Use Perl to run tests suites with make

- works on Windows too!
- we need Perl to generate/build the test suites anyway
- easier & more flexible (eg, now count total number of tests run)
parent a4f055fe
......@@ -59,12 +59,12 @@ ifndef WINDOWS
find . \( -name \*.gcno -o -name \*.gcda -o -name *.info \) -exec rm {} +
endif
ifndef WINDOWS
check: lib
$(MAKE) -C tests check
test: check
ifndef WINDOWS
# note: for coverage testing, build with:
# make CFLAGS='--coverage -g3 -O0'
covtest:
......
......@@ -431,24 +431,7 @@ else
del /Q /F *.c *.exe
endif
ifndef WINDOWS
check: $(APPS)
echo "Running checks (Success if all tests PASSED)"
RETURN=0; \
for i in $(APPS); \
do \
echo " - $${i}"; \
RESULT=`LD_LIBRARY_PATH=../library ./$${i} | grep -v 'PASS$$' | grep -v -- '----' | grep -v '^$$'`; \
PASSED=`echo $$RESULT |grep PASSED`; \
echo " $$RESULT"; \
if [ "x$$PASSED" = "x" ]; \
then \
echo "**** Failed ***************"; \
RETURN=1; \
fi; \
echo ""; \
done; \
if [ "$$RETURN" -eq 1 ]; then exit 1; fi
perl scripts/run-test-suites.pl
test: check
endif
#!/usr/bin/perl
use warnings;
use strict;
use utf8;
use open qw(:std utf8);
my @suites = grep { ! /\.c$/ } glob 'test_suite_*';
die "$0: no test suite found\n" unless @suites;
# in case test suites are linked dynamically
$ENV{'LD_LIBRARY_PATH'} = '../library';
my $prefix = $^O eq "MSWin32" ? '' : './';
my ($failed_suites, $total_tests_run);
for my $suite (@suites)
{
print "$suite ", "." x ( 72 - length($suite) - 2 - 4 ), " ";
my $result = `$prefix$suite`;
if( $result =~ /PASSED/ ) {
print "PASS\n";
} else {
$failed_suites++;
print "FAIL\n";
}
my ($tests, $skipped) = $result =~ /([0-9]*) tests.*?([0-9]*) skipped/;
$total_tests_run += $tests - $skipped;
}
print "-" x 72, "\n";
print $failed_suites ? "FAILED" : "PASSED";
printf " (%d suites, %d tests run)\n", scalar @suites, $total_tests_run;
exit( $failed_suites ? 1 : 0 );
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