Library for running OpenStack services
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import fixtures
class SleepFixture(fixtures.Fixture):
"""A fixture for mocking the ``wait()`` within :doc:`loopingcall` events.
This exists so test cases can exercise code that uses :doc:`loopingcall`
without actually incurring wall clock time for sleeping.
The mock for the ``wait()`` is accessible via the fixture's ``mock_wait``
attribute.
.. note:: It is not recommended to assert specific arguments (i.e. timeout
values) to the mock, as this relies on the internals of
:doc:`loopingcall` not changing.
.. todo:: Figure out a way to make an enforceable contract allowing
verification of timeout values.
Example usage::
from oslo.service import fixture
...
class MyTest(...):
def setUp(self):
...
self.sleepfx = self.useFixture(fixture.SleepFixture())
...
def test_this(self):
...
thing_that_hits_a_loopingcall()
...
self.assertEqual(5, self.sleepfx.mock_wait.call_count)
...
"""
def _setUp(self):
# Provide access to the mock so that calls to it can be asserted
self.mock_wait = self.useFixture(fixtures.MockPatch(
'oslo_utils.eventletutils.EventletEvent.wait')).mock