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# Copyright 2015 GoodData
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# under the License.
import json
import os
import re
from testtools.matchers import MatchesRegex, Not, StartsWith
import urllib
import socket
import time
import textwrap
from unittest import mock, skip
import git
import github3.exceptions
from tests.fakegithub import FakeGithubEnterpriseClient
from zuul.driver.github.githubconnection import GithubShaCache
import zuul.rpcclient
from tests.base import (AnsibleZuulTestCase, BaseTestCase,
ZuulGithubAppTestCase, ZuulTestCase,
simple_layout, random_sha1)
from tests.base import ZuulWebFixture
class TestGithubDriver(ZuulTestCase):
config_file = 'zuul-github-driver.conf'
@simple_layout('layouts/basic-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_pull_event(self):
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
body = "This is the\nPR body."
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'A',
body=body)
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = False
self.executor_server.release()
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual('SUCCESS',
self.getJobFromHistory('project-test1').result)
self.assertEqual('SUCCESS',
self.getJobFromHistory('project-test2').result)
job = self.getJobFromHistory('project-test2')
zuulvars = job.parameters['zuul']
self.assertEqual(str(A.number), zuulvars['change'])
self.assertEqual(str(A.head_sha), zuulvars['patchset'])
self.assertEqual('master', zuulvars['branch'])
self.assertEquals('https://github.com/org/project/pull/1',
zuulvars['items'][0]['change_url'])
self.assertEqual(zuulvars["message"], "A\n\n{}".format(body))
self.assertEqual(1, len(A.comments))
self.assertThat(
A.comments[0],
MatchesRegex(r'.*\[project-test1 \]\(.*\).*', re.DOTALL))
self.assertThat(
A.comments[0],
MatchesRegex(r'.*\[project-test2 \]\(.*\).*', re.DOTALL))
self.assertEqual(2, len(self.history))
# test_pull_unmatched_branch_event(self):
self.create_branch('org/project', 'unmatched_branch')
B = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(
'org/project', 'unmatched_branch', 'B')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(B.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(2, len(self.history))
# now emit closed event without merging
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestClosedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
# nothing should have happened due to the merged requirement
self.assertEqual(2, len(self.history))
# now merge the PR and emit the event again
A.setMerged('merged')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestClosedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
# post job must be run
self.assertEqual(3, len(self.history))
@simple_layout('layouts/files-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_pull_matched_file_event(self):
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(
'org/project', 'master', 'A',
files={'random.txt': 'test', 'build-requires': 'test'})
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(1, len(self.history))
# test_pull_unmatched_file_event
B = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'B',
files={'random.txt': 'test2'})
self.fake_github.emitEvent(B.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(1, len(self.history))
@simple_layout('layouts/files-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_pull_changed_files_length_mismatch(self):
files = {'{:03d}.txt'.format(n): 'test' for n in range(300)}
# File 301 which is not included in the list of files of the PR,
# since Github only returns max. 300 files in alphabetical order
files["foobar-requires"] = "test"
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(
'org/project', 'master', 'A', files=files)
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(1, len(self.history))
@simple_layout('layouts/files-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_pull_changed_files_length_mismatch_reenqueue(self):
# Hold jobs so we can trigger a reconfiguration while the item is in
# the pipeline
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
files = {'{:03d}.txt'.format(n): 'test' for n in range(300)}
# File 301 which is not included in the list of files of the PR,
# since Github only returns max. 300 files in alphabetical order
files["foobar-requires"] = "test"
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(
'org/project', 'master', 'A', files=files)
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
# Comment on the pull request to trigger updateChange
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getCommentAddedEvent('casual comment'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
# Trigger reconfig to enforce a reenqueue of the item
self.scheds.execute(lambda app: app.sched.reconfigure(app.config))
self.waitUntilSettled()
# Now we can release all jobs
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
self.executor_server.release()
self.waitUntilSettled()
# There must be exactly one successful job in the history. If there is
# an aborted job in the history the reenqueue failed.
self.assertHistory([
dict(name='project-test1', result='SUCCESS',
changes="%s,%s" % (A.number, A.head_sha)),
])
@simple_layout('layouts/basic-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_pull_github_files_error(self):
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(
'org/project', 'master', 'A')
with mock.patch("tests.fakegithub.FakePull.files") as files_mock:
files_mock.side_effect = github3.exceptions.ServerError(
mock.MagicMock())
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(1, files_mock.call_count)
self.assertEqual(2, len(self.history))
@simple_layout('layouts/basic-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_comment_event(self):
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'A')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getCommentAddedEvent('test me'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(2, len(self.history))
# Test an unmatched comment, history should remain the same
B = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'B')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(B.getCommentAddedEvent('casual comment'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(2, len(self.history))
# Test an unmatched comment, history should remain the same
C = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'C')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(
C.getIssueCommentAddedEvent('a non-PR issue comment'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(2, len(self.history))
@simple_layout('layouts/push-tag-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_tag_event(self):
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
self.create_branch('org/project', 'tagbranch')
files = {'README.txt': 'test'}
self.addCommitToRepo('org/project', 'test tag',
files, branch='tagbranch', tag='newtag')
path = os.path.join(self.upstream_root, 'org/project')
repo = git.Repo(path)
tag = repo.tags['newtag']
sha = tag.commit.hexsha
del repo
# Notify zuul about the new branch to load the config
self.fake_github.emitEvent(
self.fake_github.getPushEvent(
'org/project',
ref='refs/heads/%s' % 'tagbranch'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
# Record previous tenant reconfiguration time
before = self.scheds.first.sched.tenant_last_reconfigured.get(
'tenant-one', 0)
self.fake_github.emitEvent(
self.fake_github.getPushEvent('org/project', 'refs/tags/newtag',
new_rev=sha))
self.waitUntilSettled()
# Make sure the tenant hasn't been reconfigured due to the new tag
after = self.scheds.first.sched.tenant_last_reconfigured.get(
'tenant-one', 0)
self.assertEqual(before, after)
build_params = self.builds[0].parameters
self.assertEqual('refs/tags/newtag', build_params['zuul']['ref'])
self.assertFalse('oldrev' in build_params['zuul'])
self.assertEqual(sha, build_params['zuul']['newrev'])
self.assertEqual(
'https://github.com/org/project/releases/tag/newtag',
build_params['zuul']['change_url'])
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = False
self.executor_server.release()
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual('SUCCESS',
self.getJobFromHistory('project-tag').result)
@simple_layout('layouts/push-tag-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_push_event(self):
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'A')
old_sha = '0' * 40
new_sha = A.head_sha
A.setMerged("merging A")
pevent = self.fake_github.getPushEvent(project='org/project',
ref='refs/heads/master',
old_rev=old_sha,
new_rev=new_sha)
self.fake_github.emitEvent(pevent)
self.waitUntilSettled()
build_params = self.builds[0].parameters
self.assertEqual('refs/heads/master', build_params['zuul']['ref'])
self.assertFalse('oldrev' in build_params['zuul'])
self.assertEqual(new_sha, build_params['zuul']['newrev'])
self.assertEqual(
'https://github.com/org/project/commit/%s' % new_sha,
build_params['zuul']['change_url'])
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = False
self.executor_server.release()
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual('SUCCESS',
self.getJobFromHistory('project-post').result)
self.assertEqual(1, len(self.history))
# test unmatched push event
old_sha = random_sha1()
new_sha = random_sha1()
self.fake_github.emitEvent(
self.fake_github.getPushEvent('org/project',
'refs/heads/unmatched_branch',
old_sha, new_sha))
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(1, len(self.history))
@simple_layout('layouts/labeling-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_labels(self):
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'A')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.addLabel('test'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(1, len(self.history))
self.assertEqual('project-labels', self.history[0].name)
self.assertEqual(['tests passed'], A.labels)
# test label removed
B = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'B')
B.addLabel('do not test')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(B.removeLabel('do not test'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(2, len(self.history))
self.assertEqual('project-labels', self.history[1].name)
self.assertEqual(['tests passed'], B.labels)
# test unmatched label
C = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'C')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(C.addLabel('other label'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(2, len(self.history))
self.assertEqual(['other label'], C.labels)
@simple_layout('layouts/reviews-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_reviews(self):
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'A')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getReviewAddedEvent('approve'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(1, len(self.history))
self.assertEqual('project-reviews', self.history[0].name)
self.assertEqual(['tests passed'], A.labels)
# test_review_unmatched_event
B = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'B')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(B.getReviewAddedEvent('comment'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(1, len(self.history))
# test sending reviews
C = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'C')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(C.getCommentAddedEvent(
"I solemnly swear that I am up to no good"))
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual('project-reviews', self.history[0].name)
self.assertEqual(1, len(C.reviews))
self.assertEqual('APPROVE', C.reviews[0].as_dict()['state'])
@simple_layout('layouts/basic-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_timer_event(self):
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
self.commitConfigUpdate('org/common-config',
'layouts/timer-github.yaml')
self.scheds.execute(lambda app: app.sched.reconfigure(app.config))
time.sleep(2)
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(len(self.builds), 1)
