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* Client tests: Upgrade tests to wl_seat v5Johan Klokkhammer Helsing2019-08-261-17/+22
| | | | | | | | | This means that pointer events need to be followed by frame events. wl_seat version 4 is tested by the "tst_seatv4" autotest. Change-Id: Ifa8e6d6edc998853be7cd901003e619029fc6f68 Reviewed-by: Paul Olav Tvete <paul.tvete@qt.io>
* Test the exact window sizePier Luigi Fiorini2019-08-151-2/+6
| | | | | | | | | | Make sure we test exactly the size we expect. We used frameGeometry() to take client-side decoration margins into account, but actually frameMargins() returns exactly that, this means we can compute the actual size that we want to test. Change-Id: I2f41ffdb2aa2e3a4253a1ff7038c4bc2e43cdf98 Reviewed-by: Johan Helsing <johan.helsing@qt.io>
* Merge remote-tracking branch 'origin/5.13' into devJohan Klokkhammer Helsing2019-05-071-2/+9
|\ | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Conflicts: src/client/qwaylanddisplay_p.h src/client/qwaylandwindow.cpp Change-Id: I50eb5c83a8b81e4bdb032b68d41f429b17d0a74d
| * Client tests: Fix tst_xdgShell::pongs when run as the only testJohan Klokkhammer Helsing2019-04-111-1/+8
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | The shell integration is initialized lazily, so it's not possible to send ping events to the client before the first window has been initialized. This adds a simple window to the pong test. Change-Id: I13b4a9cb802b7abe18bfc23cf8c75eb873ded3ca Reviewed-by: Paul Olav Tvete <paul.tvete@qt.io>
| * tst_xdgshell::showMinimized: Really make sure the window was createdJohan Klokkhammer Helsing2019-04-111-1/+1
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | The surface(), may be a leftover cursor surface from earlier tests. Check for an xdgSurface instead, as those are verified to be cleaned up between tests. Change-Id: I6a2b402130814e896d335787fcb90fd8d57cafb7 Reviewed-by: Paul Olav Tvete <paul.tvete@qt.io>
* | Client: Add test for surfaces created by application codeJohan Klokkhammer Helsing2019-05-011-0/+30
|/ | | | | | | | This used to crash the client. Task-number: QTBUG-73801 Change-Id: I04d1c6fcc45b6d90f2ac28844e753da2cdf3ab08 Reviewed-by: Paul Olav Tvete <paul.tvete@qt.io>
* Client xdg-shell: Add test for switching popupsJohan Klokkhammer Helsing2019-03-051-0/+89
| | | | | | Task-number: QTBUG-73524 Change-Id: Ie9a13aeae52a7576699147e5515e2ed32a3a4d1c Reviewed-by: Giulio Camuffo <giulio.camuffo@kdab.com>
* Client xdg-shell: Add test for tooltips on popupsv5.13.0-alpha1Johan Klokkhammer Helsing2019-02-061-0/+80
| | | | | | | | This used to cause protocol errors. Task-number: QTBUG-71734 Change-Id: Ic937210fc42c93f1d411fb0fb4f269de01f07b5b Reviewed-by: Paul Olav Tvete <paul.tvete@qt.io>
* Client: Test for xdg surface window geometryPier Luigi Fiorini2019-01-151-0/+16
| | | | | Change-Id: I2f336a81682317b1f7dc939d911906b4db60a386 Reviewed-by: Johan Helsing <johan.helsing@qt.io>
* Client: Test for xdg toplevel min and max sizeJohan Klokkhammer Helsing2019-01-151-0/+22
| | | | | Change-Id: I60605f494eebfde9a7737911eefe69a93041ced5 Reviewed-by: Pier Luigi Fiorini <pierluigi.fiorini@liri.io>
* Create a new type of mock compositor for client testsJohan Klokkhammer Helsing2018-12-112-0/+274
There are a number of issues with the current client testing: - Adding new compositor functionality is cumbersome (need to add compositor send method, command, implementation, not to mention creating new wrapper objects. - Customizing available globals and their versions is not possible and would be hard to implement. I.e. how to test that functionality works with old and new versions of an interface? Handle globals being destroyed. We did this with wl_output, but it was painfully cumbersome. - Hard to verify that the compositor state is clean between tests. It is currently done in some tests, but requires boiler plate code which needs to be added and maintained for each test. - In general lots of boiler-plate for new tests. (We have to have separate tests as long as Qt has global/static state. I.e. if one shell extension has been initialized, we can't deinitialize and initialize another one, so tests have to be separate.) - Dispatching server events tied to the client event loop sometimes makes it hard to write tests without deadlocks. - Abstraction, encapsulation and automatic behavior that can't be disabled makes it hard to test low-level functionality like surface exposure. So, in an attempt to mitigate these issues, I wrote a new testing framework. - Compositor dispatch is running continuously in it's own thread, access to compositor state is guarded by a mutex on the compositor, locking this will make dispatching stop, so the test can safely access internals. Although a bit cumbersome at first this makes it much easier to directly use server protocol commands from the test itself, i.e. no need to create commands for every single thing we want to test. - The CoreCompositor::exec template method can accept a lambda that will be run with dispatching stopped. It can also return a value, conveniently letting us safely extract or modify compositor state from tests. - This framework also takes full advantage of the qtwaylandscanner, using wrapper classes for everything, reducing boiler plate considerably. - The compositor parts are designed to do as little as possible automatically, but still provide easy ways to enable common functionality, like releasing buffers automatically, configuring shell surfaces etc. - Compositor globals are pluggable, use add<GlobalClass>() and remove<GlobalClass>() to add new global interfaces. I.e. easy to create a compositor with or without data_device_manager for instance. - DefaultCompositor provides a sensible default set of functionality and convenience methods for most test-cases. Custom ones can still be made by inheriting from CoreCompositor directly instead or by removing or adding globals to DefaultCompositor. - Globals have an isClean() method. Implement it to verify that the client didn't leave any objects lying around from the previous test. CoreCompositor::isClean calls isClean on the globals so a single call is all that's needed. In short, we've traded mock compositor encapsulation and thread safety guarantees for less boiler-plate, easier and more convenient access to internals. Anything accessing compositor state should go into a exec() call, or through the wrapper macros QCOMPOSITOR_VERIFY and QCOMPOSITOR_COMPARE (or the TRY versions). I've also tried to make the compositor print warnings if compositor state is accessed in an unsafe way. The mock compositor is currently built once per test due to CI limitations (same thing as with the old tests). Change-Id: Ia3feb80ce175d3814292b7f4768a0cc719f8b0e8 Reviewed-by: Paul Olav Tvete <paul.tvete@qt.io>