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authorChris Johns <chrisj@rtems.org>2020-09-07 10:05:19 +1000
committerChris Johns <chrisj@rtems.org>2020-09-08 16:15:43 +1000
commitcd8fa2fe74d6785271409aacd1d3d68d863e47f7 (patch)
treed6949bc16e80c0a0d8cbdb9d0276ed654106be50
parentb1c6a98da4a23dfbcf77bd51fee23a0baba93db2 (diff)
downloadrtems-tools-cd8fa2fe74d6785271409aacd1d3d68d863e47f7.tar.bz2
tester: Add support for test-too-long
- A test that loops generating output did not timeout. Monitor the the session time and set a maximum test period.
-rw-r--r--tester/rt/config.py45
-rw-r--r--tester/rt/exe.py172
-rw-r--r--tester/rt/gdb.py117
-rw-r--r--tester/rt/report.py28
-rw-r--r--tester/rt/test.py6
-rw-r--r--tester/rt/tftp.py33
-rw-r--r--tester/rtems/testing/testing.mc3
-rw-r--r--tester/wscript1
8 files changed, 348 insertions, 57 deletions
diff --git a/tester/rt/config.py b/tester/rt/config.py
index ee639e9..bc9263a 100644
--- a/tester/rt/config.py
+++ b/tester/rt/config.py
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
#
# RTEMS Tools Project (http://www.rtems.org/)
-# Copyright 2013-2017 Chris Johns (chrisj@rtems.org)
+# Copyright 2013-2020 Chris Johns (chrisj@rtems.org)
# All rights reserved.
#
# This file is part of the RTEMS Tools package in 'rtems-tools'.
@@ -49,6 +49,7 @@ from rtemstoolkit import path
from rtemstoolkit import stacktraces
import console
+import exe
import gdb
import tftp
@@ -78,6 +79,7 @@ class file(config.file):
self.report = report
self.name = name
self.timedout = False
+ self.test_too_long = False
self.test_started = False
self.kill_good = False
self.kill_on_end = False
@@ -102,6 +104,12 @@ class file(config.file):
self._unlock()
self.capture('*** TIMEOUT TIMEOUT')
+ def _test_too_long(self):
+ self._lock()
+ self.test_too_long = True
+ self._unlock()
+ self.capture('*** TEST TOO LONG')
+
def _ok_kill(self):
self._lock()
self.kill_good = True
@@ -219,22 +227,20 @@ class file(config.file):
else:
raise error.general(self._name_line_msg('invalid console type'))
- def _dir_execute(self, data, total, index, exe, bsp_arch, bsp):
- self.process = execute.execute(output = self.capture)
- if self.console:
- self.console.open()
+ def _dir_execute(self, data, total, index, rexe, bsp_arch, bsp):
+ self.process = exe.exe(bsp_arch, bsp, trace = self.exe_trace('exe'))
if not self.in_error:
- self.capture_console('run: %s' % (' '.join(data)))
+ if self.console:
+ self.console.open()
if not self.opts.dry_run():
- ec, proc = self.process.open(data,
- timeout = (int(self.expand('%{timeout}')),
- self._timeout))
- self._lock()
- if not (self.kill_good or self.defined('exe_ignore_ret')) and ec > 0:
- self._error('execute failed: %s: exit-code:%d' % (' '.join(data), ec))
- elif self.timedout:
- self.process.kill()
- self._unlock()
+ self.process.open(data,
+ ignore_exit_code = self.defined('exe_ignore_ret'),
+ output = self.capture,
+ console = self.capture_console,
+ timeout = (int(self.expand('%{timeout}')),
+ int(self.expand('%{max_test_period}')),
+ self._timeout,
+ self._test_too_long))
if self.console:
self.console.close()
@@ -255,7 +261,10 @@ class file(config.file):
script = script,
output = self.capture,
gdb_console = self.capture_console,
- timeout = int(self.expand('%{timeout}')))
+ timeout = (int(self.expand('%{timeout}')),
+ int(self.expand('%{max_test_period}')),
+ self._timeout,
+ self._test_too_long))
if self.console:
self.console.close()
@@ -278,7 +287,9 @@ class file(config.file):
output_length = self._output_length,
console = self.capture_console,
timeout = (int(self.expand('%{timeout}')),
- self._timeout))
+ int(self.expand('%{max_test_period}')),
+ self._timeout,
+ self._test_too_long))
if self.console:
self.console.close()
diff --git a/tester/rt/exe.py b/tester/rt/exe.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..5655073
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tester/rt/exe.py
@@ -0,0 +1,172 @@
+# SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-2-Clause
+'''Executable test target.'''
