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test_packages: further tests for PackagePages (Thanks to Federico Lorenzi) (ported from 1.6)
author Reimar Bauer <rb.proj AT googlemail DOT com>
date Thu, 21 Feb 2008 21:14:57 +0100
parents 96319d867986
children 80e1a910a2f1
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# -*- coding: iso-8859-1 -*-
MoinMoin Testing Framework

All test modules must be named test_modulename to be included in the
test suite. If you are testing a package, name the test module

Tests that need the current request, for example to create a page
instance, can refer to self.request. It is injected into all test case
classes by the framework.

Tests that require a certain configuration, like section_numbers = 1, must
use a TestConfig to create the required configuration before the test.
Deleting the TestConfig instance will restore the previous configuration.

@copyright: 2005 Nir Soffer, 2007 Alexander Schremmer
@license: GNU GPL, see COPYING for details.

import atexit
from inspect import isclass
from sys import modules
import sys
import logging

import py

rootdir = py.magic.autopath().dirpath()
moindir = rootdir.join("..")

sys.path.insert(0, str(moindir))
from MoinMoin._tests import maketestwiki, compat
modules["unittest"] = compat # evil hack

sys.path.insert(0, str(moindir.join("tests")))

from import set

coverage_modules = set()

    This code adds support for (see
    It prints a coverage report for the modules specified in all
    module globals (of the test modules) named "coverage_modules".

    import coverage

    def report_coverage():
        module_list = [modules[mod] for mod in coverage_modules]

    def callback(option, opt_str, value, parser):

    py.test.config.addoptions('MoinMoin options', py.test.config.Option('-C',
        '--coverage', action='callback', callback=callback,
        help='Output information about code coverage (slow!)'))

except ImportError:
    coverage = None

def init_test_request(static_state=[False]):
    from MoinMoin.request import request_cli
    from MoinMoin.user import User
    from MoinMoin.formatter.text_html import Formatter as HtmlFormatter
    if not static_state[0]:
        static_state[0] = True
    request = request_cli.Request()
    request.form = request.args = request.setup_args()
    request.user = User(request)
    request.html_formatter = HtmlFormatter(request)
    request.formatter = request.html_formatter
    return request

def init_test_logging(loglevel_stderr=logging.DEBUG):
    """ initialize python stdlib logging framework to output stuff to stderr """
    logger = logging.getLogger('') # root logger
    logger.setLevel(logging.NOTSET) # otherwise it has WARNING by default!

    # define a Handler which writes to sys.stderr
    logstderr = logging.StreamHandler()
    # set a format which is simpler for console use
    formatter = logging.Formatter('%(asctime)s %(levelname)-8s %(message)s', '%H%M%S')
    # tell the handler to use this format
    # add the handler to the root logger
    logger.addHandler(logstderr)"logging initialized")

class TestConfig:
    """ Custom configuration for unit tests

    Some tests assume a specific configuration, and will fail if the wiki admin
    changed the configuration. For example, DateTime macro test assume
    the default datetime_fmt.

    When you set custom values in a TestConfig, the previous values are saved,
    and when the TestConfig is called specifically, they are restored automatically.

    Typical Usage
        class SomeTest:
            def setUp(self):
                self.config = self.TestConfig(defaults=key_list, key=value,...)
            def tearDown(self):
            def testSomething(self):
                # test that needs those defaults and custom values

    def __init__(self, request):
        """ Create temporary configuration for a test

        @param request: current request
        self.request = request
        self.old = {}  # Old config values = []  # New added attributes

    def __call__(self, defaults=(), **custom):
        """ Initialise a temporary configuration for a test

        @param defaults: list of keys that should use the default value
        @param custom: other keys using non default values, or new keys
               that request.cfg does not have already

        return self

    def setDefaults(self, defaults=()):
        """ Set default values for keys in defaults list

        Non existing default will raise an AttributeError.
        from MoinMoin.config import multiconfig
        for key in defaults:
            self._setattr(key, getattr(multiconfig.DefaultConfig, key))

    def setCustom(self, **custom):
        """ Set custom values """
        for key, value in custom.items():
            self._setattr(key, value)

    def _setattr(self, key, value):
        """ Set a new value for key saving new added keys """
        if hasattr(self.request.cfg, key):
            self.old[key] = getattr(self.request.cfg, key)
        setattr(self.request.cfg, key, value)

    def restore(self):
        """ Restore previous request.cfg

        Set old keys to old values and delete new keys.
        for key, value in self.old.items():
            setattr(self.request.cfg, key, value)
        for key in
            delattr(self.request.cfg, key)
    __del__ = restore # XXX __del__ semantics are currently broken

# py.test customization starts here

class MoinTestFunction(py.test.collect.Function):
    def execute(self, target, *args):
        request = self.parent.request
        co = target.func_code
        if 'request' in co.co_varnames[:co.co_argcount]:
            target(request, *args)

class MoinClassCollector(py.test.collect.Class):
    Function = MoinTestFunction

    def setup(self):
        cls = self.obj
        cls.request = self.parent.request
        cls.TestConfig = TestConfig(cls.request)
        super(MoinClassCollector, self).setup()

class Module(py.test.collect.Module):
    Class = MoinClassCollector
    Function = MoinTestFunction

    def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        self.request = init_test_request()
        super(Module, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)

    def run(self, *args, **kwargs):
        if coverage is not None:
            coverage_modules.update(getattr(self.obj, 'coverage_modules', []))
        return super(Module, self).run(*args, **kwargs)