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#! @PERL@
##--------------------------------------------------------------------##
##--- Valgrind regression testing script                vg_regtest ---##
##--------------------------------------------------------------------##

#  This file is part of Valgrind, a dynamic binary instrumentation
#  framework.
#
#  Copyright (C) 2003-2013 Nicholas Nethercote
#     njn@valgrind.org
#
#  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
#  modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as
#  published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the
#  License, or (at your option) any later version.
#
#  This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
#  WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
#  MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU
#  General Public License for more details.
#
#  You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
#  along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
#  Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA
#  02111-1307, USA.
#
#  The GNU General Public License is contained in the file COPYING.

#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# usage: vg_regtest [options] <dirs | files>
#
# Options:
#   --all:      run tests in all subdirs
#   --valgrind: valgrind launcher to use.  Default is ./coregrind/valgrind.
#               (This option should probably only be used in conjunction with
#               --valgrind-lib.)
#   --valgrind-lib: valgrind libraries to use.  Default is $tests_dir/.in_place.
#               (This option should probably only be used in conjunction with
#               --valgrind.)
#   --keep-unfiltered: keep a copy of the unfiltered output/error output
#     of each test by adding an extension .unfiltered.out
#
#   --outer-valgrind: run this valgrind under the given outer valgrind.
#     This valgrind must be configured with --enable-inner.
#   --outer-tool: tool to use by the outer valgrind (default memcheck).
#   --outer-args: use this as outer tool args.
#
# The easiest way is to run all tests in valgrind/ with (assuming you installed
# in $PREFIX):
#
#   $PREFIX/bin/vg_regtest --all
#
# You can specify individual files to test, or whole directories, or both.
# Directories are traversed recursively, except for ones named, for example, 
# CVS/ or docs/.
#
# Each test is defined in a file <test>.vgtest, containing one or more of the
# following lines, in any order:
#   - prog:   <prog to run>                         (compulsory)
#   - args:   <args for prog>                       (default: none)
#   - vgopts: <Valgrind options>                    (default: none;
#                                                    multiple are allowed)
#   - stdout_filter: <filter to run stdout through> (default: none)
#   - stderr_filter: <filter to run stderr through> (default: ./filter_stderr)
#   - stdout_filter_args: <args for stdout_filter>  (default: basename of .vgtest file)
#   - stderr_filter_args: <args for stderr_filter>  (default: basename of .vgtest file)
#
#   - progB:  <prog to run in parallel with prog>   (default: none)
#   - argsB:  <args for progB>                      (default: none)
#   - stdinB: <input file for progB>                (default: none)
#   - stdoutB_filter: <filter progB stdout through> (default: none)
#   - stderrB_filter: <filter progB stderr through> (default: ./filter_stderr)
#   - stdoutB_filter_args: <args for stdout_filterB> (default: basename of .vgtest file)
#   - stderrB_filter_args: <args for stderr_filterB>  (default: basename of .vgtest file)
#
#   - prereq: <prerequisite command>                (default: none)
#   - post: <post-test check command>               (default: none)
#   - cleanup: <post-test cleanup cmd>              (default: none)
#
# If prog or probB is a relative path, it will be prefix with the test directory.
# Note that filters are necessary for stderr results to filter out things that
# always change, eg. process id numbers.
# Note that if a progB is specified, it is started in background (before prog).
#
# Expected stdout (filtered) is kept in <test>.stdout.exp* (can be more
# than one expected output).  It can be missing if it would be empty.  Expected
# stderr (filtered) is kept in <test>.stderr.exp*.   There must be at least
# one stderr.exp* file.  Any .exp* file that ends in '~' or '#' is ignored;
# this is because Emacs creates temporary files of these names.
#
# Expected output for progB is handled similarly, except that
# expected stdout and stderr for progB are in  <test>.stdoutB.exp*
# and <test>.stderrB.exp*.
#
# If results don't match, the output can be found in <test>.std<strm>.out,
# and the diff between expected and actual in <test>.std<strm>.diff*.
# (for progB, in <test>.std<strm>2.out and <test>.std<strm>2.diff*).
#
# The prerequisite command, if present, works like this:
# - if it returns 0 the test is run
# - if it returns 1 the test is skipped
# - if it returns anything else the script aborts.
# The idea here is results other than 0 or 1 are likely to be due to
# problems with the commands, and you don't want to conflate them with the 1
# case, which would happen if you just tested for zero or non-zero.
#
# The post-test command, if present, must return 0 and its stdout must match
# the expected stdout which is kept in <test>.post.exp*.
#
# Sometimes it is useful to run all the tests at a high sanity check
# level or with arbitrary other flags.  To make this simple, extra 
# options, applied to all tests run, are read from $EXTRA_REGTEST_OPTS,
# and handed to valgrind prior to any other flags specified by the 
# .vgtest file.
#
# Some more notes on adding regression tests for a new tool are in
# docs/xml/manual-writing-tools.xml.
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------

