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  1. stacktrace_testfiles/
  2. testfiles/
  3. common.dart
  4. ddc_common.dart
  6. sourcemaps_ddk.status
  7. sourcemaps_ddk_suite.dart
  8. stacktrace_ddk.status
  9. stacktrace_ddk_suite.dart
  10. testing.json

Testing of source maps

This folder contains two types of tests for validating sourcemaps: the debugging behavior and the stacktrace behavior.

For both there are 2 suits: One for (legacy) DDC and one for DDC with kernel (DDK).

Running the tests likely requires the compilation of the correct targets. DDK currently also requires ddc_sdk.dill inside {sdkroot}/{out,xcodebuild}/ReleaseX64/ddc_sdk.dill.

Except for that, running them should simply be a matter of executing the *_suite.dart files.

All tests are plain Dart files and goes in “testfiles” (debugging tests) or “stacktrace_testfiles” (stacktrace tests). They are automatically picked up by the testing framework.

Debugging tests (step tests)

See in pkg/sourcemap_testing.

Debugging a test

One can filter which tests are run by running (from the sourcemap folder):

dart sourcemaps_ddc_suite.dart -- sourcemaps_ddc//printing_class_fields

One can additionally get debug output for failing tests (i.e. tests with different outcome than expected), e.g.:

dart sourcemaps_ddc_suite.dart -Ddebug=true -- sourcemaps_ddc//printing_class_fields

The latter is also useful in combination with /*fail*/ when adding new tests to see all the places where the debugger stopped (both in JS positions and translated to dart positions).

For instance -Ddebug=true -- sourcemaps_ddk//next_through_catch_test with a /*fail*/ currently gives output like the following:

Stop #1

test.main = function() {                            |  main() {
  try {                                             |    try {
    let value = /*STOP*/"world";                    |      var value = /*STOP*/"world";
    dart.throw(dart.str`Hello, ${value}`);          |      // Comment
  } catch (e) {                                     |      throw "Hello, $value";

Stop #2

  try {                                             |      var value = "world";
    let value = "world";                            |      // Comment
    /*STOP*/dart.throw(dart.str`Hello, ${value}`);  |      /*STOP*/throw "Hello, $value";
  } catch (e) {                                     |    }
    let st = dart.stackTrace(e);                    |    // Comment

Stop #3

    dart.throw(dart.str`Hello, ${value}`);          |    }
  } catch (e) {                                     |    // Comment
    let st = /*STOP*/dart.stackTrace(e);            |    catch (e, /*STOP*/st) {
    {                                               |      print(e);
      core.print(e);                                |      print(st);