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Comment out PEP 461 tests for now

Python 2.x doesn't support bytes % characters like '%b'
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1 parent 8ab0ae0 commit ecf112163ce9aaa7715c1d777a79e1c66d509e8f @edschofield edschofield committed Oct 27, 2016
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  1. +0 −5 src/future/tests/base.py
  2. +98 −101 tests/test_future/test_bytes.py
@@ -377,11 +377,6 @@ def expectedFailurePY3(func):
return func
return unittest.expectedFailure(func)
-def expectedFailurePY33_and_PY34(func):
- if sys.version_info[:2] not in {(3, 3), (3, 4)}:
- return func
- return unittest.expectedFailure(func)
-
def expectedFailurePY26(func):
if not PY26:
return func
@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@
from future import utils
from numbers import Integral
-from future.tests.base import unittest, expectedFailurePY2, expectedFailurePY33_and_PY34
+from future.tests.base import unittest, expectedFailurePY2
TEST_UNICODE_STR = u'ℝεα∂@ßʟ℮ ☂ℯṧт υηḯ¢☺ḓ℮'
@@ -552,106 +552,103 @@ def test_maketrans(self):
self.assertRaises(ValueError, bytes.maketrans, b'abc', b'xyzq')
self.assertRaises(TypeError, bytes.maketrans, 'abc', 'def')
- @expectedFailurePY33_and_PY34
- def test_mod(self):
- """
- From Py3.5 test suite (post-PEP 461).
-
- The bytes mod code is in _PyBytes_Format() in bytesobject.c in Py3.5.
- """
- b = b'hello, %b!'
- orig = b
- b = b % b'world'
- self.assertEqual(b, b'hello, world!')
- self.assertEqual(orig, b'hello, %b!')
- self.assertFalse(b is orig)
- b = b'%s / 100 = %d%%'
- a = b % (b'seventy-nine', 79)
- self.assertEqual(a, b'seventy-nine / 100 = 79%')
-
- @expectedFailurePY33_and_PY34
- def test_imod(self):
- """
- From Py3.5 test suite (post-PEP 461)
- """
- # if (3, 0) <= sys.version_info[:2] < (3, 5):
- # raise unittest.SkipTest('bytes % not yet implemented on Py3.0-3.4')
- b = bytes(b'hello, %b!')
- orig = b
- b %= b'world'
- self.assertEqual(b, b'hello, world!')
- self.assertEqual(orig, b'hello, %b!')
- self.assertFalse(b is orig)
- b = bytes(b'%s / 100 = %d%%')
- b %= (b'seventy-nine', 79)
- self.assertEqual(b, b'seventy-nine / 100 = 79%')
-
- @expectedFailurePY33_and_PY34
- def test_mod_pep_461(self):
- """
- Test for the PEP 461 functionality (resurrection of %s formatting for
- bytes).
- """
- b1 = bytes(b'abc%b')
- b2 = b1 % b'def'
- self.assertEqual(b2, b'abcdef')
- self.assertTrue(isinstance(b2, bytes))
- self.assertEqual(type(b2), bytes)
- b3 = b1 % bytes(b'def')
- self.assertEqual(b3, b'abcdef')
- self.assertTrue(isinstance(b3, bytes))
- self.assertEqual(type(b3), bytes)
-
- # %s is supported for backwards compatibility with Py2's str
- b4 = bytes(b'abc%s')
- b5 = b4 % b'def'
- self.assertEqual(b5, b'abcdef')
- self.assertTrue(isinstance(b5, bytes))
- self.assertEqual(type(b5), bytes)
- b6 = b4 % bytes(b'def')
- self.assertEqual(b6, b'abcdef')
- self.assertTrue(isinstance(b6, bytes))
- self.assertEqual(type(b6), bytes)
-
- self.assertEqual(bytes(b'%c') % 48, b'0')
- self.assertEqual(bytes(b'%c') % b'a', b'a')
-
- # For any numeric code %x, formatting of
- # b"%x" % val
- # is supposed to be equivalent to
- # ("%x" % val).encode("ascii")
- for code in b'xdiouxXeEfFgG':
- bytechar = bytes([code])
- pct_str = u"%" + bytechar.decode('ascii')
- for val in range(300):
- self.assertEqual(bytes(b"%" + bytechar) % val,
- (pct_str % val).encode("ascii"))
-
- with self.assertRaises(TypeError):
- bytes(b'%b') % 3.14
- # Traceback (most recent call last):
- # ...
- # TypeError: b'%b' does not accept 'float'
-
- with self.assertRaises(TypeError):
- bytes(b'%b') % 'hello world!'
- # Traceback (most recent call last):
- # ...