use warnings;
use strict;

#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Global vars
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
my $usage="\n"
     . "Usage:\n"
     . "   vg_regtest [--all, --valgrind, --valgrind-lib, --keep-unfiltered\n"
     . "                 --outer-valgrind, --outer-tool, --outer-args]\n"
     . "   Use EXTRA_REGTEST_OPTS to supply extra args for all tests\n"
     . "\n";

my $tmp="vg_regtest.tmp.$$";

# Test variables
my $vgopts;             # valgrind options
my $prog;               # test prog
my $args;               # test prog args
my $stdout_filter;      # filter program to run stdout results file through
my $stderr_filter;      # filter program to run stderr results file through
my $stdout_filter_args; # arguments passed to stdout_filter
my $stderr_filter_args; # arguments passed to stderr_filter
my $progB;              # Same but for progB
my $argsB;              # 
my $stdoutB_filter;     # 
my $stderrB_filter;     # 
my $stdoutB_filter_args;# arguments passed to stdout_filterB
my $stderrB_filter_args;# arguments passed to stderr_filterB
my $stdinB;             # Input file for progB
my $prereq;             # prerequisite test to satisfy before running test
my $post;               # check command after running test
my $cleanup;            # cleanup command to run

my @failures;           # List of failed tests

my $num_tests_done      = 0;
my %num_failures        = (stderr => 0, stdout => 0, 
                           stderrB => 0, stdoutB => 0,
                           post => 0);

# Default valgrind to use is this build tree's (uninstalled) one
my $valgrind = "./coregrind/valgrind";

chomp(my $tests_dir = `pwd`);

# Outer valgrind to use, and args to use for it.
my $outer_valgrind;
my $outer_tool = "memcheck";
my $outer_args;

my $valgrind_lib = "$tests_dir/.in_place";
my $keepunfiltered = 0;

# default filter is the one named "filter_stderr" in the test's directory
my $default_stderr_filter = "filter_stderr";


#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Process command line, setup
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------

# If $prog is a relative path, it prepends $dir to it.  Useful for two reasons:
#
# 1. Can prepend "." onto programs to avoid trouble with users who don't have
#    "." in their path (by making $dir = ".")
# 2. Can prepend the current dir to make the command absolute to avoid
#    subsequent trouble when we change directories.
#
# Also checks the program exists and is executable.
sub validate_program ($$$$) 
{
    my ($dir, $prog, $must_exist, $must_be_executable) = @_;

