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Date: 2012-04-23 02:36:33
User: matt
Comment:Added simple helper for creating new tests and megatest areas
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Modified Makefile from [65935ed0bad2bd4f] to [baa18dd99f8c51c1].

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PREFIX=.
CSCOPTS= 
INSTALL=install
SRCFILES = common.scm items.scm launch.scm \
           ods.scm runconfig.scm server.scm configf.scm \
           db.scm keys.scm margs.scm megatest-version.scm \
           process.scm runs.scm tasks.scm tests.scm 

GUISRCF  = dashboard.scm dashboard-tests.scm dashboard-guimonitor.scm dashboard-main.scm

OFILES   = $(SRCFILES:%.scm=%.o)
GOFILES  = $(GUISRCF:%.scm=%.o)

HELPERS=$(addprefix $(PREFIX)/bin/,mt_laststep mt_runstep mt_ezstep)







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PREFIX=.
CSCOPTS= 
INSTALL=install
SRCFILES = common.scm items.scm launch.scm \
           ods.scm runconfig.scm server.scm configf.scm \
           db.scm keys.scm margs.scm megatest-version.scm \
           process.scm runs.scm tasks.scm tests.scm genexample.scm

GUISRCF  = dashboard.scm dashboard-tests.scm dashboard-guimonitor.scm dashboard-main.scm

OFILES   = $(SRCFILES:%.scm=%.o)
GOFILES  = $(GUISRCF:%.scm=%.o)

HELPERS=$(addprefix $(PREFIX)/bin/,mt_laststep mt_runstep mt_ezstep)

Modified genexample.scm from [7449a3004cf98335] to [35a078568515ba67].

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;; 
;;  This program is distributed WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the
;;  implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
;;  PURPOSE.
;;======================================================================

(declare (unit genexample))























(define (genexample:mk-megatest.config path)
  (let ((keystr #f)
	(keys   #f)
	(lntree #f)

	(firstd #f))
    (debug:print 0 "Note: don't worry too much about typos in this process, you will be able to edit
the generated files before starting your first runs")












    ;; first prompt user for fields
    ;;
    (debug:print 0 "First you must specify fields or keys for your megatest area. These will 
be used to organise your runs. One field should probably be \"RELEASE\". 
Other examples of useful fields might be \"PLATFORM\", \"TARGET_OS\" or if you are in the
semiconductor business perhaps things like \"TECHNOLOGY_NODE\", \"DESIGN_KIT\" or \"METAL_STACK\".

The all caps is a convention because the variables you choose will be available to your tests
as environment variables. You can edit these values later but it is generally a good idea to
settle on them and get them right early on. Your runs will be stored in directories specified by
your keys. Example, if you have keys OSFAMILY/VARIANT/OSVER/RELEASE you may get a test \"build\"
in a directory like this: linux/ubuntu/11.04/rev_1.2/build

Please enter your keys now, separated by spaces or slashes. Only alpha-numeric characters. 
Upper case recommended.")

    (set! keystr (read-line))
    (set! keys   (apply append
			(map string-split (string-split keystr "/"))))
    
    ;; Now get the link tree location and a first disk
    (debug:print 0 "Now you need an initial place to store your runs. These are called \"disks\" and you
can add more at any time. To get going provide a writeable directory name. ")

    (set! firstd (read-line))





    (debug:print 0 "Megatest uses a tree of symlinks to provide a uniform structure for finding all the tests
you run over time. Please provide a path where we can create this link tree.")

