rustc-ap-syntax 487.0.0

Automatically published version of the package `syntax` in the rust-lang/rust repository from commit e22b7a3eef962b1314d344ba7b2f27c986320b32 The publishing script for this crate lives at:
// Code that generates a test runner to run all the tests in a crate


use HasTestSignature::*;

use std::iter;
use std::slice;
use std::mem;
use std::vec;

use log::debug;
use smallvec::{smallvec, SmallVec};
use syntax_pos::{DUMMY_SP, NO_EXPANSION, Span, SourceFile, BytePos};

use crate::attr::{self, HasAttrs};
use crate::source_map::{self, SourceMap, ExpnInfo, MacroAttribute, dummy_spanned, respan};
use crate::config;
use crate::entry::{self, EntryPointType};
use crate::ext::base::{ExtCtxt, Resolver};
use crate::ext::build::AstBuilder;
use crate::ext::expand::ExpansionConfig;
use crate::ext::hygiene::{self, Mark, SyntaxContext};
use crate::mut_visit::{*, ExpectOne};
use crate::feature_gate::Features;
use crate::util::map_in_place::MapInPlace;
use crate::parse::{token, ParseSess};
use crate::print::pprust;
use crate::ast::{self, Ident};
use crate::ptr::P;
use crate::symbol::{self, Symbol, kw, sym};
use crate::ThinVec;

struct Test {
    span: Span,
    path: Vec<Ident>,

struct TestCtxt<'a> {
    span_diagnostic: &'a errors::Handler,
    path: Vec<Ident>,
    ext_cx: ExtCtxt<'a>,
    test_cases: Vec<Test>,
    reexport_test_harness_main: Option<Symbol>,
    is_libtest: bool,
    ctxt: SyntaxContext,
    features: &'a Features,
    test_runner: Option<ast::Path>,

    // top-level re-export submodule, filled out after folding is finished
    toplevel_reexport: Option<Ident>,

// Traverse the crate, collecting all the test functions, eliding any
// existing main functions, and synthesizing a main test harness
pub fn modify_for_testing(sess: &ParseSess,
                          resolver: &mut dyn Resolver,
                          should_test: bool,
                          krate: &mut ast::Crate,
                          span_diagnostic: &errors::Handler,
                          features: &Features) {
    // Check for #[reexport_test_harness_main = "some_name"] which
    // creates a `use __test::main as some_name;`. This needs to be
    // unconditional, so that the attribute is still marked as used in
    // non-test builds.
    let reexport_test_harness_main =
        attr::first_attr_value_str_by_name(&krate.attrs, sym::reexport_test_harness_main);

    // Do this here so that the test_runner crate attribute gets marked as used
    // even in non-test builds
    let test_runner = get_test_runner(span_diagnostic, &krate);

    if should_test {
        generate_test_harness(sess, resolver, reexport_test_harness_main,
                              krate, span_diagnostic, features, test_runner)

struct TestHarnessGenerator<'a> {
    cx: TestCtxt<'a>,
    tests: Vec<Ident>,

    // submodule name, gensym'd identifier for re-exports
    tested_submods: Vec<(Ident, Ident)>,

impl<'a> MutVisitor for TestHarnessGenerator<'a> {
    fn visit_crate(&mut self, c: &mut ast::Crate) {
        noop_visit_crate(c, self);

        // Create a main function to run our tests
        let test_main = {
            let unresolved = mk_main(&mut;


    fn flat_map_item(&mut self, i: P<ast::Item>) -> SmallVec<[P<ast::Item>; 1]> {
        let ident = i.ident;
        if != kw::Invalid {
        debug!("current path: {}", path_name_i(&;

        let mut item = i.into_inner();
        if is_test_case(&item) {
            debug!("this is a test item");

            let test = Test {
                span: item.span,

        // We don't want to recurse into anything other than mods, since
        // mods or tests inside of functions will break things
        if let ast::ItemKind::Mod(mut module) = item.node {
            let tests = mem::replace(&mut self.tests, Vec::new());
            let tested_submods = mem::replace(&mut self.tested_submods, Vec::new());
            noop_visit_mod(&mut module, self);
            let tests = mem::replace(&mut self.tests, tests);
            let tested_submods = mem::replace(&mut self.tested_submods, tested_submods);

            if !tests.is_empty() || !tested_submods.is_empty() {
                let (it, sym) = mk_reexport_mod(&mut,, tests, tested_submods);

                if ! {
                    self.tested_submods.push(([], sym));
                } else {
                    debug!("pushing nothing, sym: {:?}", sym);
           = Some(sym);
            item.node = ast::ItemKind::Mod(module);
        if != kw::Invalid {

    fn visit_mac(&mut self, _mac: &mut ast::Mac) {
        // Do nothing.

