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import sys
import types
import warnings
import unittest
# Decorator used in the deprecation tests to reset the warning registry for
# test isolation and reproducibility.
def warningregistry(func):
def wrapper(*args, **kws):
missing = []
saved = getattr(warnings, '__warningregistry__', missing).copy()
try:
return func(*args, **kws)
finally:
if saved is missing:
try:
del warnings.__warningregistry__
except AttributeError:
pass
else:
warnings.__warningregistry__ = saved
return wrapper
class Test_TestLoader(unittest.TestCase):
### Basic object tests
################################################################
def test___init__(self):
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
self.assertEqual([], loader.errors)
### Tests for TestLoader.loadTestsFromTestCase
################################################################
# "Return a suite of all test cases contained in the TestCase-derived
# class testCaseClass"
def test_loadTestsFromTestCase(self):
class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
def test_1(self): pass
def test_2(self): pass
def foo_bar(self): pass
tests = unittest.TestSuite([Foo('test_1'), Foo('test_2')])
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromTestCase(Foo), tests)
# "Return a suite of all test cases contained in the TestCase-derived
# class testCaseClass"
#
# Make sure it does the right thing even if no tests were found
def test_loadTestsFromTestCase__no_matches(self):
class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
def foo_bar(self): pass
empty_suite = unittest.TestSuite()
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromTestCase(Foo), empty_suite)
# "Return a suite of all test cases contained in the TestCase-derived
# class testCaseClass"
#
# What happens if loadTestsFromTestCase() is given an object
# that isn't a subclass of TestCase? Specifically, what happens
# if testCaseClass is a subclass of TestSuite?
#
# This is checked for specifically in the code, so we better add a
# test for it.
def test_loadTestsFromTestCase__TestSuite_subclass(self):
class NotATestCase(unittest.TestSuite):
pass
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
try:
loader.loadTestsFromTestCase(NotATestCase)
except TypeError:
pass
else:
self.fail('Should raise TypeError')
# "Return a suite of all test cases contained in the TestCase-derived
# class testCaseClass"
#
# Make sure loadTestsFromTestCase() picks up the default test method
# name (as specified by TestCase), even though the method name does
# not match the default TestLoader.testMethodPrefix string
def test_loadTestsFromTestCase__default_method_name(self):
class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
def runTest(self):
pass
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
# This has to be false for the test to succeed
self.assertFalse('runTest'.startswith(loader.testMethodPrefix))
suite = loader.loadTestsFromTestCase(Foo)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
self.assertEqual(list(suite), [Foo('runTest')])
################################################################
### /Tests for TestLoader.loadTestsFromTestCase
### Tests for TestLoader.loadTestsFromModule
################################################################
# "This method searches `module` for classes derived from TestCase"
def test_loadTestsFromModule__TestCase_subclass(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
def test(self):
pass
m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromModule(m)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
expected = [loader.suiteClass([MyTestCase('test')])]
self.assertEqual(list(suite), expected)
# "This method searches `module` for classes derived from TestCase"
#
# What happens if no tests are found (no TestCase instances)?
def test_loadTestsFromModule__no_TestCase_instances(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromModule(m)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
self.assertEqual(list(suite), [])
# "This method searches `module` for classes derived from TestCase"
#
# What happens if no tests are found (TestCases instances, but no tests)?
def test_loadTestsFromModule__no_TestCase_tests(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
pass
m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromModule(m)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
self.assertEqual(list(suite), [loader.suiteClass()])
# "This method searches `module` for classes derived from TestCase"s
#
# What happens if loadTestsFromModule() is given something other
# than a module?
#
# XXX Currently, it succeeds anyway. This flexibility
# should either be documented or loadTestsFromModule() should
# raise a TypeError
#
# XXX Certain people are using this behaviour. We'll add a test for it
def test_loadTestsFromModule__not_a_module(self):
class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
def test(self):
pass
class NotAModule(object):
test_2 = MyTestCase
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromModule(NotAModule)
reference = [unittest.TestSuite([MyTestCase('test')])]
self.assertEqual(list(suite), reference)
