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#!/usr/bin/perl
# Copyright 2009 The Go Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style
# license that can be found in the LICENSE file.

# This script checks that the compilers emit the errors which we expect.
# Usage: errchk COMPILER [OPTS] SOURCEFILES.  This will run the command
# COMPILER [OPTS] SOURCEFILES.  The compilation is expected to fail; if
# it succeeds, this script will report an error.  The stderr output of
# the compiler will be matched against comments in SOURCEFILES.  For each
# line of the source files which should generate an error, there should
# be a comment of the form // ERROR "regexp".  If the compiler generates
# an error for a line which has no such comment, this script will report
# an error.  Likewise if the compiler does not generate an error for a
# line which has a comment, or if the error message does not match the
# <regexp>.  The <regexp> syntax is Perl but its best to stick to egrep.

use POSIX;

my $exitcode = 1;

if(@ARGV >= 1 && $ARGV[0] eq "-0") {
	$exitcode = 0;
	shift;
}

if(@ARGV < 1) {
	print STDERR "Usage: errchk COMPILER [OPTS] SOURCEFILES\n";
	exit 1;
}

# Grab SOURCEFILES
foreach(reverse 0 .. @ARGV-1) {
	unless($ARGV[$_] =~ /\.(go|s)$/) {
		@file = @ARGV[$_+1 .. @ARGV-1];
		last;
	}
}

# If no files have been specified try to grab SOURCEFILES from the last
# argument that is an existing directory if any
unless(@file) {
    foreach(reverse 0 .. @ARGV-1) {
        if(-d $ARGV[$_]) {
            @file = glob($ARGV[$_] . "/*.go");
            last;
        }
    }
}

foreach $file (@file) {
	open(SRC, $file) || die "BUG: errchk: open $file: $!";
	$src{$file} = [<SRC>];
	close(SRC);
}

# Run command
$cmd = join(' ', @ARGV);
open(CMD, "exec $cmd </dev/null 2>&1 |") || die "BUG: errchk: run $cmd: $!";

# gc error messages continue onto additional lines with leading tabs.
# Split the output at the beginning of each line that doesn't begin with a tab.
$out = join('', <CMD>);
@out = split(/^(?!\t)/m, $out);

close CMD;

# Remove lines beginning with #, printed by go command to indicate package.
@out = grep {!/^#/} @out;

if($exitcode != 0 && $? == 0) {
	print STDERR "BUG: errchk: command succeeded unexpectedly\n";
	print STDERR @out;
	exit 0;
}

if($exitcode == 0 && $? != 0) {
	print STDERR "BUG: errchk: command failed unexpectedly\n";
	print STDERR @out;
	exit 0;
}

if(!WIFEXITED($?)) {
	print STDERR "BUG: errchk: compiler crashed\n";
	print STDERR @out, "\n";
	exit 0;
}

sub bug() {
	if(!$bug++) {
		print STDERR "BUG: ";
	}
}

sub chk {
	my $file = shift;
	my $line = 0;
	my $regexp;
	my @errmsg;
	my @match;
	foreach my $src (@{$src{$file}}) {
		$line++;
		next if $src =~ m|////|;  # double comment disables ERROR
		next unless $src =~ m|// (GC_)?ERROR (.*)|;
		my $all = $2;
		if($all !~ /^"([^"]*)"/) {
			print STDERR "$file:$line: malformed regexp\n";
			next;
		}
		@errmsg = grep { /$file:$line[:[]/ } @out;
		@out = grep { !/$file:$line[:[]/ } @out;
		if(@errmsg == 0) {
			bug();
			print STDERR "errchk: $file:$line: missing expected error: '$all'\n";
			next;
		}
		foreach my $regexp ($all =~ /"([^"]*)"/g) {
			# Turn relative line number in message into absolute line number.
			if($regexp =~ /LINE(([+-])([0-9]+))?/) {
				my $n = $line;
				if(defined($1)) {
					if($2 eq "+") {
						$n += int($3);
					} else {
						$n -= int($3);
					}
				}
				$regexp = "$`$file:$n$'";
			}
	
			@match = grep { /$regexp/ } @errmsg;
			if(@match == 0) {
				bug();
				print STDERR "errchk: $file:$line: error messages do not match '$regexp'\n";
				next;
			}
			@errmsg = grep { !/$regexp/ } @errmsg;
		}
		if(@errmsg != 0) {
			bug();
			print STDERR "errchk: $file:$line: unmatched error messages:\n";
			foreach my $l (@errmsg) {
				print STDERR "> $l";
			}
		}
	}
}

foreach $file (@file) {
	chk($file)
}

if(@out != 0) {
	bug();
	print STDERR "errchk: unmatched error messages:\n";
	print STDERR "==================================================\n";
	print STDERR @out;
	print STDERR "==================================================\n";
}

exit 0;