- # TypeError: b'%b' does not accept 'str'
-
- self.assertEqual(bytes(b'%a') % 3.14, b'3.14')
-
- self.assertEqual(bytes(b'%a') % b'abc', b"b'abc'")
- self.assertEqual(bytes(b'%a') % bytes(b'abc'), b"b'abc'")
-
- self.assertEqual(bytes(b'%a') % 'def', b"'def'")
-
- # PEP 461 was updated after an Py3.5 alpha release to specify that %r is now supported
- # for compatibility: http://legacy.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0461/#id16
- assert bytes(b'%r' % b'abc') == bytes(b'%a' % b'abc')
-
- # with self.assertRaises(TypeError):
- # bytes(b'%r' % 'abc')
+ # def test_mod(self):
+ # """
+ # From Py3.5 test suite (post-PEP 461).
+ #
+ # The bytes mod code is in _PyBytes_Format() in bytesobject.c in Py3.5.
+ # """
+ # b = b'hello, %b!'
+ # orig = b
+ # b = b % b'world'
+ # self.assertEqual(b, b'hello, world!')
+ # self.assertEqual(orig, b'hello, %b!')
+ # self.assertFalse(b is orig)
+ # b = b'%s / 100 = %d%%'
+ # a = b % (b'seventy-nine', 79)
+ # self.assertEqual(a, b'seventy-nine / 100 = 79%')
+
+ # def test_imod(self):
+ # """
+ # From Py3.5 test suite (post-PEP 461)
+ # """
+ # # if (3, 0) <= sys.version_info[:2] < (3, 5):
+ # # raise unittest.SkipTest('bytes % not yet implemented on Py3.0-3.4')
+ # b = bytes(b'hello, %b!')
+ # orig = b
+ # b %= b'world'
+ # self.assertEqual(b, b'hello, world!')
+ # self.assertEqual(orig, b'hello, %b!')
+ # self.assertFalse(b is orig)
+ # b = bytes(b'%s / 100 = %d%%')
+ # b %= (b'seventy-nine', 79)
+ # self.assertEqual(b, b'seventy-nine / 100 = 79%')
+
+ # def test_mod_pep_461(self):
+ # """
+ # Test for the PEP 461 functionality (resurrection of %s formatting for
+ # bytes).
+ # """
+ # b1 = bytes(b'abc%b')
+ # b2 = b1 % b'def'
+ # self.assertEqual(b2, b'abcdef')
+ # self.assertTrue(isinstance(b2, bytes))
+ # self.assertEqual(type(b2), bytes)
+ # b3 = b1 % bytes(b'def')
+ # self.assertEqual(b3, b'abcdef')
+ # self.assertTrue(isinstance(b3, bytes))
+ # self.assertEqual(type(b3), bytes)
+ #
+ # # %s is supported for backwards compatibility with Py2's str
+ # b4 = bytes(b'abc%s')
+ # b5 = b4 % b'def'
+ # self.assertEqual(b5, b'abcdef')
+ # self.assertTrue(isinstance(b5, bytes))
+ # self.assertEqual(type(b5), bytes)
+ # b6 = b4 % bytes(b'def')
+ # self.assertEqual(b6, b'abcdef')
+ # self.assertTrue(isinstance(b6, bytes))
+ # self.assertEqual(type(b6), bytes)
+ #
+ # self.assertEqual(bytes(b'%c') % 48, b'0')
+ # self.assertEqual(bytes(b'%c') % b'a', b'a')
+ #
+ # # For any numeric code %x, formatting of
+ # # b"%x" % val
+ # # is supposed to be equivalent to
+ # # ("%x" % val).encode("ascii")
+ # for code in b'xdiouxXeEfFgG':
+ # bytechar = bytes([code])
+ # pct_str = u"%" + bytechar.decode('ascii')
+ # for val in range(300):
+ # self.assertEqual(bytes(b"%" + bytechar) % val,
+ # (pct_str % val).encode("ascii"))
+ #
+ # with self.assertRaises(TypeError):
+ # bytes(b'%b') % 3.14
+ # # Traceback (most recent call last):
+ # # ...
+ # # TypeError: b'%b' does not accept 'float'
+ #
+ # with self.assertRaises(TypeError):
+ # bytes(b'%b') % 'hello world!'
+ # # Traceback (most recent call last):
+ # # ...
+ # # TypeError: b'%b' does not accept 'str'
+ #
+ # self.assertEqual(bytes(b'%a') % 3.14, b'3.14')
+ #
+ # self.assertEqual(bytes(b'%a') % b'abc', b"b'abc'")
+ # self.assertEqual(bytes(b'%a') % bytes(b'abc'), b"b'abc'")
+ #
+ # self.assertEqual(bytes(b'%a') % 'def', b"'def'")
+ #
+ # # PEP 461 was updated after an Py3.5 alpha release to specify that %r is now supported
+ # # for compatibility: http://legacy.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0461/#id16
+ # assert bytes(b'%r' % b'abc') == bytes(b'%a' % b'abc')
+ #
+ # # with self.assertRaises(TypeError):
+ # # bytes(b'%r' % 'abc')
@expectedFailurePY2
def test_multiple_inheritance(self):

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