# Check that loadTestsFromModule honors (or not) a module
# with a load_tests function.
@warningregistry
def test_loadTestsFromModule__load_tests(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
def test(self):
pass
m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
load_tests_args = []
def load_tests(loader, tests, pattern):
self.assertIsInstance(tests, unittest.TestSuite)
load_tests_args.extend((loader, tests, pattern))
return tests
m.load_tests = load_tests
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromModule(m)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, unittest.TestSuite)
self.assertEqual(load_tests_args, [loader, suite, None])
# With Python 3.5, the undocumented and unofficial use_load_tests is
# ignored (and deprecated).
load_tests_args = []
with warnings.catch_warnings(record=False):
warnings.simplefilter('ignore')
suite = loader.loadTestsFromModule(m, use_load_tests=False)
self.assertEqual(load_tests_args, [loader, suite, None])
@warningregistry
def test_loadTestsFromModule__use_load_tests_deprecated_positional(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
def test(self):
pass
m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
load_tests_args = []
def load_tests(loader, tests, pattern):
self.assertIsInstance(tests, unittest.TestSuite)
load_tests_args.extend((loader, tests, pattern))
return tests
m.load_tests = load_tests
# The method still works.
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
# use_load_tests=True as a positional argument.
with warnings.catch_warnings(record=True) as w:
warnings.simplefilter('always')
suite = loader.loadTestsFromModule(m, False)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, unittest.TestSuite)
# load_tests was still called because use_load_tests is deprecated
# and ignored.
self.assertEqual(load_tests_args, [loader, suite, None])
# We got a warning.
self.assertIs(w[-1].category, DeprecationWarning)
self.assertEqual(str(w[-1].message),
'use_load_tests is deprecated and ignored')
@warningregistry
def test_loadTestsFromModule__use_load_tests_deprecated_keyword(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
def test(self):
pass
m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
load_tests_args = []
def load_tests(loader, tests, pattern):
self.assertIsInstance(tests, unittest.TestSuite)
load_tests_args.extend((loader, tests, pattern))
return tests
m.load_tests = load_tests
# The method still works.
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
with warnings.catch_warnings(record=True) as w:
warnings.simplefilter('always')
suite = loader.loadTestsFromModule(m, use_load_tests=False)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, unittest.TestSuite)
# load_tests was still called because use_load_tests is deprecated
# and ignored.
self.assertEqual(load_tests_args, [loader, suite, None])
# We got a warning.
self.assertIs(w[-1].category, DeprecationWarning)
self.assertEqual(str(w[-1].message),
'use_load_tests is deprecated and ignored')
@warningregistry
def test_loadTestsFromModule__too_many_positional_args(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
def test(self):
pass
m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
load_tests_args = []
def load_tests(loader, tests, pattern):
self.assertIsInstance(tests, unittest.TestSuite)
load_tests_args.extend((loader, tests, pattern))
return tests
m.load_tests = load_tests
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
with self.assertRaises(TypeError) as cm, \
warnings.catch_warnings(record=True) as w:
warnings.simplefilter('always')
loader.loadTestsFromModule(m, False, 'testme.*')
# We still got the deprecation warning.
self.assertIs(w[-1].category, DeprecationWarning)
self.assertEqual(str(w[-1].message),
'use_load_tests is deprecated and ignored')
# We also got a TypeError for too many positional arguments.
self.assertEqual(type(cm.exception), TypeError)
self.assertEqual(
str(cm.exception),
'loadTestsFromModule() takes 1 positional argument but 3 were given')
@warningregistry
def test_loadTestsFromModule__use_load_tests_other_bad_keyword(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
def test(self):
pass
m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
load_tests_args = []
def load_tests(loader, tests, pattern):
self.assertIsInstance(tests, unittest.TestSuite)
load_tests_args.extend((loader, tests, pattern))
return tests
m.load_tests = load_tests
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
with warnings.catch_warnings():
warnings.simplefilter('ignore')
with self.assertRaises(TypeError) as cm:
loader.loadTestsFromModule(
m, use_load_tests=False, very_bad=True, worse=False)
self.assertEqual(type(cm.exception), TypeError)
