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#
# Test suite for Optik. Supplied by Johannes Gijsbers
# (taradino@softhome.net) -- translated from the original Optik
# test suite to this PyUnit-based version.
#
# $Id$
#
import sys
import os
import re
import copy
import unittest
from io import StringIO
from test import support
import optparse
from optparse import make_option, Option, \
TitledHelpFormatter, OptionParser, OptionGroup, \
SUPPRESS_USAGE, OptionError, OptionConflictError, \
BadOptionError, OptionValueError, Values
from optparse import _match_abbrev
from optparse import _parse_num
class InterceptedError(Exception):
def __init__(self,
error_message=None,
exit_status=None,
exit_message=None):
self.error_message = error_message
self.exit_status = exit_status
self.exit_message = exit_message
def __str__(self):
return self.error_message or self.exit_message or "intercepted error"
class InterceptingOptionParser(OptionParser):
def exit(self, status=0, msg=None):
raise InterceptedError(exit_status=status, exit_message=msg)
def error(self, msg):
raise InterceptedError(error_message=msg)
class BaseTest(unittest.TestCase):
def assertParseOK(self, args, expected_opts, expected_positional_args):
"""Assert the options are what we expected when parsing arguments.
Otherwise, fail with a nicely formatted message.
Keyword arguments:
args -- A list of arguments to parse with OptionParser.
expected_opts -- The options expected.
expected_positional_args -- The positional arguments expected.
Returns the options and positional args for further testing.
"""
(options, positional_args) = self.parser.parse_args(args)
optdict = vars(options)
self.assertEqual(optdict, expected_opts,
"""
Options are %(optdict)s.
Should be %(expected_opts)s.
Args were %(args)s.""" % locals())
self.assertEqual(positional_args, expected_positional_args,
"""
Positional arguments are %(positional_args)s.
Should be %(expected_positional_args)s.
Args were %(args)s.""" % locals ())
return (options, positional_args)
def assertRaises(self,
func,
args,
kwargs,
expected_exception,
expected_message):
"""
Assert that the expected exception is raised when calling a
function, and that the right error message is included with
that exception.
Arguments:
func -- the function to call
args -- positional arguments to `func`
kwargs -- keyword arguments to `func`
expected_exception -- exception that should be raised
expected_message -- expected exception message (or pattern
if a compiled regex object)
Returns the exception raised for further testing.
"""
if args is None:
args = ()
if kwargs is None:
kwargs = {}
try:
func(*args, **kwargs)
except expected_exception as err:
actual_message = str(err)
if isinstance(expected_message, re.Pattern):
self.assertTrue(expected_message.search(actual_message),
"""\
expected exception message pattern:
/%s/
actual exception message:
'''%s'''
""" % (expected_message.pattern, actual_message))
else:
self.assertEqual(actual_message,
expected_message,
"""\
expected exception message:
'''%s'''
actual exception message:
'''%s'''
""" % (expected_message, actual_message))
return err
else:
self.fail("""expected exception %(expected_exception)s not raised
called %(func)r
with args %(args)r
and kwargs %(kwargs)r
""" % locals ())
# -- Assertions used in more than one class --------------------
def assertParseFail(self, cmdline_args, expected_output):
"""
Assert the parser fails with the expected message. Caller
must ensure that self.parser is an InterceptingOptionParser.
"""
try:
self.parser.parse_args(cmdline_args)
except InterceptedError as err:
self.assertEqual(err.error_message, expected_output)
else:
self.assertFalse("expected parse failure")
def assertOutput(self,
cmdline_args,
expected_output,
expected_status=0,
expected_error=None):
"""Assert the parser prints the expected output on stdout."""
save_stdout = sys.stdout
try:
try:
sys.stdout = StringIO()
self.parser.parse_args(cmdline_args)
finally:
output = sys.stdout.getvalue()
sys.stdout = save_stdout
except InterceptedError as err:
self.assertTrue(
isinstance(output, str),
"expected output to be an ordinary string, not %r"
% type(output))
if output != expected_output:
self.fail("expected: \n'''\n" + expected_output +
"'''\nbut got \n'''\n" + output + "'''")
self.assertEqual(err.exit_status, expected_status)
self.assertEqual(err.exit_message, expected_error)
else:
self.assertFalse("expected parser.exit()")
def assertTypeError(self, func, expected_message, *args):
"""Assert that TypeError is raised when executing func."""
self.assertRaises(func, args, None, TypeError, expected_message)
def assertHelp(self, parser, expected_help):
actual_help = parser.format_help()
if actual_help != expected_help:
raise self.failureException(
'help text failure; expected:\n"' +
expected_help + '"; got:\n"' +
actual_help + '"\n')
