Source code for spack.test.audit

# 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 pytest

import spack.audit
import spack.config

[docs]@pytest.mark.parametrize('packages,expected_error', [ # A non existing variant is used in a conflict directive (['wrong-variant-in-conflicts'], 'PKG-DIRECTIVES'), # The package declares a non-existing dependency (['missing-dependency'], 'PKG-DIRECTIVES'), # The package use a non existing variant in a depends_on directive (['wrong-variant-in-depends-on'], 'PKG-DIRECTIVES'), # This package has a GitHub patch URL without full_index=1 (['invalid-github-patch-url'], 'PKG-DIRECTIVES'), # This package has a stand-alone 'test' method in build-time callbacks (['test-build-callbacks'], 'PKG-DIRECTIVES'), # This package has no issues (['mpileaks'], None), # This package has a conflict with a trigger which cannot constrain the constraint # Should not raise an error (['unconstrainable-conflict'], None), ]) def test_package_audits(packages, expected_error, mock_packages): reports = spack.audit.run_group('packages', pkgs=packages) # Check that errors were reported only for the expected failure actual_errors = [check for check, errors in reports if errors] if expected_error: assert [expected_error] == actual_errors else: assert not actual_errors
# Data used in the test below to audit the double definition of a compiler _double_compiler_definition = [ {'compiler': { 'spec': 'gcc@9.0.1', 'paths': { 'cc': '/usr/bin/gcc-9', 'cxx': '/usr/bin/g++-9', 'f77': '/usr/bin/gfortran-9', 'fc': '/usr/bin/gfortran-9' }, 'flags': {}, 'operating_system': 'ubuntu18.04', 'target': 'x86_64', 'modules': [], 'environment': {}, 'extra_rpaths': [] }}, {'compiler': { 'spec': 'gcc@9.0.1', 'paths': { 'cc': '/usr/bin/gcc-9', 'cxx': '/usr/bin/g++-9', 'f77': '/usr/bin/gfortran-9', 'fc': '/usr/bin/gfortran-9' }, 'flags': {"cflags": "-O3"}, 'operating_system': 'ubuntu18.04', 'target': 'x86_64', 'modules': [], 'environment': {}, 'extra_rpaths': [] }} ]
[docs]@pytest.mark.parametrize('config_section,data,failing_check', [ # Double compiler definitions in compilers.yaml ('compilers', _double_compiler_definition, 'CFG-COMPILER'), # Multiple definitions of the same external spec in packages.yaml ('packages', { "mpileaks": {"externals": [ {"spec": "mpileaks@1.0.0", "prefix": "/"}, {"spec": "mpileaks@1.0.0", "prefix": "/usr"}, ]} }, 'CFG-PACKAGES') ]) def test_config_audits(config_section, data, failing_check): with spack.config.override(config_section, data): reports = spack.audit.run_group('configs') assert any( (check == failing_check) and errors for check, errors in reports )