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#! /bin/sh
###############################################################################
# Run the PCRE tests using the pcretest program. The appropriate tests are
# selected, depending on which build-time options were used.
#
# All tests are now run both with and without -s, to ensure that everything is
# tested with and without studying. However, there are some tests that produce
# different output after studying, typically when we are tracing the actual
# matching process (for example, using auto-callouts). In these few cases, the
# tests are duplicated in the files, one with /S to force studying always, and
# one with /SS to force *not* studying always. The use of -s doesn't then make
# any difference to their output. There is also one test which compiles invalid
# UTF-8 with the UTF-8 check turned off; for this, studying must also be
# disabled with /SS.
#
# When JIT support is available, all appropriate tests are also run with -s+ to
# test (again, almost) everything with studying and the JIT option, unless
# "nojit" is given on the command line. There are also two tests for
# JIT-specific features, one to be run when JIT support is available (unless
# "nojit" is specified), and one when it is not.
#
# Whichever of the 8-, 16- and 32-bit libraries exist are tested. It is also
# possible to select which to test by giving "-8", "-16" or "-32" on the
# command line.
#
# As well as "nojit", "-8", "-16", and "-32", arguments for this script are
# individual test numbers, ranges of tests such as 3-6 or 3- (meaning 3 to the
# end), or a number preceded by ~ to exclude a test. For example, "3-15 ~10"
# runs tests 3 to 15, excluding test 10, and just "~10" runs all the tests
# except test 10. Whatever order the arguments are in, the tests are always run
# in numerical order.
#
# The special argument "3S" runs test 3, stopping if it fails. Test 3 is the
# locale test, and failure usually means there's an issue with the locale
# rather than a bug in PCRE, so normally subsequent tests are run. "3S" is
# useful when you want to debug or update the test.
#
# Inappropriate tests are automatically skipped (with a comment to say so): for
# example, if JIT support is not compiled, test 12 is skipped, whereas if JIT
# support is compiled, test 13 is skipped.
#
# Other arguments can be one of the words "valgrind", "valgrind-log", or "sim"
# followed by an argument to run cross-compiled executables under a simulator,
# for example:
#
# RunTest 3 sim "qemu-arm -s 8388608"
#
# There are two special cases where only one argument is allowed:
#
# If the first and only argument is "ebcdic", the script runs the special
# EBCDIC test that can be useful for checking certain EBCDIC features, even
# when run in an ASCII environment.
#
# If the script is obeyed as "RunTest list", a list of available tests is
# output, but none of them are run.
###############################################################################
# Define test titles in variables so that they can be output as a list. Some
# of them are modified (e.g. with -8 or -16) when used in the actual tests.
title1="Test 1: Main functionality (Compatible with Perl >= 5.10)"
title2="Test 2: API, errors, internals, and non-Perl stuff"
title3="Test 3: Locale-specific features"
title4A="Test 4: UTF"
title4B=" support (Compatible with Perl >= 5.10)"
title5="Test 5: API, internals, and non-Perl stuff for UTF"
title6="Test 6: Unicode property support (Compatible with Perl >= 5.10)"
title7="Test 7: API, internals, and non-Perl stuff for Unicode property support"
title8="Test 8: DFA matching main functionality"
title9="Test 9: DFA matching with UTF"
title10="Test 10: DFA matching with Unicode properties"
title11="Test 11: Internal offsets and code size tests"
title12="Test 12: JIT-specific features (when JIT is available)"
title13="Test 13: JIT-specific features (when JIT is not available)"
title14="Test 14: Specials for the basic 8-bit library"
title15="Test 15: Specials for the 8-bit library with UTF-8 support"
title16="Test 16: Specials for the 8-bit library with Unicode propery support"
title17="Test 17: Specials for the basic 16/32-bit library"
title18="Test 18: Specials for the 16/32-bit library with UTF-16/32 support"
title19="Test 19: Specials for the 16/32-bit library with Unicode property support"
title20="Test 20: DFA specials for the basic 16/32-bit library"
title21="Test 21: Reloads for the basic 16/32-bit library"
title22="Test 22: Reloads for the 16/32-bit library with UTF-16/32 support"
title23="Test 23: Specials for the 16-bit library"
title24="Test 24: Specials for the 16-bit library with UTF-16 support"
title25="Test 25: Specials for the 32-bit library"
title26="Test 26: Specials for the 32-bit library with UTF-32 support"
maxtest=26
if [ $# -eq 1 -a "$1" = "list" ]; then
echo $title1
echo $title2 "(not UTF)"
