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#!/bin/sh
# Run clocc's ansi-test suite on SBCL (if you set the appropriate
# environment variable so that the test suite, a separate piece of
# software, can be found).
#
# This is implemented as a shell script because ansi-test likes to
# report its errors on standard output and it's convenient to use the
# *nix shell tools to extract them.
# clocc = Common Lisp Open Code Collection, available on
# <http://clocc.sourceforge.net/>
# ansi-test = one of the subdirectories in clocc, containing lotso tests
# for ANSI compliance (and the occasional test for CLISP
# compatibility too:-)
# This software is part of the SBCL system. See the README file for
# more information.
#
# While most of SBCL is derived from the CMU CL system, the test
# files (like this one) were written from scratch after the fork
# from CMU CL.
#
# This software is in the public domain and is provided with
# absolutely no warranty. See the COPYING and CREDITS files for
# more information.
# Remember where we came from so we can find local support files later.
originalpwd=`pwd`
# Find clocc ansi-test (or just punt, returning success).
if [ "$SBCL_CLOCC_ANSI_TEST" = "" ] ; then
echo //punting clocc ansi-test because SBCL_CLOCC_ANSI_TEST is undefined
exit 104
else
echo //going on to run clocc ansi-test in $SBCL_CLOCC_ANSI_TEST
cd $SBCL_CLOCC_ANSI_TEST
fi
# The condition system is for the weak.
tmpprefix="${TMPDIR:-/tmp}/sbcl-clocc-ansi-test-$$"
rawfilename="$tmpprefix-raw.tmp"
bugsfilename="$tmpprefix-bugs.tmp"
# Go SBCL go.
$SBCL <<EOF >$rawfilename
(in-package :cl-user)
;;; Tell ansi-test about our known bugs.
(load "$originalpwd/clocc-ansi-test-known-bugs.lisp")
;;; Actually run ansi-test.
(load "tests.lisp")
;;; Return a special status code to show that we reached the end
;;; normally instead of taking a dirt nap.
(print "back from ansi-test tests.lisp")
(sb-ext:quit :unix-status 52)
EOF
if [ $? != 52 ]; then
echo "failure: SBCL didn't finish running clocc ansi-test."
exit 1
fi
# Klingon programmers handle errors by recognizing error strings
# in standard output.
if egrep 'ERROR!!' $rawfilename > $bugsfilename; then
# new bugs, better luck next time
cat $bugsfilename
exit 1
else
# only known bugs, happy happy joy joy
rm $rawfilename $bugsfilename
exit 104
fi