Add test case for GsweTimestamp

This can be run with make check. Other tests are to follow
pull/16/head
Gergely Polonkai 9 years ago
parent cdcf6d1bf5
commit c2a0b6bada

@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
ACLOCAL_AMFLAGS = -I m4
SUBDIRS = swe swe/src swe/doc src po docs/reference/swe-glib data
SUBDIRS = swe swe/src swe/doc src po docs/reference/swe-glib data tests
DISTCHECK_CONFIGURE_FLAGS = --enable-gtk-doc

@ -12,6 +12,12 @@ AC_ARG_ENABLE(debug, [AC_HELP_STRING([--enable-debug], [compile with debugging s
if test "x$enable_debug" = "xyes" ; then
AC_DEFINE([DEBUG], [1], [Define if debugging is enabled])
if test x$cflags_set != xset ; then
case " $CFLAGS " in
*[[\ \ ]]-g[[\ \ ]]*) ;;
*) CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -g" ;;
esac
fi
fi
AC_SUBST([SWE_GLIB_MAJOR_VERSION], [swe_glib_major_version])
@ -37,6 +43,17 @@ GTK_DOC_CHECK([1.19], [--flavour no-tmpl])
GOBJECT_INTROSPECTION_CHECK([1.0])
PKG_PROG_PKG_CONFIG
AC_PATH_PROG([GLIB_MKENUMS], [glib-mkenums])
AC_CANONICAL_HOST
native_win32=no
case "$host" in
*-*-mingw*)
native_win32=yes
;;
esac
AM_CONDITIONAL(OS_WIN32, [test "$native_win32" = "yes"])
AM_CONDITIONAL(OS_UNIX, [test "$native_win32" != "yes"])
AC_PATH_PROG([GTESTER], [gtester])
AC_PATH_PROG([GTESTER_REPORT], [gtester-report])
PKG_CHECK_MODULES([GLIB], [glib-2.0])
PKG_CHECK_MODULES([GOBJECT], [gobject-2.0])
AC_CONFIG_MACRO_DIR([m4])
@ -55,6 +72,7 @@ AC_CONFIG_FILES([
src/Makefile
data/Makefile
po/Makefile.in
tests/Makefile
docs/reference/swe-glib/version.xml
docs/reference/swe-glib/Makefile
data/swe-glib.pc