echo $title3
echo $title4A $title4B
echo $title5 support
echo $title6
echo $title7
echo $title8
echo $title9
echo $title10
echo $title11
echo $title12
echo $title13
echo $title14
echo $title15
echo $title16
echo $title17
echo $title18
echo $title19
echo $title20
echo $title21
echo $title22
echo $title23
echo $title24
echo $title25
echo $title26
exit 0
fi
# Set up a suitable "diff" command for comparison. Some systems
# have a diff that lacks a -u option. Try to deal with this.
cf="diff"
diff -u /dev/null /dev/null 2>/dev/null && cf="diff -u"
# Find the test data
if [ -n "$srcdir" -a -d "$srcdir" ] ; then
testdata="$srcdir/testdata"
elif [ -d "./testdata" ] ; then
testdata=./testdata
elif [ -d "../testdata" ] ; then
testdata=../testdata
else
echo "Cannot find the testdata directory"
exit 1
fi
# ------ Special EBCDIC Test -------
if [ $# -eq 1 -a "$1" = "ebcdic" ]; then
./pcretest -C ebcdic >/dev/null
ebcdic=$?
if [ $ebcdic -ne 1 ] ; then
echo "Cannot run EBCDIC tests: EBCDIC support not compiled"
exit 1
fi
for opt in "" "-s" "-dfa" "-s -dfa"; do
./pcretest -q $opt $testdata/testinputEBC >testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutputEBC testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo " OK with study"
elif [ "$opt" = "-dfa" ] ; then echo " OK using DFA"
elif [ "$opt" = "-s -dfa" ] ; then echo " OK using DFA with study"
else echo " OK"
fi
done
exit 0
fi
# ------ Normal Tests ------
# Default values
arg8=
arg16=
arg32=
nojit=
sim=
skip=
valgrind=
vjs=
# This is in case the caller has set aliases (as I do - PH)
unset cp ls mv rm
# Process options and select which tests to run; for those that are explicitly
# requested, check that the necessary optional facilities are available.
do1=no
do2=no
do3=no
do4=no
do5=no
do6=no
do7=no
do8=no
do9=no
do10=no
do11=no
do12=no
do13=no
do14=no
do15=no
do16=no
do17=no
do18=no
do19=no
do20=no
do21=no
do22=no
do23=no
do24=no
do25=no
do26=no
while [ $# -gt 0 ] ; do
case $1 in
1) do1=yes;;
2) do2=yes;;
3) do3=yes;;
4) do4=yes;;
5) do5=yes;;
6) do6=yes;;
7) do7=yes;;
8) do8=yes;;
9) do9=yes;;
10) do10=yes;;
11) do11=yes;;
12) do12=yes;;
13) do13=yes;;
14) do14=yes;;
15) do15=yes;;
16) do16=yes;;
17) do17=yes;;
18) do18=yes;;
19) do19=yes;;
20) do20=yes;;
21) do21=yes;;
22) do22=yes;;
23) do23=yes;;
24) do24=yes;;
25) do25=yes;;
26) do26=yes;;
-8) arg8=yes;;
-16) arg16=yes;;
-32) arg32=yes;;
nojit) nojit=yes;;
sim) shift; sim=$1;;
valgrind) valgrind="valgrind --tool=memcheck -q --smc-check=all";;
valgrind-log) valgrind="valgrind --tool=memcheck --num-callers=30 --leak-check=no --error-limit=no --smc-check=all --log-file=report.%p ";;
~*)
if expr "$1" : '~[0-9][0-9]*$' >/dev/null; then
skip="$skip `expr "$1" : '~\([0-9]*\)*$'`"
else
echo "Unknown option or test selector '$1'"; exit 1
fi
;;
*-*)
if expr "$1" : '[0-9][0-9]*-[0-9]*$' >/dev/null; then
tf=`expr "$1" : '\([0-9]*\)'`
tt=`expr "$1" : '.*-\([0-9]*\)'`
if [ "$tt" = "" ] ; then tt=$maxtest; fi
if expr \( "$tf" "<" 1 \) \| \( "$tt" ">" "$maxtest" \) >/dev/null; then
echo "Invalid test range '$1'"; exit 1
fi
while expr "$tf" "<=" "$tt" >/dev/null; do
eval do${tf}=yes
tf=`expr $tf + 1`
done
else
echo "Invalid test range '$1'"; exit 1
fi
;;
*) echo "Unknown option or test selector '$1'"; exit 1;;
