Commit 2bd7d712 authored by Povilas Kanapickas's avatar Povilas Kanapickas
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gtest: Upgrade to 1.8.1

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......@@ -79,6 +79,7 @@ AC_CONFIG_FILES([Makefile
aclocal/Makefile
gtest/Makefile
gtest/include/Makefile
gtest/src/Makefile
data/Makefile
doc/Doxyfile
doc/Makefile
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# SOFTWARE.
#
SUBDIRS = include
SUBDIRS = include src
# install a copy at old paths for backwards compatibility.
srcinstalldir = $(prefix)/src/xorg-gtest/src/gtest
dist_srcinstall_DATA = src/gtest-all.cc src/gtest_main.cc
dist_srcinstall_DATA = \
src/gtest-all.cc \
src/gtest_main.cc
Source and header files in this directory are part of googletest.
http://code.google.com/p/googletest/
https://github.com/google/googletest
Originally imported from gtest-1.6.0.zip/fused-src
md5: 4577b49f2973c90bf9ba69aa8166b786 gtest-1.6.0.zip
Originally imported from googletest-release-1.8.1.zip/googletest
md5: ad6868782b5952b7476a7c1c72d5a714 googletest-release-1.8.1.zip
DO NOT MODIFY any code files. If fixes to googletest are needed, fix it
upstream, then import upstream.
......@@ -22,4 +22,29 @@
# SOFTWARE.
#
nobase_include_HEADERS = gtest/gtest.h gtest/gtest-spi.h
nobase_include_HEADERS = \
gtest/gtest.h \
gtest/internal/gtest-filepath.h \
gtest/internal/gtest-port-arch.h \
gtest/internal/gtest-param-util-generated.h \
gtest/internal/custom/gtest.h \
gtest/internal/custom/gtest-port.h \
gtest/internal/custom/gtest-printers.h \
gtest/internal/gtest-death-test-internal.h \
gtest/internal/gtest-linked_ptr.h \
gtest/internal/gtest-string.h \
gtest/internal/gtest-port.h \
gtest/internal/gtest-param-util.h \
gtest/internal/gtest-tuple.h \
gtest/internal/gtest-internal.h \
gtest/internal/gtest-type-util.h \
gtest/gtest-test-part.h \
gtest/gtest-message.h \
gtest/gtest-typed-test.h \
gtest/gtest-printers.h \
gtest/gtest-spi.h \
gtest/gtest-death-test.h \
gtest/gtest-param-test.h \
gtest/gtest_prod.h \
gtest/gtest_pred_impl.h
// Copyright 2005, Google Inc.
// All rights reserved.
//
// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
// met:
//
// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
// distribution.
// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
// this software without specific prior written permission.
//
// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
//
// The Google C++ Testing and Mocking Framework (Google Test)
//
// This header file defines the public API for death tests. It is
// #included by gtest.h so a user doesn't need to include this
// directly.
// GOOGLETEST_CM0001 DO NOT DELETE
#ifndef GTEST_INCLUDE_GTEST_GTEST_DEATH_TEST_H_
#define GTEST_INCLUDE_GTEST_GTEST_DEATH_TEST_H_
#include "gtest/internal/gtest-death-test-internal.h"
namespace testing {
// This flag controls the style of death tests. Valid values are "threadsafe",
// meaning that the death test child process will re-execute the test binary
// from the start, running only a single death test, or "fast",
// meaning that the child process will execute the test logic immediately
// after forking.
GTEST_DECLARE_string_(death_test_style);
#if GTEST_HAS_DEATH_TEST
namespace internal {
// Returns a Boolean value indicating whether the caller is currently
// executing in the context of the death test child process. Tools such as
// Valgrind heap checkers may need this to modify their behavior in death
// tests. IMPORTANT: This is an internal utility. Using it may break the
// implementation of death tests. User code MUST NOT use it.
GTEST_API_ bool InDeathTestChild();
} // namespace internal
// The following macros are useful for writing death tests.
// Here's what happens when an ASSERT_DEATH* or EXPECT_DEATH* is
// executed:
//
// 1. It generates a warning if there is more than one active
// thread. This is because it's safe to fork() or clone() only
// when there is a single thread.
//
// 2. The parent process clone()s a sub-process and runs the death
// test in it; the sub-process exits with code 0 at the end of the
// death test, if it hasn't exited already.
