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#!perl
# Copyright (C) 2001-2014, Parrot Foundation.
use strict;
use warnings;
use lib qw( lib );
use Getopt::Std;
# need runtests from T::H, but avoid running all our parrot invocations with -w
use Test::Harness ();
undef $Test::Harness::Switches;
use Parrot::Harness::DefaultTests qw(
get_common_tests
@developing_tests
);
use Parrot::Harness::Options qw(
handle_long_options
get_test_prog_args
Usage
);
use Parrot::Harness::Smoke qw(
generate_html_smoke_report
send_archive_to_smolder
collect_test_environment_data
);
local @ARGV = @ARGV;
(my $longopts, @ARGV) = handle_long_options(@ARGV);
# Suck the short options into the TEST_PROG_ARGS
# environmental variable.
my %opts;
getopts('wgGjPCSefbvdr?hO:D:', \%opts);
if ($opts{'?'} || $opts{h} || $longopts->{help}) {
Usage();
exit;
}
# add -D40; merge it with any existing -D argument
$opts{D} = sprintf( '%x', hex(40) | (exists $opts{D} ? hex($opts{D}) : 0));
my $args = get_test_prog_args(
\%opts, $longopts->{gc_debug}, $longopts->{run_exec}
);
$ENV{TEST_PROG_ARGS} .= $args;
my @tests;
if ($longopts->{code}) {
@tests = @developing_tests;
}
else {
@tests = map { glob($_) } (@ARGV
? @ARGV
: get_common_tests( $longopts )
);
}
my $harness;
if ($longopts->{archive}) {
eval { require TAP::Harness::Archive };
if ($@) {
die "\n" . ('-' x 55) . "\nCould not load TAP::Harness::Archive."
. "\nPlease install it if you want to create TAP archives.\n"
. ('-' x 55) . "\n\n$@\n";
}
# for extra_properties we need TAP::Harness::Archive >= .10
if ($TAP::Harness::Archive::VERSION < .10) {
die "\n" . ('-' x 55) . "\nWe need TAP::Harness::Archive >= .10."
. "\nPlease install it if you want to create TAP archives.\n"
. ('-' x 55) . "\n";
}
my %env_data = collect_test_environment_data();
$harness = TAP::Harness::Archive->new(
{
verbosity => $ENV{HARNESS_VERBOSE},
archive => 't/archive/parrot_test_run.tar.gz',
merge => 1,
extra_properties => \%env_data,
extra_files => [ 'myconfig', 'config_lib.pir' ],
jobs => $ENV{TEST_JOBS} || 1,
}
);
my $results = $harness->runtests(@tests);
# smolder was too unstable to accept most reports, Fixed with GH #1078
eval { send_archive_to_smolder(%env_data); } if $longopts->{send_to_smolder};
warn $@ if $@;
exit ( $results->all_passed() ? 0 : 1 );
}
elsif ($longopts->{html}) {
generate_html_smoke_report(
{
tests => \@tests,
args => $args,
file => 'smoke.html',
}
);
}
else {
eval { require TAP::Harness };
if ($@) {
Test::Harness::runtests(@tests);
exit;
}
else {
$harness = TAP::Harness->new({
verbosity => $ENV{HARNESS_VERBOSE},
merge => 0,
jobs => $ENV{TEST_JOBS} || 1,
directives => 1,
timer => $ENV{HARNESS_TIMER} || 0,
});
}
my $results = $harness->runtests(@tests);
exit ( $results->all_passed() ? 0 : 1 );
}
=head1 NAME
t/harness - Parrot Test Harness
=head1 SYNOPSIS
% perl t/harness [options] [testfiles]
=head1 DESCRIPTION
This is the Parrot Test Harness.
=head2 Command-line Options - Short:
The short command line options are:
=over 4
=item C<-w>
Turn warnings on.
=item C<-G>
Run the C<GCDebug> core.
=item C<-j>
Alias for running with the fast core.
=item C<-b>
Run bounds checking enabled.
=item C<-d>
Run with debugging enabled.
=item C<-f>
Run fast core.
=item C<-r>
compile to Parrot bytecode and then run the bytecode.
=item C<-O[012p]>
Run optimized to the specified level.
=item C<-D[number]>
Pass the specified debug bits to the parrot interpreter. Note that
C<-D40> (fill I, N registers with garbage) is always enabled.
See 'parrot --help-debug' for available flags.
=back
=head2 Command-Line Options: Long
There are also long command line options:
=over 4
=item C<--gc-debug>
Invoke parrot with '--gc-debug'.
=item C<--html>
Emit a C<smoke.html> file instead of displaying results.
=item C<--code-tests>
Run only the file metadata and basic coding standards tests.
=back
=head2 Impact of Environmental Variables
You may set the following environmental variables to positive integer values
to get more verbose output, to run tests in parallel, or to get clock times in
your standard output.
HARNESS_VERBOSE
TEST_JOBS
HARNESS_TIMER
TEST_PROG_ARGS
If C<TEST_PROG_ARGS> is set, it needs an ending space, as the other parrot
args are added to this. E.g.
C<TEST_PROG_ARGS='--gc-nursery-size=0.01 ' perl t/harness --gc-debug t/pmc/coroutine.t>
=cut
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