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Describe the purpose of the test class here.
import lldb
import lldbsuite.test.lldbutil as lldbutil
from lldbsuite.test.lldbtest import *
class RenameThisSampleTestTestCase(TestBase):
mydir = TestBase.compute_mydir(__file__)
# If your test case doesn't stress debug info, the
# set this to true. That way it won't be run once for
# each debug info format.
def test_sample_rename_this(self):
"""There can be many tests in a test case - describe this test here."""
self.main_source_file = lldb.SBFileSpec("main.c")
def setUp(self):
# Call super's setUp().
# Set up your test case here. If your test doesn't need any set up then
# remove this method from your TestCase class.
def sample_test(self):
"""You might use the test implementation in several ways, say so here."""
# This function starts a process, "a.out" by default, sets a source
# breakpoint, runs to it, and returns the thread, process & target.
# It optionally takes an SBLaunchOption argument if you want to pass
# arguments or environment variables.
(target, process, thread, bkpt) = lldbutil.run_to_source_breakpoint(self,
"Set a breakpoint here", self.main_source_file)
frame = thread.GetFrameAtIndex(0)
test_var = frame.FindVariable("test_var")
self.assertTrue(test_var.GetError().Success(), "Failed to fetch test_var")
test_value = test_var.GetValueAsUnsigned()
self.assertEqual(test_value, 10, "Got the right value for test_var")
def sample_test_no_launch(self):
""" Same as above but doesn't launch a process."""
target = self.createTestTarget()
self.expect_expr("global_test_var", result_value="10")