//
// 3. The parent process waits for the sub-process to terminate.
//
// 4. The parent process checks the exit code and error message of
// the sub-process.
//
// Examples:
//
// ASSERT_DEATH(server.SendMessage(56, "Hello"), "Invalid port number");
// for (int i = 0; i < 5; i++) {
// EXPECT_DEATH(server.ProcessRequest(i),
// "Invalid request .* in ProcessRequest()")
// << "Failed to die on request " << i;
// }
//
// ASSERT_EXIT(server.ExitNow(), ::testing::ExitedWithCode(0), "Exiting");
//
// bool KilledBySIGHUP(int exit_code) {
// return WIFSIGNALED(exit_code) && WTERMSIG(exit_code) == SIGHUP;
// }
//
// ASSERT_EXIT(client.HangUpServer(), KilledBySIGHUP, "Hanging up!");
//
// On the regular expressions used in death tests:
//
// GOOGLETEST_CM0005 DO NOT DELETE
// On POSIX-compliant systems (*nix), we use the <regex.h> library,
// which uses the POSIX extended regex syntax.
//
// On other platforms (e.g. Windows or Mac), we only support a simple regex
// syntax implemented as part of Google Test. This limited
// implementation should be enough most of the time when writing
// death tests; though it lacks many features you can find in PCRE
// or POSIX extended regex syntax. For example, we don't support
// union ("x|y"), grouping ("(xy)"), brackets ("[xy]"), and
// repetition count ("x{5,7}"), among others.
//
// Below is the syntax that we do support. We chose it to be a
// subset of both PCRE and POSIX extended regex, so it's easy to
// learn wherever you come from. In the following: 'A' denotes a
// literal character, period (.), or a single \\ escape sequence;
// 'x' and 'y' denote regular expressions; 'm' and 'n' are for
// natural numbers.
//
// c matches any literal character c
// \\d matches any decimal digit
// \\D matches any character that's not a decimal digit
// \\f matches \f
// \\n matches \n
// \\r matches \r
// \\s matches any ASCII whitespace, including \n
// \\S matches any character that's not a whitespace
// \\t matches \t
// \\v matches \v
// \\w matches any letter, _, or decimal digit
// \\W matches any character that \\w doesn't match
// \\c matches any literal character c, which must be a punctuation
// . matches any single character except \n
// A? matches 0 or 1 occurrences of A
// A* matches 0 or many occurrences of A
// A+ matches 1 or many occurrences of A
// ^ matches the beginning of a string (not that of each line)
// $ matches the end of a string (not that of each line)
// xy matches x followed by y
//
// If you accidentally use PCRE or POSIX extended regex features
// not implemented by us, you will get a run-time failure. In that
// case, please try to rewrite your regular expression within the
// above syntax.
//
// This implementation is *not* meant to be as highly tuned or robust
// as a compiled regex library, but should perform well enough for a
// death test, which already incurs significant overhead by launching
// a child process.
//
// Known caveats:
//
// A "threadsafe" style death test obtains the path to the test
// program from argv[0] and re-executes it in the sub-process. For
// simplicity, the current implementation doesn't search the PATH
// when launching the sub-process. This means that the user must
// invoke the test program via a path that contains at least one
// path separator (e.g. path/to/foo_test and
// /absolute/path/to/bar_test are fine, but foo_test is not). This
// is rarely a problem as people usually don't put the test binary
// directory in PATH.
//
// FIXME: make thread-safe death tests search the PATH.
// Asserts that a given statement causes the program to exit, with an
// integer exit status that satisfies predicate, and emitting error output
// that matches regex.
# define ASSERT_EXIT(statement, predicate, regex) \
GTEST_DEATH_TEST_(statement, predicate, regex, GTEST_FATAL_FAILURE_)
// Like ASSERT_EXIT, but continues on to successive tests in the
// test case, if any:
# define EXPECT_EXIT(statement, predicate, regex) \
GTEST_DEATH_TEST_(statement, predicate, regex, GTEST_NONFATAL_FAILURE_)
// Asserts that a given statement causes the program to exit, either by
// explicitly exiting with a nonzero exit code or being killed by a
// signal, and emitting error output that matches regex.
