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681 //
684 //Include standard system headers.
685 //
686 #include <stdio.h>
687 #include <string.h>
688 #include <time.h>
690 //Include standard project headers.
691 //
692 #include "../../src_os_unix_win/c___stdinclude/stddefinitions.h"
694 //Include this module's header.
695 //
696 #include "unittest_main.h"
698 //Include the test victims' interfaces.
699 //
700 #include "../../src_os_unix_win/c___app_common/charfunc/charfunc.h"
701 #include "../../src_os_unix_win/c___app_common/md5/md5.h"
702 #include "../../src_os_unix_win/c___app_common/outsf/outsf.h"
703 #include "../../src_os_unix_win/c___app_common/sha1/sha1.h"
705 //Include the other modules in the testing framework.
706 //
707 #include "charfunc_test.h"
708 #include "md5_test.h"
709 #include "outsf_test.h"
710 #include "sha1_test.h"
712 //Forward prototype for help function.
713 static void help_func(int argc, char *argv[], char *envp[], int table_entry, int *arg_no, int *r_code);
714 static void do_nothing_table_func(int argc, char *argv[], char *envp[], int table_entry, int *arg_no, int *r_code);
718 =
719 {
720 {
721 "charfunc",
723 "CHARFUNC (character functions) tests",
724 TRUE, //Is a unit test.
725 FALSE, //Is not the "all unit test" command.
726 FALSE, //Is not the "help" command.
727 FALSE //Initialization of is_to_do is FALSE by default.
728 },
729 {
730 "md5",
731 MD5_TEST_test,
732 "MD5 (MD5 message digest) tests",
733 TRUE, //Is a unit test.
734 FALSE, //Is not the "all unit test" command.
735 FALSE, //Is not the "help" command.
736 FALSE //Initialization of is_to_do is FALSE by default.
737 },
738 {
739 "outsf",
740 OUTSF_TEST_test,
741 "OUTSF (output to stream, formatted) tests",
742 TRUE, //Is a unit test.
743 FALSE, //Is not the "all unit test" command.
744 FALSE, //Is not the "help" command.
745 FALSE //Initialization of is_to_do is FALSE by default.
746 },
747 {
748 "sha1",
749 SHA1_TEST_test,
750 "SHA1 (SHA1 secure hash) tests",
751 TRUE, //Is a unit test.
752 FALSE, //Is not the "all unit test" command.
753 FALSE, //Is not the "help" command.
754 FALSE //Initialization of is_to_do is FALSE by default.
755 },
756 {
757 "allut",
758 do_nothing_table_func,
759 "Execute all unit tests sequentially, halting on the any failure",
760 FALSE, //Is not a unit test.
761 TRUE, //Is the "all unit test" command.
762 FALSE, //Is not the "help" command.
763 FALSE //Initialization of is_to_do is FALSE by default.
764 },
765 {
766 "help",
767 help_func,
768 "Display list of commands and options",
769 FALSE, //Is not a unit test.
770 FALSE, //Is not the "all unit test" command.
771 TRUE, //Is the "help" command.
772 FALSE //Initialization of is_to_do is FALSE by default.
773 },
774 {
775 //Table termination marker. All 0's.
776 NULL,
777 NULL,
778 NULL,
779 FALSE,
780 FALSE,
781 FALSE,
783 }
784 };
787 //The help function. This just prints out the list of possible tests and/or commands.
788 //
789 static void help_func(int argc, char *argv[], char *envp[], int table_entry, int *arg_no, int *r_code)
790 {
791 int i, j;
792 int max;
793 int len;
795 //Make one pass over the list to figure out the max of the length of command string.
