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authorRyan Long <ryan.long@oarcorp.com>2021-04-21 16:24:33 -0400
committerJoel Sherrill <joel@rtems.org>2021-04-28 10:01:04 -0500
commitfe3e05ffca397227d85144e63f9410dd15937d8d (patch)
tree9c4f2618e4f237d3111380e4a8d750b14f3f80d8
parenta1679af38053ec37f3e8c4d71f4f175fd58ce754 (diff)
downloadrtems-fe3e05ffca397227d85144e63f9410dd15937d8d.tar.bz2
psx13: Reworked and relicensed
Changed the way the tests were structured, added rtems_test_assert()'s, updated psx13.scn and the license. Update #3899
-rw-r--r--testsuites/psxtests/psx13/main.c37
-rw-r--r--testsuites/psxtests/psx13/psx13.scn21
-rw-r--r--testsuites/psxtests/psx13/test.c848
3 files changed, 324 insertions, 582 deletions
diff --git a/testsuites/psxtests/psx13/main.c b/testsuites/psxtests/psx13/main.c
index 20788b353f..f9e79072eb 100644
--- a/testsuites/psxtests/psx13/main.c
+++ b/testsuites/psxtests/psx13/main.c
@@ -1,14 +1,37 @@
-/*
- * Simple test program -- simplified version of sample test hello.
+/* SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-2-Clause */
+
+/**
+ * @file
*
- * COPYRIGHT (c) 1989-2009.
- * On-Line Applications Research Corporation (OAR).
+ * @brief Simple test program -- simplified version of sample test hello.
*
- * The license and distribution terms for this file may be
- * found in the file LICENSE in this distribution or at
- * http://www.rtems.org/license/LICENSE.
*/
+/*
+ * COPYRIGHT (c) 1989-2009, 2021.
+ * On-Line Applications Research Corporation (OAR).
+ *
+ * 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.
+ */
#ifdef HAVE_CONFIG_H
#include "config.h"
diff --git a/testsuites/psxtests/psx13/psx13.scn b/testsuites/psxtests/psx13/psx13.scn
index 428a9316a7..efa79c9427 100644
--- a/testsuites/psxtests/psx13/psx13.scn
+++ b/testsuites/psxtests/psx13/psx13.scn
@@ -1,16 +1,7 @@
-*** POSIX TEST 13 ***
+*** BEGIN OF TEST PSX 13 ***
+*** TEST VERSION: 6.0.0.75f80242186af2dde0c5bc7272a119e3b78d7ba0
+*** TEST STATE: EXPECTED_PASS
+*** TEST BUILD: RTEMS_DEBUG RTEMS_POSIX_API
+*** TEST TOOLS: 10.2.1 20210309 (RTEMS 6, RSB 5e449fb5c2cb6812a238f9f9764fd339cbbf05c2, Newlib d10d0d9)
-Files initialized successfully.
-Testing device_lseek()... Failed!!!
-Testing dup()............ Failed!!!
-Testing dup2()........... Success.
-Testing fdatasync()...... Success.
-Testing umask().......... Success.
-Testing utime().......... Success.
-Testing utimes().......... Success.
-Testing fsync().......... Success.
-Testing pathconf()....... Success.
-Testing fpathconf()...... Success.
-Testing sync()......
-
-*** END OF TEST PSX13 ***
+*** END OF TEST PSX 13 ***
diff --git a/testsuites/psxtests/psx13/test.c b/testsuites/psxtests/psx13/test.c
index 79b24c2aba..e98b03a6f5 100644
--- a/testsuites/psxtests/psx13/test.c
+++ b/testsuites/psxtests/psx13/test.c
@@ -1,26 +1,49 @@
-/*
- * Psx13
- * Chris Bond (working under Jennifer's account)
+/* SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-2-Clause */
+
+/**
+ * @file
*
- * This test exercises the following routines:
+ * @brief This tests various file system functions.
*
- * device_lseek - test implemented
- * dup - test implemented
- * dup2 - test implemented
- * fdatasync - test implemented
- * fsync - test implemented
- * pathconf - test implemented
- * fpathconf - test implemented
- * umask - test implemented
- * utime - test implemented
- * utimes - test implemented
+ * This test exercises the following routines:
*
- * COPYRIGHT (c) 1989-2009.