# -- Test make_option() aka Option -------------------------------------
# It's not necessary to test correct options here. All the tests in the
# parser.parse_args() section deal with those, because they're needed
# there.
class TestOptionChecks(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
self.parser = OptionParser(usage=SUPPRESS_USAGE)
def assertOptionError(self, expected_message, args=[], kwargs={}):
self.assertRaises(make_option, args, kwargs,
OptionError, expected_message)
def test_opt_string_empty(self):
self.assertTypeError(make_option,
"at least one option string must be supplied")
def test_opt_string_too_short(self):
self.assertOptionError(
"invalid option string 'b': must be at least two characters long",
["b"])
def test_opt_string_short_invalid(self):
self.assertOptionError(
"invalid short option string '--': must be "
"of the form -x, (x any non-dash char)",
["--"])
def test_opt_string_long_invalid(self):
self.assertOptionError(
"invalid long option string '---': "
"must start with --, followed by non-dash",
["---"])
def test_attr_invalid(self):
self.assertOptionError(
"option -b: invalid keyword arguments: bar, foo",
["-b"], {'foo': None, 'bar': None})
def test_action_invalid(self):
self.assertOptionError(
"option -b: invalid action: 'foo'",
["-b"], {'action': 'foo'})
def test_type_invalid(self):
self.assertOptionError(
"option -b: invalid option type: 'foo'",
["-b"], {'type': 'foo'})
self.assertOptionError(
"option -b: invalid option type: 'tuple'",
["-b"], {'type': tuple})
def test_no_type_for_action(self):
self.assertOptionError(
"option -b: must not supply a type for action 'count'",
["-b"], {'action': 'count', 'type': 'int'})
def test_no_choices_list(self):
self.assertOptionError(
"option -b/--bad: must supply a list of "
"choices for type 'choice'",
["-b", "--bad"], {'type': "choice"})
def test_bad_choices_list(self):
typename = type('').__name__
self.assertOptionError(
"option -b/--bad: choices must be a list of "
"strings ('%s' supplied)" % typename,
["-b", "--bad"],
{'type': "choice", 'choices':"bad choices"})
def test_no_choices_for_type(self):
self.assertOptionError(
"option -b: must not supply choices for type 'int'",
["-b"], {'type': 'int', 'choices':"bad"})
def test_no_const_for_action(self):
self.assertOptionError(
"option -b: 'const' must not be supplied for action 'store'",
["-b"], {'action': 'store', 'const': 1})
def test_no_nargs_for_action(self):
self.assertOptionError(
"option -b: 'nargs' must not be supplied for action 'count'",
["-b"], {'action': 'count', 'nargs': 2})
def test_callback_not_callable(self):
self.assertOptionError(
"option -b: callback not callable: 'foo'",
["-b"], {'action': 'callback',
'callback': 'foo'})
def dummy(self):
pass
def test_callback_args_no_tuple(self):
self.assertOptionError(
"option -b: callback_args, if supplied, "
"must be a tuple: not 'foo'",
["-b"], {'action': 'callback',
'callback': self.dummy,
'callback_args': 'foo'})
def test_callback_kwargs_no_dict(self):
self.assertOptionError(
"option -b: callback_kwargs, if supplied, "
"must be a dict: not 'foo'",
["-b"], {'action': 'callback',
'callback': self.dummy,
'callback_kwargs': 'foo'})
def test_no_callback_for_action(self):
self.assertOptionError(
"option -b: callback supplied ('foo') for non-callback option",
["-b"], {'action': 'store',
'callback': 'foo'})
def test_no_callback_args_for_action(self):
self.assertOptionError(
"option -b: callback_args supplied for non-callback option",
["-b"], {'action': 'store',
'callback_args': 'foo'})
def test_no_callback_kwargs_for_action(self):
self.assertOptionError(
"option -b: callback_kwargs supplied for non-callback option",
["-b"], {'action': 'store',
'callback_kwargs': 'foo'})
def test_no_single_dash(self):
self.assertOptionError(
"invalid long option string '-debug': "
"must start with --, followed by non-dash",
["-debug"])
self.assertOptionError(
"option -d: invalid long option string '-debug': must start with"
" --, followed by non-dash",
["-d", "-debug"])
self.assertOptionError(
"invalid long option string '-debug': "
"must start with --, followed by non-dash",
["-debug", "--debug"])
class TestOptionParser(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
self.parser = OptionParser()
self.parser.add_option("-v", "--verbose", "-n", "--noisy",
action="store_true", dest="verbose")
self.parser.add_option("-q", "--quiet", "--silent",
action="store_false", dest="verbose")
def test_add_option_no_Option(self):
self.assertTypeError(self.parser.add_option,
"not an Option instance: None", None)
def test_add_option_invalid_arguments(self):
self.assertTypeError(self.parser.add_option,
"invalid arguments", None, None)
def test_get_option(self):
opt1 = self.parser.get_option("-v")
self.assertIsInstance(opt1, Option)
self.assertEqual(opt1._short_opts, ["-v", "-n"])
self.assertEqual(opt1._long_opts, ["--verbose", "--noisy"])
self.assertEqual(opt1.action, "store_true")
self.assertEqual(opt1.dest, "verbose")
def test_get_option_equals(self):
opt1 = self.parser.get_option("-v")
opt2 = self.parser.get_option("--verbose")
opt3 = self.parser.get_option("-n")
opt4 = self.parser.get_option("--noisy")
self.assertTrue(opt1 is opt2 is opt3 is opt4)
def test_has_option(self):
self.assertTrue(self.parser.has_option("-v"))
self.assertTrue(self.parser.has_option("--verbose"))
def assertTrueremoved(self):
self.assertTrue(self.parser.get_option("-v") is None)
self.assertTrue(self.parser.get_option("--verbose") is None)
self.assertTrue(self.parser.get_option("-n") is None)
self.assertTrue(self.parser.get_option("--noisy") is None)
self.assertFalse(self.parser.has_option("-v"))
self.assertFalse(self.parser.has_option("--verbose"))
self.assertFalse(self.parser.has_option("-n"))
self.assertFalse(self.parser.has_option("--noisy"))
self.assertTrue(self.parser.has_option("-q"))
self.assertTrue(self.parser.has_option("--silent"))
def test_remove_short_opt(self):
self.parser.remove_option("-n")
self.assertTrueremoved()
def test_remove_long_opt(self):
self.parser.remove_option("--verbose")
self.assertTrueremoved()
def test_remove_nonexistent(self):
self.assertRaises(self.parser.remove_option, ('foo',), None,
ValueError, "no such option 'foo'")
@support.impl_detail('Relies on sys.getrefcount', cpython=True)
def test_refleak(self):
# If an OptionParser is carrying around a reference to a large
# object, various cycles can prevent it from being GC'd in
# a timely fashion. destroy() breaks the cycles to ensure stuff
# can be cleaned up.
big_thing = [42]
refcount = sys.getrefcount(big_thing)
parser = OptionParser()
parser.add_option("-a", "--aaarggh")
parser.big_thing = big_thing
parser.destroy()
#self.assertEqual(refcount, sys.getrefcount(big_thing))
del parser
self.assertEqual(refcount, sys.getrefcount(big_thing))
class TestOptionValues(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
pass
def test_basics(self):
values = Values()
self.assertEqual(vars(values), {})
self.assertEqual(values, {})
self.assertNotEqual(values, {"foo": "bar"})
self.assertNotEqual(values, "")
dict = {"foo": "bar", "baz": 42}
values = Values(defaults=dict)
self.assertEqual(vars(values), dict)
self.assertEqual(values, dict)
self.assertNotEqual(values, {"foo": "bar"})
self.assertNotEqual(values, {})
self.assertNotEqual(values, "")
self.assertNotEqual(values, [])
class TestTypeAliases(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
self.parser = OptionParser()
def test_str_aliases_string(self):
self.parser.add_option("-s", type="str")
self.assertEqual(self.parser.get_option("-s").type, "string")
def test_type_object(self):
self.parser.add_option("-s", type=str)
self.assertEqual(self.parser.get_option("-s").type, "string")
self.parser.add_option("-x", type=int)
self.assertEqual(self.parser.get_option("-x").type, "int")
