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SCons-custom-sig / QMTest / TestSCons.py

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"""
TestSCons.py:  a testing framework for the SCons software construction
tool.

A TestSCons environment object is created via the usual invocation:

    test = TestSCons()

TestScons is a subclass of TestCommon, which is in turn is a subclass
of TestCmd), and hence has available all of the methods and attributes
from those classes, as well as any overridden or additional methods or
attributes defined in this subclass.
"""

# __COPYRIGHT__
from __future__ import division

__revision__ = "__FILE__ __REVISION__ __DATE__ __DEVELOPER__"

import os
import re
import shutil
import sys
import time

from TestCommon import *
from TestCommon import __all__

# Some tests which verify that SCons has been packaged properly need to
# look for specific version file names.  Replicating the version number
# here provides some independent verification that what we packaged
# conforms to what we expect.

default_version = '2.1.0.alpha.yyyymmdd'

copyright_years = '2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012'

python_version_unsupported = (2, 3, 0)
python_version_deprecated = (2, 4, 0)

# In the checked-in source, the value of SConsVersion in the following
# line must remain "__ VERSION __" (without the spaces) so the built
# version in build/QMTest/TestSCons.py contains the actual version
# string of the packages that have been built.
SConsVersion = '__VERSION__'
if SConsVersion == '__' + 'VERSION' + '__':
    SConsVersion = default_version

__all__.extend([ 'TestSCons',
                 'machine',
                 'python',
                 '_exe',
                 '_obj',
                 '_shobj',
                 'shobj_',
                 'lib_',
                 '_lib',
                 'dll_',
                 '_dll'
               ])

machine_map = {
    'i686'  : 'i386',
    'i586'  : 'i386',
    'i486'  : 'i386',
}

try:
    uname = os.uname
except AttributeError:
    # Windows doesn't have a uname() function.  We could use something like
    # sys.platform as a fallback, but that's not really a "machine," so
    # just leave it as None.
    machine = None
else:
    machine = uname()[4]
    machine = machine_map.get(machine, machine)

_exe = exe_suffix
_obj = obj_suffix
_shobj = shobj_suffix
shobj_ = shobj_prefix
_lib = lib_suffix
lib_ = lib_prefix
_dll = dll_suffix
dll_ = dll_prefix

def gccFortranLibs():
    """Test which gcc Fortran startup libraries are required.
    This should probably move into SCons itself, but is kind of hacky.
    """

    libs = ['g2c']
    cmd = 'gcc -v'

    try:
        import subprocess
    except ImportError:
        try:
            import popen2
            stderr = popen2.popen3(cmd)[2].read()
        except OSError:
            return libs
    else:
        p = subprocess.Popen(cmd, shell=True, stderr=subprocess.PIPE)
        stderr = p.stderr.read()
    m = re.search('gcc version (\d\.\d)', stderr)
    if m:
        gcc_version = m.group(1)
        if re.match('4.[^0]', gcc_version):
            libs = ['gfortranbegin']
        elif gcc_version in ('3.1', '4.0'):
            libs = ['frtbegin'] + libs

    return libs


if sys.platform == 'cygwin':
    # On Cygwin, os.path.normcase() lies, so just report back the
    # fact that the underlying Win32 OS is case-insensitive.
    def case_sensitive_suffixes(s1, s2):
        return 0
else:
    def case_sensitive_suffixes(s1, s2):
        return (os.path.normcase(s1) != os.path.normcase(s2))


if sys.platform == 'win32':
    fortran_lib = gccFortranLibs()
elif sys.platform == 'cygwin':
    fortran_lib = gccFortranLibs()
elif sys.platform.find('irix') != -1:
    fortran_lib = ['ftn']
else:
    fortran_lib = gccFortranLibs()


file_expr = r"""File "[^"]*", line \d+, in [^\n]+
"""

# re.escape escapes too much.
def re_escape(str):
    for c in '\\.[]()*+?':   # Not an exhaustive list.
        str = str.replace(c, '\\' + c)
    return str


def python_version_string():
    return sys.version.split()[0]

def python_minor_version_string():
    return sys.version[:3]

def unsupported_python_version(version=sys.version_info):
    return version < python_version_unsupported

def deprecated_python_version(version=sys.version_info):
    return version < python_version_deprecated

if deprecated_python_version():
    msg = r"""
scons: warning: Support for pre-2.4 Python (%s) is deprecated.
    If this will cause hardship, contact dev@scons.tigris.org.
"""

    deprecated_python_expr = re_escape(msg % python_version_string()) + file_expr
    del msg
else:
    deprecated_python_expr = ""


def initialize_sconsflags(ignore_python_version):
    """
    Add the --warn=no-python-version option to SCONSFLAGS for every
    command so test scripts don't have to filter out Python version
    deprecation warnings.
    Same for --warn=no-visual-c-missing.
    """
    save_sconsflags = os.environ.get('SCONSFLAGS')
    if save_sconsflags:
        sconsflags = [save_sconsflags]
    else:
        sconsflags = []
    if ignore_python_version and deprecated_python_version():
        sconsflags.append('--warn=no-python-version')
    # Provide a way to suppress or provide alternate flags for
    # TestSCons purposes by setting TESTSCONS_SCONSFLAGS.
    # (The intended use case is to set it to null when running
    # timing tests of earlier versions of SCons which don't
    # support the --warn=no-visual-c-missing warning.)
    visual_c = os.environ.get('TESTSCONS_SCONSFLAGS',
                              '--warn=no-visual-c-missing')
    if visual_c:
        sconsflags.append(visual_c)
    os.environ['SCONSFLAGS'] = ' '.join(sconsflags)
    return save_sconsflags

def restore_sconsflags(sconsflags):
    if sconsflags is None:
        del os.environ['SCONSFLAGS']
    else:
        os.environ['SCONSFLAGS'] = sconsflags


class TestSCons(TestCommon):
    """Class for testing SCons.