# define ASSERT_DEATH(statement, regex) \
ASSERT_EXIT(statement, ::testing::internal::ExitedUnsuccessfully, regex)
// Like ASSERT_DEATH, but continues on to successive tests in the
// test case, if any:
# define EXPECT_DEATH(statement, regex) \
EXPECT_EXIT(statement, ::testing::internal::ExitedUnsuccessfully, regex)
// Two predicate classes that can be used in {ASSERT,EXPECT}_EXIT*:
// Tests that an exit code describes a normal exit with a given exit code.
class GTEST_API_ ExitedWithCode {
public:
explicit ExitedWithCode(int exit_code);
bool operator()(int exit_status) const;
private:
// No implementation - assignment is unsupported.
void operator=(const ExitedWithCode& other);
const int exit_code_;
};
# if !GTEST_OS_WINDOWS && !GTEST_OS_FUCHSIA
// Tests that an exit code describes an exit due to termination by a
// given signal.
// GOOGLETEST_CM0006 DO NOT DELETE
class GTEST_API_ KilledBySignal {
public:
explicit KilledBySignal(int signum);
bool operator()(int exit_status) const;
private:
const int signum_;
};
# endif // !GTEST_OS_WINDOWS
// EXPECT_DEBUG_DEATH asserts that the given statements die in debug mode.
// The death testing framework causes this to have interesting semantics,
// since the sideeffects of the call are only visible in opt mode, and not
// in debug mode.
//
// In practice, this can be used to test functions that utilize the
// LOG(DFATAL) macro using the following style:
//
// int DieInDebugOr12(int* sideeffect) {
// if (sideeffect) {
// *sideeffect = 12;
// }
// LOG(DFATAL) << "death";
// return 12;
// }
//
// TEST(TestCase, TestDieOr12WorksInDgbAndOpt) {
// int sideeffect = 0;
// // Only asserts in dbg.
// EXPECT_DEBUG_DEATH(DieInDebugOr12(&sideeffect), "death");
//
// #ifdef NDEBUG
// // opt-mode has sideeffect visible.
// EXPECT_EQ(12, sideeffect);
// #else
// // dbg-mode no visible sideeffect.
// EXPECT_EQ(0, sideeffect);
// #endif
// }
//
// This will assert that DieInDebugReturn12InOpt() crashes in debug
// mode, usually due to a DCHECK or LOG(DFATAL), but returns the
// appropriate fallback value (12 in this case) in opt mode. If you
// need to test that a function has appropriate side-effects in opt
// mode, include assertions against the side-effects. A general
// pattern for this is:
//
// EXPECT_DEBUG_DEATH({
// // Side-effects here will have an effect after this statement in
// // opt mode, but none in debug mode.
// EXPECT_EQ(12, DieInDebugOr12(&sideeffect));
// }, "death");
//
# ifdef NDEBUG
# define EXPECT_DEBUG_DEATH(statement, regex) \
GTEST_EXECUTE_STATEMENT_(statement, regex)
# define ASSERT_DEBUG_DEATH(statement, regex) \
GTEST_EXECUTE_STATEMENT_(statement, regex)
# else
# define EXPECT_DEBUG_DEATH(statement, regex) \
EXPECT_DEATH(statement, regex)
# define ASSERT_DEBUG_DEATH(statement, regex) \
ASSERT_DEATH(statement, regex)
# endif // NDEBUG for EXPECT_DEBUG_DEATH
#endif // GTEST_HAS_DEATH_TEST
// This macro is used for implementing macros such as
// EXPECT_DEATH_IF_SUPPORTED and ASSERT_DEATH_IF_SUPPORTED on systems where
// death tests are not supported. Those macros must compile on such systems
// iff EXPECT_DEATH and ASSERT_DEATH compile with the same parameters on
// systems that support death tests. This allows one to write such a macro
// on a system that does not support death tests and be sure that it will
// compile on a death-test supporting system. It is exposed publicly so that
// systems that have death-tests with stricter requirements than
// GTEST_HAS_DEATH_TEST can write their own equivalent of
// EXPECT_DEATH_IF_SUPPORTED and ASSERT_DEATH_IF_SUPPORTED.
//
// Parameters:
// statement - A statement that a macro such as EXPECT_DEATH would test
// for program termination. This macro has to make sure this
// statement is compiled but not executed, to ensure that
// EXPECT_DEATH_IF_SUPPORTED compiles with a certain
// parameter iff EXPECT_DEATH compiles with it.