# Custom type for testing processing of default values.
_time_units = { 's' : 1, 'm' : 60, 'h' : 60*60, 'd' : 60*60*24 }
def _check_duration(option, opt, value):
try:
if value[-1].isdigit():
return int(value)
else:
return int(value[:-1]) * _time_units[value[-1]]
except (ValueError, IndexError):
raise OptionValueError(
'option %s: invalid duration: %r' % (opt, value))
class DurationOption(Option):
TYPES = Option.TYPES + ('duration',)
TYPE_CHECKER = copy.copy(Option.TYPE_CHECKER)
TYPE_CHECKER['duration'] = _check_duration
class TestDefaultValues(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
self.parser = OptionParser()
self.parser.add_option("-v", "--verbose", default=True)
self.parser.add_option("-q", "--quiet", dest='verbose')
self.parser.add_option("-n", type="int", default=37)
self.parser.add_option("-m", type="int")
self.parser.add_option("-s", default="foo")
self.parser.add_option("-t")
self.parser.add_option("-u", default=None)
self.expected = { 'verbose': True,
'n': 37,
'm': None,
's': "foo",
't': None,
'u': None }
def test_basic_defaults(self):
self.assertEqual(self.parser.get_default_values(), self.expected)
def test_mixed_defaults_post(self):
self.parser.set_defaults(n=42, m=-100)
self.expected.update({'n': 42, 'm': -100})
self.assertEqual(self.parser.get_default_values(), self.expected)
def test_mixed_defaults_pre(self):
self.parser.set_defaults(x="barf", y="blah")
self.parser.add_option("-x", default="frob")
self.parser.add_option("-y")
self.expected.update({'x': "frob", 'y': "blah"})
self.assertEqual(self.parser.get_default_values(), self.expected)
self.parser.remove_option("-y")
self.parser.add_option("-y", default=None)
self.expected.update({'y': None})
self.assertEqual(self.parser.get_default_values(), self.expected)
def test_process_default(self):
self.parser.option_class = DurationOption
self.parser.add_option("-d", type="duration", default=300)
self.parser.add_option("-e", type="duration", default="6m")
self.parser.set_defaults(n="42")
self.expected.update({'d': 300, 'e': 360, 'n': 42})
self.assertEqual(self.parser.get_default_values(), self.expected)
self.parser.set_process_default_values(False)
self.expected.update({'d': 300, 'e': "6m", 'n': "42"})
self.assertEqual(self.parser.get_default_values(), self.expected)
class TestProgName(BaseTest):
"""
Test that %prog expands to the right thing in usage, version,
and help strings.
"""
def assertUsage(self, parser, expected_usage):
self.assertEqual(parser.get_usage(), expected_usage)
def assertVersion(self, parser, expected_version):
self.assertEqual(parser.get_version(), expected_version)
def test_default_progname(self):
# Make sure that program name taken from sys.argv[0] by default.
save_argv = sys.argv[:]
try:
sys.argv[0] = os.path.join("foo", "bar", "baz.py")
parser = OptionParser("%prog ...", version="%prog 1.2")
expected_usage = "Usage: baz.py ...\n"
self.assertUsage(parser, expected_usage)
self.assertVersion(parser, "baz.py 1.2")
self.assertHelp(parser,
expected_usage + "\n" +
"Options:\n"
" --version show program's version number and exit\n"
" -h, --help show this help message and exit\n")
finally:
sys.argv[:] = save_argv
def test_custom_progname(self):
parser = OptionParser(prog="thingy",
version="%prog 0.1",
usage="%prog arg arg")
parser.remove_option("-h")
parser.remove_option("--version")
expected_usage = "Usage: thingy arg arg\n"
self.assertUsage(parser, expected_usage)
self.assertVersion(parser, "thingy 0.1")
self.assertHelp(parser, expected_usage + "\n")
class TestExpandDefaults(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
self.parser = OptionParser(prog="test")
self.help_prefix = """\
Usage: test [options]
Options:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
"""
self.file_help = "read from FILE [default: %default]"
self.expected_help_file = self.help_prefix + \
" -f FILE, --file=FILE read from FILE [default: foo.txt]\n"
self.expected_help_none = self.help_prefix + \
" -f FILE, --file=FILE read from FILE [default: none]\n"
def test_option_default(self):
self.parser.add_option("-f", "--file",
default="foo.txt",
help=self.file_help)
self.assertHelp(self.parser, self.expected_help_file)
def test_parser_default_1(self):
self.parser.add_option("-f", "--file",
help=self.file_help)
self.parser.set_default('file', "foo.txt")
self.assertHelp(self.parser, self.expected_help_file)
def test_parser_default_2(self):
self.parser.add_option("-f", "--file",
help=self.file_help)
self.parser.set_defaults(file="foo.txt")
self.assertHelp(self.parser, self.expected_help_file)
def test_no_default(self):
self.parser.add_option("-f", "--file",
help=self.file_help)
self.assertHelp(self.parser, self.expected_help_none)
def test_default_none_1(self):
self.parser.add_option("-f", "--file",
default=None,
help=self.file_help)
self.assertHelp(self.parser, self.expected_help_none)
def test_default_none_2(self):
self.parser.add_option("-f", "--file",
help=self.file_help)
self.parser.set_defaults(file=None)
self.assertHelp(self.parser, self.expected_help_none)
def test_float_default(self):
self.parser.add_option(
"-p", "--prob",
help="blow up with probability PROB [default: %default]")
self.parser.set_defaults(prob=0.43)
expected_help = self.help_prefix + \
" -p PROB, --prob=PROB blow up with probability PROB [default: 0.43]\n"
self.assertHelp(self.parser, expected_help)
def test_alt_expand(self):
self.parser.add_option("-f", "--file",
default="foo.txt",
help="read from FILE [default: *DEFAULT*]")
self.parser.formatter.default_tag = "*DEFAULT*"
self.assertHelp(self.parser, self.expected_help_file)