esac
shift
done
# Find which optional facilities are available.
$sim ./pcretest -C linksize >/dev/null
link_size=$?
if [ $link_size -lt 2 ] ; then
echo "Failed to find internal link size"
exit 1
fi
if [ $link_size -gt 4 ] ; then
echo "Failed to find internal link size"
exit 1
fi
# All of 8-bit, 16-bit, and 32-bit character strings may be supported, but only
# one need be.
$sim ./pcretest -C pcre8 >/dev/null
support8=$?
$sim ./pcretest -C pcre16 >/dev/null
support16=$?
$sim ./pcretest -C pcre32 >/dev/null
support32=$?
# Initialize all bitsizes skipped
test8=skip
test16=skip
test32=skip
# If no bitsize arguments, select all that are available
if [ "$arg8$arg16$arg32" = "" ] ; then
if [ $support8 -ne 0 ] ; then
test8=
fi
if [ $support16 -ne 0 ] ; then
test16=-16
fi
if [ $support32 -ne 0 ] ; then
test32=-32
fi
# Select requested bit sizes
else
if [ "$arg8" = yes ] ; then
if [ $support8 -eq 0 ] ; then
echo "Cannot run 8-bit library tests: 8-bit library not compiled"
exit 1
fi
test8=
fi
if [ "$arg16" = yes ] ; then
if [ $support16 -eq 0 ] ; then
echo "Cannot run 16-bit library tests: 16-bit library not compiled"
exit 1
fi
test16=-16
fi
if [ "$arg32" = yes ] ; then
if [ $support32 -eq 0 ] ; then
echo "Cannot run 32-bit library tests: 32-bit library not compiled"
exit 1
fi
test32=-32
fi
fi
# UTF support always applies to all bit sizes if both are supported; we can't
# have UTF-8 support without UTF-16 support (for example).
$sim ./pcretest -C utf >/dev/null
utf=$?
$sim ./pcretest -C ucp >/dev/null
ucp=$?
jitopt=
$sim ./pcretest -C jit >/dev/null
jit=$?
if [ $jit -ne 0 -a "$nojit" != "yes" ] ; then
jitopt=-s+
if [ "$valgrind" != "" ] ; then
vjs="--suppressions=$testdata/valgrind-jit.supp"