# The error message names the first bad argument alphabetically,
# however use_load_tests (which sorts first) is ignored.
self.assertEqual(
str(cm.exception),
"loadTestsFromModule() got an unexpected keyword argument 'very_bad'")
def test_loadTestsFromModule__pattern(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
def test(self):
pass
m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
load_tests_args = []
def load_tests(loader, tests, pattern):
self.assertIsInstance(tests, unittest.TestSuite)
load_tests_args.extend((loader, tests, pattern))
return tests
m.load_tests = load_tests
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromModule(m, pattern='testme.*')
self.assertIsInstance(suite, unittest.TestSuite)
self.assertEqual(load_tests_args, [loader, suite, 'testme.*'])
def test_loadTestsFromModule__faulty_load_tests(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
def load_tests(loader, tests, pattern):
raise TypeError('some failure')
m.load_tests = load_tests
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromModule(m)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, unittest.TestSuite)
self.assertEqual(suite.countTestCases(), 1)
# Errors loading the suite are also captured for introspection.
self.assertNotEqual([], loader.errors)
self.assertEqual(1, len(loader.errors))
error = loader.errors[0]
self.assertTrue(
'Failed to call load_tests:' in error,
'missing error string in %r' % error)
test = list(suite)[0]
self.assertRaisesRegex(TypeError, "some failure", test.m)
################################################################
### /Tests for TestLoader.loadTestsFromModule()
### Tests for TestLoader.loadTestsFromName()
################################################################
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
# a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
# within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
# TestCase or TestSuite instance."
#
# Is ValueError raised in response to an empty name?
def test_loadTestsFromName__empty_name(self):
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
try:
loader.loadTestsFromName('')
except ValueError as e:
self.assertEqual(str(e), "Empty module name")
else:
self.fail("TestLoader.loadTestsFromName failed to raise ValueError")
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
# a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
# within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
# TestCase or TestSuite instance."
#
# What happens when the name contains invalid characters?
def test_loadTestsFromName__malformed_name(self):
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('abc () //')
error, test = self.check_deferred_error(loader, suite)
expected = "Failed to import test module: abc () //"
expected_regex = r"Failed to import test module: abc \(\) //"
self.assertIn(
expected, error,
'missing error string in %r' % error)
self.assertRaisesRegex(
ImportError, expected_regex, getattr(test, 'abc () //'))
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to a
# module"
#
# What happens when a module by that name can't be found?
def test_loadTestsFromName__unknown_module_name(self):
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('sdasfasfasdf')
expected = "No module named 'sdasfasfasdf'"
error, test = self.check_deferred_error(loader, suite)
self.assertIn(
expected, error,
'missing error string in %r' % error)
self.assertRaisesRegex(ImportError, expected, test.sdasfasfasdf)
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
# a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
# within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
# TestCase or TestSuite instance."
#
# What happens when the module is found, but the attribute isn't?
def test_loadTestsFromName__unknown_attr_name_on_module(self):
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('unittest.loader.sdasfasfasdf')
expected = "module 'unittest.loader' has no attribute 'sdasfasfasdf'"
error, test = self.check_deferred_error(loader, suite)
self.assertIn(
expected, error,
'missing error string in %r' % error)
self.assertRaisesRegex(AttributeError, expected, test.sdasfasfasdf)
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
# a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
# within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
# TestCase or TestSuite instance."
#
# What happens when the module is found, but the attribute isn't?
def test_loadTestsFromName__unknown_attr_name_on_package(self):
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('unittest.sdasfasfasdf')
expected = "No module named 'unittest.sdasfasfasdf'"
error, test = self.check_deferred_error(loader, suite)
self.assertIn(
expected, error,
'missing error string in %r' % error)
self.assertRaisesRegex(ImportError, expected, test.sdasfasfasdf)
