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# ex:ts=4:sw=4:sts=4:et
# -*- tab-width: 4; c-basic-offset: 4; indent-tabs-mode: nil -*-
#
# BitBake Tests for the Fetcher (fetch2/)
#
# Copyright (C) 2012 Richard Purdie
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
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# published by the Free Software Foundation.
#
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# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
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#
import unittest
import hashlib
import tempfile
import subprocess
import collections
import os
from bb.fetch2 import URI
from bb.fetch2 import FetchMethod
import bb
def skipIfNoNetwork():
if os.environ.get("BB_SKIP_NETTESTS") == "yes":
return unittest.skip("Network tests being skipped")
return lambda f: f
class URITest(unittest.TestCase):
test_uris = {
"http://www.google.com/index.html" : {
'uri': 'http://www.google.com/index.html',
'scheme': 'http',
'hostname': 'www.google.com',
'port': None,
'hostport': 'www.google.com',
'path': '/index.html',
'userinfo': '',
'username': '',
'password': '',
'params': {},
'query': {},
'relative': False
},
"http://www.google.com/index.html;param1=value1" : {
'uri': 'http://www.google.com/index.html;param1=value1',
'scheme': 'http',
'hostname': 'www.google.com',
'port': None,
'hostport': 'www.google.com',
'path': '/index.html',
'userinfo': '',
'username': '',
'password': '',
'params': {
'param1': 'value1'
},
'query': {},
'relative': False
},
"http://www.example.org/index.html?param1=value1" : {
'uri': 'http://www.example.org/index.html?param1=value1',
'scheme': 'http',
'hostname': 'www.example.org',
'port': None,
'hostport': 'www.example.org',
'path': '/index.html',
'userinfo': '',
'username': '',
'password': '',
'params': {},
'query': {
'param1': 'value1'
},
'relative': False
},
"http://www.example.org/index.html?qparam1=qvalue1;param2=value2" : {
'uri': 'http://www.example.org/index.html?qparam1=qvalue1;param2=value2',
'scheme': 'http',
'hostname': 'www.example.org',
'port': None,
'hostport': 'www.example.org',
'path': '/index.html',
'userinfo': '',
'username': '',
'password': '',
'params': {
'param2': 'value2'
},
'query': {
'qparam1': 'qvalue1'
},
'relative': False
},
"http://www.example.com:8080/index.html" : {
'uri': 'http://www.example.com:8080/index.html',
'scheme': 'http',
'hostname': 'www.example.com',
'port': 8080,
'hostport': 'www.example.com:8080',
'path': '/index.html',
'userinfo': '',
'username': '',
'password': '',
'params': {},
'query': {},
'relative': False
},
"cvs://anoncvs@cvs.handhelds.org/cvs;module=familiar/dist/ipkg" : {
'uri': 'cvs://anoncvs@cvs.handhelds.org/cvs;module=familiar/dist/ipkg',
'scheme': 'cvs',
'hostname': 'cvs.handhelds.org',
'port': None,
'hostport': 'cvs.handhelds.org',
'path': '/cvs',
'userinfo': 'anoncvs',
'username': 'anoncvs',
'password': '',
'params': {
'module': 'familiar/dist/ipkg'
},
'query': {},
'relative': False
},
"cvs://anoncvs:anonymous@cvs.handhelds.org/cvs;tag=V0-99-81;module=familiar/dist/ipkg": {
'uri': 'cvs://anoncvs:anonymous@cvs.handhelds.org/cvs;tag=V0-99-81;module=familiar/dist/ipkg',
'scheme': 'cvs',
'hostname': 'cvs.handhelds.org',
'port': None,
'hostport': 'cvs.handhelds.org',
'path': '/cvs',
'userinfo': 'anoncvs:anonymous',
'username': 'anoncvs',
'password': 'anonymous',
'params': collections.OrderedDict([
('tag', 'V0-99-81'),
('module', 'familiar/dist/ipkg')
]),
'query': {},
'relative': False
},
"file://example.diff": { # NOTE: Not RFC compliant!
'uri': 'file:example.diff',
'scheme': 'file',
'hostname': '',
'port': None,
'hostport': '',
'path': 'example.diff',
'userinfo': '',
'username': '',
'password': '',
'params': {},
'query': {},
'relative': True
},
"file:example.diff": { # NOTE: RFC compliant version of the former
'uri': 'file:example.diff',
'scheme': 'file',
'hostname': '',
'port': None,
'hostport': '',
'path': 'example.diff',
'userinfo': '',
'userinfo': '',
'username': '',
'password': '',
'params': {},
'query': {},
'relative': True
},
"file:///tmp/example.diff": {
'uri': 'file:///tmp/example.diff',
'scheme': 'file',
'hostname': '',
'port': None,
'hostport': '',
'path': '/tmp/example.diff',
'userinfo': '',
'userinfo': '',
'username': '',
'password': '',
'params': {},
'query': {},
'relative': False
},
"git:///path/example.git": {
'uri': 'git:///path/example.git',
'scheme': 'git',
'hostname': '',
'port': None,
'hostport': '',
'path': '/path/example.git',
'userinfo': '',
'userinfo': '',
'username': '',
'password': '',
'params': {},
'query': {},
'relative': False
},
"git:path/example.git": {
'uri': 'git:path/example.git',
'scheme': 'git',
'hostname': '',
'port': None,
'hostport': '',
'path': 'path/example.git',
'userinfo': '',
'userinfo': '',
'username': '',
'password': '',
'params': {},
'query': {},
'relative': True
},
"git://example.net/path/example.git": {
'uri': 'git://example.net/path/example.git',
'scheme': 'git',
'hostname': 'example.net',
'port': None,
'hostport': 'example.net',
'path': '/path/example.git',
'userinfo': '',
'userinfo': '',
'username': '',
'password': '',
'params': {},
'query': {},
'relative': False
},
"http://somesite.net;someparam=1": {
'uri': 'http://somesite.net;someparam=1',
'scheme': 'http',
'hostname': 'somesite.net',
'port': None,
'hostport': 'somesite.net',
'path': '',
'userinfo': '',
'userinfo': '',
'username': '',
'password': '',
'params': {"someparam" : "1"},
'query': {},
'relative': False
},
"file://somelocation;someparam=1": {
'uri': 'file:somelocation;someparam=1',
'scheme': 'file',
'hostname': '',
'port': None,
'hostport': '',
'path': 'somelocation',
'userinfo': '',
'userinfo': '',
'username': '',
'password': '',
'params': {"someparam" : "1"},
'query': {},
'relative': True
}
}
def test_uri(self):
for test_uri, ref in self.test_uris.items():
uri = URI(test_uri)
self.assertEqual(str(uri), ref['uri'])
# expected attributes
self.assertEqual(uri.scheme, ref['scheme'])
self.assertEqual(uri.userinfo, ref['userinfo'])
self.assertEqual(uri.username, ref['username'])
self.assertEqual(uri.password, ref['password'])
self.assertEqual(uri.hostname, ref['hostname'])
self.assertEqual(uri.port, ref['port'])
self.assertEqual(uri.hostport, ref['hostport'])
self.assertEqual(uri.path, ref['path'])
self.assertEqual(uri.params, ref['params'])
self.assertEqual(uri.relative, ref['relative'])
def test_dict(self):
for test in self.test_uris.values():
uri = URI()
self.assertEqual(uri.scheme, '')
self.assertEqual(uri.userinfo, '')
self.assertEqual(uri.username, '')
self.assertEqual(uri.password, '')
self.assertEqual(uri.hostname, '')
self.assertEqual(uri.port, None)
self.assertEqual(uri.path, '')
self.assertEqual(uri.params, {})
uri.scheme = test['scheme']
self.assertEqual(uri.scheme, test['scheme'])
uri.userinfo = test['userinfo']
self.assertEqual(uri.userinfo, test['userinfo'])
self.assertEqual(uri.username, test['username'])
self.assertEqual(uri.password, test['password'])
# make sure changing the values doesn't do anything unexpected
uri.username = 'changeme'
self.assertEqual(uri.username, 'changeme')
self.assertEqual(uri.password, test['password'])
uri.password = 'insecure'
self.assertEqual(uri.username, 'changeme')
self.assertEqual(uri.password, 'insecure')
# reset back after our trickery
uri.userinfo = test['userinfo']
self.assertEqual(uri.userinfo, test['userinfo'])
self.assertEqual(uri.username, test['username'])
self.assertEqual(uri.password, test['password'])
uri.hostname = test['hostname']
self.assertEqual(uri.hostname, test['hostname'])
self.assertEqual(uri.hostport, test['hostname'])
uri.port = test['port']
self.assertEqual(uri.port, test['port'])
self.assertEqual(uri.hostport, test['hostport'])
uri.path = test['path']
self.assertEqual(uri.path, test['path'])
uri.params = test['params']
self.assertEqual(uri.params, test['params'])
uri.query = test['query']
self.assertEqual(uri.query, test['query'])
self.assertEqual(str(uri), test['uri'])
uri.params = {}
self.assertEqual(uri.params, {})
self.assertEqual(str(uri), (str(uri).split(";"))[0])
class FetcherTest(unittest.TestCase):
def setUp(self):
self.origdir = os.getcwd()
self.d = bb.data.init()
self.tempdir = tempfile.mkdtemp()
self.dldir = os.path.join(self.tempdir, "download")
os.mkdir(self.dldir)
self.d.setVar("DL_DIR", self.dldir)
self.unpackdir = os.path.join(self.tempdir, "unpacked")
os.mkdir(self.unpackdir)
persistdir = os.path.join(self.tempdir, "persistdata")
self.d.setVar("PERSISTENT_DIR", persistdir)
def tearDown(self):
os.chdir(self.origdir)
if os.environ.get("BB_TMPDIR_NOCLEAN") == "yes":
print("Not cleaning up %s. Please remove manually." % self.tempdir)
else:
bb.utils.prunedir(self.tempdir)
class MirrorUriTest(FetcherTest):
replaceuris = {
("git://git.invalid.infradead.org/mtd-utils.git;tag=1234567890123456789012345678901234567890", "git://.*/.*", "http://somewhere.org/somedir/")
: "http://somewhere.org/somedir/git2_git.invalid.infradead.org.mtd-utils.git.tar.gz",