    This provides a common place for initializing SCons tests,
    eliminating the need to begin every test with the same repeated
    initializations.
    """

    scons_version = SConsVersion

    def __init__(self, **kw):
        """Initialize an SCons testing object.

        If they're not overridden by keyword arguments, this
        initializes the object with the following default values:

                program = 'scons' if it exists,
                          else 'scons.py'
                interpreter = 'python'
                match = match_exact
                workdir = ''

        The workdir value means that, by default, a temporary workspace
        directory is created for a TestSCons environment.  In addition,
        this method changes directory (chdir) to the workspace directory,
        so an explicit "chdir = '.'" on all of the run() method calls
        is not necessary.
        """
        self.orig_cwd = os.getcwd()
        self.external = os.environ.get('SCONS_EXTERNAL_TEST', 0)

        if not self.external:
            try:
                script_dir = os.environ['SCONS_SCRIPT_DIR']
            except KeyError:
                pass
            else:
                os.chdir(script_dir)
        if 'program' not in kw:
            kw['program'] = os.environ.get('SCONS')
            if not kw['program']:
                if not self.external:
                    if os.path.exists('scons'):
                        kw['program'] = 'scons'
                    else:
                        kw['program'] = 'scons.py'
                else:
                    kw['program'] = 'scons'
                    kw['interpreter'] = ''
            elif not self.external and not os.path.isabs(kw['program']):
                kw['program'] = os.path.join(self.orig_cwd, kw['program'])
        if 'interpreter' not in kw and not os.environ.get('SCONS_EXEC'):
            kw['interpreter'] = [python, '-tt']
        if 'match' not in kw:
            kw['match'] = match_exact
        if 'workdir' not in kw:
            kw['workdir'] = ''

        # Term causing test failures due to bogus readline init
        # control character output on FC8
        # TERM can cause test failures due to control chars in prompts etc.
        os.environ['TERM'] = 'dumb'
        
        self.ignore_python_version = kw.get('ignore_python_version',1)
        if kw.get('ignore_python_version', -1) != -1:
            del kw['ignore_python_version']

        TestCommon.__init__(self, **kw)

        if not self.external:
            import SCons.Node.FS
            if SCons.Node.FS.default_fs is None:
                SCons.Node.FS.default_fs = SCons.Node.FS.FS()

        try:
            self.script_srcdir = os.environ['PYTHON_SCRIPT_DIR']
        except KeyError:
            pass

    def Environment(self, ENV=None, *args, **kw):
        """
        Return a construction Environment that optionally overrides
        the default external environment with the specified ENV.
        """
        if not self.external:
            import SCons.Environment
            import SCons.Errors
            if not ENV is None:
                kw['ENV'] = ENV
            try:
                return SCons.Environment.Environment(*args, **kw)
            except (SCons.Errors.UserError, SCons.Errors.InternalError):
                return None

        return None

    def detect(self, var, prog=None, ENV=None, norm=None):
        """
        Detect a program named 'prog' by first checking the construction
        variable named 'var' and finally searching the path used by
        SCons. If either method fails to detect the program, then false
        is returned, otherwise the full path to prog is returned. If
        prog is None, then the value of the environment variable will be
        used as prog.
        """
        env = self.Environment(ENV)
        if env:
            v = env.subst('$'+var)
            if not v:
                return None
            if prog is None:
                prog = v
            if v != prog:
                return None
            result = env.WhereIs(prog)
            if norm and os.sep != '/':
                result = result.replace(os.sep, '/')
            return result
        
        return self.where_is(prog)

    def detect_tool(self, tool, prog=None, ENV=None):
        """
        Given a tool (i.e., tool specification that would be passed
        to the "tools=" parameter of Environment()) and a program that
        corresponds to that tool, return true if and only if we can find
        that tool using Environment.Detect().

        By default, prog is set to the value passed into the tools parameter.
        """

        if not prog:
            prog = tool
        env = self.Environment(ENV, tools=[tool])
        if env is None:
            return None
        return env.Detect([prog])

    def where_is(self, prog, path=None):
        """
        Given a program, search for it in the specified external PATH,
        or in the actual external PATH if none is specified.
        """
        if path is None:
            path = os.environ['PATH']
        if self.external:
            if isinstance(prog, str):
                prog = [prog]
            import stat
            paths = path.split(os.pathsep)
            for p in prog:
                for d in paths:
                    f = os.path.join(d, p)
                    if os.path.isfile(f):
                        try:
                            st = os.stat(f)
                        except OSError:
                            # os.stat() raises OSError, not IOError if the file
                            # doesn't exist, so in this case we let IOError get
                            # raised so as to not mask possibly serious disk or
                            # network issues.
                            continue
                        if stat.S_IMODE(st[stat.ST_MODE]) & 0111:
                            return os.path.normpath(f)
        else:
            import SCons.Environment
            env = SCons.Environment.Environment()
            return env.WhereIs(prog, path)

        return None

    def wrap_stdout(self, build_str = "", read_str = "", error = 0, cleaning = 0):
        """Wraps standard output string(s) in the normal
        "Reading ... done" and "Building ... done" strings
        """
        cap,lc = [ ('Build','build'),
                   ('Clean','clean') ][cleaning]
        if error:
            term = "scons: %sing terminated because of errors.\n" % lc
        else:
            term = "scons: done %sing targets.\n" % lc
        return "scons: Reading SConscript files ...\n" + \
               read_str + \
               "scons: done reading SConscript files.\n" + \
               "scons: %sing targets ...\n" % cap + \
               build_str + \
               term

    def run(self, *args, **kw):
        """
        Set up SCONSFLAGS for every command so test scripts don't need
        to worry about unexpected warnings in their output.
        """
        sconsflags = initialize_sconsflags(self.ignore_python_version)
        try:
            TestCommon.run(self, *args, **kw)
        finally:
            restore_sconsflags(sconsflags)

