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Test::Parser::KernelBuild - Perl module to parse output from Linux kernel builds.
use Test::Parser::KernelBuild; my $parser = new Test::Parser::KernelBuild; $parser->parse($text); printf("Num Errors: %8d\n", $parser->num_errors()); printf("Num Warnings: %8d\n", $parser->num_warnings());
Additional information is available from the subroutines listed below and from the Test::Parser baseclass.
This module provides a way to extract information out of kernel builds, suitable for use in kernel test harnesses, similar to if you did `cat build.log | grep 'errors:' | wc -l`, except that this module also checks if the system is in the 'make config' or 'make bzImage' stages and skips any false positives that might be encountered there.
Also see Test::Parser for functions available from the base class.
Creates a new Test::Parser::KernelBuild instance. Also calls the Test::Parser base class' new() routine. Takes no arguments.
Returns a list of the different targets that were built by make.
Returns the name of the kernel .config file used, if any
Returns a list of the various steps in the build process (e.g. config, make, modules_install, etc.)
Override of Test::Parser's default parse_line() routine to make it able to parse kernel build logs.
Returns the config file name, if one is indicated in the build log output. The parser expects this appears in a line of the form: "^Using default config file '(.+)'$"
The number of states the parser noticed
Returns a reference to an array of the different build states (make config, make, make modules_install, etc.) found in the build.
The number of make targets seen during the build stage.
Returns a hash reference
warnings errors states make_targets
Bryce Harrington <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright (C) 2005 Bryce Harrington. All Rights Reserved.
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'=end' without a target?