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"""Base test case class for coverage testing."""
import glob, os, random, re, shlex, shutil, sys
import coverage
from coverage.backunittest import TestCase
from coverage.backward import StringIO, import_local_file
from coverage.backward import importlib # pylint: disable=unused-import
from coverage.control import _TEST_NAME_FILE
from coverage.test_helpers import (
EnvironmentAwareMixin, StdStreamCapturingMixin, TempDirMixin,
from tests.backtest import run_command
# Status returns for the command line.
OK, ERR = 0, 1
class CoverageTest(
"""A base class for Coverage test cases."""
# Standard unittest setting: show me diffs even if they are very long.
maxDiff = None
# Tell newer unittest implementations to print long helpful messages.
longMessage = True
def setUp(self):
super(CoverageTest, self).setUp()
if _TEST_NAME_FILE: # pragma: debugging
with open(_TEST_NAME_FILE, "w") as f:
f.write("%s_%s" % (
self.__class__.__name__, self._testMethodName,
def clean_local_file_imports(self):
"""Clean up the results of calls to `import_local_file`.
Use this if you need to `import_local_file` the same file twice in
one test.
# So that we can re-import files, clean them out first.
# Also have to clean out the .pyc file, since the timestamp
# resolution is only one second, a changed file might not be
# picked up.
for pyc in glob.glob('*.pyc'):
if os.path.exists("__pycache__"):
def import_local_file(self, modname):
"""Import a local file as a module.
Opens a file in the current directory named `modname`.py, imports it
as `modname`, and returns the module object.
return import_local_file(modname)
def start_import_stop(self, cov, modname):
"""Start coverage, import a file, then stop coverage.
`cov` is started and stopped, with an `import_local_file` of
`modname` in the middle.
The imported module is returned.
try: # pragma: nested
# Import the python file, executing it.
mod = self.import_local_file(modname)
finally: # pragma: nested
# Stop Coverage.
return mod
def get_module_name(self):
"""Return the module name to use for this test run."""
return 'coverage_test_' + str(random.random())[2:]
# Map chars to numbers for arcz_to_arcs
_arcz_map = {'.': -1}
_arcz_map.update(dict((c, ord(c)-ord('0')) for c in '123456789'))
(c, 10+ord(c)-ord('A')) for c in 'ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ'
def arcz_to_arcs(self, arcz):
"""Convert a compact textual representation of arcs to a list of pairs.
The text has space-separated pairs of letters. Period is -1, 1-9 are
1-9, A-Z are 10 through 36. The resulting list is sorted regardless of
the order of the input pairs.
".1 12 2." --> [(-1,1), (1,2), (2,-1)]
Minus signs can be included in the pairs:
"-11, 12, 2-5" --> [(-1,1), (1,2), (2,-5)]
arcs = []
for pair in arcz.split():
asgn = bsgn = 1
if len(pair) == 2:
a,b = pair
assert len(pair) == 3
if pair[0] == '-':
_,a,b = pair
asgn = -1
assert pair[1] == '-'
a,_,b = pair
bsgn = -1
arcs.append((asgn*self._arcz_map[a], bsgn*self._arcz_map[b]))
return sorted(arcs)
def assertEqualArcs(self, a1, a2, msg=None):
"""Assert that the arc lists `a1` and `a2` are equal."""
# Make them into multi-line strings so we can see what's going wrong.
s1 = "\n".join(repr(a) for a in a1) + "\n"
s2 = "\n".join(repr(a) for a in a2) + "\n"
self.assertMultiLineEqual(s1, s2, msg)
def check_coverage(self, text, lines=None, missing="", report="",
excludes=None, partials="",
arcz=None, arcz_missing="", arcz_unpredicted=""):
"""Check the coverage measurement of `text`.
The source `text` is run and measured. `lines` are the line numbers
that are executable, or a list of possible line numbers, any of which
could match. `missing` are the lines not executed, `excludes` are
regexes to match against for excluding lines, and `report` is the text
of the measurement report.
For arc measurement, `arcz` is a string that can be decoded into arcs
in the code (see `arcz_to_arcs` for the encoding scheme),
`arcz_missing` are the arcs that are not executed, and
`arcs_unpredicted` are the arcs executed in the code, but not deducible
from the code.
