weston_test

version 1
Weston internal testing

Internal testing facilities for the weston compositor.

It can't be stressed enough that these should never ever be used outside of running weston's tests. The weston-test.so module should never be installed.

These requests may allow clients to do very bad things.

move_surface(surface: object<wl_surface>, x: int, y: int)
Argument
Type
Description
surfaceobject<wl_surface>
xint
yint
move_pointer(tv_sec_hi: uint, tv_sec_lo: uint, tv_nsec: uint, x: int, y: int)
Argument
Type
Description
tv_sec_hiuint
tv_sec_louint
tv_nsecuint
xint
yint
send_button(tv_sec_hi: uint, tv_sec_lo: uint, tv_nsec: uint, button: int, state: uint)
Argument
Type
Description
tv_sec_hiuint
tv_sec_louint
tv_nsecuint
buttonint
stateuint
send_axis(tv_sec_hi: uint, tv_sec_lo: uint, tv_nsec: uint, axis: uint, value: fixed)
Argument
Type
Description
tv_sec_hiuint
tv_sec_louint
tv_nsecuint
axisuint
valuefixed
activate_surface(surface: object<wl_surface>)
Argument
Type
Description
surfaceobject<wl_surface>allow null
send_key(tv_sec_hi: uint, tv_sec_lo: uint, tv_nsec: uint, key: uint, state: uint)
Argument
Type
Description
tv_sec_hiuint
tv_sec_louint
tv_nsecuint
keyuint
stateuint
device_release(device: string)
Argument
Type
Description
devicestring
device_add(device: string)
Argument
Type
Description
devicestring
send_touch(tv_sec_hi: uint, tv_sec_lo: uint, tv_nsec: uint, touch_id: int, x: fixed, y: fixed, touch_type: uint)
Argument
Type
Description
tv_sec_hiuint
tv_sec_louint
tv_nsecuint
touch_idint
xfixed
yfixed
touch_typeuint
pointer_position(x: fixed, y: fixed)
Argument
Type
Description
xfixed
yfixed

Weston internal testing

This is a global singleton interface for Weston internal tests.

This interface allows a test client to trigger compositor-side test procedures. This is useful for cases, where the actual tests are in compositor plugins, but they also require the presence of a particular client.

This interface is implemented by the compositor plugins containing the testing code.

A test client starts a test with the "run" request. It must not send another "run" request until receiving the "finished" event. If the compositor-side test succeeds, the "finished" event is sent. If the compositor-side test fails, the compositor should send the protocol error "test_failed", but it may also exit with an error (e.g. SEGV).

Unknown test name will raise "unknown_test" protocol error.

destroy()
run(test_name: string)
Argument
Type
Description
test_namestring
Argument
Value
Description
test_failed0
compositor test failed
unknown_test1
unrecognized test name

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