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 31
 32"""Unit test for the gtest_xml_output module."""
 33
 34__author__ = "keith.ray@gmail.com (Keith Ray)"
 35
 36import os
 37from xml.dom import minidom, Node
 38
 39import gtest_test_utils
 40import gtest_xml_test_utils
 41
 42
 43GTEST_OUTPUT_SUBDIR = "xml_outfiles"
 44GTEST_OUTPUT_1_TEST = "gtest_xml_outfile1_test_"
 45GTEST_OUTPUT_2_TEST = "gtest_xml_outfile2_test_"
 46
 47EXPECTED_XML_1 = """<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
 48<testsuites tests="1" failures="0" disabled="0" errors="0" time="*" name="AllTests">
 49  <testsuite name="PropertyOne" tests="1" failures="0" disabled="0" errors="0" time="*">
 50    <testcase name="TestSomeProperties" status="run" time="*" classname="PropertyOne" SetUpProp="1" TestSomeProperty="1" TearDownProp="1" />
 51  </testsuite>
 52</testsuites>
 53"""
 54
 55EXPECTED_XML_2 = """<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
 56<testsuites tests="1" failures="0" disabled="0" errors="0" time="*" name="AllTests">
 57  <testsuite name="PropertyTwo" tests="1" failures="0" disabled="0" errors="0" time="*">
 58    <testcase name="TestSomeProperties" status="run" time="*" classname="PropertyTwo" SetUpProp="2" TestSomeProperty="2" TearDownProp="2" />
 59  </testsuite>
 60</testsuites>
 61"""
 62
 63
 64class GTestXMLOutFilesTest(gtest_xml_test_utils.GTestXMLTestCase):
 65  """Unit test for Google Test's XML output functionality."""
 66
 67  def setUp(self):
 68    # We want the trailing '/' that the last "" provides in os.path.join, for
 69    # telling Google Test to create an output directory instead of a single file
 70    # for xml output.
 71    self.output_dir_ = os.path.join(gtest_test_utils.GetTempDir(),
 72                                    GTEST_OUTPUT_SUBDIR, "")
 73    self.DeleteFilesAndDir()
 74
 75  def tearDown(self):
 76    self.DeleteFilesAndDir()
 77
 78  def DeleteFilesAndDir(self):
 79    try:
 80      os.remove(os.path.join(self.output_dir_, GTEST_OUTPUT_1_TEST + ".xml"))
 81    except os.error:
 82      pass
 83    try:
 84      os.remove(os.path.join(self.output_dir_, GTEST_OUTPUT_2_TEST + ".xml"))
 85    except os.error:
 86      pass
 87    try:
 88      os.rmdir(self.output_dir_)
 89    except os.error:
 90      pass
 91
 92  def testOutfile1(self):
 93    self._TestOutFile(GTEST_OUTPUT_1_TEST, EXPECTED_XML_1)
 94
 95  def testOutfile2(self):
 96    self._TestOutFile(GTEST_OUTPUT_2_TEST, EXPECTED_XML_2)
 97
 98  def _TestOutFile(self, test_name, expected_xml):
 99    gtest_prog_path = gtest_test_utils.GetTestExecutablePath(test_name)
100    command = [gtest_prog_path, "--gtest_output=xml:%s" % self.output_dir_]
101    p = gtest_test_utils.Subprocess(command,
102                                    working_dir=gtest_test_utils.GetTempDir())
103    self.assert_(p.exited)
104    self.assertEquals(0, p.exit_code)
105
106    # TODO(wan@google.com): libtool causes the built test binary to be
107    #   named lt-gtest_xml_outfiles_test_ instead of
108    #   gtest_xml_outfiles_test_.  To account for this possibillity, we
109    #   allow both names in the following code.  We should remove this
110    #   hack when Chandler Carruth's libtool replacement tool is ready.
111    output_file_name1 = test_name + ".xml"
112    output_file1 = os.path.join(self.output_dir_, output_file_name1)
113    output_file_name2 = 'lt-' + output_file_name1
114    output_file2 = os.path.join(self.output_dir_, output_file_name2)
115    self.assert_(os.path.isfile(output_file1) or os.path.isfile(output_file2),
116                 output_file1)
117
118    expected = minidom.parseString(expected_xml)
119    if os.path.isfile(output_file1):
120      actual = minidom.parse(output_file1)
121    else:
122      actual = minidom.parse(output_file2)
123    self.NormalizeXml(actual.documentElement)
124    self.AssertEquivalentNodes(expected.documentElement,
125                               actual.documentElement)
126    expected.unlink()
127    actual.unlink()
128
129
130if __name__ == "__main__":
131  os.environ["GTEST_STACK_TRACE_DEPTH"] = "0"
132  gtest_test_utils.Main()