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// Copyright 2020 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.
package regtest
import (
// Env holds an initialized fake Editor, Workspace, and Server, which may be
// used for writing tests. It also provides adapter methods that call t.Fatal
// on any error, so that tests for the happy path may be written without
// checking errors.
type Env struct {
T *testing.T
Ctx context.Context
// Most tests should not need to access the scratch area, editor, server, or
// connection, but they are available if needed.
Sandbox *fake.Sandbox
Editor *fake.Editor
Server servertest.Connector
// mu guards the fields below, for the purpose of checking conditions on
// every change to diagnostics.
mu sync.Mutex
// For simplicity, each waiter gets a unique ID.
nextWaiterID int
state State
waiters map[int]*condition
// State encapsulates the server state TODO: explain more
type State struct {
// diagnostics are a map of relative path->diagnostics params
diagnostics map[string]*protocol.PublishDiagnosticsParams
logs []*protocol.LogMessageParams
showMessage []*protocol.ShowMessageParams
showMessageRequest []*protocol.ShowMessageRequestParams
registrations []*protocol.RegistrationParams
unregistrations []*protocol.UnregistrationParams
// outstandingWork is a map of token->work summary. All tokens are assumed to
// be string, though the spec allows for numeric tokens as well. When work
// completes, it is deleted from this map.
outstandingWork map[protocol.ProgressToken]*workProgress
completedWork map[string]uint64
type workProgress struct {
title, msg string
percent float64
func (s State) String() string {
var b strings.Builder
b.WriteString("#### log messages (see RPC logs for full text):\n")
for _, msg := range s.logs {
summary := fmt.Sprintf("%v: %q", msg.Type, msg.Message)
if len(summary) > 60 {
summary = summary[:57] + "..."
// Some logs are quite long, and since they should be reproduced in the RPC
// logs on any failure we include here just a short summary.
fmt.Fprint(&b, "\t"+summary+"\n")
b.WriteString("#### diagnostics:\n")
for name, params := range s.diagnostics {
fmt.Fprintf(&b, "\t%s (version %d):\n", name, int(params.Version))
for _, d := range params.Diagnostics {
fmt.Fprintf(&b, "\t\t(%d, %d): %s\n", int(d.Range.Start.Line), int(d.Range.Start.Character), d.Message)
b.WriteString("#### outstanding work:\n")
for token, state := range s.outstandingWork {
name := state.title
if name == "" {
name = fmt.Sprintf("!NO NAME(token: %s)", token)
fmt.Fprintf(&b, "\t%s: %.2f\n", name, state.percent)
b.WriteString("#### completed work:\n")
for name, count := range s.completedWork {
fmt.Fprintf(&b, "\t%s: %d\n", name, count)
return b.String()
// A condition is satisfied when all expectations are simultaneously
// met. At that point, the 'met' channel is closed. On any failure, err is set
// and the failed channel is closed.
type condition struct {
expectations []Expectation
verdict chan Verdict
// NewEnv creates a new test environment using the given scratch environment
// and gopls server.