@ -0,0 +1,192 @@
# glib.mk - Borrowed from GLib
# initialize variables for unconditional += appending
BUILT_SOURCES =
BUILT_EXTRA_DIST =
CLEANFILES = *.log *.trs
DISTCLEANFILES =
MAINTAINERCLEANFILES =
EXTRA_DIST =
TEST_PROGS =
noinst_LTLIBRARIES =
noinst_PROGRAMS =
noinst_SCRIPTS =
noinst_DATA =
check_LTLIBRARIES =
check_PROGRAMS =
check_SCRIPTS =
check_DATA =
TESTS =
### testing rules
# test: run all tests in cwd and subdirs
test: test-nonrecursive
if OS_UNIX
@ for subdir in $(SUBDIRS) . ; do \
test "$$subdir" = "." -o "$$subdir" = "po" || \
( cd $$subdir && $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) $@ ) || exit $? ; \
done
# test-nonrecursive: run tests only in cwd
test-nonrecursive: ${TEST_PROGS}
@test -z "${TEST_PROGS}" || G_TEST_SRCDIR="$(abs_srcdir)" G_TEST_BUILDDIR="$(abs_builddir)" G_DEBUG=gc-friendly MALLOC_CHECK_=2 MALLOC_PERTURB_=$$(($${RANDOM:-256} % 256)) ${GTESTER} --verbose ${TEST_PROGS}
else
test-nonrecursive:
endif
# test-report: run tests in subdirs and generate report
# perf-report: run tests in subdirs with -m perf and generate report
# full-report: like test-report: with -m perf and -m slow
test-report perf-report full-report: ${TEST_PROGS}
@test -z "${TEST_PROGS}" || { \
case $@ in \
test-report) test_options="-k";; \
perf-report) test_options="-k -m=perf";; \
full-report) test_options="-k -m=perf -m=slow";; \
esac ; \
if test -z "$$GTESTER_LOGDIR" ; then \
G_TEST_SRCDIR="$(abs_srcdir)" G_TEST_BUILDDIR="$(abs_builddir)" ${GTESTER} --verbose $$test_options -o test-report.xml ${TEST_PROGS} ; \
elif test -n "${TEST_PROGS}" ; then \
G_TEST_SRCDIR="$(abs_srcdir)" G_TEST_BUILDDIR="$(abs_builddir)" ${GTESTER} --verbose $$test_options -o `mktemp "$$GTESTER_LOGDIR/log-XXXXXX"` ${TEST_PROGS} ; \
fi ; \
}
@ ignore_logdir=true ; \
if test -z "$$GTESTER_LOGDIR" ; then \
GTESTER_LOGDIR=`mktemp -d "\`pwd\`/.testlogs-XXXXXX"`; export GTESTER_LOGDIR ; \
ignore_logdir=false ; \
fi ; \
if test -d "$(top_srcdir)/.git" ; then \
REVISION=`git describe` ; \
else \
REVISION=$(VERSION) ; \
fi ; \
for subdir in $(SUBDIRS) . ; do \
test "$$subdir" = "." -o "$$subdir" = "po" || \
( cd $$subdir && $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) $@ ) || exit $? ; \
done ; \
$$ignore_logdir || { \
echo '<?xml version="1.0"?>' > $@.xml ; \
echo '<report-collection>' >> $@.xml ; \
echo '<info>' >> $@.xml ; \
echo ' <package>$(PACKAGE)</package>' >> $@.xml ; \
echo ' <version>$(VERSION)</version>' >> $@.xml ; \
echo " <revision>$$REVISION</revision>" >> $@.xml ; \
echo '</info>' >> $@.xml ; \
for lf in `ls -L "$$GTESTER_LOGDIR"/.` ; do \
sed '1,1s/^<?xml\b[^>?]*?>//' <"$$GTESTER_LOGDIR"/"$$lf" >> $@.xml ; \
done ; \
echo >> $@.xml ; \
echo '</report-collection>' >> $@.xml ; \
rm -rf "$$GTESTER_LOGDIR"/ ; \
${GTESTER_REPORT} --version 2>/dev/null 1>&2 ; test "$$?" != 0 || ${GTESTER_REPORT} $@.xml >$@.html ; \
}
.PHONY: test test-report perf-report full-report test-nonrecursive
.PHONY: lcov genlcov lcov-clean
# use recursive makes in order to ignore errors during check
lcov:
-$(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) -k check
$(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) genlcov
# we have to massage the lcov.info file slightly to hide the effect of libtool
# placing the objects files in the .libs/ directory separate from the *.c
# we also have to delete tests/.libs/libmoduletestplugin_*.gcda
genlcov:
rm -f $(top_builddir)/tests/.libs/libmoduletestplugin_*.gcda
$(LTP) --directory $(top_builddir) --capture --output-file glib-lcov.info --test-name GLIB_PERF --no-checksum --compat-libtool
LANG=C $(LTP_GENHTML) --prefix $(top_builddir) --output-directory glib-lcov --title "GLib Code Coverage" --legend --show-details glib-lcov.info
@echo "file://$(abs_top_builddir)/glib-lcov/index.html"
lcov-clean:
-$(LTP) --directory $(top_builddir) -z
-rm -rf glib-lcov.info glib-lcov
-find -name '*.gcda' -print | xargs rm
# run tests in cwd as part of make check
check-local: test-nonrecursive
# We support a fairly large range of possible variables. It is expected that all types of files in a test suite
# will belong in exactly one of the following variables.
#
# First, we support the usual automake suffixes, but in lowercase, with the customary meaning:
#
# test_programs, test_scripts, test_data, test_ltlibraries
#
# The above are used to list files that are involved in both uninstalled and installed testing. The
# test_programs and test_scripts are taken to be actual testcases and will be run as part of the test suite.
# Note that _data is always used with the nobase_ automake variable name to ensure that installed test data is
# installed in the same way as it appears in the package layout.
#
# In order to mark a particular file as being only for one type of testing, use 'installed' or 'uninstalled',
# like so:
#
# installed_test_programs, uninstalled_test_programs
# installed_test_scripts, uninstalled_test_scripts
# installed_test_data, uninstalled_test_data
# installed_test_ltlibraries, uninstalled_test_ltlibraries
#
# Additionally, we support 'extra' infixes for programs and scripts. This is used for support programs/scripts
# that should not themselves be run as testcases (but exist to be used from other testcases):
#
# test_extra_programs, installed_test_extra_programs, uninstalled_test_extra_programs
# test_extra_scripts, installed_test_extra_scripts, uninstalled_test_extra_scripts
#
# Additionally, for _scripts and _data, we support the customary dist_ prefix so that the named script or data
# file automatically end up in the tarball.
#
# dist_test_scripts, dist_test_data, dist_test_extra_scripts
# dist_installed_test_scripts, dist_installed_test_data, dist_installed_test_extra_scripts
# dist_uninstalled_test_scripts, dist_uninstalled_test_data, dist_uninstalled_test_extra_scripts
#
# Note that no file is automatically disted unless it appears in one of the dist_ variables. This follows the
# standard automake convention of not disting programs scripts or data by default.
#
# test_programs, test_scripts, uninstalled_test_programs and uninstalled_test_scripts (as well as their disted
# variants) will be run as part of the in-tree 'make check'. These are all assumed to be runnable under
# gtester. That's a bit strange for scripts, but it's possible.
# we use test -z "$(TEST_PROGS)" above, so make sure we have no extra whitespace...
TEST_PROGS += $(strip $(test_programs) $(test_scripts) $(uninstalled_test_programs) $(uninstalled_test_scripts) \
$(dist_test_scripts) $(dist_uninstalled_test_scripts))
if OS_WIN32
TESTS += $(test_programs) $(test_scripts) $(uninstalled_test_programs) $(uninstalled_test_scripts) \
$(dist_test_scripts) $(dist_uninstalled_test_scripts)
endif
# Note: build even the installed-only targets during 'make check' to ensure that they still work.
# We need to do a bit of trickery here and manage disting via EXTRA_DIST instead of using dist_ prefixes to
# prevent automake from mistreating gmake functions like $(wildcard ...) and $(addprefix ...) as if they were
# filenames, including removing duplicate instances of the opening part before the space, eg. '$(addprefix'.
all_test_programs = $(test_programs) $(uninstalled_test_programs) $(installed_test_programs) \
$(test_extra_programs) $(uninstalled_test_extra_programs) $(installed_test_extra_programs)
all_test_scripts = $(test_scripts) $(uninstalled_test_scripts) $(installed_test_scripts) \
$(test_extra_scripts) $(uninstalled_test_extra_scripts) $(installed_test_extra_scripts)
all_dist_test_scripts = $(dist_test_scripts) $(dist_uninstalled_test_scripts) $(dist_installed_test_scripts) \
$(dist_test_extra_scripts) $(dist_uninstalled_test_extra_scripts) $(dist_installed_test_extra_scripts)
all_test_scripts += $(all_dist_test_scripts)
EXTRA_DIST += $(all_dist_test_scripts)
all_test_data = $(test_data) $(uninstalled_test_data) $(installed_test_data)
all_dist_test_data = $(dist_test_data) $(dist_uninstalled_test_data) $(dist_installed_test_data)
all_test_data += $(all_dist_test_data)
EXTRA_DIST += $(all_dist_test_data)
all_test_ltlibs = $(test_ltlibraries) $(uninstalled_test_ltlibraries) $(installed_test_ltlibraries)
check_LTLIBRARIES += $(all_test_ltlibs)
check_PROGRAMS += $(all_test_programs)
check_SCRIPTS += $(all_test_scripts)
check_DATA += $(all_test_data)
# End of glib.mk
LDADD = $(top_builddir)/src/libswe-glib-2.0.la
DEFS = -DG_LOG_DOMAIN=\"SWE-GLib\"
AM_CPPFLAGS = $(GLIB_CFLAGS) $(GOBJECT_CFLAGS) $(LIBSWE_CFLAGS) -I$(top_srcdir)/src
AM_CFLAGS = -g
test_programs = gswe-timestamp-test
TESTS += $(test_programs)

