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Revision 1.1, Sun Aug 26 23:03:21 2012 UTC (10 years, 3 months ago) by jmmv
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Add placeholder test programs for share/mk files.

The main goal of this change is to simplify the further addition of test
cases for the share/mk infrastructure by adding a few placeholder test
programs to the tests tree.

To not leave these test programs empty, I have added a bunch of extremely
simple test cases to them.

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# Dumps a file to the test's stdout for debugging purposes.
dump_file() {
	local file="${1}"; shift

	echo "==== BEGIN ${file}"
	cat "${file}"
	echo "==== END   ${file}"
}

# Creates a C source file with a single symbol in it.
#
# The file parameter specifies the path to the file to create, WITHOUT the
# C extension.  Both a source file and a header file are created.  Any
# intermediate directories are created too.
#
# The symbol parameter specifies the name of the symbol to place in the
# module, which is defined as a string holding the name of the module.
create_c_module() {
	local file="${1}"; shift
	local symbol="${1}"; shift

	mkdir -p "$(dirname ${file})"
	echo "extern const char *${symbol};" >"${file}.h"
	echo "const char *${symbol} = \"${file}\";" >"${file}.c"

	dump_file "${file}.h"
	dump_file "${file}.c"
}

# Creates a main C source file that references a set of modules.
#
# The modules to be referenced should have been created with
# create_c_module.  The generated source file ensures that all the modules
# are referenced in some way, which helps in testing that the generated
# binary holds all the necessary objects.
#
# The file parameter specifies the name of the file to create.
#
# The rest of the parameters are module:symbol pairs that specify the
# module to include and the symbol within them to reference.
create_main_using_modules() {
	local file="${1}"; shift

	local modules=
	local symbols=
	for spec in "${@}"; do
		modules="${modules} $(echo ${spec} | cut -d : -f 1)"
		symbols="${symbols} $(echo ${spec} | cut -d : -f 2)"
	done

	echo '#include <stdio.h>' >"${file}"
	for module in ${modules}; do
		echo "#include \"${module}\"" >>"${file}"
	done
	echo 'int main(void) {' >>"${file}"
	for symbol in ${symbols}; do
		echo "printf(\"%s\n\", ${symbol});" >>"${file}"
	done
	echo 'return 0; }' >>"${file}"

	dump_file "${file}"
}

# Creates a mk.conf file and points MAKECONF to it.
#
# The first argument specifies the name of the configuration file to
# create.
#
# The rest of the arguments include a collection of modifiers for the
# generated configuration file and/or a collection of explicit variable
# names and their values to set.
#
# The qualifiers can be one of:
# - owngrp: Override the *OWN and *GRP variables to point to the current
#   user.
create_make_conf() {
	local file="${1}"; shift

	echo "# Test configuration file" >"${file}"
	for arg in "${@}"; do
		case "${arg}" in
		*=*)
			echo "${arg}" >>"${file}"
			;;
		owngrp)
			for class in BIN DOC LIB LINKS MAN; do
				echo "${class}OWN=$(id -un)" >>"${file}"
				echo "${class}GRP=$(id -gn)" >>"${file}"
			done
			;;
		esac
	done

	case "${file}" in
	/*)
		MAKECONF="${file}"; export MAKECONF
		;;
	*)
		MAKECONF="$(pwd)/${file}"; export MAKECONF
		;;
	esac

	dump_file "${file}"
}