("git://git.invalid.infradead.org/mtd-utils.git;tag=1234567890123456789012345678901234567890", "git://.*/([^/]+/)*([^/]*)", "git://somewhere.org/somedir/\\2;protocol=http")
: "git://somewhere.org/somedir/mtd-utils.git;tag=1234567890123456789012345678901234567890;protocol=http",
("git://git.invalid.infradead.org/foo/mtd-utils.git;tag=1234567890123456789012345678901234567890", "git://.*/([^/]+/)*([^/]*)", "git://somewhere.org/somedir/\\2;protocol=http")
: "git://somewhere.org/somedir/mtd-utils.git;tag=1234567890123456789012345678901234567890;protocol=http",
("git://git.invalid.infradead.org/foo/mtd-utils.git;tag=1234567890123456789012345678901234567890", "git://.*/([^/]+/)*([^/]*)", "git://somewhere.org/\\2;protocol=http")
: "git://somewhere.org/mtd-utils.git;tag=1234567890123456789012345678901234567890;protocol=http",
("git://someserver.org/bitbake;tag=1234567890123456789012345678901234567890", "git://someserver.org/bitbake", "git://git.openembedded.org/bitbake")
: "git://git.openembedded.org/bitbake;tag=1234567890123456789012345678901234567890",
("file://sstate-xyz.tgz", "file://.*", "file:///somewhere/1234/sstate-cache")
: "file:///somewhere/1234/sstate-cache/sstate-xyz.tgz",
("file://sstate-xyz.tgz", "file://.*", "file:///somewhere/1234/sstate-cache/")
: "file:///somewhere/1234/sstate-cache/sstate-xyz.tgz",
("http://somewhere.org/somedir1/somedir2/somefile_1.2.3.tar.gz", "http://.*/.*", "http://somewhere2.org/somedir3")
: "http://somewhere2.org/somedir3/somefile_1.2.3.tar.gz",
("http://somewhere.org/somedir1/somefile_1.2.3.tar.gz", "http://somewhere.org/somedir1/somefile_1.2.3.tar.gz", "http://somewhere2.org/somedir3/somefile_1.2.3.tar.gz")
: "http://somewhere2.org/somedir3/somefile_1.2.3.tar.gz",
("http://www.apache.org/dist/subversion/subversion-1.7.1.tar.bz2", "http://www.apache.org/dist", "http://archive.apache.org/dist")
: "http://archive.apache.org/dist/subversion/subversion-1.7.1.tar.bz2",
("http://www.apache.org/dist/subversion/subversion-1.7.1.tar.bz2", "http://.*/.*", "file:///somepath/downloads/")
: "file:///somepath/downloads/subversion-1.7.1.tar.bz2",
("git://git.invalid.infradead.org/mtd-utils.git;tag=1234567890123456789012345678901234567890", "git://.*/.*", "git://somewhere.org/somedir/BASENAME;protocol=http")
: "git://somewhere.org/somedir/mtd-utils.git;tag=1234567890123456789012345678901234567890;protocol=http",
("git://git.invalid.infradead.org/foo/mtd-utils.git;tag=1234567890123456789012345678901234567890", "git://.*/.*", "git://somewhere.org/somedir/BASENAME;protocol=http")
: "git://somewhere.org/somedir/mtd-utils.git;tag=1234567890123456789012345678901234567890;protocol=http",
("git://git.invalid.infradead.org/foo/mtd-utils.git;tag=1234567890123456789012345678901234567890", "git://.*/.*", "git://somewhere.org/somedir/MIRRORNAME;protocol=http")
: "git://somewhere.org/somedir/git.invalid.infradead.org.foo.mtd-utils.git;tag=1234567890123456789012345678901234567890;protocol=http",
("http://somewhere.org/somedir1/somedir2/somefile_1.2.3.tar.gz", "http://.*/.*", "http://somewhere2.org")
: "http://somewhere2.org/somefile_1.2.3.tar.gz",
("http://somewhere.org/somedir1/somedir2/somefile_1.2.3.tar.gz", "http://.*/.*", "http://somewhere2.org/")
: "http://somewhere2.org/somefile_1.2.3.tar.gz",
("git://someserver.org/bitbake;tag=1234567890123456789012345678901234567890;branch=master", "git://someserver.org/bitbake;branch=master", "git://git.openembedded.org/bitbake;protocol=http")
: "git://git.openembedded.org/bitbake;tag=1234567890123456789012345678901234567890;branch=master;protocol=http",
#Renaming files doesn't work
#("http://somewhere.org/somedir1/somefile_1.2.3.tar.gz", "http://somewhere.org/somedir1/somefile_1.2.3.tar.gz", "http://somewhere2.org/somedir3/somefile_2.3.4.tar.gz") : "http://somewhere2.org/somedir3/somefile_2.3.4.tar.gz"
#("file://sstate-xyz.tgz", "file://.*/.*", "file:///somewhere/1234/sstate-cache") : "file:///somewhere/1234/sstate-cache/sstate-xyz.tgz",
}
mirrorvar = "http://.*/.* file:///somepath/downloads/ \n" \
"git://someserver.org/bitbake git://git.openembedded.org/bitbake \n" \
"https://.*/.* file:///someotherpath/downloads/ \n" \
"http://.*/.* file:///someotherpath/downloads/ \n"
def test_urireplace(self):
for k, v in self.replaceuris.items():
ud = bb.fetch.FetchData(k[0], self.d)
ud.setup_localpath(self.d)
mirrors = bb.fetch2.mirror_from_string("%s %s" % (k[1], k[2]))
newuris, uds = bb.fetch2.build_mirroruris(ud, mirrors, self.d)
self.assertEqual([v], newuris)
def test_urilist1(self):
fetcher = bb.fetch.FetchData("http://downloads.yoctoproject.org/releases/bitbake/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz", self.d)
mirrors = bb.fetch2.mirror_from_string(self.mirrorvar)
uris, uds = bb.fetch2.build_mirroruris(fetcher, mirrors, self.d)
self.assertEqual(uris, ['file:///somepath/downloads/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz', 'file:///someotherpath/downloads/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz'])
def test_urilist2(self):
# Catch https:// -> files:// bug
fetcher = bb.fetch.FetchData("https://downloads.yoctoproject.org/releases/bitbake/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz", self.d)
mirrors = bb.fetch2.mirror_from_string(self.mirrorvar)
uris, uds = bb.fetch2.build_mirroruris(fetcher, mirrors, self.d)
self.assertEqual(uris, ['file:///someotherpath/downloads/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz'])
def test_mirror_of_mirror(self):
# Test if mirror of a mirror works
mirrorvar = self.mirrorvar + " http://.*/.* http://otherdownloads.yoctoproject.org/downloads/ \n"
mirrorvar = mirrorvar + " http://otherdownloads.yoctoproject.org/.* http://downloads2.yoctoproject.org/downloads/ \n"
fetcher = bb.fetch.FetchData("http://downloads.yoctoproject.org/releases/bitbake/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz", self.d)
mirrors = bb.fetch2.mirror_from_string(mirrorvar)
uris, uds = bb.fetch2.build_mirroruris(fetcher, mirrors, self.d)
self.assertEqual(uris, ['file:///somepath/downloads/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz',
'file:///someotherpath/downloads/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz',
'http://otherdownloads.yoctoproject.org/downloads/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz',
'http://downloads2.yoctoproject.org/downloads/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz'])
recmirrorvar = "https://.*/[^/]* http://AAAA/A/A/A/ \n" \
"https://.*/[^/]* https://BBBB/B/B/B/ \n"
def test_recursive(self):
fetcher = bb.fetch.FetchData("https://downloads.yoctoproject.org/releases/bitbake/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz", self.d)
mirrors = bb.fetch2.mirror_from_string(self.recmirrorvar)
uris, uds = bb.fetch2.build_mirroruris(fetcher, mirrors, self.d)
self.assertEqual(uris, ['http://AAAA/A/A/A/bitbake/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz',
'https://BBBB/B/B/B/bitbake/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz',
'http://AAAA/A/A/A/B/B/bitbake/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz'])
class GitDownloadDirectoryNamingTest(FetcherTest):
def setUp(self):
super(GitDownloadDirectoryNamingTest, self).setUp()
self.recipe_url = "git://git.openembedded.org/bitbake"
self.recipe_dir = "git.openembedded.org.bitbake"
self.mirror_url = "git://github.com/openembedded/bitbake.git"
self.mirror_dir = "github.com.openembedded.bitbake.git"
self.d.setVar('SRCREV', '82ea737a0b42a8b53e11c9cde141e9e9c0bd8c40')
def setup_mirror_rewrite(self):
self.d.setVar("PREMIRRORS", self.recipe_url + " " + self.mirror_url + " \n")
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_that_directory_is_named_after_recipe_url_when_no_mirroring_is_used(self):
self.setup_mirror_rewrite()
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch([self.recipe_url], self.d)
fetcher.download()
dir = os.listdir(self.dldir + "/git2")
self.assertIn(self.recipe_dir, dir)
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_that_directory_exists_for_mirrored_url_and_recipe_url_when_mirroring_is_used(self):
self.setup_mirror_rewrite()
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch([self.recipe_url], self.d)
fetcher.download()
dir = os.listdir(self.dldir + "/git2")
self.assertIn(self.mirror_dir, dir)
self.assertIn(self.recipe_dir, dir)
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_that_recipe_directory_and_mirrored_directory_exists_when_mirroring_is_used_and_the_mirrored_directory_already_exists(self):
self.setup_mirror_rewrite()
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch([self.mirror_url], self.d)
fetcher.download()
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch([self.recipe_url], self.d)
fetcher.download()
dir = os.listdir(self.dldir + "/git2")
self.assertIn(self.mirror_dir, dir)
self.assertIn(self.recipe_dir, dir)
class TarballNamingTest(FetcherTest):
def setUp(self):
super(TarballNamingTest, self).setUp()
self.recipe_url = "git://git.openembedded.org/bitbake"
self.recipe_tarball = "git2_git.openembedded.org.bitbake.tar.gz"
self.mirror_url = "git://github.com/openembedded/bitbake.git"