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = False
# Stop queuing timer triggered jobs so that the assertions
# below don't race against more jobs being queued.
self.commitConfigUpdate('org/common-config',
'layouts/basic-github.yaml')
self.scheds.execute(lambda app: app.sched.reconfigure(app.config))
self.waitUntilSettled()
# If APScheduler is in mid-event when we remove the job, we
# can end up with one more event firing, so give it an extra
# second to settle.
time.sleep(1)
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.executor_server.release()
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertHistory([
dict(name='project-bitrot', result='SUCCESS',
ref='refs/heads/master'),
], ordered=False)
@simple_layout('layouts/dequeue-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_dequeue_pull_synchronized(self):
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(
'org/one-job-project', 'master', 'A')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
# event update stamp has resolution one second, wait so the latter
# one has newer timestamp
time.sleep(1)
# On a push to a PR Github may emit a pull_request_review event with
# the old head so send that right before the synchronized event.
review_event = A.getReviewAddedEvent('dismissed')
A.addCommit()
self.fake_github.emitEvent(review_event)
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestSynchronizeEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = False
self.executor_server.release()
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(2, len(self.history))
self.assertEqual(1, self.countJobResults(self.history, 'ABORTED'))
@simple_layout('layouts/dequeue-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_dequeue_pull_abandoned(self):
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(
'org/one-job-project', 'master', 'A')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestClosedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = False
self.executor_server.release()
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(1, len(self.history))
self.assertEqual(1, self.countJobResults(self.history, 'ABORTED'))
@simple_layout('layouts/basic-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_git_https_url(self):
"""Test that git_ssh option gives git url with ssh"""
tenant = self.scheds.first.sched.abide.tenants.get('tenant-one')
_, project = tenant.getProject('org/project')
url = self.fake_github.real_getGitUrl(project)
self.assertEqual('https://github.com/org/project', url)
@simple_layout('layouts/basic-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_git_ssh_url(self):
"""Test that git_ssh option gives git url with ssh"""
tenant = self.scheds.first.sched.abide.tenants.get('tenant-one')
_, project = tenant.getProject('org/project')
url = self.fake_github_ssh.real_getGitUrl(project)
self.assertEqual('ssh://git@github.com/org/project.git', url)
@simple_layout('layouts/basic-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_git_enterprise_url(self):
"""Test that git_url option gives git url with proper host"""
tenant = self.scheds.first.sched.abide.tenants.get('tenant-one')
_, project = tenant.getProject('org/project')
url = self.fake_github_ent.real_getGitUrl(project)
self.assertEqual('ssh://git@github.enterprise.io/org/project.git', url)
@simple_layout('layouts/reporting-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_reporting(self):
project = 'org/project'
github = self.fake_github.getGithubClient(None)
# pipeline reports pull status both on start and success
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(project, 'master', 'A')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
# We should have a status container for the head sha
self.assertIn(
A.head_sha, github.repo_from_project(project)._commits.keys())
statuses = self.fake_github.getCommitStatuses(project, A.head_sha)
# We should only have one status for the head sha
self.assertEqual(1, len(statuses))
check_status = statuses[0]
check_url = (
'http://zuul.example.com/t/tenant-one/status/change/%s,%s' %
(A.number, A.head_sha))
self.assertEqual('tenant-one/check', check_status['context'])
self.assertEqual('check status: pending',
check_status['description'])
self.assertEqual('pending', check_status['state'])
self.assertEqual(check_url, check_status['url'])
self.assertEqual(0, len(A.comments))
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = False
self.executor_server.release()
self.waitUntilSettled()
# We should only have two statuses for the head sha
statuses = self.fake_github.getCommitStatuses(project, A.head_sha)
self.assertEqual(2, len(statuses))
check_status = statuses[0]
check_url = 'http://zuul.example.com/t/tenant-one/buildset/'
self.assertEqual('tenant-one/check', check_status['context'])
self.assertEqual('check status: success',
check_status['description'])
self.assertEqual('success', check_status['state'])
self.assertThat(check_status['url'], StartsWith(check_url))
self.assertEqual(1, len(A.comments))
self.assertThat(A.comments[0],
MatchesRegex(r'.*Build succeeded.*', re.DOTALL))
# pipeline does not report any status but does comment
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
self.fake_github.emitEvent(
A.getCommentAddedEvent('reporting check'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
statuses = self.fake_github.getCommitStatuses(project, A.head_sha)
self.assertEqual(2, len(statuses))
# comments increased by one for the start message
self.assertEqual(2, len(A.comments))
self.assertThat(A.comments[1],
MatchesRegex(r'.*Starting reporting jobs.*',
re.DOTALL))
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = False
self.executor_server.release()
self.waitUntilSettled()
# pipeline reports success status
statuses = self.fake_github.getCommitStatuses(project, A.head_sha)
self.assertEqual(3, len(statuses))
report_status = statuses[0]
self.assertEqual('tenant-one/reporting', report_status['context'])
self.assertEqual('reporting status: success',
report_status['description'])
self.assertEqual('success', report_status['state'])
self.assertEqual(2, len(A.comments))
base = 'http://zuul.example.com/t/tenant-one/buildset/'
# Deconstructing the URL because we don't save the BuildSet UUID
# anywhere to do a direct comparison and doing regexp matches on a full
# URL is painful.
# The first part of the URL matches the easy base string
self.assertThat(report_status['url'], StartsWith(base))
# The rest of the URL is a UUID
self.assertThat(report_status['url'][len(base):],
MatchesRegex(r'^[a-fA-F0-9]{32}$'))
@simple_layout('layouts/reporting-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_truncated_status_description(self):
project = 'org/project'
# pipeline reports pull status both on start and success
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(project, 'master', 'A')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(
A.getCommentAddedEvent('long pipeline'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
statuses = self.fake_github.getCommitStatuses(project, A.head_sha)
self.assertEqual(1, len(statuses))
check_status = statuses[0]
# Status is truncated due to long pipeline name
self.assertEqual('status: pending',
check_status['description'])
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = False
self.executor_server.release()
self.waitUntilSettled()
# We should only have two statuses for the head sha
statuses = self.fake_github.getCommitStatuses(project, A.head_sha)
self.assertEqual(2, len(statuses))
check_status = statuses[0]
# Status is truncated due to long pipeline name
self.assertEqual('status: success',
check_status['description'])
@simple_layout('layouts/reporting-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_push_reporting(self):
project = 'org/project2'
# pipeline reports pull status both on start and success
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(project, 'master', 'A')
old_sha = '0' * 40
new_sha = A.head_sha
A.setMerged("merging A")
pevent = self.fake_github.getPushEvent(project=project,
ref='refs/heads/master',
old_rev=old_sha,
new_rev=new_sha)
self.fake_github.emitEvent(pevent)
self.waitUntilSettled()
# there should only be one report, a status
self.assertEqual(1, len(self.fake_github.github_data.reports))
# Verify the user/context/state of the status
status = ('zuul', 'tenant-one/push-reporting', 'pending')
self.assertEqual(status, self.fake_github.github_data.reports[0][-1])
# free the executor, allow the build to finish
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = False
self.executor_server.release()
self.waitUntilSettled()
# Now there should be a second report, the success of the build
self.assertEqual(2, len(self.fake_github.github_data.reports))
# Verify the user/context/state of the status
status = ('zuul', 'tenant-one/push-reporting', 'success')
self.assertEqual(status, self.fake_github.github_data.reports[-1][-1])
# now make a PR which should also comment
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(project, 'master', 'A')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
# Now there should be a four reports, a new comment
# and status
self.assertEqual(4, len(self.fake_github.github_data.reports))
self.executor_server.release()
self.waitUntilSettled()
@simple_layout("layouts/reporting-github.yaml", driver="github")
def test_reporting_checks_api_unauthorized(self):
# Using the checks API only works with app authentication. As all tests
# within the TestGithubDriver class are executed without app
# authentication, the checks API won't work here.
project = "org/project3"
github = self.fake_github.getGithubClient(None)
# The pipeline reports pull request status both on start and success.
# As we are not authenticated as app, this won't create or update any
# check runs, but should post two comments (start, success) informing
# the user about the missing authentication.
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(project, "master", "A")
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertIn(
A.head_sha, github.repo_from_project(project)._commits.keys()
)
check_runs = self.fake_github.getCommitChecks(project, A.head_sha)
self.assertEqual(0, len(check_runs))
expected_warning = (
"Unable to create or update check tenant-one/checks-api-reporting."