    (set! lntree (read-line))




    
    (with-output-to-file 
	(lambda ()
	  (print "[fields]")
	  (map (lambda (k)(print k " TEXT")) keys)
	  (print "")
	  (print "[setup]")
	  (print "# Adjust max_concurrent_jobs to limit how much you load your machines")
	  (print "max_concurrent_jobs 50\n")
	  (print "# This is your link path, you can move it but it is generally better to keep it stable")
	  (print "linktree " lntree)






































































































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;; 
;;  This program is distributed WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the
;;  implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
;;  PURPOSE.
;;======================================================================

(declare (unit genexample))
(use posix)

(define genexample:example-logpro
#<<EOF
;; You should have at least one expect:required. This ensures that your process ran
(expect:required in "LogFileBody" > 0 "Put description here" #/put pattern here/)

;; You may need ignores to suppress false error or warning hits from the later expects
;; NOTE: Order is important here!
(expect:ignore   in "LogFileBody"  < 99 "Ignore the word error in comments" #/^\/\/.*error/)
(expect:warning  in "LogFileBody"  = 0 "Any warning" #/warn/)
(expect:error    in "LogFileBody"  = 0 "Any error"  (list #/ERROR/ #/error/)) ;; but disallow any other errors
EOF
)

(define genexample:example-script
#<<EOF
#!/usr/bin/env bash

# Run your step here
EOF
)

(define (genexample:mk-megatest.config)
  (let ((keystr #f)
	(keys   #f)
	(lntree #f)
	(path   #f)
	(firstd #f))
    (print "Note: don't worry too much about typos in this process, you will be able to edit
the generated files before starting your first runs")

    ;; create the needed area
    (print "==================\nWhere can I create your Megatest regresssion/continuous build area? Note, your \n"
	   "tests will not necessarily be run in this area, disk space needs are modest.")
    (display "Enter your megatest directory: ")
    (set! path (read-line))

    (if (not (directory? path))
	(begin
	  (print "The path " path " does not exist or is not a directory. Attempting to create it now")
	  (create-directory path #t)))

    ;; first prompt user for fields
    ;;
    (print "==================\nNext you must specify fields or keys for your megatest area. These will 
be used to organise your runs. One field should probably be \"RELEASE\". 
Other examples of useful fields might be \"PLATFORM\", \"TARGET_OS\" or if you are in the
semiconductor business perhaps things like \"TECHNOLOGY_NODE\", \"DESIGN_KIT\" or \"METAL_STACK\".

The all caps is a convention because the variables you choose will be available to your tests
as environment variables. You can edit these values later but it is generally a good idea to
settle on them and get them right early on. Your runs will be stored in directories specified by
your keys. Example, if you have keys OSFAMILY/VARIANT/OSVER/RELEASE you may get a test \"build\"
in a directory like this: linux/ubuntu/11.04/rev_1.2/build

Please enter your keys now, separated by spaces or slashes. Only alpha-numeric characters. 
Upper case recommended.")
    (display "Enter keys separated by spaces or slashes: ")
    (set! keystr (read-line))
    (set! keys   (apply append
			(map string-split (string-split keystr "/"))))
    
    ;; Now get the link tree location and a first disk
    (print "==================\nNow you need an initial place to store your runs. These are called \"disks\" and you
can add more at any time. To get going provide a writeable directory name. ")
    (display "Enter your test runs directory: ")
    (set! firstd (read-line))
    (if (not (directory? firstd))
	(begin
	  (print "WARNING: you have specified a path " firstd " that does not exist. Attempting to create it...\n")
	  (create-directory firstd #t)))

    (print "==================\nMegatest uses a tree of symlinks to provide a uniform structure for finding all the tests
you run over time. Please provide a path where we can create this link tree.")
    (display "Enter link tree directory: ")
    (set! lntree (read-line))
    (if (not (directory? lntree))
	(begin
	  (print "WARNING: you have specified a path " lntree "that does not exist. Attempting to create it...\n")
	  (create-directory lntree #t)))
    
    (with-output-to-file (conc path "/megatest.config")
      (lambda ()
	(print "[fields]")
	(map (lambda (k)(print k " TEXT")) keys)
	(print "")
	(print "[setup]")
	(print "# Adjust max_concurrent_jobs to limit how much you load your machines")
	(print "max_concurrent_jobs 50\n")
	(print "# This is your link path, you can move it but it is generally better to keep it stable")
	(print "linktree " lntree)
	(print "\n# Job tools are more advanced ways to control how your jobs are launched")
	(print "[jobtools]\nuseshell yes\nlauncher nbfind\n")
	(print "# You can override environment variables for all your tests here")
	(print "[env-override]\nEXAMPLE_VAR example value\n")
	(print "# As you run more tests you may need to add additional disks, the names are arbitrary but must be unique")
	(print "[disks]\ndisk0 " firstd)))