+
+# Copyright (C) 2013-2020 Chris Johns (chrisj@rtems.org)
+#
+# Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+# modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
+# are met:
+# 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+# notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+# 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
+# notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
+# documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
+#
+# THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS"
+# AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
+# IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
+# ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE
+# LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
+# CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF
+# SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS
+# INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
+# CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
+# ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
+# POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+from __future__ import print_function
+
+import datetime
+import os
+import threading
+import time
+
+from rtemstoolkit import execute
+
+
+class exe(object):
+ '''RTEMS Testing EXE base.'''
+
+ # pylint: disable=useless-object-inheritance
+ # pylint: disable=too-many-instance-attributes
+
+ def __init__(self, bsp_arch, bsp, trace=False):
+ self.trace = trace
+ self.lock_trace = False
+ self.lock_locked = None
+ self.lock = threading.RLock()
+ self.bsp = bsp
+ self.bsp_arch = bsp_arch
+ self.output = None
+ self.output_length = 0
+ self.process = None
+ self.ecode = None
+ self.output = None
+ self.output_buffer = ''
+ self.console = None
+ self.timeout = None
+ self.test_too_long = None
+ self.kill_good = True
+
+ def _lock(self, msg):
+ if self.lock_trace:
+ print('|[ LOCK:%s ]|' % (msg))
+ self.lock_locked = datetime.datetime.now()
+ self.lock.acquire()
+
+ def _unlock(self, msg):
+ if self.lock_trace:
+ period = datetime.datetime.now() - self.lock_locked
+ print('|] UNLOCK:%s [| : %s' % (msg, period))
+ self.lock.release()
+
+ def _capture(self, text):
+ self._lock('_capture')
+ self.output_length += len(text)
+ self._unlock('_capture')
+ if self.output is not None:
+ self.output(text)
+
+ def _timeout(self):
+ self._kill()
+ if self.timeout is not None:
+ self.timeout()
+
+ def _test_too_long(self):
+ self._kill()
+ if self.test_too_long is not None:
+ self.test_too_long()
+
+ def _kill(self):
+ self._lock('_kill')
+ self.kill_good = True
+ self._unlock('_kill')
+ if self.process:
+ # pylint: disable=bare-except
+ try:
+ self.process.kill()
+ except:
+ pass
+ self.process = None
+
+ def _execute(self, args):
+ '''Thread to execute the test and to wait for it to finish.'''
+ # pylint: disable=unused-variable
+ cmds = args
+ if self.console is not None:
+ self.console('exe: %s' % (' '.join(cmds)))
+ ecode, proc = self.process.open(cmds)
+ if self.trace:
+ print('gdb done', ecode)
+ self._lock('_execute')
+ self.ecode = ecode
+ self.process = None
+ self._unlock('_execute')
+
+ def _monitor(self, timeout):
+ output_length = self.output_length
+ step = 0.25
+ period = timeout[0]
+ seconds = timeout[1]
+ while self.process and period > 0 and seconds > 0:
+ current_length = self.output_length
+ if output_length != current_length:
+ period = timeout[0]
+ output_length = current_length
+ if seconds < step:
+ seconds = 0
+ else:
+ seconds -= step
+ if period < step:
+ step = period
+ period = 0
+ else:
+ period -= step
+ self._unlock('_monitor')
+ time.sleep(step)
+ self._lock('_monitor')
+ if self.process is not None:
+ if period == 0:
+ self._timeout()
+ elif seconds == 0:
+ self._test_too_long()
+
+ def open(self, command, ignore_exit_code, output, console, timeout):
+ '''Open the execute test run'''
+ # pylint: disable=too-many-arguments
+ self._lock('_open')
+ self.timeout = timeout[2]
+ self.test_too_long = timeout[3]
+ try:
+ cmds = execute.arg_list(command)
+ self.output = output
+ self.console = console
+ self.process = execute.execute(output=self._capture)
+ exec_thread = threading.Thread(target=self._execute, args=[cmds])
+ exec_thread.start()
+ self._monitor(timeout)
+ if self.ecode is not None and \
+ not (self.kill_good or ignore_exit_code) and self.ecode > 0:
+ if self.output:
+ self.output('*** TARGET ERROR %d %s ***' %
+ (self.ecode, os.strerror(self.ecode)))
+ finally:
+ self._unlock('_open')
+
+ def kill(self):
+ '''Kill the test run.'''