" Must be authenticated as app integration."
)
self.assertEqual(2, len(A.comments))
self.assertIn(expected_warning, A.comments[0])
self.assertIn(expected_warning, A.comments[1])
@simple_layout('layouts/merging-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_report_pull_merge(self):
# pipeline merges the pull request on success
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master',
'PR title',
body='I shouldnt be seen',
body_text='PR body')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getCommentAddedEvent('merge me'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertTrue(A.is_merged)
self.assertThat(A.merge_message,
MatchesRegex(r'.*PR title\n\nPR body.*', re.DOTALL))
self.assertThat(A.merge_message,
Not(MatchesRegex(
r'.*I shouldnt be seen.*',
re.DOTALL)))
self.assertEqual(len(A.comments), 0)
# pipeline merges the pull request on success after failure
self.fake_github.merge_failure = True
B = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'B')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(B.getCommentAddedEvent('merge me'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertFalse(B.is_merged)
self.assertEqual(len(B.comments), 1)
self.assertEqual(B.comments[0],
'Pull request merge failed: Unknown merge failure')
self.fake_github.merge_failure = False
# pipeline merges the pull request on second run of merge
# first merge failed on 405 Method Not Allowed error
self.fake_github.merge_not_allowed_count = 1
C = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'C')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(C.getCommentAddedEvent('merge me'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertTrue(C.is_merged)
# pipeline does not merge the pull request
# merge failed on 405 Method Not Allowed error - twice
self.fake_github.merge_not_allowed_count = 2
D = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'D')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(D.getCommentAddedEvent('merge me'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertFalse(D.is_merged)
self.assertEqual(len(D.comments), 1)
# Validate that the merge failure comment contains the message github
# returned
self.assertEqual(D.comments[0],
'Pull request merge failed: 403 Merge not allowed')
@simple_layout('layouts/merging-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_report_pull_merge_message_reviewed_by(self):
# pipeline merges the pull request on success
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'A')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getCommentAddedEvent('merge me'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertTrue(A.is_merged)
# assert that no 'Reviewed-By' is in merge commit message
self.assertThat(A.merge_message,
Not(MatchesRegex(r'.*Reviewed-By.*', re.DOTALL)))
B = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'B')
B.addReview('derp', 'APPROVED')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(B.getCommentAddedEvent('merge me'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertTrue(B.is_merged)
# assert that single 'Reviewed-By' is in merge commit message
self.assertThat(B.merge_message,
MatchesRegex(
r'.*Reviewed-by: derp <derp@example.com>.*',
re.DOTALL))
C = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'C')
C.addReview('derp', 'APPROVED')
C.addReview('herp', 'COMMENTED')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(C.getCommentAddedEvent('merge me'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertTrue(C.is_merged)
# assert that multiple 'Reviewed-By's are in merge commit message
self.assertThat(C.merge_message,
MatchesRegex(
r'.*Reviewed-by: derp <derp@example.com>.*',
re.DOTALL))
self.assertThat(C.merge_message,
MatchesRegex(
r'.*Reviewed-by: herp <herp@example.com>.*',
re.DOTALL))
@simple_layout('layouts/dependent-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_draft_pr(self):
# pipeline merges the pull request on success
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master',
'PR title', draft=True)
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.addLabel('merge'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
# A draft pull request must not enter the gate
self.assertFalse(A.is_merged)
self.assertHistory([])
@simple_layout('layouts/reporting-multiple-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_reporting_multiple_github(self):
project = 'org/project1'
github = self.fake_github.getGithubClient(None)
# pipeline reports pull status both on start and success
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(project, 'master', 'A')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
# open one on B as well, which should not effect A reporting
B = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project2', 'master',
'B')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(B.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
# We should have a status container for the head sha
statuses = self.fake_github.getCommitStatuses(project, A.head_sha)
self.assertIn(
A.head_sha, github.repo_from_project(project)._commits.keys())
# We should only have one status for the head sha
self.assertEqual(1, len(statuses))
check_status = statuses[0]
check_url = (
'http://zuul.example.com/t/tenant-one/status/change/%s,%s' %
(A.number, A.head_sha))
self.assertEqual('tenant-one/check', check_status['context'])
self.assertEqual('check status: pending', check_status['description'])
self.assertEqual('pending', check_status['state'])
self.assertEqual(check_url, check_status['url'])
self.assertEqual(0, len(A.comments))
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = False
self.executor_server.release()
self.waitUntilSettled()
# We should only have two statuses for the head sha
statuses = self.fake_github.getCommitStatuses(project, A.head_sha)
self.assertEqual(2, len(statuses))
check_status = statuses[0]
check_url = 'http://zuul.example.com/t/tenant-one/buildset/'
self.assertEqual('tenant-one/check', check_status['context'])
self.assertEqual('success', check_status['state'])
self.assertEqual('check status: success', check_status['description'])
self.assertThat(check_status['url'], StartsWith(check_url))
self.assertEqual(1, len(A.comments))
self.assertThat(A.comments[0],
MatchesRegex(r'.*Build succeeded.*', re.DOTALL))
@simple_layout('layouts/dependent-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_parallel_changes(self):
"Test that changes are tested in parallel and merged in series"
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'A')
B = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'B')
C = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'C')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.addLabel('merge'))
self.fake_github.emitEvent(B.addLabel('merge'))
self.fake_github.emitEvent(C.addLabel('merge'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(len(self.builds), 1)
self.assertEqual(self.builds[0].name, 'project-merge')
self.assertTrue(self.builds[0].hasChanges(A))
self.executor_server.release('.*-merge')
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(len(self.builds), 3)
self.assertEqual(self.builds[0].name, 'project-test1')
self.assertTrue(self.builds[0].hasChanges(A))
self.assertEqual(self.builds[1].name, 'project-test2')
self.assertTrue(self.builds[1].hasChanges(A))
self.assertEqual(self.builds[2].name, 'project-merge')
self.assertTrue(self.builds[2].hasChanges(A, B))
self.executor_server.release('.*-merge')
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(len(self.builds), 5)
self.assertEqual(self.builds[0].name, 'project-test1')
self.assertTrue(self.builds[0].hasChanges(A))
self.assertEqual(self.builds[1].name, 'project-test2')
self.assertTrue(self.builds[1].hasChanges(A))
self.assertEqual(self.builds[2].name, 'project-test1')
self.assertTrue(self.builds[2].hasChanges(A))
self.assertEqual(self.builds[3].name, 'project-test2')
self.assertTrue(self.builds[3].hasChanges(A, B))
self.assertEqual(self.builds[4].name, 'project-merge')
self.assertTrue(self.builds[4].hasChanges(A, B, C))
self.executor_server.release('.*-merge')
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(len(self.builds), 6)
self.assertEqual(self.builds[0].name, 'project-test1')
self.assertTrue(self.builds[0].hasChanges(A))
self.assertEqual(self.builds[1].name, 'project-test2')
self.assertTrue(self.builds[1].hasChanges(A))
self.assertEqual(self.builds[2].name, 'project-test1')
self.assertTrue(self.builds[2].hasChanges(A, B))
self.assertEqual(self.builds[3].name, 'project-test2')
self.assertTrue(self.builds[3].hasChanges(A, B))
self.assertEqual(self.builds[4].name, 'project-test1')
self.assertTrue(self.builds[4].hasChanges(A, B, C))
self.assertEqual(self.builds[5].name, 'project-test2')
self.assertTrue(self.builds[5].hasChanges(A, B, C))
all_builds = self.builds[:]
self.release(all_builds[2])
self.release(all_builds[3])
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertFalse(A.is_merged)
self.assertFalse(B.is_merged)
self.assertFalse(C.is_merged)
self.release(all_builds[0])
self.release(all_builds[1])
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertTrue(A.is_merged)
self.assertTrue(B.is_merged)
self.assertFalse(C.is_merged)
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = False
self.executor_server.release()
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(len(self.builds), 0)
self.assertEqual(len(self.history), 9)
self.assertTrue(C.is_merged)
self.assertNotIn('merge', A.labels)
self.assertNotIn('merge', B.labels)
self.assertNotIn('merge', C.labels)
@simple_layout('layouts/dependent-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_failed_changes(self):
"Test that a change behind a failed change is retested"
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'A')
B = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'B')
self.executor_server.failJob('project-test1', A)
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.addLabel('merge'))
self.fake_github.emitEvent(B.addLabel('merge'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.executor_server.release('.*-merge')
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = False
self.executor_server.release()
self.waitUntilSettled()