    # If absolute path, leave it alone.  If relative, make it
    # absolute -- by prepending current dir -- so we can change
    # dirs and still use it.
    $prog = "$dir/$prog" if ($prog !~ /^\//);
    if ($must_exist) {
        (-f $prog) or die "vg_regtest: `$prog' not found or not a file ($dir)\n";
    }
    if ($must_be_executable) { 
        (-x $prog) or die "vg_regtest: `$prog' not executable ($dir)\n";
    }

    return $prog;
}

sub process_command_line() 
{
    my $alldirs = 0;
    my @fs;
    
    for my $arg (@ARGV) {
        if ($arg =~ /^-/) {
            if      ($arg =~ /^--all$/) {
                $alldirs = 1;
            } elsif ($arg =~ /^--valgrind=(.*)$/) {
                $valgrind = $1;
            } elsif ($arg =~ /^--outer-valgrind=(.*)$/) {
                $outer_valgrind = $1;
            } elsif ($arg =~ /^--outer-tool=(.*)$/) {
                $outer_tool = $1;
            } elsif ($arg =~ /^--outer-args=(.*)$/) {
                $outer_args = $1;
            } elsif ($arg =~ /^--valgrind-lib=(.*)$/) {
                $valgrind_lib = $1;
            } elsif ($arg =~ /^--keep-unfiltered$/) {
                $keepunfiltered = 1;
            } else {
                die $usage;
            }
        } else {
            push(@fs, $arg);
        }
    }
    $valgrind = validate_program($tests_dir, $valgrind, 1, 0);
    
    if (defined $outer_valgrind) {
      $outer_valgrind = validate_program($tests_dir, $outer_valgrind, 1, 1);
      if (not defined $outer_args) {
          $outer_args = 
                " --command-line-only=yes"
              . " --run-libc-freeres=no --sim-hints=enable-outer"
              . " --smc-check=all-non-file"
              . " --vgdb=no --trace-children=yes --read-var-info=no"
              . " --read-inline-info=yes"
              . " --suppressions=" 
              . validate_program($tests_dir,"./tests/outer_inner.supp",1,0)
              . " --memcheck:leak-check=full --memcheck:show-reachable=no"
              . " ";
      }
    }

    if ($alldirs) {
        @fs = ();
        foreach my $f (glob "*") {
            push(@fs, $f) if (-d $f);
        }
    }

    (0 != @fs) or die "No test files or directories specified\n";

    return @fs;
}

#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Read a .vgtest file
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub read_vgtest_file($)
{
    my ($f) = @_;

    # Defaults.
    ($vgopts, $prog, $args)            = ("", undef, "");
    ($stdout_filter, $stderr_filter)   = (undef, undef);
    ($progB, $argsB, $stdinB)          = (undef, "", undef);
    ($stdoutB_filter, $stderrB_filter) = (undef, undef);
    ($prereq, $post, $cleanup)         = (undef, undef, undef);
    ($stdout_filter_args, $stderr_filter_args)   = (undef, undef);
    ($stdoutB_filter_args, $stderrB_filter_args) = (undef, undef);

    # Every test directory must have a "filter_stderr"
    $stderr_filter = validate_program(".", $default_stderr_filter, 1, 1);
    $stderrB_filter = validate_program(".", $default_stderr_filter, 1, 1);
    

    open(INPUTFILE, "< $f") || die "File $f not openable\n";