/// A folder used to remove any entry points (like fn main) because the harness
/// generator will provide its own
struct EntryPointCleaner {
    // Current depth in the ast
    depth: usize,

impl MutVisitor for EntryPointCleaner {
    fn flat_map_item(&mut self, i: P<ast::Item>) -> SmallVec<[P<ast::Item>; 1]> {
        self.depth += 1;
        let item = noop_flat_map_item(i, self).expect_one("noop did something");
        self.depth -= 1;

        // Remove any #[main] or #[start] from the AST so it doesn't
        // clash with the one we're going to add, but mark it as
        // #[allow(dead_code)] to avoid printing warnings.
        let item = match entry::entry_point_type(&item, self.depth) {
            EntryPointType::MainNamed |
            EntryPointType::MainAttr |
            EntryPointType::Start =>
      |ast::Item {id, ident, attrs, node, vis, span, tokens}| {
                    let allow_ident = Ident::with_empty_ctxt(sym::allow);
                    let dc_nested = attr::mk_nested_word_item(Ident::from_str("dead_code"));
                    let allow_dead_code_item = attr::mk_list_item(DUMMY_SP, allow_ident,
                    let allow_dead_code = attr::mk_attr_outer(DUMMY_SP,

                    ast::Item {
                        attrs: attrs.into_iter()
                            .filter(|attr| {
                                !attr.check_name(sym::main) && !attr.check_name(sym::start)
            EntryPointType::None |
            EntryPointType::OtherMain => item,


    fn visit_mac(&mut self, _mac: &mut ast::Mac) {
        // Do nothing.

/// Creates an item (specifically a module) that "pub use"s the tests passed in.
/// Each tested submodule will contain a similar reexport module that we will export
/// under the name of the original module. That is, `submod::__test_reexports` is
/// reexported like so `pub use submod::__test_reexports as submod`.
fn mk_reexport_mod(cx: &mut TestCtxt<'_>,
                   parent: ast::NodeId,
                   tests: Vec<Ident>,
                   tested_submods: Vec<(Ident, Ident)>)
                   -> (P<ast::Item>, Ident) {
    let super_ = Ident::with_empty_ctxt(kw::Super);

    let items = tests.into_iter().map(|r| {
        cx.ext_cx.item_use_simple(DUMMY_SP, dummy_spanned(ast::VisibilityKind::Public),
                                  cx.ext_cx.path(DUMMY_SP, vec![super_, r]))
    }).chain(tested_submods.into_iter().map(|(r, sym)| {
        let path = cx.ext_cx.path(DUMMY_SP, vec![super_, r, sym]);
        cx.ext_cx.item_use_simple_(DUMMY_SP, dummy_spanned(ast::VisibilityKind::Public),
                                   Some(r), path)

    let reexport_mod = ast::Mod {
        inline: true,
        inner: DUMMY_SP,

    let name = Ident::from_str("__test_reexports").gensym();
    let parent = if parent == ast::DUMMY_NODE_ID { ast::CRATE_NODE_ID } else { parent };
    cx.ext_cx.current_expansion.mark = cx.ext_cx.resolver.get_module_scope(parent);
    let it = cx.ext_cx.monotonic_expander().flat_map_item(P(ast::Item {
        ident: name,
        attrs: Vec::new(),
        id: ast::DUMMY_NODE_ID,
        node: ast::ItemKind::Mod(reexport_mod),
        vis: dummy_spanned(ast::VisibilityKind::Public),
        span: DUMMY_SP,
        tokens: None,

    (it, name)

/// Crawl over the crate, inserting test reexports and the test main function
fn generate_test_harness(sess: &ParseSess,
                         resolver: &mut dyn Resolver,
                         reexport_test_harness_main: Option<Symbol>,
                         krate: &mut ast::Crate,
                         sd: &errors::Handler,
                         features: &Features,
                         test_runner: Option<ast::Path>) {
    // Remove the entry points
    let mut cleaner = EntryPointCleaner { depth: 0 };

    let mark = Mark::fresh(Mark::root());

    let mut econfig = ExpansionConfig::default("test".to_string());
    econfig.features = Some(features);

    let cx = TestCtxt {
        span_diagnostic: sd,
        ext_cx: ExtCtxt::new(sess, econfig, resolver),
        path: Vec::new(),
        test_cases: Vec::new(),
        // N.B., doesn't consider the value of `--crate-name` passed on the command line.
        is_libtest: attr::find_crate_name(&krate.attrs)
            .map(|s| s == sym::test).unwrap_or(false),
        toplevel_reexport: None,
        ctxt: SyntaxContext::empty().apply_mark(mark),

    mark.set_expn_info(ExpnInfo {
        call_site: DUMMY_SP,
        def_site: None,
        format: MacroAttribute(sym::test_case),
        allow_internal_unstable: Some(vec![sym::main, sym::test, sym::rustc_attrs].into()),
        allow_internal_unsafe: false,
        local_inner_macros: false,
        edition: sess.edition,