fi
fi
# If no specific tests were requested, select all. Those that are not
# relevant will be automatically skipped.
if [ $do1 = no -a $do2 = no -a $do3 = no -a $do4 = no -a \
$do5 = no -a $do6 = no -a $do7 = no -a $do8 = no -a \
$do9 = no -a $do10 = no -a $do11 = no -a $do12 = no -a \
$do13 = no -a $do14 = no -a $do15 = no -a $do16 = no -a \
$do17 = no -a $do18 = no -a $do19 = no -a $do20 = no -a \
$do21 = no -a $do22 = no -a $do23 = no -a $do24 = no -a \
$do25 = no -a $do26 = no ] ; then
do1=yes
do2=yes
do3=yes
do4=yes
do5=yes
do6=yes
do7=yes
do8=yes
do9=yes
do10=yes
do11=yes
do12=yes
do13=yes
do14=yes
do15=yes
do16=yes
do17=yes
do18=yes
do19=yes
do20=yes
do21=yes
do22=yes
do23=yes
do24=yes
do25=yes
do26=yes
fi
# Handle any explicit skips at this stage, so that an argument list may consist
# only of explicit skips.
for i in $skip; do eval do$i=no; done
# Show which release and which test data
echo ""
echo PCRE C library tests using test data from $testdata
$sim ./pcretest /dev/null
for bmode in "$test8" "$test16" "$test32"; do
case "$bmode" in
skip) continue;;
-16) if [ "$test8$test32" != "skipskip" ] ; then echo ""; fi
bits=16; echo "---- Testing 16-bit library ----"; echo "";;
-32) if [ "$test8$test16" != "skipskip" ] ; then echo ""; fi
bits=32; echo "---- Testing 32-bit library ----"; echo "";;
*) bits=8; echo "---- Testing 8-bit library ----"; echo "";;
esac
# Primary test, compatible with JIT and all versions of Perl >= 5.8
if [ $do1 = yes ] ; then
echo $title1
for opt in "" "-s" $jitopt; do
$sim $valgrind ${opt:+$vjs} ./pcretest -q $bmode $opt $testdata/testinput1 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput1 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo " OK with study"
elif [ "$opt" = "-s+" ] ; then echo " OK with JIT study"
else echo " OK"
fi
done
fi
# PCRE tests that are not JIT or Perl-compatible: API, errors, internals
if [ $do2 = yes ] ; then
echo $title2 "(not UTF-$bits)"
for opt in "" "-s" $jitopt; do
$sim $valgrind ${opt:+$vjs} ./pcretest -q $bmode $opt $testdata/testinput2 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput2 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else
echo " "
echo "** Test 2 requires a lot of stack. If it has crashed with a"
echo "** segmentation fault, it may be that you do not have enough"
echo "** stack available by default. Please see the 'pcrestack' man"
echo "** page for a discussion of PCRE's stack usage."
echo " "
exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo " OK with study"
elif [ "$opt" = "-s+" ] ; then echo " OK with JIT study"
else echo " OK"
fi
done
fi
# Locale-specific tests, provided that either the "fr_FR" or the "french"
# locale is available. The former is the Unix-like standard; the latter is
# for Windows. Another possibility is "fr". Unfortunately, different versions
# of the French locale give different outputs for some items. This test passes
# if the output matches any one of the alternative output files.
if [ $do3 = yes ] ; then
locale -a | grep '^fr_FR$' >/dev/null
if [ $? -eq 0 ] ; then
locale=fr_FR
infile=$testdata/testinput3
outfile=$testdata/testoutput3
outfile2=$testdata/testoutput3A
outfile3=$testdata/testoutput3B
else
infile=test3input
outfile=test3output
outfile2=test3outputA
outfile3=test3outputB
locale -a | grep '^french$' >/dev/null
if [ $? -eq 0 ] ; then
locale=french
sed 's/fr_FR/french/' $testdata/testinput3 >test3input
sed 's/fr_FR/french/' $testdata/testoutput3 >test3output
sed 's/fr_FR/french/' $testdata/testoutput3A >test3outputA
sed 's/fr_FR/french/' $testdata/testoutput3B >test3outputB
else
locale -a | grep '^fr$' >/dev/null
if [ $? -eq 0 ] ; then
locale=fr
sed 's/fr_FR/fr/' $testdata/intestinput3 >test3input
sed 's/fr_FR/fr/' $testdata/intestoutput3 >test3output
sed 's/fr_FR/fr/' $testdata/intestoutput3A >test3outputA
sed 's/fr_FR/fr/' $testdata/intestoutput3B >test3outputB
else
locale=
fi
fi
fi
if [ "$locale" != "" ] ; then
echo $title3 "(using '$locale' locale)"
for opt in "" "-s" $jitopt; do
$sim $valgrind ${opt:+$vjs} ./pcretest -q $bmode $opt $infile testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
if $cf $outfile testtry >teststdout || \
$cf $outfile2 testtry >teststdout || \
$cf $outfile3 testtry >teststdout
then
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo " OK with study"
elif [ "$opt" = "-s+" ] ; then echo " OK with JIT study"
else echo " OK"
fi
else
echo "** Locale test did not run successfully. The output did not match"
echo " $outfile, $outfile2 or $outfile3."
echo " This may mean that there is a problem with the locale settings rather"
echo " than a bug in PCRE."
