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magnum/magnum/hacking/checks.py

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# Copyright (c) 2015 Intel, Inc.
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import re
"""
Guidelines for writing new hacking checks
- Use only for Magnum specific tests. OpenStack general tests
should be submitted to the common 'hacking' module.
- Pick numbers in the range M3xx. Find the current test with
the highest allocated number and then pick the next value.
If nova has an N3xx code for that test, use the same number.
- Keep the test method code in the source file ordered based
on the M3xx value.
- List the new rule in the top level HACKING.rst file
- Add test cases for each new rule to magnum/tests/unit/test_hacking.py
"""
mutable_default_args = re.compile(r"^\s*def .+\((.+=\{\}|.+=\[\])")
assert_equal_in_end_with_true_or_false_re = re.compile(
r"assertEqual\((\w|[][.'\"])+ in (\w|[][.'\", ])+, (True|False)\)")
assert_equal_in_start_with_true_or_false_re = re.compile(
r"assertEqual\((True|False), (\w|[][.'\"])+ in (\w|[][.'\", ])+\)")
assert_equal_end_with_none_re = re.compile(
r"(.)*assertEqual\((\w|\.|\'|\"|\[|\])+, None\)")
assert_equal_start_with_none_re = re.compile(
r"(.)*assertEqual\(None, (\w|\.|\'|\"|\[|\])+\)")
assert_equal_with_true_re = re.compile(
r"assertEqual\(True,")
assert_equal_with_false_re = re.compile(
r"assertEqual\(False,")
asse_equal_with_is_not_none_re = re.compile(
r"assertEqual\(.*?\s+is+\s+not+\s+None\)$")
assert_true_isinstance_re = re.compile(
r"(.)*assertTrue\(isinstance\((\w|\.|\'|\"|\[|\])+, "
"(\w|\.|\'|\"|\[|\])+\)\)")
dict_constructor_with_list_copy_re = re.compile(r".*\bdict\((\[)?(\(|\[)")
assert_xrange_re = re.compile(
r"\s*xrange\s*\(")
def assert_equal_none(logical_line):
"""Check for assertEqual(A, None) or assertEqual(None, A) sentences
M318
"""
msg = ("M318: assertEqual(A, None) or assertEqual(None, A) "
"sentences not allowed")
res = (assert_equal_start_with_none_re.match(logical_line) or
assert_equal_end_with_none_re.match(logical_line))
if res:
yield (0, msg)
def no_mutable_default_args(logical_line):
msg = "M322: Method's default argument shouldn't be mutable!"
if mutable_default_args.match(logical_line):
yield (0, msg)
def assert_equal_true_or_false(logical_line):
"""Check for assertEqual(True, A) or assertEqual(False, A) sentences
M323
"""
res = (assert_equal_with_true_re.search(logical_line) or
assert_equal_with_false_re.search(logical_line))
if res:
yield (0, "M323: assertEqual(True, A) or assertEqual(False, A) "
"sentences not allowed")
def assert_equal_not_none(logical_line):
"""Check for assertEqual(A is not None) sentences M302"""
msg = "M302: assertEqual(A is not None) sentences not allowed."
res = asse_equal_with_is_not_none_re.search(logical_line)
if res:
yield (0, msg)
def assert_true_isinstance(logical_line):
"""Check for assertTrue(isinstance(a, b)) sentences
M316
"""
if assert_true_isinstance_re.match(logical_line):
yield (0, "M316: assertTrue(isinstance(a, b)) sentences not allowed")
def assert_equal_in(logical_line):
"""Check for assertEqual(True|False, A in B), assertEqual(A in B, True|False)
M338
"""
res = (assert_equal_in_start_with_true_or_false_re.search(logical_line) or
assert_equal_in_end_with_true_or_false_re.search(logical_line))
if res:
yield (0, "M338: Use assertIn/NotIn(A, B) rather than "
"assertEqual(A in B, True/False) when checking collection "
"contents.")
def no_xrange(logical_line):
"""Disallow 'xrange()'
M339
"""
if assert_xrange_re.match(logical_line):
yield(0, "M339: Do not use xrange().")
def use_timeutils_utcnow(logical_line, filename):
# tools are OK to use the standard datetime module
if "/tools/" in filename:
return
msg = "M310: timeutils.utcnow() must be used instead of datetime.%s()"
datetime_funcs = ['now', 'utcnow']
for f in datetime_funcs:
pos = logical_line.find('datetime.%s' % f)
if pos != -1:
yield (pos, msg % f)
def dict_constructor_with_list_copy(logical_line):
msg = ("M336: Must use a dict comprehension instead of a dict constructor"
" with a sequence of key-value pairs."
)
if dict_constructor_with_list_copy_re.match(logical_line):
yield (0, msg)
def no_log_warn(logical_line):
"""Disallow 'LOG.warn('
Deprecated LOG.warn(), instead use LOG.warning
https://bugs.launchpad.net/magnum/+bug/1508442
M352
"""
msg = ("M352: LOG.warn is deprecated, please use LOG.warning!")
if "LOG.warn(" in logical_line:
yield (0, msg)
def factory(register):
register(no_mutable_default_args)
register(assert_equal_none)
register(assert_equal_true_or_false)
register(assert_equal_not_none)
register(assert_true_isinstance)
register(assert_equal_in)
register(use_timeutils_utcnow)
register(dict_constructor_with_list_copy)
register(no_xrange)
register(no_log_warn)