1. Brent Pedersen
  2. pypy


Armin Rigo  committed 9b9f26c

Bah. An issue with py.test error reporting is that if these return generators,
then they are exhausted by the time it does assert re-evaluation, and we get
confusing messages. (I know it's ultimately my own fault, not blaming anyone
else here :-)

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File pypy/module/pypyjit/test_pypy_c/model.py

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             if op.name != 'debug_merge_point' or include_debug_merge_points:
                 yield op
-    def allops(self, include_debug_merge_points=False, opcode=None):
+    def _allops(self, include_debug_merge_points=False, opcode=None):
         opcode_name = opcode
         for chunk in self.flatten_chunks():
             opcode = chunk.getopcode()                                                          
                 for op in self._ops_for_chunk(chunk, include_debug_merge_points):
                     yield op
+    def allops(self, *args, **kwds):
+        return list(self._allops(*args, **kwds))
     def format_ops(self, id=None, **kwds):
         if id is None:
             ops = self.allops(**kwds)
     def print_ops(self, *args, **kwds):
         print self.format_ops(*args, **kwds)
-    def ops_by_id(self, id, include_debug_merge_points=False, opcode=None):
+    def _ops_by_id(self, id, include_debug_merge_points=False, opcode=None):
         opcode_name = opcode
         target_opcodes = self.ids[id]
         for chunk in self.flatten_chunks():
                 for op in self._ops_for_chunk(chunk, include_debug_merge_points):
                     yield op
+    def ops_by_id(self, *args, **kwds):
+        return list(self._ops_by_id(*args, **kwds))
     def match(self, expected_src, **kwds):
         ops = list(self.allops())
         matcher = OpMatcher(ops, src=self.format_ops())