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#!/bin/sh
#
# For pylint-related info, see:
#    https://jeffknupp.com/blog/2016/12/09/how-python-linters-will-save-your-large-python-project/

if [ -n "$1" ] ; then
    if [ "$1" = "-h" ] ; then
        echo "Usage: test.sh [options]"
        echo " -h  Show this usage help"
        echo " -f  Do 'flake8' test of grabserial syntax"
        echo " -l  Do 'pylint' test of grabserial source"
        echo ""
        echo "By default (with no arguments), test.sh will run 2 tests on"
        echo "the board 'bbb' (using the ttc command) using the default"
        echo "python interpreter, and then 2 more test using the python3"
        echo "interpreter"
        echo ""
        echo "On the second test of each set you should log in to the"
        echo "board when the login prompt appears. This tests interactive"
        echo "input to the board during grabserial operation."
        exit 0
    fi
    if [ "$1" = "-f" ] ; then
        echo "Running flake8 to analyze grabserial source"
        flake8 --count grabserial
        exit $?
    fi
    if [ "$1" = "-l" ] ; then
        echo "Running pylint to analyze grabserial source"
        # C0325 is unnecessary-parens (in python 2.0, parens for prints
        # is encouraged to make them forward-compatible with python 3.0)
        pylint --disable=C0325 grabserial
        exit $?
    fi
fi

if [ -n "$1" ] ; then
    echo "Unrecognized option '$1'"
    echo "Use -h for help"
    exit 0
fi

echo "Running grabserial on target 'bbb'"

# get the console device for target 'bbb'
console_dev="$(ttc info bbb -n console_dev)"


# Also, use ttc to reboot bbb

# use ttc to reboot my beaglebone black
echo "==================================="
echo "Testing with python 2"
echo "  60 second grab, stopping when 'login' is seen"
echo "==================================="

# do the reboot after grabserial is started
(sleep 1 ; ttc reboot bbb) &

# grab data from from that console device (-d ${console_dev},
#    skipping the serial port sanity check (-S)
# end either in 60 seconds (-e 60) or when "login" is seen (-q "login")
# report the time when "FAQ" was seen (-i "FAQ")
# send data to graboutput.log (-o graboutput.log)
# reset the running timer when the string "Starting kernel" is seen (-m ...)
# show verbose messages (-v)
./grabserial  -v -S -d ${console_dev} -e 60 -t -m "Starting kernel" -i "FAQ" -q "login" -o graboutput.log

echo
echo "==================================="
echo "Testing with python 2"
echo "  120 second grab, try logging in (test user input to serial port)"
echo "==================================="

(sleep 1 ; ttc reboot bbb) &

# run for two minutes, allowing user to login (using threaded input)
./grabserial  -v -S -d ${console_dev} -e 120 -t -o graboutput2.log

echo

echo "==================================="
echo "Testing with python 3"
echo "  60 second grab, stopping when 'login' is seen"
echo "==================================="
(sleep 1 ; ttc reboot bbb) &

python3 ./grabserial  -v -S -d ${console_dev} -e 60 -t -m "Starting kernel" -i "FAQ" -q "login" -o graboutput3.log

echo

echo "==================================="
echo "Testing with python 3"
echo "  120 second grab, try logging in (test user input to serial port)"
echo "==================================="
(sleep 1 ; ttc reboot bbb) &
python3 ./grabserial  -v -S -d ${console_dev} -e 120 -t -o graboutput4.log

echo

echo "Done in test.sh"