A library to support Octavia provider drivers.
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# Copyright 2015
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import testtools
from oslotest import base
from octavia_lib.hacking import checks
class HackingTestCase(base.BaseTestCase):
"""Hacking test class.
This class tests the hacking checks in octavia_lib.hacking.checks by
passing strings to the check methods like the pep8/flake8 parser would.
The parser loops over each line in the file and then passes the parameters
to the check method. The parameter names in the check method dictate what
type of object is passed to the check method. The parameter types are::
logical_line: A processed line with the following modifications:
- Multi-line statements converted to a single line.
- Stripped left and right.
- Contents of strings replaced with "xxx" of same length.
- Comments removed.
physical_line: Raw line of text from the input file.
lines: a list of the raw lines from the input file
tokens: the tokens that contribute to this logical line
line_number: line number in the input file
total_lines: number of lines in the input file
blank_lines: blank lines before this one
indent_char: indentation character in this file (" " or "\t")
indent_level: indentation (with tabs expanded to multiples of 8)
previous_indent_level: indentation on previous line
previous_logical: previous logical line
filename: Path of the file being run through pep8
When running a test on a check method the return will be False/None if
there is no violation in the sample input. If there is an error a tuple is
returned with a position in the line, and a message. So to check the result
just assertTrue if the check is expected to fail and assertFalse if it
should pass.
"""
def assertLinePasses(self, func, *args):
with testtools.ExpectedException(StopIteration):
next(func(*args))
def assertLineFails(self, func, *args):
self.assertIsInstance(next(func(*args)), tuple)
def test_assert_true_instance(self):
self.assertEqual(1, len(list(checks.assert_true_instance(
"self.assertTrue(isinstance(e, "
"exception.BuildAbortException))"))))
self.assertEqual(0, len(list(checks.assert_true_instance(
"self.assertTrue()"))))
def test_assert_equal_or_not_none(self):
self.assertEqual(1, len(list(checks.assert_equal_or_not_none(
"self.assertEqual(A, None)"))))
self.assertEqual(1, len(list(checks.assert_equal_or_not_none(
"self.assertEqual(None, A)"))))
self.assertEqual(1, len(list(checks.assert_equal_or_not_none(
"self.assertNotEqual(A, None)"))))
self.assertEqual(1, len(list(checks.assert_equal_or_not_none(
"self.assertNotEqual(None, A)"))))
self.assertEqual(0,
len(list(checks.assert_equal_or_not_none(
"self.assertIsNone()"))))
self.assertEqual(0,
len(list(checks.assert_equal_or_not_none(
"self.assertIsNotNone()"))))
def test_no_mutable_default_args(self):
self.assertEqual(0, len(list(checks.no_mutable_default_args(
"def foo (bar):"))))
self.assertEqual(1, len(list(checks.no_mutable_default_args(
"def foo (bar=[]):"))))
self.assertEqual(1, len(list(checks.no_mutable_default_args(
"def foo (bar={}):"))))
def test_assert_equal_in(self):
self.assertEqual(1, len(list(checks.assert_equal_in(
"self.assertEqual(a in b, True)"))))
self.assertEqual(1, len(list(checks.assert_equal_in(
"self.assertEqual('str' in 'string', True)"))))
self.assertEqual(0, len(list(checks.assert_equal_in(
"self.assertEqual(any(a==1 for a in b), True)"))))
self.assertEqual(1, len(list(checks.assert_equal_in(
"self.assertEqual(True, a in b)"))))
self.assertEqual(1, len(list(checks.assert_equal_in(
"self.assertEqual(True, 'str' in 'string')"))))
self.assertEqual(0, len(list(checks.assert_equal_in(
"self.assertEqual(True, any(a==1 for a in b))"))))
self.assertEqual(1, len(list(checks.assert_equal_in(
