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#!/usr/bin/env python
# Copyright 2018 Red Hat, Inc.
# 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
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT
# WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the
# License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations
# under the License.
import functools
import urllib
from collections import defaultdict
import datetime
import github3.exceptions
import re
import time
import graphene
from requests import HTTPError
from requests.structures import CaseInsensitiveDict
from tests.fake_graphql import FakeGithubQuery
from zuul.driver.github.githubconnection import utc
FAKE_BASE_URL = 'https://example.com/api/v3/'
class FakeUser(object):
def __init__(self, login):
self.login = login
self.name = login
self.email = '%s@example.com' % login
self.html_url = 'https://example.com/%s' % login
class FakeBranch(object):
def __init__(self, fake_repo, branch='master', protected=False):
self.name = branch
self._fake_repo = fake_repo
def protected(self):
return self.name in self._fake_repo._branch_protection_rules
def as_dict(self):
return {
'name': self.name,
'protected': self.protected
class FakeCreator:
def __init__(self, login):
self.login = login
class FakeStatus(object):
def __init__(self, state, url, description, context, user):
self.state = state
self.context = context
self.creator = FakeCreator(user)
self._url = url
self._description = description
def as_dict(self):
return {
'state': self.state,
'url': self._url,
'description': self._description,
'context': self.context,
'creator': {
'login': self.creator.login
class FakeApp:
def __init__(self, name, slug):
self.name = name
self.slug = slug
class FakeCheckRun(object):
def __init__(self, id, name, details_url, output, status, conclusion,
completed_at, external_id, actions, app):
if actions is None:
actions = []
self.id = id
self.name = name
self.details_url = details_url
self.output = output
self.conclusion = conclusion
self.completed_at = completed_at
self.external_id = external_id
self.actions = actions
self.app = FakeApp(name=app, slug=app)
# Github automatically sets the status to "completed" if a conclusion
# is provided.
if conclusion is not None:
self.status = "completed"
self.status = status
def as_dict(self):
return {
'id': self.id,
"name": self.name,
"status": self.status,
"output": self.output,
"details_url": self.details_url,
"conclusion": self.conclusion,
"completed_at": self.completed_at,
"external_id": self.external_id,
"actions": self.actions,
"app": {
"slug": self.app.slug,
"name": self.app.name,
def update(self, conclusion, completed_at, output, details_url,
external_id, actions):
self.conclusion = conclusion
self.completed_at = completed_at
self.output = output
self.details_url = details_url
self.external_id = external_id
self.actions = actions
# As we are only calling the update method when a build is completed,
# we can always set the status to "completed".
self.status = "completed"
class FakeGHReview(object):
def __init__(self, data):
self.data = data
def as_dict(self):
return self.data
class FakeCombinedStatus(object):
def __init__(self, sha, statuses):
self.sha = sha
self.statuses = statuses
class FakeCommit(object):
def __init__(self, sha):
self._statuses = []
self.sha = sha
self._check_runs = []
def set_status(self, state, url, description, context, user):
status = FakeStatus(
state, url, description, context, user)
# always insert a status to the front of the list, to represent
# the last status provided for a commit.
self._statuses.insert(0, status)
def set_check_run(self, id, name, details_url, output, status, conclusion,
completed_at, external_id, actions, app):
check_run = FakeCheckRun(
# Always insert a check_run to the front of the list to represent the
# last check_run provided for a commit.
self._check_runs.insert(0, check_run)
return check_run
def get_url(self, path, params=None):
if path == 'statuses':
statuses = [s.as_dict() for s in self._statuses]
return FakeResponse(statuses)
if path == "check-runs":
check_runs = [c.as_dict() for c in self._check_runs]
resp = {"total_count": len(check_runs), "check_runs": check_runs}
return FakeResponse(resp)
def statuses(self):
return self._statuses
def check_runs(self):
return self._check_runs
def status(self):
Returns the combined status wich only contains the latest statuses of
the commit together with some other information that we don't need
latest_statuses_by_context = {}
for status in self._statuses:
if status.context not in latest_statuses_by_context:
latest_statuses_by_context[status.context] = status
combined_statuses = latest_statuses_by_context.values()
return FakeCombinedStatus(self.sha, combined_statuses)
class FakeRepository(object):
def __init__(self, name, data):
self._api = FAKE_BASE_URL
self._branches = [FakeBranch(self)]
