view test/java/awt/Toolkit/Headless/WrappedToolkitTest/WrappedToolkitTest.sh @ 13901:b2a69d66dc65

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author alanb
date Thu, 17 Mar 2016 19:04:16 +0000
parents 88816854cdc1
children 40a1e2dad3a6
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#!/bin/ksh -p

#
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#
#   @test
#   @bug 6282388 8030640
#   @summary Tests that AWT use correct toolkit to be wrapped into HeadlessToolkit
#   @author artem.ananiev@sun.com: area=awt.headless
#   compile TestWrapped.java
#   @run shell WrappedToolkitTest.sh

# Beginning of subroutines:
status=1

#Call this from anywhere to fail the test with an error message
# usage: fail "reason why the test failed"
fail() 
 { echo "The test failed :-("
   echo "$*" 1>&2
   echo "exit status was $status"
   exit $status
 } #end of fail()

#Call this from anywhere to pass the test with a message
# usage: pass "reason why the test passed if applicable"
pass() 
 { echo "The test passed!!!"
   echo "$*" 1>&2
   exit 0
 } #end of pass()

# end of subroutines


# The beginning of the script proper

# Checking for proper OS
OS=`uname -s`
case "$OS" in
   SunOS | Linux | Darwin | CYGWIN* )
      FILESEP="/"
      ;;
    
   Windows* )
      FILESEP="\\"
      ;;

   # catch all other OSs
   * )
      echo "Unrecognized system!  $OS"
      fail "Unrecognized system!  $OS"
      ;;
esac

# check that some executable or other file you need is available, abort if not
#  note that the name of the executable is in the fail string as well.
# this is how to check for presence of the compiler, etc.
#RESOURCE=`whence SomeProgramOrFileNeeded`
#if [ "${RESOURCE}" = "" ] ; 
#   then fail "Need SomeProgramOrFileNeeded to perform the test" ; 
#fi

# Want this test to run standalone as well as in the harness, so do the 
#  following to copy the test's directory into the harness's scratch directory 
#  and set all appropriate variables:

if [ -z "${TESTJAVA}" ] ; then
   # TESTJAVA is not set, so the test is running stand-alone.
   # TESTJAVA holds the path to the root directory of the build of the JDK
   # to be tested.  That is, any java files run explicitly in this shell
   # should use TESTJAVA in the path to the java interpreter.
   # So, we'll set this to the JDK spec'd on the command line.  If none
   # is given on the command line, tell the user that and use a cheesy
   # default.
   # THIS IS THE JDK BEING TESTED.
   if [ -n "$1" ] ;
      then TESTJAVA=$1
      else fail "no JDK specified on command line!"
   fi
   TESTSRC=.
   TESTCLASSES=.
   STANDALONE=1;
fi
echo "JDK under test is: $TESTJAVA"

##Deal with .class files:
#if [ -n "${STANDALONE}" ] ; then
#   # then compile all .java files (if there are any) into .class files
#   if [ -a *.java ]; then
#      ${TESTJAVA}/bin/javac$ ./*.java ;
#   fi
#   # else in harness so copy all the class files from where jtreg put them
#   # over to the scratch directory this test is running in. 
#   else cp ${TESTCLASSES}/*.class . ;
#fi
#
#if in test harness, then copy the entire directory that the test is in over 
# to the scratch directory.  This catches any support files needed by the test.
if [ -z "${STANDALONE}" ] ; 
   then cp ${TESTSRC}/* . 
fi
case "$OS" in
  Windows* | CYGWIN* )
    ${COMPILEJAVA}/bin/javac ${TESTJAVACOPTS} \
                         -XaddExports:java.desktop/sun.awt=ALL-UNNAMED,java.desktop/sun.awt.windows=ALL-UNNAMED ${CP} \
                         *.java
    status=$?
    if [ ! $status -eq "0" ]; then
      fail "Compilation failed";
    fi
    ;;

  SunOS | Linux )
    ${COMPILEJAVA}/bin/javac ${TESTJAVACOPTS} \
                         -XaddExports:java.desktop/sun.awt=ALL-UNNAMED,java.desktop/sun.awt.X11=ALL-UNNAMED ${CP} \
                         *.java
    status=$?
    if [ ! $status -eq "0" ]; then
      fail "Compilation failed";
    fi
    ;;

