SCons / test / runtest / xml / output.py

#!/usr/bin/env python
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"""
Test writing XML output to a file.
"""

import os
import re

import TestCmd
import TestRuntest

test = TestRuntest.TestRuntest(match = TestCmd.match_re,
                               diff = TestCmd.diff_re)

pythonstring = re.escape(TestRuntest.pythonstring)
test_fail_py = re.escape(os.path.join('test', 'fail.py'))
test_no_result_py = re.escape(os.path.join('test', 'no_result.py'))
test_pass_py = re.escape(os.path.join('test', 'pass.py'))

test.subdir('test')

test.write_fake_scons_source_tree()

test.write_failing_test(['test', 'fail.py'])

test.write_no_result_test(['test', 'no_result.py'])

test.write_passing_test(['test', 'pass.py'])

test.run(arguments = '--xml xml.out test', status=1)

expect = """\
  <results>
    <test>
      <file_name>%(test_fail_py)s</file_name>
      <command_line>%(pythonstring)s -tt %(test_fail_py)s</command_line>
      <exit_status>1</exit_status>
      <stdout>FAILING TEST STDOUT
</stdout>
      <stderr>FAILING TEST STDERR
</stderr>
      <time>\\d+\.\d</time>
    </test>
    <test>
      <file_name>%(test_no_result_py)s</file_name>
      <command_line>%(pythonstring)s -tt %(test_no_result_py)s</command_line>
      <exit_status>2</exit_status>
      <stdout>NO RESULT TEST STDOUT
</stdout>
      <stderr>NO RESULT TEST STDERR
</stderr>
      <time>\\d+\.\d</time>
    </test>
    <test>
      <file_name>%(test_pass_py)s</file_name>
      <command_line>%(pythonstring)s -tt %(test_pass_py)s</command_line>
      <exit_status>0</exit_status>
      <stdout>PASSING TEST STDOUT
</stdout>
      <stderr>PASSING TEST STDERR
</stderr>
      <time>\\d+\.\d</time>
    </test>
  <time>\\d+\.\d</time>
  </results>
""" % locals()

# Just strip carriage returns so the regular expression matching works.
contents = test.read('xml.out')
contents = contents.replace('\r', '')
test.write('xml.out', contents)

test.must_match('xml.out', expect)

test.pass_test()

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