    (print "==================\nI'm now creating a runconfigs.config file for you with a default section.
You can use this file to set variables for your tests based on the \"target\" (the combination
of keys).")
    (with-output-to-file (conc path "/runconfigs.config")
      (lambda ()
	(print "# The variables in the default category will be seen in all runs\n[default]\nALLTESTS see this variable\n")
	
	(print "# Your variables here are grouped by targets [" (string-intersperse keys "/") "]")
	(let ((example-target (string-intersperse (map (lambda (k)(conc k "_val")) keys) "/")))
	  (print "[" example-target "]")
	  (print "ANOTHERVAR only defined if target is " example-target))))

    ;; Now create a test and logpro file
    (print "You now have the basic common files for your megatest setup. Next run \"megatest -gentest\"\n"
	   "to create a test.\n\nThanks for using Megatest. You can edit your config files and create tests\n"
	   "in the " path " directory")))


;;======================================================================
;; create skeleton files for a test
;;======================================================================

(define (genexample:mk-megatest-test testname)
  ;; Gather needed data
  (let ((waiton   #f)
	(priority #f)
	(description #f)
	(steps    '())
	(scripts  '())
	(items    '())
	(rel-path #f))
    (print "We are going to generate a skeleton set of files for your test " testname " Note: do not worry "
	   "too much about typos, you can edit the files when you are done")

    (print "==================\nPlease describe this test. The description will be visible in various dialogs and reports")
    (display "Enter one line description for this test: ")
    (set! description (read-line))

    (print "==================\nDoes this test, " testname ", require any other test be run prior to launch?")
    (display (conc "Enter space delimited list of tests which " testname " must wait for: "))
    (set! waiton (read-line))

    (print "==================\nDo you wish to prioritize the running of this test over other tests? If so")
    (print "enter a number greater than zero here")
    (display "Enter a priority of 0 (default) or higher: ")
    (set! priority (read-line))

    ;; Get the steps
    (print "==================\nNow to enter the one or more steps that make up your test, note; you can add more later")
    (print "Hint; use .sh extension on the script names and we'll create placeholder scripts."

    (let ((stepname   #f)
	  (scriptname #f))
      (let loop ((done #f))
	(display "Enter the name for this step (blank to stop): ")
	(set! stepname (read-line))
	(if (not (equal? stepname ""))
	    (begin
	      (display "Enter the script or progam to run: ")
	      (set! scriptname (read-line))
	      (set! steps (append steps (list (list stepname scriptname))))))
	(if (not (equal? stepname ""))
	    (loop #f))))

    ;; Get the items
    (print "==================\nNext we need to get the variables and values you wish to iterate this test over (blank for none)")
    (let ((varname #f)
	  (values  #f))
      (let loop ((done #f))
	(display "Enter the variable name: ")
	(set! varname (read-line))
	(if (not (equal? varname ""))
	    (begin
	      (display (conc "Enter the space separated list of values for " varname ": "))
	      (set! values (read-line))
	      (set! items (append items (list (conc varname " " values))))))
	(if (not (equal? varname ""))
	    (loop #f))))