+ self._lock('_kill')
+ try:
+ self._kill()
+ finally:
+ self._unlock('_kill')
diff --git a/tester/rt/gdb.py b/tester/rt/gdb.py
index bfd3749..d0cf504 100644
--- a/tester/rt/gdb.py
+++ b/tester/rt/gdb.py
@@ -43,6 +43,7 @@ except ImportError:
import queue
import sys
import threading
+import time
from rtemstoolkit import error
from rtemstoolkit import execute
@@ -67,15 +68,19 @@ class gdb(object):
self.bsp = bsp
self.bsp_arch = bsp_arch
self.output = None
+ self.output_length = 0
self.gdb_console = None
self.input = queue.Queue()
self.commands = queue.Queue()
self.process = None
+ self.ecode = None
self.state = {}
self.running = False
self.breakpoints = {}
self.output = None
self.output_buffer = ''
+ self.timeout = None
+ self.test_too_long = None
self.lc = 0
def _lock(self, msg):
@@ -153,13 +158,14 @@ class gdb(object):
return False
def _timeout(self):
- self._lock('_timeout')
- try:
- if self.output:
- self.output('*** TIMEOUT TIMEOUT')
- self._gdb_quit(backtrace = True)
- finally:
- self._unlock('_timeout')
+ self._stop()
+ if self.timeout is not None:
+ self.timeout()
+
+ def _test_too_long(self):
+ self._stop()
+ if self.test_too_long is not None:
+ self.test_too_long()
def _cleanup(self, proc):
self._lock('_cleanup')
@@ -181,10 +187,73 @@ class gdb(object):
finally:
self._unlock('_gdb_quit')
+ def _stop(self):
+ self._gdb_quit(backtrace=True)
+ seconds = 5
+ step = 0.1
+ while self.process and seconds > 0:
+ if seconds > step:
+ seconds -= step
+ else:
+ seconds = 0
+ self._unlock('_stop')
+ time.sleep(step)
+ self._lock('_stop')
+ if self.process and seconds == 0:
+ self._kill()
+
+ def _kill(self):
+ if self.process:
+ self.process.kill()
+ self.process = None
+
+ def _execute_gdb(self, args):
+ '''Thread to execute GDB and to wait for it to finish.'''
