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#! /bin/bash
#
# Parses a results.tap file from SyTest output and a file containing test names (a test whitelist)
# and checks whether a test name that exists in the whitelist (that should pass), failed or not.
#
# An optional blacklist file can be added, also containing test names, where if a test name is
# present, the script will not error even if the test is in the whitelist file and failed
#
# For each of these files, lines starting with '#' are ignored.
#
# Usage ./show-expected-fail-tests.sh results.tap whitelist [blacklist]
results_file=$1
whitelist_file=$2
blacklist_file=$3
fail_build=0
if [ $# -lt 2 ]; then
echo "Usage: $0 results.tap whitelist [blacklist]"
exit 1
fi
if [ ! -f "$results_file" ]; then
echo "ERROR: Specified results file '${results_file}' doesn't exist."
fail_build=1
fi
if [ ! -f "$whitelist_file" ]; then
echo "ERROR: Specified test whitelist '${whitelist_file}' doesn't exist."
fail_build=1
fi
blacklisted_tests=()
# Check if a blacklist file was provided
if [ $# -eq 3 ]; then
# Read test blacklist file
if [ ! -f "$blacklist_file" ]; then
echo "ERROR: Specified test blacklist file '${blacklist_file}' doesn't exist."
fail_build=1
fi
# Read each line, ignoring those that start with '#'
blacklisted_tests=""
search_non_comments=$(grep -v '^#' ${blacklist_file})
while read -r line ; do
# Record the blacklisted test name
blacklisted_tests+=("${line}")
done <<< "${search_non_comments}" # This allows us to edit blacklisted_tests in the while loop
fi
[ "$fail_build" = 0 ] || exit 1
passed_but_expected_fail=$(grep ' # TODO passed but expected fail' ${results_file} | sed -E 's/^ok [0-9]+ (\(expected fail\) )?//' | sed -E 's/( \([0-9]+ subtests\))? # TODO passed but expected fail$//')
tests_to_add=""
already_in_whitelist=""
while read -r test_name; do
# Ignore empty lines
[ "${test_name}" = "" ] && continue
grep "^${test_name}" "${whitelist_file}" > /dev/null 2>&1
if [ "$?" != "0" ]; then
# Check if this test name is blacklisted
if printf '%s\n' "${blacklisted_tests[@]}" | grep -q -P "^${test_name}$"; then
# Don't notify about this test
continue
fi
# Append this test_name to the existing list
tests_to_add="${tests_to_add}${test_name}\n"
fail_build=1
else
already_in_whitelist="${already_in_whitelist}${test_name}\n"
fi
done <<< "${passed_but_expected_fail}"
# TODO: Check that the same test doesn't exist in both the whitelist and blacklist
# TODO: Check that the same test doesn't appear twice in the whitelist|blacklist
# Trim test output strings
tests_to_add=$(IFS=$'\n' echo "${tests_to_add[*]%%'\n'}")
already_in_whitelist=$(IFS=$'\n' echo "${already_in_whitelist[*]%%'\n'}")
# Format output with markdown for buildkite annotation rendering purposes
if [ -n "${tests_to_add}" ] && [ -n "${already_in_whitelist}" ]; then
echo "### 📜 SyTest Whitelist Maintenance"
fi
if [ -n "${tests_to_add}" ]; then
echo "**ERROR**: The following tests passed but are not present in \`$2\`. Please append them to the file:"
echo "\`\`\`"
echo -e "${tests_to_add}"
echo "\`\`\`"
fi
if [ -n "${already_in_whitelist}" ]; then
echo "**WARN**: Tests in the whitelist still marked as **expected fail**:"
echo "\`\`\`"
echo -e "${already_in_whitelist}"
echo "\`\`\`"
fi
exit ${fail_build}