self.mirror_tarball = "git2_github.com.openembedded.bitbake.git.tar.gz"
self.d.setVar('BB_GENERATE_MIRROR_TARBALLS', '1')
self.d.setVar('SRCREV', '82ea737a0b42a8b53e11c9cde141e9e9c0bd8c40')
def setup_mirror_rewrite(self):
self.d.setVar("PREMIRRORS", self.recipe_url + " " + self.mirror_url + " \n")
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_that_the_recipe_tarball_is_created_when_no_mirroring_is_used(self):
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch([self.recipe_url], self.d)
fetcher.download()
dir = os.listdir(self.dldir)
self.assertIn(self.recipe_tarball, dir)
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_that_the_mirror_tarball_is_created_when_mirroring_is_used(self):
self.setup_mirror_rewrite()
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch([self.recipe_url], self.d)
fetcher.download()
dir = os.listdir(self.dldir)
self.assertIn(self.mirror_tarball, dir)
class GitShallowTarballNamingTest(FetcherTest):
def setUp(self):
super(GitShallowTarballNamingTest, self).setUp()
self.recipe_url = "git://git.openembedded.org/bitbake"
self.recipe_tarball = "gitshallow_git.openembedded.org.bitbake_82ea737-1_master.tar.gz"
self.mirror_url = "git://github.com/openembedded/bitbake.git"
self.mirror_tarball = "gitshallow_github.com.openembedded.bitbake.git_82ea737-1_master.tar.gz"
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW', '1')
self.d.setVar('BB_GENERATE_SHALLOW_TARBALLS', '1')
self.d.setVar('SRCREV', '82ea737a0b42a8b53e11c9cde141e9e9c0bd8c40')
def setup_mirror_rewrite(self):
self.d.setVar("PREMIRRORS", self.recipe_url + " " + self.mirror_url + " \n")
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_that_the_tarball_is_named_after_recipe_url_when_no_mirroring_is_used(self):
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch([self.recipe_url], self.d)
fetcher.download()
dir = os.listdir(self.dldir)
self.assertIn(self.recipe_tarball, dir)
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_that_the_mirror_tarball_is_created_when_mirroring_is_used(self):
self.setup_mirror_rewrite()
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch([self.recipe_url], self.d)
fetcher.download()
dir = os.listdir(self.dldir)
self.assertIn(self.mirror_tarball, dir)
class FetcherLocalTest(FetcherTest):
def setUp(self):
def touch(fn):
with open(fn, 'a'):
os.utime(fn, None)
super(FetcherLocalTest, self).setUp()
self.localsrcdir = os.path.join(self.tempdir, 'localsrc')
os.makedirs(self.localsrcdir)
touch(os.path.join(self.localsrcdir, 'a'))
touch(os.path.join(self.localsrcdir, 'b'))
os.makedirs(os.path.join(self.localsrcdir, 'dir'))
touch(os.path.join(self.localsrcdir, 'dir', 'c'))
touch(os.path.join(self.localsrcdir, 'dir', 'd'))
os.makedirs(os.path.join(self.localsrcdir, 'dir', 'subdir'))
touch(os.path.join(self.localsrcdir, 'dir', 'subdir', 'e'))
self.d.setVar("FILESPATH", self.localsrcdir)
def fetchUnpack(self, uris):
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch(uris, self.d)
fetcher.download()
fetcher.unpack(self.unpackdir)
flst = []
for root, dirs, files in os.walk(self.unpackdir):
for f in files:
flst.append(os.path.relpath(os.path.join(root, f), self.unpackdir))
flst.sort()
return flst
def test_local(self):
tree = self.fetchUnpack(['file://a', 'file://dir/c'])
self.assertEqual(tree, ['a', 'dir/c'])
def test_local_wildcard(self):
tree = self.fetchUnpack(['file://a', 'file://dir/*'])
self.assertEqual(tree, ['a', 'dir/c', 'dir/d', 'dir/subdir/e'])
def test_local_dir(self):
tree = self.fetchUnpack(['file://a', 'file://dir'])
self.assertEqual(tree, ['a', 'dir/c', 'dir/d', 'dir/subdir/e'])
def test_local_subdir(self):
tree = self.fetchUnpack(['file://dir/subdir'])
self.assertEqual(tree, ['dir/subdir/e'])
def test_local_subdir_file(self):
tree = self.fetchUnpack(['file://dir/subdir/e'])
self.assertEqual(tree, ['dir/subdir/e'])
def test_local_subdirparam(self):
tree = self.fetchUnpack(['file://a;subdir=bar', 'file://dir;subdir=foo/moo'])
self.assertEqual(tree, ['bar/a', 'foo/moo/dir/c', 'foo/moo/dir/d', 'foo/moo/dir/subdir/e'])
def test_local_deepsubdirparam(self):
tree = self.fetchUnpack(['file://dir/subdir/e;subdir=bar'])
self.assertEqual(tree, ['bar/dir/subdir/e'])
def test_local_absolutedir(self):
# Unpacking to an absolute path that is a subdirectory of the root
# should work
tree = self.fetchUnpack(['file://a;subdir=%s' % os.path.join(self.unpackdir, 'bar')])
# Unpacking to an absolute path outside of the root should fail
with self.assertRaises(bb.fetch2.UnpackError):
self.fetchUnpack(['file://a;subdir=/bin/sh'])
class FetcherNoNetworkTest(FetcherTest):
def setUp(self):
super().setUp()
# all test cases are based on not having network
self.d.setVar("BB_NO_NETWORK", "1")
def test_missing(self):
string = "this is a test file\n".encode("utf-8")
self.d.setVarFlag("SRC_URI", "md5sum", hashlib.md5(string).hexdigest())
self.d.setVarFlag("SRC_URI", "sha256sum", hashlib.sha256(string).hexdigest())
self.assertFalse(os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz")))
self.assertFalse(os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz.done")))
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch(["http://invalid.yoctoproject.org/test-file.tar.gz"], self.d)
with self.assertRaises(bb.fetch2.NetworkAccess):
fetcher.download()
def test_valid_missing_donestamp(self):
# create the file in the download directory with correct hash
string = "this is a test file\n".encode("utf-8")
with open(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz"), "wb") as f:
f.write(string)
self.d.setVarFlag("SRC_URI", "md5sum", hashlib.md5(string).hexdigest())
self.d.setVarFlag("SRC_URI", "sha256sum", hashlib.sha256(string).hexdigest())
self.assertTrue(os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz")))
self.assertFalse(os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz.done")))
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch(["http://invalid.yoctoproject.org/test-file.tar.gz"], self.d)
fetcher.download()
self.assertTrue(os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz.done")))
def test_invalid_missing_donestamp(self):
# create an invalid file in the download directory with incorrect hash
string = "this is a test file\n".encode("utf-8")
with open(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz"), "wb"):
pass
self.d.setVarFlag("SRC_URI", "md5sum", hashlib.md5(string).hexdigest())
self.d.setVarFlag("SRC_URI", "sha256sum", hashlib.sha256(string).hexdigest())
self.assertTrue(os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz")))
self.assertFalse(os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz.done")))
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch(["http://invalid.yoctoproject.org/test-file.tar.gz"], self.d)
with self.assertRaises(bb.fetch2.NetworkAccess):
fetcher.download()
# the existing file should not exist or should have be moved to "bad-checksum"
self.assertFalse(os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz")))
def test_nochecksums_missing(self):
self.assertFalse(os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz")))
self.assertFalse(os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz.done")))
# ssh fetch does not support checksums
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch(["ssh://invalid@invalid.yoctoproject.org/test-file.tar.gz"], self.d)
# attempts to download with missing donestamp
with self.assertRaises(bb.fetch2.NetworkAccess):
fetcher.download()
def test_nochecksums_missing_donestamp(self):
# create a file in the download directory
with open(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz"), "wb"):
pass
self.assertTrue(os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz")))
self.assertFalse(os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz.done")))
# ssh fetch does not support checksums
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch(["ssh://invalid@invalid.yoctoproject.org/test-file.tar.gz"], self.d)
# attempts to download with missing donestamp
with self.assertRaises(bb.fetch2.NetworkAccess):
fetcher.download()
def test_nochecksums_has_donestamp(self):
# create a file in the download directory with the donestamp
with open(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz"), "wb"):
pass
with open(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz.done"), "wb"):
pass
self.assertTrue(os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz")))
self.assertTrue(os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz.done")))
# ssh fetch does not support checksums
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch(["ssh://invalid@invalid.yoctoproject.org/test-file.tar.gz"], self.d)
# should not fetch
fetcher.download()
# both files should still exist
self.assertTrue(os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz")))
self.assertTrue(os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz.done")))
def test_nochecksums_missing_has_donestamp(self):
# create a file in the download directory with the donestamp
with open(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz.done"), "wb"):