# It's certain that the merge job for change 2 will run, but
# the test1 and test2 jobs may or may not run.
self.assertTrue(len(self.history) > 6)
self.assertFalse(A.is_merged)
self.assertTrue(B.is_merged)
self.assertNotIn('merge', A.labels)
self.assertNotIn('merge', B.labels)
@simple_layout('layouts/dependent-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_failed_change_at_head(self):
"Test that if a change at the head fails, jobs behind it are canceled"
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'A')
B = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'B')
C = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'C')
self.executor_server.failJob('project-test1', A)
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.addLabel('merge'))
self.fake_github.emitEvent(B.addLabel('merge'))
self.fake_github.emitEvent(C.addLabel('merge'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(len(self.builds), 1)
self.assertEqual(self.builds[0].name, 'project-merge')
self.assertTrue(self.builds[0].hasChanges(A))
self.executor_server.release('.*-merge')
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.executor_server.release('.*-merge')
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.executor_server.release('.*-merge')
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(len(self.builds), 6)
self.assertEqual(self.builds[0].name, 'project-test1')
self.assertEqual(self.builds[1].name, 'project-test2')
self.assertEqual(self.builds[2].name, 'project-test1')
self.assertEqual(self.builds[3].name, 'project-test2')
self.assertEqual(self.builds[4].name, 'project-test1')
self.assertEqual(self.builds[5].name, 'project-test2')
self.release(self.builds[0])
self.waitUntilSettled()
# project-test2, project-merge for B
self.assertEqual(len(self.builds), 2)
self.assertEqual(self.countJobResults(self.history, 'ABORTED'), 4)
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = False
self.executor_server.release()
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(len(self.builds), 0)
self.assertEqual(len(self.history), 15)
self.assertFalse(A.is_merged)
self.assertTrue(B.is_merged)
self.assertTrue(C.is_merged)
self.assertNotIn('merge', A.labels)
self.assertNotIn('merge', B.labels)
self.assertNotIn('merge', C.labels)
def _test_push_event_reconfigure(self, project, branch,
expect_reconfigure=False,
old_sha=None, new_sha=None,
modified_files=None,
removed_files=None,
expected_cat_jobs=None):
pevent = self.fake_github.getPushEvent(
project=project,
ref='refs/heads/%s' % branch,
old_rev=old_sha,
new_rev=new_sha,
modified_files=modified_files,
removed_files=removed_files)
# record previous tenant reconfiguration time, which may not be set
old = self.scheds.first.sched.tenant_last_reconfigured\
.get('tenant-one', 0)
self.waitUntilSettled()
if expected_cat_jobs is not None:
# clear the gearman jobs history so we can count the cat jobs
# issued during reconfiguration
self.gearman_server.jobs_history.clear()
self.fake_github.emitEvent(pevent)
self.waitUntilSettled()
new = self.scheds.first.sched.tenant_last_reconfigured\
.get('tenant-one', 0)
if expect_reconfigure:
# New timestamp should be greater than the old timestamp
self.assertLess(old, new)
else:
# Timestamps should be equal as no reconfiguration shall happen
self.assertEqual(old, new)
if expected_cat_jobs is not None:
# Check the expected number of cat jobs here as the (empty) config
# of org/project should be cached.
cat_jobs = set([job for job in self.gearman_server.jobs_history
if job.name == b'merger:cat'])
self.assertEqual(expected_cat_jobs, len(cat_jobs), cat_jobs)
@simple_layout('layouts/basic-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_push_event_reconfigure(self):
self._test_push_event_reconfigure('org/common-config', 'master',
modified_files=['zuul.yaml'],
old_sha='0' * 40,
expect_reconfigure=True,
expected_cat_jobs=1)
@simple_layout('layouts/basic-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_push_event_reconfigure_complex_branch(self):
branch = 'feature/somefeature'
project = 'org/common-config'
# prepare an existing branch
self.create_branch(project, branch)
github = self.fake_github.getGithubClient()
repo = github.repo_from_project(project)
repo._create_branch(branch)
repo._set_branch_protection(branch, False)
self.fake_github.emitEvent(
self.fake_github.getPushEvent(
project,
ref='refs/heads/%s' % branch))
self.waitUntilSettled()
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(project, branch, 'A')
old_sha = A.head_sha
A.setMerged("merging A")
new_sha = random_sha1()
self._test_push_event_reconfigure(project, branch,
expect_reconfigure=True,
old_sha=old_sha,
new_sha=new_sha,
modified_files=['zuul.yaml'],
expected_cat_jobs=1)
# there are no exclude-unprotected-branches in the test class, so a
# reconfigure shall occur
repo._delete_branch(branch)
self._test_push_event_reconfigure(project, branch,
expect_reconfigure=True,
old_sha=new_sha,
new_sha='0' * 40,
removed_files=['zuul.yaml'])
# TODO(jlk): Make this a more generic test for unknown project
@skip("Skipped for rewrite of webhook handler")
@simple_layout('layouts/basic-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_ping_event(self):
# Test valid ping
pevent = {'repository': {'full_name': 'org/project'}}
resp = self.fake_github.emitEvent(('ping', pevent))
self.assertEqual(resp.status_code, 200, "Ping event didn't succeed")
# Test invalid ping
pevent = {'repository': {'full_name': 'unknown-project'}}
self.assertRaises(
urllib.error.HTTPError,
self.fake_github.emitEvent,
('ping', pevent),
)
@simple_layout('layouts/gate-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_status_checks(self):
github = self.fake_github.getGithubClient()
repo = github.repo_from_project('org/project')
repo._set_branch_protection(
'master', contexts=['tenant-one/check', 'tenant-one/gate'])
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'A')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
# since the required status 'tenant-one/check' is not fulfilled no
# job is expected
self.assertEqual(0, len(self.history))
# now set a failing status 'tenant-one/check'
repo = github.repo_from_project('org/project')
repo.create_status(A.head_sha, 'failed', 'example.com', 'description',
'tenant-one/check')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(0, len(self.history))
# now set a successful status followed by a failing status to check
# that the later failed status wins
repo.create_status(A.head_sha, 'success', 'example.com', 'description',
'tenant-one/check')
repo.create_status(A.head_sha, 'failed', 'example.com', 'description',
'tenant-one/check')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(0, len(self.history))
# now set the required status 'tenant-one/check'
repo.create_status(A.head_sha, 'success', 'example.com', 'description',
'tenant-one/check')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
# the change should have entered the gate
self.assertEqual(2, len(self.history))