    ;; Now create the test
    (cond
     ((file-exists? "megatest.config")         (set! rel-path "./"))
     ((file-exists? "../megatest.config")      (set! rel-path "../"))
     ((file-exists? "../../megatest.config")   (set! rel-path "../../"))
     ((file-exists? "../../../megatest.config")(set! rel-path "../../../"))) ;; good enough dang it.
    (if (not rel-path)
	(begin
	  (print "ERROR: You must run this command in a megatest area under where the megatest.config file exists.")
	  (exit 1))
	(let ((testdir (conc rel-path "tests/" testname)))
	  (create-directory testdir #t)
	  (with-output-to-file (conc testdir "/testconfig")
	    (lambda ()
	      (print "# Add additional steps here. Format is \"stepname script\"\n[ezsteps]")
	      (map (lambda (stp)(print (string-intersperse stp " "))) steps)
	      (print "")
	      (print "# Test requirements are specified here\n[requirements]")
	      (print "waiton " waiton)
	      (print "priority " priority "\n")
	      (print "# Iteration for your tests are controlled by the items section\n[items]")
	      (map print items)
	      (print "")
	      (print "# test_meta is a section for storing additional data on your test\n[test_meta]")
	      (print "author " (get-environment-variable "USER"))
	      (print "owner  " (get-environment-variable "USER"))
	      (print "description " description)
	      (print "tags tagone,tagtwo")
	      (print "reviewed never")))
	  ;; Now create shell scripts (if extension is .sh) and logpro files
	  (for-each (lambda (stp)
		      (let ((stepname (car stp))
			    (script   (cadr stp)))
			(with-output-to-file (conc testdir "/" stepname ".logpro")
			  (lambda ()
			    (print genexample:example-logpro)))
			(with-output-to-file (conc testdir "/" script ".sh")
			  (lambda ()
			    (print genexample:example-script)))
			(system (conc "chmod ug+r " (conc testdir "/" script ".sh")))))
		    steps))))))
	  ;; 

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(declare (uses common))
(declare (uses megatest-version))
(declare (uses margs))
(declare (uses runs))
(declare (uses launch))
(declare (uses server))
(declare (uses tests))


(define *db* #f) ;; this is only for the repl, do not use in general!!!!

(include "common_records.scm")
(include "key_records.scm")
(include "db_records.scm")

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Spreadsheet generation
  -extract-ods fname.ods  : extract an open document spreadsheet from the database
  -pathmod path           : insert path, i.e. path/runame/itempath/logfile.html
                            will clear the field if no rundir/testname/itempath/logfile
                            if it contains forward slashes the path will be converted
                            to windows style




Examples

# Get test path, the '.' is required, could use '*' or a specific path/file
megatest -test-path . -target ubuntu/n%/no% :runname w49% -testpatt test_mt%

Called as " (string-intersperse (argv) " ")))
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			"-server"
			"-extract-ods"
			"-pathmod"
			"-env2file"
			"-setvars"
			"-set-state-status"
			"-debug" ;; for *verbosity* > 2

			"-override-timeout"
			) 
		 (list  "-h"
		        "-force"
		        "-xterm"
		        "-showkeys"
		        "-test-status"
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			"-runall"    ;; run all tests
			"-remove-runs"
			"-usequeue"
			"-rebuild-db"
			"-rollup"
			"-update-meta"


			"-v" ;; verbose 2, more than normal (normal is 1)
			"-q" ;; quiet 0, errors/warnings only
		       )
		 args:arg-hash
		 0))

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      (set! *didsomething* #t)))

(if (args:get-arg "-gui")
    (begin
      (debug:print 0 "Look at the dashboard for now")
      ;; (megatest-gui)
      (set! *didsomething* #t)))











;;======================================================================
;; Update the database schema on request
;;======================================================================

(if (args:get-arg "-rebuild-db")
    (begin







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(declare (uses common))
(declare (uses megatest-version))
(declare (uses margs))
(declare (uses runs))
(declare (uses launch))
(declare (uses server))
(declare (uses tests))
(declare (uses genexample))

(define *db* #f) ;; this is only for the repl, do not use in general!!!!

(include "common_records.scm")
(include "key_records.scm")
(include "db_records.scm")

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Spreadsheet generation
  -extract-ods fname.ods  : extract an open document spreadsheet from the database
  -pathmod path           : insert path, i.e. path/runame/itempath/logfile.html
                            will clear the field if no rundir/testname/itempath/logfile
                            if it contains forward slashes the path will be converted
                            to windows style
Getting started
  -gen-megatest-area      : create a skeleton megatest area. You will be prompted for paths
  -gen-megatest-test      : create a skeleton megatest test. You will be prompted for info

Examples

# Get test path, the '.' is required, could use '*' or a specific path/file
megatest -test-path . -target ubuntu/n%/no% :runname w49% -testpatt test_mt%

