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# Most of this is probably too coreutils-centric to be useful to other packages.
bin=bin-$$$$
write_loser = printf '\#!%s\necho $$0: bad path 1>&2; exit 1\n' '$(SHELL)'
tmpdir = $(abs_top_builddir)/tests/torture
t=$(tmpdir)/$(PACKAGE)/test
pfx=$(t)/i
built_programs = \
$$(echo 'spy:;@echo $$(PROGRAMS)' \
| MAKEFLAGS= $(MAKE) -s -C parted -f Makefile -f - spy \
| fmt -1 | sed 's,$(EXEEXT)$$,,' | sort -u)
# More than once, tainted build and source directory names would
# have caused at least one "make check" test to apply "chmod 700"
# to all directories under $HOME. Make sure it doesn't happen again.
tp = $(tmpdir)/taint
t_prefix = $(tp)/a
t_taint = '$(t_prefix) b'
fake_home = $(tp)/home
# When extracting from a distribution tarball, extract using the fastest
# method possible. With dist-xz, that means using the *.xz file.
ifneq ('', $(filter *.xz, $(DIST_ARCHIVES)))
tar_decompress_opt_ = J
suffix_ = xz
else
ifneq ('', $(filter *.gz, $(DIST_ARCHIVES)))
tar_decompress_opt_ = z
suffix_ = gz
else
tar_decompress_opt_ = j
suffix_ = bz2
endif
endif
amtar_extract_ = $(AMTAR) -$(tar_decompress_opt_)xf
preferred_tarball_ = $(distdir).tar.$(suffix_)
# Ensure that tests run from tainted build and src dir names work,
# and don't affect anything in $HOME. Create witness files in $HOME,
# record their attributes, and build/test. Then ensure that the
# witnesses were not affected.
# Skip this test when using libtool, since libtool-generated scripts
# cannot deal with a space-tainted srcdir.
ALL_RECURSIVE_TARGETS += taint-distcheck
taint-distcheck: $(DIST_ARCHIVES)
grep '^[ ]*LT_INIT' configure.ac >/dev/null && exit 0
test -d $(t_taint) && chmod -R 700 $(t_taint) || :
-rm -rf $(t_taint) $(fake_home)
mkdir -p $(t_prefix) $(t_taint) $(fake_home)
$(amtar_extract_) $(preferred_tarball_) -C $(t_taint)
mkfifo $(fake_home)/fifo
touch $(fake_home)/f
mkdir -p $(fake_home)/d/e
ls -lR $(fake_home) $(t_prefix) > $(tp)/.ls-before
HOME=$(fake_home); export HOME; \
cd $(t_taint)/$(distdir) \
&& ./configure \
&& $(MAKE) \
&& $(MAKE) check \
&& ls -lR $(fake_home) $(t_prefix) > $(tp)/.ls-after \
&& diff $(tp)/.ls-before $(tp)/.ls-after \
&& test -d $(t_prefix)
rm -rf $(tp)
# Verify that a twisted use of --program-transform-name=PROGRAM works.
define install-transform-check
echo running install-transform-check \
&& rm -rf $(pfx) \
&& $(MAKE) program_transform_name='s/.*/zyx/' \
prefix=$(pfx) install \
&& test "$$(echo $(pfx)/sbin/*)" = "$(pfx)/sbin/zyx" \
&& test "$$(find $(pfx)/share/man -type f|sed 's,.*/,,;s,\..*,,')" = "zyx"
endef
# Install, then verify that all binaries and man pages are in place.
# Note that neither the binary, ginstall, nor the [.1 man page is installed.
define my-instcheck
echo running my-instcheck; \
$(MAKE) prefix=$(pfx) install \
&& test ! -f $(pfx)/bin/ginstall \
&& { fail=0; \
for i in $(built_programs); do \
test "$$i" = ginstall && i=install; \
for j in "$(pfx)/sbin/$$i" \
"$(pfx)/share/man/man8/$$i.8"; do \
case $$j in *'[.1') continue;; esac; \
test -f "$$j" && : \
|| { echo "$$j not installed"; fail=1; }; \
done; \
done; \
test $$fail = 1 && exit 1 || :; \
}
endef
# The hard-linking for-loop below ensures that there is a bin/ directory
# full of all of the programs under test (except the ones that are required
# for basic Makefile rules), all symlinked to the just-built "false" program.
# This is to ensure that if ever a test neglects to make PATH include
# the build srcdir, these always-failing programs will run.
# Otherwise, it is too easy to test the wrong programs.
# Note that "false" itself is a symlink to true, so it too will malfunction.
define coreutils-path-check
{ \
echo running coreutils-path-check; \
if test -f $(srcdir)/src/true.c; then \
fail=1; \
mkdir $(bin) \
&& ($(write_loser)) > $(bin)/loser \
&& chmod a+x $(bin)/loser \
&& for i in $(built_programs); do \
case $$i in \
rm|expr|basename|echo|sort|ls|tr);; \
cat|dirname|mv|wc);; \
*) ln $(bin)/loser $(bin)/$$i;; \
esac; \
done \
&& ln -sf ../src/true $(bin)/false \
&& PATH=`pwd`/$(bin)$(PATH_SEPARATOR)$$PATH \
$(MAKE) -C tests check \
&& { test -d gnulib-tests \
&& $(MAKE) -C gnulib-tests check \
|| :; } \
&& rm -rf $(bin) \
&& fail=0; \
else \
fail=0; \
fi; \
test $$fail = 1 && exit 1 || :; \
}
endef
# Use this to make sure we don't run these programs when building
# from a virgin compressed tarball file, below.
null_AM_MAKEFLAGS ?= \
ACLOCAL=false \
AUTOCONF=false \
AUTOMAKE=false \
AUTOHEADER=false \
GPERF=false \
MAKEINFO=false
ALL_RECURSIVE_TARGETS += my-distcheck
my-distcheck: $(DIST_ARCHIVES) $(local-check)
$(MAKE) syntax-check
$(MAKE) check
-rm -rf $(t)
mkdir -p $(t)
$(amtar_extract_) $(preferred_tarball_) -C $(t)
(set -e; cd $(t)/$(distdir); \
./configure --quiet --enable-gcc-warnings --disable-nls; \
$(MAKE) AM_MAKEFLAGS='$(null_AM_MAKEFLAGS)'; \
$(MAKE) dvi; \
$(install-transform-check); \
$(my-instcheck); \
$(coreutils-path-check); \
$(MAKE) distclean \
)
(cd $(t) && mv $(distdir) $(distdir).old \
&& $(amtar_extract_) - ) < $(preferred_tarball_)
diff -ur $(t)/$(distdir).old $(t)/$(distdir)
-rm -rf $(t)
rmdir $(tmpdir)/$(PACKAGE) $(tmpdir)
@echo "========================"; \
echo "ready for distribution:"; \
for i in $(DIST_ARCHIVES); do echo " $$i"; done; \
echo "========================"
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