pass
self.assertFalse(os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz")))
self.assertTrue(os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz.done")))
# ssh fetch does not support checksums
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch(["ssh://invalid@invalid.yoctoproject.org/test-file.tar.gz"], self.d)
with self.assertRaises(bb.fetch2.NetworkAccess):
fetcher.download()
# both files should still exist
self.assertFalse(os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz")))
self.assertFalse(os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.dldir, "test-file.tar.gz.done")))
class FetcherNetworkTest(FetcherTest):
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_fetch(self):
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch(["http://downloads.yoctoproject.org/releases/bitbake/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz", "http://downloads.yoctoproject.org/releases/bitbake/bitbake-1.1.tar.gz"], self.d)
fetcher.download()
self.assertEqual(os.path.getsize(self.dldir + "/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz"), 57749)
self.assertEqual(os.path.getsize(self.dldir + "/bitbake-1.1.tar.gz"), 57892)
self.d.setVar("BB_NO_NETWORK", "1")
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch(["http://downloads.yoctoproject.org/releases/bitbake/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz", "http://downloads.yoctoproject.org/releases/bitbake/bitbake-1.1.tar.gz"], self.d)
fetcher.download()
fetcher.unpack(self.unpackdir)
self.assertEqual(len(os.listdir(self.unpackdir + "/bitbake-1.0/")), 9)
self.assertEqual(len(os.listdir(self.unpackdir + "/bitbake-1.1/")), 9)
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_fetch_mirror(self):
self.d.setVar("MIRRORS", "http://.*/.* http://downloads.yoctoproject.org/releases/bitbake")
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch(["http://invalid.yoctoproject.org/releases/bitbake/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz"], self.d)
fetcher.download()
self.assertEqual(os.path.getsize(self.dldir + "/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz"), 57749)
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_fetch_mirror_of_mirror(self):
self.d.setVar("MIRRORS", "http://.*/.* http://invalid2.yoctoproject.org/ \n http://invalid2.yoctoproject.org/.* http://downloads.yoctoproject.org/releases/bitbake")
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch(["http://invalid.yoctoproject.org/releases/bitbake/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz"], self.d)
fetcher.download()
self.assertEqual(os.path.getsize(self.dldir + "/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz"), 57749)
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_fetch_file_mirror_of_mirror(self):
self.d.setVar("MIRRORS", "http://.*/.* file:///some1where/ \n file:///some1where/.* file://some2where/ \n file://some2where/.* http://downloads.yoctoproject.org/releases/bitbake")
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch(["http://invalid.yoctoproject.org/releases/bitbake/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz"], self.d)
os.mkdir(self.dldir + "/some2where")
fetcher.download()
self.assertEqual(os.path.getsize(self.dldir + "/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz"), 57749)
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_fetch_premirror(self):
self.d.setVar("PREMIRRORS", "http://.*/.* http://downloads.yoctoproject.org/releases/bitbake")
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch(["http://invalid.yoctoproject.org/releases/bitbake/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz"], self.d)
fetcher.download()
self.assertEqual(os.path.getsize(self.dldir + "/bitbake-1.0.tar.gz"), 57749)
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def gitfetcher(self, url1, url2):
def checkrevision(self, fetcher):
fetcher.unpack(self.unpackdir)
revision = bb.process.run("git rev-parse HEAD", shell=True, cwd=self.unpackdir + "/git")[0].strip()
self.assertEqual(revision, "270a05b0b4ba0959fe0624d2a4885d7b70426da5")
self.d.setVar("BB_GENERATE_MIRROR_TARBALLS", "1")
self.d.setVar("SRCREV", "270a05b0b4ba0959fe0624d2a4885d7b70426da5")
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch([url1], self.d)
fetcher.download()
checkrevision(self, fetcher)
# Wipe out the dldir clone and the unpacked source, turn off the network and check mirror tarball works
bb.utils.prunedir(self.dldir + "/git2/")
bb.utils.prunedir(self.unpackdir)
self.d.setVar("BB_NO_NETWORK", "1")
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch([url2], self.d)
fetcher.download()
checkrevision(self, fetcher)
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_gitfetch(self):
url1 = url2 = "git://git.openembedded.org/bitbake"
self.gitfetcher(url1, url2)
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_gitfetch_goodsrcrev(self):
# SRCREV is set but matches rev= parameter
url1 = url2 = "git://git.openembedded.org/bitbake;rev=270a05b0b4ba0959fe0624d2a4885d7b70426da5"
self.gitfetcher(url1, url2)
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_gitfetch_badsrcrev(self):
# SRCREV is set but does not match rev= parameter
url1 = url2 = "git://git.openembedded.org/bitbake;rev=dead05b0b4ba0959fe0624d2a4885d7b70426da5"
self.assertRaises(bb.fetch.FetchError, self.gitfetcher, url1, url2)
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_gitfetch_tagandrev(self):
# SRCREV is set but does not match rev= parameter
url1 = url2 = "git://git.openembedded.org/bitbake;rev=270a05b0b4ba0959fe0624d2a4885d7b70426da5;tag=270a05b0b4ba0959fe0624d2a4885d7b70426da5"
self.assertRaises(bb.fetch.FetchError, self.gitfetcher, url1, url2)
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_gitfetch_localusehead(self):
# Create dummy local Git repo
src_dir = tempfile.mkdtemp(dir=self.tempdir,
prefix='gitfetch_localusehead_')
src_dir = os.path.abspath(src_dir)
bb.process.run("git init", cwd=src_dir)
bb.process.run("git commit --allow-empty -m'Dummy commit'",
cwd=src_dir)
# Use other branch than master
bb.process.run("git checkout -b my-devel", cwd=src_dir)
bb.process.run("git commit --allow-empty -m'Dummy commit 2'",
cwd=src_dir)
stdout = bb.process.run("git rev-parse HEAD", cwd=src_dir)
orig_rev = stdout[0].strip()
# Fetch and check revision
self.d.setVar("SRCREV", "AUTOINC")
url = "git://" + src_dir + ";protocol=file;usehead=1"
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch([url], self.d)
fetcher.download()
fetcher.unpack(self.unpackdir)
stdout = bb.process.run("git rev-parse HEAD",
cwd=os.path.join(self.unpackdir, 'git'))
unpack_rev = stdout[0].strip()
self.assertEqual(orig_rev, unpack_rev)
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_gitfetch_remoteusehead(self):
url = "git://git.openembedded.org/bitbake;usehead=1"
self.assertRaises(bb.fetch.ParameterError, self.gitfetcher, url, url)
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_gitfetch_finds_local_tarball_for_mirrored_url_when_previous_downloaded_by_the_recipe_url(self):
recipeurl = "git://git.openembedded.org/bitbake"
mirrorurl = "git://someserver.org/bitbake"
self.d.setVar("PREMIRRORS", "git://someserver.org/bitbake git://git.openembedded.org/bitbake \n")
self.gitfetcher(recipeurl, mirrorurl)
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_gitfetch_finds_local_tarball_when_previous_downloaded_from_a_premirror(self):
recipeurl = "git://someserver.org/bitbake"
self.d.setVar("PREMIRRORS", "git://someserver.org/bitbake git://git.openembedded.org/bitbake \n")
self.gitfetcher(recipeurl, recipeurl)
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_gitfetch_finds_local_repository_when_premirror_rewrites_the_recipe_url(self):
realurl = "git://git.openembedded.org/bitbake"
recipeurl = "git://someserver.org/bitbake"
self.sourcedir = self.unpackdir.replace("unpacked", "sourcemirror.git")
os.chdir(self.tempdir)
bb.process.run("git clone %s %s 2> /dev/null" % (realurl, self.sourcedir), shell=True)
self.d.setVar("PREMIRRORS", "%s git://%s;protocol=file \n" % (recipeurl, self.sourcedir))
self.gitfetcher(recipeurl, recipeurl)
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_git_submodule(self):
# URL with ssh submodules
url = "gitsm://git.yoctoproject.org/git-submodule-test;branch=ssh-gitsm-tests;rev=f53765f515e0eeca569ed385bb1c89ce008bb058"
# Original URL (comment this if you have ssh access to git.yoctoproject.org)
url = "gitsm://git.yoctoproject.org/git-submodule-test;branch=master;rev=132fea6e4dee56b61bcf5721c94e8b2445c6a017"
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch([url], self.d)
fetcher.download()
# Previous cwd has been deleted
os.chdir(os.path.dirname(self.unpackdir))
fetcher.unpack(self.unpackdir)
repo_path = os.path.join(self.tempdir, 'unpacked', 'git')
self.assertTrue(os.path.exists(repo_path), msg='Unpacked repository missing')
self.assertTrue(os.path.exists(os.path.join(repo_path, 'bitbake')), msg='bitbake submodule missing')
self.assertFalse(os.path.exists(os.path.join(repo_path, 'na')), msg='uninitialized submodule present')