# Modifying the options should work and ought to be simpler, but this
# class is used for more than just running 'scons' itself.  If there's
# an automated  way of determining whether it's running 'scons' or
# something else, this code should be resurected.
#        options = kw.get('options')
#        if options:
#            options = [options]
#        else:
#            options = []
#        if self.ignore_python_version and deprecated_python_version():
#            options.append('--warn=no-python-version')
#        # Provide a way to suppress or provide alternate flags for
#        # TestSCons purposes by setting TESTSCONS_SCONSFLAGS.
#        # (The intended use case is to set it to null when running
#        # timing tests of earlier versions of SCons which don't
#        # support the --warn=no-visual-c-missing warning.)
#        visual_c = os.environ.get('TESTSCONS_SCONSFLAGS',
#                                      '--warn=no-visual-c-missing')
#        if visual_c:
#            options.append(visual_c)
#        kw['options'] = ' '.join(options)
#        TestCommon.run(self, *args, **kw)

    def up_to_date(self, arguments = '.', read_str = "", **kw):
        s = ""
        for arg in arguments.split():
            s = s + "scons: `%s' is up to date.\n" % arg
        kw['arguments'] = arguments
        stdout = self.wrap_stdout(read_str = read_str, build_str = s)
        # Append '.*' so that timing output that comes after the
        # up-to-date output is okay.
        kw['stdout'] = re.escape(stdout) + '.*'
        kw['match'] = self.match_re_dotall
        self.run(**kw)

    def not_up_to_date(self, arguments = '.', **kw):
        """Asserts that none of the targets listed in arguments is
        up to date, but does not make any assumptions on other targets.
        This function is most useful in conjunction with the -n option.
        """
        s = ""
        for arg in arguments.split():
            s = s + "(?!scons: `%s' is up to date.)" % re.escape(arg)
        s = '('+s+'[^\n]*\n)*'
        kw['arguments'] = arguments
        stdout = re.escape(self.wrap_stdout(build_str='ARGUMENTSGOHERE'))
        kw['stdout'] = stdout.replace('ARGUMENTSGOHERE', s)
        kw['match'] = self.match_re_dotall
        self.run(**kw)

    def option_not_yet_implemented(self, option, arguments=None, **kw):
        """
        Verifies expected behavior for options that are not yet implemented:
        a warning message, and exit status 1.
        """
        msg = "Warning:  the %s option is not yet implemented\n" % option
        kw['stderr'] = msg
        if arguments:
            # If it's a long option and the argument string begins with '=',
            # it's of the form --foo=bar and needs no separating space.
            if option[:2] == '--' and arguments[0] == '=':
                kw['arguments'] = option + arguments
            else:
                kw['arguments'] = option + ' ' + arguments
        return self.run(**kw)

    def deprecated_wrap(self, msg):
        """
        Calculate the pattern that matches a deprecation warning.
        """
        return '\nscons: warning: ' + re_escape(msg) + '\n' + file_expr

    def deprecated_fatal(self, warn, msg):
        """
        Determines if the warning has turned into a fatal error.  If so,
        passes the test, as any remaining runs are now moot.

        This method expects a SConscript to be present that will causes
        the warning.  The method writes a SConstruct that calls the
        SConsscript and looks to see what type of result occurs.

        The pattern that matches the warning is returned.

        TODO: Actually detect that it's now an error.  We don't have any
        cases yet, so there's no way to test it.
        """
        self.write('SConstruct', """if True:
            WARN = ARGUMENTS.get('WARN')
            if WARN: SetOption('warn', WARN)
            SConscript('SConscript')
        """)

        def err_out():
            # TODO calculate stderr for fatal error
            return re_escape('put something here')

        # no option, should get one of nothing, warning, or error
        warning = self.deprecated_wrap(msg)
        self.run(arguments = '.', stderr = None)
        stderr = self.stderr()
        if stderr:
            # most common case done first
            if match_re_dotall(stderr, warning):
               # expected output
               pass
            elif match_re_dotall(stderr, err_out()):
               # now a fatal error; skip the rest of the tests
               self.pass_test()
            else:
               # test failed; have to do this by hand...
               print self.banner('STDOUT ')
               print self.stdout()
               print self.diff(warning, stderr, 'STDERR ')
               self.fail_test()

        return warning

    def deprecated_warning(self, warn, msg):
        """
        Verifies the expected behavior occurs for deprecation warnings.
        This method expects a SConscript to be present that will causes
        the warning.  The method writes a SConstruct and exercises various
        combinations of command-line options and SetOption parameters to
        validate that it performs correctly.

        The pattern that matches the warning is returned.
        """
        warning = self.deprecated_fatal(warn, msg)

        def RunPair(option, expected):
            # run the same test with the option on the command line and
            # then with the option passed via SetOption().
            self.run(options = '--warn=' + option,
                     arguments = '.',
                     stderr = expected,
                     match = match_re_dotall)
            self.run(options = 'WARN=' + option,
                     arguments = '.',
                     stderr = expected,
                     match = match_re_dotall)

        # all warnings off, should get no output
        RunPair('no-deprecated', '')

        # warning enabled, should get expected output
        RunPair(warn, warning)

        # warning disabled, should get either nothing or mandatory message
        expect = """()|(Can not disable mandataory warning: 'no-%s'\n\n%s)""" % (warn, warning)
        RunPair('no-' + warn, expect)

        return warning

    def diff_substr(self, expect, actual, prelen=20, postlen=40):
        i = 0
        for x, y in zip(expect, actual):
            if x != y:
                return "Actual did not match expect at char %d:\n" \
                       "    Expect:  %s\n" \
                       "    Actual:  %s\n" \
                       % (i, repr(expect[i-prelen:i+postlen]),
                             repr(actual[i-prelen:i+postlen]))
            i = i + 1
        return "Actual matched the expected output???"

    def python_file_line(self, file, line):
        """
        Returns a Python error line for output comparisons.

        The exec of the traceback line gives us the correct format for
        this version of Python.  Before 2.5, this yielded:

            File "<string>", line 1, ?

