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update gcc from gcc-4.6-20100522 to gcc-4.6-20110318
author nobuyasu <dimolto@cr.ie.u-ryukyu.ac.jp>
date Tue, 22 Mar 2011 17:18:12 +0900
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# `mfdg' - overrides parts of general purpose testcase driver.
# Copyright (C) 1994 - 2001, 2003, 2009, 2010 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
# 
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
# 
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program; see the file COPYING3.  If not see
# <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.


# This is a modified excerpt of dejagnu/lib/dg.exp.

load_lib dg.exp


# dg-test -- runs a new style DejaGnu test
#
# Syntax: dg-test [-keep-output] prog tool_flags default_extra_tool_flags
#
# PROG is the full path name of the file to pass to the tool (eg: compiler).
# TOOL_FLAGS is a set of options to always pass.
# DEFAULT_EXTRA_TOOL_FLAGS are additional options if the testcase has none.

#proc dg-test { prog tool_flags default_extra_tool_flags } {
proc dg-test { args } {
    global dg-do-what-default dg-interpreter-batch-mode dg-linenum-format
    global errorCode errorInfo
    global additional_prunes
    global tool
    global srcdir		;# eg: /calvin/dje/build/gcc/./testsuite/
    global host_triplet target_triplet

    set keep 0
    set i 0
    set dg-repetitions 1 ;# may be overridden by { dg-repetitions N }
    unset_timeout_vars

    if { [string index [lindex $args 0] 0] == "-" } {
	for { set i 0 } { $i < [llength $args] } { incr i } {
	    if { [lindex $args $i] == "--" } {
		incr i
		break
	    } elseif { [lindex $args $i] == "-keep-output" } {
		set keep 1
	    } elseif { [string index [lindex $args $i] 0] == "-" } {
		clone_output "ERROR: dg-test: illegal argument: [lindex $args $i]"
		return
	    } else {
		break
	    }
	}
    }

    if { $i + 3 != [llength $args] } {
	clone_output "ERROR: dg-test: missing arguments in call"
	return
    }
    set prog [lindex $args $i]
    set tool_flags [lindex $args [expr $i + 1]]
    set default_extra_tool_flags [lindex $args [expr $i + 2]]

    set text "\[- A-Za-z0-9\.\;\"\_\:\'\`\(\)\!\#\=\+\?\&\*]*"

    set name [dg-trim-dirname $srcdir $prog]
    # If we couldn't rip $srcdir out of `prog' then just do the best we can.
    # The point is to reduce the unnecessary noise in the logs.  Don't strip
    # out too much because different testcases with the same name can confuse
    # `test-tool'.
    if [string match "/*" $name] {
	set name "[file tail [file dirname $prog]]/[file tail $prog]"
    }

    if {$tool_flags != ""} {
	append name " ($tool_flags)"
    }

    # Process any embedded dg options in the testcase.

    # Use "" for the second element of dg-do-what so we can tell if it's been
    # explicitly set to "S".
    set dg-do-what [list ${dg-do-what-default} "" P]
    set dg-excess-errors-flag 0
    set dg-messages ""
    set dg-extra-tool-flags $default_extra_tool_flags
    set dg-final-code ""

    set additional_prunes ""

    # `dg-output-text' is a list of two elements: pass/fail and text.
    # Leave second element off for now (indicates "don't perform test")
    set dg-output-text "P"

    # Define our own "special function" `unknown' so we catch spelling errors.
    # But first rename the existing one so we can restore it afterwards.
    catch {rename dg-save-unknown ""}
    rename unknown dg-save-unknown
    proc unknown { args } {
	return -code error "unknown dg option: $args"
    }

    set tmp [dg-get-options $prog]
    foreach op $tmp {
	verbose "Processing option: $op" 3
	set status [catch "$op" errmsg]
	if { $status != 0 } {
	    if { 0 && [info exists errorInfo] } {
		# This also prints a backtrace which will just confuse
		# testcase writers, so it's disabled.
		perror "$name: $errorInfo\n"
	    } else {
		perror "$name: $errmsg for \"$op\"\n"
	    }
	    # ??? The call to unresolved here is necessary to clear `errcnt'.
	    # What we really need is a proc like perror that doesn't set errcnt.
	    # It should also set exit_status to 1.
	    unresolved "$name: $errmsg for \"$op\""
	    return
	}
    }