+ cmds = args
+ self.gdb_console('gdb: %s' % (' '.join(cmds)))
+ ecode, proc = self.process.open(cmds)
+ if self.trace:
+ print('gdb done', ecode)
+ self._lock('_execute_gdb')
+ self.ecode = ecode
+ self.process = None
+ self.running = False
+ self._unlock('_execute_gdb')
+
+ def _monitor(self, timeout):
+ output_length = self.output_length
+ step = 0.25
+ period = timeout[0]
+ seconds = timeout[1]
+ while self.process and period > 0 and seconds > 0:
+ current_length = self.output_length
+ if output_length != current_length:
+ period = timeout[0]
+ output_length = current_length
+ if seconds < step:
+ seconds = 0
+ else:
+ seconds -= step
+ if period < step:
+ step = period
+ period = 0
+ else:
+ period -= step
+ self._unlock('_monitor')
+ time.sleep(step)
+ self._lock('_monitor')
+ if self.process is not None:
+ if period == 0:
+ self._timeout()
+ elif seconds == 0:
+ self._test_too_long()
+
def open(self, command, executable,
- output, gdb_console, script = None, tty = None,
- timeout = 300):
+ output, gdb_console, timeout,
+ script = None, tty = None):
self._lock('_open')
+ self.timeout = timeout[2]
+ self.test_too_long = timeout[3]
try:
cmds = execute.arg_list(command) + ['-i=mi',
'--nx',
@@ -196,32 +265,25 @@ class gdb(object):
self.output = output
self.gdb_console = gdb_console
self.script = script
- self.running = False
self.process = execute.execute(output = self._reader,
input = self._writer,
cleanup = self._cleanup)
- finally:
- self._unlock('_open')
- self.gdb_console('gdb: %s' % (' '.join(cmds)))
- ec, proc = self.process.open(cmds, timeout = (timeout, self._timeout))
- if self.trace:
- print('gdb done', ec)
- if ec > 0:
- raise error.general('gdb exec: %s: %s' % (cmds[0], os.strerror(ec)))
- self._lock('_open')
- try:
- self.process = None
+ exec_thread = threading.Thread(target=self._execute_gdb,
+ args=[cmds])
+ exec_thread.start()
+ self._monitor(timeout)
+ if self.ecode is not None and self.ecode > 0:
+ raise error.general('gdb exec: %s: %s' % (cmds[0],
+ os.strerror(self.ecode)))
finally:
self._unlock('_open')
def kill(self):
- self._lock('_open')
+ self._lock('_kill')
try:
- if self.process:
- self.process.kill()
- self.process = None
+ self._kill()
finally:
- self._unlock('_open')
+ self._unlock('_kill')
def gdb_expect(self):
if self.trace:
@@ -282,8 +344,9 @@ class gdb(object):
if last_lf >= 0:
lines = self.output_buffer[:last_lf]
if self.trace:
- print('/// console output')
+ print('/// console output: ', len(lines))
for line in lines.splitlines():
+ self.output_length += len(line)
self.output(line)
self.output_buffer = self.output_buffer[last_lf + 1:]
except:
diff --git a/tester/rt/report.py b/tester/rt/report.py
index c62d553..5f871dc 100644
--- a/tester/rt/report.py
+++ b/tester/rt/report.py
@@ -63,6 +63,7 @@ class report(object):
self.indeterminate = 0
self.benchmark = 0
self.timeouts = 0
+ self.test_too_long = 0
self.invalids = 0
self.wrong_version = 0
self.wrong_build = 0
@@ -79,6 +80,7 @@ class report(object):
msg += 'Indeterminate: %*d%s' % (self.total_len, self.self.indeterminate, os.linesep)
msg += 'Benchmark: %*d%s' % (self.total_len, self.self.benchmark, os.linesep)
msg += 'Timeout: %*d%s' % (self.total_len, self.timeouts, os.linesep)
+ msg += 'Test too long: %*d%s' % (self.total_len, self.test_too_long, os.linesep)
msg += 'Invalid: %*d%s' % (self.total_len, self.invalids, os.linesep)
msg += 'Wrong Version %*d%s' % (self.total_len, self.wrong_version, os.linesep)
msg += 'Wrong Build %*d%s' % (self.total_len, self.wrong_build, os.linesep)
@@ -87,7 +89,7 @@ class report(object):
def start(self, index, total, name, executable, bsp_arch, bsp, show_header):