        Python 2.5 changed this to:

            File "<string>", line 1, <module>

        We stick the requested file name and line number in the right
        places, abstracting out the version difference.
        """
        exec 'import traceback; x = traceback.format_stack()[-1]'
        x = x.lstrip()
        x = x.replace('<string>', file)
        x = x.replace('line 1,', 'line %s,' % line)
        return x

    def normalize_ps(self, s):
        s = re.sub(r'(Creation|Mod)Date: .*',
                   r'\1Date XXXX', s)
        s = re.sub(r'%DVIPSSource:\s+TeX output\s.*',
                   r'%DVIPSSource:   TeX output XXXX', s)
        s = re.sub(r'/(BaseFont|FontName) /[A-Z0-9]{6}',
                   r'/\1 /XXXXXX', s)
        s = re.sub(r'BeginFont: [A-Z0-9]{6}',
                   r'BeginFont: XXXXXX', s)

        return s

    def normalize_pdf(self, s):
        s = re.sub(r'/(Creation|Mod)Date \(D:[^)]*\)',
                   r'/\1Date (D:XXXX)', s)
        s = re.sub(r'/ID \[<[0-9a-fA-F]*> <[0-9a-fA-F]*>\]',
                   r'/ID [<XXXX> <XXXX>]', s)
        s = re.sub(r'/(BaseFont|FontName) /[A-Z]{6}',
                   r'/\1 /XXXXXX', s)
        s = re.sub(r'/Length \d+ *\n/Filter /FlateDecode\n',
                   r'/Length XXXX\n/Filter /FlateDecode\n', s)

        try:
            import zlib
        except ImportError:
            pass
        else:
            begin_marker = '/FlateDecode\n>>\nstream\n'
            end_marker = 'endstream\nendobj'

            encoded = []
            b = s.find(begin_marker, 0)
            while b != -1:
                b = b + len(begin_marker)
                e = s.find(end_marker, b)
                encoded.append((b, e))
                b = s.find(begin_marker, e + len(end_marker))

            x = 0
            r = []
            for b, e in encoded:
                r.append(s[x:b])
                d = zlib.decompress(s[b:e])
                d = re.sub(r'%%CreationDate: [^\n]*\n',
                           r'%%CreationDate: 1970 Jan 01 00:00:00\n', d)
                d = re.sub(r'%DVIPSSource:  TeX output \d\d\d\d\.\d\d\.\d\d:\d\d\d\d',
                           r'%DVIPSSource:  TeX output 1970.01.01:0000', d)
                d = re.sub(r'/(BaseFont|FontName) /[A-Z]{6}',
                           r'/\1 /XXXXXX', d)
                r.append(d)
                x = e
            r.append(s[x:])
            s = ''.join(r)

        return s

    def paths(self,patterns):
        import glob
        result = []
        for p in patterns:
            result.extend(sorted(glob.glob(p)))
        return result


    def java_ENV(self, version=None):
        """
        Initialize with a default external environment that uses a local
        Java SDK in preference to whatever's found in the default PATH.
        """
        if not self.external:
            try:
                return self._java_env[version]['ENV']
            except AttributeError:
                self._java_env = {}
            except KeyError:
                pass
    
            import SCons.Environment
            env = SCons.Environment.Environment()
            self._java_env[version] = env
    
    
            if version:
                patterns = [
                    '/usr/java/jdk%s*/bin'    % version,
                    '/usr/lib/jvm/*-%s*/bin' % version,
                    '/usr/local/j2sdk%s*/bin' % version,
                ]
                java_path = self.paths(patterns) + [env['ENV']['PATH']]
            else:
                patterns = [
                    '/usr/java/latest/bin',
                    '/usr/lib/jvm/*/bin',
                    '/usr/local/j2sdk*/bin',
                ]
                java_path = self.paths(patterns) + [env['ENV']['PATH']]
    
            env['ENV']['PATH'] = os.pathsep.join(java_path)
            return env['ENV']

        return None
        
    def java_where_includes(self,version=None):
        """
        Return java include paths compiling java jni code
        """
        import glob
        import sys
        if not version:
            version=''
            jni_dirs = ['/System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Headers/jni.h',
                        '/usr/lib/jvm/default-java/include/jni.h']
        else:
            jni_dirs = ['/System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/%s*/Headers/jni.h'%version]
        jni_dirs.extend(['/usr/lib/jvm/java-*-sun-%s*/include/jni.h'%version,
                         '/usr/lib/jvm/java-%s*-openjdk/include/jni.h'%version,
                         '/usr/java/jdk%s*/include/jni.h'%version])
        dirs = self.paths(jni_dirs)
        if not dirs:
            return None
        d=os.path.dirname(self.paths(jni_dirs)[0])
        result=[d]

        if sys.platform == 'win32':
            result.append(os.path.join(d,'win32'))
        elif sys.platform.startswith('linux'):
            result.append(os.path.join(d,'linux'))
        return result


    def java_where_java_home(self,version=None):
        if sys.platform[:6] == 'darwin':
            if version is None:
                home = '/System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Home'
            else:
                home = '/System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/%s/Home' % version
        else:
            jar = self.java_where_jar(version)
            home = os.path.normpath('%s/..'%jar)
        if os.path.isdir(home):
            return home
        print("Could not determine JAVA_HOME: %s is not a directory" % home)
        self.fail_test()

    def java_where_jar(self, version=None):
        ENV = self.java_ENV(version)
        if self.detect_tool('jar', ENV=ENV):
            where_jar = self.detect('JAR', 'jar', ENV=ENV)
        else:
            where_jar = self.where_is('jar', ENV['PATH'])
        if not where_jar:
            self.skip_test("Could not find Java jar, skipping test(s).\n")
        return where_jar

    def java_where_java(self, version=None):
        """
        Return a path to the java executable.
        """
        ENV = self.java_ENV(version)
        where_java = self.where_is('java', ENV['PATH'])
        if not where_java:
            self.skip_test("Could not find Java java, skipping test(s).\n")
        return where_java

