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* Add test-in-container infrastructure.DJ Delorie2018-08-221-3/+18
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | * Makefile (testroot.pristine): New rules to initialize the test-in-container "testroot". * Makerules (all-testsuite): Add tests-container. * Rules (tests-expected): Add tests-container. (binaries-all-tests): Likewise. (tests-container): New, run these tests in the testroot container. * support/Makefile (others): Add *-container, support_paths.c, xmkdirp, and links-dso-program. * support/links-dso-program-c.c: New. * support/links-dso-program.cc: New. * support/test-container.c: New. * support/shell-container.c: New. * support/echo-container.c: New. * support/true-container.c: New. * support/xmkdirp.c: New. * support/xsymlink.c: New. * support/support_paths.c: New. * support/support.h: Add support paths prototypes. * support/xunistd.h: Add xmkdirp () and xsymlink (). * nss/tst-nss-test3.c: Convert to test-in-container. * nss/tst-nss-test3.root/: New.
* Update copyright dates with scripts/update-copyrights.Joseph Myers2018-01-011-1/+1
| | | | | | | * All files with FSF copyright notices: Update copyright dates using scripts/update-copyrights. * locale/programs/charmap-kw.h: Regenerated. * locale/programs/locfile-kw.h: Likewise.
* Suppress internal declarations for most of the testsuite.Zack Weinberg2017-05-111-8/+10
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | This patch adds a new build module called 'testsuite'. IS_IN (testsuite) implies _ISOMAC, as do IS_IN_build and __cplusplus (which means several ad-hoc tests for __cplusplus can go away). libc-symbols.h now suppresses almost all of *itself* when _ISOMAC is defined; in particular, _ISOMAC mode does not get config.h automatically anymore. There are still quite a few tests that need to see internal gunk of one variety or another. For them, we now have 'tests-internal' and 'test-internal-extras'; files in this category will still be compiled with MODULE_NAME=nonlib, and everything proceeds as it always has. The bulk of this patch is moving tests from 'tests' to 'tests-internal'. There is also 'tests-static-internal', which has the same effect on files in 'tests-static', and 'modules-names-tests', which has the *inverse* effect on files in 'modules-names' (it's inverted because most of the things in modules-names are *not* tests). For both of these, the file must appear in *both* the new variable and the old one. There is also now a special case for when libc-symbols.h is included without MODULE_NAME being defined at all. (This happens during the creation of libc-modules.h, and also when preprocessing Versions files.) When this happens, IS_IN is set to be always false and _ISOMAC is *not* defined, which was the status quo, but now it's explicit. The remaining changes to C source files in this patch seemed likely to cause problems in the absence of the main change. They should be relatively self-explanatory. In a few cases I duplicated a definition from an internal header rather than move the test to tests-internal; this was a judgement call each time and I'm happy to change those however reviewers feel is more appropriate. * Makerules: New subdir configuration variables 'tests-internal' and 'test-internal-extras'. Test files in these categories will still be compiled with MODULE_NAME=nonlib. Test files in the existing categories (tests, xtests, test-srcs, test-extras) are now compiled with MODULE_NAME=testsuite. New subdir configuration variable 'modules-names-tests'. Files which are in both 'modules-names' and 'modules-names-tests' will be compiled with MODULE_NAME=testsuite instead of MODULE_NAME=extramodules. (gen-as-const-headers): Move to tests-internal. (do-tests-clean, common-mostlyclean): Support tests-internal. * Makeconfig (built-modules): Add testsuite. * Makefile: Change libof-check-installed-headers-c and libof-check-installed-headers-cxx to 'testsuite'. * Rules: Likewise. Support tests-internal. * benchtests/strcoll-inputs/filelist#en_US.UTF-8: Remove extra-modules.mk. * config.h.in: Don't check for __OPTIMIZE__ or __FAST_MATH__ here. * include/libc-symbols.h: Move definitions of _GNU_SOURCE, PASTE_NAME, PASTE_NAME1, IN_MODULE, IS_IN, and IS_IN_LIB to the very top of the file and rationalize their order. If MODULE_NAME is not defined at all, define IS_IN to always be false, and don't define _ISOMAC. If any of IS_IN (testsuite), IS_IN_build, or __cplusplus are true, define _ISOMAC and suppress everything else in this file, starting with the inclusion of config.h. Do check for inappropriate definitions of __OPTIMIZE__ and __FAST_MATH__ here, but only if _ISOMAC is not defined. Correct some out-of-date commentary. * include/math.h: If _ISOMAC is defined, undefine NO_LONG_DOUBLE and _Mlong_double_ before including math.h. * include/string.h: If _ISOMAC is defined, don't expose _STRING_ARCH_unaligned. Move a comment to a more appropriate location. * include/errno.h, include/stdio.h, include/stdlib.h, include/string.h * include/time.h, include/unistd.h, include/wchar.h: No need to check __cplusplus nor use __BEGIN_DECLS/__END_DECLS. * misc/sys/cdefs.h (__NTHNL): New macro. * sysdeps/m68k/m680x0/fpu/bits/mathinline.h (__m81_defun): Use __NTHNL to avoid errors with GCC 6. * elf/tst-env-setuid-tunables.c: Include config.h with _LIBC defined, for HAVE_TUNABLES. * inet/tst-checks-posix.c: No need to define _ISOMAC. * intl/tst-gettext2.c: Provide own definition of N_. * math/test-signgam-finite-c99.c: No need to define _ISOMAC. * math/test-signgam-main.c: No need to define _ISOMAC. * stdlib/tst-strtod.c: Convert to test-driver. Split locale_test to... * stdlib/tst-strtod1i.c: ...this new file. * stdlib/tst-strtod5.c: Convert to test-driver and add copyright notice. Split tests of __strtod_internal to... * stdlib/tst-strtod5i.c: ...this new file. * string/test-string.h: Include stdint.h. Duplicate definition of inhibit_loop_to_libcall here (from libc-symbols.h). * string/test-strstr.c: Provide dummy definition of libc_hidden_builtin_def when including strstr.c. * sysdeps/ia64/fpu/libm-symbols.h: Suppress entire file in _ISOMAC mode; no need to test __STRICT_ANSI__ nor __cplusplus as well. * sysdeps/x86_64/fpu/math-tests-arch.h: Include cpu-features.h. Don't include init-arch.h. * sysdeps/x86_64/multiarch/test-multiarch.h: Include cpu-features.h. Don't include init-arch.h. * elf/Makefile: Move tst-ptrguard1-static, tst-stackguard1-static, tst-tls1-static, tst-tls2-static, tst-tls3-static, loadtest, unload, unload2, circleload1, neededtest, neededtest2, neededtest3, neededtest4, tst-tls1, tst-tls2, tst-tls3, tst-tls6, tst-tls7, tst-tls8, tst-dlmopen2, tst-ptrguard1, tst-stackguard1, tst-_dl_addr_inside_object, and all of the ifunc tests to tests-internal. Don't add $(modules-names) to test-extras. * inet/Makefile: Move tst-inet6_scopeid_pton to tests-internal. Add tst-deadline to tests-static-internal. * malloc/Makefile: Move tst-mallocstate and tst-scratch_buffer to tests-internal. * misc/Makefile: Move tst-atomic and tst-atomic-long to tests-internal. * nptl/Makefile: Move tst-typesizes, tst-rwlock19, tst-sem11, tst-sem12, tst-sem13, tst-barrier5, tst-signal7, tst-tls3, tst-tls3-malloc, tst-tls5, tst-stackguard1, tst-sem11-static, tst-sem12-static, and tst-stackguard1-static to tests-internal. Link tests-internal with libpthread also. Don't add $(modules-names) to test-extras. * nss/Makefile: Move tst-field to tests-internal. * posix/Makefile: Move bug-regex5, bug-regex20, bug-regex33, tst-rfc3484, tst-rfc3484-2, and tst-rfc3484-3 to tests-internal. * stdlib/Makefile: Move tst-strtod1i, tst-strtod3, tst-strtod4, tst-strtod5i, tst-tls-atexit, and tst-tls-atexit-nodelete to tests-internal. * sunrpc/Makefile: Move tst-svc_register to tests-internal. * sysdeps/powerpc/Makefile: Move test-get_hwcap and test-get_hwcap-static to tests-internal. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/Makefile: Move tst-setgetname to tests-internal. * sysdeps/x86_64/fpu/Makefile: Add all libmvec test modules to modules-names-tests.