# Only when we're running the extended test with a submodule's submodule, can we check this.
if os.path.exists(os.path.join(repo_path, 'bitbake-gitsm-test1')):
self.assertTrue(os.path.exists(os.path.join(repo_path, 'bitbake-gitsm-test1', 'bitbake')), msg='submodule of submodule missing')
class TrustedNetworksTest(FetcherTest):
def test_trusted_network(self):
# Ensure trusted_network returns False when the host IS in the list.
url = "git://Someserver.org/foo;rev=1"
self.d.setVar("BB_ALLOWED_NETWORKS", "server1.org someserver.org server2.org server3.org")
self.assertTrue(bb.fetch.trusted_network(self.d, url))
def test_wild_trusted_network(self):
# Ensure trusted_network returns true when the *.host IS in the list.
url = "git://Someserver.org/foo;rev=1"
self.d.setVar("BB_ALLOWED_NETWORKS", "server1.org *.someserver.org server2.org server3.org")
self.assertTrue(bb.fetch.trusted_network(self.d, url))
def test_prefix_wild_trusted_network(self):
# Ensure trusted_network returns true when the prefix matches *.host.
url = "git://git.Someserver.org/foo;rev=1"
self.d.setVar("BB_ALLOWED_NETWORKS", "server1.org *.someserver.org server2.org server3.org")
self.assertTrue(bb.fetch.trusted_network(self.d, url))
def test_two_prefix_wild_trusted_network(self):
# Ensure trusted_network returns true when the prefix matches *.host.
url = "git://something.git.Someserver.org/foo;rev=1"
self.d.setVar("BB_ALLOWED_NETWORKS", "server1.org *.someserver.org server2.org server3.org")
self.assertTrue(bb.fetch.trusted_network(self.d, url))
def test_port_trusted_network(self):
# Ensure trusted_network returns True, even if the url specifies a port.
url = "git://someserver.org:8080/foo;rev=1"
self.d.setVar("BB_ALLOWED_NETWORKS", "someserver.org")
self.assertTrue(bb.fetch.trusted_network(self.d, url))
def test_untrusted_network(self):
# Ensure trusted_network returns False when the host is NOT in the list.
url = "git://someserver.org/foo;rev=1"
self.d.setVar("BB_ALLOWED_NETWORKS", "server1.org server2.org server3.org")
self.assertFalse(bb.fetch.trusted_network(self.d, url))
def test_wild_untrusted_network(self):
# Ensure trusted_network returns False when the host is NOT in the list.
url = "git://*.someserver.org/foo;rev=1"
self.d.setVar("BB_ALLOWED_NETWORKS", "server1.org server2.org server3.org")
self.assertFalse(bb.fetch.trusted_network(self.d, url))
class URLHandle(unittest.TestCase):
datatable = {
"http://www.google.com/index.html" : ('http', 'www.google.com', '/index.html', '', '', {}),
"cvs://anoncvs@cvs.handhelds.org/cvs;module=familiar/dist/ipkg" : ('cvs', 'cvs.handhelds.org', '/cvs', 'anoncvs', '', {'module': 'familiar/dist/ipkg'}),
"cvs://anoncvs:anonymous@cvs.handhelds.org/cvs;tag=V0-99-81;module=familiar/dist/ipkg" : ('cvs', 'cvs.handhelds.org', '/cvs', 'anoncvs', 'anonymous', collections.OrderedDict([('tag', 'V0-99-81'), ('module', 'familiar/dist/ipkg')])),
"git://git.openembedded.org/bitbake;branch=@foo" : ('git', 'git.openembedded.org', '/bitbake', '', '', {'branch': '@foo'}),
"file://somelocation;someparam=1": ('file', '', 'somelocation', '', '', {'someparam': '1'}),
}
# we require a pathname to encodeurl but users can still pass such urls to
# decodeurl and we need to handle them
decodedata = datatable.copy()
decodedata.update({
"http://somesite.net;someparam=1": ('http', 'somesite.net', '/', '', '', {'someparam': '1'}),
})
def test_decodeurl(self):
for k, v in self.decodedata.items():
result = bb.fetch.decodeurl(k)
self.assertEqual(result, v)
def test_encodeurl(self):
for k, v in self.datatable.items():
result = bb.fetch.encodeurl(v)
self.assertEqual(result, k)
class FetchLatestVersionTest(FetcherTest):
test_git_uris = {
# version pattern "X.Y.Z"
("mx-1.0", "git://github.com/clutter-project/mx.git;branch=mx-1.4", "9b1db6b8060bd00b121a692f942404a24ae2960f", "")
: "1.99.4",
# version pattern "vX.Y"
("mtd-utils", "git://git.infradead.org/mtd-utils.git", "ca39eb1d98e736109c64ff9c1aa2a6ecca222d8f", "")
: "1.5.0",
# version pattern "pkg_name-X.Y"
("presentproto", "git://anongit.freedesktop.org/git/xorg/proto/presentproto", "24f3a56e541b0a9e6c6ee76081f441221a120ef9", "")
: "1.0",
# version pattern "pkg_name-vX.Y.Z"
("dtc", "git://git.qemu.org/dtc.git", "65cc4d2748a2c2e6f27f1cf39e07a5dbabd80ebf", "")
: "1.4.0",
# combination version pattern
("sysprof", "git://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/sysprof.git;protocol=https", "cd44ee6644c3641507fb53b8a2a69137f2971219", "")
: "1.2.0",
("u-boot-mkimage", "git://git.denx.de/u-boot.git;branch=master;protocol=git", "62c175fbb8a0f9a926c88294ea9f7e88eb898f6c", "")
: "2014.01",
# version pattern "yyyymmdd"
("mobile-broadband-provider-info", "git://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/mobile-broadband-provider-info.git;protocol=https", "4ed19e11c2975105b71b956440acdb25d46a347d", "")
: "20120614",
# packages with a valid UPSTREAM_CHECK_GITTAGREGEX
("xf86-video-omap", "git://anongit.freedesktop.org/xorg/driver/xf86-video-omap", "ae0394e687f1a77e966cf72f895da91840dffb8f", "(?P<pver>(\d+\.(\d\.?)*))")
: "0.4.3",
("build-appliance-image", "git://git.yoctoproject.org/poky", "b37dd451a52622d5b570183a81583cc34c2ff555", "(?P<pver>(([0-9][\.|_]?)+[0-9]))")
: "11.0.0",
("chkconfig-alternatives-native", "git://github.com/kergoth/chkconfig;branch=sysroot", "cd437ecbd8986c894442f8fce1e0061e20f04dee", "chkconfig\-(?P<pver>((\d+[\.\-_]*)+))")
: "1.3.59",
("remake", "git://github.com/rocky/remake.git", "f05508e521987c8494c92d9c2871aec46307d51d", "(?P<pver>(\d+\.(\d+\.)*\d*(\+dbg\d+(\.\d+)*)*))")
: "3.82+dbg0.9",
}
test_wget_uris = {
# packages with versions inside directory name
("util-linux", "http://kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/util-linux/v2.23/util-linux-2.24.2.tar.bz2", "", "")
: "2.24.2",
("enchant", "http://www.abisource.com/downloads/enchant/1.6.0/enchant-1.6.0.tar.gz", "", "")
: "1.6.0",
("cmake", "http://www.cmake.org/files/v2.8/cmake-2.8.12.1.tar.gz", "", "")
: "2.8.12.1",
# packages with versions only in current directory
("eglic", "http://downloads.yoctoproject.org/releases/eglibc/eglibc-2.18-svnr23787.tar.bz2", "", "")
: "2.19",
("gnu-config", "http://downloads.yoctoproject.org/releases/gnu-config/gnu-config-20120814.tar.bz2", "", "")
: "20120814",
# packages with "99" in the name of possible version
("pulseaudio", "http://freedesktop.org/software/pulseaudio/releases/pulseaudio-4.0.tar.xz", "", "")
: "5.0",
("xserver-xorg", "http://xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/xserver/xorg-server-1.15.1.tar.bz2", "", "")
: "1.15.1",
# packages with valid UPSTREAM_CHECK_URI and UPSTREAM_CHECK_REGEX
("cups", "http://www.cups.org/software/1.7.2/cups-1.7.2-source.tar.bz2", "https://github.com/apple/cups/releases", "(?P<name>cups\-)(?P<pver>((\d+[\.\-_]*)+))\-source\.tar\.gz")
: "2.0.0",
("db", "http://download.oracle.com/berkeley-db/db-5.3.21.tar.gz", "http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/products/berkeleydb/downloads/index-082944.html", "http://download.oracle.com/otn/berkeley-db/(?P<name>db-)(?P<pver>((\d+[\.\-_]*)+))\.tar\.gz")
: "6.1.19",
}
