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commit 50340afa8a166091644dc72230dabff7a132ac11
parent 0c1157ab7b327eb24b8692a5889ba5fe76a2aacc
Author: Roberto E. Vargas Caballero <k0ga@shike2.com>
Date:   Mon, 11 Jan 2016 11:09:29 +0100

Split output and errors in tests

It was a bit ugly to have stderr mixed with stdout.
This new form allows a better understanding of what
is the actual output of the program.

Diffstat:
cc1/Makefile | 2+-
cc1/tests/chktest.sh | 22+++++++++++++---------
cc1/tests/test001.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test002.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test003.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test004.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test005.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test006.c | 5++++-
cc1/tests/test007.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test008.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test009.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test010.c | 5++++-
cc1/tests/test011.c | 5++++-
cc1/tests/test012.c | 5++++-
cc1/tests/test013.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test014.c | 19+++++++++++--------
cc1/tests/test015.c | 5++++-
cc1/tests/test016.c | 7+++++--
cc1/tests/test017.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test018.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test019.c | 5++++-
cc1/tests/test020.c | 7+++++--
cc1/tests/test021.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test022.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test023.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test024.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test025.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test026.c | 5++++-
cc1/tests/test027.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test028.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test029.c | 7+++++--
cc1/tests/test030.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test031.c | 14+++-----------
cc1/tests/test032.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test033.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test034.c | 7+++++--
cc1/tests/test035.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test036.c | 5++++-
cc1/tests/test037.c | 9++++++---
cc1/tests/test038.c | 5++++-
cc1/tests/test039.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test040.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test041.c | 15+++++++++------
cc1/tests/test042.c | 5++++-
cc1/tests/test043.c | 3+++
cc1/tests/test044.c | 13++++++++-----
cc1/tests/update.sh | 15++++++++++++---
47 files changed, 198 insertions(+), 64 deletions(-)

diff --git a/cc1/Makefile b/cc1/Makefile @@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ cpp: cc1 ln -f cc1 cpp test: - cd tests && ./chktest.sh + cd tests && ./chktest.sh *.c clean: rm -f $(OBJS) diff --git a/cc1/tests/chktest.sh b/cc1/tests/chktest.sh @@ -1,22 +1,26 @@ #!