+ * - lseek()
+ * - dup()
+ * - dup2()
+ * - fdatasync()
+ * - fsync()
+ * - pathconf()
+ * - fpathconf()
+ * - umask()
+ * - utime()
+ * - utimes()
+ * - sync()
+ */
+
+/*
+ * COPYRIGHT (c) 1989-2009, 2021.
* On-Line Applications Research Corporation (OAR).
*
- * The license and distribution terms for this file may be
- * found in the file LICENSE in this distribution or at
- * http://www.rtems.org/license/LICENSE.
+ * 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.
*/
#ifdef HAVE_CONFIG_H
@@ -34,6 +57,7 @@
#include <unistd.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <utime.h>
+#include <tmacros.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <unistd.h>
@@ -42,685 +66,389 @@
const char rtems_test_name[] = "PSX 13";
-int InitFiles(void);
-int DeviceLSeekTest(void);
-int DupTest(void);
-int Dup2Test(void);
-int FDataSyncTest(void);
-int UMaskTest(void);
-int UTimeTest(void);
-int UTimesTest(void);
-int PathConfTest(void);
-int FPathConfTest(void);
-int FSyncTest(void);
-
-/*-------------------------------------------------------------------
- * InitFiles function
- *
- * Initializes the three files to be used in the test.
- *
- * arguments: none
- * assumptions: fopen, fprintf, fwrite, FILE are available
- * actions: creates testfile1, a text file with 'a'..'z' listed 4 times.
- * creates testfile2, a text file with 'a'..'z' listed 4 times.
- * creates testfile3, a binary file with 0..9 listed 4 times.
- * returns: TRUE if files opened successfully.
- * FALSE if fail on file open for write.
- *
- * ------------------------------------------------------------------
+/**
+ * @brief Initializes the three files to be used for the test.
*/
-
-int InitFiles (void)
+static void InitFiles( void )
{
int count;
+ int rv;
FILE *fp1, *fp2, *fp3;
char letter;
int number;
- int retval;
-
- fp1 = fopen("testfile1.tst", "wt");
- fp2 = fopen("testfile2.tst", "wt");
- fp3 = fopen("testfile4.tst", "wb");
- if ((fp1 != NULL) && (fp2 != NULL) && (fp3 !=NULL)) {
+ fp1 = fopen( "testfile1.tst", "wt" );
+ rtems_test_assert( fp1 != NULL );
- letter = 'a';
+ fp2 = fopen( "testfile2.tst", "wt" );
+ rtems_test_assert( fp2 != NULL );
- for (count=0 ; count<(26*4); ++count) {
- fprintf (fp1, "%c", letter);
- fprintf (fp2, "%c", letter);
+ fp3 = fopen( "testfile4.tst", "wb" );
+ rtems_test_assert( fp3 != NULL );
- ++letter;
- if (letter > 'z')
- letter = 'a';
- }
+ letter = 'a';
- number = 0;
+ for( count = 0 ; count < (26*4); ++count) {
+ fprintf( fp1, "%c", letter );
+ fprintf( fp2, "%c", letter );
- for (count = 0; count <40; ++count) {
-
- fwrite (&number, 1, sizeof(int), fp3);
+ ++letter;
+ if( letter > 'z' )
+ letter = 'a';
+ }
- ++number;
- if (number > 9)
- number = 0;
- }
+ number = 0;
- fclose(fp1);
- fclose(fp2);
- fclose(fp3);
+ for( count = 0; count < 40; ++count ) {
+ fwrite( &number, 1, sizeof(int), fp3 );
- retval = TRUE;
+ ++number;
+ if( number > 9 )
+ number = 0;
}
- else
- retval = FALSE;
+ rv = fclose( fp1 );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv != EOF );
- /* assert (retval == TRUE);*/
+ rv = fclose( fp2 );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv != EOF );
- return (retval);
+ rv = fclose( fp3 );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv != EOF );
}
-/* ---------------------------------------------------------------
- * DeviceLSeekTest function
- *
- * Hits the device_lseek code by lseeking on the console.
- *
- * arguments: none
- * assumptions: lseek available
- * actions: hits lseek with some dummy arguments.
- * returns: value of return from lseek.
- *
- * ---------------------------------------------------------------
+/**
+ * @brief Exercises lseek() by lseeking on the console.
