Move Guava concurrent emulation to JRE.

GWT traditionally avoided concurrency related constructs in JRE
since there is no multithreaded programming in JavaScript. However a
lot of cross-platform app used these APIs to abstract asynchronicity in
JavaScript and share code in different platforms. Since Guava supported
those customers, most of emulation traditionally ended up there.
However now this prevents us to adding new ones to GWT proper and causes
confusion for users.

This patch moves most of such emulation to GWT proper with minor cleanups.

Note that, this patch is carefully prepared to not introduce any blocking
APIs since they cannot be properly emulated and we should rather force
compilation errors on their usage instead of causing runtime errors.
Being said there is need for some exceptions, in this case Future API,
where I documented the rationale behind not removing blocking API.

We need to pay attention to future patches to ensure they follow the
same principles.

Change-Id: I107926d7f3795db9f2fad5f0b24922de4874bf33
Review-Link: https://gwt-review.googlesource.com/#/c/19560/
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tree: 70cbc6d7cd2954b44d501effb171e27d7bd91d93
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  2. .gitignore
  3. CONTRIBUTING.md
  4. README.md
  5. WORKSPACE
  6. build.xml
  7. build_tools/
  8. common.ant.xml
  9. dev-ext/
  10. dev/
  11. distro-source/
  12. doc/
  13. eclipse/
  14. elemental/
  15. maven/
  16. platforms.ant.xml
  17. requestfactory/
  18. samples/
  19. servlet/
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  21. user/
README.md

## GWT

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GWT is the official open source project for GWT releases 2.5 and onwards.

In this document you have some quick instructions to build the SDK from source code and to run its tests.

For a more detailed documentation visit our web site. If you are interested in contributing with the project, please read the Making GWT better section.

Building the GWT SDK:

  • In order to build GWT, java and ant are required in your system.

  • Optional: if you want to compile elemental you need python and g++ installed.

  • You need the GWT tools repository checked out and up-to-date. By default it is expected to be found at ../tools. You can override the default location using the GWT_TOOLS environment variable or passing -Dgwt.tools= argument to ant.

  • To create the SDK distribution files run:

    $ ant clean elemental dist-dev

    or if you don't have python and g++ just run

    $ ant clean dist-dev

    Then you will get all .jar files in the folder build/lib and the redistributable file will be: build/dist/gwt-0.0.0.zip

    if you want to specify a different version number run:

    $ ant clean elemental dist-dev -Dgwt.version=x.x.x

  • To compile everything including examples you have to run

    $ ant clean elemental dist

How to verify GWT code conventions:

  • In GWT we have some conventions so as all code written by contributors look similar being easier to review.

  • After you make any modification, run this command to compile everything including tests, to check APIs, and to verify code style. It shouldn't take longer than 3-4 minutes.

    `$ ant compile.tests apicheck checkstyle

How to run GWT tests

  • Previously to run any test you have to set some environment variables to guarantee that they are run in the same conditions for all developers.

    In a Unix like platform you can use the export command:

    $ export TZ=America/Los_Angeles ANT_OPTS=-Dfile.encoding=UTF-8

    But in Windows™ you have to set the time-zone in your control panel, and the environment variables using the command set.

  • Finally you can run all test suites with the following command, but be prepared because it could take hours, and probably it would fail because of timeouts, etc.

    $ ant test

  • Thus, you might want to run only certain tests so as you can focus on checking the modifications you are working on.

    GWT build scripts use specific ant tasks and a bunch of system properties listed in the following table to specify which tests to run and how.

    For instance to run the task test in the module user you have to change to the user folder and run ant with the task as argument, adding any other property with the -D flag:

    $ ( cd user && ant test -Dtest.emma.htmlunit.disable=true ; cd .. )

    ModuleTaskProperty to skipDescription
    devtesttest.dev.disableGWT compiler & dev libraries
    codeservertesttest.codeserver.disableSuperDevMode server
    usertesttest.user.disableGWT user API and JRE emulation
    usertest.nongwttest.nongwt.disableRun tests that not require GWTTestCase
    usertest.dev.htmlunittest.dev.htmlunit.disableRun dev-mode tests with HtmlUnit
    usertest.web.htmlunittest.web.htmlunit.disableRun web-mode tests with HtmlUnit
    usertest.draft.htmlunittest.draft.htmlunit.disableRun draft compiled HtmlUnit tests
    usertest.nometa.htmlunittest.nometa.htmlunit.disableRun -XdisableClassMetadata tests with HtmlUnit
    usertest.emma.htmlunittest.emma.htmlunit.disableRun emma tests with HtmlUnit
    usertest.coverage.htmlunittest.coverage.htmlunit.disableRun tests for coverage support
    usertest.dev.seleniumtest.dev.selenium.disableRun dev-mode tests using Selenium RC servers
    usertest.web.seleniumtest.web.selenium.disableRun web tests using Selenium RC servers
    usertest.draft.seleniumtest.draft.selenium.disableRun draft compiled tests using Selenium RC servers
    usertest.nometa.seleniumtest.nometa.selenium.disableRun -XdisableClassMetadata tests using Selenium RC servers
    usertest.emma.seleniumtest.emma.selenium.disableRun emma tests with Selenium RC servers
    requestfactorytesttest.requestfactory.disableRequest Factory library
    elementaltesttest.elemental.disableElemental library
    elementaltest.nongwttest.nongwt.disableRun elemental tests that not require GWTTestCase
    elementaltest.dev.htmlunittest.dev.htmlunit.disableRun elemental dev-mode tests with HtmlUnit
    elementaltest.web.htmlunittest.web.htmlunit.disableRun elemental web-mode tests with HtmlUnit
    toolstesttest.tools.disableSome tools used in GWT development