header = '[%*d/%*d] p:%-*d f:%-*d u:%-*d e:%-*d I:%-*d B:%-*d ' \
- 't:%-*d i:%-*d W:%-*d | %s/%s: %s' % \
+ 't:%-*d L:%-*d i:%-*d W:%-*d | %s/%s: %s' % \
(len(str(total)), index,
len(str(total)), total,
len(str(total)), self.passed,
@@ -97,6 +99,7 @@ class report(object):
len(str(total)), self.indeterminate,
len(str(total)), self.benchmark,
len(str(total)), self.timeouts,
+ len(str(total)), self.test_too_long,
len(str(total)), self.invalids,
len(str(total)), self.wrong_version + self.wrong_build + self.wrong_tools,
bsp_arch,
@@ -123,11 +126,13 @@ class report(object):
def end(self, name, output, output_prefix):
start = False
end = False
+ fatal = False
state = None
version = None
build = None
tools = None
timeout = False
+ test_too_long = False
prefixed_output = []
for line in output:
if line[0] == output_prefix:
@@ -137,8 +142,12 @@ class report(object):
start = True
elif line[1][4:].startswith('END OF '):
end = True
+ elif line[1][4:].startswith('FATAL'):
+ fatal = True
elif banner.startswith('TIMEOUT TIMEOUT'):
timeout = True
+ elif banner.startswith('TEST TOO LONG'):
+ test_too_long = True
elif banner.startswith('TEST VERSION:'):
version = banner[13:].strip()
elif banner.startswith('TEST STATE:'):
@@ -184,9 +193,15 @@ class report(object):
if state is None or state == 'EXPECTED_PASS':
status = 'passed'
self.passed += 1
+ elif fatal:
+ status = 'fatal error'
+ self.failed += 1
elif timeout:
status = 'timeout'
self.timeouts += 1
+ elif test_too_long:
+ status = 'test-too-long'
+ self.test_too_long += 1
elif start:
if not end:
status = 'failed'
@@ -240,7 +255,7 @@ class report(object):
return status
def log(self, name, mode):
- status_fails = ['failed', 'timeout', 'invalid',
+ status_fails = ['failed', 'timeout', 'test-too-long', 'invalid',
'wrong-version', 'wrong-build', 'wrong-tools']
if mode != 'none':
self.lock.acquire()
@@ -273,8 +288,9 @@ class report(object):
def score_card(self, mode = 'full'):
if mode == 'short':
wrongs = self.wrong_version + self.wrong_build + self.wrong_tools
- return 'Passed:%d Failed:%d Timeout:%d Invalid:%d Wrong:%d' % \
- (self.passed, self.failed, self.timeouts, self.invalids, wrongs)
+ return 'Passed:%d Failed:%d Timeout:%d Test-Too-long:%d Invalid:%d Wrong:%d' % \
+ (self.passed, self.failed, self.timeouts, self.test_too_long,
+ self.invalids, wrongs)
elif mode == 'full':
l = []
l += ['Passed: %*d' % (self.total_len, self.passed)]
@@ -284,6 +300,7 @@ class report(object):
l += ['Indeterminate: %*d' % (self.total_len, self.indeterminate)]
l += ['Benchmark: %*d' % (self.total_len, self.benchmark)]
l += ['Timeout: %*d' % (self.total_len, self.timeouts)]
+ l += ['Test too long: %*d' % (self.total_len, self.test_too_long)]
l += ['Invalid: %*d' % (self.total_len, self.invalids)]
l += ['Wrong Version: %*d' % (self.total_len, self.wrong_version)]
l += ['Wrong Build: %*d' % (self.total_len, self.wrong_build)]
@@ -319,6 +336,9 @@ class report(object):
if self.timeouts:
l += ['Timeouts:']
l += show_state(self.results, 'timeout', self.name_max_len)
+ if self.test_too_long:
+ l += ['Test too long:']
+ l += show_state(self.results, 'test-too-long', self.name_max_len)
if self.invalids:
l += ['Invalid:']
l += show_state(self.results, 'invalid', self.name_max_len)
diff --git a/tester/rt/test.py b/tester/rt/test.py
index 16ac352..3ecadf9 100644
--- a/tester/rt/test.py
+++ b/tester/rt/test.py
@@ -235,6 +235,7 @@ def generate_json_report(args, reports, start_time, end_time,
json_log['summary']['indeterminate_count'] = reports.indeterminate
json_log['summary']['benchmark_count'] = reports.benchmark
json_log['summary']['timeout_count'] = reports.timeouts
+ json_log['summary']['too_long_count'] = reports.too_long
