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pypy / pypy / tool / pytest / overview.py

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from pypy.tool.pytest import result 
import sys

class ResultCache: 
    def __init__(self, resultdir):
        self.resultdir = resultdir
        self.name2result = {}

    def parselatest(self): 
        def filefilter(p): 
            return p.check(fnmatch='test_*.txt', file=1)
        def rec(p): 
            return p.check(dotfile=0)
        for x in self.resultdir.visit(filefilter, rec): 
            self.parse_one(x)
    
    def parse_one(self, resultpath):
        try: 
            res = result.ResultFromMime(resultpath) 
            ver = res['testreport-version']
            if ver != "1.1" and ver != "1.1.1":
                raise TypeError
        except TypeError: # xxx
            print >>sys.stderr, "could not parse %s" % resultpath
            return
        name = res.testname 
        print name
        self.name2result.setdefault(name, []).append(res) 
        return res 

    def getnames(self): 
        return self.name2result.keys()

    def getlatest(self, name, timeout=0, error=0, ok=0): 
        l = []
        resultlist = self.name2result[name]
        maxrev = 0
        maxresult = None
        for res in resultlist:
            resrev = res['pypy-revision']
            if resrev == 'unknown': 
                continue 
            if resrev <= maxrev: 
                continue 
            if timeout or error or ok:
                if not (timeout and res.istimeout() or
                        error and res.iserror() or 
                        ok and res.isok()): 
                    continue 
            maxrev = resrev 
            maxresult = res 
        return maxresult 

    def getlatestrelevant(self, name):
        # get the latest revision that did not time out.
        return self.getlatest(name, error=1, ok=1) or self.getlatest(name)