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#!/usr/bin/env python3
"""Sanity checks for test data.
This program contains a class for traversing test cases that can be used
independently of the checks.
# Copyright The Mbed TLS Contributors
# SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may
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import argparse
import glob
import os
import re
import sys
class Results:
"""Store file and line information about errors or warnings in test suites."""
def __init__(self, options):
self.errors = 0
self.warnings = 0
self.ignore_warnings = options.quiet
def error(self, file_name, line_number, fmt, *args):
sys.stderr.write(('{}:{}:ERROR:' + fmt + '\n').
format(file_name, line_number, *args))
self.errors += 1
def warning(self, file_name, line_number, fmt, *args):
if not self.ignore_warnings:
sys.stderr.write(('{}:{}:Warning:' + fmt + '\n')
.format(file_name, line_number, *args))
self.warnings += 1
class TestDescriptionExplorer:
"""An iterator over test cases with descriptions.
The test cases that have descriptions are:
* Individual unit tests (entries in a .data file) in test suites.
* Individual test cases in
This is an abstract class. To use it, derive a class that implements
the process_test_case method, and call walk_all().
def process_test_case(self, per_file_state,
file_name, line_number, description):
"""Process a test case.
per_file_state: an object created by new_per_file_state() at the beginning
of each file.
file_name: a relative path to the file containing the test case.
line_number: the line number in the given file.
description: the test case description as a byte string.
raise NotImplementedError
def new_per_file_state(self):
"""Return a new per-file state object.
The default per-file state object is None. Child classes that require per-file
state may override this method.
#pylint: disable=no-self-use
return None
def walk_test_suite(self, data_file_name):
"""Iterate over the test cases in the given unit test data file."""
in_paragraph = False
descriptions = self.new_per_file_state() # pylint: disable=assignment-from-none
with open(data_file_name, 'rb') as data_file:
for line_number, line in enumerate(data_file, 1):
line = line.rstrip(b'\r\n')
if not line:
in_paragraph = False
if line.startswith(b'#'):
if not in_paragraph:
# This is a test case description line.
data_file_name, line_number, line)
in_paragraph = True
def walk_ssl_opt_sh(self, file_name):
"""Iterate over the test cases in or a file with a similar format."""
descriptions = self.new_per_file_state() # pylint: disable=assignment-from-none
with open(file_name, 'rb') as file_contents:
for line_number, line in enumerate(file_contents, 1):
# Assume that all run_test calls have the same simple form
# with the test description entirely on the same line as the
# function name.
m = re.match(br'\s*run_test\s+"((?:[^\\"]|\\.)*)"', line)
if not m:
description =
file_name, line_number, description)
def collect_test_directories():
"""Get the relative path for the TLS and Crypto test directories."""
if os.path.isdir('tests'):
tests_dir = 'tests'
elif os.path.isdir('suites'):
tests_dir = '.'
elif os.path.isdir('../suites'):
tests_dir = '..'
directories = [tests_dir]
return directories
def walk_all(self):
"""Iterate over all named test cases."""
test_directories = self.collect_test_directories()
for directory in test_directories:
for data_file_name in glob.glob(os.path.join(directory, 'suites',
ssl_opt_sh = os.path.join(directory, '')
if os.path.exists(ssl_opt_sh):
class DescriptionChecker(TestDescriptionExplorer):
"""Check all test case descriptions.
* Check that each description is valid (length, allowed character set, etc.).
* Check that there is no duplicated description inside of one test suite.
def __init__(self, results):
self.results = results
def new_per_file_state(self):
"""Dictionary mapping descriptions to their line number."""
return {}
def process_test_case(self, per_file_state,
file_name, line_number, description):
"""Check test case descriptions for errors."""
results = self.results
seen = per_file_state
if description in seen:
results.error(file_name, line_number,
'Duplicate description (also line {})',
if'[\t;]', description):
results.error(file_name, line_number,
'Forbidden character \'{}\' in description','[\t;]', description).group(0).decode('ascii'))
if'[^ -~]', description):
results.error(file_name, line_number,
'Non-ASCII character in description')
if len(description) > 66:
results.warning(file_name, line_number,
'Test description too long ({} > 66)',
seen[description] = line_number
def main():
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description=__doc__)
parser.add_argument('--quiet', '-q',
help='Hide warnings')
parser.add_argument('--verbose', '-v',
action='store_false', dest='quiet',
help='Show warnings (default: on; undoes --quiet)')
options = parser.parse_args()
results = Results(options)
checker = DescriptionChecker(results)
if (results.warnings or results.errors) and not options.quiet:
sys.stderr.write('{}: {} errors, {} warnings\n'
.format(sys.argv[0], results.errors, results.warnings))
sys.exit(1 if results.errors else 0)
if __name__ == '__main__':