testsuite_hooks.h   [plain text]

// Utility subroutines for the C++ library testsuite.
// Copyright (C) 2000, 2001, 2002 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
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// This file provides the following:
// 1)  VERIFY(), via DEBUG_ASSERT, from Brent Verner <brent@rcfile.org>.
//   This file is included in the various testsuite programs to provide
//   #define(able) assert() behavior for debugging/testing. It may be
//   a suitable location for other furry woodland creatures as well.
// 2)  __set_testsuite_memlimit()
//   __set_testsuite_memlimit() uses setrlimit() to restrict dynamic memory
//   allocation.  We provide a default memory limit if none is passed by the
//   calling application.  The argument to __set_testsuite_memlimit() is the
//   limit in megabytes (a floating-point number).  If _GLIBCPP_MEM_LIMITS is
//   not #defined before including this header, then no limiting is attempted.
// 3)  gnu_counting_struct
//   This is a POD with a static data member, gnu_counting_struct::count,
//   which starts at zero, increments on instance construction, and decrements
//   on instance destruction.  "assert_count(n)" can be called to VERIFY()
//   that the count equals N.


# include <cassert>
# define VERIFY(fn) assert(fn)
# define VERIFY(fn) test &= (fn)

#include <bits/c++config.h>


// Don't do memory limits.
__set_testsuite_memlimit(float x = 0)
{ }


// Do memory limits.
#include <sys/resource.h>
#include <unistd.h>

#define MEMLIMIT_MB 16.0

__set_testsuite_memlimit(float __size = MEMLIMIT_MB)
    struct rlimit r;
    r.rlim_cur = (rlim_t)(__size * 1048576);

    // Heap size, seems to be common.
    setrlimit(RLIMIT_DATA, &r);

    // Resident set size.
    setrlimit(RLIMIT_RSS, &r);

    // Mapped memory (brk + mmap).
    setrlimit(RLIMIT_VMEM, &r);

    // Virtual memory.
    setrlimit(RLIMIT_AS, &r);

struct gnu_counting_struct
    // Specifically and glaringly-obviously marked 'signed' so that when
    // count mistakenly goes negative, we can track the patterns of
    // deletions easier.
    typedef  signed int     size_type;
    static size_type   count;
    gnu_counting_struct() { ++count; }
    gnu_counting_struct (const gnu_counting_struct&) { ++count; }
    ~gnu_counting_struct() { --count; }

#define assert_count(n)   VERIFY(gnu_counting_struct::count == n)

gnu_counting_struct::size_type  gnu_counting_struct::count = 0;