# This test case verifies that no reconfiguration happens if a branch was
# deleted that didn't contain configuration.
@simple_layout('layouts/basic-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_no_reconfigure_on_non_config_branch_delete(self):
branch = 'feature/somefeature'
project = 'org/common-config'
# prepare an existing branch
self.create_branch(project, branch)
github = self.fake_github.getGithubClient()
repo = github.repo_from_project(project)
repo._create_branch(branch)
repo._set_branch_protection(branch, False)
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(project, branch, 'A')
old_sha = A.head_sha
A.setMerged("merging A")
new_sha = random_sha1()
self._test_push_event_reconfigure(project, branch,
expect_reconfigure=False,
old_sha=old_sha,
new_sha=new_sha,
modified_files=['README.md'])
# Check if deleting that branch is ignored as well
repo._delete_branch(branch)
self._test_push_event_reconfigure(project, branch,
expect_reconfigure=False,
old_sha=new_sha,
new_sha='0' * 40,
modified_files=['README.md'])
@simple_layout('layouts/basic-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_client_dequeue_change_github(self):
"Test that the RPC client can dequeue a github pull request"
client = zuul.rpcclient.RPCClient('127.0.0.1',
self.gearman_server.port)
self.addCleanup(client.shutdown)
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'A')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
client.dequeue(
tenant='tenant-one',
pipeline='check',
project='org/project',
change='{},{}'.format(A.number, A.head_sha),
ref=None)
self.waitUntilSettled()
tenant = self.scheds.first.sched.abide.tenants.get('tenant-one')
check_pipeline = tenant.layout.pipelines['check']
self.assertEqual(check_pipeline.getAllItems(), [])
self.assertEqual(self.countJobResults(self.history, 'ABORTED'), 2)
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = False
self.executor_server.release()
self.waitUntilSettled()
@simple_layout('layouts/basic-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_client_enqueue_change_github(self):
"Test that the RPC client can enqueue a pull request"
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'A')
client = zuul.rpcclient.RPCClient('127.0.0.1',
self.gearman_server.port)
self.addCleanup(client.shutdown)
r = client.enqueue(tenant='tenant-one',
pipeline='check',
project='org/project',
trigger='github',
change='{},{}'.format(A.number, A.head_sha))
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(self.getJobFromHistory('project-test1').result,
'SUCCESS')
self.assertEqual(self.getJobFromHistory('project-test2').result,
'SUCCESS')
self.assertEqual(r, True)
# check that change_url is correct
job1_params = self.getJobFromHistory('project-test1').parameters
job2_params = self.getJobFromHistory('project-test2').parameters
self.assertEquals('https://github.com/org/project/pull/1',
job1_params['zuul']['items'][0]['change_url'])
self.assertEquals('https://github.com/org/project/pull/1',
job2_params['zuul']['items'][0]['change_url'])
@simple_layout('layouts/basic-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_pull_commit_race(self):
"""Test graceful handling of delayed availability of commits"""
github = self.fake_github.getGithubClient('org/project')
repo = github.repo_from_project('org/project')
repo.fail_not_found = 1
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'A')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual('SUCCESS',
self.getJobFromHistory('project-test1').result)
self.assertEqual('SUCCESS',
self.getJobFromHistory('project-test2').result)
job = self.getJobFromHistory('project-test2')
zuulvars = job.parameters['zuul']
self.assertEqual(str(A.number), zuulvars['change'])
self.assertEqual(str(A.head_sha), zuulvars['patchset'])
self.assertEqual('master', zuulvars['branch'])
self.assertEqual(1, len(A.comments))
self.assertThat(
A.comments[0],
MatchesRegex(r'.*\[project-test1 \]\(.*\).*', re.DOTALL))
self.assertThat(
A.comments[0],
MatchesRegex(r'.*\[project-test2 \]\(.*\).*', re.DOTALL))
self.assertEqual(2, len(self.history))
@simple_layout('layouts/gate-github-cherry-pick.yaml', driver='github')
def test_merge_method_cherry_pick(self):
"""
Tests that the merge mode gets forwarded to the reporter and the
merge fails because cherry-pick is not supported by github.
"""
github = self.fake_github.getGithubClient()
repo = github.repo_from_project('org/project')
repo._set_branch_protection(
'master', contexts=['tenant-one/check', 'tenant-one/gate'])
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'A')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
repo = github.repo_from_project('org/project')
repo.create_status(A.head_sha, 'success', 'example.com', 'description',
'tenant-one/check')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
# the change should have entered the gate
self.assertEqual(2, len(self.history))
# Merge should have failed because cherry-pick is not supported
self.assertEqual(2, len(A.comments))
self.assertFalse(A.is_merged)
self.assertEquals(A.comments[1],
'Merge mode cherry-pick not supported by Github')
@simple_layout('layouts/gate-github-squash-merge.yaml', driver='github')
def test_merge_method_squash_merge(self):
"""
Tests that the merge mode gets forwarded to the reporter and the
merge fails because cherry-pick is not supported by github.
"""
github = self.fake_github.getGithubClient()
repo = github.repo_from_project('org/project')
repo._set_branch_protection(
'master', contexts=['tenant-one/check', 'tenant-one/gate'])
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'A')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
repo = github.repo_from_project('org/project')
repo.create_status(A.head_sha, 'success', 'example.com', 'description',
'tenant-one/check')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
# the change should have entered the gate
self.assertEqual(2, len(self.history))
# now check if the merge was done via rebase
merges = [report for report in self.fake_github.github_data.reports
if report[2] == 'merge']
assert(len(merges) == 1 and merges[0][3] == 'squash')
class TestGithubUnprotectedBranches(ZuulTestCase):
config_file = 'zuul-github-driver.conf'
tenant_config_file = 'config/unprotected-branches/main.yaml'
def test_unprotected_branches(self):
tenant = self.scheds.first.sched.abide.tenants\
.get('tenant-one')
project1 = tenant.untrusted_projects[0]
project2 = tenant.untrusted_projects[1]
tpc1 = tenant.project_configs[project1.canonical_name]
tpc2 = tenant.project_configs[project2.canonical_name]
# project1 should have parsed master
self.assertIn('master', tpc1.parsed_branch_config.keys())
# project2 should have no parsed branch
self.assertEqual(0, len(tpc2.parsed_branch_config.keys()))
# now enable branch protection and trigger reload
github = self.fake_github.getGithubClient()
repo = github.repo_from_project('org/project2')
repo._set_branch_protection('master', True)
self.scheds.execute(lambda app: app.sched.reconfigure(app.config))
self.waitUntilSettled()
tenant = self.scheds.first.sched.abide.tenants.get('tenant-one')
tpc1 = tenant.project_configs[project1.canonical_name]
tpc2 = tenant.project_configs[project2.canonical_name]
# project1 and project2 should have parsed master now
self.assertIn('master', tpc1.parsed_branch_config.keys())
self.assertIn('master', tpc2.parsed_branch_config.keys())
def test_filtered_branches_in_build(self):
"""
Tests unprotected branches are filtered in builds if excluded
"""
self.executor_server.keep_jobdir = True
# Enable branch protection on org/project2@master
github = self.fake_github.getGithubClient()
repo = github.repo_from_project('org/project2')
self.create_branch('org/project2', 'feat-x')
repo._set_branch_protection('master', True)
