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Revision 1.2, Thu Jan 16 04:16:32 2014 UTC (7 years, 10 months ago) by mlelstv
Branch: MAIN
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Adjust default column test to the changed ps -s output.

# $NetBSD: t_ps.sh,v 1.2 2014/01/16 04:16:32 mlelstv Exp $
#
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# ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
# POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
#

# the implementation of "ps" to test
: ${TEST_PS:="ps"}
# tab and newline characters
tab="$(printf '\t')"
# nl="$(printf '\n')" doesn't work
nl='
'

#
# Parse the "keywords" file into a load of shell variables
#
setup_keywords()
{
	# Set variables representing the header text
	# for all normal keywords (except aliases), and
	# for regular expressions to match the text in left- or
	# right-justified columns.
	# For example, head_text_p_cpu="%CPU" head_regexp_p_cpu=" *%CPU".
	while read keyword heading flag
	do
		case "$keyword" in
		''|\#*)	continue
			;;
		esac
		[ x"$flag" = x"ALIAS" ] && continue
		kvar="${keyword}"
		case "${keyword}" in
		%*)	kvar="p_${keyword#%}"
			;;
		esac
		eval head_text_${kvar}=\'"${heading}"\'
		case "${flag}" in
		'')	# right justified
			eval head_regexp_${kvar}=\'" *${heading}"\'
			;;
		LJUST)	# left justified
			eval head_regexp_${kvar}=\'"${heading} *"\'
			;;
		*)	atf_fail "unknown flag in keywords"
			;;
		esac
	done <"$(atf_get_srcdir)/keywords"

	# Now do the aliases.
	while read keyword heading flag
	do
		case "$keyword" in
		''|\#*)	continue
			;;
		esac
		[ x"$flag" != x"ALIAS" ] && continue
		kvar="${keyword}"
		avar="${heading}"
		case "${keyword}" in
		%*)	kvar="p_${keyword#%}"
			;;
		esac
		case "${heading}" in
		%*)	avar="p_${heading#%}"
			;;
		esac
		eval head_text_${kvar}=\"\$head_text_${avar}\"
		eval head_regexp_${kvar}=\"\$head_regexp_${avar}\"
	done <"$(atf_get_srcdir)/keywords"

	# default sets of keywords
	default_keywords='pid tty stat time command'
	j_keywords='user pid ppid pgid sess jobc state tt time command'
	l_keywords='uid pid ppid cpu pri nice vsz rss wchan state tt time command'
	s_keywords='uid pid ppid cpu lid nlwp pri nice vsz rss wchan lstate tt ltime command'
	u_keywords='user pid %cpu %mem vsz rss tt state start time command'
	v_keywords='pid state time sl re pagein vsz rss lim tsiz %cpu %mem command'
}

# Convert a list of keywords like "pid comm" to a regexp
# like " *PID COMMAND *"
heading_keywords_to_regexp()
{
	local keywords="$1"
	local regexp
	regexp="$(echo "$keywords" | \
		sed -E -e 's/\%/p_/g' -e 's/(^| )/\1\$head_regexp_/g')"
	eval regexp=\""${regexp}"\"
	regexp="^${regexp}\$"
	echo "$regexp"
}

#
# Check that a string matches a regexp; use the specified id
# in error or success messages.
#
check_regexp() {
	local id="$1" string="$2" regexp="$3"
	if ! expr "$string" : "$regexp" >/dev/null
	then
		atf_fail "${id}: expected [${regexp}], got [${string}]"
		false
	fi
}

#
# Run "ps $args -p $$"; check that only one line is printed,
# without a preceding header line.
#
check_no_heading_line()
{
	local args="$1"
	local output="$(eval "${TEST_PS} $args -p $$")"
	case "$output" in
	*"$nl"*)
		local firstline="${output%%${nl}*}"
		atf_fail "check_no_heading_line [$args] got [$firstline]"
		;;
	*)
		;;
	esac
}

#
# Run "ps $args"; check that the heading matches the expected regexp.
#
check_heading_regexp()
{
	args="$1"
	regexp="$2"
	actual="$( eval "${TEST_PS} $args" | sed -e 1q )"
	check_regexp "heading [$args]" "${actual}" "${regexp}"
}

#
# Run "ps $args"; check that the heading matches a regexp constructed
# from the specified keywords.
#
check_heading_keywords()
{
	args="$1"
	keywords="$2"
	check_heading_regexp "$args" "$(heading_keywords_to_regexp "$keywords")"
}