"self.assertEqual(a in b, False)"))))
self.assertEqual(1, len(list(checks.assert_equal_in(
"self.assertEqual('str' in 'string', False)"))))
self.assertEqual(0, len(list(checks.assert_equal_in(
"self.assertEqual(any(a==1 for a in b), False)"))))
self.assertEqual(1, len(list(checks.assert_equal_in(
"self.assertEqual(False, a in b)"))))
self.assertEqual(1, len(list(checks.assert_equal_in(
"self.assertEqual(False, 'str' in 'string')"))))
self.assertEqual(0, len(list(checks.assert_equal_in(
"self.assertEqual(False, any(a==1 for a in b))"))))
def test_assert_equal_true_or_false(self):
self.assertEqual(1, len(list(checks.assert_equal_true_or_false(
"self.assertEqual(True, A)"))))
self.assertEqual(1, len(list(checks.assert_equal_true_or_false(
"self.assertEqual(False, A)"))))
self.assertEqual(0, len(list(checks.assert_equal_true_or_false(
"self.assertTrue()"))))
self.assertEqual(0, len(list(checks.assert_equal_true_or_false(
"self.assertFalse()"))))
def test_no_log_warn(self):
self.assertEqual(1, len(list(checks.no_log_warn(
"LOG.warn()"))))
self.assertEqual(0, len(list(checks.no_log_warn(
"LOG.warning()"))))
def test_no_log_translations(self):
for log in checks._all_log_levels:
for hint in checks._all_hints:
bad = 'LOG.%s(%s("Bad"))' % (log, hint)
self.assertEqual(
1, len(list(checks.no_translate_logs(bad, 'f'))))
# Catch abuses when used with a variable and not a literal
bad = 'LOG.%s(%s(msg))' % (log, hint)
self.assertEqual(
1, len(list(checks.no_translate_logs(bad, 'f'))))
# Do not do validations in tests
ok = 'LOG.%s(_("OK - unit tests"))' % log
self.assertEqual(
0, len(list(checks.no_translate_logs(ok, 'f/tests/f'))))
def test_check_localized_exception_messages(self):
f = checks.check_raised_localized_exceptions
self.assertLineFails(f, " raise KeyError('Error text')", '')
self.assertLineFails(f, ' raise KeyError("Error text")', '')
self.assertLinePasses(f, ' raise KeyError(_("Error text"))', '')
self.assertLinePasses(f, ' raise KeyError(_ERR("Error text"))', '')
self.assertLinePasses(f, " raise KeyError(translated_msg)", '')
self.assertLinePasses(f, '# raise KeyError("Not translated")', '')
self.assertLinePasses(f, 'print("raise KeyError("Not '
'translated")")', '')
def test_check_localized_exception_message_skip_tests(self):
f = checks.check_raised_localized_exceptions
self.assertLinePasses(f, "raise KeyError('Error text')",
'neutron_lib/tests/unit/mytest.py')
def test_check_no_basestring(self):
self.assertEqual(1, len(list(checks.check_no_basestring(
"isinstance('foo', basestring)"))))
self.assertEqual(0, len(list(checks.check_no_basestring(
"isinstance('foo', str)"))))
def test_check_no_eventlet_imports(self):
f = checks.check_no_eventlet_imports
self.assertLinePasses(f, 'from not_eventlet import greenthread')
self.assertLineFails(f, 'from eventlet import greenthread')
self.assertLineFails(f, 'import eventlet')
def test_line_continuation_no_backslash(self):
results = list(checks.check_line_continuation_no_backslash(
'', [(1, 'import', (2, 0), (2, 6), 'import \\\n'),
(1, 'os', (3, 4), (3, 6), ' os\n')]))
self.assertEqual(1, len(results))
self.assertEqual((2, 7), results[0][0])
def test_check_no_logging_imports(self):
f = checks.check_no_logging_imports
self.assertLinePasses(f, 'from oslo_log import log')
self.assertLineFails(f, 'from logging import log')
self.assertLineFails(f, 'import logging')
def test_check_no_octavia_namespace_imports(self):
f = checks.check_no_octavia_namespace_imports
self.assertLinePasses(f, 'from octavia_lib import constants')
self.assertLinePasses(f, 'import octavia_lib.constants')
self.assertLineFails(f, 'from octavia.common import rpc')
self.assertLineFails(f, 'from octavia import context')
self.assertLineFails(f, 'import octavia.common.config')