    while (my $line = <INPUTFILE>) {
        if      ($line =~ /^\s*#/ || $line =~ /^\s*$/) {
	    next;
	} elsif ($line =~ /^\s*vgopts:\s*(.*)$/) {
            my $addvgopts = $1;
            $addvgopts =~ s/\${PWD}/$ENV{PWD}/g;
            $vgopts = $vgopts . " " . $addvgopts;   # Nb: Make sure there's a space!
        } elsif ($line =~ /^\s*prog:\s*(.*)$/) {
            $prog = validate_program(".", $1, 0, 0);
        } elsif ($line =~ /^\s*args:\s*(.*)$/) {
            $args = $1;
        } elsif ($line =~ /^\s*stdout_filter:\s*(.*)$/) {
            $stdout_filter = validate_program(".", $1, 1, 1);
        } elsif ($line =~ /^\s*stderr_filter:\s*(.*)$/) {
            $stderr_filter = validate_program(".", $1, 1, 1);
        } elsif ($line =~ /^\s*stdout_filter_args:\s*(.*)$/) {
            $stdout_filter_args = $1;
        } elsif ($line =~ /^\s*stderr_filter_args:\s*(.*)$/) {
            $stderr_filter_args = $1;
        } elsif ($line =~ /^\s*progB:\s*(.*)$/) {
            $progB = validate_program(".", $1, 0, 0);
        } elsif ($line =~ /^\s*argsB:\s*(.*)$/) {
            $argsB = $1;
        } elsif ($line =~ /^\s*stdinB:\s*(.*)$/) {
            $stdinB = $1;
        } elsif ($line =~ /^\s*stdoutB_filter:\s*(.*)$/) {
            $stdoutB_filter = validate_program(".", $1, 1, 1);
        } elsif ($line =~ /^\s*stderrB_filter:\s*(.*)$/) {
            $stderrB_filter = validate_program(".", $1, 1, 1);
        } elsif ($line =~ /^\s*stdoutB_filter_args:\s*(.*)$/) {
            $stdoutB_filter_args = $1;
        } elsif ($line =~ /^\s*stderrB_filter_args:\s*(.*)$/) {
            $stderrB_filter_args = $1;
        } elsif ($line =~ /^\s*prereq:\s*(.*)$/) {
            $prereq = $1;
        } elsif ($line =~ /^\s*post:\s*(.*)$/) {
            $post = $1;
        } elsif ($line =~ /^\s*cleanup:\s*(.*)$/) {
            $cleanup = $1;
        } else {
            die "Bad line in $f: $line\n";
        }
    }
    close(INPUTFILE);

    if (!defined $prog) {
        $prog = "";     # allow no prog for testing error and --help cases
    }
}

#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Do one test
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Since most of the program time is spent in system() calls, need this to
# propagate a Ctrl-C enabling us to quit.
sub mysystem($) 
{
    my $exit_code = system($_[0]);
    ($exit_code == 2) and exit 1;      # 2 is SIGINT
    return $exit_code;
}

# if $keepunfiltered, copies $1 to $1.unfiltered.out
# renames $0 tp $1
sub filtered_rename($$) 
{
    if ($keepunfiltered == 1) {
        mysystem("cp  $_[1] $_[1].unfiltered.out");
    }
    rename ($_[0], $_[1]);
}


# from a directory name like "/foo/cachesim/tests/" determine the tool name
sub determine_tool()
{
    my $dir = `pwd`;
    $dir =~ /.*\/([^\/]+)\/tests.*/;   # foo/tool_name/tests/foo
    return $1;
}

# Compare output against expected output;  it should match at least one of
# them.
sub do_diffs($$$$)
{
    my ($fullname, $name, $mid, $f_exps) = @_;
    
    for my $f_exp (@$f_exps) {
        (-r $f_exp) or die "Could not read `$f_exp'\n";

        # Emacs produces temporary files that end in '~' and '#'.  We ignore
        # these.
        if ($f_exp !~ /[~#]$/) {
            # $n is the (optional) suffix after the ".exp";  we tack it onto
            # the ".diff" file.
            my $n = "";
            if ($f_exp =~ /.*\.exp(.*)$/) {
                $n = $1;
            } else {
                $n = "";
                ($f_exp eq "/dev/null") or die "Unexpected .exp file: $f_exp\n";
            }

            mysystem("@DIFF@ $f_exp $name.$mid.out > $name.$mid.diff$n");

            if (not -s "$name.$mid.diff$n") {
                # A match;  remove .out and any previously created .diff files.
                unlink("$name.$mid.out");
                unlink(<$name.$mid.diff*>);
                return;
            }
        }
    }
    # If we reach here, none of the .exp files matched.
    print "*** $name failed ($mid) ***\n";
    push(@failures, sprintf("%-40s ($mid)", "$fullname"));
    $num_failures{$mid}++;
}

sub do_one_test($$) 
{
    my ($dir, $vgtest) = @_;
    $vgtest =~ /^(.*)\.vgtest/;
    my $name = $1;
    my $fullname = "$dir/$name"; 