# Enable branch protection on org/project3@stable. We'll use a PR on
# this branch as a depends-on to validate that the stable branch
# which is not protected in org/project3 is not filtered out.
repo = github.repo_from_project('org/project3')
self.create_branch('org/project3', 'stable')
repo._set_branch_protection('stable', True)
self.scheds.execute(lambda app: app.sched.reconfigure(app.config))
self.waitUntilSettled()
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project3', 'stable', 'A')
msg = "Depends-On: https://github.com/org/project1/pull/%s" % A.number
B = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project2', 'master', 'B',
body=msg)
self.fake_github.emitEvent(B.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
build = self.history[0]
path = os.path.join(
build.jobdir.src_root, 'github.com', 'org/project2')
build_repo = git.Repo(path)
branches = [x.name for x in build_repo.branches]
self.assertNotIn('feat-x', branches)
self.assertHistory([
dict(name='used-job', result='SUCCESS',
changes="%s,%s %s,%s" % (A.number, A.head_sha,
B.number, B.head_sha)),
])
def test_unfiltered_branches_in_build(self):
"""
Tests unprotected branches are not filtered in builds if not excluded
"""
self.executor_server.keep_jobdir = True
# Enable branch protection on org/project1@master
github = self.fake_github.getGithubClient()
repo = github.repo_from_project('org/project1')
self.create_branch('org/project1', 'feat-x')
repo._set_branch_protection('master', True)
self.scheds.execute(lambda app: app.sched.reconfigure(app.config))
self.waitUntilSettled()
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project1', 'master', 'A')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
build = self.history[0]
path = os.path.join(
build.jobdir.src_root, 'github.com', 'org/project1')
build_repo = git.Repo(path)
branches = [x.name for x in build_repo.branches]
self.assertIn('feat-x', branches)
self.assertHistory([
dict(name='project-test', result='SUCCESS',
changes="%s,%s" % (A.number, A.head_sha)),
])
def test_unprotected_push(self):
"""Test that unprotected pushes don't cause tenant reconfigurations"""
# Prepare repo with an initial commit
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project2', 'master', 'A')
A.setMerged("merging A")
# Do a push on top of A
pevent = self.fake_github.getPushEvent(project='org/project2',
old_rev=A.head_sha,
ref='refs/heads/master',
modified_files=['zuul.yaml'])
# record previous tenant reconfiguration time, which may not be set
old = self.scheds.first.sched.tenant_last_reconfigured\
.get('tenant-one', 0)
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.fake_github.emitEvent(pevent)
self.waitUntilSettled()
new = self.scheds.first.sched.tenant_last_reconfigured\
.get('tenant-one', 0)
# We don't expect a reconfiguration because the push was to an
# unprotected branch
self.assertEqual(old, new)
# now enable branch protection and trigger the push event again
github = self.fake_github.getGithubClient()
repo = github.repo_from_project('org/project2')
repo._set_branch_protection('master', True)
self.fake_github.emitEvent(pevent)
self.waitUntilSettled()
new = self.scheds.first.sched.tenant_last_reconfigured\
.get('tenant-one', 0)
# We now expect that zuul reconfigured itself
self.assertLess(old, new)
def test_protected_branch_delete(self):
"""Test that protected branch deletes trigger a tenant reconfig"""
# Prepare repo with an initial commit and enable branch protection
github = self.fake_github.getGithubClient()
repo = github.repo_from_project('org/project2')
repo._set_branch_protection('master', True)
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project2', 'master', 'A')
A.setMerged("merging A")
# add a spare branch so that the project is not empty after master gets
# deleted.
repo._create_branch('feat-x')
self.scheds.execute(lambda app: app.sched.reconfigure(app.config))
self.waitUntilSettled()
# record previous tenant reconfiguration time, which may not be set
old = self.scheds.first.sched.tenant_last_reconfigured\
.get('tenant-one', 0)
self.waitUntilSettled()
# Delete the branch
repo._delete_branch('master')
pevent = self.fake_github.getPushEvent(project='org/project2',
old_rev=A.head_sha,
new_rev='0' * 40,
ref='refs/heads/master',
modified_files=['zuul.yaml'])
self.fake_github.emitEvent(pevent)
self.waitUntilSettled()
new = self.scheds.first.sched.tenant_last_reconfigured\
.get('tenant-one', 0)
# We now expect that zuul reconfigured itself as we deleted a protected
# branch
self.assertLess(old, new)
# This test verifies that a PR is considered in case it was created for
# a branch just has been set to protected before a tenant reconfiguration
# took place.
def test_reconfigure_on_pr_to_new_protected_branch(self):
self.create_branch('org/project2', 'release')
github = self.fake_github.getGithubClient()
repo = github.repo_from_project('org/project2')
repo._set_branch_protection('master', True)
repo._create_branch('release')
repo._create_branch('feature')
self.scheds.execute(lambda app: app.sched.reconfigure(app.config))
self.waitUntilSettled()
repo._set_branch_protection('release', True)
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(
'org/project2', 'release', 'A')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = False
self.executor_server.release()
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual('SUCCESS',
self.getJobFromHistory('used-job').result)
job = self.getJobFromHistory('used-job')
zuulvars = job.parameters['zuul']
self.assertEqual(str(A.number), zuulvars['change'])
self.assertEqual(str(A.head_sha), zuulvars['patchset'])
self.assertEqual('release', zuulvars['branch'])
self.assertEqual(1, len(self.history))
def _test_push_event_reconfigure(self, project, branch,
expect_reconfigure=False,
old_sha=None, new_sha=None,
modified_files=None,
removed_files=None,
expected_cat_jobs=None):
pevent = self.fake_github.getPushEvent(
project=project,
ref='refs/heads/%s' % branch,
old_rev=old_sha,
new_rev=new_sha,
modified_files=modified_files,
removed_files=removed_files)
# record previous tenant reconfiguration time, which may not be set
old = self.scheds.first.sched.tenant_last_reconfigured\
.get('tenant-one', 0)
self.waitUntilSettled()
if expected_cat_jobs is not None:
# clear the gearman jobs history so we can count the cat jobs
# issued during reconfiguration
self.gearman_server.jobs_history.clear()
self.fake_github.emitEvent(pevent)
self.waitUntilSettled()
new = self.scheds.first.sched.tenant_last_reconfigured\
.get('tenant-one', 0)
if expect_reconfigure:
# New timestamp should be greater than the old timestamp
self.assertLess(old, new)
else:
# Timestamps should be equal as no reconfiguration shall happen
self.assertEqual(old, new)
if expected_cat_jobs is not None:
# Check the expected number of cat jobs here as the (empty) config
# of org/project should be cached.
cat_jobs = set([job for job in self.gearman_server.jobs_history
if job.name == b'merger:cat'])
self.assertEqual(expected_cat_jobs, len(cat_jobs), cat_jobs)
def test_push_event_reconfigure_complex_branch(self):
branch = 'feature/somefeature'
project = 'org/project2'
# prepare an existing branch
self.create_branch(project, branch)
github = self.fake_github.getGithubClient()
repo = github.repo_from_project(project)
repo._create_branch(branch)
repo._set_branch_protection(branch, False)
self.fake_github.emitEvent(
self.fake_github.getPushEvent(
project,
ref='refs/heads/%s' % branch))
self.waitUntilSettled()
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(project, branch, 'A')
old_sha = A.head_sha
A.setMerged("merging A")
new_sha = random_sha1()
# branch is not protected, no reconfiguration even if config file
self._test_push_event_reconfigure(project, branch,
expect_reconfigure=False,
old_sha=old_sha,
new_sha=new_sha,
modified_files=['zuul.yaml'],
expected_cat_jobs=0)
# branch is not protected: no reconfiguration
repo._delete_branch(branch)
self._test_push_event_reconfigure(project, branch,
expect_reconfigure=False,
old_sha=new_sha,
new_sha='0' * 40,
removed_files=['zuul.yaml'])
class TestGithubWebhook(ZuulTestCase):
config_file = 'zuul-github-driver.conf'
def setUp(self):
super(TestGithubWebhook, self).setUp()
# Start the web server
self.web = self.useFixture(
ZuulWebFixture(self.gearman_server.port, self.changes, self.config,
self.additional_event_queues, self.upstream_root,
self.rpcclient, self.poller_events,
self.git_url_with_auth, self.addCleanup,
self.test_root))
host = '127.0.0.1'
# Wait until web server is started
while True:
port = self.web.port
try:
with socket.create_connection((host, port)):
break
except ConnectionRefusedError:
pass
self.fake_github.setZuulWebPort(port)
def tearDown(self):
super(TestGithubWebhook, self).tearDown()
@simple_layout('layouts/basic-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_webhook(self):
"""Test that we can get github events via zuul-web."""