#
# Try several variations on "ps $flag", "ps -$flag", etc.,
# and check that the heading always has the correct keywords.
#
check_heading_variations()
{
	flag="$1"
	keywords="$2"
	for args in "$flag" "-$flag" "-$flag$flag -$flag"; do
		check_heading_keywords "$args" "$keywords"
	done
}

atf_test_case default_columns
default_columns_head()
{
	atf_set "descr" "Checks that the default set of columns is correct" \
	                "and also check that the columns printed by the -j," \
	                "-l, -s, -u and -v flags alone are correct"
}
default_columns_body()
{
	setup_keywords
	check_heading_keywords '' "$default_keywords"
	check_heading_variations 'j' "$j_keywords"
	check_heading_variations 'l' "$l_keywords"
	check_heading_variations 's' "$s_keywords"
	check_heading_variations 'u' "$u_keywords"
	check_heading_variations 'v' "$v_keywords"
}

atf_test_case minus_O
minus_O_head()
{
	atf_set "descr" "Checks that 'ps -O foo' inserts columns just after" \
	                "the pid column"
}
minus_O_body()
{
	setup_keywords
	check_heading_keywords '-O %cpu,%mem' \
		"$(echo "${default_keywords}" | sed -e 's/pid/pid %cpu %mem/')"
	check_heading_keywords '-O %cpu -O %mem' \
		"$(echo "${default_keywords}" | sed -e 's/pid/pid %cpu %mem/')"
	check_heading_keywords '-O%cpu -O%mem' \
		"$(echo "${default_keywords}" | sed -e 's/pid/pid %cpu %mem/')"
}

atf_test_case minus_o
minus_o_head()
{
	atf_set "descr" "Checks simple cases of 'ps -o foo' to control which" \
	                "columns are printed; this does not test header" \
	                "overriding via 'ps -o foo=BAR'"
}
minus_o_body()
{
	setup_keywords
	# Keywords for "-o name" override the default display
	check_heading_keywords '-o pid,%cpu,%mem' \
		"pid %cpu %mem"
	check_heading_keywords '-o pid -o %cpu,%mem' \
		"pid %cpu %mem"
	check_heading_keywords '-opid -o %cpu,%mem' \
		"pid %cpu %mem"
	# Space works like comma
	check_heading_keywords '-opid -o "%cpu %mem"' \
		"pid %cpu %mem"
	# Check missing pid
	check_heading_keywords '-o comm' \
		"comm"
	# Check pid present but not first
	check_heading_keywords '-o comm,pid' \
		"comm pid"
}

atf_test_case override_heading_simple
override_heading_simple_head()
{
	atf_set "descr" "Tests simple uses of header overriding via" \
	                "'ps -o foo=BAR'.  This does not test columns " \
	                "with null headings, or headings with embedded" \
	                "space, ',' or '='."
}
override_heading_simple_body()
{
	setup_keywords
	check_heading_regexp '-o pid=PPP -o comm' \
		'^ *PPP '"${head_text_comm}"'$' # no trailing space
	check_heading_regexp '-o pid=PPP -o comm=CCC' \
		'^ *PPP CCC$'
	check_heading_regexp '-o pid,comm=CCC' \
		'^'"${head_regexp_pid}"' CCC$'
	check_heading_regexp '-o pid -o comm=CCC' \
		'^'"${head_regexp_pid}"' CCC$'
	# Check missing pid
	check_heading_regexp '-o comm=CCC' \
		'^CCC$'
	# Check pid present but not first
	check_heading_regexp '-o comm=CCC -o pid=PPP' \
		'^CCC  *PPP$'
	check_heading_regexp '-o comm,pid=PPP' \
		'^'"${head_regexp_comm}"'  *PPP$'
}

atf_test_case override_heading_embedded_specials
override_heading_embedded_specials_head()
{
	atf_set "descr" "Tests header overriding with embedded space," \
	                "',' or '='.  Everything after the first '='" \
	                "is part of the heading."
}
override_heading_embedded_specials_body()
{
	setup_keywords
	# Check embedded "," or "=" in override header.
	check_heading_regexp '-o comm,pid==' \
		'^'"${head_regexp_comm}"'  *=$'
	check_heading_regexp '-o comm,pid=,' \
		'^'"${head_regexp_comm}"'  *,$'
	check_heading_regexp '-o pid=PPP,comm' \
		'^ *PPP,comm$' # not like '-o pid=PPP -o comm'
	check_heading_regexp '-o pid=PPP,comm=CCC' \
		'^ *PPP,comm=CCC$' # not like '-o pid=PPP -o comm=CCC'
	check_heading_regexp '-o comm,pid=PPP,QQQ' \
		'^'"${head_regexp_comm}"'  *PPP,QQQ$'
	check_heading_regexp '-o comm,pid=ppid,tty=state' \
		'^'"${head_regexp_comm}"'  *ppid,tty=state$'
	# Check embedded space or tab in override header.
	check_heading_regexp '-o comm,pid="PPP QQQ"' \
		'^'"${head_regexp_comm}"'  *PPP QQQ$'
	check_heading_regexp '-o comm,pid="PPP${tab}QQQ"' \
		'^'"${head_regexp_comm}"'  *PPP'"${tab}"'QQQ$'
}