    def java_where_javac(self, version=None):
        """
        Return a path to the javac compiler.
        """
        ENV = self.java_ENV(version)
        if self.detect_tool('javac'):
            where_javac = self.detect('JAVAC', 'javac', ENV=ENV)
        else:
            where_javac = self.where_is('javac', ENV['PATH'])
        if not where_javac:
            self.skip_test("Could not find Java javac, skipping test(s).\n")
        self.run(program = where_javac,
                 arguments = '-version',
                 stderr=None,
                 status=None)
        if version:
            if self.stderr().find('javac %s' % version) == -1:
                fmt = "Could not find javac for Java version %s, skipping test(s).\n"
                self.skip_test(fmt % version)
        else:
            m = re.search(r'javac (\d\.\d)', self.stderr())
            if m:
                version = m.group(1)
            else:
                version = None
        return where_javac, version

    def java_where_javah(self, version=None):
        ENV = self.java_ENV(version)
        if self.detect_tool('javah'):
            where_javah = self.detect('JAVAH', 'javah', ENV=ENV)
        else:
            where_javah = self.where_is('javah', ENV['PATH'])
        if not where_javah:
            self.skip_test("Could not find Java javah, skipping test(s).\n")
        return where_javah

    def java_where_rmic(self, version=None):
        ENV = self.java_ENV(version)
        if self.detect_tool('rmic'):
            where_rmic = self.detect('RMIC', 'rmic', ENV=ENV)
        else:
            where_rmic = self.where_is('rmic', ENV['PATH'])
        if not where_rmic:
            self.skip_test("Could not find Java rmic, skipping non-simulated test(s).\n")
        return where_rmic

    def java_get_class_files(self, dir):
        result = []
        for dirpath, dirnames, filenames in os.walk(dir):
            for fname in filenames:
                if fname.endswith('.class'):
                    result.append(os.path.join(dirpath, fname))
        return sorted(result)


    def Qt_dummy_installation(self, dir='qt'):
        # create a dummy qt installation

        self.subdir( dir, [dir, 'bin'], [dir, 'include'], [dir, 'lib'] )

        self.write([dir, 'bin', 'mymoc.py'], """\
import getopt
import sys
import re
# -w and -z are fake options used in test/QT/QTFLAGS.py
cmd_opts, args = getopt.getopt(sys.argv[1:], 'io:wz', [])
output = None
impl = 0
opt_string = ''
for opt, arg in cmd_opts:
    if opt == '-o': output = open(arg, 'wb')
    elif opt == '-i': impl = 1
    else: opt_string = opt_string + ' ' + opt
output.write("/* mymoc.py%s */\\n" % opt_string)
for a in args:
    contents = open(a, 'rb').read()
    a = a.replace('\\\\', '\\\\\\\\')
    subst = r'{ my_qt_symbol( "' + a + '\\\\n" ); }'
    if impl:
        contents = re.sub( r'#include.*', '', contents )
    output.write(contents.replace('Q_OBJECT', subst))
output.close()
sys.exit(0)
""")

        self.write([dir, 'bin', 'myuic.py'], """\
import os.path
import re
import sys
output_arg = 0
impl_arg = 0
impl = None
source = None
opt_string = ''
for arg in sys.argv[1:]:
    if output_arg:
        output = open(arg, 'wb')
        output_arg = 0
    elif impl_arg:
        impl = arg
        impl_arg = 0
    elif arg == "-o":
        output_arg = 1
    elif arg == "-impl":
        impl_arg = 1
    elif arg[0:1] == "-":
        opt_string = opt_string + ' ' + arg
    else:
        if source:
            sys.exit(1)
        source = open(arg, 'rb')
        sourceFile = arg
output.write("/* myuic.py%s */\\n" % opt_string)
if impl:
    output.write( '#include "' + impl + '"\\n' )
    includes = re.findall('<include.*?>(.*?)</include>', source.read())
    for incFile in includes:
        # this is valid for ui.h files, at least
        if os.path.exists(incFile):
            output.write('#include "' + incFile + '"\\n')
else:
    output.write( '#include "my_qobject.h"\\n' + source.read() + " Q_OBJECT \\n" )
output.close()
sys.exit(0)
""" )

        self.write([dir, 'include', 'my_qobject.h'], r"""
#define Q_OBJECT ;
void my_qt_symbol(const char *arg);
""")

        self.write([dir, 'lib', 'my_qobject.cpp'], r"""
#include "../include/my_qobject.h"
#include <stdio.h>
void my_qt_symbol(const char *arg) {
  fputs( arg, stdout );
}
""")

        self.write([dir, 'lib', 'SConstruct'], r"""
env = Environment()
import sys
if sys.platform == 'win32':
    env.StaticLibrary( 'myqt', 'my_qobject.cpp' )
else:
    env.SharedLibrary( 'myqt', 'my_qobject.cpp' )
""")

        self.run(chdir = self.workpath(dir, 'lib'),
                 arguments = '.',
                 stderr = noisy_ar,
                 match = self.match_re_dotall)

        self.QT = self.workpath(dir)
        self.QT_LIB = 'myqt'
        self.QT_MOC = '%s %s' % (_python_, self.workpath(dir, 'bin', 'mymoc.py'))
        self.QT_UIC = '%s %s' % (_python_, self.workpath(dir, 'bin', 'myuic.py'))
        self.QT_LIB_DIR = self.workpath(dir, 'lib')

    def Qt_create_SConstruct(self, place):
        if isinstance(place, list):
            place = test.workpath(*place)
        self.write(place, """\
if ARGUMENTS.get('noqtdir', 0): QTDIR=None
else: QTDIR=r'%s'
env = Environment(QTDIR = QTDIR,
                  QT_LIB = r'%s',
                  QT_MOC = r'%s',
                  QT_UIC = r'%s',
                  tools=['default','qt'])
dup = 1
if ARGUMENTS.get('variant_dir', 0):
    if ARGUMENTS.get('chdir', 0):
        SConscriptChdir(1)
    else:
        SConscriptChdir(0)
    dup=int(ARGUMENTS.get('dup', 1))
    if dup == 0:
        builddir = 'build_dup0'
        env['QT_DEBUG'] = 1
    else:
        builddir = 'build'
    VariantDir(builddir, '.', duplicate=dup)
    print builddir, dup
    sconscript = Dir(builddir).File('SConscript')
else:
    sconscript = File('SConscript')
Export("env dup")
SConscript( sconscript )
""" % (self.QT, self.QT_LIB, self.QT_MOC, self.QT_UIC))


