Commit 17073252 authored by Simon Glass's avatar Simon Glass

dtoc: Correct dtoc output when testing

At present each invocation of run_steps() updates OUTPUT_FILES_COMMON,
since it does not make a copy of the dict. This is fine for a single
invocation, but for tests, run_steps() is invoked many times.

As a result it may include unwanted items from the previous run, if it
happens that a test runs twice on the same CPU. The problem has not been
noticied previously, as there are few enough tests and enough CPUs that
is is rare for the 'wrong' combination of tests to run together.

Fix this by making a copy of the dict, before updating it. Update the
tests to suit, taking account of the files that are no-longer generated.

With this fix, we no-longer generate files which are not needed for a
particular state of OF_PLATDATA_INST, so the check_instantiate() function
is not needed anymore. It has become dead code and so fails the
code-coverage test (dtoc -T). Remove it.
Signed-off-by: Simon Glass's avatarSimon Glass <sjg@chromium.org>
parent 0fe44dc6
......@@ -824,8 +824,6 @@ class DtbPlatdata():
self.buf('\t},\n')
def generate_uclasses(self):
if not self.check_instantiate(True):
return
self.out('\n')
self.out('#include <common.h>\n')
self.out('#include <dm.h>\n')
......@@ -1038,22 +1036,6 @@ class DtbPlatdata():
self.out(''.join(self.get_buf()))
def check_instantiate(self, require):
"""Check if self._instantiate is set to the required value
If not, this outputs a message into the current file
Args:
require: True to require --instantiate, False to require that it not
be enabled
"""
if require != self._instantiate:
self.out(
'/* This file is not used: --instantiate was %senabled */\n' %
('not ' if require else ''))
return False
return True
def generate_plat(self):
"""Generate device defintions for the platform data
......@@ -1064,8 +1046,6 @@ class DtbPlatdata():
See the documentation in doc/driver-model/of-plat.rst for more
information.
"""
if not self.check_instantiate(False):
return
self.out('/* Allow use of U_BOOT_DRVINFO() in this file */\n')
self.out('#define DT_PLAT_C\n')
self.out('\n')
......@@ -1102,8 +1082,6 @@ class DtbPlatdata():
See the documentation in doc/driver-model/of-plat.rst for more
information.
"""
if not self.check_instantiate(True):
return
self.out('#include <common.h>\n')
self.out('#include <dm.h>\n')
self.out('#include <dt-structs.h>\n')
......@@ -1216,7 +1194,7 @@ def run_steps(args, dtb_file, include_disabled, output, output_dirs, phase,
plat.assign_seqs()
# Figure out what output files we plan to generate
output_files = OUTPUT_FILES_COMMON
output_files = dict(OUTPUT_FILES_COMMON)
if instantiate:
output_files.update(OUTPUT_FILES_INST)
else:
......
......@@ -74,10 +74,6 @@ UCLASS_HEADER_COMMON = '''/*
*/
'''
UCLASS_HEADER = UCLASS_HEADER_COMMON + '''
/* This file is not used: --instantiate was not enabled */
'''
# Scanner saved from a previous run of the tests (to speed things up)
saved_scan = None
......@@ -412,7 +408,6 @@ U_BOOT_DRVINFO(spl_test3) = {
};
'''
uclass_text = UCLASS_HEADER
uclass_text_inst = '''
#include <common.h>
......@@ -511,15 +506,6 @@ DM_UCLASS_INST(testfdt) = {
},
};
'''
device_text = '''/*
* DO NOT MODIFY
*
* Declares the DM_DEVICE_INST() records.
* This was generated by dtoc from a .dtb (device tree binary) file.
*/
/* This file is not used: --instantiate was not enabled */
'''
device_text_inst = '''/*
* DO NOT MODIFY
......@@ -833,8 +819,7 @@ DM_DEVICE_INST(test0) = {
self.run_test(['all'], dtb_file, output)
data = tools.ReadFile(output, binary=False)
self._check_strings(
self.decl_text + self.device_text + self.platdata_text +
self.struct_text + self.uclass_text, data)
self.decl_text + self.platdata_text + self.struct_text, data)
def test_driver_alias(self):
"""Test output from a device tree file with a driver alias"""
......@@ -1537,8 +1522,7 @@ U_BOOT_DRVINFO(spl_test2) = {
self.run_test(['all'], dtb_file, output)
data = tools.ReadFile(output, binary=False)
self._check_strings(
self.decl_text + self.device_text + self.platdata_text +
self.struct_text + self.uclass_text, data)
self.decl_text + self.platdata_text + self.struct_text, data)
def test_no_command(self):
"""Test running dtoc without a command"""
......@@ -1566,8 +1550,7 @@ U_BOOT_DRVINFO(spl_test2) = {
self.assertIn("Must specify either output or output_dirs, not both",
str(exc.exception))
def test_output_dirs(self):
"""Test outputting files to a directory"""
def check_output_dirs(self, instantiate):
# Remove the directory so that files from other tests are not there
tools._RemoveOutputDir()
tools.PrepareOutputDir(None)
......@@ -1579,14 +1562,30 @@ U_BOOT_DRVINFO(spl_test2) = {
self.assertEqual(2, len(fnames))
dtb_platdata.run_steps(
['all'], dtb_file, False, None, [outdir], None, False,
['all'], dtb_file, False, None, [outdir], None, instantiate,
warning_disabled=True, scan=copy_scan())
fnames = glob.glob(outdir + '/*')
self.assertEqual(7, len(fnames))
return fnames
def test_output_dirs(self):
"""Test outputting files to a directory"""
fnames = self.check_output_dirs(False)
self.assertEqual(5, len(fnames))
leafs = set(os.path.basename(fname) for fname in fnames)
self.assertEqual(
{'dt-structs-gen.h', 'source.dts', 'dt-plat.c', 'source.dtb',
'dt-decl.h'},
leafs)
def test_output_dirs_inst(self):
"""Test outputting files to a directory with instantiation"""
fnames = self.check_output_dirs(True)
self.assertEqual(6, len(fnames))
leafs = set(os.path.basename(fname) for fname in fnames)
self.assertEqual(
{'dt-structs-gen.h', 'source.dts', 'source.dtb',
'dt-uclass.c', 'dt-decl.h', 'dt-device.c'},
leafs)
......@@ -1785,14 +1784,6 @@ U_BOOT_DRVINFO(spl_test2) = {
self._check_strings(self.decl_text_inst, data)
self.run_test(['platdata'], dtb_file, output, True)
with open(output) as infile:
data = infile.read()
self._check_strings(C_HEADER_PRE + '''
/* This file is not used: --instantiate was enabled */
''', data)
self.run_test(['uclass'], dtb_file, output, True)
with open(output) as infile:
data = infile.read()
......
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