# We write the code into a file so that we can import it.
# Coverage wants to deal with things as modules with file names.
modname = self.get_module_name()
self.make_file(modname+".py", text)
arcs = arcs_missing = arcs_unpredicted = None
if arcz is not None:
arcs = self.arcz_to_arcs(arcz)
arcs_missing = self.arcz_to_arcs(arcz_missing or "")
arcs_unpredicted = self.arcz_to_arcs(arcz_unpredicted or "")
# Start up Coverage.
cov = coverage.coverage(branch=(arcs_missing is not None))
for exc in excludes or []:
for par in partials or []:
cov.exclude(par, which='partial')
mod = self.start_import_stop(cov, modname)
# Clean up our side effects
del sys.modules[modname]
# Get the analysis results, and check that they are right.
analysis = cov._analyze(mod)
statements = sorted(analysis.statements)
if lines is not None:
if type(lines[0]) == type(1):
# lines is just a list of numbers, it must match the statements
# found in the code.
self.assertEqual(statements, lines)
# lines is a list of possible line number lists, one of them
# must match.
for line_list in lines:
if statements == line_list:
"None of the lines choices matched %r" % statements
missing_formatted = analysis.missing_formatted()
if type(missing) == type(""):
self.assertEqual(missing_formatted, missing)
for missing_list in missing:
if missing_formatted == missing_list:
"None of the missing choices matched %r" %
if arcs is not None:
analysis.arc_possibilities(), arcs, "Possible arcs differ"
if arcs_missing is not None:
analysis.arcs_missing(), arcs_missing,
"Missing arcs differ"
if arcs_unpredicted is not None:
analysis.arcs_unpredicted(), arcs_unpredicted,
"Unpredicted arcs differ"
if report:
frep = StringIO(), file=frep)
rep = " ".join(frep.getvalue().split("\n")[2].split()[1:])
self.assertEqual(report, rep)
def nice_file(self, *fparts):
"""Canonicalize the filename composed of the parts in `fparts`."""
fname = os.path.join(*fparts)
return os.path.normcase(os.path.abspath(os.path.realpath(fname)))
def assert_same_files(self, flist1, flist2):
"""Assert that `flist1` and `flist2` are the same set of file names."""
flist1_nice = [self.nice_file(f) for f in flist1]
flist2_nice = [self.nice_file(f) for f in flist2]
self.assertCountEqual(flist1_nice, flist2_nice)
def assert_exists(self, fname):
"""Assert that `fname` is a file that exists."""
msg = "File %r should exist" % fname
self.assertTrue(os.path.exists(fname), msg)
def assert_doesnt_exist(self, fname):
"""Assert that `fname` is a file that doesn't exist."""
msg = "File %r shouldn't exist" % fname
self.assertTrue(not os.path.exists(fname), msg)
def assert_starts_with(self, s, prefix, msg=None):
"""Assert that `s` starts with `prefix`."""
if not s.startswith(prefix): or ("%r doesn't start with %r" % (s, prefix)))
def command_line(self, args, ret=OK, _covpkg=None):
"""Run `args` through the command line.
Use this when you want to run the full coverage machinery, but in the
current process. Exceptions may be thrown from deep in the code.
Asserts that `ret` is returned by `CoverageScript.command_line`.
Compare with `run_command`.
Returns None.
script = coverage.CoverageScript(_covpkg=_covpkg)
ret_actual = script.command_line(shlex.split(args))
self.assertEqual(ret_actual, ret)
def run_command(self, cmd):
"""Run the command-line `cmd` in a sub-process, and print its output.
Use this when you need to test the process behavior of coverage.
Compare with `command_line`.
Returns the process' stdout text.
# Running Python sub-processes can be tricky. Use the real name of our
# own executable. So "python" might get executed as
# "python3.3". This is important because Python 3.x doesn't
# install as "python", so you might get a Python 2 executable instead
# if you don't use the executable's basename.
if cmd.startswith("python "):
cmd = os.path.basename(sys.executable) + cmd[6:]
_, output = self.run_command_status(cmd)
return output
def run_command_status(self, cmd):
"""Run the command-line `cmd` in a sub-process, and print its output.
Use this when you need to test the process behavior of coverage.
Compare with `command_line`.
Returns a pair: the process' exit status and stdout text.
# Add our test modules directory to PYTHONPATH. I'm sure there's too
# much path munging here, but...
here = os.path.dirname(self.nice_file(coverage.__file__, ".."))
testmods = self.nice_file(here, 'tests/modules')
zipfile = self.nice_file(here, 'tests/')
pypath = os.getenv('PYTHONPATH', '')
if pypath:
pypath += os.pathsep
pypath += testmods + os.pathsep + zipfile
self.set_environ('PYTHONPATH', pypath)
status, output = run_command(cmd)
return status, output
def report_from_command(self, cmd):
"""Return the report from the `cmd`, with some convenience added."""
report = self.run_command(cmd).replace('\\', '/')
self.assertNotIn("error", report.lower())
return report
def report_lines(self, report):
"""Return the lines of the report, as a list."""
lines = report.split('\n')
self.assertEqual(lines[-1], "")
return lines[:-1]
def line_count(self, report):
"""How many lines are in `report`?"""
return len(self.report_lines(report))
def squeezed_lines(self, report):
"""Return a list of the lines in report, with the spaces squeezed."""
lines = self.report_lines(report)
return [re.sub(r"\s+", " ", l.strip()) for l in lines]
def last_line_squeezed(self, report):
"""Return the last line of `report` with the spaces squeezed down."""
return self.squeezed_lines(report)[-1]