    # Pull any extra options (for example, --sanity-level=4)
    # from $EXTRA_REGTEST_OPTS.
    my $maybe_extraopts = $ENV{"EXTRA_REGTEST_OPTS"};
    my $extraopts = $maybe_extraopts ?  $maybe_extraopts  : "";

    read_vgtest_file($vgtest);

    if (defined $prereq) {
        my $prereq_res = system("$prereq");
        if (0 == $prereq_res) {
            # Do nothing (ie. continue with the test)
        } elsif (256 == $prereq_res) {
            # Nb: weird Perl-ism -- exit code of '1' is seen by Perl as 256...
            # Prereq failed, skip.
            printf("%-16s (skipping, prereq failed: $prereq)\n", "$name:");
            return;
        } else {
            # Bad prereq; abort.
            $prereq_res /= 256;
            die "prereq returned $prereq_res: $prereq\n";
        }
    }


    if (defined $progB) {
        # If there is a progB, let's start it in background:
        printf("%-16s valgrind $extraopts $vgopts $prog $args (progB: $progB $argsB)\n",
               "$name:");
        # progB.done used to detect child has finished. See below.
        # Note: redirection of stdout and stderr is before $progB to allow argsB
        # to e.g. redirect stdoutB to stderrB
        if (defined $stdinB) {
            mysystem("(rm -f progB.done;"
                     . " < $stdinB > $name.stdoutB.out 2> $name.stderrB.out $progB $argsB;"
                     . "touch progB.done) &");
        } else {
            mysystem("(rm -f progB.done;"
                     . " > $name.stdoutB.out 2> $name.stderrB.out $progB $argsB;"
                     . "touch progB.done)  &");
        }
    } else {
        printf("%-16s valgrind $extraopts $vgopts $prog $args\n", "$name:");
    }
 
    # Pass the appropriate --tool option for the directory (can be overridden
    # by an "args:" line, though).
    my $tool=determine_tool();
    if (defined $outer_valgrind ) {
        # in an outer-inner setup, only set VALGRIND_LIB_INNER
        mysystem(   "VALGRIND_LIB_INNER=$valgrind_lib "
                  . "$outer_valgrind "
                  . "--tool=" . $outer_tool . " "
                  . "$outer_args "
                  . "--log-file=" . "$name.outer.log "
                  . "$valgrind --command-line-only=yes --memcheck:leak-check=no "
                  . "--sim-hints=no-inner-prefix "
                  . "--tool=$tool $extraopts $vgopts "
                  . "$prog $args > $name.stdout.out 2> $name.stderr.out");
    } else {
        # Set both VALGRIND_LIB and VALGRIND_LIB_INNER in case this Valgrind
        # was configured with --enable-inner.
        mysystem(   "VALGRIND_LIB=$valgrind_lib VALGRIND_LIB_INNER=$valgrind_lib "
                  . "$valgrind --command-line-only=yes --memcheck:leak-check=no "
                  . "--tool=$tool $extraopts $vgopts "
                  . "$prog $args > $name.stdout.out 2> $name.stderr.out");
    }

    # Filter stdout
    if (defined $stdout_filter) {
        $stdout_filter_args = $name if (! defined $stdout_filter_args);
        mysystem("$stdout_filter $stdout_filter_args < $name.stdout.out > $tmp");
        filtered_rename($tmp, "$name.stdout.out");
    }
    # Find all the .stdout.exp files.  If none, use /dev/null.
    my @stdout_exps = <$name.stdout.exp*>;
    @stdout_exps = ( "/dev/null" ) if (0 == scalar @stdout_exps);
    do_diffs($fullname, $name, "stdout", \@stdout_exps); 