self._commits = {}
self.data = data
self.name = name
self.check_run_counter = 0
# Simple dictionary to store permission values per feature (e.g.
# checks, Repository contents, Pull requests, Commit statuses, ...).
# Could be used to just enable/deable a permission (True, False) or
# provide more specific values like "read" or "read&write". The mocked
# functionality in the FakeRepository class should then check for this
# value and raise an appropriate exception like a production Github
# would do in case the permission is not sufficient or missing at all.
self._permissions = {}
# List of branch protection rules
self._branch_protection_rules = defaultdict(FakeBranchProtectionRule)
self._repodata = {
'allow_merge_commit': True,
'allow_squash_merge': True,
'allow_rebase_merge': True,
'default_branch': 'master',
# fail the next commit requests with 404
self.fail_not_found = 0
def branches(self, protected=False):
if protected:
# simulate there is no protected branch
return [b for b in self._branches if b.protected]
return self._branches
def _set_branch_protection(self, branch_name, protected=True,
contexts=None, require_review=False):
if not protected:
if branch_name in self._branch_protection_rules:
del self._branch_protection_rules[branch_name]
rule = self._branch_protection_rules[branch_name]
rule.pattern = branch_name
rule.required_contexts = contexts or []
rule.require_reviews = require_review
def _set_permission(self, key, value):
# NOTE (felix): Currently, this is only used to mock a repo with
# missing checks API permissions. But we could also use it to test
# arbitrary permission values like missing write, but only read
# permissions for a specific functionality.
self._permissions[key] = value
def _build_url(self, *args, **kwargs):
path_args = ['repos', self.name]
fakepath = '/'.join(path_args)
return FAKE_BASE_URL + fakepath
def _get(self, url, headers=None):
client = FakeGithubClient(data=self.data)
return client.session.get(url, headers)
def _create_branch(self, branch):
self._branches.append((FakeBranch(self, branch=branch)))
def _delete_branch(self, branch_name):
self._branches = [b for b in self._branches if b.name != branch_name]
def create_status(self, sha, state, url, description, context,
# Since we're bypassing github API, which would require a user, we
# default the user as 'zuul' here.
commit = self._commits.get(sha, None)
if commit is None:
commit = FakeCommit(sha)
self._commits[sha] = commit
commit.set_status(state, url, description, context, user)
def create_check_run(self, head_sha, name, details_url=None, output=None,
status=None, conclusion=None, completed_at=None,
external_id=None, actions=None, app="zuul"):
# Raise the appropriate github3 exception in case we don't have
# permission to access the checks API
if self._permissions.get("checks") is False:
# To create a proper github3 exception, we need to mock a response
# object
raise github3.exceptions.ForbiddenError(
FakeResponse("Resource not accessible by integration", 403)
commit = self._commits.get(head_sha, None)
if commit is None:
commit = FakeCommit(head_sha)
self._commits[head_sha] = commit
self.check_run_counter += 1
def commit(self, sha):
if self.fail_not_found > 0:
self.fail_not_found -= 1
resp = FakeResponse(404, 'Not found')
raise github3.exceptions.NotFoundError(resp)
commit = self._commits.get(sha, None)
if commit is None:
commit = FakeCommit(sha)
self._commits[sha] = commit
return commit
def get_url(self, path, params=None):
if '/' in path:
entity, request = path.split('/', 1)
entity = path
request = None
if entity == 'branches':
return self.get_url_branches(request, params=params)
if entity == 'collaborators':
return self.get_url_collaborators(request)
if entity == 'commits':
return self.get_url_commits(request, params=params)
if entity == '':
return self.get_url_repo()
return None
def get_url_branches(self, path, params=None):
if path is None:
# request wants a branch list
return self.get_url_branch_list(params)
elements = path.split('/')
entity = elements[-1]
if entity == 'protection':
branch = '/'.join(elements[0:-1])
return self.get_url_protection(branch)
# fall back to treat all elements as branch
branch = '/'.join(elements)
return self.get_url_branch(branch)
def get_url_commits(self, path, params=None):
if '/' in path:
sha, request = path.split('/', 1)
sha = path
request = None
commit = self._commits.get(sha)