    TestHarnessGenerator {
        tests: Vec::new(),
        tested_submods: Vec::new(),

/// Craft a span that will be ignored by the stability lint's
/// call to source_map's `is_internal` check.
/// The expanded code calls some unstable functions in the test crate.
fn ignored_span(cx: &TestCtxt<'_>, sp: Span) -> Span {

enum HasTestSignature {

enum BadTestSignature {

/// Creates a function item for use as the main function of a test build.
/// This function will call the `test_runner` as specified by the crate attribute
fn mk_main(cx: &mut TestCtxt<'_>) -> P<ast::Item> {
    // Writing this out by hand with 'ignored_span':
    //        pub fn main() {
    //            #![main]
    //            test::test_main_static(&[..tests]);
    //        }
    let sp = ignored_span(cx, DUMMY_SP);
    let ecx = &cx.ext_cx;
    let test_id = ecx.ident_of("test").gensym();

    // test::test_main_static(...)
    let mut test_runner = cx.test_runner.clone().unwrap_or(
        ecx.path(sp, vec![
            test_id, ecx.ident_of("test_main_static")

    test_runner.span = sp;

    let test_main_path_expr = ecx.expr_path(test_runner);
    let call_test_main = ecx.expr_call(sp, test_main_path_expr,
    let call_test_main = ecx.stmt_expr(call_test_main);

    // #![main]
    let main_meta = ecx.meta_word(sp, sym::main);
    let main_attr = ecx.attribute(sp, main_meta);

    // extern crate test as test_gensym
    let test_extern_stmt = ecx.stmt_item(sp, ecx.item(sp,

    // pub fn main() { ... }
    let main_ret_ty = ecx.ty(sp, ast::TyKind::Tup(vec![]));

    // If no test runner is provided we need to import the test crate
    let main_body = if cx.test_runner.is_none() {
        ecx.block(sp, vec![test_extern_stmt, call_test_main])
    } else {
        ecx.block(sp, vec![call_test_main])

    let main = ast::ItemKind::Fn(ecx.fn_decl(vec![], ast::FunctionRetTy::Ty(main_ret_ty)),

    // Honor the reexport_test_harness_main attribute
    let main_id = match cx.reexport_test_harness_main {
        Some(sym) => Ident::new(sym, sp),
        None => Ident::from_str_and_span("main", sp).gensym(),

    P(ast::Item {
        ident: main_id,
        attrs: vec![main_attr],
        id: ast::DUMMY_NODE_ID,
        node: main,
        vis: dummy_spanned(ast::VisibilityKind::Public),
        span: sp,
        tokens: None,


fn path_name_i(idents: &[Ident]) -> String {
    let mut path_name = "".to_string();
    let mut idents_iter = idents.iter().peekable();
    while let Some(ident) = {
        if idents_iter.peek().is_some() {

/// Creates a slice containing every test like so:
/// &[path::to::test1, path::to::test2]
fn mk_tests_slice(cx: &TestCtxt<'_>) -> P<ast::Expr> {
    debug!("building test vector from {} tests", cx.test_cases.len());
    let ref ecx = cx.ext_cx;

        cx.test_cases.iter().map(|test| {
                ecx.expr_path(ecx.path(test.span, visible_path(cx, &test.path))))

/// Creates a path from the top-level __test module to the test via __test_reexports
fn visible_path(cx: &TestCtxt<'_>, path: &[Ident]) -> Vec<Ident>{
    let mut visible_path = vec![];
    match cx.toplevel_reexport {
        Some(id) => visible_path.push(id),
        None => {
            cx.span_diagnostic.bug("expected to find top-level re-export name, but found None");

fn is_test_case(i: &ast::Item) -> bool {
    attr::contains_name(&i.attrs, sym::rustc_test_marker)

fn get_test_runner(sd: &errors::Handler, krate: &ast::Crate) -> Option<ast::Path> {
    let test_attr = attr::find_by_name(&krate.attrs, sym::test_runner)?;
    test_attr.meta_item_list().map(|meta_list| {
        if meta_list.len() != 1 {
                "#![test_runner(..)] accepts exactly 1 argument").raise()
        match meta_list[0].meta_item() {
            Some(meta_item) if meta_item.is_word() => meta_item.path.clone(),
            _ => sd.span_fatal(test_attr.span, "`test_runner` argument must be a path").raise()