    NCR = 0 # non-cached rebuild
    CR  = 1 # cached rebuild (up to date)
    NCF = 2 # non-cached build failure
    CF  = 3 # cached build failure

    if sys.platform == 'win32':
        Configure_lib = 'msvcrt'
    else:
        Configure_lib = 'm'

    # to use cygwin compilers on cmd.exe -> uncomment following line
    #Configure_lib = 'm'

    def checkLogAndStdout(self, checks, results, cached,
                          logfile, sconf_dir, sconstruct,
                          doCheckLog=1, doCheckStdout=1):

        class NoMatch(Exception):
            def __init__(self, p):
                self.pos = p

        def matchPart(log, logfile, lastEnd, NoMatch=NoMatch):
            m = re.match(log, logfile[lastEnd:])
            if not m:
                raise NoMatch(lastEnd)
            return m.end() + lastEnd
        try:
            #print len(os.linesep)
            ls = os.linesep
            nols = "("
            for i in range(len(ls)):
                nols = nols + "("
                for j in range(i):
                    nols = nols + ls[j]
                nols = nols + "[^" + ls[i] + "])"
                if i < len(ls)-1:
                    nols = nols + "|"
            nols = nols + ")"
            lastEnd = 0
            logfile = self.read(self.workpath(logfile))
            if (doCheckLog and
                logfile.find( "scons: warning: The stored build "
                             "information has an unexpected class." ) >= 0):
                self.fail_test()
            sconf_dir = sconf_dir
            sconstruct = sconstruct

            log = r'file\ \S*%s\,line \d+:' % re.escape(sconstruct) + ls
            if doCheckLog: lastEnd = matchPart(log, logfile, lastEnd)
            log = "\t" + re.escape("Configure(confdir = %s)" % sconf_dir) + ls
            if doCheckLog: lastEnd = matchPart(log, logfile, lastEnd)
            rdstr = ""
            cnt = 0
            for check,result,cache_desc in zip(checks, results, cached):
                log   = re.escape("scons: Configure: " + check) + ls
                if doCheckLog: lastEnd = matchPart(log, logfile, lastEnd)
                log = ""
                result_cached = 1
                for bld_desc in cache_desc: # each TryXXX
                    for ext, flag in bld_desc: # each file in TryBuild
                        file = os.path.join(sconf_dir,"conftest_%d%s" % (cnt, ext))
                        if flag == self.NCR:
                            # rebuild will pass
                            if ext in ['.c', '.cpp']:
                                log=log + re.escape(file + " <-") + ls
                                log=log + r"(  \|" + nols + "*" + ls + ")+?"
                            else:
                                log=log + "(" + nols + "*" + ls +")*?"
                            result_cached = 0
                        if flag == self.CR:
                            # up to date
                            log=log + \
                                 re.escape("scons: Configure: \"%s\" is up to date." 
                                           % file) + ls
                            log=log+re.escape("scons: Configure: The original builder "
                                              "output was:") + ls
                            log=log+r"(  \|.*"+ls+")+"
                        if flag == self.NCF:
                            # non-cached rebuild failure
                            log=log + "(" + nols + "*" + ls + ")*?"
                            result_cached = 0
                        if flag == self.CF:
                            # cached rebuild failure
                            log=log + \
                                 re.escape("scons: Configure: Building \"%s\" failed "
                                           "in a previous run and all its sources are"
                                           " up to date." % file) + ls
                            log=log+re.escape("scons: Configure: The original builder "
                                              "output was:") + ls
                            log=log+r"(  \|.*"+ls+")+"
                    cnt = cnt + 1
                if result_cached:
                    result = "(cached) " + result
                rdstr = rdstr + re.escape(check) + re.escape(result) + "\n"
                log=log + re.escape("scons: Configure: " + result) + ls + ls
                if doCheckLog: lastEnd = matchPart(log, logfile, lastEnd)
                log = ""
            if doCheckLog: lastEnd = matchPart(ls, logfile, lastEnd)
            if doCheckLog and lastEnd != len(logfile):
                raise NoMatch(lastEnd)
            
        except NoMatch, m:
            print "Cannot match log file against log regexp."
            print "log file: "
            print "------------------------------------------------------"
            print logfile[m.pos:]
            print "------------------------------------------------------"
            print "log regexp: "
            print "------------------------------------------------------"
            print log
            print "------------------------------------------------------"
            self.fail_test()

        if doCheckStdout:
            exp_stdout = self.wrap_stdout(".*", rdstr)
            if not self.match_re_dotall(self.stdout(), exp_stdout):
                print "Unexpected stdout: "
                print "-----------------------------------------------------"
                print repr(self.stdout())
                print "-----------------------------------------------------"
                print repr(exp_stdout)
                print "-----------------------------------------------------"
                self.fail_test()

    def get_python_version(self):
        """
        Returns the Python version (just so everyone doesn't have to
        hand-code slicing the right number of characters).
        """
        # see also sys.prefix documentation
        return python_minor_version_string()

    def get_platform_python_info(self):
        """
        Returns a path to a Python executable suitable for testing on
        this platform and its associated include path, library path,
        and library name.
        """
        python = self.where_is('python')
        if not python:
            self.skip_test('Can not find installed "python", skipping test.\n')

        self.run(program = python, stdin = """\
import os, sys
try:
	py_ver = 'python%d.%d' % sys.version_info[:2]
except AttributeError:
	py_ver = 'python' + sys.version[:3]
print os.path.join(sys.prefix, 'include', py_ver)
print os.path.join(sys.prefix, 'lib', py_ver, 'config')
print py_ver
""")

        return [python] + self.stdout().strip().split('\n')

    def start(self, *args, **kw):
        """
        Starts SCons in the test environment.