exit 1
fi
else exit 1
fi
done
else
echo "Cannot test locale-specific features - none of the 'fr_FR', 'fr' or"
echo "'french' locales exist, or the \"locale\" command is not available"
echo "to check for them."
echo " "
fi
fi
# Additional tests for UTF support
if [ $do4 = yes ] ; then
echo ${title4A}-${bits}${title4B}
if [ $utf -eq 0 ] ; then
echo " Skipped because UTF-$bits support is not available"
else
for opt in "" "-s" $jitopt; do
$sim $valgrind ${opt:+$vjs} ./pcretest -q $bmode $opt $testdata/testinput4 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput4 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo " OK with study"
elif [ "$opt" = "-s+" ] ; then echo " OK with JIT study"
else echo " OK"
fi
done
fi
fi
if [ $do5 = yes ] ; then
echo ${title5}-${bits} support
if [ $utf -eq 0 ] ; then
echo " Skipped because UTF-$bits support is not available"
else
for opt in "" "-s" $jitopt; do
$sim $valgrind ${opt:+$vjs} ./pcretest -q $bmode $opt $testdata/testinput5 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput5 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo " OK with study"
elif [ "$opt" = "-s+" ] ; then echo " OK with JIT study"
else echo " OK"
fi
done
fi
fi
if [ $do6 = yes ] ; then
echo $title6
if [ $utf -eq 0 -o $ucp -eq 0 ] ; then
echo " Skipped because Unicode property support is not available"
else
for opt in "" "-s" $jitopt; do
$sim $valgrind ${opt:+$vjs} ./pcretest -q $bmode $opt $testdata/testinput6 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput6 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo " OK with study"
elif [ "$opt" = "-s+" ] ; then echo " OK with JIT study"
else echo " OK"
fi
done
fi
fi
# Test non-Perl-compatible Unicode property support
if [ $do7 = yes ] ; then
echo $title7
if [ $utf -eq 0 -o $ucp -eq 0 ] ; then
echo " Skipped because Unicode property support is not available"
else
for opt in "" "-s" $jitopt; do
$sim $valgrind ${opt:+$vjs} ./pcretest -q $bmode $opt $testdata/testinput7 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput7 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo " OK with study"
elif [ "$opt" = "-s+" ] ; then echo " OK with JIT study"
else echo " OK"
fi
done
fi
fi
# Tests for DFA matching support
if [ $do8 = yes ] ; then
echo $title8
for opt in "" "-s"; do
$sim $valgrind ./pcretest -q $bmode $opt -dfa $testdata/testinput8 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput8 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo " OK with study" ; else echo " OK"; fi
done
fi
if [ $do9 = yes ] ; then
echo ${title9}-${bits}
if [ $utf -eq 0 ] ; then
echo " Skipped because UTF-$bits support is not available"
else
for opt in "" "-s"; do
$sim $valgrind ./pcretest -q $bmode $opt -dfa $testdata/testinput9 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput9 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo " OK with study" ; else echo " OK"; fi
done
fi
fi
if [ $do10 = yes ] ; then
echo $title10
if [ $utf -eq 0 -o $ucp -eq 0 ] ; then
echo " Skipped because Unicode property support is not available"
else
for opt in "" "-s"; do
$sim $valgrind ./pcretest -q $bmode $opt -dfa $testdata/testinput10 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput10 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo " OK with study" ; else echo " OK"; fi