* Update copyright dates with scripts/update-copyrights.Joseph Myers2017-01-011-1/+1
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* Fix pretty printer tests for run-built-tests == noSiddhesh Poyarekar2016-12-301-3/+3
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | In my change to add configure tests for python I had a brainfart where I tried to filter out unsupported tests from tests-printers-programs instead of tests-printers to select tests to build. I realize now that all of that is completely unnecessary and it would be safe to just build the tests as long as we don't try to run it. This patch reverts that bit of the change. Tested with run-built-tests = no in config.make. * Rules (tests): Add tests-printers-programs to tests to be built.
* Add configure check for python programSiddhesh Poyarekar2016-12-221-13/+11
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Add a configure check that looks for python3 and python in that order since we had agreed in the past to prefer python3 over python in all our code. The patch also adjusts invocations through the various Makefiles to use the set variable. * configure.ac: Check for python3 or python. * configure: Regenerated. * config.make.in (PYTHON): New variable. * benchtests/Makefile: Don't define PYTHON. (bench): Define target only if PYTHON was defined. * Rules: Don't define PYTHON. Define pretty printer targets only if PYTHON was defined. (tests-printers): Add to tests-unsupported if PYTHON is not found. (python-flags, python-invoke): Remove. (tests-printers-out): Use PYTHON instead of python-invoke.
* Add -B to python invocation to avoid generating pyc filesMartin Galvan2016-12-181-1/+7
| | | | | | | | | | | Without -B, python invocations may result in generation of pyc files for modules within the source tree, which does not work well when the source tree is read-only. 2016-12-17 Martin Galvan <martingalvan@sourceware.org> * Rules (python-flags, python-invoke): New. ($(test-printers-out)): Use $(python-flags).
* Expose linking against libsupport as make dependencyFlorian Weimer2016-12-131-0/+3
| | | | This ensures that tests are rebuilt when libsupport changes.
* Fix tests-printers handling for cross compiling.Joseph Myers2016-12-081-3/+2
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | The pretty-printers changes resulted in the new tests showing as UNRESOLVED (missing .out files) when run-built-tests = no, so resulting in "make check" exiting with error status. https://sourceware.org/ml/libc-testresults/2016-q4/msg00014.html This patch moves the use of $(tests-printers) when generating the summary of results into the setting of tests-expected, which is appropriately conditional, matching the conditional for when tests depends on $(tests-printers-out). Tested with cross to aarch64 with build-many-glibcs.py, and natively on x86_64. * Rules [$(run-built-tests) != no] (tests-expected): Add $(tests-printers). (tests): Do not pass $(tests-printers) to merge-test-results.sh.
* Add pretty printers for the NPTL lock typesMartin Galvan2016-12-081-3/+41
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | This patch adds pretty printers for the following NPTL types: - pthread_mutex_t - pthread_mutexattr_t - pthread_cond_t - pthread_condattr_t - pthread_rwlock_t - pthread_rwlockattr_t To load the pretty printers into your gdb session, do the following: python import sys sys.path.insert(0, '/path/to/glibc/build/nptl/pretty-printers') end source /path/to/glibc/source/pretty-printers/nptl-printers.py You can check which printers are registered and enabled by issuing the 'info pretty-printer' gdb command. Printers should trigger automatically when trying to print a variable of one of the types mentioned above. The printers are architecture-independent, and were tested on an AMD64 running Ubuntu 14.04 and an x86 VM running Fedora 24. In order to work, the printers need to know the values of various flags that are scattered throughout pthread.h and pthreadP.h as enums and #defines. Since replicating these constants in the printers file itself would create a maintenance burden, I wrote a script called gen-py-const.awk that Makerules uses to extract the constants. This script is pretty much the same as gen-as-const.awk, except it doesn't cast the constant values to 'long' and is thorougly documented. The constants need only to be enumerated in a .pysym file, which is then referenced by a Make variable called gen-py-const-headers. As for the install directory, I discussed this with Mike Frysinger and Siddhesh Poyarekar, and we agreed that it can be handled in a separate patch, and shouldn't block merging of this one. In addition, I've written a series of test cases for the pretty printers. Each lock type (mutex, condvar and rwlock) has two test programs, one for itself and other for its related 'attributes' object. Each test program in turn has a PExpect-based Python script that drives gdb and compares its output to the expected printer's. The tests run on the glibc host, which is assumed to have both gdb and PExpect; if either is absent the tests will fail with code 77 (UNSUPPORTED). For cross-testing you should use cross-test-ssh.sh as test-wrapper. I've tested the printers on both native builds and a cross build using a Beaglebone Black running Debian, with the build system's filesystem shared with the board through NFS. Finally, I've written a README that explains all this and more. * INSTALL: Regenerated. * Makeconfig: Add comments and whitespace to make the control flow clearer. (+link-printers-tests, +link-pie-printers-tests, CFLAGS-printers-tests, installed-rtld-LDFLAGS, built-rtld-LDFLAGS, link-libc-rpath, link-libc-tests-after-rpath-link, link-libc-printers-tests): New. (rtld-LDFLAGS, rtld-tests-LDFLAGS, link-libc-tests-rpath-link, link-libc-tests): Use the new variables as required. * Makerules ($(py-const)): New rule. generated: Add $(py-const). * README.pretty-printers: New file. * Rules (tests-printers-programs, tests-printers-out, py-env): New. (others): Depend on $(py-const). (tests): Depend on $(tests-printers-programs) or $(tests-printers-out), as required. Pass $(tests-printers) to merge-test-results.sh. * manual/install.texi: Add requirements for testing the pretty printers. * nptl/Makefile (gen-py-const-headers, pretty-printers, tests-printers, CFLAGS-test-mutexattr-printers.c CFLAGS-test-mutex-printers.c, CFLAGS-test-condattr-printers.c, CFLAGS-test-cond-printers.c, CFLAGS-test-rwlockattr-printers.c CFLAGS-test-rwlock-printers.c, tests-printers-libs): Define. * nptl/nptl-printers.py: New file. * nptl/nptl_lock_constants.pysym: Likewise. * nptl/test-cond-printers.c: Likewise. * nptl/test-cond-printers.py: Likewise. * nptl/test-condattr-printers.c: Likewise. * nptl/test-condattr-printers.py: Likewise. * nptl/test-mutex-printers.c: Likewise. * nptl/test-mutex-printers.py: Likewise. * nptl/test-mutexattr-printers.c: Likewise. * nptl/test-mutexattr-printers.py: Likewise. * nptl/test-rwlock-printers.c: Likewise. * nptl/test-rwlock-printers.py: Likewise. * nptl/test-rwlockattr-printers.c: Likewise. * nptl/test-rwlockattr-printers.py: Likewise. * scripts/gen-py-const.awk: Likewise. * scripts/test_printers_common.py: Likewise. * scripts/test_printers_exceptions.py: Likewise.
* Do not generate UNRESOLVED results for run-built-tests = no.Joseph Myers2016-11-041-1/+6
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Testing with run-built-tests = no generates many UNRESOLVED results in tests.sum (and so in the output of "make check"), for all the tests that are only compiled and not run in such a configuration. This doesn't seem useful in the "make check" output, and also causes "make check" to exist with error status even when all tests that can be run in such a configuration passed. This patch changes it not to consider those tests when generating subdir-tests.sum, and so tests.sum, so that you get a smaller number of tests considered in the final results rather than a huge pile of UNRESOLVED. Tested with a cross-compiler to ARM in a run-built-tests = no configuration. * Rules (tests-expected): New variable, depending on $(run-built-tests). (tests): Pass $(tests-expected) to merge-test-results.sh, not $(tests).