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_git_latest_versionstring(self):
for k, v in self.test_git_uris.items():
self.d.setVar("PN", k[0])
self.d.setVar("SRCREV", k[2])
self.d.setVar("UPSTREAM_CHECK_GITTAGREGEX", k[3])
ud = bb.fetch2.FetchData(k[1], self.d)
pupver= ud.method.latest_versionstring(ud, self.d)
verstring = pupver[0]
self.assertTrue(verstring, msg="Could not find upstream version for %s" % k[0])
r = bb.utils.vercmp_string(v, verstring)
self.assertTrue(r == -1 or r == 0, msg="Package %s, version: %s <= %s" % (k[0], v, verstring))
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_wget_latest_versionstring(self):
for k, v in self.test_wget_uris.items():
self.d.setVar("PN", k[0])
self.d.setVar("UPSTREAM_CHECK_URI", k[2])
self.d.setVar("UPSTREAM_CHECK_REGEX", k[3])
ud = bb.fetch2.FetchData(k[1], self.d)
pupver = ud.method.latest_versionstring(ud, self.d)
verstring = pupver[0]
self.assertTrue(verstring, msg="Could not find upstream version for %s" % k[0])
r = bb.utils.vercmp_string(v, verstring)
self.assertTrue(r == -1 or r == 0, msg="Package %s, version: %s <= %s" % (k[0], v, verstring))
class FetchCheckStatusTest(FetcherTest):
test_wget_uris = ["http://www.cups.org/software/1.7.2/cups-1.7.2-source.tar.bz2",
"http://www.cups.org/",
"http://downloads.yoctoproject.org/releases/sato/sato-engine-0.1.tar.gz",
"http://downloads.yoctoproject.org/releases/sato/sato-engine-0.2.tar.gz",
"http://downloads.yoctoproject.org/releases/sato/sato-engine-0.3.tar.gz",
"https://yoctoproject.org/",
"https://yoctoproject.org/documentation",
"http://downloads.yoctoproject.org/releases/opkg/opkg-0.1.7.tar.gz",
"http://downloads.yoctoproject.org/releases/opkg/opkg-0.3.0.tar.gz",
"ftp://sourceware.org/pub/libffi/libffi-1.20.tar.gz",
"http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/autoconf/autoconf-2.60.tar.gz",
"https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/chess/gnuchess-5.08.tar.gz",
"https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/gmp/gmp-4.0.tar.gz",
# GitHub releases are hosted on Amazon S3, which doesn't support HEAD
"https://github.com/kergoth/tslib/releases/download/1.1/tslib-1.1.tar.xz"
]
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_wget_checkstatus(self):
fetch = bb.fetch2.Fetch(self.test_wget_uris, self.d)
for u in self.test_wget_uris:
with self.subTest(url=u):
ud = fetch.ud[u]
m = ud.method
ret = m.checkstatus(fetch, ud, self.d)
self.assertTrue(ret, msg="URI %s, can't check status" % (u))
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_wget_checkstatus_connection_cache(self):
from bb.fetch2 import FetchConnectionCache
connection_cache = FetchConnectionCache()
fetch = bb.fetch2.Fetch(self.test_wget_uris, self.d,
connection_cache = connection_cache)
for u in self.test_wget_uris:
with self.subTest(url=u):
ud = fetch.ud[u]
m = ud.method
ret = m.checkstatus(fetch, ud, self.d)
self.assertTrue(ret, msg="URI %s, can't check status" % (u))
connection_cache.close_connections()
class GitMakeShallowTest(FetcherTest):
def setUp(self):
FetcherTest.setUp(self)
self.gitdir = os.path.join(self.tempdir, 'gitshallow')
bb.utils.mkdirhier(self.gitdir)
bb.process.run('git init', cwd=self.gitdir)
def assertRefs(self, expected_refs):
actual_refs = self.git(['for-each-ref', '--format=%(refname)']).splitlines()
full_expected = self.git(['rev-parse', '--symbolic-full-name'] + expected_refs).splitlines()
self.assertEqual(sorted(full_expected), sorted(actual_refs))
def assertRevCount(self, expected_count, args=None):
if args is None:
args = ['HEAD']
revs = self.git(['rev-list'] + args)
actual_count = len(revs.splitlines())
self.assertEqual(expected_count, actual_count, msg='Object count `%d` is not the expected `%d`' % (actual_count, expected_count))
def git(self, cmd):
if isinstance(cmd, str):
cmd = 'git ' + cmd
else:
cmd = ['git'] + cmd
return bb.process.run(cmd, cwd=self.gitdir)[0]
def make_shallow(self, args=None):
if args is None:
args = ['HEAD']
return bb.process.run([bb.fetch2.git.Git.make_shallow_path] + args, cwd=self.gitdir)
def add_empty_file(self, path, msg=None):
if msg is None:
msg = path
open(os.path.join(self.gitdir, path), 'w').close()
self.git(['add', path])
self.git(['commit', '-m', msg, path])
def test_make_shallow_single_branch_no_merge(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.assertRevCount(2)
self.make_shallow()
self.assertRevCount(1)
def test_make_shallow_single_branch_one_merge(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.git('checkout -b a_branch')
self.add_empty_file('c')
self.git('checkout master')
self.add_empty_file('d')
self.git('merge --no-ff --no-edit a_branch')
self.git('branch -d a_branch')
self.add_empty_file('e')
self.assertRevCount(6)
self.make_shallow(['HEAD~2'])
self.assertRevCount(5)
def test_make_shallow_at_merge(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.git('checkout -b a_branch')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.git('checkout master')
self.git('merge --no-ff --no-edit a_branch')
self.git('branch -d a_branch')
self.assertRevCount(3)
self.make_shallow()
self.assertRevCount(1)
def test_make_shallow_annotated_tag(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.git('tag -a -m a_tag a_tag')
self.assertRevCount(2)
self.make_shallow(['a_tag'])
self.assertRevCount(1)
def test_make_shallow_multi_ref(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.git('checkout -b a_branch')
self.add_empty_file('c')
self.git('checkout master')
self.add_empty_file('d')
self.git('checkout -b a_branch_2')
self.add_empty_file('a_tag')
self.git('tag a_tag')
self.git('checkout master')
self.git('branch -D a_branch_2')
self.add_empty_file('e')
self.assertRevCount(6, ['--all'])
self.make_shallow()
self.assertRevCount(5, ['--all'])
def test_make_shallow_multi_ref_trim(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.git('checkout -b a_branch')
self.add_empty_file('c')
self.git('checkout master')
self.assertRevCount(1)
self.assertRevCount(2, ['--all'])
self.assertRefs(['master', 'a_branch'])
self.make_shallow(['-r', 'master', 'HEAD'])
self.assertRevCount(1, ['--all'])
self.assertRefs(['master'])
def test_make_shallow_noop(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.assertRevCount(1)
self.make_shallow()
self.assertRevCount(1)
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_make_shallow_bitbake(self):
self.git('remote add origin https://github.com/openembedded/bitbake')
self.git('fetch --tags origin')
orig_revs = len(self.git('rev-list --all').splitlines())
self.make_shallow(['refs/tags/1.10.0'])
self.assertRevCount(orig_revs - 1746, ['--all'])
class GitShallowTest(FetcherTest):
def setUp(self):
FetcherTest.setUp(self)
self.gitdir = os.path.join(self.tempdir, 'git')
self.srcdir = os.path.join(self.tempdir, 'gitsource')
bb.utils.mkdirhier(self.srcdir)
self.git('init', cwd=self.srcdir)
self.d.setVar('WORKDIR', self.tempdir)
self.d.setVar('S', self.gitdir)
self.d.delVar('PREMIRRORS')
self.d.delVar('MIRRORS')
uri = 'git://%s;protocol=file;subdir=${S}' % self.srcdir
self.d.setVar('SRC_URI', uri)
self.d.setVar('SRCREV', '${AUTOREV}')