    # Restore normal error handling.
    rename unknown ""
    rename dg-save-unknown unknown

    # If we're not supposed to try this test on this target, we're done.
    if { [lindex ${dg-do-what} 1] == "N" } {
	unsupported "$name"
	verbose "$name not supported on this target, skipping it" 3
	return
    }

    # Run the tool and analyze the results.
    # The result of ${tool}-dg-test is in a bit of flux.
    # Currently it is the name of the output file (or "" if none).
    # If we need more than this it will grow into a list of things.
    # No intention is made (at this point) to preserve upward compatibility
    # (though at some point we'll have to).

    set results [${tool}-dg-test $prog [lindex ${dg-do-what} 0] "$tool_flags ${dg-extra-tool-flags}"];

    set comp_output [lindex $results 0];
    set output_file [lindex $results 1];

    #send_user "\nold_dejagnu.exp: comp_output1 = :$comp_output:\n\n"
    #send_user "\nold_dejagnu.exp: message = :$message:\n\n"
    #send_user "\nold_dejagnu.exp: message length = [llength $message]\n\n"

    foreach i ${dg-messages} {
	verbose "Scanning for message: $i" 4

	# Remove all error messages for the line [lindex $i 0]
	# in the source file.  If we find any, success!
	set line [lindex $i 0]
	set pattern [lindex $i 2]
	set comment [lindex $i 3]
	#send_user "Before:\n$comp_output\n"
	if [regsub -all "(^|\n)(\[^\n\]+$line\[^\n\]*($pattern)\[^\n\]*\n?)+" $comp_output "\n" comp_output] {
            set comp_output [string trimleft $comp_output]
	    set ok pass
	    set uhoh fail
	} else {
	    set ok fail
	    set uhoh pass
	}
	#send_user "After:\n$comp_output\n"

	# $line will either be a formatted line number or a number all by
	# itself.  Delete the formatting.
	scan $line ${dg-linenum-format} line
	switch [lindex $i 1] {
	    "ERROR" {
		$ok "$name $comment (test for errors, line $line)"
	    }
	    "XERROR" {
		x$ok "$name $comment (test for errors, line $line)"
	    }
	    "WARNING" {
		$ok "$name $comment (test for warnings, line $line)"
	    }
	    "XWARNING" {
		x$ok "$name $comment (test for warnings, line $line)"
	    }
	    "BOGUS" {
		$uhoh "$name $comment (test for bogus messages, line $line)"
	    }
	    "XBOGUS" {
		x$uhoh "$name $comment (test for bogus messages, line $line)"
	    }
	    "BUILD" {
		$uhoh "$name $comment (test for build failure, line $line)"
	    }
	    "XBUILD" {
		x$uhoh "$name $comment (test for build failure, line $line)"
	    }
	    "EXEC" { }
	    "XEXEC" { }
	}
	#send_user "\nold_dejagnu.exp: comp_output2= :$comp_output:\n\n"
    }
    #send_user "\nold_dejagnu.exp: comp_output3 = :$comp_output:\n\n"

    # Remove messages from the tool that we can ignore.
    #send_user "comp_output: $comp_output\n"
    set comp_output [prune_warnings $comp_output]

    if { [info proc ${tool}-dg-prune] != "" } {
	set comp_output [${tool}-dg-prune $target_triplet $comp_output]
	switch -glob $comp_output {
	    "::untested::*" {
		regsub "::untested::" $comp_output "" message
		untested "$name: $message"
		return
	    }
	    "::unresolved::*" {
		regsub "::unresolved::" $comp_output "" message
		unresolved "$name: $message"
		return
	    }
	    "::unsupported::*" {
		regsub "::unsupported::" $comp_output "" message
		unsupported "$name: $message"
		return
	    }
	}
    }

    # See if someone forgot to delete the extra lines.
    regsub -all "\n+" $comp_output "\n" comp_output
    regsub "^\n+" $comp_output "" comp_output
    #send_user "comp_output: $comp_output\n"