* Handle tests-unsupported if run-built-tests = no.Joseph Myers2016-11-041-1/+2
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | The tests-unsupported variable lists tests that should neither be compiled nor run, because some support needed to compile them is missing. The implementation of this feature involves having a rule to create .out files for these tests that takes precedence over the default rule. This does not work in the run-built-tests = no case (cross compiling without use of a wrapper to run the tests on a separate system, in which cases most tests are compiled only) because in that case the tests target depends on $(tests) to ensure all tests get compiled. This patch changes that dependency to filter out $(tests-unsupported). Tested with cross-compilation to ARM with GCC 5, where libstdc++ is missing some C++11 support because of the bug I fixed in <https://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc-patches/2015-10/msg01040.html> and so tests-unsupported is nonempty and the tests in question fail to compile. (When I originally observed the bug, it was with a native build / test simply using an x86_64 compiler that had been configured as a cross compiler to isolate it from the system headers / libraries, so the configuration issue applied to the compiler but run-built-tests was yes, so I don't observe the issue with tests-unsupported with that compiler.) * Rules [$(run-built-tests) = no] (tests): Do not depend on $(tests-unsupported).
* Installed header hygiene (BZ#20366): Test of installed headers.Zack Weinberg2016-09-231-0/+23
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | This adds a test to ensure that the problems fixed in the last several patches do not recur. Each directory checks the headers that it installs for two properties: first, each header must be compilable in isolation, as both C and C++, under a representative combination of language and library conformance levels; second, there is a blacklist of identifiers that may not appear in any installed header, currently consisting of the legacy BSD typedefs. (There is an exemption for the headers that define those typedefs, and for the RPC headers. It may be necessary to make this more sophisticated if we add more stuff to the blacklist in the future.) In order for this test to work correctly, every wrapper header that actually defines something must guard those definitions with #ifndef _ISOMAC. This is the existing mechanism used by the conform/ tests to tell wrapper headers not to define anything that the public header wouldn't, and not to use anything from libc-symbols.h. conform/ only cares for headers that we need to check for standards conformance, whereas this test applies to *every* header. (Headers in include/ that are either installed directly, or are internal-use-only and do *not* correspond to any installed header, are not affected.) * scripts/check-installed-headers.sh: New script. * Rules: In each directory that defines header files to be installed, run check-installed-headers.sh on them as a special test. * Makefile: Likewise for the headers installed at top level. * include/aliases.h, include/alloca.h, include/argz.h * include/arpa/nameser.h, include/arpa/nameser_compat.h * include/elf.h, include/envz.h, include/err.h * include/execinfo.h, include/fpu_control.h, include/getopt.h * include/gshadow.h, include/ifaddrs.h, include/libintl.h * include/link.h, include/malloc.h, include/mcheck.h * include/mntent.h, include/netinet/ether.h * include/nss.h, include/obstack.h, include/printf.h * include/pty.h, include/resolv.h, include/rpc/auth.h * include/rpc/auth_des.h, include/rpc/auth_unix.h * include/rpc/clnt.h, include/rpc/des_crypt.h * include/rpc/key_prot.h, include/rpc/netdb.h * include/rpc/pmap_clnt.h, include/rpc/pmap_prot.h * include/rpc/pmap_rmt.h, include/rpc/rpc.h * include/rpc/rpc_msg.h, include/rpc/svc.h * include/rpc/svc_auth.h, include/rpc/xdr.h * include/rpcsvc/nis_callback.h, include/rpcsvc/nislib.h * include/rpcsvc/yp.h, include/rpcsvc/ypclnt.h * include/rpcsvc/ypupd.h, include/shadow.h * include/stdio_ext.h, include/sys/epoll.h * include/sys/file.h, include/sys/gmon.h, include/sys/ioctl.h * include/sys/prctl.h, include/sys/profil.h * include/sys/statfs.h, include/sys/sysctl.h * include/sys/sysinfo.h, include/ttyent.h, include/utmp.h * sysdeps/arm/nacl/include/bits/setjmp.h * sysdeps/mips/include/sys/asm.h * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/include/sys/sysinfo.h * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/include/sys/timex.h * sysdeps/x86/fpu/include/bits/fenv.h: Add #ifndef _ISOMAC guard around internal declarations. Add multiple-inclusion guard if not already present.
* Revert "Add pretty printers for the NPTL lock types"Siddhesh Poyarekar2016-07-111-5/+0
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | This reverts commit 62ce266b0b261def2c6329be9814ffdcc11964d6. The change is not mature enough because it needs the following fixes: 1. Redirect test output to a file like other tests 2. Eliminate the need to use a .gdbinit because distributions will break without it. I should have caught that but I was in too much of a hurry to get the patch in :/ 3. Feature checking during configure to determine things like minimum required gdb version, python-pexpect version, etc. to make sure that tests work correctly.
* Add pretty printers for the NPTL lock typesMartin Galvan2016-07-081-0/+5
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | This patch adds pretty printers for the following NPTL types: - pthread_mutex_t - pthread_mutexattr_t - pthread_cond_t - pthread_condattr_t - pthread_rwlock_t - pthread_rwlockattr_t To load the pretty printers into your gdb session, do the following: python import sys sys.path.insert(0, '/path/to/glibc/build/nptl/pretty-printers') end source /path/to/glibc/source/pretty-printers/nptl-printers.py You can check which printers are registered and enabled by issuing the 'info pretty-printer' gdb command. Printers should trigger automatically when trying to print a variable of one of the types mentioned above. The printers are architecture-independent, and were manually tested on both the gdb CLI and Eclipse CDT. In order to work, the printers need to know the values of various flags that are scattered throughout pthread.h and pthreadP.h as enums and #defines. Since replicating these constants in the printers file itself would create a maintenance burden, I wrote a script called gen-py-const.awk that Makerules uses to extract the constants. This script is pretty much the same as gen-as-const.awk, except it doesn't cast the constant values to 'long' and is thorougly documented. The constants need only to be enumerated in a .pysym file, which is then referenced by a Make variable called gen-py-const-headers. As for the install directory, I discussed this with Mike Frysinger and Siddhesh Poyarekar, and we agreed that it can be handled in a separate patch, and it shouldn't block merging of this one. In addition, I've written a series of test cases for the pretty printers. Each lock type (mutex, condvar and rwlock) has two test programs, one for itself and other for its related 'attributes' object. Each test program in turn has a PExpect-based Python script that drives gdb and compares its output to the expected printer's. The tests run on the glibc host, which is assumed to have both gdb and PExpect; if either is absent the tests will fail with code 77 (UNSUPPORTED). For cross-testing you should use cross-test-ssh.sh as test-wrapper. I've tested the printers on both a native build and a cross build using a Beaglebone Black, with the build system's filesystem shared with the board through NFS. Finally, I've written a README that explains all this and more. Hopefully this should be good to go in now. Thanks. ChangeLog: 2016-07-04 Martin Galvan <martin.galvan@tallertechnologies.com> * Makeconfig (build-hardcoded-path-in-tests): Set to 'yes' for shared builds if tests-need-hardcoded-path is defined. (all-subdirs): Add pretty-printers. * Makerules ($(py-const)): New rule. * Rules (others): Add $(py-const), if defined. * nptl/Makefile (gen-py-const-headers): Define. * nptl/nptl-printers.py: New file. * nptl/nptl_lock_constants.pysym: Likewise. * pretty-printers/Makefile: Likewise. * pretty-printers/README: Likewise. * pretty-printers/test-condvar-attributes.c: Likewise. * pretty-printers/test-condvar-attributes.p: Likewise. * pretty-printers/test-condvar-printer.c: Likewise. * pretty-printers/test-condvar-printer.py: Likewise. * pretty-printers/test-mutex-attributes.c: Likewise. * pretty-printers/test-mutex-attributes.py: Likewise. * pretty-printers/test-mutex-printer.c: Likewise. * pretty-printers/test-mutex-printer.py: Likewise. * pretty-printers/test-rwlock-attributes.c: Likewise. * pretty-printers/test-rwlock-attributes.py: Likewise. * pretty-printers/test-rwlock-printer.c: Likewise. * pretty-printers/test-rwlock-printer.py: Likewise. * pretty-printers/test_common.py: Likewise. * scripts/gen-py-const.awk: Likewise.
