Commit 9d823247 authored by Hans-Christoph Steiner's avatar Hans-Christoph Steiner
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tests: dismiss dialogs in the emulator with back button before run

The ARM emulator can show ANRs for 'system' on boot, so that dialog needs
to be dismissed before the Espresso tests can happen.

https://android.googlesource.com/platform/frameworks/testing/+/master/uiautomator_test_libraries/src/com/android/uiautomator/common/UiWatchers.java
parent 990d05dc
......@@ -9,6 +9,9 @@ import android.support.test.filters.LargeTest;
import android.support.test.rule.ActivityTestRule;
import android.support.test.runner.AndroidJUnit4;
import android.support.test.uiautomator.UiDevice;
import android.support.test.uiautomator.UiObject;
import android.support.test.uiautomator.UiObjectNotFoundException;
import android.support.test.uiautomator.UiSelector;
import android.util.Log;
import android.view.View;
import org.fdroid.fdroid.views.BannerUpdatingRepos;
......@@ -71,6 +74,15 @@ public class MainActivityEspressoTest {
e.printStackTrace();
}
SystemAnimations.disableAll(InstrumentationRegistry.getTargetContext());
// dismiss the ANR or any other system dialogs that might be there
UiObject button = new UiObject(new UiSelector().text("Wait").enabled(true));
try {
button.click();
} catch (UiObjectNotFoundException e) {
Log.d(TAG, e.getLocalizedMessage());
}
new UiWatchers().registerAnrAndCrashWatchers();
}
@AfterClass
......
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package org.fdroid.fdroid;
import android.support.test.uiautomator.UiDevice;
import android.support.test.uiautomator.UiObject;
import android.support.test.uiautomator.UiObjectNotFoundException;
import android.support.test.uiautomator.UiSelector;
import android.support.test.uiautomator.UiWatcher;
import android.util.Log;
import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.Collections;
import java.util.List;
@SuppressWarnings("MemberName")
public class UiWatchers {
private static final String LOG_TAG = UiWatchers.class.getSimpleName();
private final List<String> mErrors = new ArrayList<String>();
/**
* We can use the UiDevice registerWatcher to register a small script to be executed when the
* framework is waiting for a control to appear. Waiting may be the cause of an unexpected
* dialog on the screen and it is the time when the framework runs the registered watchers.
* This is a sample watcher looking for ANR and crashes. it closes it and moves on. You should
* create your own watchers and handle error logging properly for your type of tests.
*/
public void registerAnrAndCrashWatchers() {
UiDevice.getInstance().registerWatcher("ANR", new UiWatcher() {
@Override
public boolean checkForCondition() {
UiObject window = new UiObject(new UiSelector().className(
"com.android.server.am.AppNotRespondingDialog"));
String errorText = null;
if (window.exists()) {
try {
errorText = window.getText();
} catch (UiObjectNotFoundException e) {
Log.e(LOG_TAG, "dialog gone?", e);
}
onAnrDetected(errorText);
postHandler("Wait");
return true; // triggered
}
return false; // no trigger
}
});
// class names may have changed
UiDevice.getInstance().registerWatcher("ANR2", new UiWatcher() {
@Override
public boolean checkForCondition() {
UiObject window = new UiObject(new UiSelector().packageName("android")
.textContains("isn't responding."));
if (window.exists()) {
String errorText = null;
try {
errorText = window.getText();
} catch (UiObjectNotFoundException e) {
Log.e(LOG_TAG, "dialog gone?", e);
}
onAnrDetected(errorText);
postHandler("Wait");
return true; // triggered
}
return false; // no trigger
}
});
UiDevice.getInstance().registerWatcher("CRASH", new UiWatcher() {
@Override
public boolean checkForCondition() {
UiObject window = new UiObject(new UiSelector().className(
"com.android.server.am.AppErrorDialog"));
if (window.exists()) {
String errorText = null;
try {
errorText = window.getText();
} catch (UiObjectNotFoundException e) {
Log.e(LOG_TAG, "dialog gone?", e);
}
onCrashDetected(errorText);
postHandler("OK");
return true; // triggered
}
return false; // no trigger
}
});
UiDevice.getInstance().registerWatcher("CRASH2", new UiWatcher() {
@Override
public boolean checkForCondition() {
UiObject window = new UiObject(new UiSelector().packageName("android")
.textContains("has stopped"));
if (window.exists()) {
String errorText = null;
try {
errorText = window.getText();
} catch (UiObjectNotFoundException e) {
Log.e(LOG_TAG, "dialog gone?", e);
}
onCrashDetected(errorText);
postHandler("OK");
return true; // triggered
}
return false; // no trigger
}
});
Log.i(LOG_TAG, "Registed GUI Exception watchers");
}
public void onAnrDetected(String errorText) {
mErrors.add(errorText);
}
public void onCrashDetected(String errorText) {
mErrors.add(errorText);
}
public void reset() {
mErrors.clear();
}
public List<String> getErrors() {
return Collections.unmodifiableList(mErrors);
}
/**
* Current implementation ignores the exception and continues.
*/
public void postHandler(String buttonText) {
// TODO: Add custom error logging here
String formatedOutput = String.format("UI Exception Message: %-20s\n", UiDevice
.getInstance().getCurrentPackageName());
Log.e(LOG_TAG, formatedOutput);
UiObject buttonOK = new UiObject(new UiSelector().text(buttonText).enabled(true));
// sometimes it takes a while for the OK button to become enabled
buttonOK.waitForExists(5000);
try {
buttonOK.click();
} catch (UiObjectNotFoundException e) {
e.printStackTrace();
}
}
}
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