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
# a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
# within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
# TestCase or TestSuite instance."
#
# What happens when we provide the module, but the attribute can't be
# found?
def test_loadTestsFromName__relative_unknown_name(self):
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('sdasfasfasdf', unittest)
expected = "module 'unittest' has no attribute 'sdasfasfasdf'"
error, test = self.check_deferred_error(loader, suite)
self.assertIn(
expected, error,
'missing error string in %r' % error)
self.assertRaisesRegex(AttributeError, expected, test.sdasfasfasdf)
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
# a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
# within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
# TestCase or TestSuite instance."
# ...
# "The method optionally resolves name relative to the given module"
#
# Does loadTestsFromName raise ValueError when passed an empty
# name relative to a provided module?
#
# XXX Should probably raise a ValueError instead of an AttributeError
def test_loadTestsFromName__relative_empty_name(self):
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('', unittest)
error, test = self.check_deferred_error(loader, suite)
expected = "has no attribute ''"
self.assertIn(
expected, error,
'missing error string in %r' % error)
self.assertRaisesRegex(AttributeError, expected, getattr(test, ''))
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
# a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
# within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
# TestCase or TestSuite instance."
# ...
# "The method optionally resolves name relative to the given module"
#
# What happens when an impossible name is given, relative to the provided
# `module`?
def test_loadTestsFromName__relative_malformed_name(self):
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
# XXX Should this raise AttributeError or ValueError?
suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('abc () //', unittest)
error, test = self.check_deferred_error(loader, suite)
expected = "module 'unittest' has no attribute 'abc () //'"
expected_regex = r"module 'unittest' has no attribute 'abc \(\) //'"
self.assertIn(
expected, error,
'missing error string in %r' % error)
self.assertRaisesRegex(
AttributeError, expected_regex, getattr(test, 'abc () //'))
# "The method optionally resolves name relative to the given module"
#
# Does loadTestsFromName raise TypeError when the `module` argument
# isn't a module object?
#
# XXX Accepts the not-a-module object, ignoring the object's type
# This should raise an exception or the method name should be changed
#
# XXX Some people are relying on this, so keep it for now
def test_loadTestsFromName__relative_not_a_module(self):
class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
def test(self):
pass
class NotAModule(object):
test_2 = MyTestCase
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('test_2', NotAModule)
reference = [MyTestCase('test')]
self.assertEqual(list(suite), reference)
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
# a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
# within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
# TestCase or TestSuite instance."
#
# Does it raise an exception if the name resolves to an invalid
# object?
def test_loadTestsFromName__relative_bad_object(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
m.testcase_1 = object()
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
try:
loader.loadTestsFromName('testcase_1', m)
except TypeError:
pass
else:
self.fail("Should have raised TypeError")
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may
# resolve either to ... a test case class"
def test_loadTestsFromName__relative_TestCase_subclass(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
def test(self):
pass
m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('testcase_1', m)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
self.assertEqual(list(suite), [MyTestCase('test')])
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
# a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
# within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
# TestCase or TestSuite instance."
def test_loadTestsFromName__relative_TestSuite(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
def test(self):
pass
m.testsuite = unittest.TestSuite([MyTestCase('test')])
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('testsuite', m)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
self.assertEqual(list(suite), [MyTestCase('test')])
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
# ... a test method within a test case class"
def test_loadTestsFromName__relative_testmethod(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
def test(self):
pass
m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('testcase_1.test', m)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
self.assertEqual(list(suite), [MyTestCase('test')])