* New make target to only build benchmark binariesSiddhesh Poyarekar2016-04-201-1/+1
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | For situations where we are cross-building or where we want to avoid building on the target system, we want a way to only build benchmarks and then copy them over to the target system to run them. I have also added a simple enhancement for the 'bench' target where all benchmark binaries are built and then the benchmarks executed. Tested on arm. Makefile.in (bench-build): New target. Rules (PHONY): Add bench-build target. benchtests/Makefile (bench): Depend on bench-build. (bench-build): New target.
* Update copyright dates with scripts/update-copyrights.Joseph Myers2016-01-041-1/+1
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* Let tests result in UNSUPPORTED; use that for unbuildable C++ casesRoland McGrath2015-03-101-0/+12
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* Avoid re-exec-self in bug-setlocale1.Roland McGrath2015-03-051-3/+5
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* Update copyright dates with scripts/update-copyrights.Joseph Myers2015-01-021-1/+1
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* Remove TEST_IFUNC, tests-ifunc and *-ifunc.c tests.Joseph Myers2014-11-261-4/+0
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | TEST_IFUNC is only tested in two headers, bench-string.h and test-string.h, after it gets defined by those headers, and it never gets undefined. Thus no defines of TEST_IFUNC are needed, and the *-ifunc.c tests that just define TEST_IFUNC and include other tests are also redundant, as is the code to remove $(tests-ifunc) and $(xtests-ifunc) conditionally from tests and xtests. This patch removes the useless defines and tests of TEST_IFUNC and the associated useless tests and makefile code. It thereby fixes a series of warnings "../string/test-string.h:21:0: warning: "TEST_IFUNC" redefined" where test-string.h defines TEST_IFUNC to empty, other files define it to 1 and this produces warnings. Tested for x86_64. * debug/test-stpcpy_chk-ifunc.c: Remove file. * debug/test-strcpy_chk-ifunc.c: Likewise. * wcsmbs/test-wcschr-ifunc.c: Likewise. * wcsmbs/test-wcscmp-ifunc.c: Likewise. * wcsmbs/test-wcscpy-ifunc.c: Likewise. * wcsmbs/test-wcslen-ifunc.c: Likewise. * wcsmbs/test-wcsrchr-ifunc.c: Likewise. * wcsmbs/test-wmemcmp-ifunc.c: Likewise. * Rules [$(multi-arch) = no] (tests): Do not filter out $(tests-ifunc). [$(multi-arch) = no] (xtests): Do not filter out $(xtests-ifunc). * debug/Makefile (tests-ifunc): Remove variable. (tests): Do not add $(tests-ifunc). * wcsmbs/Makefile (tests-ifunc): Remove variable. (tests): Do not add $(tests-ifunc). * benchtests/bench-string.h (TEST_IFUNC): Remove macro. [TEST_IFUNC]: Remove conditionals. * string/test-string.h (TEST_IFUNC): Remove macro. [TEST_IFUNC]: Remove conditionals.
* Don't require test wrappers to preserve environment variables, use more ↵Joseph Myers2014-06-061-2/+1
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | consistent environment. One wart in the original support for test wrappers for cross testing, as noted in <https://sourceware.org/ml/libc-alpha/2012-10/msg00722.html>, is the requirement for test wrappers to pass a poorly-defined set of environment variables from the build system to the system running the glibc under test. Although some variables are passed explicitly via $(test-wrapper-env), including LD_* variables that simply can't be passed implicitly because of the side effects they'd have on the build system's dynamic linker, others are passed implicitly, including variables such as GCONV_PATH and LOCPATH that could potentially affect the build system's libc (so effectively relying on any such effects not breaking the wrappers). In addition, the code in cross-test-ssh.sh for preserving environment variables is fragile (it depends on how bash formats a list of exported variables, and could well break for multi-line variable definitions where the contents contain things looking like other variable definitions). This patch moves to explicitly passing environment variables via $(test-wrapper-env). Makefile variables that previously used $(test-wrapper) are split up into -before-env and -after-env parts that can be passed separately to the various .sh files used in testing, so those files can then insert environment settings between the two parts. The common default environment settings in make-test-out are made into a separate makefile variable that can also be passed to scripts, rather than many scripts duplicating those settings (for testing an installed glibc, it is desirable to have the GCONV_PATH setting on just one place, so just that one place needs to support it pointing to an installed sysroot instead of the build tree). The default settings are included in the variables such as $(test-program-prefix), so that if tests do not need any non-default settings they can continue to use single variables rather than the split-up variables. Although this patch cleans up LC_ALL=C settings (that being part of the common defaults), various LANG=C and LANGUAGE=C settings remain. Those are generally unnecessary and I propose a subsequent cleanup to remove them. LC_ALL takes precedence over LANG, and while LANGUAGE takes precedence over LC_ALL, it only does so for settings other than LC_ALL=C. So LC_ALL=C on its own is sufficient to ensure the C locale, and anything that gets LC_ALL=C does not need the other settings. While preparing this patch I noticed some tests with .sh files that appeared to do nothing beyond what the generic makefile support for tests can do (localedata/tst-wctype.sh - the makefiles support -ENV variables and .input files - and localedata/tst-mbswcs.sh - just runs five tests that could be run individually from the makefile). So I propose another subsequent cleanup to move those to using the generic support instead of special .sh files. Tested x86_64 (native) and powerpc32 (cross). * Makeconfig (run-program-env): New variable. (run-program-prefix-before-env): Likewise. (run-program-prefix-after-env): Likewise. (run-program-prefix): Define in terms of new variables. (built-program-cmd-before-env): New variable. (built-program-cmd-after-env): Likewise. (built-program-cmd): Define in terms of new variables. (test-program-prefix-before-env): New variable. (test-program-prefix-after-env): Likewise. (test-program-prefix): Define in terms of new variables. (test-program-cmd-before-env): New variable. (test-program-cmd-after-env): Likewise. (test-program-cmd): Define in terms of new variables. * Rules (make-test-out): Use $(run-program-env). * scripts/cross-test-ssh.sh (env_blacklist): Remove variable. (help): Do not mention environment variables. Mention --timeoutfactor option. (timeoutfactor): New variable. (blacklist_exports): Remove function. (exports): Remove variable. (command): Do not include ${exports}. * manual/install.texi (Configuring and compiling): Do not mention test wrappers preserving environment variables. Mention that last assignment to a variable must take precedence. * INSTALL: Regenerated. * benchtests/Makefile (run-bench): Use $(run-program-env). * catgets/Makefile ($(objpfx)test1.cat): Use $(built-program-cmd-before-env), $(run-program-env) and $(built-program-cmd-after-env). ($(objpfx)test2.cat): Do not specify environment variables explicitly. ($(objpfx)de/libc.cat): Use $(built-program-cmd-before-env), $(run-program-env) and $(built-program-cmd-after-env). ($(objpfx)test-gencat.out): Use $(test-program-cmd-before-env), $(run-program-env) and $(test-program-cmd-after-env). ($(objpfx)sample.SJIS.cat): Do not specify environment variables explicitly. * catgets/test-gencat.sh: Use test_program_cmd_before_env, run_program_env and test_program_cmd_after_env arguments. * elf/Makefile ($(objpfx)tst-pathopt.out): Use $(run-program-env). * elf/tst-pathopt.sh: Use run_program_env argument. * iconvdata/Makefile ($(objpfx)iconv-test.out): Use $(test-wrapper-env) and $(run-program-env). * iconvdata/run-iconv-test.sh: Use test_wrapper_env and run_program_env arguments. * iconvdata/tst-table.sh: Do not set GCONV_PATH explicitly. * intl/Makefile ($(objpfx)tst-gettext.out): Use $(test-program-prefix-before-env), $(run-program-env) and $(test-program-prefix-after-env). ($(objpfx)tst-gettext2.out): Likewise. * intl/tst-gettext.sh: Use test_program_prefix_before_env, run_program_env and test_program_prefix_after_env arguments. * intl/tst-gettext2.sh: Likewise. * intl/tst-gettext4.sh: Do not set environment variables explicitly. * intl/tst-gettext6.sh: Likewise. * intl/tst-translit.sh: Likewise. * malloc/Makefile ($(objpfx)tst-mtrace.out): Use $(test-program-prefix-before-env), $(run-program-env) and $(test-program-prefix-after-env). * malloc/tst-mtrace.sh: Use test_program_prefix_before_env, run_program_env and test_program_prefix_after_env arguments. * math/Makefile (run-regen-ulps): Use $(run-program-env). * nptl/Makefile ($(objpfx)tst-tls6.out): Use $(run-program-env). * nptl/tst-tls6.sh: Use run_program_env argument. Set LANG=C explicitly with each use of ${test_wrapper_env}. * posix/Makefile ($(objpfx)wordexp-tst.out): Use $(test-program-prefix-before-env), $(run-program-env) and $(test-program-prefix-after-env). * posix/tst-getconf.sh: Do not set environment variables explicitly. * posix/wordexp-tst.sh: Use test_program_prefix_before_env, run_program_env and test_program_prefix_after_env arguments. * stdio-common/tst-printf.sh: Do not set environment variables explicitly. * stdlib/Makefile ($(objpfx)tst-fmtmsg.out): Use $(test-program-prefix-before-env), $(run-program-env) and $(test-program-prefix-after-env). * stdlib/tst-fmtmsg.sh: Use test_program_prefix_before_env, run_program_env and test_program_prefix_after_env arguments. Split $test calls into $test_pre and $test. * timezone/Makefile (build-testdata): Use $(built-program-cmd-before-env), $(run-program-env) and $(built-program-cmd-after-env). localedata/ChangeLog: * Makefile ($(addprefix $(objpfx),$(CTYPE_FILES))): Use $(built-program-cmd-before-env), $(run-program-env) and $(built-program-cmd-after-env). ($(objpfx)sort-test.out): Use $(test-program-prefix-before-env), $(run-program-env) and $(test-program-prefix-after-env). ($(objpfx)tst-fmon.out): Use $(run-program-prefix-before-env), $(run-program-env) and $(run-program-prefix-after-env). ($(objpfx)tst-locale.out): Use $(built-program-cmd-before-env), $(run-program-env) and $(built-program-cmd-after-env). ($(objpfx)tst-trans.out): Use $(run-program-prefix-before-env), $(run-program-env), $(run-program-prefix-after-env), $(test-program-prefix-before-env) and $(test-program-prefix-after-env). ($(objpfx)tst-ctype.out): Use $(test-program-cmd-before-env), $(run-program-env) and $(test-program-cmd-after-env). ($(objpfx)tst-wctype.out): Likewise. ($(objpfx)tst-langinfo.out): Likewise. ($(objpfx)tst-langinfo-static.out): Likewise. * gen-locale.sh: Use localedef_before_env, run_program_env and localedef_after_env arguments. * sort-test.sh: Use test_program_prefix_before_env, run_program_env and test_program_prefix_after_env arguments. * tst-ctype.sh: Use tst_ctype_before_env, run_program_env and tst_ctype_after_env arguments. * tst-fmon.sh: Use run_program_prefix_before_env, run_program_env and run_program_prefix_after_env arguments. * tst-langinfo.sh: Use tst_langinfo_before_env, run_program_env and tst_langinfo_after_env arguments. * tst-locale.sh: Use localedef_before_env, run_program_env and localedef_after_env arguments. * tst-mbswcs.sh: Do not set environment variables explicitly. * tst-numeric.sh: Likewise. * tst-rpmatch.sh: Likewise. * tst-trans.sh: Use run_program_prefix_before_env, run_program_env, run_program_prefix_after_env, test_program_prefix_before_env and test_program_prefix_after_env arguments. * tst-wctype.sh: Use tst_wctype_before_env, run_program_env and tst_wctype_after_env arguments.
* Include LOCPATH in default test environment.Joseph Myers2014-06-041-1/+2
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Tests run using the default $(make-test-out) automatically get GCONV_PATH and LC_ALL set, whether or not those environment variables are actually needed for the individual test. However, they do not get LOCPATH set, meaning that a large number of tests have -ENV settings just to set LOCPATH. This patch moves LOCPATH into the default environment used for all tests, on the principle that like GCONV_PATH any settings needed to use files associated with the newly built library, rather than any old installed files, are appropriate to use by default. A further motivation is that various tests using .sh files also set some combination of LC_ALL, GCONV_PATH and LOCPATH. Preferably .sh files should also use the default environment with any additions required for the individual test. Now, it was suggested in <https://sourceware.org/ml/libc-alpha/2014-05/msg00715.html> that various Makefile variables used in testing should be derived by composing the -before-env and -after-env variables used when explicit environment settings are required. With such a change, it's also natural for those variables to include the default settings (via some intermediate makefile variable also used in make-test-out). Because some .sh files only set variables that correspond to the default settings, or a subset thereof, and this applies to more of the .sh files once LOCPATH is in the default settings, doing so reduces the size of a revised version of <https://sourceware.org/ml/libc-alpha/2014-05/msg00596.html>: scripts only needing the (expanded) default settings will not need to receive the separate -before-env and -after-env variables, only the single variable they do at present. So moving LOCPATH into the default settings can reduce churn caused by subsequent patches. Tested x86_64 and x86. * Rules (make-test-out): Include LOCPATH=$(common-objpfx)localedata in default environment. * debug/Makefile (tst-chk1-ENV): Remove variable. (tst-chk2-ENV): Likewise. (tst-chk3-ENV): Likewise. (tst-chk4-ENV): Likewise. (tst-chk5-ENV): Likewise. (tst-chk6-ENV): Likewise. (tst-lfschk1-ENV): Likewise. (tst-lfschk2-ENV): Likewise. (tst-lfschk3-ENV): Likewise. (tst-lfschk4-ENV): Likewise. (tst-lfschk5-ENV): Likewise. (tst-lfschk6-ENV): Likewise. * iconvdata/Makefile (bug-iconv6-ENV): Likewise. (tst-iconv7-ENV): Likewise. * intl/Makefile (LOCPATH-ENV): Likewise. (tst-codeset-ENV): Likewise. (tst-gettext3-ENV): Likewise. (tst-gettext5-ENV): Likewise. * libio/Makefile (tst-widetext-ENV): Don't set LOCPATH. (tst-fopenloc-ENV): Likewise. (tst-fgetws-ENV): Remove variable. (tst-ungetwc1-ENV): Likewise. (tst-ungetwc2-ENV): Likewise. (bug-ungetwc2-ENV): Likewise. (tst-swscanf-ENV): Likewise. (bug-ftell-ENV): Likewise. (tst-fgetwc-ENV): Likewise. (tst-fseek-ENV): Likewise. (tst-ftell-partial-wide-ENV): Likewise. (tst-ftell-active-handler-ENV): Likewise. (tst-ftell-append-ENV): Likewise. * posix/Makefile (tst-fnmatch-ENV): Likewise. (tst-regexloc-ENV): Likewise. (bug-regex1-ENV): Likewise. (tst-regex-ENV): Likewise. (tst-regex2-ENV): Likewise. (bug-regex5-ENV): Likewise. (bug-regex6-ENV): Likewise. (bug-regex17-ENV): Likewise. (bug-regex18-ENV): Likewise. (bug-regex19-ENV): Likewise. (bug-regex20-ENV): Likewise. (bug-regex22-ENV): Likewise. (bug-regex23-ENV): Likewise. (bug-regex25-ENV): Likewise. (bug-regex26-ENV): Likewise. (bug-regex30-ENV): Likewise. (bug-regex32-ENV): Likewise. (bug-regex33-ENV): Likewise. (bug-regex34-ENV): Likewise. (bug-regex35-ENV): Likewise. (tst-rxspencer-ENV): Likewise. (tst-rxspencer-no-utf8-ENV): Likewise. * stdio-common/Makefile (tst-sprintf-ENV): Likewise. (tst-sscanf-ENV): Likewise. (tst-swprintf-ENV): Likewise. (tst-swscanf-ENV): Likewise. (test-vfprintf-ENV): Likewise. (scanf13-ENV): Likewise. (bug14-ENV): Likewise. (tst-grouping-ENV): Likewise. * stdlib/Makefile (tst-strtod-ENV): Likewise. (tst-strtod3-ENV): Likewise. (tst-strtod4-ENV): Likewise. (tst-strtod5-ENV): Likewise. (testmb2-ENV): Likewise./ * string/Makefile (tst-strxfrm-ENV): Likewise. (tst-strxfrm2-ENV): Likewise. (bug-strcoll1-ENV): Likewise. (test-strcasecmp-ENV): Likewise. (test-strncasecmp-ENV): Likewise. * time/Makefile (tst-strptime-ENV): Likewise. (tst-ftime_l-ENV): Likewise. * wcsmbs/Makefile (tst-btowc-ENV): Likewise. (tst-mbrtowc-ENV): Likewise. (tst-wcrtomb-ENV): Likewise. (tst-mbrtowc2-ENV): Likewise. (tst-c16c32-1-ENV): Likewise. (tst-mbsnrtowcs-ENV): Likewise. localedata/ChangeLog: * Makefile (TEST_MBWC_ENV): Remove variable. (tst_iswalnum-ENV): Likewise. (tst_iswalpha-ENV): Likewise. (tst_iswcntrl-ENV): Likewise. (tst_iswctype-ENV): Likewise. (tst_iswdigit-ENV): Likewise. (tst_iswgraph-ENV): Likewise. (tst_iswlower-ENV): Likewise. (tst_iswprint-ENV): Likewise. (tst_iswpunct-ENV): Likewise. (tst_iswspace-ENV): Likewise. (tst_iswupper-ENV): Likewise. (tst_iswxdigit-ENV): Likewise. (tst_mblen-ENV): Likewise. (tst_mbrlen-ENV): Likewise. (tst_mbrtowc-ENV): Likewise. (tst_mbsrtowcs-ENV): Likewise. (tst_mbstowcs-ENV): Likewise. (tst_mbtowc-ENV): Likewise. (tst_strcoll-ENV): Likewise. (tst_strfmon-ENV): Likewise. (tst_strxfrm-ENV): Likewise. (tst_swscanf-ENV): Likewise. (tst_towctrans-ENV): Likewise. (tst_towlower-ENV): Likewise. (tst_towupper-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wcrtomb-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wcscat-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wcschr-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wcscmp-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wcscoll-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wcscpy-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wcscspn-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wcslen-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wcsncat-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wcsncmp-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wcsncpy-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wcspbrk-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wcsrtombs-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wcsspn-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wcsstr-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wcstod-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wcstok-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wcstombs-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wcswidth-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wcsxfrm-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wctob-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wctomb-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wctrans-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wctype-ENV): Likewise. (tst_wcwidth-ENV): Likewise. (tst-digits-ENV): Likewise. (tst-mbswcs6-ENV): Likewise. (tst-xlocale1-ENV): Likewise. (tst-xlocale2-ENV): Likewise. (tst-strfmon1-ENV): Likewise. (tst-strptime-ENV): Likewise. (tst-setlocale-ENV): Don't set LOCPATH. (bug-iconv-trans-ENV): Remove variable. (tst-sscanf-ENV): Likewise. (tst-leaks-ENV): Don't set LOCPATH. (bug-setlocale1-ENV): Remove variable. (bug-setlocale1-static-ENV): Likewise. (tst-setlocale2-ENV): Likewise.
* Generate overall summary of test results.Joseph Myers2014-03-071-0/+11
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | This patch, an updated version of <https://sourceware.org/ml/libc-alpha/2014-01/msg00197.html>, makes testsuite runs generate an overall summary of test results. A new script merge-test-results.sh deals both with collecting results within a directory to a file with all the results from that directory, and collecting the results from subdirectories into a single overall file (there's not much in common between the two modes of operation of the script, but it seemed silly to have two separate scripts for this). Within a directory, missing results produce UNRESOLVED lines; at top level, missing results for a whole directory produce an ERROR line (since toplevel can't identify what the specific missing tests are in this case). Note that this does not change the rules for when "make" considers there has been an error, or terminates, so unexpected failures will still cause make to terminate, or, with -k, mean the commands for "tests" don't get run because of failure of a dependency. Tested x86_64, including that the summary does in fact reflect all the tests with .test-result files. * scripts/merge-test-results.sh: New file. * Makefile (tests-special-notdir): New variable. (tests): Run merge-test-results.sh. (xtests): Likewise. * Rules (tests-special-notdir): New variable. (xtests-special-notdir): Likewise. (tests): Run merge-test-results.sh (xtests): Likewise.
* Enumerate tests with special rules in tests-special variable.Joseph Myers2014-03-061-4/+4
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | This patch is a revised and updated version of <https://sourceware.org/ml/libc-alpha/2014-01/msg00196.html>. In order to generate overall summaries of the results of all tests in the glibc testsuite, we need to identify and concatenate the files with the results of individual tests. Tomas Dohnalek's patch used $(common-objpfx)*/*.test-result for this. However, the normal glibc approach is explicit enumeration of the expected set of files with a given property, rather than all files matching some pattern like that. Furthermore, we would like to be able to mark tests as UNRESOLVED if the file with their results is for some reason missing, and in future we would like to be able to mark tests as UNSUPPORTED if they are disabled for a particular configuration (rather than simply having them missing from the list of tests as at present). Such handling of tests that were not run or did not record results requires an explicit enumeration of tests. For the tests following the default makefile rules, $(tests) (and $(xtests)) provides such an enumeration. Others, however, are added directly as dependencies of the "tests" and "xtests" makefile targets. This patch changes the makefiles to put them in variables tests-special and xtests-special, with appropriate dependencies on the tests listed there then being added centrally. Those variables are used in Rules and so need to be set before Rules is included in a subdirectory makefile, which is often earlier in the makefile than the dependencies were present before. We previously discussed the question of where to include Rules; see the question at <https://sourceware.org/ml/libc-alpha/2012-11/msg00798.html>, and a discussion in <https://sourceware.org/ml/libc-alpha/2013-01/msg00337.html> of why Rules is included early rather than late in subdirectory makefiles. It was necessary to avoid an indirection through the check-abi target and get the check-abi-* targets for individual libraries into the tests-special variable. The intl/ test $(objpfx)tst-gettext.out, previously built only because of dependencies from other tests, was also added to tests-special for the same reason. The entries in tests-special are the full makefile targets, complete with $(objpfx) and .out. If a future change causes tests to be named consistently with a .out suffix, this can be changed to include just the path relative to $(objpfx), without .out. Tested x86_64, including that the same set of files is generated in the build directory by a build and testsuite run both before and after the patch (except for changes to the elf/tst-null-argv.debug.out.