// regex - A regex that a macro such as EXPECT_DEATH would use to test
// the output of statement. This parameter has to be
// compiled but not evaluated by this macro, to ensure that
// this macro only accepts expressions that a macro such as
// EXPECT_DEATH would accept.
// terminator - Must be an empty statement for EXPECT_DEATH_IF_SUPPORTED
// and a return statement for ASSERT_DEATH_IF_SUPPORTED.
// This ensures that ASSERT_DEATH_IF_SUPPORTED will not
// compile inside functions where ASSERT_DEATH doesn't
// compile.
//
// The branch that has an always false condition is used to ensure that
// statement and regex are compiled (and thus syntactically correct) but
// never executed. The unreachable code macro protects the terminator
// statement from generating an 'unreachable code' warning in case
// statement unconditionally returns or throws. The Message constructor at
// the end allows the syntax of streaming additional messages into the
// macro, for compilational compatibility with EXPECT_DEATH/ASSERT_DEATH.
# define GTEST_UNSUPPORTED_DEATH_TEST(statement, regex, terminator) \
GTEST_AMBIGUOUS_ELSE_BLOCKER_ \
if (::testing::internal::AlwaysTrue()) { \
GTEST_LOG_(WARNING) \
<< "Death tests are not supported on this platform.\n" \
<< "Statement '" #statement "' cannot be verified."; \
} else if (::testing::internal::AlwaysFalse()) { \
::testing::internal::RE::PartialMatch(".*", (regex)); \
GTEST_SUPPRESS_UNREACHABLE_CODE_WARNING_BELOW_(statement); \
terminator; \
} else \
::testing::Message()
// EXPECT_DEATH_IF_SUPPORTED(statement, regex) and
// ASSERT_DEATH_IF_SUPPORTED(statement, regex) expand to real death tests if
// death tests are supported; otherwise they just issue a warning. This is
// useful when you are combining death test assertions with normal test
// assertions in one test.
#if GTEST_HAS_DEATH_TEST
# define EXPECT_DEATH_IF_SUPPORTED(statement, regex) \
EXPECT_DEATH(statement, regex)
# define ASSERT_DEATH_IF_SUPPORTED(statement, regex) \
ASSERT_DEATH(statement, regex)
#else
# define EXPECT_DEATH_IF_SUPPORTED(statement, regex) \
GTEST_UNSUPPORTED_DEATH_TEST(statement, regex, )
# define ASSERT_DEATH_IF_SUPPORTED(statement, regex) \
GTEST_UNSUPPORTED_DEATH_TEST(statement, regex, return)
#endif
} // namespace testing
#endif // GTEST_INCLUDE_GTEST_GTEST_DEATH_TEST_H_
// Copyright 2005, Google Inc.
// All rights reserved.
//
// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
// met:
//
// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
// distribution.
// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
// this software without specific prior written permission.
//
// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
//
// The Google C++ Testing and Mocking Framework (Google Test)
//
// This header file defines the Message class.
//
// IMPORTANT NOTE: Due to limitation of the C++ language, we have to
// leave some internal implementation details in this header file.
// They are clearly marked by comments like this:
//
// // INTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION - DO NOT USE IN A USER PROGRAM.
//
// Such code is NOT meant to be used by a user directly, and is subject
// to CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. Therefore DO NOT DEPEND ON IT in a user
// program!
// GOOGLETEST_CM0001 DO NOT DELETE
#ifndef GTEST_INCLUDE_GTEST_GTEST_MESSAGE_H_
#define GTEST_INCLUDE_GTEST_GTEST_MESSAGE_H_
#include <limits>
#include "gtest/internal/gtest-port.h"
GTEST_DISABLE_MSC_WARNINGS_PUSH_(4251 \
/* class A needs to have dll-interface to be used by clients of class B */)
// Ensures that there is at least one operator<< in the global namespace.
// See Message& operator<<(...) below for why.
void operator<<(const testing::internal::Secret&, int);
namespace testing {
// The Message class works like an ostream repeater.
//
// Typical usage:
//
// 1. You stream a bunch of values to a Message object.
// It will remember the text in a stringstream.
// 2. Then you stream the Message object to an ostream.
// This causes the text in the Message to be streamed
// to the ostream.
//
// For example;
//
// testing::Message foo;
// foo << 1 << " != " << 2;
// std::cout << foo;
//
// will print "1 != 2".