/bin/sh out=/tmp/$$.out +err=/tmp/$$.err chk=/tmp/$$.chk +tst=/tmp/$$.tst -trap "rm -f $out $chk" EXIT INT QUIT HUP +trap "rm -f $out $chk $err $tst" EXIT INT QUIT HUP rm -f test.log -for i in *.c +for i do - rm -f $out $chk - awk '/^name:/ {printf "Running %s ", $2} - /^output:$/ {copyon=1; next} - /^\*\// {copyon=0; next} - copyon==1 {print > "'$chk'"}' $i + rm -f $chk + awk '/^name:/ {printf "Running %s ", $2} + /^error:$/ {copyon=1; next} + /^$/ || /^output:$/ {next;} + /^\*\// {copyon=0; next} + copyon==1 {print > "'$chk'"}' $i - ../cc1 -I. -w $i > $out 2>&1 + ../cc1 -I. -w $i > $out 2>$err echo $i >> test.log - if diff -c $chk $out >> test.log + cat $err $out > $tst + if diff -c $chk $tst >> test.log then echo [OK] else diff --git a/cc1/tests/test001.c b/cc1/tests/test001.c @@ -1,6 +1,8 @@ /* name: TEST001 description: Basic hello world test +error: + output: F3 I P E X4 F3 printf @@ -11,6 +13,7 @@ G6 F5 main X4 "68656C6C6F20776F726C640A 'P pP cI r #I0 } + */ #include <stdio.h> diff --git a/cc1/tests/test002.c b/cc1/tests/test002.c @@ -1,6 +1,8 @@ /* name: TEST002 description: Test forward references before definition of types +error: + output: G4 P x F7 I @@ -25,6 +27,7 @@ L14 b L13 } + */ struct S *x; diff --git a/cc1/tests/test003.c b/cc1/tests/test003.c @@ -1,6 +1,8 @@ /* name: TEST003 description: Select function to call inside ternary operator +error: + output: F1 I G2 F1 foo @@ -18,6 +20,7 @@ G4 F1 main \ r G2 cI } + */ int diff --git a/cc1/tests/test004.c b/cc1/tests/test004.c @@ -1,6 +1,8 @@ /* name: TEST004 description: Test integer operations +error: + output: F1 I E G2 F1 main @@ -27,6 +29,7 @@ A3 I x L4 r #I0 } + */ int diff --git a/cc1/tests/test005.c b/cc1/tests/test005.c @@ -1,6 +1,8 @@ /* name: TEST005 description: Test unary integer operations +error: + output: F1 I E G2 F1 main @@ -17,6 +19,7 @@ A3 I x L4 r #I0 } + */ diff --git a/cc1/tests/test006.c b/cc1/tests/test006.c @@ -1,10 +1,12 @@ /* name: TEST006 description: Basic test for if -output: +error: test006.c:6: warning: conditional expression is constant test006.c:8: warning: conditional expression is constant test006.c:11: warning: conditional expression is constant + +output: G1 K c F2 I E G3 F2 main @@ -32,6 +34,7 @@ L7 L5 r #I1 } + */ char c; diff --git a/cc1/tests/test007.c b/cc1/tests/test007.c @@ -1,6 +1,8 @@ /* name: TEST007 description: basic while test +error: + output: F1 I E G2 F1 main @@ -18,6 +20,7 @@ L6 L5 r A3 } + */ int diff --git a/cc1/tests/test008.c b/cc1/tests/test008.c @@ -1,6 +1,8 @@ /* name: TEST008 description: Basic do while loop +error: + output: F1 I E G2 F1 main @@ -22,6 +24,7 @@ L6 L7 r A3 #I14 -I } + */ int diff --git a/cc1/tests/test009.c b/cc1/tests/test009.c @@ -1,6 +1,8 @@ /* name: TEST009 description: Basic test for loops +error: + output: F1 I E G2 F1 main @@ -21,6 +23,7 @@ L5 L7 r #I0 } + */ int diff --git a/cc1/tests/test010.c b/cc1/tests/test010.c @@ -1,10 +1,12 @@ /* name: TEST010 description: Test for continue and break statements -output: +error: test010.c:9: warning: conditional expression is constant test010.c:11: warning: conditional expression is constant test010.c:31: warning: conditional expression is constant + +output: F1 I E G2 F1 main { @@ -57,6 +59,7 @@ L17 L16 r A3 #IF -I } + */ #line 1 diff --git a/cc1/tests/test011.c b/cc1/tests/test011.c @@ -1,9 +1,11 @@ /* name: TEST011 description: Basic test for goto -output: +error: test011.c:14: warning: 'foo' defined but not used test011.c:14: warning: 'start' defined but not used + +output: F1 I E G2 F1 main { @@ -18,6 +20,7 @@ L6 j L5 r #I1 } + */ #line 1 diff --git a/cc1/tests/test012.c b/cc1/tests/test012.c @@ -1,8 +1,10 @@ /* name: TEST012 description: Basic switch test -output: +error: test012.c:39: warning: 'foo' defined but not used + +output: F1 I E G2 F1 main { @@ -69,6 +71,7 @@ L23 f L26 L22 } + */ #line 1 diff --git a/cc1/tests/test013.c b/cc1/tests/test013.c @@ -4,6 +4,8 @@ description: Basic test of integer types and integer conversions comments: This test depends of the configuration in the type system. With the current configuration char is equal to unsigned char, short is equal to int, and unsigned short is equal to unsigned. +error: + output: G1 I a G2 N b @@ -131,6 +133,7 @@ G13 F12 main G11 G10 gN :N G11 G9 gN :N } + */ int a; diff --git a/cc1/tests/test014.c b/cc1/tests/test014.c @@ -1,7 +1,7 @@ /* name: TEST014 description: Basic storage class test -output: +error: test014.c:16: warning: 'a' defined but not used test014.c:16: warning: 'k' defined but not used test014.c:16: warning: 'j' defined but not used @@ -11,6 +11,15 @@ test014.c:22: warning: 'par' defined but not used test014.c:22: warning: 'par' defined but not used test014.c:27: warning: 'par' defined but not used test014.c:29: error: incorrect storage class for file-scope declaration +test014.c:29: error: invalid storage class for function 'd' +test014.c:32: error: bad storage class in function parameter +test014.c:33: error: invalid storage class for function 'func4' +test014.c:34: error: invalid type specification +test014.c:35: warning: 'f' defined but not used +test014.c:35: warning: 'par' defined but not used +test014.c:38: error: conflicting types for 'd' + +output: G1 I a Y2 K b X3 I c @@ -37,13 +46,7 @@ T17 F13 func3 R16 I par \ } -test014.c:29: error: invalid storage class for function 'd' -test014.c:32: error: bad storage class in function parameter -test014.c:33: error: invalid storage class for function 'func4' -test014.c:34: error: invalid type specification -test014.c:35: warning: 'f' defined but not used -test014.c:35: warning: 'par' defined but not used -test014.c:38: error: conflicting types for 'd' + */ #line 1 diff --git a/cc1/tests/test015.c b/cc1/tests/test015.c @@ -1,8 +1,10 @@ /* name: TEST015 description: Stress namespace mechanism +error: +test015.c:55: error: label 's' already defined + output: -test015.c:52: error: label 's' already defined S8 s2 M9 I s S5 s1 @@ -21,6 +23,7 @@ A17 I s r A17 r A16 M11 .S5 M6 .I A16 M11 .S5 M10 .S8 M9 .I +I L15 + */ typedef struct s s; diff --git a/cc1/tests/test016.c b/cc1/tests/test016.c @@ -1,8 +1,11 @@ /* name: TEST016 description: Basic pointer test -output: +error: test016.c:43: error: redefinition of 'func2' +test016.c:47: error: incompatible types when assigning + +output: G1 I g F2 I G3 F2 func1 @@ -39,7 +42,7 @@ L14 A11 #P0 :P r A10 } -test016.c:47: error: incompatible types when assigning + */ #line 1 diff --git a/cc1/tests/test017.c b/cc1/tests/test017.c @@ -1,6 +1,8 @@ /* name: TEST017 description: Basic test about pointers and structs +error: + output: F9 I E G10 F9 main @@ -24,6 +26,7 @@ L13 L14 r #I0 } + */ #line 1 diff --git a/cc1/tests/test018.c b/cc1/tests/test018.c @@ -1,6 +1,8 @@ /* name: TEST018 description: Basic test for arrays +error: + output: F1 I E G2 F1 main @@ -31,6 +33,7 @@ L15 L16 r #I0 } + */ #line 