  Darwin)
    ${COMPILEJAVA}/bin/javac ${TESTJAVACOPTS} \
                         -XaddExports:java.desktop/sun.awt=ALL-UNNAMED,java.desktop/sun.lwawt.macosx=ALL-UNNAMED ${CP} \
                         *.java
    status=$?
    if [ ! $status -eq "0" ]; then
      fail "Compilation failed";
    fi
    ;;

esac

#Just before executing anything, make sure it has executable permission!
chmod 777 ./*

###############  YOUR TEST CODE HERE!!!!!!!  #############

case "$OS" in
  Windows* | CYGWIN* )
    ${TESTJAVA}/bin/java ${TESTVMOPTS} -Djava.awt.headless=true \
                         -XaddExports:java.desktop/sun.awt=ALL-UNNAMED,java.desktop/sun.awt.windows=ALL-UNNAMED ${CP} \
                         TestWrapped sun.awt.windows.WToolkit
    status=$?
    if [ ! $status -eq "0" ]; then
      fail "Test FAILED: toolkit wrapped into HeadlessToolkit is not an instance of sun.awt.windows.WToolkit";
    fi
    ${TESTJAVA}/bin/java ${TESTVMOPTS} -Djava.awt.headless=true \
                         -XaddExports:java.desktop/sun.awt=ALL-UNNAMED,java.desktop/sun.awt.windows=ALL-UNNAMED ${CP} \
                         -Dawt.toolkit=sun.awt.windows.WToolkit \
                         TestWrapped sun.awt.windows.WToolkit
    status=$?
    if [ ! $status -eq "0" ]; then
      fail "Test FAILED: toolkit wrapped into HeadlessToolkit is not an instance of sun.awt.windows.WToolkit";
    fi
    ;;

  SunOS | Linux )
    ${TESTJAVA}/bin/java ${TESTVMOPTS} -Djava.awt.headless=true \
                         -XaddExports:java.desktop/sun.awt=ALL-UNNAMED,java.desktop/sun.awt.X11=ALL-UNNAMED ${CP} \
                         -Dawt.toolkit=sun.awt.X11.XToolkit \
                         TestWrapped sun.awt.X11.XToolkit
    status=$?
    if [ ! $status -eq "0" ]; then
      fail "Test FAILED: toolkit wrapped into HeadlessToolkit is not an instance of sun.awt.xawt.XToolkit";
    fi
    AWT_TOOLKIT=XToolkit ${TESTJAVA}/bin/java ${TESTVMOPTS} \
                         -XaddExports:java.desktop/sun.awt=ALL-UNNAMED,java.desktop/sun.awt.X11=ALL-UNNAMED ${CP} \
                                              -Djava.awt.headless=true \
                                              TestWrapped sun.awt.X11.XToolkit
    status=$?
    if [ ! $status -eq "0" ]; then
      fail "Test FAILED: toolkit wrapped into HeadlessToolkit is not an instance of sun.awt.xawt.XToolkit";
    fi
    ;;

  Darwin)
    ${TESTJAVA}/bin/java ${TESTVMOPTS} -Djava.awt.headless=true \
                         -XaddExports:java.desktop/sun.awt=ALL-UNNAMED,java.desktop/sun.lwawt.macosx=ALL-UNNAMED ${CP} \
                         TestWrapped sun.lwawt.macosx.LWCToolkit
    status=$?
    if [ ! $status -eq "0" ]; then
      fail "Test FAILED: toolkit wrapped into HeadlessToolkit is not an instance of sun.lwawt.macosx.LWCToolkit";
    fi
    ${TESTJAVA}/bin/java ${TESTVMOPTS} -Djava.awt.headless=true \
                         -XaddExports:java.desktop/sun.awt=ALL-UNNAMED,java.desktop/sun.lwawt.macosx=ALL-UNNAMED ${CP} \
                         -Dawt.toolkit=sun.lwawt.macosx.LWCToolkit \
                         TestWrapped sun.lwawt.macosx.LWCToolkit
    status=$?
    if [ ! $status -eq "0" ]; then
      fail "Test FAILED: toolkit wrapped into HeadlessToolkit is not an instance of sun.lwawt.macosx.LWCToolkit";
    fi
    ;;

esac

pass "All the tests are PASSED";

#For additional examples of how to write platform independent KSH scripts,
# see the jtreg file itself.  It is a KSH script for both Solaris and Win32