def test_no_expand(self):
self.parser.add_option("-f", "--file",
default="foo.txt",
help="read from %default file")
self.parser.formatter.default_tag = None
expected_help = self.help_prefix + \
" -f FILE, --file=FILE read from %default file\n"
self.assertHelp(self.parser, expected_help)
# -- Test parser.parse_args() ------------------------------------------
class TestStandard(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
options = [make_option("-a", type="string"),
make_option("-b", "--boo", type="int", dest='boo'),
make_option("--foo", action="append")]
self.parser = InterceptingOptionParser(usage=SUPPRESS_USAGE,
option_list=options)
def test_required_value(self):
self.assertParseFail(["-a"], "-a option requires 1 argument")
def test_invalid_integer(self):
self.assertParseFail(["-b", "5x"],
"option -b: invalid integer value: '5x'")
def test_no_such_option(self):
self.assertParseFail(["--boo13"], "no such option: --boo13")
def test_long_invalid_integer(self):
self.assertParseFail(["--boo=x5"],
"option --boo: invalid integer value: 'x5'")
def test_empty(self):
self.assertParseOK([], {'a': None, 'boo': None, 'foo': None}, [])
def test_shortopt_empty_longopt_append(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-a", "", "--foo=blah", "--foo="],
{'a': "", 'boo': None, 'foo': ["blah", ""]},
[])
def test_long_option_append(self):
self.assertParseOK(["--foo", "bar", "--foo", "", "--foo=x"],
{'a': None,
'boo': None,
'foo': ["bar", "", "x"]},
[])
def test_option_argument_joined(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-abc"],
{'a': "bc", 'boo': None, 'foo': None},
[])
def test_option_argument_split(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-a", "34"],
{'a': "34", 'boo': None, 'foo': None},
[])
def test_option_argument_joined_integer(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-b34"],
{'a': None, 'boo': 34, 'foo': None},
[])
def test_option_argument_split_negative_integer(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-b", "-5"],
{'a': None, 'boo': -5, 'foo': None},
[])
def test_long_option_argument_joined(self):
self.assertParseOK(["--boo=13"],
{'a': None, 'boo': 13, 'foo': None},
[])
def test_long_option_argument_split(self):
self.assertParseOK(["--boo", "111"],
{'a': None, 'boo': 111, 'foo': None},
[])
def test_long_option_short_option(self):
self.assertParseOK(["--foo=bar", "-axyz"],
{'a': 'xyz', 'boo': None, 'foo': ["bar"]},
[])
def test_abbrev_long_option(self):
self.assertParseOK(["--f=bar", "-axyz"],
{'a': 'xyz', 'boo': None, 'foo': ["bar"]},
[])
def test_defaults(self):
(options, args) = self.parser.parse_args([])
defaults = self.parser.get_default_values()
self.assertEqual(vars(defaults), vars(options))
def test_ambiguous_option(self):
self.parser.add_option("--foz", action="store",
type="string", dest="foo")
self.assertParseFail(["--f=bar"],
"ambiguous option: --f (--foo, --foz?)")
def test_short_and_long_option_split(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-a", "xyz", "--foo", "bar"],
{'a': 'xyz', 'boo': None, 'foo': ["bar"]},
[])
def test_short_option_split_long_option_append(self):
self.assertParseOK(["--foo=bar", "-b", "123", "--foo", "baz"],
{'a': None, 'boo': 123, 'foo': ["bar", "baz"]},
[])
def test_short_option_split_one_positional_arg(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-a", "foo", "bar"],
{'a': "foo", 'boo': None, 'foo': None},
["bar"])
def test_short_option_consumes_separator(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-a", "--", "foo", "bar"],
{'a': "--", 'boo': None, 'foo': None},
["foo", "bar"])
self.assertParseOK(["-a", "--", "--foo", "bar"],
{'a': "--", 'boo': None, 'foo': ["bar"]},
[])
def test_short_option_joined_and_separator(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-ab", "--", "--foo", "bar"],
{'a': "b", 'boo': None, 'foo': None},
["--foo", "bar"]),
def test_hyphen_becomes_positional_arg(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-ab", "-", "--foo", "bar"],
{'a': "b", 'boo': None, 'foo': ["bar"]},
["-"])
def test_no_append_versus_append(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-b3", "-b", "5", "--foo=bar", "--foo", "baz"],
{'a': None, 'boo': 5, 'foo': ["bar", "baz"]},
[])
def test_option_consumes_optionlike_string(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-a", "-b3"],
{'a': "-b3", 'boo': None, 'foo': None},
[])
def test_combined_single_invalid_option(self):
self.parser.add_option("-t", action="store_true")
self.assertParseFail(["-test"],
"no such option: -e")
class TestBool(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
options = [make_option("-v",
"--verbose",
action="store_true",
dest="verbose",
default=''),
make_option("-q",
"--quiet",
action="store_false",
dest="verbose")]
self.parser = OptionParser(option_list = options)
def test_bool_default(self):
self.assertParseOK([],
{'verbose': ''},
[])
def test_bool_false(self):
(options, args) = self.assertParseOK(["-q"],
{'verbose': 0},
[])
self.assertTrue(options.verbose is False)
def test_bool_true(self):
(options, args) = self.assertParseOK(["-v"],
{'verbose': 1},
[])
self.assertTrue(options.verbose is True)
def test_bool_flicker_on_and_off(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-qvq", "-q", "-v"],
{'verbose': 1},
[])
class TestChoice(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
self.parser = InterceptingOptionParser(usage=SUPPRESS_USAGE)
self.parser.add_option("-c", action="store", type="choice",
dest="choice", choices=["one", "two", "three"])
def test_valid_choice(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-c", "one", "xyz"],
