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# Copyright 2013 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
import BaseHTTPServer
import errno
import json
import optparse
import os
import re
import socket
import SocketServer
import struct
import sys
import warnings
import tlslite.errors
# Ignore deprecation warnings, they make our output more cluttered.
warnings.filterwarnings("ignore", category=DeprecationWarning)
if sys.platform == 'win32':
import msvcrt
# Using debug() seems to cause hangs on XP: see
debug_output = sys.stderr
def debug(string):
debug_output.write(string + "\n")
class Error(Exception):
"""Error class for this module."""
class OptionError(Error):
"""Error for bad command line options."""
class FileMultiplexer(object):
def __init__(self, fd1, fd2) :
self.__fd1 = fd1
self.__fd2 = fd2
def __del__(self) :
if self.__fd1 != sys.stdout and self.__fd1 != sys.stderr:
if self.__fd2 != sys.stdout and self.__fd2 != sys.stderr:
def write(self, text) :
def flush(self) :
class ClientRestrictingServerMixIn:
"""Implements verify_request to limit connections to our configured IP
def verify_request(self, _request, client_address):
return client_address[0] == self.server_address[0]
class BrokenPipeHandlerMixIn:
"""Allows the server to deal with "broken pipe" errors (which happen if the
browser quits with outstanding requests, like for the favicon). This mix-in
requires the class to derive from SocketServer.BaseServer and not override its
handle_error() method. """
def handle_error(self, request, client_address):
value = sys.exc_info()[1]
if isinstance(value, tlslite.errors.TLSClosedConnectionError):
print " Closed connection"
if isinstance(value, socket.error):
err = value.args[0]
if sys.platform in ('win32', 'cygwin'):
# "An established connection was aborted by the software in your host."
pipe_err = 10053
pipe_err = errno.EPIPE
if err == pipe_err:
print " Broken pipe"
if err == errno.ECONNRESET:
print " Connection reset by peer"
SocketServer.BaseServer.handle_error(self, request, client_address)
class StoppableHTTPServer(BaseHTTPServer.HTTPServer):
"""This is a specialization of BaseHTTPServer to allow it
to be exited cleanly (by setting its "stop" member to True)."""
def serve_forever(self):
self.stop = False
self.nonce_time = None
while not self.stop:
def MultiplexerHack(std_fd, log_fd):
"""Creates a FileMultiplexer that will write to both specified files.
When running on Windows XP bots, stdout and stderr will be invalid file
handles, so log_fd will be returned directly. (This does not occur if you
run the test suite directly from a console, but only if the output of the
test executable is redirected.)
if std_fd.fileno() <= 0:
return log_fd
return FileMultiplexer(std_fd, log_fd)
class BasePageHandler(BaseHTTPServer.BaseHTTPRequestHandler):
def __init__(self, request, client_address, socket_server,
connect_handlers, get_handlers, head_handlers, post_handlers,
self._connect_handlers = connect_handlers
self._get_handlers = get_handlers
self._head_handlers = head_handlers
self._post_handlers = post_handlers
self._put_handlers = put_handlers
self, request, client_address, socket_server)
def log_request(self, *args, **kwargs):
# Disable request logging to declutter test log output.
def _ShouldHandleRequest(self, handler_name):
"""Determines if the path can be handled by the handler.
We consider a handler valid if the path begins with the
handler name. It can optionally be followed by "?*", "/*".
pattern = re.compile('%s($|\?|/).*' % handler_name)
return pattern.match(self.path)
def do_CONNECT(self):
for handler in self._connect_handlers:
if handler():
def do_GET(self):
for handler in self._get_handlers:
if handler():
def do_HEAD(self):
for handler in self._head_handlers:
if handler():
def do_POST(self):
for handler in self._post_handlers:
if handler():
def do_PUT(self):
for handler in self._put_handlers:
if handler():
class TestServerRunner(object):
"""Runs a test server and communicates with the controlling C++ test code.
Subclasses should override the create_server method to create their server
object, and the add_options method to add their own options.
def __init__(self):
self.option_parser = optparse.OptionParser()
def main(self):
self.options, self.args = self.option_parser.parse_args()
logfile = open(self.options.log_file, 'w')
# : Error logs streamed to normal sys.stderr will be
# written to HTTP response payload when remote test server is used.
# For this reason, some tests like ResourceFetcherTests.ResourceFetcher404
# were failing on Android because remote test server is being used there.
# To fix them, we need to use sys.stdout as sys.stderr if remote test server
# is used.
if self.options.on_remote_server:
sys.stderr = sys.stdout
sys.stderr = MultiplexerHack(sys.stderr, logfile)
if self.options.log_to_console:
sys.stdout = MultiplexerHack(sys.stdout, logfile)
sys.stdout = logfile
server_data = {
self.server = self.create_server(server_data)
def create_server(self, server_data):
"""Creates a server object and returns it.
Must populate server_data['port'], and can set additional server_data
elements if desired."""
raise NotImplementedError()
def run_server(self):
except KeyboardInterrupt:
print 'shutting down server'
self.server.stop = True
def add_options(self):
self.option_parser.add_option('--startup-pipe', type='int',
help='File handle of pipe to parent process')
self.option_parser.add_option('--log-to-console', action='store_const',
const=True, default=False,
help='Enables or disables sys.stdout logging '
'to the console.')
self.option_parser.add_option('--log-file', default='testserver.log',
help='The name of the server log file.')
self.option_parser.add_option('--port', default=0, type='int',
help='Port used by the server. If '
'unspecified, the server will listen on an '
'ephemeral port.')
self.option_parser.add_option('--host', default='',
help='Hostname or IP upon which the server '
'will listen. Client connections will also '
'only be allowed from this address.')
self.option_parser.add_option('--data-dir', dest='data_dir',
help='Directory from which to read the '
self.option_parser.add_option('--on-remote-server', action='store_const',
const=True, default=False,
help='Whether remote server is being used or '
def _notify_startup_complete(self, server_data):
# Notify the parent that we've started. (BaseServer subclasses
# bind their sockets on construction.)
if self.options.startup_pipe is not None:
server_data_json = json.dumps(server_data)
server_data_len = len(server_data_json)
print 'sending server_data: %s (%d bytes)' % (
server_data_json, server_data_len)
if sys.platform == 'win32':
fd = msvcrt.open_osfhandle(self.options.startup_pipe, 0)
fd = self.options.startup_pipe
startup_pipe = os.fdopen(fd, "w")
# First write the data length as an unsigned 4-byte value. This
# is _not_ using network byte ordering since the other end of the
# pipe is on the same machine.
startup_pipe.write(struct.pack('=L', server_data_len))