Source code for spack.test.cmd.spec

# Copyright 2013-2022 Lawrence Livermore National Security, LLC and other
# Spack Project Developers. See the top-level COPYRIGHT file for details.
#
# SPDX-License-Identifier: (Apache-2.0 OR MIT)

import re
from textwrap import dedent

import pytest

import spack.environment as ev
import spack.error
import spack.spec
import spack.store
from spack.main import SpackCommand, SpackCommandError
from spack.util.web import FetchError

pytestmark = pytest.mark.usefixtures("config", "mutable_mock_repo")

spec = SpackCommand("spec")


[docs]def test_spec(): output = spec("mpileaks") assert "mpileaks@2.3" in output assert "callpath@1.0" in output assert "dyninst@8.2" in output assert "libdwarf@20130729" in output assert "libelf@0.8.1" in output assert "mpich@3.0.4" in output
[docs]def test_spec_concretizer_args(mutable_config, mutable_database): """End-to-end test of CLI concretizer prefs. It's here to make sure that everything works from CLI options to `solver.py`, and that config options are not lost along the way. """ if spack.config.get("config:concretizer") == "original": pytest.xfail("Known failure of the original concretizer") # remove two non-preferred mpileaks installations # so that reuse will pick up the zmpi one uninstall = SpackCommand("uninstall") uninstall("-y", "mpileaks^mpich") uninstall("-y", "mpileaks^mpich2") # get the hash of mpileaks^zmpi mpileaks_zmpi = spack.store.db.query_one("mpileaks^zmpi") h = mpileaks_zmpi.dag_hash()[:7] output = spec("--fresh", "-l", "mpileaks") assert h not in output output = spec("--reuse", "-l", "mpileaks") assert h in output
[docs]def test_spec_parse_dependency_variant_value(): """Verify that we can provide multiple key=value variants to multiple separate packages within a spec string.""" output = spec("multivalue-variant fee=barbaz ^ a foobar=baz") assert "fee=barbaz" in output assert "foobar=baz" in output
[docs]def test_spec_parse_cflags_quoting(): """Verify that compiler flags can be provided to a spec from the command line.""" output = spec("--yaml", 'gcc cflags="-Os -pipe" cxxflags="-flto -Os"') gh_flagged = spack.spec.Spec.from_yaml(output) assert ["-Os", "-pipe"] == gh_flagged.compiler_flags["cflags"] assert ["-flto", "-Os"] == gh_flagged.compiler_flags["cxxflags"]
[docs]def test_spec_parse_unquoted_flags_report(): """Verify that a useful error message is produced if unquoted compiler flags are provided.""" # This should fail during parsing, since /usr/include is interpreted as a spec hash. with pytest.raises(spack.error.SpackError) as cm: # We don't try to figure out how many following args were intended to be part of # cflags, we just explain how to fix it for the immediate next arg. spec("gcc cflags=-Os -pipe -other-arg-that-gets-ignored cflags=-I /usr/include") # Verify that the generated error message is nicely formatted. assert str(cm.value) == dedent( '''\ No installed spec matches the hash: 'usr' Some compiler or linker flags were provided without quoting their arguments, which now causes spack to try to parse the *next* argument as a spec component such as a variant instead of an additional compiler or linker flag. If the intent was to set multiple flags, try quoting them together as described below. Possible flag quotation errors (with the correctly-quoted version after the =>): (1) cflags=-Os -pipe => cflags="-Os -pipe" (2) cflags=-I /usr/include => cflags="-I /usr/include"''' ) # Verify that the same unquoted cflags report is generated in the error message even # if it fails during concretization, not just during parsing. with pytest.raises(spack.error.SpackError) as cm: spec("gcc cflags=-Os -pipe") cm = str(cm.value) assert cm.startswith( 'trying to set variant "pipe" in package "gcc", but the package has no such ' 'variant [happened during concretization of gcc cflags="-Os" ~pipe]' ) assert cm.endswith('(1) cflags=-Os -pipe => cflags="-Os -pipe"')
[docs]def test_spec_yaml(): output = spec("--yaml", "mpileaks") mpileaks = spack.spec.Spec.from_yaml(output) assert "mpileaks" in mpileaks assert "callpath" in mpileaks assert "dyninst" in mpileaks assert "libdwarf" in mpileaks assert "libelf" in mpileaks assert "mpich" in mpileaks
[docs]def test_spec_json(): output = spec("--json", "mpileaks") mpileaks = spack.spec.Spec.from_json(output) assert "mpileaks" in mpileaks assert "callpath" in mpileaks assert "dyninst" in mpileaks assert "libdwarf" in mpileaks assert "libelf" in mpileaks assert "mpich" in mpileaks
[docs]def test_spec_format(database, config): output = spec("--format", "{name}-{^mpi.name}", "mpileaks^mpich") assert output.rstrip("\n") == "mpileaks-mpich"
def _parse_types(string): """Parse deptypes for specs from `spack spec -t` output.""" lines = string.strip().split("\n") result = {} for line in lines: match = re.match(r"\[([^]]*)\]\s*\^?([^@]*)@", line) if match: types, name = match.groups() result.setdefault(name, []).append(types) result[name] = sorted(result[name]) return result
[docs]def test_spec_deptypes_nodes(): output = spec("--types", "--cover", "nodes", "dt-diamond") types = _parse_types(output) assert types["dt-diamond"] == [" "] assert types["dt-diamond-left"] == ["bl "] assert types["dt-diamond-right"] == ["bl "] assert types["dt-diamond-bottom"] == ["blr "]
[docs]def test_spec_deptypes_edges(): output = spec("--types", "--cover", "edges", "dt-diamond") types = _parse_types(output) assert types["dt-diamond"] == [" "] assert types["dt-diamond-left"] == ["bl "] assert types["dt-diamond-right"] == ["bl "] assert types["dt-diamond-bottom"] == ["b ", "blr "]
[docs]def test_spec_returncode(): with pytest.raises(SpackCommandError): spec() assert spec.returncode == 1
[docs]def test_spec_parse_error(): with pytest.raises(spack.error.SpackError) as e: spec("1.15:") # make sure the error is formatted properly error_msg = """\ 1.15: ^""" assert error_msg in str(e.value)
[docs]def test_env_aware_spec(mutable_mock_env_path): env = ev.create("test") env.add("mpileaks") with env: output = spec() assert "mpileaks@2.3" in output assert "callpath@1.0" in output assert "dyninst@8.2" in output assert "libdwarf@20130729" in output assert "libelf@0.8.1" in output assert "mpich@3.0.4" in output
[docs]@pytest.mark.parametrize( "name, version, error", [ ("develop-branch-version", "f3c7206350ac8ee364af687deaae5c574dcfca2c=develop", None), ("develop-branch-version", "git." + "a" * 40 + "=develop", None), ("callpath", "f3c7206350ac8ee364af687deaae5c574dcfca2c=1.0", FetchError), ("develop-branch-version", "git.foo=0.2.15", None), ], ) def test_spec_version_assigned_git_ref_as_version(name, version, error): if error: with pytest.raises(error): output = spec(name + "@" + version) else: output = spec(name + "@" + version) assert version in output