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
# a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
# within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
# TestCase or TestSuite instance."
#
# Does loadTestsFromName() raise the proper exception when trying to
# resolve "a test method within a test case class" that doesn't exist
# for the given name (relative to a provided module)?
def test_loadTestsFromName__relative_invalid_testmethod(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
def test(self):
pass
m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('testcase_1.testfoo', m)
expected = "type object 'MyTestCase' has no attribute 'testfoo'"
error, test = self.check_deferred_error(loader, suite)
self.assertIn(
expected, error,
'missing error string in %r' % error)
self.assertRaisesRegex(AttributeError, expected, test.testfoo)
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
# ... a callable object which returns a ... TestSuite instance"
def test_loadTestsFromName__callable__TestSuite(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
testcase_1 = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
testcase_2 = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
def return_TestSuite():
return unittest.TestSuite([testcase_1, testcase_2])
m.return_TestSuite = return_TestSuite
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('return_TestSuite', m)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
self.assertEqual(list(suite), [testcase_1, testcase_2])
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
# ... a callable object which returns a TestCase ... instance"
def test_loadTestsFromName__callable__TestCase_instance(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
testcase_1 = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
def return_TestCase():
return testcase_1
m.return_TestCase = return_TestCase
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('return_TestCase', m)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
self.assertEqual(list(suite), [testcase_1])
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
# ... a callable object which returns a TestCase ... instance"
#*****************************************************************
#Override the suiteClass attribute to ensure that the suiteClass
#attribute is used
def test_loadTestsFromName__callable__TestCase_instance_ProperSuiteClass(self):
class SubTestSuite(unittest.TestSuite):
pass
m = types.ModuleType('m')
testcase_1 = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
def return_TestCase():
return testcase_1
m.return_TestCase = return_TestCase
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
loader.suiteClass = SubTestSuite
suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('return_TestCase', m)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
self.assertEqual(list(suite), [testcase_1])
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
# ... a test method within a test case class"
#*****************************************************************
#Override the suiteClass attribute to ensure that the suiteClass
#attribute is used
def test_loadTestsFromName__relative_testmethod_ProperSuiteClass(self):
class SubTestSuite(unittest.TestSuite):
pass
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
def test(self):
pass
m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
loader.suiteClass=SubTestSuite
suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('testcase_1.test', m)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
self.assertEqual(list(suite), [MyTestCase('test')])
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
# ... a callable object which returns a TestCase or TestSuite instance"
#
# What happens if the callable returns something else?
def test_loadTestsFromName__callable__wrong_type(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
def return_wrong():
return 6
m.return_wrong = return_wrong
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
try:
suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('return_wrong', m)
except TypeError:
pass
else:
self.fail("TestLoader.loadTestsFromName failed to raise TypeError")
# "The specifier can refer to modules and packages which have not been
# imported; they will be imported as a side-effect"
def test_loadTestsFromName__module_not_loaded(self):
# We're going to try to load this module as a side-effect, so it
# better not be loaded before we try.
#
module_name = 'unittest.test.dummy'
sys.modules.pop(module_name, None)
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
try:
suite = loader.loadTestsFromName(module_name)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
self.assertEqual(list(suite), [])
# module should now be loaded, thanks to loadTestsFromName()
self.assertIn(module_name, sys.modules)
finally:
if module_name in sys.modules:
del sys.modules[module_name]
################################################################
### Tests for TestLoader.loadTestsFromName()
### Tests for TestLoader.loadTestsFromNames()
################################################################
def check_deferred_error(self, loader, suite):
"""Helper function for checking that errors in loading are reported.
:param loader: A loader with some errors.
:param suite: A suite that should have a late bound error.
:return: The first error message from the loader and the test object
from the suite.
"""
self.assertIsInstance(suite, unittest.TestSuite)
self.assertEqual(suite.countTestCases(), 1)
# Errors loading the suite are also captured for introspection.
self.assertNotEqual([], loader.errors)
self.assertEqual(1, len(loader.errors))
error = loader.errors[0]
test = list(suite)[0]
return error, test
# "Similar to loadTestsFromName(), but takes a sequence of names rather
# than a single name."
#
# What happens if that sequence of names is empty?
def test_loadTestsFromNames__empty_name_list(self):
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames([])
self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
self.assertEqual(list(suite), [])
# "Similar to loadTestsFromName(), but takes a sequence of names rather
# than a single name."
# ...
# "The method optionally resolves name relative to the given module"
#
# What happens if that sequence of names is empty?
#
# XXX Should this raise a ValueError or just return an empty TestSuite?
def test_loadTestsFromNames__relative_empty_name_list(self):
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames([], unittest)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
self.assertEqual(list(suite), [])
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
# a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
# within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
# TestCase or TestSuite instance."
#
# Is ValueError raised in response to an empty name?
def test_loadTestsFromNames__empty_name(self):
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
try:
loader.loadTestsFromNames([''])
except ValueError as e:
self.assertEqual(str(e), "Empty module name")
else:
self.fail("TestLoader.loadTestsFromNames failed to raise ValueError")