{'choice': 'one'},
["xyz"])
def test_invalid_choice(self):
self.assertParseFail(["-c", "four", "abc"],
"option -c: invalid choice: 'four' "
"(choose from 'one', 'two', 'three')")
def test_add_choice_option(self):
self.parser.add_option("-d", "--default",
choices=["four", "five", "six"])
opt = self.parser.get_option("-d")
self.assertEqual(opt.type, "choice")
self.assertEqual(opt.action, "store")
class TestCount(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
self.parser = InterceptingOptionParser(usage=SUPPRESS_USAGE)
self.v_opt = make_option("-v", action="count", dest="verbose")
self.parser.add_option(self.v_opt)
self.parser.add_option("--verbose", type="int", dest="verbose")
self.parser.add_option("-q", "--quiet",
action="store_const", dest="verbose", const=0)
def test_empty(self):
self.assertParseOK([], {'verbose': None}, [])
def test_count_one(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-v"], {'verbose': 1}, [])
def test_count_three(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-vvv"], {'verbose': 3}, [])
def test_count_three_apart(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-v", "-v", "-v"], {'verbose': 3}, [])
def test_count_override_amount(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-vvv", "--verbose=2"], {'verbose': 2}, [])
def test_count_override_quiet(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-vvv", "--verbose=2", "-q"], {'verbose': 0}, [])
def test_count_overriding(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-vvv", "--verbose=2", "-q", "-v"],
{'verbose': 1}, [])
def test_count_interspersed_args(self):
self.assertParseOK(["--quiet", "3", "-v"],
{'verbose': 1},
["3"])
def test_count_no_interspersed_args(self):
self.parser.disable_interspersed_args()
self.assertParseOK(["--quiet", "3", "-v"],
{'verbose': 0},
["3", "-v"])
def test_count_no_such_option(self):
self.assertParseFail(["-q3", "-v"], "no such option: -3")
def test_count_option_no_value(self):
self.assertParseFail(["--quiet=3", "-v"],
"--quiet option does not take a value")
def test_count_with_default(self):
self.parser.set_default('verbose', 0)
self.assertParseOK([], {'verbose':0}, [])
def test_count_overriding_default(self):
self.parser.set_default('verbose', 0)
self.assertParseOK(["-vvv", "--verbose=2", "-q", "-v"],
{'verbose': 1}, [])
class TestMultipleArgs(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
self.parser = InterceptingOptionParser(usage=SUPPRESS_USAGE)
self.parser.add_option("-p", "--point",
action="store", nargs=3, type="float", dest="point")
def test_nargs_with_positional_args(self):
self.assertParseOK(["foo", "-p", "1", "2.5", "-4.3", "xyz"],
{'point': (1.0, 2.5, -4.3)},
["foo", "xyz"])
def test_nargs_long_opt(self):
self.assertParseOK(["--point", "-1", "2.5", "-0", "xyz"],
{'point': (-1.0, 2.5, -0.0)},
["xyz"])
def test_nargs_invalid_float_value(self):
self.assertParseFail(["-p", "1.0", "2x", "3.5"],
"option -p: "
"invalid floating-point value: '2x'")
def test_nargs_required_values(self):
self.assertParseFail(["--point", "1.0", "3.5"],
"--point option requires 3 arguments")
class TestMultipleArgsAppend(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
self.parser = InterceptingOptionParser(usage=SUPPRESS_USAGE)
self.parser.add_option("-p", "--point", action="store", nargs=3,
type="float", dest="point")
self.parser.add_option("-f", "--foo", action="append", nargs=2,
type="int", dest="foo")
self.parser.add_option("-z", "--zero", action="append_const",
dest="foo", const=(0, 0))
def test_nargs_append(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-f", "4", "-3", "blah", "--foo", "1", "666"],
{'point': None, 'foo': [(4, -3), (1, 666)]},
["blah"])
def test_nargs_append_required_values(self):
self.assertParseFail(["-f4,3"],
"-f option requires 2 arguments")
def test_nargs_append_simple(self):
self.assertParseOK(["--foo=3", "4"],
{'point': None, 'foo':[(3, 4)]},
[])
def test_nargs_append_const(self):
self.assertParseOK(["--zero", "--foo", "3", "4", "-z"],
{'point': None, 'foo':[(0, 0), (3, 4), (0, 0)]},
[])
class TestVersion(BaseTest):
def test_version(self):
self.parser = InterceptingOptionParser(usage=SUPPRESS_USAGE,
version="%prog 0.1")
save_argv = sys.argv[:]
try:
sys.argv[0] = os.path.join(os.curdir, "foo", "bar")
self.assertOutput(["--version"], "bar 0.1\n")
finally:
sys.argv[:] = save_argv
def test_no_version(self):
self.parser = InterceptingOptionParser(usage=SUPPRESS_USAGE)
self.assertParseFail(["--version"],
"no such option: --version")
# -- Test conflicting default values and parser.parse_args() -----------
class TestConflictingDefaults(BaseTest):
"""Conflicting default values: the last one should win."""
def setUp(self):
self.parser = OptionParser(option_list=[
make_option("-v", action="store_true", dest="verbose", default=1)])
def test_conflict_default(self):
self.parser.add_option("-q", action="store_false", dest="verbose",
default=0)
self.assertParseOK([], {'verbose': 0}, [])
def test_conflict_default_none(self):
self.parser.add_option("-q", action="store_false", dest="verbose",
default=None)
self.assertParseOK([], {'verbose': None}, [])
class TestOptionGroup(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
self.parser = OptionParser(usage=SUPPRESS_USAGE)
def test_option_group_create_instance(self):
group = OptionGroup(self.parser, "Spam")
self.parser.add_option_group(group)
group.add_option("--spam", action="store_true",
help="spam spam spam spam")
self.assertParseOK(["--spam"], {'spam': 1}, [])
def test_add_group_no_group(self):
self.assertTypeError(self.parser.add_option_group,
"not an OptionGroup instance: None", None)