<number> file name), and a build with run-built-tests=no to verify there aren't any more obvious instances of the issue Marcus Shawcroft reported with a previous version in <https://sourceware.org/ml/libc-alpha/2014-01/msg00462.html>. * Makefile (tests): Change dependencies to .... (tests-special): ... additions to this variable. (tests): Depend on $(tests-special). * Makerules (check-abi-list): New variable. (check-abi): Depend on $(check-abi-list). [$(subdir) = elf] (tests-special): Add $(objpfx)check-abi-libc.out. [$(build-shared) = yes && subdir] (tests-special): Add $(check-abi-list). [$(build-shared) = yes && subdir] (tests): Do not depend on check-abi. * Rules (tests): Depend on $(tests-special). (xtests): Depend on $(xtests-special). * catgets/Makefile (tests): Change dependencies to .... (tests-special): ... additions to this variable. * conform/Makefile (tests): Change dependencies to .... (tests-special): ... additions to this variable. * elf/Makefile (tests): Change dependencies to .... (tests-special): ... additions to this variable. * grp/Makefile (tests): Change dependencies to .... (tests-special): ... additions to this variable. * iconv/Makefile (xtests): Change dependencies to .... (xtests-special): ... additions to this variable. * iconvdata/Makefile (tests): Change dependencies to .... (tests-special): ... additions to this variable. * intl/Makefile (tests): Change dependencies to .... (tests-special): ... additions to this variable. Also add $(objpfx)tst-gettext.out. * io/Makefile (tests): Change dependencies to .... (tests-special): ... additions to this variable. * libio/Makefile (tests): Change dependencies to .... (tests-special): ... additions to this variable. * malloc/Makefile (tests): Change dependencies to .... (tests-special): ... additions to this variable. * misc/Makefile (tests): Change dependencies to .... (tests-special): ... additions to this variable. * nptl/Makefile (tests): Change dependencies to .... (tests-special): ... additions to this variable. * nptl_db/Makefile (tests): Change dependencies to .... (tests-special): ... additions to this variable. * posix/Makefile (tests): Change dependencies to .... (tests-special): ... additions to this variable. (xtests): Change dependencies to .... (xtests-special): ... additions to this variable. * resolv/Makefile (tests): Change dependencies to .... (tests-special): ... additions to this variable. (xtests): Change dependencies to .... (xtests-special): ... additions to this variable. * stdio-common/Makefile (tests): Change dependencies to .... (tests-special): ... additions to this variable. (do-tst-unbputc): Remove target. (do-tst-printf): Likewise. * stdlib/Makefile (tests): Change dependencies to .... (tests-special): ... additions to this variable. * string/Makefile (tests): Change dependencies to .... (tests-special): ... additions to this variable. * sysdeps/x86/Makefile (tests): Change dependencies to .... (tests-special): ... additions to this variable. localedata: * Makefile (tests): Change dependencies to .... (tests-special): ... additions to this variable.
* Generate .test-result files for ordinary tests.Tomas Dohnalek2014-02-151-2/+4
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | This patch, an updated version of <https://sourceware.org/ml/libc-alpha/2014-01/msg00193.html>, starts the process of generating explicit PASS or FAIL status for individual glibc tests. It's based on Tomas Dohnalek's patch <https://sourceware.org/ml/libc-alpha/2012-10/msg00278.html>, but is deliberately more minimal: it doesn't try to cover any tests outside of $(tests) / $(xtests) (that's for a later patch), nor does it put the result together in an overall summary file (again, a later patch): it just generates the .test-result files. Thus, this patch keeps the overall logic for when a testsuite run finishes completely unchanged: a test failing will terminate the run. I think we *should* move to a more conventional approach where plain "make check" does not terminate for an individual test failure, unless e.g. you say "make stop-on-test-failure=y check", but that sort of policy change is best done as a separate patch once the infrastructure is in place to generate summary files for completed test runs (which will entirely consist of PASS and XFAIL lines if the testsuite run reaches the point of generating them, until such a policy change is made). Tested x86_64. 2014-02-14 Tomas Dohnalek <tdohnale@redhat.com> Joseph Myers <joseph@codesourcery.com> * Makeconfig (test-name): New variable. (evaluate-test): Likewise. * Makerules (do-test-clean): Remove .test-result files. (common-mostlyclean): Likewise. * Rules ($(objpfx)%.out): Use $(evaluate-test) in both rules. * scripts/evaluate-test.sh: New file.
* Update copyright notices with scripts/update-copyrightsAllan McRae2014-01-011-1/+1
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* Move bench target to benchtestsSiddhesh Poyarekar2013-04-121-30/+0
| | | | The bench target will only be used within the benchtests directory.
* Don't use run-via-rtld-prefix for anything other than testsSiddhesh Poyarekar2013-04-111-1/+1
| | | | | | | | | | run-via-rtld-prefix checks whether the program to be run is a static test and skips if it is. This is fine, except that it assumes that the program to be run is the second $^, which is true only for tests. This change creates an rtld-prefix, which is simply the dynamic linker prefix with the necessary arguments and uses that in the non-test targets.
* Remove evalSiddhesh Poyarekar2013-04-111-1/+1
| | | | It's not needed.
* Update bench.out and bench.out.old only upon completionSiddhesh Poyarekar2013-04-031-5/+6
| | | | | | | Write output from the currently running benchmark into a temporary file and move files around only once the current run is complete. That way we don't lose data from the last two runs due to an incomplete run.
* Echo benchmark that is currently runningSiddhesh Poyarekar2013-04-031-0/+1
| | | | This will be useful when the benchmark has many functions.
* Allow adding of arbitrary code to benchmark testsSiddhesh Poyarekar2013-03-211-1/+5
| | | | | | | This allows us to define custom functions in C code files and benchmark scenarios rather than just functions. The main current use of this is to separate the slow and fast path benchmarks for math functions.
* Framework for performance benchmarking of functionsSiddhesh Poyarekar2013-03-151-1/+26
| | | | See benchtests/Makefile to know how to use it.
