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#!/usr/bin/python
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# Copyright 2011 Webdriver_name committers
# Copyright 2011 Google Inc.
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import base64
import httplib
import os
from selenium.webdriver.common.desired_capabilities import DesiredCapabilities
from selenium.webdriver.remote.command import Command
from selenium.webdriver.remote.webdriver import WebDriver as RemoteWebDriver
from service import Service
class WebDriver(RemoteWebDriver):
"""
Controls the OperaDriver and allows you to drive the browser.
"""
def __init__(self, executable_path=None, port=0,
desired_capabilities=DesiredCapabilities.OPERA):
"""
Creates a new instance of the Opera driver.
Starts the service and then creates new instance of Opera Driver.
:Args:
- executable_path - path to the executable. If the default is used it assumes the executable is in the
Environment Variable SELENIUM_SERVER_JAR
- port - port you would like the service to run, if left as 0, a free port will be found.
- desired_capabilities: Dictionary object with desired capabilities (Can be used to provide various Opera switches).
"""
if executable_path is None:
try:
executable_path = os.environ["SELENIUM_SERVER_JAR"]
except:
raise Exception("No executable path given, please add one to Environment Variable \
'SELENIUM_SERVER_JAR'")
self.service = Service(executable_path, port=port)
self.service.start()
RemoteWebDriver.__init__(self,
command_executor=self.service.service_url,
desired_capabilities=desired_capabilities)
def quit(self):
"""
Closes the browser and shuts down the OperaDriver executable
that is started when starting the OperaDriver
"""
try:
RemoteWebDriver.quit(self)
except httplib.BadStatusLine:
pass
finally:
self.service.stop()
def save_screenshot(self, filename):
"""
Gets the screenshot of the current window. Returns False if there is
any IOError, else returns True. Use full paths in your filename.
"""
png = RemoteWebDriver.execute(self, Command.SCREENSHOT)['value']
try:
f = open(filename, 'wb')
f.write(base64.decodestring(png))
f.close()
except IOError:
return False
finally:
del png
return True