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
# a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
# within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
# TestCase or TestSuite instance."
#
# What happens when presented with an impossible module name?
def test_loadTestsFromNames__malformed_name(self):
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
# XXX Should this raise ValueError or ImportError?
suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(['abc () //'])
error, test = self.check_deferred_error(loader, list(suite)[0])
expected = "Failed to import test module: abc () //"
expected_regex = r"Failed to import test module: abc \(\) //"
self.assertIn(
expected, error,
'missing error string in %r' % error)
self.assertRaisesRegex(
ImportError, expected_regex, getattr(test, 'abc () //'))
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
# a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
# within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
# TestCase or TestSuite instance."
#
# What happens when no module can be found for the given name?
def test_loadTestsFromNames__unknown_module_name(self):
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(['sdasfasfasdf'])
error, test = self.check_deferred_error(loader, list(suite)[0])
expected = "Failed to import test module: sdasfasfasdf"
self.assertIn(
expected, error,
'missing error string in %r' % error)
self.assertRaisesRegex(ImportError, expected, test.sdasfasfasdf)
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
# a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
# within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
# TestCase or TestSuite instance."
#
# What happens when the module can be found, but not the attribute?
def test_loadTestsFromNames__unknown_attr_name(self):
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(
['unittest.loader.sdasfasfasdf', 'unittest.test.dummy'])
error, test = self.check_deferred_error(loader, list(suite)[0])
expected = "module 'unittest.loader' has no attribute 'sdasfasfasdf'"
self.assertIn(
expected, error,
'missing error string in %r' % error)
self.assertRaisesRegex(AttributeError, expected, test.sdasfasfasdf)
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
# a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
# within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
# TestCase or TestSuite instance."
# ...
# "The method optionally resolves name relative to the given module"
#
# What happens when given an unknown attribute on a specified `module`
# argument?
def test_loadTestsFromNames__unknown_name_relative_1(self):
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(['sdasfasfasdf'], unittest)
error, test = self.check_deferred_error(loader, list(suite)[0])
expected = "module 'unittest' has no attribute 'sdasfasfasdf'"
self.assertIn(
expected, error,
'missing error string in %r' % error)
self.assertRaisesRegex(AttributeError, expected, test.sdasfasfasdf)
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
# a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
# within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
# TestCase or TestSuite instance."
# ...
# "The method optionally resolves name relative to the given module"
#
# Do unknown attributes (relative to a provided module) still raise an
# exception even in the presence of valid attribute names?
def test_loadTestsFromNames__unknown_name_relative_2(self):
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(['TestCase', 'sdasfasfasdf'], unittest)
error, test = self.check_deferred_error(loader, list(suite)[1])
expected = "module 'unittest' has no attribute 'sdasfasfasdf'"
self.assertIn(
expected, error,
'missing error string in %r' % error)
self.assertRaisesRegex(AttributeError, expected, test.sdasfasfasdf)
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
# a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
# within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
# TestCase or TestSuite instance."
# ...
# "The method optionally resolves name relative to the given module"
#
# What happens when faced with the empty string?
#
# XXX This currently raises AttributeError, though ValueError is probably
# more appropriate
def test_loadTestsFromNames__relative_empty_name(self):
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames([''], unittest)
error, test = self.check_deferred_error(loader, list(suite)[0])
expected = "has no attribute ''"
self.assertIn(
expected, error,
'missing error string in %r' % error)
self.assertRaisesRegex(AttributeError, expected, getattr(test, ''))
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
# a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
# within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
# TestCase or TestSuite instance."
# ...
# "The method optionally resolves name relative to the given module"
#
# What happens when presented with an impossible attribute name?
def test_loadTestsFromNames__relative_malformed_name(self):
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
# XXX Should this raise AttributeError or ValueError?
suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(['abc () //'], unittest)
error, test = self.check_deferred_error(loader, list(suite)[0])
expected = "module 'unittest' has no attribute 'abc () //'"
expected_regex = r"module 'unittest' has no attribute 'abc \(\) //'"
self.assertIn(
expected, error,
'missing error string in %r' % error)
self.assertRaisesRegex(
AttributeError, expected_regex, getattr(test, 'abc () //'))