*/
-
-int DeviceLSeekTest (void)
+static void DeviceLSeekTest( void )
{
- int error = -1, retval = FALSE;
-
- int fd = open ("/dev/console", O_RDONLY);
+ int rv;
+ int fd;
- error = lseek(fd, 5, SEEK_SET);
+ fd = open( "/dev/console", O_RDONLY );
+ rtems_test_assert( fd != -1 );
- if (error == 0)
- retval = TRUE;
- else
- retval = FALSE;
+ rv = lseek( fd, 5, SEEK_SET );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == -1 );
+ rtems_test_assert( errno == ESPIPE );
- close( fd ); /* assert (retval == TRUE);*/
-
- return (retval);
+ rv = close( fd );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == 0 );
}
-/* ---------------------------------------------------------------
- * DupTest function
- *
- * Hits the dup code.
- *
- * arguments: none
- * assumptions: dup, open, close, fcntl available.
- * actions: Gets a file descriptor(fd1) for test file1.
- * dups fd1 to fd2.
- * sets fd1 to append mode
- * checks fd2 to ensure it's in append mode, also.
- * returns: success if fd2 is indeed a copy of fd1.
- *
- * ---------------------------------------------------------------
+/**
+ * @brief Exercises dup().
*/
-
-int DupTest(void)
+static void DupTest( void )
{
int fd1, fd2;
+ int flags;
+ int rv;
- int flags = 0, retval = FALSE;
-
- fd1 = open ("testfile1.tst", O_RDONLY);
- fd2 = dup(fd1);
+ fd1 = open( "testfile1.tst", O_RDONLY );
+ rtems_test_assert( fd1 != -1 );
- if (fd2 != -1) {
+ fd2 = dup( fd1 );
+ rtems_test_assert( fd2 != -1 );
- fcntl(fd1, F_SETFL, O_APPEND);
- flags = fcntl(fd2, F_GETFL);
+ rv = fcntl( fd1, F_SETFL, O_APPEND );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv != -1 );
- close (fd1);
+ flags = fcntl( fd2, F_GETFL ) & O_APPEND;
+ rtems_test_assert( flags == 0 );
- flags = (flags & O_APPEND);
-
- retval = (flags == O_APPEND);
- }
+ rv = close( fd1 );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == 0 );
- else
- retval = FALSE;
-
- close( fd1 );
- close( fd2 );
- /* assert (retval == TRUE);*/
-
- return (retval);
+ rv = close( fd2 );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == 0 );
}
-/* ---------------------------------------------------------------
- * Dup2Test function
- *
- * Hits the dup2 code.
- *
- * arguments: none
- * assumptions: dup, dup2, open, close, fcntl available.
- * actions: Gets a file descriptor(fd1) for test file1.
- * dups fd1 to fd2.
- * sets fd1 to append mode
- * checks fd2 to ensure it's in append mode, also.
- * sets fd1 to invalid value, fd2 to valid, tries to dup2.
- * sets fd2 to invalid value, fd1 to valid tries to dup2.
- * returns: success if fd2 is a copy of fd1, and invalid fd1 or fd2 produce errors.
- *
- * ---------------------------------------------------------------
+/**
+ * @brief Exercises dup2().
*/
-
-int Dup2Test(void)
+static void Dup2Test( void )
{
int fd1, fd2;
+ int flags;
+ int rv;
- int flags = 0, retval = FALSE;
-
- int error = 0;
+ fd1 = open( "testfile1.tst", O_RDONLY );
+ rtems_test_assert( fd1 != -1 );
- fd1 = open ("testfile1.tst", O_RDONLY);
- fd2 = open ("testfile2.tst", O_RDONLY);
- error = dup2(fd1, fd2);
+ fd2 = open( "testfile2.tst", O_RDONLY );
+ rtems_test_assert( fd2 != -1 );
/* make sure dup2 works if both fd1 and fd2 are valid file descriptors. */
+ rv = dup2( fd1, fd2 );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv != -1 );
- if (error != -1) {
+ rv = fcntl( fd1, F_SETFL, O_APPEND );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv != -1 );
- fcntl(fd1, F_SETFL, O_APPEND);
- flags = fcntl(fd1, F_GETFL);
+ flags = fcntl( fd1, F_GETFL ) & O_APPEND;
+ rtems_test_assert( flags == O_APPEND );
- flags = (flags & O_APPEND);
- retval = (flags == O_APPEND);
- }
-
- else {
- retval = FALSE;
- close(fd2);
- }
+ /* make sure dup2 fails correctly if one or the other arguments are invalid. */
+ /* this assumes -1 is an invalid value for a file descriptor!!! (POSIX book, p.135) */
+ rv = close( fd1 );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == 0 );
- if (retval == TRUE) {
+ fd1 = -1;
- /* make sure dup2 fails correctly if one or the other arguments are invalid. */
- /* this assumes -1 is an invalid value for a file descriptor!!! (POSIX book, p.135) */
+ rv = dup2( fd1, fd2 );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == -1 );
- fd1 = -1;
+ fd1 = dup( fd2 );
+ fd2 = -1;
- if (dup2 (fd1, fd2) != -1)
- retval = FALSE;
- else {
- fd1 = dup(fd2);
- fd2 = -1;
+ rv = dup2( fd1, fd2 );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == -1 );
- if (dup2(fd1, fd2) != -1)
- retval = FALSE;
- }
- }
-
- close (fd1);
- close (fd2);
- /* assert (retval == TRUE);*/
-
- return (retval);
+ rv = close( fd1 );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == 0 );
}
-/* ---------------------------------------------------------------
- * FDataSyncTest function
- *
- * Hits the fdatasync code. Does NOT test the functionality of the
- * underlying fdatasync entry in the IMFS op table.
