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#
# Library code for git p4 tests
#
# p4 tests never use the top-level repo; always build/clone into
# a subdirectory called "$git"
TEST_NO_CREATE_REPO=NoThanks
# Some operations require multiple attempts to be successful. Define
# here the maximal retry timeout in seconds.
RETRY_TIMEOUT=60
# Sometimes p4d seems to hang. Terminate the p4d process automatically after
# the defined timeout in seconds.
P4D_TIMEOUT=300
. ./test-lib.sh
if ! test_have_prereq PYTHON
then
skip_all='skipping git p4 tests; python not available'
test_done
fi
( p4 -h && p4d -h ) >/dev/null 2>&1 || {
skip_all='skipping git p4 tests; no p4 or p4d'
test_done
}
# On cygwin, the NT version of Perforce can be used. When giving
# it paths, either on the command-line or in client specifications,
# be sure to use the native windows form.
#
# Older versions of perforce were available compiled natively for
# cygwin. Those do not accept native windows paths, so make sure
# not to convert for them.
native_path () {
path="$1" &&
if test_have_prereq CYGWIN && ! p4 -V | grep -q CYGWIN
then
path=$(cygpath --windows "$path")
else
path=$(test-tool path-utils real_path "$path")
fi &&
echo "$path"
}
# On Solaris the 'date +%s' function is not supported and therefore we
# need this replacement.
# Attention: This function is not safe again against time offset updates
# at runtime (e.g. via NTP). The 'clock_gettime(CLOCK_MONOTONIC)'
# function could fix that but it is not in Python until 3.3.
time_in_seconds () {
(cd / && "$PYTHON_PATH" -c 'import time; print(int(time.time()))')
}
# Try to pick a unique port: guess a large number, then hope
# no more than one of each test is running.
#
# This does not handle the case where somebody else is running the
# same tests and has chosen the same ports.
testid=${this_test#t}
git_p4_test_start=9800
P4DPORT=$((10669 + ($testid - $git_p4_test_start)))
P4PORT=localhost:$P4DPORT
P4CLIENT=client
P4USER=author
P4EDITOR=true
unset P4CHARSET
export P4PORT P4CLIENT P4USER P4EDITOR P4CHARSET
db="$TRASH_DIRECTORY/db"
cli="$TRASH_DIRECTORY/cli"
git="$TRASH_DIRECTORY/git"
pidfile="$TRASH_DIRECTORY/p4d.pid"
# Sometimes "prove" seems to hang on exit because p4d is still running
cleanup () {
if test -f "$pidfile"
then
kill -9 $(cat "$pidfile") 2>/dev/null && exit 255
fi
}
trap cleanup EXIT
# git p4 submit generates a temp file, which will
# not get cleaned up if the submission fails. Don't
# clutter up /tmp on the test machine.
TMPDIR="$TRASH_DIRECTORY"
export TMPDIR
start_p4d () {
mkdir -p "$db" "$cli" "$git" &&
rm -f "$pidfile" &&
(
cd "$db" &&
{
p4d -q -p $P4DPORT "$@" &
echo $! >"$pidfile"
}
) &&
# This gives p4d a long time to start up, as it can be
# quite slow depending on the machine. Set this environment
# variable to something smaller to fail faster in, say,
# an automated test setup. If the p4d process dies, that
# will be caught with the "kill -0" check below.
i=${P4D_START_PATIENCE:-300}
pid=$(cat "$pidfile")
timeout=$(($(time_in_seconds) + $P4D_TIMEOUT))
while true
do
if test $(time_in_seconds) -gt $timeout
then
kill -9 $pid
exit 1
fi
sleep 1
done &
watchdog_pid=$!
ready=
while test $i -gt 0
do
# succeed when p4 client commands start to work
if p4 info >/dev/null 2>&1
then
ready=true
break
fi
# fail if p4d died
kill -0 $pid 2>/dev/null || break
echo waiting for p4d to start
sleep 1
i=$(( $i - 1 ))
done
if test -z "$ready"
then
# p4d failed to start
return 1
fi
# build a p4 user so author@example.com has an entry
p4_add_user author
# build a client
client_view "//depot/... //client/..." &&
return 0
}
p4_add_user () {
name=$1 &&
p4 user -f -i <<-EOF
User: $name
Email: $name@example.com
FullName: Dr. $name
EOF
}
p4_add_job () {
p4 job -f -i <<-EOF
Job: $1
Status: open
User: dummy
Description:
EOF
}
retry_until_success () {
timeout=$(($(time_in_seconds) + $RETRY_TIMEOUT))
until "$@" 2>/dev/null || test $(time_in_seconds) -gt $timeout
do
sleep 1
done
}
retry_until_fail () {
timeout=$(($(time_in_seconds) + $RETRY_TIMEOUT))
until ! "$@" 2>/dev/null || test $(time_in_seconds) -gt $timeout
do
sleep 1
done
}
kill_p4d () {
pid=$(cat "$pidfile")
retry_until_fail kill $pid
retry_until_fail kill -9 $pid
# complain if it would not die
test_must_fail kill $pid >/dev/null 2>&1 &&
rm -rf "$db" "$cli" "$pidfile" &&
retry_until_fail kill -9 $watchdog_pid
}
cleanup_git () {
retry_until_success rm -r "$git"
test_must_fail test -d "$git" &&
retry_until_success mkdir "$git"
}
marshal_dump () {
what=$1 &&
line=${2:-1} &&
cat >"$TRASH_DIRECTORY/marshal-dump.py" <<-EOF &&
import marshal
import sys
instream = getattr(sys.stdin, 'buffer', sys.stdin)
for i in range($line):
d = marshal.load(instream)
print(d[b'$what'].decode('utf-8'))
EOF
"$PYTHON_PATH" "$TRASH_DIRECTORY/marshal-dump.py"
}
#
# Construct a client with this list of View lines
#
client_view () {
(
cat <<-EOF &&
Client: $P4CLIENT
Description: $P4CLIENT
Root: $cli
AltRoots: $(native_path "$cli")
LineEnd: unix
View:
EOF
printf "\t%s\n" "$@"
) | p4 client -i
}
is_cli_file_writeable () {
# cygwin version of p4 does not set read-only attr,
# will be marked 444 but -w is true
file="$1" &&
if test_have_prereq CYGWIN && p4 -V | grep -q CYGWIN
then
stat=$(stat --format=%a "$file") &&
test $stat = 644
else
test -w "$file"
fi
}