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authorSpencer Low <CompareAndSwap@gmail.com>2015-09-17 19:36:10 -0700
committerYabin Cui <yabinc@google.com>2015-09-21 12:46:12 -0700
commit765ae6bcfc62148de629f68315fdf8cd1bc35342 (patch)
treeec7dcc3e0bfd272d5c2a4207e12703995206888c
parent94c617ccbba4db673a6c4cc682927e630a8feaf0 (diff)
base logging: fix errno restoring, severity conditionality, dangling ifs
Fix LOG() to properly save and restore errno. Test this properly. Only do logging if severity is >= the minimum. Fix dangling if statements in CHECK(), CHECK_STR{EQ,NE}(). Test this properly. Fix base logging tests on Windows. All libbase_tests now pass on Windows. Change place to lock, so the lock can protect logging of all data in LogMessage. Change-Id: I7ff531c67ae10a99ef0a2bbfe279aa77282d5ae9 Signed-off-by: Spencer Low <CompareAndSwap@gmail.com>
-rw-r--r--adb/adb_trace.h2
-rw-r--r--base/include/base/logging.h74
-rw-r--r--base/logging.cpp57
-rw-r--r--base/logging_test.cpp98
4 files changed, 172 insertions, 59 deletions
diff --git a/adb/adb_trace.h b/adb/adb_trace.h
index 623108e9b..b4155dffd 100644
--- a/adb/adb_trace.h
+++ b/adb/adb_trace.h
@@ -50,9 +50,7 @@ void adb_trace_init(char**);
#define D(...) \
do { \
if (ADB_TRACING) { \
- int saved_errno = errno; \
LOG(INFO) << android::base::StringPrintf(__VA_ARGS__); \
- errno = saved_errno; \
} \
} while (0)
diff --git a/base/include/base/logging.h b/base/include/base/logging.h
index 283a7bc90..30f690657 100644
--- a/base/include/base/logging.h
+++ b/base/include/base/logging.h
@@ -87,30 +87,64 @@ extern void InitLogging(char* argv[]);
// Replace the current logger.
extern void SetLogger(LogFunction&& logger);
+// Get the minimum severity level for logging.
+extern LogSeverity GetMinimumLogSeverity();
+
+class ErrnoRestorer {
+ public:
+ ErrnoRestorer()
+ : saved_errno_(errno) {
+ }
+
+ ~ErrnoRestorer() {
+ errno = saved_errno_;
+ }
+
+ // Allow this object to evaluate to false which is useful in macros.
+ operator bool() const {
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ private:
+ const int saved_errno_;
+
+ DISALLOW_COPY_AND_ASSIGN(ErrnoRestorer);
+};
+
// Logs a message to logcat on Android otherwise to stderr. If the severity is
// FATAL it also causes an abort. For example:
//
// LOG(FATAL) << "We didn't expect to reach here";
-#define LOG(severity) \
- ::android::base::LogMessage(__FILE__, __LINE__, ::android::base::DEFAULT, \
- ::android::base::severity, -1).stream()
+#define LOG(severity) LOG_TO(DEFAULT, severity)
// Logs a message to logcat with the specified log ID on Android otherwise to
// stderr. If the severity is FATAL it also causes an abort.
-#define LOG_TO(dest, severity) \
- ::android::base::LogMessage(__FILE__, __LINE__, ::android::base::dest, \
- ::android::base::severity, -1).stream()
+// Use an if-else statement instead of just an if statement here. So if there is a
+// else statement after LOG() macro, it won't bind to the if statement in the macro.
+// do-while(0) statement doesn't work here. Because we need to support << operator
+// following the macro, like "LOG(DEBUG) << xxx;".
+#define LOG_TO(dest, severity) \
+ if (LIKELY(::android::base::severity < ::android::base::GetMinimumLogSeverity())) \
+ ; \
+ else \
+ ::android::base::ErrnoRestorer() ? *(std::ostream*)nullptr : \
+ ::android::base::LogMessage(__FILE__, __LINE__, \
+ ::android::base::dest, \
+ ::android::base::severity, -1).stream()
// A variant of LOG that also logs the current errno value. To be used when
// library calls fail.
