Commit b9e9cfcf authored by Paul Sokolovsky's avatar Paul Sokolovsky
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tests: vfs_fat_fileio.py is too big to be parsed in 16K heap, split in 2.

This restores ability to run testsuite with 16K heap.
parent 9a973977
import sys
import uerrno
try:
import uos_vfs as uos
open = uos.vfs_open
except ImportError:
import uos
try:
uos.VfsFat
except AttributeError:
print("SKIP")
sys.exit()
class RAMFS:
SEC_SIZE = 512
def __init__(self, blocks):
self.data = bytearray(blocks * self.SEC_SIZE)
def readblocks(self, n, buf):
#print("readblocks(%s, %x(%d))" % (n, id(buf), len(buf)))
for i in range(len(buf)):
buf[i] = self.data[n * self.SEC_SIZE + i]
def writeblocks(self, n, buf):
#print("writeblocks(%s, %x)" % (n, id(buf)))
for i in range(len(buf)):
self.data[n * self.SEC_SIZE + i] = buf[i]
def ioctl(self, op, arg):
#print("ioctl(%d, %r)" % (op, arg))
if op == 4: # BP_IOCTL_SEC_COUNT
return len(self.data) // self.SEC_SIZE
if op == 5: # BP_IOCTL_SEC_SIZE
return self.SEC_SIZE
try:
bdev = RAMFS(50)
except MemoryError:
print("SKIP")
sys.exit()
uos.VfsFat.mkfs(bdev)
vfs = uos.VfsFat(bdev)
uos.mount(vfs, '/ramdisk')
uos.chdir('/ramdisk')
# file IO
f = open("foo_file.txt", "w")
print(str(f)[:17], str(f)[-1:])
f.write("hello!")
f.flush()
f.close()
f.close() # allowed
try:
f.write("world!")
except OSError as e:
print(e.args[0] == uerrno.EINVAL)
try:
f.read()
except OSError as e:
print(e.args[0] == uerrno.EINVAL)
try:
f.flush()
except OSError as e:
print(e.args[0] == uerrno.EINVAL)
try:
open("foo_file.txt", "x")
except OSError as e:
print(e.args[0] == uerrno.EEXIST)
with open("foo_file.txt", "a") as f:
f.write("world!")
with open("foo_file.txt") as f2:
print(f2.read())
print(f2.tell())
f2.seek(0, 0) # SEEK_SET
print(f2.read(1))
f2.seek(0, 1) # SEEK_CUR
print(f2.read(1))
try:
f2.seek(1, 1) # SEEK_END
except OSError as e:
print(e.args[0] == uerrno.EOPNOTSUPP)
f2.seek(-2, 2) # SEEK_END
print(f2.read(1))
# using constructor of FileIO type to open a file
# no longer working with new VFS sub-system
#FileIO = type(f)
#with FileIO("/ramdisk/foo_file.txt") as f:
# print(f.read())
# dirs
vfs.mkdir("foo_dir")
try:
vfs.rmdir("foo_file.txt")
except OSError as e:
print(e.args[0] == 20) # uerrno.ENOTDIR
vfs.remove("foo_file.txt")
print(vfs.listdir())
<io.TextIOWrapper >
True
True
True
True
hello!world!
12
h
e
True
d
True
['foo_dir']
......@@ -48,67 +48,6 @@ vfs = uos.VfsFat(bdev)
uos.mount(vfs, '/ramdisk')
uos.chdir('/ramdisk')
# file IO
f = open("foo_file.txt", "w")
print(str(f)[:17], str(f)[-1:])
f.write("hello!")
f.flush()
f.close()
f.close() # allowed
try:
f.write("world!")
except OSError as e:
print(e.args[0] == uerrno.EINVAL)
try:
f.read()
except OSError as e:
print(e.args[0] == uerrno.EINVAL)
try:
f.flush()
except OSError as e:
print(e.args[0] == uerrno.EINVAL)
try:
open("foo_file.txt", "x")
except OSError as e:
print(e.args[0] == uerrno.EEXIST)
with open("foo_file.txt", "a") as f:
f.write("world!")
with open("foo_file.txt") as f2:
print(f2.read())
print(f2.tell())
f2.seek(0, 0) # SEEK_SET
print(f2.read(1))
f2.seek(0, 1) # SEEK_CUR
print(f2.read(1))
try:
f2.seek(1, 1) # SEEK_END
except OSError as e:
print(e.args[0] == uerrno.EOPNOTSUPP)
f2.seek(-2, 2) # SEEK_END
print(f2.read(1))
# using constructor of FileIO type to open a file
# no longer working with new VFS sub-system
#FileIO = type(f)
#with FileIO("/ramdisk/foo_file.txt") as f:
# print(f.read())
# dirs
vfs.mkdir("foo_dir")
try:
vfs.rmdir("foo_file.txt")
except OSError as e:
print(e.args[0] == 20) # uerrno.ENOTDIR
try:
vfs.mkdir("foo_dir")
except OSError as e:
......@@ -162,7 +101,6 @@ with open("moved-to-root.txt") as f:
# valid removes
vfs.remove("foo_dir/sub_file.txt")
vfs.remove("foo_file.txt")
vfs.rmdir("foo_dir")
print(vfs.listdir())
......
<io.TextIOWrapper >
True
True
True
True
hello!world!
12
h
e
True
d
True
True
True
True
True
b'data in file'
True
['sub_file.txt', 'file.txt']
['foo_file.txt', 'foo_dir', 'moved-to-root.txt']
['foo_file.txt', 'foo_dir', 'moved-to-root.txt']
['foo_dir', 'moved-to-root.txt']
['foo_dir', 'moved-to-root.txt']
new text
['moved-to-root.txt']
ENOSPC: True
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