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#! /bin/sh
# Run the PCRE tests using the pcretest program. All tests are now run both
# with and without -s, to ensure that everything is tested with and without
# studying. However, there are some tests that produce different output after
# studying, typically when we are tracing the actual matching process (for
# example, using auto-callouts). In these few cases, the tests are duplicated
# in the files, one with /S to force studying always, and one with /SS to force
# *not* studying always. The use of -s doesn't then make any difference to
# their output. There is also one test which compiles invalid UTF-8 with the
# UTF-8 check turned off for which studying is disabled with /SS.
valgrind=
# Set up a suitable "diff" command for comparison. Some systems
# have a diff that lacks a -u option. Try to deal with this.
if diff -u /dev/null /dev/null; then cf="diff -u"; else cf="diff"; fi
# Find the test data
testdata=testdata
if [ -n "$srcdir" -a -d "$srcdir" ] ; then
testdata="$srcdir/testdata"
fi
# Find which optional facilities are available
case `./pcretest -C | ./pcregrep 'Internal link size'` in
*2) link_size=2;;
*3) link_size=3;;
*4) link_size=4;;
*) echo "Failed to find internal link size"; exit 1;;
esac
./pcretest -C | ./pcregrep 'No UTF-8 support' >/dev/null
utf8=$?
./pcretest -C | ./pcregrep 'No Unicode properties support' >/dev/null
ucp=$?
# Select which tests to run; for those that are explicitly requested, check
# that the necessary optional facilities are available.
do1=no
do2=no
do3=no
do4=no
do5=no
do6=no
do7=no
do8=no
do9=no
do10=no
do11=no
do12=no
do13=no
while [ $# -gt 0 ] ; do
case $1 in
1) do1=yes;;
2) do2=yes;;
3) do3=yes;;
4) do4=yes;;
5) do5=yes;;
6) do6=yes;;
7) do7=yes;;
8) do8=yes;;
9) do9=yes;;
10) do10=yes;;
11) do11=yes;;
12) do12=yes;;
13) do12=yes;;
valgrind) valgrind="valgrind -q";;
*) echo "Unknown test number $1"; exit 1;;
esac
shift
done
if [ $utf8 -eq 0 ] ; then
if [ $do4 = yes ] ; then
echo "Can't run test 4 because UTF-8 support is not configured"
exit 1
fi
if [ $do5 = yes ] ; then
echo "Can't run test 5 because UTF-8 support is not configured"
exit 1
fi
if [ $do8 = yes ] ; then
echo "Can't run test 8 because UTF-8 support is not configured"
exit 1
fi
if [ $do12 = yes ] ; then
echo "Can't run test 12 because UTF-8 support is not configured"
exit 1
fi
fi
if [ $ucp -eq 0 ] ; then
if [ $do6 = yes ] ; then
echo "Can't run test 6 because Unicode property support is not configured"
exit 1
fi
if [ $do9 = yes ] ; then
echo "Can't run test 9 because Unicode property support is not configured"
exit 1
fi
if [ $do10 = yes ] ; then
echo "Can't run test 10 because Unicode property support is not configured"
exit 1
fi
if [ $do13 = yes ] ; then
echo "Can't run test 12 because Unicode property support is not configured"
exit 1
fi
fi
if [ $link_size -ne 2 ] ; then
if [ $do10 = yes ] ; then
echo "Can't run test 10 because the link size ($link_size) is not 2"
exit 1
fi
fi
# If no specific tests were requested, select all that are relevant.
if [ $do1 = no -a $do2 = no -a $do3 = no -a $do4 = no -a \
$do5 = no -a $do6 = no -a $do7 = no -a $do8 = no -a \
$do9 = no -a $do10 = no -a $do11 = no -a $do12 = no ] ; then
do1=yes
do2=yes
do3=yes
if [ $utf8 -ne 0 ] ; then do4=yes; fi
if [ $utf8 -ne 0 ] ; then do5=yes; fi
if [ $utf8 -ne 0 -a $ucp -ne 0 ] ; then do6=yes; fi
do7=yes
if [ $utf8 -ne 0 ] ; then do8=yes; fi
if [ $utf8 -ne 0 -a $ucp -ne 0 ] ; then do9=yes; fi
if [ $link_size -eq 2 -a $ucp -ne 0 ] ; then do10=yes; fi
do11=yes
if [ $utf8 -ne 0 ] ; then do12=yes; fi
if [ $utf8 -ne 0 -a $ucp -ne 0 ] ; then do13=yes; fi
fi
# Show which release
echo ""
echo PCRE C library tests
./pcretest /dev/null
# Primary test, compatible with all versions of Perl >= 5.8
if [ $do1 = yes ] ; then
echo "Test 1: main functionality (Compatible with Perl >= 5.8)"
for opt in "" "-s"; do
$valgrind ./pcretest -q $opt $testdata/testinput1 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput1 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo "OK with study" ; else echo "OK"; fi
done
fi
# PCRE tests that are not Perl-compatible - API, errors, internals
if [ $do2 = yes ] ; then
echo "Test 2: API, errors, internals, and non-Perl stuff"
for opt in "" "-s"; do
$valgrind ./pcretest -q $opt $testdata/testinput2 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput2 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else
echo " "
echo "** Test 2 requires a lot of stack. If it has crashed with a"
echo "** segmentation fault, it may be that you do not have enough"
echo "** stack available by default. Please see the 'pcrestack' man"
echo "** page for a discussion of PCRE's stack usage."