    # Filter stderr
    $stderr_filter_args = $name if (! defined $stderr_filter_args);
    mysystem("$stderr_filter $stderr_filter_args < $name.stderr.out > $tmp");
    filtered_rename($tmp, "$name.stderr.out");
    # Find all the .stderr.exp files.  At least one must exist.
    my @stderr_exps = <$name.stderr.exp*>;
    (0 != scalar @stderr_exps) or die "Could not find `$name.stderr.exp*'\n";
    do_diffs($fullname, $name, "stderr", \@stderr_exps); 

    if (defined $progB) {
        # wait for the child to be finished
        # tried things such as:
        #   wait;
        #   $SIG{CHLD} = sub { wait };
        # but nothing worked:
        # e.g. running mssnapshot.vgtest in a loop failed from time to time
        # due to some missing output (not yet written?).
        # So, we search progB.done during max 100 times 100 millisecond.
        my $count;
        for ($count = 1; $count <= 100; $count++) {
            (-f "progB.done") or select(undef, undef, undef, 0.100);
        }
        # Filter stdout
        if (defined $stdoutB_filter) {
            $stdoutB_filter_args = $name if (! defined $stdoutB_filter_args);
            mysystem("$stdoutB_filter $stdoutB_filter_args < $name.stdoutB.out > $tmp");
            filtered_rename($tmp, "$name.stdoutB.out");
        }
        # Find all the .stdoutB.exp files.  If none, use /dev/null.
        my @stdoutB_exps = <$name.stdoutB.exp*>;
        @stdoutB_exps = ( "/dev/null" ) if (0 == scalar @stdoutB_exps);
        do_diffs($fullname, $name, "stdoutB", \@stdoutB_exps); 
        
        # Filter stderr
        $stderrB_filter_args = $name if (! defined $stderrB_filter_args);
        mysystem("$stderrB_filter $stderrB_filter_args < $name.stderrB.out > $tmp");
        filtered_rename($tmp, "$name.stderrB.out");
        # Find all the .stderrB.exp files.  At least one must exist.
        my @stderrB_exps = <$name.stderrB.exp*>;
        (0 != scalar @stderrB_exps) or die "Could not find `$name.stderrB.exp*'\n";
        do_diffs($fullname, $name, "stderrB", \@stderrB_exps); 
    }

    # Maybe do post-test check
    if (defined $post) {
	if (mysystem("$post > $name.post.out") != 0) {
	    print("post check failed: $post\n");
	    $num_failures{"post"}++;
	} else {
	    # Find all the .post.exp files.  If none, use /dev/null.
	    my @post_exps = <$name.post.exp*>;
	    @post_exps = ( "/dev/null" ) if (0 == scalar @post_exps);
	    do_diffs($fullname, $name, "post", \@post_exps);
	}
    }
 
    if (defined $cleanup) {
        (system("$cleanup") == 0) or 
            print("(cleanup operation failed: $cleanup)\n");
    }

    $num_tests_done++;
}

#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Test one directory (and any subdirs)
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub test_one_dir($$);    # forward declaration

sub test_one_dir($$) 
{
    my ($dir, $prev_dirs) = @_;
    $dir =~ s/\/$//;    # trim a trailing '/'

    # Ignore dirs into which we should not recurse.
    if ($dir =~ /^(BitKeeper|CVS|SCCS|docs|doc)$/) { return; }

    (-x "$tests_dir/tests/arch_test") or die 
        "vg_regtest: 'arch_test' is missing.  Did you forget to 'make check'?\n";
    