        This method exists to tell Test{Cmd,Common} that we're going to
        use standard input without forcing every .start() call in the
        individual tests to do so explicitly.
        """
        if 'stdin' not in kw:
            kw['stdin'] = True
        sconsflags = initialize_sconsflags(self.ignore_python_version)
        try:
            p = TestCommon.start(self, *args, **kw)
        finally:
            restore_sconsflags(sconsflags)
        return p

    def wait_for(self, fname, timeout=20.0, popen=None):
        """
        Waits for the specified file name to exist.
        """
        waited = 0.0
        while not os.path.exists(fname):
            if timeout and waited >= timeout:
                sys.stderr.write('timed out waiting for %s to exist\n' % fname)
                if popen:
                    popen.stdin.close()
                    popen.stdin = None
                    self.status = 1
                    self.finish(popen)
                stdout = self.stdout()
                if stdout:
                    sys.stdout.write(self.banner('STDOUT ') + '\n')
                    sys.stdout.write(stdout)
                stderr = self.stderr()
                if stderr:
                    sys.stderr.write(self.banner('STDERR ') + '\n')
                    sys.stderr.write(stderr)
                self.fail_test()
            time.sleep(1.0)
            waited = waited + 1.0

    def get_alt_cpp_suffix(self):
        """
        Many CXX tests have this same logic.
        They all needed to determine if the current os supports
        files with .C and .c as different files or not
        in which case they are instructed to use .cpp instead of .C
        """
        if not case_sensitive_suffixes('.c','.C'):
            alt_cpp_suffix = '.cpp'
        else:
            alt_cpp_suffix = '.C'
        return alt_cpp_suffix


class Stat:
    def __init__(self, name, units, expression, convert=None):
        if convert is None:
            convert = lambda x: x
        self.name = name
        self.units = units
        self.expression = re.compile(expression)
        self.convert = convert

StatList = [
    Stat('memory-initial', 'kbytes',
         r'Memory before reading SConscript files:\s+(\d+)',
         convert=lambda s: int(s) // 1024),
    Stat('memory-prebuild', 'kbytes',
         r'Memory before building targets:\s+(\d+)',
         convert=lambda s: int(s) // 1024),
    Stat('memory-final', 'kbytes',
         r'Memory after building targets:\s+(\d+)',
         convert=lambda s: int(s) // 1024),

    Stat('time-sconscript', 'seconds',
         r'Total SConscript file execution time:\s+([\d.]+) seconds'),
    Stat('time-scons', 'seconds',
         r'Total SCons execution time:\s+([\d.]+) seconds'),
    Stat('time-commands', 'seconds',
         r'Total command execution time:\s+([\d.]+) seconds'),
    Stat('time-total', 'seconds',
         r'Total build time:\s+([\d.]+) seconds'),
]


class TimeSCons(TestSCons):
    """Class for timing SCons."""
    def __init__(self, *args, **kw):
        """
        In addition to normal TestSCons.TestSCons intialization,
        this enables verbose mode (which causes the command lines to
        be displayed in the output) and copies the contents of the
        directory containing the executing script to the temporary
        working directory.
        """
        self.variables = kw.get('variables')
        default_calibrate_variables = []
        if self.variables is not None:
            for variable, value in self.variables.items():
                value = os.environ.get(variable, value)
                try:
                    value = int(value)
                except ValueError:
                    try:
                        value = float(value)
                    except ValueError:
                        pass
                    else:
                        default_calibrate_variables.append(variable)
                else:
                    default_calibrate_variables.append(variable)
                self.variables[variable] = value
            del kw['variables']
        calibrate_keyword_arg = kw.get('calibrate')
        if calibrate_keyword_arg is None:
            self.calibrate_variables = default_calibrate_variables
        else:
            self.calibrate_variables = calibrate_keyword_arg
            del kw['calibrate']

        self.calibrate = os.environ.get('TIMESCONS_CALIBRATE', '0') != '0'

        if 'verbose' not in kw and not self.calibrate:
            kw['verbose'] = True

        TestSCons.__init__(self, *args, **kw)

        # TODO(sgk):    better way to get the script dir than sys.argv[0]
        self.test_dir = os.path.dirname(sys.argv[0])
        test_name = os.path.basename(self.test_dir)

        if not os.path.isabs(self.test_dir):
            self.test_dir = os.path.join(self.orig_cwd, self.test_dir)
        self.copy_timing_configuration(self.test_dir, self.workpath())

    def main(self, *args, **kw):
        """
        The main entry point for standard execution of timings.

        This method run SCons three times:

          Once with the --help option, to have it exit after just reading
          the configuration.

          Once as a full build of all targets.

          Once again as a (presumably) null or up-to-date build of
          all targets.