- *
- * arguments: none
- * assumptions: open, close, fdatasync functions available.
- * actions: attempts to fdatasync a file descriptor flagged as read-only.
- * attempts to fdatasync an invalid file descriptor (-1).
- * attempts to fdatasync a perfectly valid fd opened as RDWR
- *
- * returns: TRUE if attempt to fdatasync invalid and read-only filed
- * descriptor fail, and fdatasync succeeds on valid fd.
- * FALSE otherwise.
- *
- * ---------------------------------------------------------------
+/**
+ * @brief Exercises fdatasync(). Does NOT test the functionality of the
+ * underlying fdatasync entry in the IMFS op table.
*/
-
-int FDataSyncTest(void)
+static void FDataSyncTest( void )
{
- int fd = -1;
- int error = 0, retval = TRUE;
+ int fd;
+ int rv;
/* Try it with a RD_ONLY file. */
+ fd = open( "testfile1.tst", O_RDONLY );
+ rtems_test_assert( fd != -1 );
- fd = open ("testfile1.tst", O_RDONLY);
+ rv = fdatasync( fd );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == -1 );
+ rtems_test_assert( errno == EBADF );
- error = fdatasync(fd);
- if ((error == -1) && (errno == EINVAL))
- retval = TRUE;
- else
- retval = FALSE;
+ rv = close(fd);
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == 0 );
- close (fd);
+ /* Try it with a bad file descriptor */
+ fd = -1;
- if (retval == TRUE) {
-
- /* Try it with a bad file descriptor */
-
- fd = -1;
-
- error = fdatasync(fd);
- if ((errno == EBADF) && (error == -1))
- retval = TRUE;
- else
- retval = FALSE;
- }
+ rv = fdatasync( fd );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == -1 );
+ rtems_test_assert( errno == EBADF );
/* Okay - now the success case... */
+ fd = open( "testfile1.tst", O_RDWR );
+ rv = fdatasync( fd );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == 0 );
- if (retval == TRUE) {
- fd = open ("testfile1.tst", O_RDWR);
- error = fdatasync(fd);
-
- if (error == 0)
- retval = TRUE;
- else
- retval = FALSE;
-
- close (fd);
- }
-
- /* assert (retval == TRUE);*/
-
- return (retval);
+ rv = close( fd );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == 0 );
}
-/* ---------------------------------------------------------------
- * UMaskTest function
- *
- * Hits the umask code.
- *
- * arguments: none
- * assumptions: umask function available.
- * actions: set umask to 0ctal 23.
- * set umask to Octal 22, retrieve the old value.
- *
- * returns: TRUE if old value is 23,
- * FALSE otherwise.
- *
- * ---------------------------------------------------------------
+/**
+ * @brief Exercises umask().
*/
-
-int UMaskTest (void)
+static void UMaskTest( void )
{
- mode_t error = 0;
- int retval = FALSE;
-
- umask(023);
- error = umask(022);
+ mode_t rv;
- if (error == 023)
- retval = TRUE;
- else
- retval = FALSE;
+ (void) umask( 023 );
- /* assert (retval == TRUE);*/
-
- return(retval);
+ rv = umask( 022 );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == 023 );
}
-/* ---------------------------------------------------------------
- * UTimeTest function
- *
- * Hits the utime code. Does NOT test the functionality of the underlying utime
- * entry in the IMFS op table.