    # Ignore any dir whose name matches that of an architecture which is not
    # the architecture we are running on.  Eg. when running on x86, ignore
    # ppc/ directories ('arch_test' returns 1 for this case).  Likewise for
    # the OS and platform.
    # Nb: weird Perl-ism -- exit code of '1' is seen by Perl as 256...
    if (256 == system("$tests_dir/tests/arch_test $dir"))  { return; }
    if (256 == system("$tests_dir/tests/os_test   $dir"))  { return; }
    if ($dir =~ /(\w+)-(\w+)/ &&
        256 == system("sh $tests_dir/tests/platform_test $1 $2")) { return; }
    
    chdir($dir) or die "Could not change into $dir\n";

    # Nb: Don't prepend a '/' to the base directory
    my $full_dir = $prev_dirs . ($prev_dirs eq "" ? "" : "/") . $dir;
    my $dashes = "-" x (50 - length $full_dir);

    my @fs = glob "*";
    my $found_tests = (0 != (grep { $_ =~ /\.vgtest$/ } @fs));

    if ($found_tests) {
        print "-- Running  tests in $full_dir $dashes\n";
    }
    foreach my $f (@fs) {
        if (-d $f) {
            test_one_dir($f, $full_dir);
        } elsif ($f =~ /\.vgtest$/) {
            do_one_test($full_dir, $f);
        }
    }
    if ($found_tests) {
        print "-- Finished tests in $full_dir $dashes\n";
    }

    chdir("..");
}

#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Summarise results
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub plural($)
{
   return ( $_[0] == 1 ? "" : "s" );
}

sub summarise_results 
{
    my $x = ( $num_tests_done == 1 ? "test" : "tests" );
    
    printf("\n== %d test%s, %d stderr failure%s, %d stdout failure%s, "
                         . "%d stderrB failure%s, %d stdoutB failure%s, "
                         . "%d post failure%s ==\n", 
           $num_tests_done, plural($num_tests_done),
           $num_failures{"stderr"},   plural($num_failures{"stderr"}),
           $num_failures{"stdout"},   plural($num_failures{"stdout"}),
           $num_failures{"stderrB"},  plural($num_failures{"stderrB"}),
           $num_failures{"stdoutB"},  plural($num_failures{"stdoutB"}),
           $num_failures{"post"},     plural($num_failures{"post"}));

    foreach my $failure (@failures) {
        print "$failure\n";
    }
    print "\n";
}

#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# main(), sort of
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub warn_about_EXTRA_REGTEST_OPTS()
{
    print "WARNING: \$EXTRA_REGTEST_OPTS is set.  You probably don't want\n";
    print "to run the regression tests with it set, unless you are doing some\n";
    print "strange experiment, and/or you really know what you are doing.\n";
    print "\n";
}

# nuke VALGRIND_OPTS
$ENV{"VALGRIND_OPTS"} = "";

if ($ENV{"EXTRA_REGTEST_OPTS"}) {
    print "\n";
    warn_about_EXTRA_REGTEST_OPTS();
}

my @fs = process_command_line();
foreach my $f (@fs) {
    if (-d $f) {
        test_one_dir($f, "");
    } else { 
        # Allow the .vgtest suffix to be given or omitted
        if ($f =~ /.vgtest$/ && -r $f) {
            # do nothing
        } elsif (-r "$f.vgtest") {
            $f = "$f.vgtest";
        } else {
            die "`$f' neither a directory nor a readable test file/name\n"
        }
        my $dir  = `dirname  $f`;   chomp $dir;
        my $file = `basename $f`;   chomp $file;
        chdir($dir) or die "Could not change into $dir\n";
        do_one_test($dir, $file);
    }
    chdir($tests_dir);
}
summarise_results();

if ($ENV{"EXTRA_REGTEST_OPTS"}) {
    warn_about_EXTRA_REGTEST_OPTS();
}

if (0 == $num_failures{"stdout"} &&
    0 == $num_failures{"stderr"} &&
    0 == $num_failures{"stdoutB"} &&
    0 == $num_failures{"stderrB"} &&
    0 == $num_failures{"post"}) {
    exit 0;
} else {
    exit 1;
}

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##--- end                                               vg_regtest ---##
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