        The elapsed time to execute each build is printed after
        it has finished.
        """
        if 'options' not in kw and self.variables:
            options = []
            for variable, value in self.variables.items():
                options.append('%s=%s' % (variable, value))
            kw['options'] = ' '.join(options)
        if self.calibrate:
            self.calibration(*args, **kw)
        else:
            self.uptime()
            self.startup(*args, **kw)
            self.full(*args, **kw)
            self.null(*args, **kw)

    def trace(self, graph, name, value, units, sort=None):
        fmt = "TRACE: graph=%s name=%s value=%s units=%s"
        line = fmt % (graph, name, value, units)
        if sort is not None:
          line = line + (' sort=%s' % sort)
        line = line + '\n'
        sys.stdout.write(line)
        sys.stdout.flush()

    def report_traces(self, trace, stats):
        self.trace('TimeSCons-elapsed',
                   trace,
                   self.elapsed_time(),
                   "seconds",
                   sort=0)
        for name, args in stats.items():
            self.trace(name, trace, **args)

    def uptime(self):
        try:
            fp = open('/proc/loadavg')
        except EnvironmentError:
            pass
        else:
            avg1, avg5, avg15 = fp.readline().split(" ")[:3]
            fp.close()
            self.trace('load-average',  'average1', avg1, 'processes')
            self.trace('load-average',  'average5', avg5, 'processes')
            self.trace('load-average',  'average15', avg15, 'processes')

    def collect_stats(self, input):
        result = {}
        for stat in StatList:
            m = stat.expression.search(input)
            if m:
                value = stat.convert(m.group(1))
                # The dict keys match the keyword= arguments
                # of the trace() method above so they can be
                # applied directly to that call.
                result[stat.name] = {'value':value, 'units':stat.units}
        return result

    def add_timing_options(self, kw, additional=None):
        """
        Add the necessary timings options to the kw['options'] value.
        """
        options = kw.get('options', '')
        if additional is not None:
            options += additional
        kw['options'] = options + ' --debug=memory --debug=time'

    def startup(self, *args, **kw):
        """
        Runs scons with the --help option.

        This serves as a way to isolate just the amount of startup time
        spent reading up the configuration, since --help exits before any
        "real work" is done.
        """
        self.add_timing_options(kw, ' --help')
        # Ignore the exit status.  If the --help run dies, we just
        # won't report any statistics for it, but we can still execute
        # the full and null builds.
        kw['status'] = None
        self.run(*args, **kw)
        sys.stdout.write(self.stdout())
        stats = self.collect_stats(self.stdout())
        # Delete the time-commands, since no commands are ever
        # executed on the help run and it is (or should be) always 0.0.
        del stats['time-commands']
        self.report_traces('startup', stats)

    def full(self, *args, **kw):
        """
        Runs a full build of SCons.
        """
        self.add_timing_options(kw)
        self.run(*args, **kw)
        sys.stdout.write(self.stdout())
        stats = self.collect_stats(self.stdout())
        self.report_traces('full', stats)
        self.trace('full-memory', 'initial', **stats['memory-initial'])
        self.trace('full-memory', 'prebuild', **stats['memory-prebuild'])
        self.trace('full-memory', 'final', **stats['memory-final'])

    def calibration(self, *args, **kw):
        """
        Runs a full build of SCons, but only reports calibration
        information (the variable(s) that were set for this configuration,
        and the elapsed time to run.
        """
        self.add_timing_options(kw)
        self.run(*args, **kw)
        for variable in self.calibrate_variables:
            value = self.variables[variable]
            sys.stdout.write('VARIABLE: %s=%s\n' % (variable, value))
        sys.stdout.write('ELAPSED: %s\n' % self.elapsed_time())

    def null(self, *args, **kw):
        """
        Runs an up-to-date null build of SCons.
        """
        # TODO(sgk):  allow the caller to specify the target (argument)
        # that must be up-to-date.
        self.add_timing_options(kw)
        self.up_to_date(arguments='.', **kw)
        sys.stdout.write(self.stdout())
        stats = self.collect_stats(self.stdout())
        # time-commands should always be 0.0 on a null build, because
        # no commands should be executed.  Remove it from the stats
        # so we don't trace it, but only if it *is* 0 so that we'll
        # get some indication if a supposedly-null build actually does
        # build something.
        if float(stats['time-commands']['value']) == 0.0:
            del stats['time-commands']
        self.report_traces('null', stats)
        self.trace('null-memory', 'initial', **stats['memory-initial'])
        self.trace('null-memory', 'prebuild', **stats['memory-prebuild'])
        self.trace('null-memory', 'final', **stats['memory-final'])

    def elapsed_time(self):
        """
        Returns the elapsed time of the most recent command execution.
        """
        return self.endTime - self.startTime

    def run(self, *args, **kw):
        """
        Runs a single build command, capturing output in the specified file.

        Because this class is about timing SCons, we record the start
        and end times of the elapsed execution, and also add the
        --debug=memory and --debug=time options to have SCons report
        its own memory and timing statistics.
        """
        self.startTime = time.time()
        try:
            result = TestSCons.run(self, *args, **kw)
        finally:
            self.endTime = time.time()
        return result

    def copy_timing_configuration(self, source_dir, dest_dir):
        """
        Copies the timing configuration from the specified source_dir (the
        directory in which the controlling script lives) to the specified
        dest_dir (a temporary working directory).

        This ignores all files and directories that begin with the string
        'TimeSCons-', and all '.svn' subdirectories.
        """
        for root, dirs, files in os.walk(source_dir):
            if '.svn' in dirs:
                dirs.remove('.svn')
            dirs = [ d for d in dirs if not d.startswith('TimeSCons-') ]
            files = [ f for f in files if not f.startswith('TimeSCons-') ]
            for dirname in dirs:
                source = os.path.join(root, dirname)
                destination = source.replace(source_dir, dest_dir)
                os.mkdir(destination)
                if sys.platform != 'win32':
                    shutil.copystat(source, destination)
            for filename in files:
                source = os.path.join(root, filename)
                destination = source.replace(source_dir, dest_dir)
                shutil.copy2(source, destination)
    

# In some environments, $AR will generate a warning message to stderr
# if the library doesn't previously exist and is being created.  One
# way to fix this is to tell AR to be quiet (sometimes the 'c' flag),
# but this is difficult to do in a platform-/implementation-specific
# method.  Instead, we will use the following as a stderr match for
# tests that use AR so that we will view zero or more "ar: creating
# <file>" messages to be successful executions of the test (see
# test/AR.py for sample usage).

noisy_ar=r'(ar: creating( archive)? \S+\n?)*'

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