atf_test_case override_heading_some_null
override_heading_some_null_head()
{
	atf_set "descr" "Tests simple uses of null column headings" \
	                "overriding via 'ps -o foo=BAR -o baz='.  This" \
	                "does not test the case where all columns have" \
	                "null headings."
}
override_heading_some_null_body()
{
	setup_keywords
	check_heading_regexp '-o pid=PPP -o comm=' \
		'^ *PPP *$'
	check_heading_regexp '-o pid= -o comm=CCC' \
		'^ * CCC$'
	check_heading_regexp '-o pid -o comm=' \
		'^'"${head_regexp_pid}"' *$'
	# Check missing pid
	check_heading_regexp '-o ppid= -o comm=CCC' \
		'^ * CCC$'
	check_heading_regexp '-o ppid=PPP -o comm=' \
		'^ *PPP *$'
	# Check pid present but not first
	check_heading_regexp '-o comm= -o pid=PPP' \
		'^ * PPP$'
	check_heading_regexp '-o comm,pid=' \
		'^'"${head_regexp_comm}"' *$'
	# A field with a null custom heading retains a minimum width
	# derived from the default heading.  This does not apply
	# to a field with a very short (non-null) custom heading.
	#
	# We choose "holdcnt" as a column whose width is likely to be
	# determined entirely by the header width, because the values
	# are likely to be very small.
	check_heading_regexp '-o holdcnt -o holdcnt -o holdcnt' \
		'^HOLDCNT HOLDCNT HOLDCNT$'
	check_heading_regexp '-o holdcnt -o holdcnt= -o holdcnt' \
		'^HOLDCNT         HOLDCNT$'
	check_heading_regexp '-o holdcnt -o holdcnt=HH -o holdcnt' \
		'^HOLDCNT HH HOLDCNT$'
}

atf_test_case override_heading_all_null
override_heading_all_null_head()
{
	atf_set "descr" "Tests the use of 'ps -o foo= -o bar=' (with a" \
	                "null heading for every column).  The heading" \
	                "should not be printed at all in this case."
}
override_heading_all_null_body()
{
	setup_keywords
	# A heading with a space is not a null heading,
	# so should not be suppressed
	check_heading_regexp '-o comm=" "' \
		'^ *$'
	# Null headings should be suppressed
	check_no_heading_line '-o pid= -o comm='
	check_no_heading_line '-o pid= -o comm='
	# Check missing pid
	check_no_heading_line '-o ppid='
	check_no_heading_line '-o comm='
	check_no_heading_line '-o command='
	check_no_heading_line '-o ppid= -o comm='
	check_no_heading_line '-o comm= -o ppid='
	# Check pid present but not first
	check_no_heading_line '-o comm= -o pid='
	check_no_heading_line '-o ppid= -o pid= -o command='
}

atf_test_case duplicate_column
duplicate_column_head()
{
	atf_set "descr" "Tests the use of -o options to display the" \
	                "same column more than once"
}
duplicate_column_body()
{
	setup_keywords
	# two custom headers
	check_heading_regexp '-o pid=PPP -o pid=QQQ' \
		'^ *PPP  *QQQ$'
	# one custom header, before and after default header
	check_heading_regexp '-o pid=PPP -o pid' \
		'^ *PPP '"${head_regexp_pid}"'$'
	check_heading_regexp '-o pid -o pid=QQQ' \
		'^'"${head_regexp_pid}"'  *QQQ$'
	# custom headers both before and after default header
	check_heading_regexp '-o pid=PPP -o pid -o pid=QQQ' \
		'^ *PPP '"${head_regexp_pid}"'  *QQQ$'
}

atf_init_test_cases() {
	atf_add_test_case default_columns
	atf_add_test_case minus_O
	atf_add_test_case minus_o
	atf_add_test_case override_heading_simple
	atf_add_test_case override_heading_embedded_specials
	atf_add_test_case override_heading_some_null
	atf_add_test_case override_heading_all_null
	atf_add_test_case duplicate_column
}