Called as " (string-intersperse (argv) " ")))
................................................................................
			"-server"
			"-extract-ods"
			"-pathmod"
			"-env2file"
			"-setvars"
			"-set-state-status"
			"-debug" ;; for *verbosity* > 2
			"-gen-megatest-test"
			"-override-timeout"
			) 
		 (list  "-h"
		        "-force"
		        "-xterm"
		        "-showkeys"
		        "-test-status"
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			"-runall"    ;; run all tests
			"-remove-runs"
			"-usequeue"
			"-rebuild-db"
			"-rollup"
			"-update-meta"
			"-gen-megatest-area"

			"-v" ;; verbose 2, more than normal (normal is 1)
			"-q" ;; quiet 0, errors/warnings only
		       )
		 args:arg-hash
		 0))

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      (set! *didsomething* #t)))

(if (args:get-arg "-gui")
    (begin
      (debug:print 0 "Look at the dashboard for now")
      ;; (megatest-gui)
      (set! *didsomething* #t)))

(if (args:get-arg "-gen-megatest-area")
    (begin
      (genexample:mk-megatest.config)
      (set! *didsomething* #t)))

(if (args:get-arg "-gen-megatest-test")
    (let ((testname (args:get-arg "-gen-megatest-test")))
      (genexample:mk-megatest-test testname)
      (set! *didsomething* #t)))

;;======================================================================
;; Update the database schema on request
;;======================================================================

(if (args:get-arg "-rebuild-db")
    (begin

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			  (car results))))))))))
    
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;; NB// Merge this with test:get-previous-test-run-records? This one looks for all matching tests
;; can use wildcards. 
(define (test:get-matching-previous-test-run-records db run-id test-name item-path)
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			  (car results))))))))))
    
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;; NB// Merge this with test:get-previous-test-run-records? This one looks for all matching tests
;; can use wildcards. Also can likely be factored in with get test paths?
(define (test:get-matching-previous-test-run-records db run-id test-name item-path)
  (let* ((keys    (db:get-keys db))
	 (selstr  (string-intersperse (map (lambda (x)(vector-ref x 0)) keys) ","))
	 (qrystr  (string-intersperse (map (lambda (x)(conc (vector-ref x 0) "=?")) keys) " AND "))
	 (keyvals #f)
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SYSTEM TEXT
RELEASE TEXT

[setup]
# Adjust max_concurrent_jobs to limit how much you load your machines
max_concurrent_jobs 50

# This is your link path, you can move it but it is generally better to keep it stable
linktree ../simplelinks

# Job tools are more advanced ways to control how your jobs are launched
[jobtools]
useshell yes
launcher nbfind

# You can override environment variables for all your tests here
[env-override]
EXAMPLE_VAR example value

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[ezsteps]
step1 step1.sh
step2 step2.sh

# Test requirements are specified here
[requirements]
waiton setup
priority 0

# Iteration for your tests are controlled by the items section
[items]
PARTOFDAY morning noon afternoon evening night

# test_meta is a section for storing additional data on your test
[test_meta]
author matt
owner  matt
description An example test
tags tagone,tagtwo
reviewed never

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(expect:required in "LogFileBody" > 0 "Put description here" #/put pattern here/)

;; You may need ignores to suppress false error or warning hits from the later expects
;; NOTE: Order is important here!
(expect:ignore   in "LogFileBody"  < 99 "Ignore the word error in comments" #/^\/\/.*error/)
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;; NOTE: Order is important here!
(expect:ignore   in "LogFileBody"  < 99 "Ignore the word error in comments" #/^\/\/.*error/)
(expect:warning  in "LogFileBody"  = 0 "Any warning" #/warn/)
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[ezsteps]
step1 step1.sh
step2 step2.sh

# Test requirements are specified here
[requirements]
waiton test1
priority 0

# Iteration for your tests are controlled by the items section
[items]
LANDTYPE desert plains forest jungle beach

# test_meta is a section for storing additional data on your test
[test_meta]
author matt
owner  matt
description Yet another example test
tags tagone,tagtwo
reviewed never