def test_add_group_invalid_arguments(self):
self.assertTypeError(self.parser.add_option_group,
"invalid arguments", None, None)
def test_add_group_wrong_parser(self):
group = OptionGroup(self.parser, "Spam")
group.parser = OptionParser()
self.assertRaises(self.parser.add_option_group, (group,), None,
ValueError, "invalid OptionGroup (wrong parser)")
def test_group_manipulate(self):
group = self.parser.add_option_group("Group 2",
description="Some more options")
group.set_title("Bacon")
group.add_option("--bacon", type="int")
self.assertTrue(self.parser.get_option_group("--bacon"), group)
# -- Test extending and parser.parse_args() ----------------------------
class TestExtendAddTypes(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
self.parser = InterceptingOptionParser(usage=SUPPRESS_USAGE,
option_class=self.MyOption)
self.parser.add_option("-a", None, type="string", dest="a")
self.parser.add_option("-f", "--file", type="file", dest="file")
def tearDown(self):
if os.path.isdir(support.TESTFN):
os.rmdir(support.TESTFN)
elif os.path.isfile(support.TESTFN):
os.unlink(support.TESTFN)
class MyOption (Option):
def check_file(option, opt, value):
if not os.path.exists(value):
raise OptionValueError("%s: file does not exist" % value)
elif not os.path.isfile(value):
raise OptionValueError("%s: not a regular file" % value)
return value
TYPES = Option.TYPES + ("file",)
TYPE_CHECKER = copy.copy(Option.TYPE_CHECKER)
TYPE_CHECKER["file"] = check_file
def test_filetype_ok(self):
support.create_empty_file(support.TESTFN)
self.assertParseOK(["--file", support.TESTFN, "-afoo"],
{'file': support.TESTFN, 'a': 'foo'},
[])
def test_filetype_noexist(self):
self.assertParseFail(["--file", support.TESTFN, "-afoo"],
"%s: file does not exist" %
support.TESTFN)
def test_filetype_notfile(self):
os.mkdir(support.TESTFN)
self.assertParseFail(["--file", support.TESTFN, "-afoo"],
"%s: not a regular file" %
support.TESTFN)
class TestExtendAddActions(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
options = [self.MyOption("-a", "--apple", action="extend",
type="string", dest="apple")]
self.parser = OptionParser(option_list=options)
class MyOption (Option):
ACTIONS = Option.ACTIONS + ("extend",)
STORE_ACTIONS = Option.STORE_ACTIONS + ("extend",)
TYPED_ACTIONS = Option.TYPED_ACTIONS + ("extend",)
def take_action(self, action, dest, opt, value, values, parser):
if action == "extend":
lvalue = value.split(",")
values.ensure_value(dest, []).extend(lvalue)
else:
Option.take_action(self, action, dest, opt, parser, value,
values)
def test_extend_add_action(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-afoo,bar", "--apple=blah"],
{'apple': ["foo", "bar", "blah"]},
[])
def test_extend_add_action_normal(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-a", "foo", "-abar", "--apple=x,y"],
{'apple': ["foo", "bar", "x", "y"]},
[])
# -- Test callbacks and parser.parse_args() ----------------------------
class TestCallback(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
options = [make_option("-x",
None,
action="callback",
callback=self.process_opt),
make_option("-f",
"--file",
action="callback",
callback=self.process_opt,
type="string",
dest="filename")]
self.parser = OptionParser(option_list=options)
def process_opt(self, option, opt, value, parser_):
if opt == "-x":
self.assertEqual(option._short_opts, ["-x"])
self.assertEqual(option._long_opts, [])
self.assertTrue(parser_ is self.parser)
self.assertTrue(value is None)
self.assertEqual(vars(parser_.values), {'filename': None})
parser_.values.x = 42
elif opt == "--file":
self.assertEqual(option._short_opts, ["-f"])
self.assertEqual(option._long_opts, ["--file"])
self.assertTrue(parser_ is self.parser)
self.assertEqual(value, "foo")
self.assertEqual(vars(parser_.values), {'filename': None, 'x': 42})
setattr(parser_.values, option.dest, value)
else:
self.fail("Unknown option %r in process_opt." % opt)
def test_callback(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-x", "--file=foo"],
{'filename': "foo", 'x': 42},
[])
def test_callback_help(self):
# This test was prompted by SF bug #960515 -- the point is
# not to inspect the help text, just to make sure that
# format_help() doesn't crash.
parser = OptionParser(usage=SUPPRESS_USAGE)
parser.remove_option("-h")
parser.add_option("-t", "--test", action="callback",
callback=lambda: None, type="string",
help="foo")
expected_help = ("Options:\n"
" -t TEST, --test=TEST foo\n")
self.assertHelp(parser, expected_help)
class TestCallbackExtraArgs(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
options = [make_option("-p", "--point", action="callback",
callback=self.process_tuple,
callback_args=(3, int), type="string",
dest="points", default=[])]
self.parser = OptionParser(option_list=options)
def process_tuple(self, option, opt, value, parser_, len, type):
self.assertEqual(len, 3)
self.assertTrue(type is int)
if opt == "-p":
self.assertEqual(value, "1,2,3")
elif opt == "--point":
self.assertEqual(value, "4,5,6")
value = tuple(map(type, value.split(",")))
getattr(parser_.values, option.dest).append(value)
def test_callback_extra_args(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-p1,2,3", "--point", "4,5,6"],
{'points': [(1,2,3), (4,5,6)]},
[])
class TestCallbackMeddleArgs(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
options = [make_option(str(x), action="callback",
callback=self.process_n, dest='things')
for x in range(-1, -6, -1)]
self.parser = OptionParser(option_list=options)
# Callback that meddles in rargs, largs
def process_n(self, option, opt, value, parser_):
