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SubjectRe: [PATCH v2] kunit: tool: refactor internal kconfig handling, allow overriding
On Fri, Jun 24, 2022 at 12:55 AM David Gow <> wrote:
> >
> > + def set_diff(self, other: 'Kconfig') -> Set[KconfigEntry]:
> > + return set(self._as_entries()) - set(other._as_entries())
> > +
> It took me a couple of goes to realise that this was looking at the
> difference between sets, not trying to set the difference. Maybe
> different_entries() or something like that'd be clearer, but I can't
> say it bothers me enough to be worth a new version.

Wdyt about `set_difference()`?
Or maybe adding a verb: `get_set_diff()`, `compute_set_diff()`?

But we do want to make it clear it has set (asymmetric) difference
semantics, see below.

> Then again (as noted below), the direct set difference isn't exactly
> what we want, it's more the equivalent of is_subset_of(). The
> follow-up repeated-kunitconfig patch adds differing_options(), which
> is closer to what we'd want, I think:

differing_options() does not have the right semantics.
For this, we do explicitly want a set difference.

Context: This is the func used to print out these warnings:
$ .../ run --kconfig_add=CONFIG_PCI=y
Missing: CONFIG_PCI=y

That comes from
invalid = self._kconfig.set_diff(validated_kconfig)
Using differing_options() to get our version of the configs:
invalid = (want for want, got in
we instead get an empty list.

The problem is that differing_options() only shows config options that
are explicitly to different values.

There's probably a way I can name these functions better to make the
difference more clear.
Or perhaps we should move set_diff() out of this class and have itself due the computation.

// make as_entries() "public", s/invalid/missing
missing = set(self._kconfig.as_entries()) - set(validated_config.as_entries())



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