- *
- * arguments: none
- * assumptions: utime function available.
- * actions: set utime for an invalid filename.
- * set utime for a valid filename.
- *
- * returns: TRUE if time on valid file is set correctly and utime failed on
- * an invalid filename.
- * FALSE otherwise.
- *
- * ---------------------------------------------------------------
+/**
+ * @brief Exercises utime(). Does not test the functionality of the
+ * underlying utime entry in the IMFS op table.
*/
-
-int UTimeTest (void)
+static void UTimeTest( void )
{
- int error = 0, retval = FALSE;
+ int rv;
struct utimbuf time;
struct stat fstat;
/* First, an invalid filename. */
- error = utime("!This is an =invalid p@thname!!! :)", NULL);
-
- if (error == -1)
- retval = TRUE;
- else
- retval = FALSE;
+ rv = utime( "!This is an =invalid p@thname!!! :)", NULL );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == -1 );
+ rtems_test_assert( errno == ENOENT );
/* Now, the success test. */
- if (retval == TRUE) {
-
- time.actime = 12345;
- time.modtime = 54321;
+ time.actime = 12345;
+ time.modtime = 54321;
- error = utime("testfile1.tst", &time);
+ rv = utime( "testfile1.tst", &time );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == 0 );
- if (error == 0) {
+ /* But, did it set the time? */
+ rv = stat( "testfile1.tst", &fstat );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == 0 );
+ rtems_test_assert( fstat.st_atime == 12345 );
+ rtems_test_assert( fstat.st_mtime == 54321 );
- /* But, did it set the time? */
- stat ("testfile1.tst", &fstat);
-
- if ((fstat.st_atime == 12345) && (fstat.st_mtime == 54321 ))
- retval = TRUE;
- else
- retval = FALSE;
- }
- else
- retval = FALSE;
-
- error = utime("testfile1.tst", NULL );
- retval &= (error == 0) ? TRUE : FALSE;
- }
-
- /* assert (retval == TRUE);*/
-
- return (retval);
+ rv = utime( "testfile1.tst", NULL );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == 0 );
}
-/* ---------------------------------------------------------------
- * UTimesTest function
- *
- * Hits the utimes code. Does NOT test the functionality of the underlying utime
- * entry in the IMFS op table.
- *
- * arguments: none
- * assumptions: utimes function available.
- * actions: set utimes for an invalid filename.
- * set utimes for a valid filename.
- *
- * returns: TRUE if time on valid file is set correctly and utimes failed on
- * an invalid filename.
- * FALSE otherwise.
- *
- * ---------------------------------------------------------------
+/**
+ * @brief Exercises utimes(). Does NOT test the functionality of the
+ * underlying utime entry in the IMFS op table.
*/
-
-int UTimesTest (void)
+static void UTimesTest( void )
{
- int error = 0, retval = FALSE;
+ int rv;
struct timeval time[2];
struct stat fstat;
/* First, an invalid filename. */
- error = utimes("!This is an =invalid p@thname!!! :)", NULL);
-
- if (error == -1)
- retval = TRUE;
- else
- retval = FALSE;
+ rv = utimes( "!This is an =invalid p@thname!!! : )", NULL);
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == -1 );
+ rtems_test_assert( errno == ENOENT );
/* Now, the success test. */
- if (retval == TRUE) {
+ time[0].tv_sec = 12345;
+ time[1].tv_sec = 54321;
- time[0].tv_sec = 12345;
- time[1].tv_sec = 54321;
+ rv = utimes( "testfile1.tst", (struct timeval *)&time );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == 0 );
- error = utimes("testfile1.tst", (struct timeval *)&time);
-
- if (error == 0) {
-
- /* But, did it set the time? */
- stat ("testfile1.tst", &fstat);
-
- if ((fstat.st_atime == 12345) && (fstat.st_mtime == 54321 ))
- retval = TRUE;
- else
- retval = FALSE;
- }
+ /* But, did it set the time? */
+ rv = stat( "testfile1.tst", &fstat );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == 0 );
+ rtems_test_assert( fstat.st_atime == 12345 );
+ rtems_test_assert( fstat.st_mtime == 54321 );
+}
- else
- retval = FALSE;
- }
+/**
+ * @brief Exercises pathconf().
