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std/webgpu/_test_util.ts

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// Copyright 2018-2024 the Deno authors. All rights reserved. MIT license.
async function checkIsWsl() { return Deno.build.os === "linux" && await hasMicrosoftProcVersion();
async function hasMicrosoftProcVersion() { // https://github.com/microsoft/WSL/issues/423#issuecomment-221627364 try { const procVersion = await Deno.readTextFile("/proc/version"); return /microsoft/i.test(procVersion); } catch { return false; } }}
let isCI: boolean;try { isCI = (Deno.env.get("CI")?.length ?? 0) > 0;} catch { isCI = true;}
// Skip these tests on linux CI, because the vulkan emulator is not good enough// yet, and skip on macOS CI because these do not have virtual GPUs.const isLinuxOrMacCI = (Deno.build.os === "linux" || Deno.build.os === "darwin") && isCI;// Skip these tests in WSL because it doesn't have good GPU support.const isWsl = await checkIsWsl();
export const ignore = isWsl || isLinuxOrMacCI;
export function cleanUp(device: GPUDevice) { device.destroy();
// TODO(lucacasonato): webgpu spec should add a explicit destroy method for // adapters. // deno-lint-ignore no-deprecated-deno-api const resources = Object.keys(Deno.resources()); // @ts-ignore Until WebGPU resources cleanup is automatically handled. Deno[Deno.internal].core.close(Number(resources[resources.length - 1]));}