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master', 'A')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent(),
use_zuulweb=True)
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = False
self.executor_server.release()
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual('SUCCESS',
self.getJobFromHistory('project-test1').result)
self.assertEqual('SUCCESS',
self.getJobFromHistory('project-test2').result)
job = self.getJobFromHistory('project-test2')
zuulvars = job.parameters['zuul']
self.assertEqual(str(A.number), zuulvars['change'])
self.assertEqual(str(A.head_sha), zuulvars['patchset'])
self.assertEqual('master', zuulvars['branch'])
self.assertEqual(1, len(A.comments))
self.assertThat(
A.comments[0],
MatchesRegex(r'.*\[project-test1 \]\(.*\).*', re.DOTALL))
self.assertThat(
A.comments[0],
MatchesRegex(r'.*\[project-test2 \]\(.*\).*', re.DOTALL))
self.assertEqual(2, len(self.history))
# test_pull_unmatched_branch_event(self):
self.create_branch('org/project', 'unmatched_branch')
B = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(
'org/project', 'unmatched_branch', 'B')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(B.getPullRequestOpenedEvent(),
use_zuulweb=True)
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertEqual(2, len(self.history))
class TestGithubShaCache(BaseTestCase):
def testInsert(self):
cache = GithubShaCache()
pr_dict = {
'head': {
'sha': '123456',
},
'number': 1,
'state': 'open',
}
cache.update('foo/bar', pr_dict)
self.assertEqual(cache.get('foo/bar', '123456'), set({1}))
def testRemoval(self):
cache = GithubShaCache()
pr_dict = {
'head': {
'sha': '123456',
},
'number': 1,
'state': 'open',
}
cache.update('foo/bar', pr_dict)
self.assertEqual(cache.get('foo/bar', '123456'), set({1}))
# Create 4096 entries so original falls off.
for x in range(0, 4096):
pr_dict['head']['sha'] = str(x)
cache.update('foo/bar', pr_dict)
cache.get('foo/bar', str(x))
self.assertEqual(cache.get('foo/bar', '123456'), set())
def testMultiInsert(self):
cache = GithubShaCache()
pr_dict = {
'head': {
'sha': '123456',
},
'number': 1,
'state': 'open',
}
cache.update('foo/bar', pr_dict)
self.assertEqual(cache.get('foo/bar', '123456'), set({1}))
pr_dict['number'] = 2
cache.update('foo/bar', pr_dict)
self.assertEqual(cache.get('foo/bar', '123456'), set({1, 2}))
def testMultiProjectInsert(self):
cache = GithubShaCache()
pr_dict = {
'head': {
'sha': '123456',
},
'number': 1,
'state': 'open',
}
cache.update('foo/bar', pr_dict)
self.assertEqual(cache.get('foo/bar', '123456'), set({1}))
cache.update('foo/baz', pr_dict)
self.assertEqual(cache.get('foo/baz', '123456'), set({1}))
def testNoMatch(self):
cache = GithubShaCache()
pr_dict = {
'head': {
'sha': '123456',
},
'number': 1,
'state': 'open',
}
cache.update('foo/bar', pr_dict)
self.assertEqual(cache.get('bar/foo', '789'), set())
self.assertEqual(cache.get('foo/bar', '789'), set())
def testClosedPRRemains(self):
cache = GithubShaCache()
pr_dict = {
'head': {
'sha': '123456',
},
'number': 1,
'state': 'closed',
}
cache.update('foo/bar', pr_dict)
self.assertEqual(cache.get('foo/bar', '123456'), set({1}))
class TestGithubAppDriver(ZuulGithubAppTestCase):
"""Inheriting from ZuulGithubAppTestCase will enable app authentication"""
config_file = 'zuul-github-driver.conf'
@simple_layout("layouts/reporting-github.yaml", driver="github")
def test_reporting_checks_api(self):
"""Using the checks API only works with app authentication"""
project = "org/project3"
github = self.fake_github.getGithubClient(None)
repo = github.repo_from_project('org/project3')
repo._set_branch_protection(
'master', contexts=['tenant-one/checks-api-reporting',
'tenant-one/gate'])
# pipeline reports pull request status both on start and success
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(project, "master", "A")
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
# We should have a pending check for the head sha
self.assertIn(
A.head_sha, github.repo_from_project(project)._commits.keys())
check_runs = self.fake_github.getCommitChecks(project, A.head_sha)
self.assertEqual(1, len(check_runs))
check_run = check_runs[0]
self.assertEqual("tenant-one/checks-api-reporting", check_run["name"])
self.assertEqual("in_progress", check_run["status"])
self.assertThat(
check_run["output"]["summary"],
MatchesRegex(r'.*Starting checks-api-reporting jobs.*', re.DOTALL)
)
# The external id should be a json-string containing all relevant
# information to uniquely identify this change.
self.assertEqual(
json.dumps(
{
"tenant": "tenant-one",
"pipeline": "checks-api-reporting",
"change": 1
}
),
check_run["external_id"],
)
# A running check run should provide a custom abort action
self.assertEqual(1, len(check_run["actions"]))
self.assertEqual(
{
"identifier": "abort",
"description": "Abort this check run",
"label": "Abort",
},
check_run["actions"][0],
)
# TODO (felix): How can we test if the details_url was set correctly?
# How can the details_url be configured on the test case?
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = False
self.executor_server.release()
self.waitUntilSettled()
# We should now have an updated status for the head sha
check_runs = self.fake_github.getCommitChecks(project, A.head_sha)
self.assertEqual(1, len(check_runs))
check_run = check_runs[0]
self.assertEqual("tenant-one/checks-api-reporting", check_run["name"])
self.assertEqual("completed", check_run["status"])
self.assertEqual("success", check_run["conclusion"])
self.assertThat(
check_run["output"]["summary"],
MatchesRegex(r'.*Build succeeded.*', re.DOTALL)
)
self.assertIsNotNone(check_run["completed_at"])
# A completed check run should not provide any custom actions
self.assertEqual(0, len(check_run["actions"]))
# Tell gate to merge to test checks requirements
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getCommentAddedEvent('merge me'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
self.assertTrue(A.is_merged)
@simple_layout("layouts/reporting-github.yaml", driver="github")
def test_reporting_checks_api_dequeue(self):
"Test that a dequeued change will be reported back to the check run"
project = "org/project3"
github = self.fake_github.getGithubClient(None)
client = zuul.rpcclient.RPCClient(
"127.0.0.1", self.gearman_server.port
)
self.addCleanup(client.shutdown)
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(project, "master", "A")
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
# We should have a pending check for the head sha
self.assertIn(
A.head_sha, github.repo_from_project(project)._commits.keys())
check_runs = self.fake_github.getCommitChecks(project, A.head_sha)
self.assertEqual(1, len(check_runs))
check_run = check_runs[0]
self.assertEqual("tenant-one/checks-api-reporting", check_run["name"])
self.assertEqual("in_progress", check_run["status"])
self.assertThat(
check_run["output"]["summary"],
MatchesRegex(r'.*Starting checks-api-reporting jobs.*', re.DOTALL)
)
# Use the client to dequeue the pending change
client.dequeue(
tenant="tenant-one",
pipeline="checks-api-reporting",
project="org/project3",
change="{},{}".format(A.number, A.head_sha),
ref=None,
)
self.waitUntilSettled()
# We should now have a cancelled check run for the head sha
check_runs = self.fake_github.getCommitChecks(project, A.head_sha)
self.assertEqual(1, len(check_runs))
check_run = check_runs[0]
self.assertEqual("tenant-one/checks-api-reporting", check_run["name"])
self.assertEqual("completed", check_run["status"])
self.assertEqual("cancelled", check_run["conclusion"])
self.assertThat(
check_run["output"]["summary"],
MatchesRegex(r'.*Build canceled.*', re.DOTALL)
)
self.assertIsNotNone(check_run["completed_at"])
@simple_layout("layouts/reporting-github.yaml", driver="github")
def test_update_non_existing_check_run(self):
project = "org/project3"
github = self.fake_github.getGithubClient(None)
# pipeline reports pull request status both on start and success
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(project, "master", "A")
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
# We should have a pending check for the head sha
commit = github.repo_from_project(project)._commits.get(A.head_sha)
check_runs = commit.check_runs()
self.assertEqual(1, len(check_runs))
# Delete this check_run to simulate a failed check_run creation
commit._check_runs = []