+ */
+static void PathConfTest( void )
+{
+ int rv;
- /* assert (retval == TRUE);*/
+ rv = pathconf( "thisfiledoesnotexist", _PC_LINK_MAX );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == -1 );
- return (retval);
+ rv = pathconf( "testfile1.tst", _PC_LINK_MAX );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv != -1 );
}
-/* ---------------------------------------------------------------
- * PathConfTest function
- *
- * Hits the pathconf code.
- *
- * arguments: none
- * assumptions: pathconf function available.
- * actions: Try to pathconf a bad filename.
- * Try to pathconf a good filename.
- *
- * returns: TRUE if pathconf fails on bad file, succeeds on good file.
- * FALSE otherwise.
- *
- * ---------------------------------------------------------------
+/**
+ * @brief Exercises fpathconf().
*/
-
-int PathConfTest (void)
+static void FPathConfTest( void )
{
- int error = 0, retval = FALSE;
+ int rv;
+ int fd;
- error = pathconf("thisfiledoesnotexist", _PC_LINK_MAX);
+ fd = -1;
+ rv = fpathconf( fd, _PC_LINK_MAX );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == -1 );
- if (error == -1) {
- error = pathconf("testfile1.tst", _PC_LINK_MAX);
+ fd = open( "testfile1.tst", O_RDWR );
+ rtems_test_assert( fd != -1 );
- if (error != -1)
- retval = TRUE;
- else
- retval = FALSE;
- }
+ rv = fpathconf( fd, _PC_LINK_MAX );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv != -1 );
- else
- retval = FALSE;
+ rv = fpathconf( fd, _PC_MAX_CANON );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv != -1 );
- /* assert (retval == TRUE);*/
+ rv = fpathconf( fd, _PC_MAX_INPUT );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv != -1 );
- return(retval);
-}
+ rv = fpathconf( fd, _PC_NAME_MAX );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv != -1 );
-/* ---------------------------------------------------------------
- * FPathConfTest function
- *
- * Hits the fpathconf code.
- *
- * arguments: none
- * assumptions: fpathconf function available.
- * actions: Call fpathconf with all arguments, plus an invalid.
- *
- * returns: TRUE always.
- *
- * ---------------------------------------------------------------
- */
+ rv = fpathconf( fd, _PC_PATH_MAX );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv != -1 );
-int FPathConfTest (void)
-{
- int error = 0, retval = TRUE;
+ rv = fpathconf( fd, _PC_PIPE_BUF );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv != -1 );
- int fd = -1;
+ rv = fpathconf( fd, _PC_CHOWN_RESTRICTED );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv != -1 );
- error = fpathconf(fd, _PC_LINK_MAX);
+ rv = fpathconf( fd, _PC_NO_TRUNC );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv != -1 );
- if (error == -1) {
- fd = open("testfile1.tst", O_RDWR);
+ rv = fpathconf( fd, _PC_VDISABLE );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv != -1 );
- error = fpathconf(fd, _PC_LINK_MAX);
- error = fpathconf(fd, _PC_MAX_CANON);
- error = fpathconf(fd, _PC_MAX_INPUT);
- error = fpathconf(fd, _PC_NAME_MAX);
- error = fpathconf(fd, _PC_PATH_MAX);
- error = fpathconf(fd, _PC_PIPE_BUF);
- error = fpathconf(fd, _PC_CHOWN_RESTRICTED);
- error = fpathconf(fd, _PC_NO_TRUNC);
- error = fpathconf(fd, _PC_VDISABLE);
- error = fpathconf(fd, _PC_ASYNC_IO);
- error = fpathconf(fd, _PC_PRIO_IO);
- error = fpathconf(fd, _PC_SYNC_IO);
- error = fpathconf(fd, 255);
+ rv = fpathconf( fd, _PC_ASYNC_IO );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv != -1 );
- close(fd);
+ rv = fpathconf( fd, _PC_PRIO_IO );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv != -1 );
- fd = open("testfile1.tst", O_WRONLY);
+ rv = fpathconf( fd, _PC_SYNC_IO );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv != -1 );
- error = fpathconf(fd, _PC_LINK_MAX);
+ rv = fpathconf( fd, 255 );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == -1 );
- retval = TRUE;
- }
+ rv = close( fd );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == 0 );
- else
- retval = FALSE;
+ fd = open( "testfile1.tst", O_WRONLY );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv != -1 );
- /* assert (retval == TRUE);*/
+ rv = fpathconf( fd, _PC_LINK_MAX );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv != -1 );
- return(retval);
+ rv = close( fd );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == 0 );
}
-/* ---------------------------------------------------------------
- * FSyncTest function
- *
- * Hits the fsync code.