@ -0,0 +1,41 @@
#undef G_DISABLE_ASSERT
#include <glib.h>
#include <glib-object.h>
#include <swe-glib.h>
static void
test_timestamp_jd(void)
{
GsweTimestamp *timestamp;
gdouble jd;
timestamp = gswe_timestamp_new_from_gregorian_full(1983, 3, 7, 11, 54, 45, 0, 1);
g_assert(timestamp);
jd = gswe_timestamp_get_julian_day(timestamp, NULL);
g_assert(jd == 2445400.9553030556999146938323974609375);
g_object_unref(timestamp);
timestamp = gswe_timestamp_new_from_julian_day(jd);
g_assert(timestamp);
g_assert(gswe_timestamp_get_gregorian_year(timestamp, NULL) == 1983);
g_assert(gswe_timestamp_get_gregorian_month(timestamp, NULL) == 3);
g_assert(gswe_timestamp_get_gregorian_day(timestamp, NULL) == 7);
g_assert(gswe_timestamp_get_gregorian_hour(timestamp, NULL) == 11);
g_assert(gswe_timestamp_get_gregorian_minute(timestamp, NULL) == 54);
g_assert(gswe_timestamp_get_gregorian_second(timestamp, NULL) == 45);
g_assert(gswe_timestamp_get_gregorian_microsecond(timestamp, NULL) == 0);
}
int
main(int argc, char **argv)
{
g_test_init(&argc, &argv, NULL);
g_test_add_func("/gswe-timestamp/jd", test_timestamp_jd);
return g_test_run();
}
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