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#!/usr/bin/env bash
# Copyright 2014 The Go Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style
# license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
# For testing Android.
# The compiler runs locally, then a copy of the GOROOT is pushed to a
# target device using adb, and the tests are run there.
set -e
ulimit -c 0 # no core files
if [ ! -f make.bash ]; then
echo 'androidtest.bash must be run from $GOROOT/src' 1>&2
exit 1
if [ -z $GOOS ]; then
export GOOS=android
if [ "$GOOS" != "android" ]; then
echo "androidtest.bash requires GOOS=android, got GOOS=$GOOS" 1>&2
exit 1
export CGO_ENABLED=1
# Run the build for the host bootstrap, so we can build go_android_exec.
# Also lets us fail early before the (slow) adb push if the build is broken.
export GOROOT=$(dirname $(pwd))
export PATH=$GOROOT/bin:$PATH
-o ../bin/go_android_${GOARCH}_exec \
# Push GOROOT to target device.
# The adb sync command will sync either the /system or /data
# directories of an android device from a similar directory
# on the host. We copy the files required for running tests under
# /data/local/tmp/goroot. The adb sync command does not follow
# symlinks so we have to copy.
export ANDROID_PRODUCT_OUT=/tmp/androidtest-$$
mkdir -p $FAKE_GOROOT
cp -a "${GOROOT}/src" "${FAKE_GOROOT}/"
cp -a "${GOROOT}/test" "${FAKE_GOROOT}/"
cp -a "${GOROOT}/lib" "${FAKE_GOROOT}/"
echo '# Syncing test files to android device'
time adb sync data &> /dev/null
echo ''
# Run standard build and tests.
./all.bash --no-clean