echo " "
exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo "OK with study" ; else echo "OK"; fi
done
fi
# Locale-specific tests, provided that either the "fr_FR" or the "french"
# locale is available. The former is the Unix-like standard; the latter is
# for Windows.
if [ $do3 = yes ] ; then
locale -a | grep '^fr_FR$' >/dev/null
if [ $? -eq 0 ] ; then
locale=fr_FR
infile=$testdata/testinput3
outfile=$testdata/testoutput3
else
locale -a | grep '^french$' >/dev/null
if [ $? -eq 0 ] ; then
locale=french
sed 's/fr_FR/french/' $testdata/testinput3 >test3input
sed 's/fr_FR/french/' $testdata/testoutput3 >test3output
infile=test3input
outfile=test3output
else
locale=
fi
fi
if [ "$locale" != "" ] ; then
echo "Test 3: locale-specific features (using '$locale' locale)"
for opt in "" "-s"; do
$valgrind ./pcretest -q $opt $infile testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $outfile testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then
echo " "
echo "Locale test did not run entirely successfully."
echo "This usually means that there is a problem with the locale"
echo "settings rather than a bug in PCRE."
break;
else
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo "OK with study" ; else echo "OK"; fi
fi
else exit 1
fi
done
else
echo "Cannot test locale-specific features - neither the 'fr_FR' nor the"
echo "'french' locale exists, or the \"locale\" command is not available"
echo "to check for them."
echo " "
fi
fi
# Additional tests for UTF8 support
if [ $do4 = yes ] ; then
echo "Test 4: UTF-8 support (Compatible with Perl >= 5.8)"
for opt in "" "-s"; do
$valgrind ./pcretest -q $opt $testdata/testinput4 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput4 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo "OK with study" ; else echo "OK"; fi
done
fi
if [ $do5 = yes ] ; then
echo "Test 5: API, internals, and non-Perl stuff for UTF-8 support"
for opt in "" "-s"; do
$valgrind ./pcretest -q $opt $testdata/testinput5 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput5 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo "OK with study" ; else echo "OK"; fi
done
fi
if [ $do6 = yes ] ; then
echo "Test 6: Unicode property support (Compatible with Perl >= 5.10)"
for opt in "" "-s"; do
$valgrind ./pcretest -q $opt $testdata/testinput6 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput6 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo "OK with study" ; else echo "OK"; fi
done
fi
# Tests for DFA matching support
if [ $do7 = yes ] ; then
echo "Test 7: DFA matching"
for opt in "" "-s"; do
$valgrind ./pcretest -q $opt -dfa $testdata/testinput7 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput7 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo "OK with study" ; else echo "OK"; fi
done
fi
if [ $do8 = yes ] ; then
echo "Test 8: DFA matching with UTF-8"
for opt in "" "-s"; do
$valgrind ./pcretest -q $opt -dfa $testdata/testinput8 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput8 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo "OK with study" ; else echo "OK"; fi
done
fi
if [ $do9 = yes ] ; then
echo "Test 9: DFA matching with Unicode properties"
for opt in "" "-s"; do
$valgrind ./pcretest -q $opt -dfa $testdata/testinput9 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput9 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo "OK with study" ; else echo "OK"; fi
done
fi
# Test of internal offsets and code sizes. This test is run only when there
# is Unicode property support and the link size is 2. The actual tests are
# mostly the same as in some of the above, but in this test we inspect some
# offsets and sizes that require a known link size. This is a doublecheck for
# the maintainer, just in case something changes unexpectely.
if [ $do10 = yes ] ; then
echo "Test 10: Internal offsets and code size tests"
for opt in "" "-s"; do
$valgrind ./pcretest -q $opt $testdata/testinput10 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput10 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo "OK with study" ; else echo "OK"; fi
done
fi
# Test of Perl >= 5.10 features without UTF8 support
if [ $do11 = yes ] ; then
echo "Test 11: Features from Perl >= 5.10 without UTF8 support"
for opt in "" "-s"; do
$valgrind ./pcretest -q $opt $testdata/testinput11 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput11 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo "OK with study" ; else echo "OK"; fi
done
fi
# Test of Perl >= 5.10 features with UTF8 support
if [ $do12 = yes ] ; then
echo "Test 12: Features from Perl >= 5.10 with UTF8 support"
for opt in "" "-s"; do
$valgrind ./pcretest -q $opt $testdata/testinput12 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput12 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo "OK with study" ; else echo "OK"; fi
done
fi
# Test non-Perl-compatible Unicode property support
if [ $do13 = yes ] ; then
echo "Test 13: API, internals, and non-Perl stuff for Unicode property support"
for opt in "" "-s"; do
$valgrind ./pcretest -q $opt $testdata/testinput13 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput13 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo "OK with study" ; else echo "OK"; fi
done
fi
# End