    # Don't do this if we're testing an interpreter.
    # FIXME: why?
    if { ${dg-interpreter-batch-mode} == 0 } {
	# Catch excess errors (new bugs or incomplete testcases).
	if ${dg-excess-errors-flag} {
	    setup_xfail "*-*-*"
	}
	if ![string match "" $comp_output] {
	    fail "$name (test for excess errors)"
	    send_log "Excess errors:\n$comp_output\n"
	} else {
	    pass "$name (test for excess errors)"
	}
    }

    # Run the executable image if asked to do so.
    # FIXME: This is the only place where we assume a standard meaning to
    # the `keyword' argument of dg-do.  This could be cleaned up.
    if { [lindex ${dg-do-what} 0] == "run" } {
	if ![file exists $output_file] {
	    warning "$name compilation failed to produce executable"
	} else {
	    set testname $name
	    for {set rep 0} {$rep < ${dg-repetitions}} {incr rep} {
		# include repetition number in test name
		if {$rep > 0} { set name "$testname (rerun $rep)" }

		set status -1
		set result [${tool}_load $output_file]
		set status [lindex $result 0];
		set output [lindex $result 1];
		#send_user "After exec, status: $status\n"

		if { "$status" == "pass" } {
		    verbose "Exec succeeded." 3
		} elseif { "$status" == "fail" } {
		    # It would be nice to get some info out of errorCode.
		    if [info exists errorCode] {
			verbose "Exec failed, errorCode: $errorCode" 3
		    } else {
			verbose "Exec failed, errorCode not defined!" 3
		    }
		}
		
		if { [lindex ${dg-do-what} 2] == "F" } {
		    # Instead of modelling this as an xfail (via setup_xfail), 
		    # treat an expected crash as a success.
		    if { $status == "pass" } then { set status fail } else { set status pass }
		    set testtype "crash"
		} else { set testtype "execution" }
		
		$status "$name $testtype test"
		
		if { [llength ${dg-output-text}] > 1 } {
		    #send_user "${dg-output-text}\n"
		    if { [lindex ${dg-output-text} 0] == "F" } {
			setup_xfail "*-*-*"
		    }
		    set texttmp [lindex ${dg-output-text} 1]
		    if { ![regexp $texttmp ${output}] } {
			fail "$name output pattern test"
		    } else {
			pass "$name output pattern test"
		    }
		    verbose -log "Output pattern $texttmp"
		    unset texttmp
		}
	    }
	}
    }

    # Are there any further tests to perform?
    # Note that if the program has special run-time requirements, running
    # of the program can be delayed until here.  Ditto for other situations.
    # It would be a bit cumbersome though.

    if ![string match ${dg-final-code} ""] {
	regsub -all "\\\\(\[{}\])" ${dg-final-code} "\\1" dg-final-code
	# Note that the use of `args' here makes this a varargs proc.
	proc dg-final-proc { args } ${dg-final-code}
	verbose "Running dg-final tests." 3
	verbose "dg-final-proc:\n[info body dg-final-proc]" 4
	if [catch "dg-final-proc $prog" errmsg] {
	    perror "$name: error executing dg-final: $errmsg"
	    # ??? The call to unresolved here is necessary to clear `errcnt'.
	    # What we really need is a proc like perror that doesn't set errcnt.
	    # It should also set exit_status to 1.
	    unresolved "$name: error executing dg-final: $errmsg"
	}
    }

    # Do some final clean up.
    # When testing an interpreter, we don't compile something and leave an
    # output file.
    if { ! ${keep} && ${dg-interpreter-batch-mode} == 0 } {
	catch "exec rm -f $output_file"
    }
}


# 
# Indicate that this test case is to be rerun several times.  This
# is useful if it is nondeterministic.  This applies to rerunning the
# test program only, not rebuilding it.
# The embedded format is "{ dg-repetitions N }", where N is the number
# of repetitions.  It better be greater than zero.
#
proc dg-repetitions { line value } {
    upvar dg-repetitions repetitions
    set repetitions $value
}


# Prune any messages matching ARGS[1] (a regexp) from test output.
proc dg-prune-output { args } {
    global additional_prunes

    if { [llength $args] != 2 } {
	error "[lindex $args 1]: need one argument"
	return
    }

    lappend additional_prunes [lindex $args 1]
}

set additional_prunes ""