
        Custom TestResult that prints the time when a test starts.  As oe-selftest
        can take a long time (ie a few hours) to run, timestamps help us understand
        what tests are taking a long time to execute.
        If coverage is required, this class executes the coverage setup and reporting.
        """
        def startTest(self, test):
            import time
            self.stream.write(time.strftime("%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S", time.localtime()) + " - ")
            super(StampedResult, self).startTest(test)

        def startTestRun(self):
            """ Setup coverage before running any testcase """

            # variable holding the coverage configuration file allowing subprocess to be measured
            self.coveragepth = None

            # indicates the system if coverage is currently installed
            self.coverage_installed = True

            if args.coverage or args.coverage_source or args.coverage_include or args.coverage_omit:
                try:
                    # check if user can do coverage
                    import coverage
                except:
                    log.warn("python coverage is not installed. More info on https://pypi.python.org/pypi/coverage")
                    self.coverage_installed = False

                if self.coverage_installed:
                    log.info("Coverage is enabled")

                    # In case the user has not set the variable COVERAGE_PROCESS_START,
                    # create a default one and export it. The COVERAGE_PROCESS_START
                    # value indicates where the coverage configuration file resides
                    # More info on https://pypi.python.org/pypi/coverage
                    if not os.environ.get('COVERAGE_PROCESS_START'):
                        os.environ['COVERAGE_PROCESS_START'] = coverage_setup(args.coverage_source, args.coverage_include, args.coverage_omit)

                    # Use default site.USER_SITE and write corresponding config file
                    site.ENABLE_USER_SITE = True
                    if not os.path.exists(site.USER_SITE):
                        os.makedirs(site.USER_SITE)
                    self.coveragepth = os.path.join(site.USER_SITE, "coverage.pth")
                    with open(self.coveragepth, 'w') as cps:
                        cps.write('import sys,site; sys.path.extend(site.getsitepackages()); import coverage; coverage.process_startup();')

        def stopTestRun(self):
            """ Report coverage data after the testcases are run """

            if args.coverage or args.coverage_source or args.coverage_include or args.coverage_omit:
                if self.coverage_installed:
                    with open(os.environ['COVERAGE_PROCESS_START']) as ccf:
                        log.info("Coverage configuration file (%s)" % os.environ.get('COVERAGE_PROCESS_START'))
                        log.info("===========================")
                        log.info("\n%s" % "".join(ccf.readlines()))

                    log.info("Coverage Report")
                    log.info("===============")
                    try:
                        coverage_report()
                    finally:
                        # remove the pth file
                        try:
                            os.remove(self.coveragepth)
                        except OSError:
                            log.warn("Expected temporal file from coverage is missing, ignoring removal.")

    return StampedResult


if __name__ == "__main__":
    try:
        ret = main()
    except Exception:
        ret = 1
        import traceback
        traceback.print_exc()
    finally:
        remove_include()
        remove_inc_files()
    sys.exit(ret)