# "The method optionally resolves name relative to the given module"
#
# Does loadTestsFromNames() make sure the provided `module` is in fact
# a module?
#
# XXX This validation is currently not done. This flexibility should
# either be documented or a TypeError should be raised.
def test_loadTestsFromNames__relative_not_a_module(self):
class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
def test(self):
pass
class NotAModule(object):
test_2 = MyTestCase
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(['test_2'], NotAModule)
reference = [unittest.TestSuite([MyTestCase('test')])]
self.assertEqual(list(suite), reference)
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
# a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
# within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
# TestCase or TestSuite instance."
#
# Does it raise an exception if the name resolves to an invalid
# object?
def test_loadTestsFromNames__relative_bad_object(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
m.testcase_1 = object()
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
try:
loader.loadTestsFromNames(['testcase_1'], m)
except TypeError:
pass
else:
self.fail("Should have raised TypeError")
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
# ... a test case class"
def test_loadTestsFromNames__relative_TestCase_subclass(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
def test(self):
pass
m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(['testcase_1'], m)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
expected = loader.suiteClass([MyTestCase('test')])
self.assertEqual(list(suite), [expected])
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
# ... a TestSuite instance"
def test_loadTestsFromNames__relative_TestSuite(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
def test(self):
pass
m.testsuite = unittest.TestSuite([MyTestCase('test')])
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(['testsuite'], m)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
self.assertEqual(list(suite), [m.testsuite])
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to ... a
# test method within a test case class"
def test_loadTestsFromNames__relative_testmethod(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
def test(self):
pass
m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(['testcase_1.test'], m)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
ref_suite = unittest.TestSuite([MyTestCase('test')])
self.assertEqual(list(suite), [ref_suite])
# #14971: Make sure the dotted name resolution works even if the actual
# function doesn't have the same name as is used to find it.
def test_loadTestsFromName__function_with_different_name_than_method(self):
# lambdas have the name '<lambda>'.
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
test = lambda: 1
m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(['testcase_1.test'], m)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
ref_suite = unittest.TestSuite([MyTestCase('test')])
self.assertEqual(list(suite), [ref_suite])
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to ... a
# test method within a test case class"
#
# Does the method gracefully handle names that initially look like they
# resolve to "a test method within a test case class" but don't?
def test_loadTestsFromNames__relative_invalid_testmethod(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
def test(self):
pass
m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(['testcase_1.testfoo'], m)
error, test = self.check_deferred_error(loader, list(suite)[0])
expected = "type object 'MyTestCase' has no attribute 'testfoo'"
self.assertIn(
expected, error,
'missing error string in %r' % error)
self.assertRaisesRegex(AttributeError, expected, test.testfoo)
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
# ... a callable object which returns a ... TestSuite instance"
def test_loadTestsFromNames__callable__TestSuite(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
testcase_1 = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
testcase_2 = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
def return_TestSuite():
return unittest.TestSuite([testcase_1, testcase_2])
m.return_TestSuite = return_TestSuite
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(['return_TestSuite'], m)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
expected = unittest.TestSuite([testcase_1, testcase_2])
self.assertEqual(list(suite), [expected])
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
# ... a callable object which returns a TestCase ... instance"
def test_loadTestsFromNames__callable__TestCase_instance(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
testcase_1 = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
def return_TestCase():
return testcase_1
m.return_TestCase = return_TestCase
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(['return_TestCase'], m)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
ref_suite = unittest.TestSuite([testcase_1])
self.assertEqual(list(suite), [ref_suite])
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
# ... a callable object which returns a TestCase or TestSuite instance"
#
# Are staticmethods handled correctly?
def test_loadTestsFromNames__callable__call_staticmethod(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class Test1(unittest.TestCase):
def test(self):
pass
testcase_1 = Test1('test')
class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
@staticmethod
def foo():
return testcase_1
m.Foo = Foo
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(['Foo.foo'], m)
self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
ref_suite = unittest.TestSuite([testcase_1])
self.assertEqual(list(suite), [ref_suite])