done
fi
fi
# Test of internal offsets and code sizes. This test is run only when there
# is Unicode property support and the link size is 2. The actual tests are
# mostly the same as in some of the above, but in this test we inspect some
# offsets and sizes that require a known link size. This is a doublecheck for
# the maintainer, just in case something changes unexpectely. The output from
# this test is not the same in 8-bit and 16-bit modes.
if [ $do11 = yes ] ; then
echo $title11
if [ $link_size -ne 2 ] ; then
echo " Skipped because link size is not 2"
elif [ $ucp -eq 0 ] ; then
echo " Skipped because Unicode property support is not available"
else
for opt in "" "-s"; do
$sim $valgrind ./pcretest -q $bmode $opt $testdata/testinput11 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput11-$bits testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo " OK with study" ; else echo " OK"; fi
done
fi
fi
# Test JIT-specific features when JIT is available
if [ $do12 = yes ] ; then
echo $title12
if [ $jit -eq 0 -o "$nojit" = "yes" ] ; then
echo " Skipped because JIT is not available or not usable"
else
$sim $valgrind $vjs ./pcretest -q $bmode $testdata/testinput12 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput12 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
echo " OK"
fi
fi
# Test JIT-specific features when JIT is not available
if [ $do13 = yes ] ; then
echo $title13
if [ $jit -ne 0 ] ; then
echo " Skipped because JIT is available"
else
$sim $valgrind ./pcretest -q $bmode $testdata/testinput13 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput13 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
echo " OK"
fi
fi
# Tests for 8-bit-specific features
if [ "$do14" = yes ] ; then
echo $title14
if [ "$bits" = "16" -o "$bits" = "32" ] ; then
echo " Skipped when running 16/32-bit tests"
else
cp -f $testdata/saved16 testsaved16
cp -f $testdata/saved32 testsaved32
for opt in "" "-s" $jitopt; do
$sim $valgrind ${opt:+$vjs} ./pcretest -q $bmode $opt $testdata/testinput14 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput14 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo " OK with study"
elif [ "$opt" = "-s+" ] ; then echo " OK with JIT study"
else echo " OK"
fi
done
fi
fi
# Tests for 8-bit-specific features (needs UTF-8 support)
if [ "$do15" = yes ] ; then
echo $title15
if [ "$bits" = "16" -o "$bits" = "32" ] ; then
echo " Skipped when running 16/32-bit tests"
elif [ $utf -eq 0 ] ; then
echo " Skipped because UTF-$bits support is not available"
else
for opt in "" "-s" $jitopt; do
$sim $valgrind ${opt:+$vjs} ./pcretest -q $bmode $opt $testdata/testinput15 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput15 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo " OK with study"
elif [ "$opt" = "-s+" ] ; then echo " OK with JIT study"
else echo " OK"
fi
done
fi
fi
# Tests for 8-bit-specific features (Unicode property support)
if [ $do16 = yes ] ; then
echo $title16
if [ "$bits" = "16" -o "$bits" = "32" ] ; then
echo " Skipped when running 16/32-bit tests"
elif [ $ucp -eq 0 ] ; then
echo " Skipped because Unicode property support is not available"
else
for opt in "" "-s" $jitopt; do
$sim $valgrind ${opt:+$vjs} ./pcretest -q $bmode $opt $testdata/testinput16 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput16 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo " OK with study"
elif [ "$opt" = "-s+" ] ; then echo " OK with JIT study"
else echo " OK"
fi
done
fi
fi
# Tests for 16/32-bit-specific features
if [ $do17 = yes ] ; then
echo $title17
if [ "$bits" = "8" ] ; then
echo " Skipped when running 8-bit tests"
else
for opt in "" "-s" $jitopt; do
$sim $valgrind ${opt:+$vjs} ./pcretest -q $bmode $opt $testdata/testinput17 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput17 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo " OK with study"
elif [ "$opt" = "-s+" ] ; then echo " OK with JIT study"
else echo " OK"
fi
done
fi
fi
# Tests for 16/32-bit-specific features (UTF-16/32 support)
if [ $do18 = yes ] ; then
echo $title18
if [ "$bits" = "8" ] ; then
echo " Skipped when running 8-bit tests"
elif [ $utf -eq 0 ] ; then
echo " Skipped because UTF-$bits support is not available"
else
for opt in "" "-s" $jitopt; do