//
// Message is not intended to be inherited from. In particular, its
// destructor is not virtual.
//
// Note that stringstream behaves differently in gcc and in MSVC. You
// can stream a NULL char pointer to it in the former, but not in the
// latter (it causes an access violation if you do). The Message
// class hides this difference by treating a NULL char pointer as
// "(null)".
class GTEST_API_ Message {
private:
// The type of basic IO manipulators (endl, ends, and flush) for
// narrow streams.
typedef std::ostream& (*BasicNarrowIoManip)(std::ostream&);
public:
// Constructs an empty Message.
Message();
// Copy constructor.
Message(const Message& msg) : ss_(new ::std::stringstream) { // NOLINT
*ss_ << msg.GetString();
}
// Constructs a Message from a C-string.
explicit Message(const char* str) : ss_(new ::std::stringstream) {
*ss_ << str;
}
#if GTEST_OS_SYMBIAN
// Streams a value (either a pointer or not) to this object.
template <typename T>
inline Message& operator <<(const T& value) {
StreamHelper(typename internal::is_pointer<T>::type(), value);
return *this;
}
#else
// Streams a non-pointer value to this object.
template <typename T>
inline Message& operator <<(const T& val) {
// Some libraries overload << for STL containers. These
// overloads are defined in the global namespace instead of ::std.
//
// C++'s symbol lookup rule (i.e. Koenig lookup) says that these
// overloads are visible in either the std namespace or the global
// namespace, but not other namespaces, including the testing
// namespace which Google Test's Message class is in.
//
// To allow STL containers (and other types that has a << operator
// defined in the global namespace) to be used in Google Test
// assertions, testing::Message must access the custom << operator
// from the global namespace. With this using declaration,
// overloads of << defined in the global namespace and those
// visible via Koenig lookup are both exposed in this function.
using ::operator <<;
*ss_ << val;
return *this;
}
// Streams a pointer value to this object.
//
// This function is an overload of the previous one. When you
// stream a pointer to a Message, this definition will be used as it
// is more specialized. (The C++ Standard, section
// [temp.func.order].) If you stream a non-pointer, then the
// previous definition will be used.
//
// The reason for this overload is that streaming a NULL pointer to
// ostream is undefined behavior. Depending on the compiler, you
// may get "0", "(nil)", "(null)", or an access violation. To
// ensure consistent result across compilers, we always treat NULL
// as "(null)".
template <typename T>
inline Message& operator <<(T* const& pointer) { // NOLINT
if (pointer == NULL) {
*ss_ << "(null)";
} else {
*ss_ << pointer;
}
return *this;
}
#endif // GTEST_OS_SYMBIAN
// Since the basic IO manipulators are overloaded for both narrow
// and wide streams, we have to provide this specialized definition
// of operator <<, even though its body is the same as the
// templatized version above. Without this definition, streaming
// endl or other basic IO manipulators to Message will confuse the
// compiler.
Message& operator <<(BasicNarrowIoManip val) {
*ss_ << val;
return *this;
}
// Instead of 1/0, we want to see true/false for bool values.
Message& operator <<(bool b) {
return *this << (b ? "true" : "false");
}
// These two overloads allow streaming a wide C string to a Message
// using the UTF-8 encoding.
Message& operator <<(const wchar_t* wide_c_str);
Message& operator <<(wchar_t* wide_c_str);
#if GTEST_HAS_STD_WSTRING
// Converts the given wide string to a narrow string using the UTF-8
// encoding, and streams the result to this Message object.
Message& operator <<(const ::std::wstring& wstr);
#endif // GTEST_HAS_STD_WSTRING
#if GTEST_HAS_GLOBAL_WSTRING
// Converts the given wide string to a narrow string using the UTF-8
// encoding, and streams the result to this Message object.
Message& operator <<(const ::wstring& wstr);
#endif // GTEST_HAS_GLOBAL_WSTRING
// Gets the text streamed to this object so far as an std::string.
// Each '\0' character in the buffer is replaced with "\\0".
//
// INTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION - DO NOT USE IN A USER PROGRAM.
std::string GetString() const;
private:
#if GTEST_OS_SYMBIAN
// These are needed as the Nokia Symbian Compiler cannot decide between
// const T& and const T* in a function template. The Nokia compiler _can_