- *
- * arguments: none
- * assumptions: open, fsync functions available.
- * actions: open test file,
- * try to fsync it.
- *
- * returns: TRUE if fsync doesn't return -1,
- * FALSE otherwise.
- *
- * ---------------------------------------------------------------
+/**
+ * @brief Exercises fsync().
*/
-
-int FSyncTest (void)
+static void FSyncTest( void )
{
- int error = 0, retval = FALSE;
- int fd = -1;
+ int rv;
+ int fd;
- fd = open("testfile1.tst", O_RDWR);
+ fd = open( "testfile1.tst", O_RDWR );
+ rtems_test_assert( fd != -1 );
- if (fd != -1) {
+ rv = fsync(fd);
+ rtems_test_assert( rv != -1 );
- error = fsync(fd);
-
- if (error != -1)
- retval = TRUE;
- else
- retval = FALSE;
-
- close(fd);
- }
-
- else
- retval = FALSE;
-
- /* assert (retval == TRUE);*/
-
- return(retval);
+ rv = close( fd );
+ rtems_test_assert( rv == 0 );
}
-/* ---------------------------------------------------------------
- * Main function
- *
- * main entry point to the test
- *
- * ---------------------------------------------------------------
+/**
+ * @brief Exercises sync().
*/
+static void SyncTest( void )
+{
+ sync();
+}
-#if defined(__rtems__)
-int test_main(void);
-int test_main(void)
-#else
-int main(
- int argc,
- char **argv
-)
-#endif
+/**
+ * @brief The main entry point to the test.
+ */
+int test_main( void );
+int test_main( void )
{
TEST_BEGIN();
- if (InitFiles() == TRUE) {
- printf ("\nFiles initialized successfully.\n");
-
- printf ("Testing device_lseek()... ");
- if (DeviceLSeekTest() == TRUE)
- printf ("Success.\n");
- else
- printf ("Failed!!!\n");
-
- printf ("Testing dup()............ ");
- if (DupTest() == TRUE)
- printf ("Success.\n");
- else
- printf ("Failed!!!\n");
-
- printf ("Testing dup2()........... ");
- if (Dup2Test() == TRUE)
- printf ("Success.\n");
- else
- printf ("Failed!!!\n");
-
- printf ("Testing fdatasync()...... ");
- if (FDataSyncTest() == TRUE)
- printf ("Success.\n");
- else
- printf ("Failed!!!\n");
-
- printf ("Testing umask().......... ");
- if (UMaskTest() == TRUE)
- printf ("Success.\n");
- else
- printf ("Failed!!!\n");
-
- printf ("Testing utime().......... ");
- if (UTimeTest() == TRUE)
- printf ("Success.\n");
- else
- printf ("Failed!!!\n");
-
- printf ("Testing utimes().......... ");
- if (UTimesTest() == TRUE)
- printf ("Success.\n");
- else
- printf ("Failed!!!\n");
-
- printf ("Testing fsync().......... ");
- if (FSyncTest() == TRUE)
- printf ("Success.\n");
- else
- printf ("Failed!!!\n");
-
- printf ("Testing pathconf()....... ");
- if (PathConfTest() == TRUE)
- printf ("Success.\n");
- else
- printf ("Failed!!!\n");
-
- printf ("Testing fpathconf()...... ");
- if (FPathConfTest() == TRUE)
- printf ("Success.\n");
- else
- printf ("Failed!!!\n");
-
- printf ("Testing sync()...... ");
- sync();
- printf ("Done.\n");
-
- TEST_END();
- }
+ InitFiles();
+
+ DeviceLSeekTest();
+ DupTest();
+ Dup2Test();
+ FDataSyncTest();
+ UMaskTest();
+ UTimeTest();
+ UTimesTest();
+ FSyncTest();
+ PathConfTest();
+ FPathConfTest();
+ SyncTest();
+
+ TEST_END();
- rtems_test_exit(0);
+ rtems_test_exit( 0 );
}