$sim $valgrind ${opt:+$vjs} ./pcretest -q $bmode $opt $testdata/testinput18 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput18-$bits testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo " OK with study"
elif [ "$opt" = "-s+" ] ; then echo " OK with JIT study"
else echo " OK"
fi
done
fi
fi
# Tests for 16/32-bit-specific features (Unicode property support)
if [ $do19 = yes ] ; then
echo $title19
if [ "$bits" = "8" ] ; then
echo " Skipped when running 8-bit tests"
elif [ $ucp -eq 0 ] ; then
echo " Skipped because Unicode property support is not available"
else
for opt in "" "-s" $jitopt; do
$sim $valgrind ${opt:+$vjs} ./pcretest -q $bmode $opt $testdata/testinput19 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput19 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo " OK with study"
elif [ "$opt" = "-s+" ] ; then echo " OK with JIT study"
else echo " OK"
fi
done
fi
fi
# Tests for 16/32-bit-specific features in DFA non-UTF-16/32 mode
if [ $do20 = yes ] ; then
echo $title20
if [ "$bits" = "8" ] ; then
echo " Skipped when running 8-bit tests"
else
for opt in "" "-s"; do
$sim $valgrind ./pcretest -q $bmode $opt -dfa $testdata/testinput20 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput20 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
if [ "$opt" = "-s" ] ; then echo " OK with study"
else echo " OK"
fi
done
fi
fi
# Tests for reloads with 16/32-bit library
if [ $do21 = yes ] ; then
echo $title21
if [ "$bits" = "8" ] ; then
echo " Skipped when running 8-bit tests"
elif [ $link_size -ne 2 ] ; then
echo " Skipped because link size is not 2"
else
cp -f $testdata/saved8 testsaved8
cp -f $testdata/saved16LE-1 testsaved16LE-1
cp -f $testdata/saved16BE-1 testsaved16BE-1
cp -f $testdata/saved32LE-1 testsaved32LE-1
cp -f $testdata/saved32BE-1 testsaved32BE-1
$sim $valgrind ./pcretest -q $bmode $testdata/testinput21 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput21-$bits testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
echo " OK"
fi
fi
# Tests for reloads with 16/32-bit library (UTF-16 support)
if [ $do22 = yes ] ; then
echo $title22
if [ "$bits" = "8" ] ; then
echo " Skipped when running 8-bit tests"
elif [ $utf -eq 0 ] ; then
echo " Skipped because UTF-$bits support is not available"
elif [ $link_size -ne 2 ] ; then
echo " Skipped because link size is not 2"
else
cp -f $testdata/saved16LE-2 testsaved16LE-2
cp -f $testdata/saved16BE-2 testsaved16BE-2
cp -f $testdata/saved32LE-2 testsaved32LE-2
cp -f $testdata/saved32BE-2 testsaved32BE-2
$sim $valgrind ./pcretest -q $bmode $testdata/testinput22 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput22-$bits testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
echo " OK"
fi
fi
if [ $do23 = yes ] ; then
echo $title23
if [ "$bits" = "8" -o "$bits" = "32" ] ; then
echo " Skipped when running 8/32-bit tests"
else
$sim $valgrind ./pcretest -q $bmode $testdata/testinput23 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput23 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
echo " OK"
fi
fi
if [ $do24 = yes ] ; then
echo $title24
if [ "$bits" = "8" -o "$bits" = "32" ] ; then
echo " Skipped when running 8/32-bit tests"
elif [ $utf -eq 0 ] ; then
echo " Skipped because UTF-$bits support is not available"
else
$sim $valgrind ./pcretest -q $bmode $testdata/testinput24 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput24 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
echo " OK"
fi
fi
if [ $do25 = yes ] ; then
echo $title25
if [ "$bits" = "8" -o "$bits" = "16" ] ; then
echo " Skipped when running 8/16-bit tests"
else
$sim $valgrind ./pcretest -q $bmode $testdata/testinput25 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput25 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
echo " OK"
fi
fi
if [ $do26 = yes ] ; then
echo $title26
if [ "$bits" = "8" -o "$bits" = "16" ] ; then
echo " Skipped when running 8/16-bit tests"
elif [ $utf -eq 0 ] ; then
echo " Skipped because UTF-$bits support is not available"
else
$sim $valgrind ./pcretest -q $bmode $testdata/testinput26 testtry
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then
$cf $testdata/testoutput26 testtry
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then exit 1; fi
else exit 1
fi
echo " OK"
fi
fi
# End of loop for 8/16/32-bit tests
done
# Clean up local working files
rm -f test3input test3output test3outputA testNinput testsaved* teststderr teststdout testtry
# End