-#define PLOG(severity) \
- ::android::base::LogMessage(__FILE__, __LINE__, ::android::base::DEFAULT, \
- ::android::base::severity, errno).stream()
+#define PLOG(severity) PLOG_TO(DEFAULT, severity)
// Behaves like PLOG, but logs to the specified log ID.
-#define PLOG_TO(dest, severity) \
- ::android::base::LogMessage(__FILE__, __LINE__, ::android::base::dest, \
- ::android::base::severity, errno).stream()
+#define PLOG_TO(dest, severity) \
+ if (LIKELY(::android::base::severity < ::android::base::GetMinimumLogSeverity())) \
+ ; \
+ else \
+ ::android::base::ErrnoRestorer() ? *(std::ostream*)nullptr : \
+ ::android::base::LogMessage(__FILE__, __LINE__, \
+ ::android::base::dest, \
+ ::android::base::severity, errno).stream()
// Marker that code is yet to be implemented.
#define UNIMPLEMENTED(level) \
@@ -122,11 +156,13 @@ extern void SetLogger(LogFunction&& logger);
//
// CHECK(false == true) results in a log message of
// "Check failed: false == true".
-#define CHECK(x) \
- if (UNLIKELY(!(x))) \
- ::android::base::LogMessage(__FILE__, __LINE__, ::android::base::DEFAULT, \
- ::android::base::FATAL, -1).stream() \
- << "Check failed: " #x << " "
+#define CHECK(x) \
+ if (LIKELY((x))) \
+ ; \
+ else \
+ ::android::base::LogMessage(__FILE__, __LINE__, ::android::base::DEFAULT, \
+ ::android::base::FATAL, -1).stream() \
+ << "Check failed: " #x << " "
// Helper for CHECK_xx(x,y) macros.
#define CHECK_OP(LHS, RHS, OP) \
@@ -153,7 +189,9 @@ extern void SetLogger(LogFunction&& logger);
// Helper for CHECK_STRxx(s1,s2) macros.
#define CHECK_STROP(s1, s2, sense) \
- if (UNLIKELY((strcmp(s1, s2) == 0) != sense)) \
+ if (LIKELY((strcmp(s1, s2) == 0) == sense)) \
+ ; \
+ else \
LOG(FATAL) << "Check failed: " \
<< "\"" << s1 << "\"" \
<< (sense ? " == " : " != ") << "\"" << s2 << "\""
diff --git a/base/logging.cpp b/base/logging.cpp
index e9e06dfc4..6bfaaec2c 100644
--- a/base/logging.cpp
+++ b/base/logging.cpp
@@ -139,6 +139,10 @@ static bool gInitialized = false;
static LogSeverity gMinimumLogSeverity = INFO;
static std::unique_ptr<std::string> gProgramInvocationName;
+LogSeverity GetMinimumLogSeverity() {
+ return gMinimumLogSeverity;
+}
+
static const char* ProgramInvocationName() {
if (gProgramInvocationName == nullptr) {
gProgramInvocationName.reset(new std::string(getprogname()));
@@ -200,20 +204,6 @@ void InitLogging(char* argv[], LogFunction&& logger) {
InitLogging(argv);
}
-// TODO: make this public; it's independently useful.
