taskflow/taskflow/test.py

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# Copyright (C) 2012 Yahoo! Inc. All Rights Reserved.
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may
# not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain
# a copy of the License at
#
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# WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the
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import collections
import logging
from unittest import mock
import fixtures
from oslotest import base
from testtools import matchers
from taskflow import exceptions
from taskflow.tests import fixtures as taskflow_fixtures
from taskflow.tests import utils
from taskflow.utils import misc
class GreaterThanEqual(object):
"""Matches if the item is geq than the matchers reference object."""
def __init__(self, source):
self.source = source
def match(self, other):
if other >= self.source:
return None
return matchers.Mismatch("%s was not >= %s" % (other, self.source))
class FailureRegexpMatcher(object):
"""Matches if the failure was caused by the given exception and message.
This will match if a given failure contains and exception of the given
class type and if its string message matches to the given regular
expression pattern.
"""
def __init__(self, exc_class, pattern):
self.exc_class = exc_class
self.pattern = pattern
def match(self, failure):
for cause in failure:
if cause.check(self.exc_class) is not None:
return matchers.MatchesRegex(
self.pattern).match(cause.exception_str)
return matchers.Mismatch("The `%s` wasn't caused by the `%s`" %
(failure, self.exc_class))
class ItemsEqual(object):
"""Matches the items in two sequences.
This matcher will validate that the provided sequence has the same elements
as a reference sequence, regardless of the order.
"""
def __init__(self, seq):
self._seq = seq
self._list = list(seq)
def match(self, other):
other_list = list(other)
extra = misc.sequence_minus(other_list, self._list)
missing = misc.sequence_minus(self._list, other_list)
if extra or missing:
msg = ("Sequences %s and %s do not have same items."
% (self._seq, other))
if missing:
msg += " Extra items in first sequence: %s." % missing
if extra:
msg += " Extra items in second sequence: %s." % extra
return matchers.Mismatch(msg)
return None
class TestCase(base.BaseTestCase):
"""Test case base class for all taskflow unit tests."""
def setUp(self):
super().setUp()
self.useFixture(taskflow_fixtures.WarningsFixture())
def makeTmpDir(self):
t_dir = self.useFixture(fixtures.TempDir())
return t_dir.path
def assertDictEqual(self, expected, check):
self.assertIsInstance(expected, dict,
'First argument is not a dictionary')
self.assertIsInstance(check, dict,
'Second argument is not a dictionary')
# Testtools seems to want equals objects instead of just keys?
compare_dict = {}
for k in list(expected.keys()):
if not isinstance(expected[k], matchers.Equals):
compare_dict[k] = matchers.Equals(expected[k])
else:
compare_dict[k] = expected[k]
self.assertThat(matchee=check,
matcher=matchers.MatchesDict(compare_dict))
def assertRaisesAttrAccess(self, exc_class, obj, attr_name):
def access_func():
getattr(obj, attr_name)
self.assertRaises(exc_class, access_func)
def assertGreater(self, first, second):
matcher = matchers.GreaterThan(first)
self.assertThat(second, matcher)
def assertGreaterEqual(self, first, second):
matcher = GreaterThanEqual(first)
self.assertThat(second, matcher)
def assertRegexpMatches(self, text, pattern):
matcher = matchers.MatchesRegex(pattern)
self.assertThat(text, matcher)
def assertIsSuperAndSubsequence(self, super_seq, sub_seq, msg=None):
super_seq = list(super_seq)
sub_seq = list(sub_seq)
current_tail = super_seq
for sub_elem in sub_seq:
try:
super_index = current_tail.index(sub_elem)
except ValueError:
# element not found
if msg is None:
msg = ("%r is not subsequence of %r: "
"element %r not found in tail %r"
% (sub_seq, super_seq, sub_elem, current_tail))
self.fail(msg)
else:
current_tail = current_tail[super_index + 1:]
def assertFailuresRegexp(self, exc_class, pattern, callable_obj, *args,
**kwargs):
"""Asserts the callable failed with the given exception and message."""
try:
with utils.wrap_all_failures():
callable_obj(*args, **kwargs)
except exceptions.WrappedFailure as e:
self.assertThat(e, FailureRegexpMatcher(exc_class, pattern))
def assertCountEqual(self, seq1, seq2, msg=None):
matcher = ItemsEqual(seq1)
self.assertThat(seq2, matcher)
class MockTestCase(TestCase):
def setUp(self):
super(MockTestCase, self).setUp()
self.master_mock = mock.Mock(name='master_mock')
def patch(self, target, autospec=True, **kwargs):
"""Patch target and attach it to the master mock."""
f = self.useFixture(fixtures.MockPatch(target,
autospec=autospec, **kwargs))
mocked = f.mock
attach_as = kwargs.pop('attach_as', None)
if attach_as is not None:
self.master_mock.attach_mock(mocked, attach_as)
return mocked
def patchClass(self, module, name, autospec=True, attach_as=None):
"""Patches a modules class.
This will create a class instance mock (using the provided name to
find the class in the module) and attach a mock class the master mock
to be cleaned up on test exit.
"""
if autospec:
instance_mock = mock.Mock(spec_set=getattr(module, name))
else:
instance_mock = mock.Mock()
f = self.useFixture(fixtures.MockPatchObject(module, name,
autospec=autospec))
class_mock = f.mock
class_mock.return_value = instance_mock
if attach_as is None:
attach_class_as = name
attach_instance_as = name.lower()
else:
attach_class_as = attach_as + '_class'
attach_instance_as = attach_as
self.master_mock.attach_mock(class_mock, attach_class_as)
self.master_mock.attach_mock(instance_mock, attach_instance_as)
return class_mock, instance_mock
def resetMasterMock(self):
self.master_mock.reset_mock()
class CapturingLoggingHandler(logging.Handler):
"""A handler that saves record contents for post-test analysis."""
def __init__(self, level=logging.DEBUG):
# It seems needed to use the old style of base class calling, we
# can remove this old style when we only support py3.x
logging.Handler.__init__(self, level=level)
self._records = []
@property
def counts(self):
"""Returns a dictionary with the number of records at each level."""
self.acquire()
try:
captured = collections.defaultdict(int)
for r in self._records:
captured[r.levelno] += 1
return captured
finally:
self.release()
@property
def messages(self):
"""Returns a dictionary with list of record messages at each level."""
self.acquire()
try:
captured = collections.defaultdict(list)
for r in self._records:
captured[r.levelno].append(r.getMessage())
return captured
finally:
self.release()
@property
def exc_infos(self):
"""Returns a list of all the record exc_info tuples captured."""
self.acquire()
try:
captured = []
for r in self._records:
if r.exc_info:
captured.append(r.exc_info)
return captured
finally:
self.release()
def emit(self, record):
self.acquire()
try:
self._records.append(record)
finally:
self.release()
def reset(self):
"""Resets *all* internally captured state."""
self.acquire()
try:
self._records = []
finally:
self.release()
def close(self):
logging.Handler.close(self)
self.reset()