self.d.setVar('AUTOREV', '${@bb.fetch2.get_autorev(d)}')
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW', '1')
self.d.setVar('BB_GENERATE_MIRROR_TARBALLS', '0')
self.d.setVar('BB_GENERATE_SHALLOW_TARBALLS', '1')
def assertRefs(self, expected_refs, cwd=None):
if cwd is None:
cwd = self.gitdir
actual_refs = self.git(['for-each-ref', '--format=%(refname)'], cwd=cwd).splitlines()
full_expected = self.git(['rev-parse', '--symbolic-full-name'] + expected_refs, cwd=cwd).splitlines()
self.assertEqual(sorted(set(full_expected)), sorted(set(actual_refs)))
def assertRevCount(self, expected_count, args=None, cwd=None):
if args is None:
args = ['HEAD']
if cwd is None:
cwd = self.gitdir
revs = self.git(['rev-list'] + args, cwd=cwd)
actual_count = len(revs.splitlines())
self.assertEqual(expected_count, actual_count, msg='Object count `%d` is not the expected `%d`' % (actual_count, expected_count))
def git(self, cmd, cwd=None):
if isinstance(cmd, str):
cmd = 'git ' + cmd
else:
cmd = ['git'] + cmd
if cwd is None:
cwd = self.gitdir
return bb.process.run(cmd, cwd=cwd)[0]
def add_empty_file(self, path, cwd=None, msg=None):
if msg is None:
msg = path
if cwd is None:
cwd = self.srcdir
open(os.path.join(cwd, path), 'w').close()
self.git(['add', path], cwd)
self.git(['commit', '-m', msg, path], cwd)
def fetch(self, uri=None):
if uri is None:
uris = self.d.getVar('SRC_URI', True).split()
uri = uris[0]
d = self.d
else:
d = self.d.createCopy()
d.setVar('SRC_URI', uri)
uri = d.expand(uri)
uris = [uri]
fetcher = bb.fetch2.Fetch(uris, d)
fetcher.download()
ud = fetcher.ud[uri]
return fetcher, ud
def fetch_and_unpack(self, uri=None):
fetcher, ud = self.fetch(uri)
fetcher.unpack(self.d.getVar('WORKDIR'))
assert os.path.exists(self.d.getVar('S'))
return fetcher, ud
def fetch_shallow(self, uri=None, disabled=False, keepclone=False):
"""Fetch a uri, generating a shallow tarball, then unpack using it"""
fetcher, ud = self.fetch_and_unpack(uri)
assert os.path.exists(ud.clonedir), 'Git clone in DLDIR (%s) does not exist for uri %s' % (ud.clonedir, uri)
# Confirm that the unpacked repo is unshallow
if not disabled:
assert os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.dldir, ud.mirrortarballs[0]))
# fetch and unpack, from the shallow tarball
bb.utils.remove(self.gitdir, recurse=True)
bb.utils.remove(ud.clonedir, recurse=True)
bb.utils.remove(ud.clonedir.replace('gitsource', 'gitsubmodule'), recurse=True)
# confirm that the unpacked repo is used when no git clone or git
# mirror tarball is available
fetcher, ud = self.fetch_and_unpack(uri)
if not disabled:
assert os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.gitdir, '.git', 'shallow')), 'Unpacked git repository at %s is not shallow' % self.gitdir
else:
assert not os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.gitdir, '.git', 'shallow')), 'Unpacked git repository at %s is shallow' % self.gitdir
return fetcher, ud
def test_shallow_disabled(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.assertRevCount(2, cwd=self.srcdir)
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW', '0')
self.fetch_shallow(disabled=True)
self.assertRevCount(2)
def test_shallow_nobranch(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.assertRevCount(2, cwd=self.srcdir)
srcrev = self.git('rev-parse HEAD', cwd=self.srcdir).strip()
self.d.setVar('SRCREV', srcrev)
uri = self.d.getVar('SRC_URI', True).split()[0]
uri = '%s;nobranch=1;bare=1' % uri
self.fetch_shallow(uri)
self.assertRevCount(1)
# shallow refs are used to ensure the srcrev sticks around when we
# have no other branches referencing it
self.assertRefs(['refs/shallow/default'])
def test_shallow_default_depth_1(self):
# Create initial git repo
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.assertRevCount(2, cwd=self.srcdir)
self.fetch_shallow()
self.assertRevCount(1)
def test_shallow_depth_0_disables(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.assertRevCount(2, cwd=self.srcdir)
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW_DEPTH', '0')
self.fetch_shallow(disabled=True)
self.assertRevCount(2)
def test_shallow_depth_default_override(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.assertRevCount(2, cwd=self.srcdir)
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW_DEPTH', '2')
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW_DEPTH_default', '1')
self.fetch_shallow()
self.assertRevCount(1)
def test_shallow_depth_default_override_disable(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.add_empty_file('c')
self.assertRevCount(3, cwd=self.srcdir)
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW_DEPTH', '0')
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW_DEPTH_default', '2')
self.fetch_shallow()
self.assertRevCount(2)
def test_current_shallow_out_of_date_clone(self):
# Create initial git repo
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.add_empty_file('c')
self.assertRevCount(3, cwd=self.srcdir)
# Clone and generate mirror tarball
fetcher, ud = self.fetch()
# Ensure we have a current mirror tarball, but an out of date clone
self.git('update-ref refs/heads/master refs/heads/master~1', cwd=ud.clonedir)
self.assertRevCount(2, cwd=ud.clonedir)
# Fetch and unpack, from the current tarball, not the out of date clone
bb.utils.remove(self.gitdir, recurse=True)
fetcher, ud = self.fetch()
fetcher.unpack(self.d.getVar('WORKDIR'))
self.assertRevCount(1)
def test_shallow_single_branch_no_merge(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.assertRevCount(2, cwd=self.srcdir)
self.fetch_shallow()
self.assertRevCount(1)
assert os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.gitdir, 'a'))
assert os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.gitdir, 'b'))
def test_shallow_no_dangling(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.assertRevCount(2, cwd=self.srcdir)
self.fetch_shallow()
self.assertRevCount(1)
assert not self.git('fsck --dangling')
def test_shallow_srcrev_branch_truncation(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
b_commit = self.git('rev-parse HEAD', cwd=self.srcdir).rstrip()
self.add_empty_file('c')
self.assertRevCount(3, cwd=self.srcdir)
self.d.setVar('SRCREV', b_commit)
self.fetch_shallow()
# The 'c' commit was removed entirely, and 'a' was removed from history
self.assertRevCount(1, ['--all'])
self.assertEqual(self.git('rev-parse HEAD').strip(), b_commit)
assert os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.gitdir, 'a'))
assert os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.gitdir, 'b'))
assert not os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.gitdir, 'c'))
def test_shallow_ref_pruning(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.git('branch a_branch', cwd=self.srcdir)
self.assertRefs(['master', 'a_branch'], cwd=self.srcdir)
self.assertRevCount(2, cwd=self.srcdir)
self.fetch_shallow()
self.assertRefs(['master', 'origin/master'])
self.assertRevCount(1)
def test_shallow_submodules(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
smdir = os.path.join(self.tempdir, 'gitsubmodule')
bb.utils.mkdirhier(smdir)
self.git('init', cwd=smdir)
