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Add the new "porting" test directory to the test harness
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1#!./perl
2
3# We suppose that perl _mostly_ works at this moment, so may use
4# sophisticated testing.
5
aa689395 6BEGIN {
7 chdir 't' if -d 't';
122a0375 8 @INC = '../lib'; # pick up only this build's lib
aa689395 9}
e8fb11d7 10delete $ENV{PERL5LIB};
aa689395 11
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12my $torture; # torture testing?
13
a5f75d66 14use Test::Harness;
9a4933c3 15use strict;
a5f75d66 16
ef712cf7 17$Test::Harness::switches = ""; # Too much noise otherwise
9d6c4c89 18$Test::Harness::Verbose++ while @ARGV && $ARGV[0] eq '-v' && shift;
a5f75d66 19
12558422 20if ($ARGV[0] && $ARGV[0] eq '-torture') {
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21 shift;
22 $torture = 1;
23}
24
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25# Let tests know they're running in the perl core. Useful for modules
26# which live dual lives on CPAN.
27$ENV{PERL_CORE} = 1;
28
0ca04487 29#fudge DATA for now.
9a4933c3 30my %datahandle = qw(
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31 lib/bigint.t 1
32 lib/bigintpm.t 1
33 lib/bigfloat.t 1
34 lib/bigfloatpm.t 1
35 op/gv.t 1
36 lib/complex.t 1
37 lib/ph.t 1
38 lib/soundex.t 1
39 op/misc.t 1
40 op/runlevel.t 1
41 op/tie.t 1
42 op/lex_assign.t 1
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43 );
44
45foreach (keys %datahandle) {
46 unlink "$_.t";
47}
48
0279961e 49my (@tests, $re);
122a0375 50
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51# [.VMS]TEST.COM calls harness with empty arguments, so clean-up @ARGV
52@ARGV = grep $_ && length( $_ ) => @ARGV;
53
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54sub _populate_hash {
55 return map {$_, 1} split /\s+/, $_[0];
56}
57
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58# Generate T::H schedule rules that run the contents of each directory
59# sequentially.
60sub _seq_dir_rules {
61 my @tests = @_;
62 my %dir;
63 for (@tests) {
64 s{[^/]+$}{\*};
65 $dir{$_}++;
66 }
67
68 return { par => [ map { { seq => $_ } } sort keys %dir ] };
69}
70
71sub _extract_tests;
72sub _extract_tests {
73 # This can probably be done more tersely with a map, but I doubt that it
74 # would be as clear
75 my @results;
76 foreach (@_) {
77 my $ref = ref $_;
78 if ($ref) {
79 if ($ref eq 'ARRAY') {
80 push @results, _extract_tests @$_;
81 } elsif ($ref eq 'HASH') {
82 push @results, _extract_tests values %$_;
83 } else {
84 die "Unknown reference type $ref";
85 }
86 } else {
0ae187c2 87 push @results, glob $_;
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88 }
89 }
90 @results;
91}
92
12558422 93if ($ARGV[0] && $ARGV[0]=~/^-re/) {
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94 if ($ARGV[0]!~/=/) {
95 shift;
96 $re=join "|",@ARGV;
97 @ARGV=();
98 } else {
99 (undef,$re)=split/=/,shift;
100 }
101}
102
0279961e 103my $jobs = $ENV{TEST_JOBS};
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104my ($fork, $rules, $state);
105if ($ENV{HARNESS_OPTIONS}) {
106 for my $opt ( split /:/, $ENV{HARNESS_OPTIONS} ) {
107 if ( $opt =~ /^j(\d*)$/ ) {
108 $jobs ||= $1 || 9;
109 }
110 elsif ( $opt eq 'f' ) {
111 $fork = 1;
112 }
113 elsif ( $opt eq 'c' ) {
114# $args->{color} = 1;
115 }
116 else {
117 die "Unknown HARNESS_OPTIONS item: $opt\n";
118 }
119 }
120}
0279961e 121
7a315204 122if (@ARGV) {
0279961e 123 # If you want these run in speed order, just use prove
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124 if ($^O eq 'MSWin32') {
125 @tests = map(glob($_),@ARGV);
126 }
127 else {
128 @tests = @ARGV;
129 }
7a315204 130} else {
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131 # Ideally we'd get somewhere close to Tux's Oslo rules
132 # my $rules = {
133 # par => [
134 # { seq => '../ext/DB_File/t/*' },
135 # { seq => '../ext/IO_Compress_Zlib/t/*' },
136 # { seq => '../lib/CPANPLUS/*' },
137 # { seq => '../lib/ExtUtils/t/*' },
138 # '*'
139 # ]
140 # };
141
142 # but for now, run all directories in sequence. In particular, it would be
143 # nice to get the tests in t/op/*.t able to run in parallel.
