Commit d7f1433d authored by Noric Couderc's avatar Noric Couderc

Changed benchmark so it's deterministic

The benchmark part was too unstable...
parent 7cf74770
......@@ -109,26 +109,16 @@ public class SyntheticBenchmarkRunnerTest {
new StringReader(text), false);
TraceBenchmarkRunner runner = new TraceBenchmarkRunner(10, 10000);
List<TrainingSetValue.CollectionSuggestion> expected = Arrays.asList(
new TrainingSetValue.CollectionSuggestion("loc1", "java.util.LinkedList",
"java.util.ArrayList"),
new TrainingSetValue.CollectionSuggestion("loc2", "java.util.ArrayList",
"java.util.ArrayList")
);
List<?> suggestions = runner.getSuggestions(benchmarks.collect(Collectors.toList()));
// Benchmarks are too unstable to get a stable suggested value :(
List<TrainingSetValue.CollectionSuggestion> suggestions =
runner.getSuggestions(benchmarks.collect(Collectors.toList()));
Assert.assertEquals(expected.get(0), suggestions.get(0));
Assert.assertEquals(expected.get(1), suggestions.get(1));
// This benchmarking is a bit unstable...
// Sometimes HashSet wins, sometimes LinkedHashSet wins...
// TODO: Would be good to have non-stochastic results when testing!
TrainingSetValue.CollectionSuggestion expected3 =
new TrainingSetValue.CollectionSuggestion("loc3", "java.util.TreeSet",
"java.util.HashSet");
TrainingSetValue.CollectionSuggestion expected4 =
new TrainingSetValue.CollectionSuggestion("loc3", "java.util.TreeSet",
"java.util.LinkedHashSet");
Assert.assertTrue(suggestions.get(2).equals(expected3)
|| suggestions.get(2).equals(expected4));
Assert.assertEquals(3, suggestions.size());
Assert.assertEquals("loc1", suggestions.get(0).getLocation());
Assert.assertEquals("java.util.LinkedList", suggestions.get(0).getCurrentType());
Assert.assertEquals("loc2", suggestions.get(1).getLocation());
Assert.assertEquals("java.util.ArrayList", suggestions.get(1).getCurrentType());
Assert.assertEquals("loc3", suggestions.get(2).getLocation());
Assert.assertEquals("java.util.TreeSet", suggestions.get(2).getCurrentType());
}
}
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