json_log['summary']['invalid_count'] = reports.invalids
json_log['summary']['wrong-version_count'] = reports.wrong_version
json_log['summary']['wrong-build_count'] = reports.wrong_build
@@ -246,8 +247,8 @@ def generate_json_report(args, reports, start_time, end_time,
result_types = [
'failed', 'user-input', 'expected-fail', 'indeterminate',
- 'benchmark', 'timeout', 'invalid', 'wrong-version', 'wrong-build',
- 'wrong-tools'
+ 'benchmark', 'timeout', 'too-long', 'invalid', 'wrong-version',
+ 'wrong-build', 'wrong-tools'
]
json_results = {}
for result_type in result_types:
@@ -304,6 +305,7 @@ def generate_junit_report(args, reports, start_time, end_time,
junit_prop['indeterminate_count'] = reports.indeterminate
junit_prop['benchmark_count'] = reports.benchmark
junit_prop['timeout_count'] = reports.timeouts
+ junit_prop['too_long_count'] = reports.too_long
junit_prop['invalid_count'] = reports.invalids
junit_prop['wrong-version_count'] = reports.wrong_version
junit_prop['wrong-build_count'] = reports.wrong_build
diff --git a/tester/rt/tftp.py b/tester/rt/tftp.py
index 7af3a62..7829e8f 100644
--- a/tester/rt/tftp.py
+++ b/tester/rt/tftp.py
@@ -66,6 +66,7 @@ class tftp(object):
self.port = 0
self.exe = None
self.timeout = None
+ self.test_too_long = None
self.timer = None
self.running = False
self.finished = False
@@ -109,6 +110,15 @@ class tftp(object):
if self.timeout is not None:
self.timeout()
+ def _test_too_long(self):
+ self._stop()
+ while self.running or not self.finished:
+ self._unlock('_test_too_long')
+ time.sleep(0.1)
+ self._lock('_test_too_long')
+ if self.test_too_long is not None:
+ self.test_too_long()
+
def _exe_handle(self, req_file, raddress, rport):
self._lock('_exe_handle')
exe = self.exe
@@ -166,29 +176,40 @@ class tftp(object):
self.exe = executable
if self.console:
self.console('tftp: exe: %s' % (executable))
- self.timeout = timeout[1]
+ self.timeout = timeout[2]
+ self.test_too_long = timeout[3]
self.listener = threading.Thread(target = self._runner,
name = 'tftp-listener')
self.listener.start()
- step = 0.5
+ step = 0.25
period = timeout[0]
+ seconds = timeout[1]
output_len = self.output_length()
- while not self.finished and period > 0:
+ while not self.finished and period > 0 and seconds > 0:
+ if not self.running and self.caught:
+ break
current_length = self.output_length()
if output_length != current_length:
period = timeout[0]
output_length = current_length
+ if seconds < step:
+ seconds = 0
+ else:
+ seconds -= step
if period < step:
+ step = period
period = 0
else:
period -= step
self._unlock('_open')
time.sleep(step)
self._lock('_open')
- if not self.finished and period == 0:
- self._timeout()
+ if not self.finished:
+ if period == 0:
+ self._timeout()
+ elif seconds == 0:
+ self._test_too_long()
caught = self.caught
- self.caught = None
self._init()
self._unlock('_open')
if caught is not None:
diff --git a/tester/rtems/testing/testing.mc b/tester/rtems/testing/testing.mc
index 662b352..d03ea6d 100644
--- a/tester/rtems/testing/testing.mc
+++ b/tester/rtems/testing/testing.mc
@@ -51,7 +51,8 @@ _rtbase: none, none, '%{_rtdir}'
_rtscripts: none, none, '%{_rtbase}/rtems/testing'
# Defaults
-timeout: none, none, '180'
+timeout: none, none, '180' # seconds
+max_test_period: none, none, '300' # seconds
# Tests detected as invalid that are valid
invalid_tests: none, none, '''minimum.exe'''
diff --git a/tester/wscript b/tester/wscript
index e0e4693..ad1cf2d 100644
--- a/tester/wscript
+++ b/tester/wscript
@@ -60,6 +60,7 @@ def build(bld):
'rt/config.py',
'rt/console.py',
'rt/coverage.py',
+ 'rt/exe.py',
'rt/gdb.py',
'rt/options.py',
'rt/report.py',