* Remove bounded-pointers build system support.Joseph Myers2013-02-151-16/+2
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* Add --enable-hardcoded-path-in-tests configure optionH.J. Lu2013-01-111-6/+17
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* Update copyright notices with scripts/update-copyrights.Joseph Myers2013-01-021-1/+1
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* Support cross-testing.Joseph Myers2012-10-241-2/+3
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* Define and use $(run-built-tests).Joseph Myers2012-10-241-1/+1
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* Framework to test IFUNC implementations on targetH.J. Lu2012-10-111-0/+5
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* Avoid use of libgcc_s and libgcc_eh when building glibc.Joseph Myers2012-07-031-11/+34
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* Replace FSF snail mail address with URLs.Paul Eggert2012-02-091-3/+2
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* Add support for generated PIE link rulesAndreas Schwab2011-05-131-2/+16
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* * Makefile (subdir-target-args): New variable.Roland McGrath2006-02-281-2/+2
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | ($(all-subdirs-targets)): Use it in place of -C option. * Rules: Use $(..) instead of ../ if it's already defined. * Makeconfig (subdir-srcdirs): New variable. * csu/Makefile (all-Banner-files): Use it. * configure.in (--enable-add-ons): Set to "yes" by default. Handle absolute add-on directory names when looking for configure fragments. Also look for sysdeps/*/preconfigure fragments in add-ons. Require add-on configure to set $libc_add_on_canonical, use that in $add_ons_sfx. Substitute add_on_subdirs with computed list of subdir names each add-on configure set in libc_add_on_subdirs. * configure: Regenerated. * Makefile (%/preconfigure: %/preconfigure.in): New pattern rule. * config.make.in (add-on-subdirs): New substituted variable. * Makeconfig (all-subdirs): Include $(add-on-subdirs). Remove $(add-ons), $(sysdep-subdirs). Don't filter out $(sysdep-inhibit-subdirs). ($(common-objpfx)sysd-dirs): Target removed. Don't include it. ($(common-objpfx)sysd-sorted): Rewritten to feed Depend and Subdirs files together to gen-sorted.awk, and $(subdirs) via -v. (subdirs): Remove magic reordering for mach and hurd. * scripts/gen-sorted.awk: Use subdirs from command line. Process Subdirs and Depend files directly. Let Subdirs files use "first dir" and "inhibit dir". Always move elf to the end of the list. * hurd/Depend: New file. * sysdeps/mach/Subdirs: Use "first mach". * Makefile (dist-separate): Remove linuxthreads. (dist-separate-linuxthreads): Variable removed. (glibc-%.tar rule): Use $(sysdeps-add-ons). * Makerules ($(common-objpfx)Versions.v.i): Use $(subdirs), not $(all-subdirs). (sysdep-makefiles): Use $(sysdirs). (sysdirs): Remove export. ($(+sysdir_pfx)sysd-rules): Handle absolute directory names in $(config-sysdirs). (+sysdir_pfx): Variable removed. (sysd-rules): Use $(common-objpfx) in place of it. (sysdirs): Variable moved to ... * Makeconfig (sysdirs): ... here. Handle absolute directory names in $(config-sysdirs). (full_config_sysdirs): Variable removed. * csu/Makefile: Use $(sysdirs) in vpath directive. * math/Makefile (ulps-file): Use $(sysdirs). * sysdeps/gnu/Makefile (errlist-c): Likewise. ($(objpfx)errlist-compat.c): Likewise. * Makeconfig (all-Subdirs-files): Likewise. ($(common-objpfx)config.status): Likewise. * configure.in (sysnames): Handle absolute add-on directory names. (sysdeps_add_ons): New variable, AC_SUBST it. Compute which add-ons contributed sysdeps directories. * configure: Regenerated. * config.make.in (sysdeps-add-ons): New substituted variable. * Makerules (+sysdep_dirs, +sysdep-includes): Variables moved ... * Makeconfig: ... to here. (+sysdep_dirs): Append $(sysdeps-add-ons) here. (+includes): Remove $(objpfx) include, already in $(+sysdep_dirs). Remove $(includes). (sysdep-makeconfigs): Use $(+sysdep_dirs). ($(common-objpfx)shlib-versions.v.i): Likewise. * Makeconfig: Remove hair to set Makeconfig-add-on. * sysdeps/unix/Makefile (sysdirs): Remove export. (asm_CPP): Variable removed. ($(common-objpfx)sysd-syscalls): Pass them directly for the script. * sysdeps/posix/Makefile: New file. * Makerules (L_tmpnam, TMP_MAX, L_ctermid, L_cuserid): Set non-posix values here with ?=. * stdlib/gen-mpn-copy: File removed. * stdlib/Makefile (distribute): Remove it. * configure.in: Don't grok --with-gmp. * configure: Regenerated. * configure.in (libc_cv_idn): Don't check it; libidn/configure does it. * configure: Regenerated. * bare: Directory removed, saved in ports repository.
* * po/.cvsignore: List libc.pot.files, and not any .pot names.Roland McGrath2006-01-081-3/+3
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | * manual/maint.texi (Porting): Don't mention Dist files. * sysdeps/alpha/soft-fp/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/alpha/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/i386/i686/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/i386/soft-fp/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/i386/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/mips/soft-fp/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/mips/mips64/soft-fp/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/mips/mips64/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/mips/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/wordsize-32/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/m68k/fpu/switch/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/m68k/fpu/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/powerpc/powerpc64/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/powerpc/soft-fp/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/powerpc/powerpc32/fpu/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/powerpc/powerpc32/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/powerpc/fpu/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/powerpc/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/common/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/bsd/bsd4.4/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/bsd/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/alpha/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/i386/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/mips/mips64/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/mips/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/m68k/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/powerpc/powerpc64/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/powerpc/powerpc32/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/powerpc/aix/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/powerpc/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/sparc/sparc32/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/sparc/sparc64/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/sparc/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/ia64/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/s390/s390-64/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/s390/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/s390/s390-32/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/sh/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/x86_64/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/hppa/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/unix/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/generic/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/sparc/sparc32/soft-fp/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/sparc/sparc32/sparcv9/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/sparc/sparc32/sparcv8/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/sparc/sparc32/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/sparc/sparc64/soft-fp/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/sparc/sparc64/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/sparc/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/gnu/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/ia64/fpu/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/ia64/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/mach/mips/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/mach/hurd/alpha/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/mach/hurd/i386/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/mach/hurd/mips/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/mach/hurd/powerpc/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/mach/hurd/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/s390/s390-64/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/s390/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/s390/s390-32/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/sh/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/posix/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/ieee754/dbl-64/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/ieee754/ldbl-128/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/ieee754/flt-32/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/ieee754/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/x86_64/soft-fp/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/x86_64/Dist: File removed. * sysdeps/hppa/Dist: File removed. * Makerules (common-clean): Don't remove distinfo file. ($(objpfx)distinfo): Target removed. * manual/Makefile (mostlyclean): Don't remove distinfo file. (glibc-targets): Remove echo-distinfo. * scripts/list-sources.sh: New file. * Makefile (TAGS): New target. * po/Makefile (libc.pot, libc.pot.files): New targets. * Makeconfig (XGETTEXT): New variable. * Makerules ($(..)po/%.pot): Rule removed. (TAGS): Target removed. * Rules (subdir_TAGS): Target removed. * MakeTAGS: File removed. * Makefile (iconvdata/% localedata/% po/% manual/%): Depend on FORCE. * Makeconfig ($(all-Depend-files)): New targets with no-op commands.
* * Rules (subdir_objs, subdir_stubs): New phony targets.Roland McGrath2005-02-101-2/+4
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* (CFLAGS-tst-align.c): Add -mpreferred-stack-boundary=4.Ulrich Drepper2004-12-221-7/+5
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* 2.5-18.1Jakub Jelinek2007-07-121-5/+7
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* Update.Ulrich Drepper2004-11-121-1/+1
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | 2004-11-10 Jakub Jelinek <jakub@redhat.com> * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/setreuid.c: Remove sys/syscall.h, sys/types.h, linux/posix_types.h, sysdep.h and pthread-functions.h includes. Include setxid.h. Use INLINE_SETXID_SYSCALL macro instead of INLINE_SYSCALL, kill the HAVE_PTR__NPTL_SETXID guarded snippets. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/setegid.c: Likewise. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/setuid.c: Likewise. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/seteuid.c: Likewise. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/setgid.c: Likewise. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/setresuid.c: Likewise. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/setresgid.c: Likewise. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/setregid.c: Likewise. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/i386/setegid.c: Likewise. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/i386/setreuid.c: Likewise. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/i386/setuid.c: Likewise. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/i386/seteuid.c: Likewise. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/i386/setgid.c: Likewise. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/i386/setresuid.c: Likewise. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/i386/setresgid.c: Likewise. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/i386/setregid.c: Likewise. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/alpha/setreuid.c: Likewise. Formatting. Change signed int into int. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/alpha/setresuid.c: Likewise. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/alpha/setresgid.c: Likewise. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/alpha/setregid.c: Likewise. * sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/syscalls.list (setresuid, setresgid): Remove. * sysdeps/unix/setxid.h: New file. * Rules (binaries-static): Add xtests-static. * Makeconfig (run-program-prefix): Filter also xtests-static.
* * Makerules (compile-mkdep-flags): Add -MT $@.Roland McGrath2004-06-201-11/+2
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | * Makefile (dist, tag-for-dist): New targets. (files-for-dist, tag-of-stem): New variables. (glibc-%.tar glibc-linuxthreads-%.tar): New pattern rule. Make tar files using cvs export. (%.bz2, %.gz, tag-%): New pattern rules. (distribute): Variable removed. (+subdir_targets): Remove distinfo targets. (echo_subdirs, echo-distinfo, parent_echo-distinfo): Targets removed. (rpm/%): Pattern rule removed. * rpm/Makefile, rpm/rpmrc, rpm/template: Ancient cruft files removed. * Rules (subdir_echo-headers, subdir_echo-distinfo, subdir_dist): Targets removed. * Makerules (dist, subdir_distinfo): Targets removed. ($(objpfx)distinfo): Depend on $(distribute). * Make-dist: File removed.