    Additionally you can utilize some variables to filter which test to run in each task:

    ModuleTaskPropertiesDefault
    dev/coretestgwt.junit.testcase.dev.core.includes**/com/google/**/*Test.class
    gwt.junit.testcase.dev.core.excludes
    usertestgwt.junit.testcase.includes**/*Suite.class
    usertest.nongwtgwt.nongwt.testcase.includes**/*JreSuite.class
    gwt.nongwt.testcase.excludes
    usertest.web.* test.draft.* test.nometa.*gwt.junit.testcase.web.includes**/*Suite.class
    gwt.junit.testcase.web.excludes**/*JsInteropSuite.class,**/*JreSuite.class,***/OptimizedOnly*
    usertest.dev.* test.emma.*gwt.junit.testcase.dev.includes**/*Suite.class
    gwt.junit.testcase.dev.excludes**/*JsInteropSuite.class,**/*JreSuite.class,***/OptimizedOnly*

Examples

  • Run all tests in dev

    $ ( cd dev && ant test ; cd .. )

    Note: that the last `cd ..' is only needed in Windows.

  • There is another option to do the same but without changing to the module folder. We have to specify the module as the ant task, and the task as a target argument.

    $ ant dev -Dtarget=test

  • Run all tests in codeserver

    $ ( cd dev/codeserver && ant test )

    or

    $ ant codeserver -Dtarget=test -Dtest.dev.disable=true

    Note: that we disable dev tests because code server depends on dev and we don`t want to run its tests.

  • Run all tests in elemental:

    $ ( cd elemental && ant test.nongwt )

    or

    $ ant elemental -Dtarget=test -Dtest.dev.disable=true -Dtest.user.disable=true

    Note: that we have to disable dev and user tests because elemental depends on both.

  • Run all tests in tools

    $ ant tools -Dtarget=test -Dtest.dev.disable=true -Dtest.user.disable=true

  • Run only the JsniRefTest in dev

    $ ant dev -Dtarget=test \
        -Dgwt.junit.testcase.dev.core.includes="**/JsniRefTest.class"
    
  • Run a couple of tests in dev

    $ ant dev -Dtarget=test \
        -Dgwt.junit.testcase.dev.core.includes="**/JsniRefTest.class,**/JsParserTest.class"
    

    Note: that you have to use regular expressions separated by comma to select the test classes to execute.

  • Run all Jre tests in user, they should take not longer than 3min. We have two ways to run them. Although the second case is more complex it is here to know how disable properties work.

    $ ( cd user && ant test.nongwt )

    or

    $ ant user -Dtarget=test
           -Dtest.dev.disable=true \
           -Dtest.codeserver.disable=true \
           -Dtest.requestfactory.disable=true \
           -Dtest.elemental.disable=true \
           -Dtest.tools.disable=true \
           -Dtest.dev.htmlunit.disable=true \
           -Dtest.web.htmlunit.disable=true \
           -Dtest.coverage.htmlunit.disable=true \
           -Dtest.dev.selenium.disable=true \
           -Dtest.draft.htmlunit.disable=true \
           -Dtest.draft.selenium.disable=true \
           -Dtest.emma.htmlunit.disable=true \
           -Dtest.emma.selenium.disable=true \
           -Dtest.nometa.htmlunit.disable=true \
           -Dtest.nometa.selenium.disable=true \
           -Dtest.web.selenium.disable=true
    

    Note: that we have to set all disable variables but test.nongwt.disable

  • Run certain Jre tests in the user module.

    $ ( cd user && ant test.nongwt -Dgwt.nongwt.testcase.includes="**/I18NJreSuite.class" )

  • Run all GWT tests in user using htmlunit in dev mode.

    $ ( cd user && ant test.dev.htmlunit )