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# Script to run all U-Boot tests that use sandbox.
# $1: tests to run (empty for all, 'quick' for quick ones only)
# Runs a test and checks the exit code to decide if it passed
# $1: Test name
# $2 onwards: command line to run
run_test() {
echo -n "$1: "
[ $? -ne 0 ] && failures=$((failures+1))
# SKip slow tests if requested
[ "$1" == "quick" ] && mark_expr="not slow"
# Run all tests that the standard sandbox build can support
run_test "sandbox" ./test/py/ --bd sandbox --build -m "${mark_expr}"
# Run tests which require sandbox_spl
run_test "sandbox_spl" ./test/py/ --bd sandbox_spl --build \
-k 'test_ofplatdata or test_handoff'
# Run tests for the flat-device-tree version of sandbox. This is a special
# build which does not enable CONFIG_OF_LIVE for the live device tree, so we can
# check that functionality is the same. The standard sandbox build (above) uses
run_test "sandbox_flattree" ./test/py/ --bd sandbox_flattree --build \
-k test_ut
# Set up a path to dtc (device-tree compiler) and, a library it
# provides and which is built by the sandbox_spl config.
export PYTHONPATH=${DTC_DIR}/pylibfdt
export DTC=${DTC_DIR}/dtc
run_test "binman" ./tools/binman/binman -t
run_test "patman" ./tools/patman/patman --test
[ "$1" == "quick" ] && skip=--skip-net-tests
run_test "buildman" ./tools/buildman/buildman -t ${skip}
run_test "fdt" ./tools/dtoc/test_fdt -t
run_test "dtoc" ./tools/dtoc/dtoc -t
# This needs you to set up Python test coverage tools.
# To enable Python test coverage on Debian-type distributions (e.g. Ubuntu):
# $ sudo apt-get install python-pytest python-coverage
run_test "binman code coverage" ./tools/binman/binman -T
run_test "dtoc code coverage" ./tools/dtoc/dtoc -T
run_test "fdt code coverage" ./tools/dtoc/test_fdt -T
if [ $failures == 0 ]; then
echo "Tests passed!"
echo "Tests FAILED"
exit 1