1 diff --git a/cc1/tests/test019.c b/cc1/tests/test019.c @@ -2,9 +2,11 @@ /* name: TEST019 description: Basic test of constant folding in integer arithmetic operations -output: +error: test019.c:13: warning: division by 0 test019.c:14: warning: division by 0 + +output: F1 I G2 F1 main { @@ -30,6 +32,7 @@ A3 I i A3 #I1 :I A3 #I0 :I } + */ #line 1 diff --git a/cc1/tests/test020.c b/cc1/tests/test020.c @@ -2,9 +2,11 @@ /* name: TEST020 description: Basic test for integer algebraic identities +error: +test020.c:84: warning: division by 0 +test020.c:85: warning: division by 0 + output: -test020.c:81: warning: division by 0 -test020.c:82: warning: division by 0 F1 I G2 F1 main { @@ -42,6 +44,7 @@ A3 I i A3 A3 #I0 /I :I A3 A3 #I0 %I :I } + */ int diff --git a/cc1/tests/test021.c b/cc1/tests/test021.c @@ -3,6 +3,8 @@ name: TEST021 description: Basic test for char constants comments: This test is done for z80 implementation +error: + output: F1 I G2 F1 main @@ -21,6 +23,7 @@ A4 C sc A4 #C1 :C A4 #C41 :C } + */ int diff --git a/cc1/tests/test022.c b/cc1/tests/test022.c @@ -3,6 +3,8 @@ name: TEST022 description: Basic test for int constants comments: This test is done for z80 data types +error: + output: F1 I G2 F1 main @@ -28,6 +30,7 @@ A4 N u A4 #N0 :N r #I0 } + */ int diff --git a/cc1/tests/test023.c b/cc1/tests/test023.c @@ -3,6 +3,8 @@ name: TEST023 description: Basic test for long constants comments: This test is done for z80 data types +error: + output: F1 I G2 F1 main @@ -28,6 +30,7 @@ A4 Z u A4 #Z0 :Z r #I0 } + */ int diff --git a/cc1/tests/test024.c b/cc1/tests/test024.c @@ -3,6 +3,8 @@ name: TEST024 description: Basic test for long long constants comments: This test is done for z80 data types +error: + output: F1 I G2 F1 main @@ -26,6 +28,7 @@ A4 O u A4 #O0 :O r #I0 } + */ int diff --git a/cc1/tests/test025.c b/cc1/tests/test025.c @@ -2,6 +2,8 @@ /* name: TEST025 descritpion: Test of ifdef and ifndef +error: + output: G1 I a G2 I b @@ -13,6 +15,7 @@ G7 I e_ G8 I f_ G9 I h G10 I i + */ #define FOO diff --git a/cc1/tests/test026.c b/cc1/tests/test026.c @@ -2,6 +2,8 @@ /* name: TEST026 descritpion: Test of predefined cpp macros +error: + output: F2 I G3 F2 main @@ -10,12 +12,13 @@ G3 F2 main A4 I y A6 P p A6 "746573743032362E63 'P :P - A4 #I1E :I + A4 #I21 :I A4 #I1 :I A4 #I1 :I A4 #I1 :I A4 #I1 :I } + */ #define x(y) (y) diff --git a/cc1/tests/test027.c b/cc1/tests/test027.c @@ -2,6 +2,8 @@ /* name: TEST027 description: Test of cpp stringizer +error: + output: F2 I G3 F2 main @@ -11,6 +13,7 @@ A5 P p A5 "68656C6C6F20697320626574746572207468616E20627965 'P :P r A5 @K gI } + */ #define x(y) #y diff --git a/cc1/tests/test028.c b/cc1/tests/test028.c @@ -2,6 +2,8 @@ /* name: TEST028 description: Test of reinterpretation in define +error: + output: F5 P G6 F5 foo @@ -9,6 +11,7 @@ G6 F5 foo \ r "6869 'P } + */ diff --git a/cc1/tests/test029.c b/cc1/tests/test029.c @@ -5,8 +5,11 @@ description: Test of nested expansion and refusing macro without arguments comments: f(2) will expand to 2*g, which will expand to 2*f, and in this moment f will not be expanded because the macro definition is a function alike macro, and in this case there is no arguments. +error: +test029.c:37: error: redefinition of 'f1' +test029.c:38: error: 'f' undeclared + output: -test029.c:34: error: redefinition of 'f1' F2 I G3 F2 f1 { @@ -14,7 +17,7 @@ G3 F2 f1 A4 I f A4 #I2 *I } -test029.c:35: error: 'f' undeclared + */ diff --git a/cc1/tests/test030.c b/cc1/tests/test030.c @@ -2,6 +2,8 @@ /* name: TEST030 description: Basic test for vararg functions +error: + output: F13 I S2 P I E G14 F13 f1 @@ -31,6 +33,7 @@ A18 S2 f G14 A18 pS2 A18 'P pP #I2 pI #I1 pI A18 pS2 A18 'P pP cI r #I0 } + */ struct foo { diff --git a/cc1/tests/test031.c b/cc1/tests/test031.c @@ -2,18 +2,10 @@ /* name: TEST031 description: Test concatenation in preprocessor +error: + output: -F5 I -G6 F5 main -{ -\ -A7 I foo -A8 I bar -A9 I foobar - A9 A7 A8 +I :I - A9 A7 A8 +I :I - r #I0 -} + */ #define CAT(x,y) x ## y diff --git a/cc1/tests/test032.c b/cc1/tests/test032.c @@ -2,6 +2,8 @@ /* name: TEST032 description: test special characters @ and $ in macro definitions +error: + output: F3 I G4 F3 main @@ -11,6 +13,7 @@ A6 P p A6 "54686973206973206120737472696E672024206F722023206F72202323616E64206974206973206F6B2021 'P :P r A6 #P0 !I } + */ #define M1(x) "This is a string $ or # or ##" ## #x diff --git a/cc1/tests/test033.c b/cc1/tests/test033.c @@ -1,8 +1,11 @@ /* name: TEST033 description: test for #if defined() +error: + output: G1 I c + */ #if defined(FOO) diff --git a/cc1/tests/test034.c b/cc1/tests/test034.c @@ -2,8 +2,11 @@ /* name: TEST034 description: Basic test for incomplete structures +error: +test034.c:48: error: declared variable 'bar' of incomplete type +test034.c:48: error: redeclaration of 'bar' + output: -test034.c:45: error: declared variable 'bar' of incomplete type X3 S2 x F4 I E X5 F4 foo @@ -20,7 +23,7 @@ G5 F4 foo r X3 M9 .I } X13 S11 bar2 -test034.c:45: error: redeclaration of 'bar' + */ extern struct X x; diff --git a/cc1/tests/test035.c b/cc1/tests/test035.c @@ -2,6 +2,8 @@ /* name: TEST035 description: Basic test for enumerations +error: + output: F6 I E G7 F6 main @@ -23,6 +25,7 @@ L11 L12 r #I0 } + */ enum E { diff --git a/cc1/tests/test036.c b/cc1/tests/test036.c @@ -2,8 +2,10 @@ /* name: TEST036 description: Duff's device +error: +test036.c:63: warning: type defaults to 'int' in declaration + output: -test036.c:60: warning: type defaults to 'int' in declaration F4 I E G5 F4 send { @@ -48,6 +50,7 @@ L9 v L10 #I0 L8 } + */ /* Disgusting, no? But it compiles and runs just fine. I feel a combination of diff --git a/cc1/tests/test037.c b/cc1/tests/test037.c @@ -3,10 +3,12 @@ name: TEST037 description: Basic sizeof test comments: This test is based in z80 sizes +error: +test037.c:32: warning: conditional expression is constant +test037.c:34: warning: conditional expression is constant +test037.c:36: warning: conditional expression is constant + output: -test037.c:29: warning: conditional expression is constant -test037.c:31: warning: conditional expression is constant -test037.c:33: warning: conditional expression is constant F1 I E G2 F1 main { @@ -22,6 +24,7 @@ L4 L5 r #I0 } + */ int main() diff --git a/cc1/tests/test038.c b/cc1/tests/test038.c @@ -2,8 +2,10 @@ /* name: TEST038 description: Basic test for tentative definitions +error: +test038.c:48: error: redeclaration of 'x' + output: -test038.c:45: error: redeclaration of 'x' G1 I x ( #I0 @@ -22,6 +24,7 @@ G3 F2 main G1 #I0 :I r G1 } + */ int x; diff --git a/cc1/tests/test039.c b/cc1/tests/test039.c @@ -3,6 +3,8 @@ name: TEST039 description: Test of integer constants comments: This test is done for z80 sizes +error: + output: F1 I G2 F1 main @@ -29,6 +31,7 @@ A8 O ull A8 #O1 :O r #I0 } + */ int diff --git a/cc1/tests/test040.c b/cc1/tests/test040.c @@ -1,6 +1,8 @@ /* name: TEST040 description: Test for bug parsing typenames in struct definition +error: + output: F8 I G9 F8 main @@ -13,6 +15,7 @@ M7 P back A10 S2 List r A10 M4 .I } + */ typedef struct List List; diff --git a/cc1/tests/test041.c b/cc1/tests/test041.c @@ -1,8 +1,15 @@ /* name: TEST041 description: Test for bug parsing ternary operators +error: +test041.c:51: error: type mismatch in conditional expression +test041.c:51: error: incompatible types when assigning +test041.c:52: error: used struct/union type value where scalar is required +test041.c:53: warning: 'i' defined but not used +test041.c:53: warning: 'foo' defined but not used +test041.c:53: warning: 's' defined but not used + output: -test041.c:48: error: type mismatch in conditional expression F1 I G2 F1 main { @@ -22,11 +29,7 @@ A12 S10 foo A5 A3 #I0 !I A8 #P0 ?P :P A5 A3 #I0 !I A5 #P0 ?P :P A5 A3 #I0 !I #P0 A5 ?P :P -test041.c:48: error: incompatible types when assigning -test041.c:49: error: used struct/union type value where scalar is required -test041.c:50: warning: 'i' defined but not used -test041.c:50: warning: 'foo' defined but not used -test041.c:50: warning: 's' defined but not used + */ int diff --git a/cc1/tests/test042.c b/cc1/tests/test042.c @@ -1,14 +1,17 @@ /* name: TEST042 description: Test for bug parsing ternary operators +error: +test042.c:22: error: bad type convertion requested + output: -test042.c:19: error: bad type convertion requested F1 I G2 F1 main { \ F3 0 X4 F3 f + */ int diff --git a/cc1/tests/test043.c b/cc1/tests/test043.c @@ -1,6 +1,8 @@ /* name: TEST043 description: Test for double typedef (taken from plan9 kernel) +error: + output: F4 0 S2 Clock0link @@ -14,6 +16,7 @@ G11 F10 main G9 M6 .P @F4 c0 r #I0 } + */ typedef struct Clock0link Clock0link; diff --git a/cc1/tests/test044.c b/cc1/tests/test044.c @@ -1,12 +1,15 @@ /* name: TEST044 description: Test of corner cases in #if +error: +test044.c:17: warning: division by 0 +test044.c:21: warning: division by 0 +test044.c:25: warning: division by 0 +test044.c:31: error: parameter of #if is not an integer constant expression +test044.c:32: error: #error 3 != (1,2,3) + output: -test044.c:14: warning: division by 0 -test044.c:18: warning: division by 0 -test044.c:22: warning: division by 0 -test044.c:28: error: parameter of #if is not an integer constant expression -test044.c:29: error: #error 3 != (1,2,3) + */ /* These should be accepted */ diff --git a/cc1/tests/update.sh b/cc1/tests/update.sh @@ -1,5 +1,10 @@ #!/bin/sh +out=/tmp/$$.out +err=/tmp/$$.err + +trap "rm -f $out $err" EXIT INT QUIT HUP + case $# in 0) echo "usage: update.sh test ..." >&2 @@ -8,9 +13,13 @@ case $# in *) for i do - (echo '/^output/+;/^\*\//-c' - ../cc1 -I./ -w $1 2>&1 - printf ".\nw\n") | ed -s $1 + ../cc1 -I./ -w $i >$out 2>$err + (echo '/^error/+;/^output/-c' + cat $err + printf "\n.\n" + echo '/^output/+;/^\*\//-c' + cat $out + printf "\n.\nw\n") | ed -s $i done ;; esac