# option is -3, -5, etc.
nargs = int(opt[1:])
rargs = parser_.rargs
if len(rargs) < nargs:
self.fail("Expected %d arguments for %s option." % (nargs, opt))
dest = parser_.values.ensure_value(option.dest, [])
dest.append(tuple(rargs[0:nargs]))
parser_.largs.append(nargs)
del rargs[0:nargs]
def test_callback_meddle_args(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-1", "foo", "-3", "bar", "baz", "qux"],
{'things': [("foo",), ("bar", "baz", "qux")]},
[1, 3])
def test_callback_meddle_args_separator(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-2", "foo", "--"],
{'things': [('foo', '--')]},
[2])
class TestCallbackManyArgs(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
options = [make_option("-a", "--apple", action="callback", nargs=2,
callback=self.process_many, type="string"),
make_option("-b", "--bob", action="callback", nargs=3,
callback=self.process_many, type="int")]
self.parser = OptionParser(option_list=options)
def process_many(self, option, opt, value, parser_):
if opt == "-a":
self.assertEqual(value, ("foo", "bar"))
elif opt == "--apple":
self.assertEqual(value, ("ding", "dong"))
elif opt == "-b":
self.assertEqual(value, (1, 2, 3))
elif opt == "--bob":
self.assertEqual(value, (-666, 42, 0))
def test_many_args(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-a", "foo", "bar", "--apple", "ding", "dong",
"-b", "1", "2", "3", "--bob", "-666", "42",
"0"],
{"apple": None, "bob": None},
[])
class TestCallbackCheckAbbrev(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
self.parser = OptionParser()
self.parser.add_option("--foo-bar", action="callback",
callback=self.check_abbrev)
def check_abbrev(self, option, opt, value, parser):
self.assertEqual(opt, "--foo-bar")
def test_abbrev_callback_expansion(self):
self.assertParseOK(["--foo"], {}, [])
class TestCallbackVarArgs(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
options = [make_option("-a", type="int", nargs=2, dest="a"),
make_option("-b", action="store_true", dest="b"),
make_option("-c", "--callback", action="callback",
callback=self.variable_args, dest="c")]
self.parser = InterceptingOptionParser(usage=SUPPRESS_USAGE,
option_list=options)
def variable_args(self, option, opt, value, parser):
self.assertTrue(value is None)
value = []
rargs = parser.rargs
while rargs:
arg = rargs[0]
if ((arg[:2] == "--" and len(arg) > 2) or
(arg[:1] == "-" and len(arg) > 1 and arg[1] != "-")):
break
else:
value.append(arg)
del rargs[0]
setattr(parser.values, option.dest, value)
def test_variable_args(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-a3", "-5", "--callback", "foo", "bar"],
{'a': (3, -5), 'b': None, 'c': ["foo", "bar"]},
[])
def test_consume_separator_stop_at_option(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-c", "37", "--", "xxx", "-b", "hello"],
{'a': None,
'b': True,
'c': ["37", "--", "xxx"]},
["hello"])
def test_positional_arg_and_variable_args(self):
self.assertParseOK(["hello", "-c", "foo", "-", "bar"],
{'a': None,
'b': None,
'c':["foo", "-", "bar"]},
["hello"])
def test_stop_at_option(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-c", "foo", "-b"],
{'a': None, 'b': True, 'c': ["foo"]},
[])
def test_stop_at_invalid_option(self):
self.assertParseFail(["-c", "3", "-5", "-a"], "no such option: -5")
# -- Test conflict handling and parser.parse_args() --------------------
class ConflictBase(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
options = [make_option("-v", "--verbose", action="count",
dest="verbose", help="increment verbosity")]
self.parser = InterceptingOptionParser(usage=SUPPRESS_USAGE,
option_list=options)
def show_version(self, option, opt, value, parser):
parser.values.show_version = 1
class TestConflict(ConflictBase):
"""Use the default conflict resolution for Optik 1.2: error."""
def assertTrueconflict_error(self, func):
err = self.assertRaises(
func, ("-v", "--version"), {'action' : "callback",
'callback' : self.show_version,
'help' : "show version"},
OptionConflictError,
"option -v/--version: conflicting option string(s): -v")
self.assertEqual(err.msg, "conflicting option string(s): -v")
self.assertEqual(err.option_id, "-v/--version")
def test_conflict_error(self):
self.assertTrueconflict_error(self.parser.add_option)
def test_conflict_error_group(self):
group = OptionGroup(self.parser, "Group 1")
self.assertTrueconflict_error(group.add_option)
def test_no_such_conflict_handler(self):
self.assertRaises(
self.parser.set_conflict_handler, ('foo',), None,
ValueError, "invalid conflict_resolution value 'foo'")
class TestConflictResolve(ConflictBase):
def setUp(self):
ConflictBase.setUp(self)
self.parser.set_conflict_handler("resolve")
self.parser.add_option("-v", "--version", action="callback",
callback=self.show_version, help="show version")
def test_conflict_resolve(self):
v_opt = self.parser.get_option("-v")
verbose_opt = self.parser.get_option("--verbose")
version_opt = self.parser.get_option("--version")
self.assertTrue(v_opt is version_opt)
self.assertTrue(v_opt is not verbose_opt)
self.assertEqual(v_opt._long_opts, ["--version"])
self.assertEqual(version_opt._short_opts, ["-v"])
self.assertEqual(version_opt._long_opts, ["--version"])
self.assertEqual(verbose_opt._short_opts, [])
self.assertEqual(verbose_opt._long_opts, ["--verbose"])
def test_conflict_resolve_help(self):
self.assertOutput(["-h"], """\
Options:
--verbose increment verbosity
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-v, --version show version
""")
def test_conflict_resolve_short_opt(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-v"],
{'verbose': None, 'show_version': 1},
[])
def test_conflict_resolve_long_opt(self):
self.assertParseOK(["--verbose"],
{'verbose': 1},
[])
def test_conflict_resolve_long_opts(self):
self.assertParseOK(["--verbose", "--version"],
{'verbose': 1, 'show_version': 1},
[])
class TestConflictOverride(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
self.parser = InterceptingOptionParser(usage=SUPPRESS_USAGE)
self.parser.set_conflict_handler("resolve")
self.parser.add_option("-n", "--dry-run",
action="store_true", dest="dry_run",
help="don't do anything")
self.parser.add_option("--dry-run", "-n",
action="store_const", const=42, dest="dry_run",
help="dry run mode")
def test_conflict_override_opts(self):
opt = self.parser.get_option("--dry-run")
self.assertEqual(opt._short_opts, ["-n"])
self.assertEqual(opt._long_opts, ["--dry-run"])
def test_conflict_override_help(self):
self.assertOutput(["-h"], """\
Options:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-n, --dry-run dry run mode
""")
def test_conflict_override_args(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-n"],
{'dry_run': 42},
[])
# -- Other testing. ----------------------------------------------------
_expected_help_basic = """\
Usage: bar.py [options]
Options:
-a APPLE throw APPLEs at basket
-b NUM, --boo=NUM shout "boo!" NUM times (in order to frighten away all the
evil spirits that cause trouble and mayhem)
--foo=FOO store FOO in the foo list for later fooing
-h, --help show this help message and exit
"""
_expected_help_long_opts_first = """\
Usage: bar.py [options]
Options:
-a APPLE throw APPLEs at basket
--boo=NUM, -b NUM shout "boo!" NUM times (in order to frighten away all the
evil spirits that cause trouble and mayhem)
--foo=FOO store FOO in the foo list for later fooing
--help, -h show this help message and exit
"""
_expected_help_title_formatter = """\
Usage
=====
bar.py [options]
Options
=======
-a APPLE throw APPLEs at basket
--boo=NUM, -b NUM shout "boo!" NUM times (in order to frighten away all the
evil spirits that cause trouble and mayhem)
--foo=FOO store FOO in the foo list for later fooing
--help, -h show this help message and exit
"""
_expected_help_short_lines = """\
Usage: bar.py [options]
Options:
-a APPLE throw APPLEs at basket
-b NUM, --boo=NUM shout "boo!" NUM times (in order to
frighten away all the evil spirits
that cause trouble and mayhem)
--foo=FOO store FOO in the foo list for later
fooing
-h, --help show this help message and exit
"""
_expected_very_help_short_lines = """\
Usage: bar.py [options]
Options:
-a APPLE
throw
APPLEs at
basket
-b NUM, --boo=NUM
shout
"boo!" NUM
times (in
order to
frighten
away all
the evil
spirits
that cause
trouble and
mayhem)
--foo=FOO
store FOO
in the foo
list for
later
fooing
-h, --help
show this
help
message and
exit
"""
class TestHelp(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
self.parser = self.make_parser(80)
def make_parser(self, columns):
options = [
make_option("-a", type="string", dest='a',
metavar="APPLE", help="throw APPLEs at basket"),
make_option("-b", "--boo", type="int", dest='boo',
metavar="NUM",
help=
"shout \"boo!\" NUM times (in order to frighten away "
"all the evil spirits that cause trouble and mayhem)"),
make_option("--foo", action="append", type="string", dest='foo',
help="store FOO in the foo list for later fooing"),
]