# Commits are created lazy so check if there is a PR with the correct
# head sha.
if commit is None:
pull_requests = [pr for pr in self.data.pull_requests.values()
if pr.head_sha == sha]
if pull_requests:
commit = FakeCommit(sha)
self._commits[sha] = commit
if not commit:
return FakeResponse({}, 404)
return commit.get_url(request, params=params)
def get_url_branch_list(self, params):
if params.get('protected') == 1:
exclude_unprotected = True
exclude_unprotected = False
branches = [x.as_dict() for x in self.branches(exclude_unprotected)]
return FakeResponse(branches, 200)
def get_url_branch(self, branch_name):
for branch in self._branches:
if branch.name == branch_name:
return FakeResponse(branch.as_dict())
return FakeResponse(None, 404)
def get_url_collaborators(self, path):
login, entity = path.split('/')
if entity == 'permission':
owner, proj = self.name.split('/')
permission = None
for pr in self.data.pull_requests.values():
pr_owner, pr_project = pr.project.split('/')
if (pr_owner == owner and proj == pr_project):
if login in pr.admins:
permission = 'admin'
elif login in pr.writers:
permission = 'write'
permission = 'read'
data = {
'permission': permission,
return FakeResponse(data)
return None
def get_url_protection(self, branch):
rule = self._branch_protection_rules.get(branch)
if not rule:
# Note that GitHub returns 404 if branch protection is off so do
# the same here as well
return FakeResponse({}, 404)
data = {
'required_status_checks': {
'contexts': rule.required_contexts
return FakeResponse(data)
def get_url_repo(self):
return FakeResponse(self._repodata)
def pull_requests(self, state=None, sort=None, direction=None):
# sort and direction are unused currently, but present to match
# real world call signatures.
pulls = []
for pull in self.data.pull_requests.values():
if pull.project != self.name:
if state and pull.state != state:
return pulls
class FakeIssue(object):
def __init__(self, fake_pull_request):
self._fake_pull_request = fake_pull_request
def pull_request(self):
return FakePull(self._fake_pull_request)
def number(self):
return self._fake_pull_request.number
class FakeFile(object):
def __init__(self, filename, previous_filename=None):
self.filename = filename
if previous_filename is not None:
self.previous_filename = previous_filename
def __eq__(self, other):
return self.filename == other.filename
def __lt__(self, other):
return self.filename < other.filename
__hash__ = object.__hash__
class FakePull(object):
def __init__(self, fake_pull_request):
self._fake_pull_request = fake_pull_request
def issue(self):
return FakeIssue(self._fake_pull_request)
def files(self):
# Github lists max. 300 files of a PR in alphabetical order
return sorted(self._fake_pull_request.files)[:300]
def reviews(self):
return self._fake_pull_request.reviews
def create_review(self, body, commit_id, event):
review = FakeGHReview({
'state': event,
'user': {
'login': 'fakezuul',
'email': 'fakezuul@fake.test',
'submitted_at': time.gmtime(),
return review
def head(self):
client = FakeGithubClient(
repo = client.repo_from_project(self._fake_pull_request.project)
return repo.commit(self._fake_pull_request.head_sha)
def commits(self):
# since we don't know all commits of a pr we just return here a list
# with the head_sha as the only commit
return [self.head]
def as_dict(self):
pr = self._fake_pull_request
connection = pr.github
data = {
'number': pr.number,
'title': pr.subject,
'url': 'https://%s/api/v3/%s/pulls/%s' % (
connection.server, pr.project, pr.number
'html_url': 'https://%s/%s/pull/%s' % (
connection.server, pr.project, pr.number
'updated_at': pr.updated_at,
'base': {
'repo': {
'full_name': pr.project
'ref': pr.branch,
'sha': pr.base_sha,
'user': {
'login': 'octocat'
'draft': pr.draft,
'mergeable': pr.mergeable,
'state': pr.state,
'head': {
'sha': pr.head_sha,
'ref': pr.getPRReference(),
'repo': {
'full_name': pr.project
'merged': pr.is_merged,
'body': pr.body,
'body_text': pr.body_text,
'changed_files': len(pr.files),
'labels': [{'name': l} for l in pr.labels]
return data
class FakeIssueSearchResult(object):
def __init__(self, issue):
self.issue = issue
class FakeResponse(object):
def __init__(self, data, status_code=200, status_message='OK'):
self.status_code = status_code
self.status_message = status_message
self.data = data
self.links = {}
def content(self):