144
b695f709 145 unless (@tests) {
0279961e 146 my @seq = <base/*.t>;
9ae5a6c3 147
6b77813c 148 my @next = qw(comp cmd run io op uni mro lib porting);
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149 push @next, 'japh' if $torture;
150 push @next, 'win32' if $^O eq 'MSWin32';
7019aa11 151 push @next, 'benchmark' if $ENV{PERL_BENCHMARK};
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152 # Hopefully TAP::Parser::Scheduler will support this syntax soon.
153 # my $next = { par => '{' . join (',', @next) . '}/*.t' };
154 my $next = { par => [
2f4cffa7 155 map { "$_/*.t" } @next
e6867818 156 ] };
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157 @tests = _extract_tests ($next);
158
159 # This is a bit of a game, because we only want to sort these tests in
160 # speed order. base/*.t wants to run first, and ext,lib etc last and in
161 # MANIFEST order
162 if ($jobs) {
163 require App::Prove::State;
164 $state = App::Prove::State->new({ store => 'test_state' });
165 $state->apply_switch('slow', 'save');
166 # For some reason get_tests returns *all* the tests previously run,
167 # (in the right order), not simply the selection in @tests
168 # (in the right order). Not sure if this is a bug or a feature.
169 # Whatever, *we* are only interested in the ones that are in @tests
170 my %seen;
171 @seen{@tests} = ();
172 @tests = grep {exists $seen{$_} } $state->get_tests(0, @tests);
173 }
174 @tests = (@seq, @tests);
175 push @seq, $next;
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176
177 my @last;
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178 use Config;
179 my %skip;
180 {
181 my %extensions = _populate_hash $Config{'extensions'};
182 my %known_extensions = _populate_hash $Config{'known_extensions'};
183 foreach (keys %known_extensions) {
184 $skip{$_}++ unless $extensions{$_};
185 }
186 }
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187 use File::Spec;
188 my $updir = File::Spec->updir;
122a0375 189 my $mani = File::Spec->catfile(File::Spec->updir, "MANIFEST");
b695f709 190 if (open(MANI, $mani)) {
b1d1c89d 191 my @manitests = ();
b695f709 192 while (<MANI>) { # similar code in t/TEST
e469beda 193 if (m!^(ext/(\S+)/+(?:[^/\s]+\.t|test\.pl)|lib/\S+?(?:\.t|test\.pl))\s!) {
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194 my ($test, $extension) = ($1, $2);
195 if (defined $extension) {
196 $extension =~ s!/t$!!;
197 # XXX Do I want to warn that I'm skipping these?
198 next if $skip{$extension};
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199 my $flat_extension = $extension;
200 $flat_extension =~ s!-!/!g;
201 next if $skip{$flat_extension}; # Foo/Bar may live in Foo-Bar
6234cb77 202 }
b1d1c89d 203 push @manitests, File::Spec->catfile($updir, $test);
b695f709 204 }
7a315204 205 }
35d88760 206 close MANI;
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207 # Sort the list of test files read from MANIFEST into a sensible
208 # order instead of using the order in which they are listed there
9ae5a6c3 209 push @last, sort { lc $a cmp lc $b } @manitests;
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210 } else {
211 warn "$0: cannot open $mani: $!\n";
7a315204 212 }
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213 push @last, <pod/*.t>;
214 push @last, <x2p/*.t>;
215
0279961e 216 push @tests, @last;
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217
218 push @seq, _seq_dir_rules @last;
219
220 $rules = { seq => \@seq };
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221 }
222}
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223if ($^O eq 'MSWin32') {
224 s,\\,/,g for @tests;
225}
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226@tests=grep /$re/, @tests
227 if $re;
9ae5a6c3 228
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229if ($jobs) {
230 eval 'use TAP::Harness 3.13; 1' or die $@;
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231
232 # Test::Harness parses $ENV{HARNESS_OPTIONS}, TAP::Harness does not
233 local $ENV{HARNESS_OPTIONS};
234 my $h = TAP::Harness->new({ jobs => $jobs, rules => $rules, ($fork ? (fork => $fork) : ())});
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235 if ($state) {
236 $h->callback(
237 after_test => sub {
238 $state->observe_test(@_);
239 }
240 );
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241 $h->callback(
242 after_runtests => sub {
243 $state->commit(@_);
244 }
245 );
0279961e 246 }
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247 $h->callback(
248 parser_args => sub {
249 my ( $args, $test ) = @_;
250 push @{ $args->{switches} }, '-I../lib';
251 }
252 );
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253 $h->runtests(@tests);
254} else {
255 Test::Harness::runtests @tests;
256}
de125441 257exit(0);