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import unittest
from ctypes import *
import re, sys
from ctypes.test import xfail

if sys.byteorder == "little":
    THIS_ENDIAN = "<"
    OTHER_ENDIAN = ">"
else:
    THIS_ENDIAN = ">"
    OTHER_ENDIAN = "<"

def normalize(format):
    # Remove current endian specifier and white space from a format
    # string
    if format is None:
        return ""
    format = format.replace(OTHER_ENDIAN, THIS_ENDIAN)
    return re.sub(r"\s", "", format)

class Test(unittest.TestCase):

    @xfail
    def test_native_types(self):
        for tp, fmt, shape, itemtp in native_types:
            ob = tp()
            v = memoryview(ob)
            try:
                self.assertEqual(normalize(v.format), normalize(fmt))
                if shape is not None:
                    self.assertEqual(len(v), shape[0])
                else:
                    self.assertEqual(len(v) * sizeof(itemtp), sizeof(ob))
                self.assertEqual(v.itemsize, sizeof(itemtp))
                self.assertEqual(v.shape, shape)
                # ctypes object always have a non-strided memory block
                self.assertEqual(v.strides, None)
                # they are always read/write
                self.assertFalse(v.readonly)

                if v.shape:
                    n = 1
                    for dim in v.shape:
                        n = n * dim
                    self.assertEqual(n * v.itemsize, len(v.tobytes()))
            except:
                # so that we can see the failing type
                print(tp)
                raise

    @xfail
    def test_endian_types(self):
        for tp, fmt, shape, itemtp in endian_types:
            ob = tp()
            v = memoryview(ob)
            try:
                self.assertEqual(v.format, fmt)
                if shape is not None:
                    self.assertEqual(len(v), shape[0])
                else:
                    self.assertEqual(len(v) * sizeof(itemtp), sizeof(ob))
                self.assertEqual(v.itemsize, sizeof(itemtp))
                self.assertEqual(v.shape, shape)
                # ctypes object always have a non-strided memory block
                self.assertEqual(v.strides, None)
                # they are always read/write
                self.assertFalse(v.readonly)

                if v.shape:
                    n = 1
                    for dim in v.shape:
                        n = n * dim
                    self.assertEqual(n, len(v))
            except:
                # so that we can see the failing type
                print(tp)
                raise

# define some structure classes

class Point(Structure):
    _fields_ = [("x", c_long), ("y", c_long)]

class PackedPoint(Structure):
    _pack_ = 2
    _fields_ = [("x", c_long), ("y", c_long)]

class Point2(Structure):
    pass
Point2._fields_ = [("x", c_long), ("y", c_long)]

class EmptyStruct(Structure):
    _fields_ = []

class aUnion(Union):
    _fields_ = [("a", c_int)]

class Incomplete(Structure):
    pass

class Complete(Structure):
    pass
PComplete = POINTER(Complete)
Complete._fields_ = [("a", c_long)]

################################################################
#
# This table contains format strings as they look on little endian
# machines.  The test replaces '<' with '>' on big endian machines.
#
native_types = [
    # type                      format                  shape           calc itemsize

    ## simple types

    (c_char,                    "<c",                   None,           c_char),
    (c_byte,                    "<b",                   None,           c_byte),
    (c_ubyte,                   "<B",                   None,           c_ubyte),
    (c_short,                   "<h",                   None,           c_short),
    (c_ushort,                  "<H",                   None,           c_ushort),

    # c_int and c_uint may be aliases to c_long
    #(c_int,                     "<i",                   None,           c_int),
    #(c_uint,                    "<I",                   None,           c_uint),

    (c_long,                    "<l",                   None,           c_long),
    (c_ulong,                   "<L",                   None,           c_ulong),

    # c_longlong and c_ulonglong are aliases on 64-bit platforms
    #(c_longlong,                "<q",                   None,           c_longlong),
    #(c_ulonglong,               "<Q",                   None,           c_ulonglong),

    (c_float,                   "<f",                   None,           c_float),
    (c_double,                  "<d",                   None,           c_double),
    # c_longdouble may be an alias to c_double

    (c_bool,                    "<?",                   None,           c_bool),
    (py_object,                 "<O",                   None,           py_object),

    ## pointers

    (POINTER(c_byte),           "&<b",                  None,           POINTER(c_byte)),
    (POINTER(POINTER(c_long)),  "&&<l",                 None,           POINTER(POINTER(c_long))),

    ## arrays and pointers

    (c_double * 4,              "(4)<d",                (4,),           c_double),
    (c_float * 4 * 3 * 2,       "(2,3,4)<f",            (2,3,4),        c_float),
    (POINTER(c_short) * 2,      "(2)&<h",               (2,),           POINTER(c_short)),
    (POINTER(c_short) * 2 * 3,  "(3,2)&<h",             (3,2,),         POINTER(c_short)),
    (POINTER(c_short * 2),      "&(2)<h",               None,           POINTER(c_short)),

    ## structures and unions

    (Point,                     "T{<l:x:<l:y:}",        None,           Point),
    # packed structures do not implement the pep
    (PackedPoint,               "B",                    None,           PackedPoint),
    (Point2,                    "T{<l:x:<l:y:}",        None,           Point2),
    (EmptyStruct,               "T{}",                  None,           EmptyStruct),
    # the pep does't support unions
    (aUnion,                    "B",                    None,           aUnion),

    ## pointer to incomplete structure
    (Incomplete,                "B",                    None,           Incomplete),
    (POINTER(Incomplete),       "&B",                   None,           POINTER(Incomplete)),

    # 'Complete' is a structure that starts incomplete, but is completed after the
    # pointer type to it has been created.
    (Complete,                  "T{<l:a:}",             None,           Complete),
    # Unfortunately the pointer format string is not fixed...
    (POINTER(Complete),         "&B",                   None,           POINTER(Complete)),

    ## other

    # function signatures are not implemented
    (CFUNCTYPE(None),           "X{}",                  None,           CFUNCTYPE(None)),

    ]

class BEPoint(BigEndianStructure):
    _fields_ = [("x", c_long), ("y", c_long)]

class LEPoint(LittleEndianStructure):
    _fields_ = [("x", c_long), ("y", c_long)]

################################################################
#
# This table contains format strings as they really look, on both big
# and little endian machines.
#
endian_types = [
    (BEPoint,                   "T{>l:x:>l:y:}",        None,           BEPoint),
    (LEPoint,                   "T{<l:x:<l:y:}",        None,           LEPoint),
    (POINTER(BEPoint),          "&T{>l:x:>l:y:}",       None,           POINTER(BEPoint)),
    (POINTER(LEPoint),          "&T{<l:x:<l:y:}",       None,           POINTER(LEPoint)),
    ]

if __name__ == "__main__":
    unittest.main()