# Make this look like it was cloned from a remote...
self.git('config --add remote.origin.url "%s"' % smdir, cwd=smdir)
self.git('config --add remote.origin.fetch "+refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/*"', cwd=smdir)
self.add_empty_file('asub', cwd=smdir)
self.add_empty_file('bsub', cwd=smdir)
self.git('submodule init', cwd=self.srcdir)
self.git('submodule add file://%s' % smdir, cwd=self.srcdir)
self.git('submodule update', cwd=self.srcdir)
self.git('commit -m submodule -a', cwd=self.srcdir)
uri = 'gitsm://%s;protocol=file;subdir=${S}' % self.srcdir
fetcher, ud = self.fetch_shallow(uri)
# Verify the main repository is shallow
self.assertRevCount(1)
# Verify the gitsubmodule directory is present
assert os.listdir(os.path.join(self.gitdir, 'gitsubmodule'))
# Verify the submodule is also shallow
self.assertRevCount(1, cwd=os.path.join(self.gitdir, 'gitsubmodule'))
if any(os.path.exists(os.path.join(p, 'git-annex')) for p in os.environ.get('PATH').split(':')):
def test_shallow_annex(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.git('annex init', cwd=self.srcdir)
open(os.path.join(self.srcdir, 'c'), 'w').close()
self.git('annex add c', cwd=self.srcdir)
self.git('commit -m annex-c -a', cwd=self.srcdir)
bb.process.run('chmod u+w -R %s' % os.path.join(self.srcdir, '.git', 'annex'))
uri = 'gitannex://%s;protocol=file;subdir=${S}' % self.srcdir
fetcher, ud = self.fetch_shallow(uri)
self.assertRevCount(1)
assert './.git/annex/' in bb.process.run('tar -tzf %s' % os.path.join(self.dldir, ud.mirrortarballs[0]))[0]
assert os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.gitdir, 'c'))
def test_shallow_multi_one_uri(self):
# Create initial git repo
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.git('checkout -b a_branch', cwd=self.srcdir)
self.add_empty_file('c')
self.add_empty_file('d')
self.git('checkout master', cwd=self.srcdir)
self.git('tag v0.0 a_branch', cwd=self.srcdir)
self.add_empty_file('e')
self.git('merge --no-ff --no-edit a_branch', cwd=self.srcdir)
self.add_empty_file('f')
self.assertRevCount(7, cwd=self.srcdir)
uri = self.d.getVar('SRC_URI', True).split()[0]
uri = '%s;branch=master,a_branch;name=master,a_branch' % uri
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW_DEPTH', '0')
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW_REVS', 'v0.0')
self.d.setVar('SRCREV_master', '${AUTOREV}')
self.d.setVar('SRCREV_a_branch', '${AUTOREV}')
self.fetch_shallow(uri)
self.assertRevCount(5)
self.assertRefs(['master', 'origin/master', 'origin/a_branch'])
def test_shallow_multi_one_uri_depths(self):
# Create initial git repo
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.git('checkout -b a_branch', cwd=self.srcdir)
self.add_empty_file('c')
self.add_empty_file('d')
self.git('checkout master', cwd=self.srcdir)
self.add_empty_file('e')
self.git('merge --no-ff --no-edit a_branch', cwd=self.srcdir)
self.add_empty_file('f')
self.assertRevCount(7, cwd=self.srcdir)
uri = self.d.getVar('SRC_URI', True).split()[0]
uri = '%s;branch=master,a_branch;name=master,a_branch' % uri
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW_DEPTH', '0')
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW_DEPTH_master', '3')
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW_DEPTH_a_branch', '1')
self.d.setVar('SRCREV_master', '${AUTOREV}')
self.d.setVar('SRCREV_a_branch', '${AUTOREV}')
self.fetch_shallow(uri)
self.assertRevCount(4, ['--all'])
self.assertRefs(['master', 'origin/master', 'origin/a_branch'])
def test_shallow_clone_preferred_over_shallow(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
# Fetch once to generate the shallow tarball
fetcher, ud = self.fetch()
assert os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.dldir, ud.mirrortarballs[0]))
# Fetch and unpack with both the clonedir and shallow tarball available
bb.utils.remove(self.gitdir, recurse=True)
fetcher, ud = self.fetch_and_unpack()
# The unpacked tree should *not* be shallow
self.assertRevCount(2)
assert not os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.gitdir, '.git', 'shallow'))
def test_shallow_mirrors(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
# Fetch once to generate the shallow tarball
fetcher, ud = self.fetch()
mirrortarball = ud.mirrortarballs[0]
assert os.path.exists(os.path.join(self.dldir, mirrortarball))
# Set up the mirror
mirrordir = os.path.join(self.tempdir, 'mirror')
bb.utils.mkdirhier(mirrordir)
self.d.setVar('PREMIRRORS', 'git://.*/.* file://%s/\n' % mirrordir)
os.rename(os.path.join(self.dldir, mirrortarball),
os.path.join(mirrordir, mirrortarball))
# Fetch from the mirror
bb.utils.remove(self.dldir, recurse=True)
bb.utils.remove(self.gitdir, recurse=True)
self.fetch_and_unpack()
self.assertRevCount(1)
def test_shallow_invalid_depth(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW_DEPTH', '-12')
with self.assertRaises(bb.fetch2.FetchError):
self.fetch()
def test_shallow_invalid_depth_default(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW_DEPTH_default', '-12')
with self.assertRaises(bb.fetch2.FetchError):
self.fetch()
def test_shallow_extra_refs(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.git('branch a_branch', cwd=self.srcdir)
self.assertRefs(['master', 'a_branch'], cwd=self.srcdir)
self.assertRevCount(2, cwd=self.srcdir)
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW_EXTRA_REFS', 'refs/heads/a_branch')
self.fetch_shallow()
self.assertRefs(['master', 'origin/master', 'origin/a_branch'])
self.assertRevCount(1)
def test_shallow_extra_refs_wildcard(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.git('branch a_branch', cwd=self.srcdir)
self.git('tag v1.0', cwd=self.srcdir)
self.assertRefs(['master', 'a_branch', 'v1.0'], cwd=self.srcdir)
self.assertRevCount(2, cwd=self.srcdir)
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW_EXTRA_REFS', 'refs/tags/*')
self.fetch_shallow()
self.assertRefs(['master', 'origin/master', 'v1.0'])
self.assertRevCount(1)
def test_shallow_missing_extra_refs(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW_EXTRA_REFS', 'refs/heads/foo')
with self.assertRaises(bb.fetch2.FetchError):
self.fetch()
def test_shallow_missing_extra_refs_wildcard(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW_EXTRA_REFS', 'refs/tags/*')
self.fetch()
def test_shallow_remove_revs(self):
# Create initial git repo
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.git('checkout -b a_branch', cwd=self.srcdir)
self.add_empty_file('c')
self.add_empty_file('d')
self.git('checkout master', cwd=self.srcdir)
self.git('tag v0.0 a_branch', cwd=self.srcdir)
self.add_empty_file('e')
self.git('merge --no-ff --no-edit a_branch', cwd=self.srcdir)
self.git('branch -d a_branch', cwd=self.srcdir)
self.add_empty_file('f')
self.assertRevCount(7, cwd=self.srcdir)
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW_DEPTH', '0')
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW_REVS', 'v0.0')
self.fetch_shallow()
self.assertRevCount(5)
def test_shallow_invalid_revs(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
self.add_empty_file('b')
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW_DEPTH', '0')
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW_REVS', 'v0.0')
with self.assertRaises(bb.fetch2.FetchError):
self.fetch()
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_bitbake(self):
self.git('remote add --mirror=fetch origin git://github.com/openembedded/bitbake', cwd=self.srcdir)
self.git('config core.bare true', cwd=self.srcdir)
self.git('fetch', cwd=self.srcdir)
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW_DEPTH', '0')
# Note that the 1.10.0 tag is annotated, so this also tests
# reference of an annotated vs unannotated tag
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW_REVS', '1.10.0')
self.fetch_shallow()
# Confirm that the history of 1.10.0 was removed
orig_revs = len(self.git('rev-list master', cwd=self.srcdir).splitlines())
revs = len(self.git('rev-list master').splitlines())
self.assertNotEqual(orig_revs, revs)
self.assertRefs(['master', 'origin/master'])
self.assertRevCount(orig_revs - 1758)
def test_that_unpack_throws_an_error_when_the_git_clone_nor_shallow_tarball_exist(self):
self.add_empty_file('a')
fetcher, ud = self.fetch()
bb.utils.remove(self.gitdir, recurse=True)
bb.utils.remove(self.dldir, recurse=True)
with self.assertRaises(bb.fetch2.UnpackError) as context:
fetcher.unpack(self.d.getVar('WORKDIR'))
self.assertIn("No up to date source found", context.exception.msg)
self.assertIn("clone directory not available or not up to date", context.exception.msg)
@skipIfNoNetwork()
def test_that_unpack_does_work_when_using_git_shallow_tarball_but_tarball_is_not_available(self):
self.d.setVar('SRCREV', 'e5939ff608b95cdd4d0ab0e1935781ab9a276ac0')
self.d.setVar('BB_GIT_SHALLOW', '1')
self.d.setVar('BB_GENERATE_SHALLOW_TARBALLS', '1')
fetcher = bb.fetch.Fetch(["git://git.yoctoproject.org/fstests"], self.d)
fetcher.download()
bb.utils.remove(self.dldir + "/*.tar.gz")
fetcher.unpack(self.unpackdir)
dir = os.listdir(self.unpackdir + "/git/")
self.assertIn("fstests.doap", dir)