SCons_newglossary / src / test_interrupts.py

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"""
Verify that the SCons source code contains only correct handling of
keyboard interrupts (e.g. Ctrl-C).
"""

import os
import os.path
import re
import time

import TestSCons

test = TestSCons.TestSCons()

# We do not want statements of the form:
# try:
#   # do something, e.g.
#   return a['x']
# except:
#   # do the exception handling
#   a['x'] = getx()
#   return a['x']
#
# The code above may catch a KeyboardInterrupt exception, which was not
# intended by the programmer. We check for these situations in all python
# source files.

try:
    cwd = os.environ['SCONS_CWD']
except KeyError:
    scons_lib_dir = os.environ['SCONS_LIB_DIR']
    MANIFEST = os.path.join(scons_lib_dir, 'MANIFEST.in')
else:
    #cwd = os.getcwd()
    scons_lib_dir = os.path.join(cwd, 'build', 'scons')
    MANIFEST = os.path.join(scons_lib_dir, 'MANIFEST')

# We expect precisely this many uncaught KeyboardInterrupt exceptions
# from the files in the following dictionary.

expected_uncaught = {
    'engine/SCons/Job.py' :             5,
    'engine/SCons/Script/Main.py' :     1,
    'engine/SCons/Taskmaster.py' :      3,
}

try:
    fp = open(MANIFEST)
except IOError:
    test.skip_test('%s does not exist; skipping test.\n' % MANIFEST)
else:
    files = fp.read().split()
    files = [f for f in files if f[-3:] == '.py']

# some regexps to parse the python files
tryexc_pat = re.compile(
r'^(?P<try_or_except>(?P<indent> *)(try|except)( [^\n]*)?:.*)',re.MULTILINE)
keyboardint_pat = re.compile(r' *except +([^,],)*KeyboardInterrupt([ ,][^\n]*)?:[^\n]*')
exceptall_pat   = re.compile(r' *except(?: *| +Exception *, *[^: ]+):[^\n]*')

uncaughtKeyboardInterrupt = 0
for f in files:
    contents = open(os.path.join(scons_lib_dir, f)).read()
    try_except_lines = {}
    lastend = 0
    while True:
        match = tryexc_pat.search( contents, lastend )
        if match is None:
            break
        #print match.groups()
        lastend = match.end()
        try:
            indent_list = try_except_lines[match.group('indent')]
        except:
            indent_list = []
        line_num = 1 + contents[:match.start()].count('\n')
        indent_list.append( (line_num, match.group('try_or_except') ) )
        try_except_lines[match.group('indent')] = indent_list
    uncaught_this_file = []
    for indent in try_except_lines.keys():
        exc_keyboardint_seen = 0
        exc_all_seen = 0
        for (l,statement) in try_except_lines[indent] + [(-1,indent + 'try')]:
            #print "%4d %s" % (l,statement),
            m1 = keyboardint_pat.match(statement)
            m2 = exceptall_pat.match(statement)
            if statement.find(indent + 'try') == 0:
                if exc_all_seen and not exc_keyboardint_seen:
                    uncaught_this_file.append(line)
                exc_keyboardint_seen = 0
                exc_all_seen = 0
                line = l
                #print " -> reset"
            elif m1 is not None:
                exc_keyboardint_seen = 1
                #print " -> keyboard -> ", m1.groups()
            elif m2 is not None:
                exc_all_seen = 1
                #print " -> all -> ", m2.groups()
            else:
                pass
                #print "Warning: unknown statement %s" % statement
    expected_num = expected_uncaught.get(f, 0)
    if expected_num != len(uncaught_this_file):
        uncaughtKeyboardInterrupt = 1
        msg = "%s:  expected %d uncaught interrupts, got %d:"
        print msg % (f, expected_num, len(uncaught_this_file))
        for line in uncaught_this_file:
            print "  File %s:%d: Uncaught KeyboardInterrupt!" % (f,line)

test.fail_test(uncaughtKeyboardInterrupt)

test.pass_test()

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