-class ErrnoRestorer {
- public:
- ErrnoRestorer(int saved_errno) : saved_errno_(saved_errno) {
- }
-
- ~ErrnoRestorer() {
- errno = saved_errno_;
- }
-
- private:
- const int saved_errno_;
-};
-
void InitLogging(char* argv[]) {
if (gInitialized) {
return;
@@ -286,13 +276,12 @@ static const char* GetFileBasename(const char* file) {
class LogMessageData {
public:
LogMessageData(const char* file, unsigned int line, LogId id,
- LogSeverity severity, int error, int saved_errno)
+ LogSeverity severity, int error)
: file_(GetFileBasename(file)),
line_number_(line),
id_(id),
severity_(severity),
- error_(error),
- errno_restorer_(saved_errno) {
+ error_(error) {
}
const char* GetFile() const {
@@ -330,39 +319,38 @@ class LogMessageData {
const LogId id_;
const LogSeverity severity_;
const int error_;
- ErrnoRestorer errno_restorer_;
DISALLOW_COPY_AND_ASSIGN(LogMessageData);
};
LogMessage::LogMessage(const char* file, unsigned int line, LogId id,
LogSeverity severity, int error)
- : data_(new LogMessageData(file, line, id, severity, error, errno)) {
+ : data_(new LogMessageData(file, line, id, severity, error)) {
}
LogMessage::~LogMessage() {
- if (data_->GetSeverity() < gMinimumLogSeverity) {
- return; // No need to format something we're not going to output.
- }
-
// Finish constructing the message.
if (data_->GetError() != -1) {
data_->GetBuffer() << ": " << strerror(data_->GetError());
}
std::string msg(data_->ToString());
- if (msg.find('\n') == std::string::npos) {
- LogLine(data_->GetFile(), data_->GetLineNumber(), data_->GetId(),
- data_->GetSeverity(), msg.c_str());
- } else {
- msg += '\n';
- size_t i = 0;
- while (i < msg.size()) {
- size_t nl = msg.find('\n', i);
- msg[nl] = '\0';
+ {
+ // Do the actual logging with the lock held.
+ lock_guard<mutex> lock(logging_lock);
+ if (msg.find('\n') == std::string::npos) {
LogLine(data_->GetFile(), data_->GetLineNumber(), data_->GetId(),
- data_->GetSeverity(), &msg[i]);
- i = nl + 1;
+ data_->GetSeverity(), msg.c_str());
+ } else {
+ msg += '\n';
+ size_t i = 0;
+ while (i < msg.size()) {
+ size_t nl = msg.find('\n', i);
+ msg[nl] = '\0';
+ LogLine(data_->GetFile(), data_->GetLineNumber(), data_->GetId(),
+ data_->GetSeverity(), &msg[i]);
+ i = nl + 1;
+ }
}
}
@@ -382,7 +370,6 @@ std::ostream& LogMessage::stream() {
void LogMessage::LogLine(const char* file, unsigned int line, LogId id,
LogSeverity severity, const char* message) {
const char* tag = ProgramInvocationName();
- lock_guard<mutex> lock(logging_lock);
gLogger(id, severity, tag, file, line, message);
}
diff --git a/base/logging_test.cpp b/base/logging_test.cpp
index c12dfa5f3..9cf1aade0 100644
--- a/base/logging_test.cpp
+++ b/base/logging_test.cpp
@@ -18,6 +18,10 @@
#include <libgen.h>
+#if defined(_WIN32)
+#include <signal.h>
+#endif
+
#include <regex>
#include <string>
@@ -49,6 +53,11 @@ class CapturedStderr {
private:
void init() {
+#if defined(_WIN32)
+ // On Windows, stderr is often buffered, so make sure it is unbuffered so
+ // that we can immediately read back what was written to stderr.
+ ASSERT_EQ(0, setvbuf(stderr, NULL, _IONBF, 0));
+#endif
old_stderr_ = dup(STDERR_FILENO);
ASSERT_NE(-1, old_stderr_);
ASSERT_NE(-1, dup2(fd(), STDERR_FILENO));
@@ -57,21 +66,58 @@ class CapturedStderr {
void reset() {
ASSERT_NE(-1, dup2(old_stderr_, STDERR_FILENO));
ASSERT_EQ(0, close(old_stderr_));
+ // Note: cannot restore prior setvbuf() setting.
}
TemporaryFile temp_file_;
int old_stderr_;
};
+#if defined(_WIN32)
+static void ExitSignalAbortHandler(int) {
+ _exit(3);
+}
+#endif
+
+static void SuppressAbortUI() {
+#if defined(_WIN32)
+ // We really just want to call _set_abort_behavior(0, _CALL_REPORTFAULT) to
+ // suppress the Windows Error Reporting dialog box, but that API is not
+ // available in the OS-supplied C Runtime, msvcrt.dll, that we currently
+ // use (it is available in the Visual Studio C runtime).