# Building github3 exceptions requires a Response object with the
# content attribute set.
return self.data
def json(self):
return self.data
def raise_for_status(self):
if 400 <= self.status_code < 600:
if isinstance(self.data, str):
text = '{} {}'.format(self.status_code, self.data)
text = '{} {}'.format(self.status_code, self.status_message)
raise HTTPError(text, response=self)
class FakeGithubSession(object):
def __init__(self, client):
self.client = client
self.headers = CaseInsensitiveDict()
self._base_url = None
self.schema = graphene.Schema(query=FakeGithubQuery)
# Imitate hooks dict. This will be unused and ignored in the tests.
self.hooks = {
'response': []
def build_url(self, *args):
fakepath = '/'.join(args)
return FAKE_BASE_URL + fakepath
def get(self, url, headers=None, params=None):
request = url
if request.startswith(FAKE_BASE_URL):
request = request[len(FAKE_BASE_URL):]
entity, request = request.split('/', 1)
if entity == 'repos':
return self.get_repo(request, params=params)
# unknown entity to process
return None
def post(self, url, data=None, headers=None, params=None, json=None):
# Handle graphql
if json and json.get('query'):
query = json.get('query')
variables = json.get('variables')
result = self.schema.execute(
query, variables=variables, context=self.client)
if result.errors:
# Note that github really returns 200 and an errors field in
# case of an error.
return FakeResponse({'errors': result.errors}, 200)
return FakeResponse({'data': result.data}, 200)
# Handle creating comments
match = re.match(r'.+/repos/(.+)/issues/(\d+)/comments$', url)
if match:
project, pr_number = match.groups()
project = urllib.parse.unquote(project)
self.client._data.reports.append((project, pr_number, 'comment'))
pull_request = self.client._data.pull_requests[int(pr_number)]
return FakeResponse(None, 200)
# Handle access token creation
if re.match(r'.*/app/installations/.*/access_tokens', url):
expiry = (datetime.datetime.now(utc) + datetime.timedelta(
install_id = url.split('/')[-2]
data = {
'token': 'token-%s' % install_id,
'expires_at': expiry,
return FakeResponse(data, 201)
# Handle check run creation
match = re.match(r'.*/repos/(.*)/check-runs$', url)
if match:
if self.client._data.fail_check_run_creation:
return FakeResponse('Internal server error', 500)
org, reponame = match.groups()[0].split('/', 1)
repo = self.client._data.repos.get((org, reponame))
if repo._permissions.get("checks") is False:
# To create a proper github3 exception, we need to mock a
# response object
return FakeResponse(
"Resource not accessible by integration", 403)
head_sha = json.get('head_sha')
commit = repo._commits.get(head_sha, None)
if commit is None:
commit = FakeCommit(head_sha)
repo._commits[head_sha] = commit
repo.check_run_counter += 1
check_run = commit.set_check_run(
json.get('app', 'zuul'),
return FakeResponse(check_run.as_dict(), 201)
return FakeResponse(None, 404)
def put(self, url, data=None, headers=None, params=None, json=None):
# Handle pull request merge
match = re.match(r'.+/repos/(.+)/pulls/(\d+)/merge$', url)
if match:
project, pr_number = match.groups()
project = urllib.parse.unquote(project)
pr = self.client._data.pull_requests[int(pr_number)]
conn = pr.github
# record that this got reported
(pr.project, pr.number, 'merge', json["merge_method"]))
if conn.merge_failure:
raise Exception('Unknown merge failure')
if conn.merge_not_allowed_count > 0:
conn.merge_not_allowed_count -= 1
# GitHub returns 405 Method not allowed with more details in
# the body of the response.
data = {
'message': 'Merge not allowed because of fake reason',
return FakeResponse(data, 405, 'Method not allowed')
pr.setMerged(json.get("commit_message", ""))
return FakeResponse({"merged": True}, 200)
return FakeResponse(None, 404)
def patch(self, url, data=None, headers=None, params=None, json=None):
# Handle check run update
match = re.match(r'.*/repos/(.*)/check-runs/(.*)$', url)
if match:
org, reponame = match.groups()[0].split('/', 1)
check_run_id = match.groups()[1]
repo = self.client._data.repos.get((org, reponame))
# Find the specified check run
check_runs = [
for commit in repo._commits.values()
for check_run in commit._check_runs
if check_run.id == check_run_id
check_run = check_runs[0]
return FakeResponse(check_run.as_dict(), 200)
def get_repo(self, request, params=None):
parts = request.split('/', 2)
if len(parts) == 2:
org, project = parts
request = ''
org, project, request = parts
project_name = '{}/{}'.format(org, project)
repo = self.client.repo_from_project(project_name)
return repo.get_url(request, params=params)
def mount(self, prefix, adapter):
# Don't care in tests
class FakeBranchProtectionRule:
def __init__(self):
self.pattern = None
self.required_contexts = []
self.require_reviews = False
self.require_codeowners_review = False
class FakeGithubData(object):
def __init__(self, pull_requests):
self.pull_requests = pull_requests
self.repos = {}
self.reports = []
self.fail_check_run_creation = False
def __repr__(self):
return ("pull_requests:%s repos:%s reports:%s "
"fail_check_run_creation:%s" % (
self.pull_requests, self.repos, self.reports,
class FakeGithubClient(object):
def __init__(self, session=None, data=None):
self._data = data
self._inst_id = None
self.session = FakeGithubSession(self)
def setData(self, data):
self._data = data
def setInstId(self, inst_id):
self._inst_id = inst_id
def user(self, login):
return FakeUser(login)
def repository(self, owner, proj):
return self._data.repos.get((owner, proj), None)
def login(self, token):
def repo_from_project(self, project):
# This is a convenience method for the tests.
owner, proj = project.split('/')
return self.repository(owner, proj)
def addProject(self, project):
owner, proj = project.name.split('/')
self._data.repos[(owner, proj)] = FakeRepository(
project.name, self._data)
def addProjectByName(self, project_name):
owner, proj = project_name.split('/')
self._data.repos[(owner, proj)] = FakeRepository(
project_name, self._data)
def pull_request(self, owner, project, number):
fake_pr = self._data.pull_requests[int(number)]
repo = self.repository(owner, project)
# Ensure a commit for the head_sha exists so this can be resolved in
# graphql queries.
return FakePull(fake_pr)
def search_issues(self, query):
def tokenize(s):
# Tokenize with handling for quoted substrings.
# Bit hacky and needs PDA, but our current inputs are
# constrained enough that this should work.
s = s[:-len(" type:pr is:open in:body")]
OR_split = [x.strip() for x in s.split('OR')]
tokens = [x.strip('"') for x in OR_split]
return tokens
def query_is_sha(s):
return re.match(r'[a-z0-9]{40}', s)
if query_is_sha(query):
# Github returns all PR's that contain the sha in their history
result = []
for pr in self._data.pull_requests.values():
# Quick check if head sha matches
if pr.head_sha == query:
# If head sha doesn't match it still could be in the pr history
repo = pr._getRepo()
commits = repo.iter_commits(
'%s...%s' % (pr.branch, pr.head_sha))
for commit in commits:
if commit.hexsha == query:
return result
# Non-SHA queries are of the form:
# '"Depends-On: <url>" OR "Depends-On: <url>"
# OR ... type:pr is:open in:body'
# For the tests is currently enough to simply check for the
# existence of the Depends-On strings in the PR body.
tokens = tokenize(query)
terms = set(tokens)
results = []
for pr in self._data.pull_requests.values():
if not pr.body:
body = ""
body = pr.body
for term in terms:
if term in body:
issue = FakeIssue(pr)
return iter(results)
class FakeGithubEnterpriseClient(FakeGithubClient):
version = '2.21.0'
def __init__(self, url, session=None, verify=True):
def meta(self):
data = {
'installed_version': self.version,
return data