c-multiaddr/testing.c
John Jones 58a6240af9 Fixed bug on odd byte ip addresses
IP addresses that when converted to an integer ended up as a string with
an odd number of bytes would result in a memory read into invalid
memory. Zero filled the text string representation of the bytes to avoid
this issue.
2017-07-13 18:29:02 -05:00

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C

#include <stdio.h>
#include "test_multiaddr.h"
const char* names[] = {
"test_new_from_string",
"test_full",
"test_hex_to_var",
"test_int_to_hex",
"test_multiaddr_utils",
"test_multiaddr_peer_id",
"test_multiaddr_get_peer_id",
"test_multiaddr_bytes",
"test_new_like_libp2p"
};
int (*funcs[])(void) = {
test_new_from_string,
test_full,
test_hex_to_var,
test_int_to_hex,
test_multiaddr_utils,
test_multiaddr_peer_id,
test_multiaddr_get_peer_id,
test_multiaddr_bytes,
test_new_like_libp2p
};
int testit(const char* name, int (*func)(void)) {
printf("Testing %s...\n", name);
int retVal = func();
if (retVal)
printf("%s success!\n", name);
else
printf("** Uh oh! %s failed.**\n", name);
return retVal;
}
int main(int argc, char** argv) {
int counter = 0;
int tests_ran = 0;
char* test_wanted;
int only_one = 0;
if(argc > 1) {
only_one = 1;
if (argv[1][0] == '\'') { // some shells put quotes around arguments
argv[1][strlen(argv[1])-1] = 0;
test_wanted = &(argv[1][1]);
}
else
test_wanted = argv[1];
}
int array_length = sizeof(funcs) / sizeof(funcs[0]);
int array2_length = sizeof(names) / sizeof(names[0]);
if (array_length != array2_length) {
printf("Test arrays are not of the same length. Funcs: %d, Names: %d\n", array_length, array2_length);
}
for (int i = 0; i < array_length; i++) {
if (only_one) {
const char* currName = names[i];
if (strcmp(currName, test_wanted) == 0) {
tests_ran++;
counter += testit(names[i], funcs[i]);
}
}
else
if (!only_one) {
tests_ran++;
counter += testit(names[i], funcs[i]);
}
}
if (tests_ran == 0)
printf("***** No tests found *****\n");
else {
if (tests_ran - counter > 0) {
printf("***** There were %d failed test(s) (%d successful) *****\n", tests_ran - counter, counter);
} else {
printf("All %d tests passed\n", tests_ran);
}
}
return 1;
}