+ //
+ // Instead, we setup a SIGABRT handler, which is called in abort() right
+ // before calling Windows Error Reporting. In the handler, we exit the
+ // process just like abort() does.
+ ASSERT_NE(SIG_ERR, signal(SIGABRT, ExitSignalAbortHandler));
+#endif
+}
+
TEST(logging, CHECK) {
- ASSERT_DEATH(CHECK(false), "Check failed: false ");
+ ASSERT_DEATH({SuppressAbortUI(); CHECK(false);}, "Check failed: false ");
CHECK(true);
- ASSERT_DEATH(CHECK_EQ(0, 1), "Check failed: 0 == 1 ");
+ ASSERT_DEATH({SuppressAbortUI(); CHECK_EQ(0, 1);}, "Check failed: 0 == 1 ");
CHECK_EQ(0, 0);
- ASSERT_DEATH(CHECK_STREQ("foo", "bar"), R"(Check failed: "foo" == "bar")");
+ ASSERT_DEATH({SuppressAbortUI(); CHECK_STREQ("foo", "bar");},
+ R"(Check failed: "foo" == "bar")");
CHECK_STREQ("foo", "foo");
+
+ // Test whether CHECK() and CHECK_STREQ() have a dangling if with no else.
+ bool flag = false;
+ if (true)
+ CHECK(true);
+ else
+ flag = true;
+ EXPECT_FALSE(flag) << "CHECK macro probably has a dangling if with no else";
+
+ flag = false;
+ if (true)
+ CHECK_STREQ("foo", "foo");
+ else
+ flag = true;
+ EXPECT_FALSE(flag) << "CHECK_STREQ probably has a dangling if with no else";
}
std::string make_log_pattern(android::base::LogSeverity severity,
@@ -85,7 +131,7 @@ std::string make_log_pattern(android::base::LogSeverity severity,
}
TEST(logging, LOG) {
- ASSERT_DEATH(LOG(FATAL) << "foobar", "foobar");
+ ASSERT_DEATH({SuppressAbortUI(); LOG(FATAL) << "foobar";}, "foobar");
// We can't usefully check the output of any of these on Windows because we
// don't have std::regex, but we can at least make sure we printed at least as
@@ -148,6 +194,50 @@ TEST(logging, LOG) {
ASSERT_TRUE(std::regex_search(output, message_regex)) << output;
#endif
}
+
+ // Test whether LOG() saves and restores errno.
+ {
+ CapturedStderr cap;
+ errno = 12345;
+ LOG(INFO) << (errno = 67890);
+ EXPECT_EQ(12345, errno) << "errno was not restored";
+
+ ASSERT_EQ(0, lseek(cap.fd(), SEEK_SET, 0));
+
+ std::string output;
+ android::base::ReadFdToString(cap.fd(), &output);
+ EXPECT_NE(nullptr, strstr(output.c_str(), "67890")) << output;
+
+#if !defined(_WIN32)
+ std::regex message_regex(
+ make_log_pattern(android::base::INFO, "67890"));
+ ASSERT_TRUE(std::regex_search(output, message_regex)) << output;
+#endif
+ }
+
+ // Test whether LOG() has a dangling if with no else.
+ {
+ CapturedStderr cap;
+
+ // Do the test two ways: once where we hypothesize that LOG()'s if
+ // will evaluate to true (when severity is high enough) and once when we
+ // expect it to evaluate to false (when severity is not high enough).
+ bool flag = false;
+ if (true)
+ LOG(INFO) << "foobar";
+ else
+ flag = true;
+
+ EXPECT_FALSE(flag) << "LOG macro probably has a dangling if with no else";
+
+ flag = false;
+ if (true)
+ LOG(VERBOSE) << "foobar";
+ else
+ flag = true;
+
+ EXPECT_FALSE(flag) << "LOG macro probably has a dangling if with no else";
+ }
}
TEST(logging, PLOG) {