func NewEnv(ctx context.Context, t *testing.T, sandbox *fake.Sandbox, ts servertest.Connector, editorConfig fake.EditorConfig, withHooks bool) *Env {
conn := ts.Connect(ctx)
env := &Env{
T: t,
Ctx: ctx,
Sandbox: sandbox,
Server: ts,
state: State{
diagnostics: make(map[string]*protocol.PublishDiagnosticsParams),
outstandingWork: make(map[protocol.ProgressToken]*workProgress),
completedWork: make(map[string]uint64),
waiters: make(map[int]*condition),
var hooks fake.ClientHooks
if withHooks {
hooks = fake.ClientHooks{
OnDiagnostics: env.onDiagnostics,
OnLogMessage: env.onLogMessage,
OnWorkDoneProgressCreate: env.onWorkDoneProgressCreate,
OnProgress: env.onProgress,
OnShowMessage: env.onShowMessage,
OnShowMessageRequest: env.onShowMessageRequest,
OnRegistration: env.onRegistration,
OnUnregistration: env.onUnregistration,
editor, err := fake.NewEditor(sandbox, editorConfig).Connect(ctx, conn, hooks)
if err != nil {
env.Editor = editor
return env
func (e *Env) onDiagnostics(_ context.Context, d *protocol.PublishDiagnosticsParams) error {
pth := e.Sandbox.Workdir.URIToPath(d.URI)
e.state.diagnostics[pth] = d
return nil
func (e *Env) onShowMessage(_ context.Context, m *protocol.ShowMessageParams) error {
e.state.showMessage = append(e.state.showMessage, m)
return nil
func (e *Env) onShowMessageRequest(_ context.Context, m *protocol.ShowMessageRequestParams) error {
e.state.showMessageRequest = append(e.state.showMessageRequest, m)
return nil
func (e *Env) onLogMessage(_ context.Context, m *protocol.LogMessageParams) error {
e.state.logs = append(e.state.logs, m)
return nil
func (e *Env) onWorkDoneProgressCreate(_ context.Context, m *protocol.WorkDoneProgressCreateParams) error {
e.state.outstandingWork[m.Token] = &workProgress{}
return nil
func (e *Env) onProgress(_ context.Context, m *protocol.ProgressParams) error {
work, ok := e.state.outstandingWork[m.Token]
if !ok {
panic(fmt.Sprintf("got progress report for unknown report %v: %v", m.Token, m))
v := m.Value.(map[string]interface{})
switch kind := v["kind"]; kind {
case "begin":
work.title = v["title"].(string)
if msg, ok := v["message"]; ok {
work.msg = msg.(string)
case "report":
if pct, ok := v["percentage"]; ok {
work.percent = pct.(float64)
if msg, ok := v["message"]; ok {
work.msg = msg.(string)
case "end":
title := e.state.outstandingWork[m.Token].title
e.state.completedWork[title] = e.state.completedWork[title] + 1
delete(e.state.outstandingWork, m.Token)
return nil
func (e *Env) onRegistration(_ context.Context, m *protocol.RegistrationParams) error {
e.state.registrations = append(e.state.registrations, m)
return nil
func (e *Env) onUnregistration(_ context.Context, m *protocol.UnregistrationParams) error {
e.state.unregistrations = append(e.state.unregistrations, m)
return nil
func (e *Env) checkConditionsLocked() {
for id, condition := range e.waiters {
if v, _ := checkExpectations(e.state, condition.expectations); v != Unmet {
delete(e.waiters, id)
condition.verdict <- v
// checkExpectations reports whether s meets all expectations.
func checkExpectations(s State, expectations []Expectation) (Verdict, string) {
finalVerdict := Met
var summary strings.Builder
for _, e := range expectations {
v := e.Check(s)
if v > finalVerdict {
finalVerdict = v
summary.WriteString(fmt.Sprintf("\t%v: %s\n", v, e.Description()))
return finalVerdict, summary.String()
// DiagnosticsFor returns the current diagnostics for the file. It is useful
// after waiting on AnyDiagnosticAtCurrentVersion, when the desired diagnostic
// is not simply described by DiagnosticAt.
func (e *Env) DiagnosticsFor(name string) *protocol.PublishDiagnosticsParams {
return e.state.diagnostics[name]
// Await waits for all expectations to simultaneously be met. It should only be
// called from the main test goroutine.
func (e *Env) Await(expectations ...Expectation) {
// Before adding the waiter, we check if the condition is currently met or
// failed to avoid a race where the condition was realized before Await was
// called.
switch verdict, summary := checkExpectations(e.state, expectations); verdict {
case Met:
case Unmeetable:
e.T.Fatalf("unmeetable expectations:\n%s\nstate:\n%v", summary, e.state)
cond := &condition{
expectations: expectations,
verdict: make(chan Verdict),
e.waiters[e.nextWaiterID] = cond
var err error
select {
case <-e.Ctx.Done():
err = e.Ctx.Err()
case v := <-cond.verdict:
if v != Met {
err = fmt.Errorf("condition has final verdict %v", v)
_, summary := checkExpectations(e.state, expectations)
// Debugging an unmet expectation can be tricky, so we put some effort into
// nicely formatting the failure.
if err != nil {
e.T.Fatalf("waiting on:\n%s\nerr:%v\n\nstate:\n%v", summary, err, e.state)