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Alexander Rukletsov updated MESOS-7877:
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    Labels: mesosphere newbie tech-debt test  (was: mesosphere newbie tech-debt)

> Audit test code for undefined behavior in accessing container elements
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>
>                 Key: MESOS-7877
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/MESOS-7877
>             Project: Mesos
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: test
>            Reporter: Benjamin Bannier
>              Labels: mesosphere, newbie, tech-debt, test
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> We do not always make sure we never access elements from empty containers, 
> e.g., we use patterns like the following
> {code}
> Future<vector<Offer>> offers;
> // Satisfy offers.
> EXPECT_FALSE(offers.empty());
> const auto& offer = (*offers)[0];
> {code}
> While the intention here is to diagnose an empty {{offers}}, the code still 
> exhibits undefined behavior in the element access if {{offers}} was indeed 
> empty (compilers might aggressively exploit undefined behavior to e.g., 
> remove "impossible" code). Instead one should prevent accessing any elements 
> of an empty container, e.g.,
> {code}
> ASSERT_FALSE(offers.empty()); // Prevent execution of rest of test body.
> {code}
> We should audit and fix existing test code for such incorrect checks and 
> variations involving e.g., {{EXPECT_NE}}.



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