796 max = 0;
797 for (i=0; lut[i].parstring != NULL; i++)
798 {
799 len = strlen(lut[i].parstring);
800 if (len > max)
801 max = len;
802 }
804 printf("Command-line options and commands are processed without respect to order.\n");
805 printf("Options and commands:\n");
807 for (i=0; lut[i].parstring != NULL; i++)
808 {
809 printf(" ");
810 printf("%s", lut[i].parstring);
811 for (j=strlen(lut[i].parstring); j<max; j++)
812 printf(" ");
813 printf(" : ");
814 printf("%s.\n", lut[i].descstring);
815 }
817 OUTSF_hline_stdout(1);
819 *r_code = 0;
820 }
823 //This function just is the right type to populate the lookup table and does nothing
824 //
825 static void do_nothing_table_func(int argc, char *argv[], char *envp[], int table_entry, int *arg_no, int *r_code)
826 {
827 }
830 static void dump_time(char *p)
831 {
832 while ((*p != 0) && (*p != '\n'))
833 {
834 printf("%c", *p);
835 p++;
836 }
837 }
840 static void exec_begins(void)
841 {
842 time_t gotten_time;
843 char *tbptr;
845 OUTSF_hline_stdout(2);
846 gotten_time = time(NULL);
847 tbptr = ctime(&gotten_time);
848 printf("Execution begins at ");
849 dump_time(tbptr);
850 printf(".\n");
851 OUTSF_hline_stdout(2);
852 }
855 static void exec_ends(void)
856 {
857 time_t gotten_time;
858 char *tbptr;
860 OUTSF_hline_stdout(2);
861 gotten_time = time(NULL);
862 tbptr = ctime(&gotten_time);
863 printf("Execution ends at ");
864 dump_time(tbptr);
865 printf(".\n");
866 OUTSF_hline_stdout(2);
867 }
869 //Marks all unit tests in the table to-do
870 //
871 static void mark_all_unit_tests_to_do(void)
872 {
873 int table_entry;
875 for (table_entry = 0; lut[table_entry].parstring != NULL; table_entry++)
876 {
877 if (lut[table_entry].is_unit_test)
878 lut[table_entry].is_to_do = TRUE;
879 }
880 }
883 int main(int argc, char *argv[], char *envp[])
884 {
885 int r_code = 0;
886 int table_entry = 0;
887 int arg_cur = 0;
889 //Print the "Execution Begins" banner.
890 exec_begins();
892 if (argc <= 1)
893 {
894 /* Not enough parameters have been passed. Invoke the help function
895 ** to output helpful information.
896 */
897 help_func(argc, argv, envp, -1, &arg_cur, &r_code);
898 r_code = 1; //Failing to specify right number of args is always a no-no.
899 }
900 else
901 {
902 //First, mark the table's to-do field with unit-tests we are commanded to do.
903 for (arg_cur = 1; arg_cur < argc; arg_cur++) /* For each parameter beyond the progname. */
904 {
905 for (table_entry = 0; lut[table_entry].parstring != NULL; table_entry++)
906 {
907 if (! strcmp(argv[arg_cur], lut[table_entry].parstring))
908 {
909 if (lut[table_entry].is_unit_test) //Mark ordinary test to do.
910 {
911 lut[table_entry].is_to_do = TRUE;
912 break;
913 }
914 else if (lut[table_entry].is_all_unit_test_cmd) //Do all unit tests.
915 {
916 mark_all_unit_tests_to_do();
917 break;
918 }
919 else if (lut[table_entry].is_help_cmd) //Do all unit tests.
920 {
921 lut[table_entry].is_to_do = TRUE;
922 break;
923 }
924 }
925 }
927 /* If we've exited at the NULL pointer, the argument was not found. This is an error. */
928 if (lut[table_entry].parstring == NULL)
929 {
930 printf("Unrecognized option or command \"%s\". Terminating.\n", argv[arg_cur]);
931 r_code = 1;
932 break;
933 }
934 }
936 //If the return code has not been set to !=0 (indicating an error), go through and
937 //execute the unit tests that have been set as "to-do".
938 if (!r_code)
939 {
940 for (table_entry = 0; lut[table_entry].parstring != NULL; table_entry++)
941 {
942 if (lut[table_entry].is_to_do)
943 {
944 if (lut[table_entry].is_unit_test)
945 {
946 //If this is a unit test, indicate what we're doing.
947 printf("Executing unit test.\n");
948 printf(" Table index : %d.\n", table_entry);
949 printf(" Unit test command tag : %s.\n", lut[table_entry].parstring);
950 printf(" Unit test description : %s.\n", lut[table_entry].descstring);
951 OUTSF_hline_stdout(2);
952 }
954 (*(lut[table_entry].fptr))(argc, argv, envp, table_entry, &arg_cur, &r_code);
955 /* Call the function pointer. */
957 //If the r_code was set non-zero, error, bail.
958 if (r_code)
959 break;
960 }
961 }
963 /* If the called function has returned a non-zero return code, fail the test. */
964 if (r_code)
965 {
966 OUTSF_hline_stdout(2);
967 OUTSF_hline_stdout(2);
968 OUTSF_hline_stdout(2);
969 printf("Test Failure! Test failure!\n");
970 printf("Test Failure! Test failure!\n");
971 printf("Test Failure! Test failure!\n");
972 OUTSF_hline_stdout(2);
973 OUTSF_hline_stdout(2);
974 OUTSF_hline_stdout(2);
975 }
976 }
977 }
979 //Emit info about the return code.
980 printf("Return code is: %d.\n", r_code);
982 //Print the "Execution Ends" banner.
983 exec_ends();
985 return(r_code);
986 }

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