test/test-automation/tests/testdummy/testdummy.c
author Markus Kauppila <markus.kauppila@gmail.com>
Sun, 14 Aug 2011 21:05:08 +0300
changeset 5830 e1a6cc820772
parent 5828 8d47a4260d5d
child 5833 48dcdbf3dbc2
permissions -rw-r--r--
Updating dummy test suite.

/*
  Copyright (C) 2011 Markus Kauppila <markus.kauppila@gmail.com>

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*/

/*! \file
 * Dummy test suite for test runner. This can be used as a base for
 * writing new tests. Dummy suite also works as reference to using
 * various asserts and other (possible) utilities.
 */

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdint.h>

#include <SDL/SDL.h>

#include "../../include/SDL_test.h"

#include <limits.h>

/* Test case references */
static const TestCaseReference test1 =
		(TestCaseReference){ "dummycase1", "description", TEST_ENABLED, 0, 4};

static const TestCaseReference test2 =
		(TestCaseReference){ "dummycase2", "description", TEST_ENABLED, 0, 0};

static const TestCaseReference test3 =
		(TestCaseReference){ "testfuzzy_case3", "description", TEST_ENABLED, 0, 2};

static const TestCaseReference test4 =
		(TestCaseReference){ "testfuzzy_case4", "description", TEST_ENABLED, 0, 2};

/* Test suite */
extern const TestCaseReference *testSuite[] =  {
	&test1, &test2, &test3, &test4, NULL
};


TestCaseReference **QueryTestSuite() {
	return (TestCaseReference **)testSuite;
}

/* Create test fixture */

/*!
 * SetUp function can be used to create a test fixture for test cases.
 * The function will be called right before executing the test case.
 *
 * Note: If any assert in the function fails then the test will be skipped.
 * In practice, the entire suite will be skipped if assert failure happens.
 *
 * Note: this function is optional.
 *
 * \param arg parameters given to test. Usually NULL
 */
void
SetUp(void *arg)
{
	// create test fixture,
	// for example, set up static variables used by test cases here
}

/*!
 * TearDown function can be used to destroy a test fixture for test cases.
 * The function will be called right after executing the test case.
 *
 * Note: this function is optional.
 *
 * \param arg parameters given to test. Usually NULL
 */
void
TearDown(void *arg)
{
	// destroy test fixture
}

/* Test case functions */
void
dummycase1(void *arg)
{
	AssertEquals(5, 5, "Assert message");

	/*
	for( ; 1 ; )
		Log(0, "uint8 (same value): %u", RandomPositiveInteger());
	// */

	//Log(0, "uint8 (same value): %d", RandomUint8BoundaryValue(200, 200, SDL_TRUE));

	for(; 0 ; )
		printf("%d\n", RandomSint16());

	for( ; 0 ; ) {
		//Log(0, "sint8: %d", RandomSint8BoundaryValue(-11, 10, SDL_TRUE));
		//Log(0, "sint16: %d", RandomSint16BoundaryValue(SHRT_MIN, SHRT_MAX, SDL_FALSE));
		Log(0, "sint32: %d", RandomSint32BoundaryValue(INT_MIN, 3000, SDL_FALSE));
		//Log(0, "sint64: %lld", RandomSint64BoundaryValue(-34, -34, SDL_FALSE));
	}

	for(; 0 ;) {
		//Log(0, "int8: %u", RandomUint8BoundaryValue(0, 255, SDL_FALSE));
		//Log(0, "uint16: %u", RandomUint16BoundaryValue(0, UINT16_MAX, SDL_FALSE));
		//Log(0, "int32: %u", RandomUint32BoundaryValue(0, 0xFFFFFFFE, SDL_FALSE));
		Log(0, "int64: %llu", RandomUint64BoundaryValue(2, 0xFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFE, SDL_FALSE));
	}

	for(; 0 ;) {
		int min = -5;
		int max = 5;
		int random =  RandomIntegerInRange(min, max);
		if(random < min || random > max ) {
			AssertFail("Generated incorrect integer");
		}
		Log(0, "%d", random);
	}

	//Log(0, "Random: %s", RandomAsciiString());
}

void
dummycase2(void *arg)
{
	char *msg = "eello";
	//msg[0] = 'H';
	AssertTrue(1, "Assert message");
}

void
testfuzzy_case3(void *arg)
{
	// Simulates a fuzzing failure
	AssertTrue(RandomUint8() != 100, "Value is 100");
}

static void
f(void) {
     int* x = malloc(10 * sizeof(int));
     x[10] = 0;        // problem 1: heap block overrun
}                    // problem 2: memory leak -- x not freed


void
testfuzzy_case4(void *arg)
{
	// Creates a memory leak
	f();

	AssertPass("");
}