Adding direct-direct pair detection; adding missing app lists.
[smartthings-infrastructure.git] / ModelCheck.py
index 661018e..1a0c940 100644 (file)
@@ -17,10 +17,31 @@ def checkResult(logDirName):
                elif "java.lang.RuntimeException: Conflict between apps App1 and App2:" in line:
                        result = "conflict"
                        break
+               elif "Direct-Direct Interaction detected:" in line:
+                       result = "direct-direct"
+                       break
        
        return result
 
-
+# Extract the error from specific error logs
+def extractError():
+       err = ""
+       if os.path.exists("appCreationError.log"):
+               extractError = open("appCreationError.log", "r")
+               for line in extractError:
+                       err = err + line
+               extractError.close()
+               os.system("rm appCreationError.log")
+       return err
+
+# Write error log to the log directory
+# In this case we skip running JPF
+# e.g., in the case of having a direct-direct interaction pair
+def writeErrorLog(jpfLogDir, logName, error):
+       writeError = open(jpfLogDir + logName, "w+")
+       writeError.write(error)
+       writeError.close()
+       
 # Input parameters:
 # - JPF directory
 # - JPF logs directory
@@ -92,12 +113,18 @@ for item in appPairs:
        # Run Runner.py to extract things and create main.groovy, then compile it
        print "==> Compiling the apps ...\n"
        os.system("make Runner")
-       os.system("make main")
-       
-       # Call JPF
-       print "==> Calling JPF and generate logs ...\n"
+       error = extractError()
        logName = item[0] + "--" + item[1] + ".log"
-       os.system("cd " + jpfDir + ";./run.sh " + jpfLogDir + logName + " main.jpf")
+       if error == "":
+               # Compile
+               os.system("make main")
+               # Call JPF
+               print "==> Calling JPF and generate logs ...\n"
+               os.system("cd " + jpfDir + ";./run.sh " + jpfLogDir + logName + " main.jpf")
+       else:
+               # This is for specific error, e.g., direct-direct interaction that we need to skip
+               writeErrorLog(jpfLogDir, logName, error)
+               
        result = checkResult(jpfLogDir + logName)
        writeLogList.write(logName + "\t\t" + result + "\n")
 
@@ -117,8 +144,3 @@ writeLogList.close()
 
 
 
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