abstract-deque-tests-0.3: A test-suite for any queue or double-ended queue satisfying an interface

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This module contains a battery of simple tests for queues implementing the interface defined in ` Data.Concurrent.Deque.Class`.


Tests for simple FIFOs.

test_fifo_filldrain :: DequeClass d => d Elt -> IO ()Source

This test serially fills up a queue and then drains it.

test_fifo_OneBottleneck :: DequeClass d => Bool -> Int -> d Elt -> IO ()Source

This test splits the numAgents threads into producers and consumers which all communicate through a SINGLE queue. Each thread performs its designated operation as fast as possible. The Int argument total designates how many total items should be communicated (irrespective of numAgents).

tests_fifo :: DequeClass d => (forall elt. IO (d elt)) -> TestSource

This creates an HUnit test list to perform all the tests that apply to a single-ended (threadsafe) queue. It requires thread safety at both ends.

Tests for Work-stealing queues.

test_ws_triv1 :: PopL d => d [Char] -> IO ()Source

Trivial test: push then pop.

test_ws_triv2 :: PopL d => d [Char] -> IO ()Source

Trivial test: push left, pop left and right.

tests_wsqueue :: PopL d => (forall elt. IO (d elt)) -> TestSource

Aggregate tests for work stealing queues. None of these require thread-safety on the left end. There is some duplication with tests_fifo.

All deque tests, aggregated.

tests_all :: PopL d => (forall elt. IO (d elt)) -> TestSource

This requires double ended queues that are threadsafe on BOTH ends.

Testing parameters

getNumAgents :: IO IntSource

How many communicating agents are there? By default one per thread used by the RTS.

producerRatio :: DoubleSource

It is possible to have imbalanced concurrency where there is more contention on the producing or consuming side (which corresponds to settings of this parameter less than or greater than 1).

Utility for tweaking test suites

setTestThreads :: Int -> Test -> TestSource

Dig through the test constructors to find the leaf IO actions and bracket them with a thread-setting action.

appendLabels :: String -> [Test] -> TestSource

This version has the option of being smarter about how it handles uniformly labeling many tests.

appendLabel :: String -> Test -> TestSource

Dig through the test constructors and add a new string to the first label found. If no such label exists, add one.

Test initialization, reading common configs

Misc helpers

forkJoin :: Int -> (Int -> IO b) -> IO [b]Source

timeit :: IO a -> IO aSource