# We need to set COLUMNS for the OptionParser constructor, but
# we must restore its original value -- otherwise, this test
# screws things up for other tests when it's part of the Python
# test suite.
with support.EnvironmentVarGuard() as env:
env['COLUMNS'] = str(columns)
return InterceptingOptionParser(option_list=options)
def assertHelpEquals(self, expected_output):
save_argv = sys.argv[:]
try:
# Make optparse believe bar.py is being executed.
sys.argv[0] = os.path.join("foo", "bar.py")
self.assertOutput(["-h"], expected_output)
finally:
sys.argv[:] = save_argv
def test_help(self):
self.assertHelpEquals(_expected_help_basic)
def test_help_old_usage(self):
self.parser.set_usage("Usage: %prog [options]")
self.assertHelpEquals(_expected_help_basic)
def test_help_long_opts_first(self):
self.parser.formatter.short_first = 0
self.assertHelpEquals(_expected_help_long_opts_first)
def test_help_title_formatter(self):
with support.EnvironmentVarGuard() as env:
env["COLUMNS"] = "80"
self.parser.formatter = TitledHelpFormatter()
self.assertHelpEquals(_expected_help_title_formatter)
def test_wrap_columns(self):
# Ensure that wrapping respects $COLUMNS environment variable.
# Need to reconstruct the parser, since that's the only time
# we look at $COLUMNS.
self.parser = self.make_parser(60)
self.assertHelpEquals(_expected_help_short_lines)
self.parser = self.make_parser(0)
self.assertHelpEquals(_expected_very_help_short_lines)
def test_help_unicode(self):
self.parser = InterceptingOptionParser(usage=SUPPRESS_USAGE)
self.parser.add_option("-a", action="store_true", help="ol\u00E9!")
expect = """\
Options:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-a ol\u00E9!
"""
self.assertHelpEquals(expect)
def test_help_unicode_description(self):
self.parser = InterceptingOptionParser(usage=SUPPRESS_USAGE,
description="ol\u00E9!")
expect = """\
ol\u00E9!
Options:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
"""
self.assertHelpEquals(expect)
def test_help_description_groups(self):
self.parser.set_description(
"This is the program description for %prog. %prog has "
"an option group as well as single options.")
group = OptionGroup(
self.parser, "Dangerous Options",
"Caution: use of these options is at your own risk. "
"It is believed that some of them bite.")
group.add_option("-g", action="store_true", help="Group option.")
self.parser.add_option_group(group)
expect = """\
Usage: bar.py [options]
This is the program description for bar.py. bar.py has an option group as
well as single options.
Options:
-a APPLE throw APPLEs at basket
-b NUM, --boo=NUM shout "boo!" NUM times (in order to frighten away all the
evil spirits that cause trouble and mayhem)
--foo=FOO store FOO in the foo list for later fooing
-h, --help show this help message and exit
Dangerous Options:
Caution: use of these options is at your own risk. It is believed
that some of them bite.
-g Group option.
"""
self.assertHelpEquals(expect)
self.parser.epilog = "Please report bugs to /dev/null."
self.assertHelpEquals(expect + "\nPlease report bugs to /dev/null.\n")
class TestMatchAbbrev(BaseTest):
def test_match_abbrev(self):
self.assertEqual(_match_abbrev("--f",
{"--foz": None,
"--foo": None,
"--fie": None,
"--f": None}),
"--f")
def test_match_abbrev_error(self):
s = "--f"
wordmap = {"--foz": None, "--foo": None, "--fie": None}
self.assertRaises(
_match_abbrev, (s, wordmap), None,
BadOptionError, "ambiguous option: --f (--fie, --foo, --foz?)")
class TestParseNumber(BaseTest):
def setUp(self):
self.parser = InterceptingOptionParser()
self.parser.add_option("-n", type=int)
self.parser.add_option("-l", type=int)
def test_parse_num_fail(self):
self.assertRaises(
_parse_num, ("", int), {},
ValueError,
re.compile(r"invalid literal for int().*: '?'?"))
self.assertRaises(
_parse_num, ("0xOoops", int), {},
ValueError,
re.compile(r"invalid literal for int().*: s?'?0xOoops'?"))
def test_parse_num_ok(self):
self.assertEqual(_parse_num("0", int), 0)
self.assertEqual(_parse_num("0x10", int), 16)
self.assertEqual(_parse_num("0XA", int), 10)
self.assertEqual(_parse_num("010", int), 8)
self.assertEqual(_parse_num("0b11", int), 3)
self.assertEqual(_parse_num("0b", int), 0)
def test_numeric_options(self):
self.assertParseOK(["-n", "42", "-l", "0x20"],
{ "n": 42, "l": 0x20 }, [])
self.assertParseOK(["-n", "0b0101", "-l010"],
{ "n": 5, "l": 8 }, [])
self.assertParseFail(["-n008"],
"option -n: invalid integer value: '008'")
self.assertParseFail(["-l0b0123"],
"option -l: invalid integer value: '0b0123'")
self.assertParseFail(["-l", "0x12x"],
"option -l: invalid integer value: '0x12x'")
class MiscTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
def test__all__(self):
blacklist = {'check_builtin', 'AmbiguousOptionError', 'NO_DEFAULT'}
support.check__all__(self, optparse, blacklist=blacklist)
def test_main():
support.run_unittest(__name__)
if __name__ == '__main__':
test_main()
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