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Commit a3f6e910 authored by John Zhang's avatar John Zhang
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set argument types and result type of c function pointer

parent 8fe2188a
from test_milestones import get_fncptr
import subprocess as subp
import ctypes
def test_ccall():
fn = get_fncptr("test_ccall", "test_ccall")
fn = get_fncptr("test_ccall", "test_ccall", [ctypes.c_ulonglong])
assert fn(0x7e707560c92d5400) == 0x7e707560c92d5400
......@@ -45,21 +45,24 @@ def compile_lib(testname):
return str(bin_dir.join('emit', testname + '.dylib'))
def get_fncptr(testname, entry_fnc):
def get_fncptr(testname, entry_fnc, argtypes=[], restype=ctypes.c_ulonglong):
lib_path = compile_lib(testname)
lib = ctypes.CDLL(lib_path)
return getattr(lib, entry_fnc)
fncptr = getattr(lib, entry_fnc)
fncptr.restype = restype
fncptr.argtypes = argtypes
return fncptr
def test_constant_function():
fn = get_fncptr("test_constfunc", 'test_fnc')
assert fn() == 0
def test_milsum():
fn = get_fncptr("test_milsum", "milsum")
fn = get_fncptr("test_milsum", "milsum", [ctypes.c_ulonglong])
assert fn(1000000) == 500000500000
def test_fibonacci():
fn = get_fncptr("test_fib", "fib")
fn = get_fncptr("test_fib", "fib", [ctypes.c_ulonglong])
assert fn(20) == 6765
def test_multifunc():
......
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