# Now run the build and check if the update of the check_run could
# still be accomplished.
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = False
self.executor_server.release()
self.waitUntilSettled()
check_runs = self.fake_github.getCommitChecks(project, A.head_sha)
self.assertEqual(1, len(check_runs))
check_run = check_runs[0]
self.assertEqual("tenant-one/checks-api-reporting", check_run["name"])
self.assertEqual("completed", check_run["status"])
self.assertEqual("success", check_run["conclusion"])
self.assertThat(
check_run["output"]["summary"],
MatchesRegex(r'.*Build succeeded.*', re.DOTALL)
)
self.assertIsNotNone(check_run["completed_at"])
# A completed check run should not provide any custom actions
self.assertEqual(0, len(check_run["actions"]))
@simple_layout("layouts/reporting-github.yaml", driver="github")
def test_update_check_run_missing_permissions(self):
project = "org/project3"
github = self.fake_github.getGithubClient(None)
repo = github.repo_from_project(project)
repo._set_permission("checks", False)
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(project, "master", "A")
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
# Alghough we are authenticated as github app, we are lacking the
# necessary "checks" permissions for the test repository. Thus, the
# check run creation/update should fail and we end up in two comments
# being posted to the PR with appropriate warnings.
commit = github.repo_from_project(project)._commits.get(A.head_sha)
check_runs = commit.check_runs()
self.assertEqual(0, len(check_runs))
self.assertIn(
A.head_sha, github.repo_from_project(project)._commits.keys()
)
check_runs = self.fake_github.getCommitChecks(project, A.head_sha)
self.assertEqual(0, len(check_runs))
expected_warning = (
"Failed to update check run tenant-one/checks-api-reporting: "
"403 Resource not accessible by integration"
)
self.assertEqual(2, len(A.comments))
self.assertIn(expected_warning, A.comments[0])
self.assertIn(expected_warning, A.comments[1])
@simple_layout("layouts/reporting-github.yaml", driver="github")
def test_abort_check_run(self):
"Test that we can dequeue a change by aborting the related check run"
project = "org/project3"
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = True
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(project, "master", "A")
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
# We should have a pending check for the head sha that provides an
# abort action.
check_runs = self.fake_github.getCommitChecks(project, A.head_sha)
self.assertEqual(1, len(check_runs))
check_run = check_runs[0]
self.assertEqual("tenant-one/checks-api-reporting", check_run["name"])
self.assertEqual("in_progress", check_run["status"])
self.assertEqual(1, len(check_run["actions"]))
self.assertEqual("abort", check_run["actions"][0]["identifier"])
self.assertEqual(
{
"tenant": "tenant-one",
"pipeline": "checks-api-reporting",
"change": 1
},
json.loads(check_run["external_id"])
)
# Simulate a click on the "Abort" button in Github by faking a webhook
# event with our custom abort action.
# Handling this event should dequeue the related change
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getCheckRunAbortEvent(check_run))
self.waitUntilSettled()
tenant = self.scheds.first.sched.abide.tenants.get("tenant-one")
check_pipeline = tenant.layout.pipelines["check"]
self.assertEqual(0, len(check_pipeline.getAllItems()))
self.assertEqual(1, self.countJobResults(self.history, "ABORTED"))
# The buildset was already dequeued, so there shouldn't be anything to
# release.
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = False
self.executor_server.release()
self.waitUntilSettled()
# Since the change/buildset was dequeued, the check run should be
# reported as cancelled and don't provide any further action.
check_runs = self.fake_github.getCommitChecks(project, A.head_sha)
self.assertEqual(1, len(check_runs))
aborted_check_run = check_runs[0]
self.assertEqual(
"tenant-one/checks-api-reporting", aborted_check_run["name"]
)
self.assertEqual("completed", aborted_check_run["status"])
self.assertEqual("cancelled", aborted_check_run["conclusion"])
self.assertEqual(0, len(aborted_check_run["actions"]))
class TestCheckRunAnnotations(ZuulGithubAppTestCase, AnsibleZuulTestCase):
"""We need Github app authentication and be able to run Ansible jobs"""
config_file = 'zuul-github-driver.conf'
tenant_config_file = "config/github-file-comments/main.yaml"
def test_file_comments(self):
project = "org/project"
github = self.fake_github.getGithubClient(None)
# The README file must be part of this PR to make the comment function
# work. Thus we change it's content to provide some more text.
files_dict = {
"README": textwrap.dedent(
"""
section one
===========
here is some text
and some more text
and a last line of text
section two
===========
here is another section
with even more text
and the end of the section
"""
),
}
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest(
project, "master", "A", files=files_dict
)
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getPullRequestOpenedEvent())
self.waitUntilSettled()
# We should have a pending check for the head sha
self.assertIn(
A.head_sha, github.repo_from_project(project)._commits.keys())
check_runs = self.fake_github.getCommitChecks(project, A.head_sha)
self.assertEqual(1, len(check_runs))
check_run = check_runs[0]
self.assertEqual("tenant-one/check", check_run["name"])
self.assertEqual("completed", check_run["status"])
self.assertThat(
check_run["output"]["summary"],
MatchesRegex(r'.*Build succeeded.*', re.DOTALL)
)
annotations = check_run["output"]["annotations"]
self.assertEqual(6, len(annotations))
self.assertEqual(annotations[0], {
"path": "README",
"annotation_level": "warning",
"message": "Simple line annotation",
"start_line": 1,
"end_line": 1,
})
self.assertEqual(annotations[1], {
"path": "README",
"annotation_level": "warning",
"message": "Line annotation with level",
"start_line": 2,
"end_line": 2,
})
# As the columns are not part of the same line, they are ignored in the
# annotation. Otherwise Github will complain about the request.
self.assertEqual(annotations[2], {
"path": "README",
"annotation_level": "notice",
"message": "simple range annotation",
"start_line": 4,
"end_line": 6,
})
self.assertEqual(annotations[3], {
"path": "README",
"annotation_level": "failure",
"message": "Columns must be part of the same line",
"start_line": 7,
"end_line": 7,
"start_column": 13,
"end_column": 26,
})
# From the invalid/error file comments, only the "line out of file"
# should remain. All others are excluded as they would result in
# invalid Github requests, making the whole check run update fail.
self.assertEqual(annotations[4], {
"path": "README",
"annotation_level": "warning",
"message": "Line is not part of the file",
"end_line": 9999,
"start_line": 9999
})
self.assertEqual(annotations[5], {
"path": "README",
"annotation_level": "warning",
"message": "Invalid level will fall back to warning",
"start_line": 3,
"end_line": 3,
})
class TestGithubDriverEnterise(ZuulGithubAppTestCase):
config_file = 'zuul-github-driver-enterprise.conf'
@simple_layout('layouts/merging-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_report_pull_merge(self):
github = self.fake_github.getGithubClient()
repo = github.repo_from_project('org/project')
repo._set_branch_protection(
'master', require_review=True)
# pipeline merges the pull request on success
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master',
'PR title',
body='I shouldnt be seen',
body_text='PR body')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getCommentAddedEvent('merge me'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
# Since the PR was not approved it should not be merged
self.assertFalse(A.is_merged)
A.addReview('derp', 'APPROVED')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getCommentAddedEvent('merge me'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
# After approval it should be merged
self.assertTrue(A.is_merged)
self.assertThat(A.merge_message,
MatchesRegex(r'.*PR title\n\nPR body.*', re.DOTALL))
self.assertThat(A.merge_message,
Not(MatchesRegex(
r'.*I shouldnt be seen.*',
re.DOTALL)))
self.assertEqual(len(A.comments), 0)
class TestGithubDriverEnteriseLegacy(ZuulGithubAppTestCase):
config_file = 'zuul-github-driver-enterprise.conf'
def setUp(self):
self.old_version = FakeGithubEnterpriseClient.version
FakeGithubEnterpriseClient.version = '2.19.0'
super().setUp()
def tearDown(self):
super().tearDown()
FakeGithubEnterpriseClient.version = self.old_version
@simple_layout('layouts/merging-github.yaml', driver='github')
def test_report_pull_merge(self):
github = self.fake_github.getGithubClient()
repo = github.repo_from_project('org/project')
repo._set_branch_protection(
'master', require_review=True)
# pipeline merges the pull request on success
A = self.fake_github.openFakePullRequest('org/project', 'master',
'PR title',
body='I shouldnt be seen',
body_text='PR body')
self.fake_github.emitEvent(A.getCommentAddedEvent('merge me'))
self.waitUntilSettled()
# Note: PR was not approved but old github does not support
# reviewDecision so this gets ignored and zuul merges nevertheless
self.assertTrue(A.is_merged)
self.assertThat(A.merge_message,
MatchesRegex(r'.*PR title\n\nPR body.*', re.DOTALL))
self.assertThat(A.merge_message,
Not(MatchesRegex(
r'.*I shouldnt be seen.*',
re.DOTALL)))
self.assertEqual(len(A.comments), 0)