# "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
# ... a callable object which returns a TestCase or TestSuite instance"
#
# What happens when the callable returns something else?
def test_loadTestsFromNames__callable__wrong_type(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
def return_wrong():
return 6
m.return_wrong = return_wrong
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
try:
suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(['return_wrong'], m)
except TypeError:
pass
else:
self.fail("TestLoader.loadTestsFromNames failed to raise TypeError")
# "The specifier can refer to modules and packages which have not been
# imported; they will be imported as a side-effect"
def test_loadTestsFromNames__module_not_loaded(self):
# We're going to try to load this module as a side-effect, so it
# better not be loaded before we try.
#
module_name = 'unittest.test.dummy'
sys.modules.pop(module_name, None)
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
try:
suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames([module_name])
self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
self.assertEqual(list(suite), [unittest.TestSuite()])
# module should now be loaded, thanks to loadTestsFromName()
self.assertIn(module_name, sys.modules)
finally:
if module_name in sys.modules:
del sys.modules[module_name]
################################################################
### /Tests for TestLoader.loadTestsFromNames()
### Tests for TestLoader.getTestCaseNames()
################################################################
# "Return a sorted sequence of method names found within testCaseClass"
#
# Test.foobar is defined to make sure getTestCaseNames() respects
# loader.testMethodPrefix
def test_getTestCaseNames(self):
class Test(unittest.TestCase):
def test_1(self): pass
def test_2(self): pass
def foobar(self): pass
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
self.assertEqual(loader.getTestCaseNames(Test), ['test_1', 'test_2'])
# "Return a sorted sequence of method names found within testCaseClass"
#
# Does getTestCaseNames() behave appropriately if no tests are found?
def test_getTestCaseNames__no_tests(self):
class Test(unittest.TestCase):
def foobar(self): pass
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
self.assertEqual(loader.getTestCaseNames(Test), [])
# "Return a sorted sequence of method names found within testCaseClass"
#
# Are not-TestCases handled gracefully?
#
# XXX This should raise a TypeError, not return a list
#
# XXX It's too late in the 2.5 release cycle to fix this, but it should
# probably be revisited for 2.6
def test_getTestCaseNames__not_a_TestCase(self):
class BadCase(int):
def test_foo(self):
pass
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
names = loader.getTestCaseNames(BadCase)
self.assertEqual(names, ['test_foo'])
# "Return a sorted sequence of method names found within testCaseClass"
#
# Make sure inherited names are handled.
#
# TestP.foobar is defined to make sure getTestCaseNames() respects
# loader.testMethodPrefix
def test_getTestCaseNames__inheritance(self):
class TestP(unittest.TestCase):
def test_1(self): pass
def test_2(self): pass
def foobar(self): pass
class TestC(TestP):
def test_1(self): pass
def test_3(self): pass
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
names = ['test_1', 'test_2', 'test_3']
self.assertEqual(loader.getTestCaseNames(TestC), names)
# "Return a sorted sequence of method names found within testCaseClass"
#
# If TestLoader.testNamePatterns is set, only tests that match one of these
# patterns should be included.
def test_getTestCaseNames__testNamePatterns(self):
class MyTest(unittest.TestCase):
def test_1(self): pass
def test_2(self): pass
def foobar(self): pass
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
loader.testNamePatterns = []
self.assertEqual(loader.getTestCaseNames(MyTest), [])
loader.testNamePatterns = ['*1']
self.assertEqual(loader.getTestCaseNames(MyTest), ['test_1'])
loader.testNamePatterns = ['*1', '*2']
self.assertEqual(loader.getTestCaseNames(MyTest), ['test_1', 'test_2'])
loader.testNamePatterns = ['*My*']
self.assertEqual(loader.getTestCaseNames(MyTest), ['test_1', 'test_2'])
loader.testNamePatterns = ['*my*']
self.assertEqual(loader.getTestCaseNames(MyTest), [])
# "Return a sorted sequence of method names found within testCaseClass"
#
# If TestLoader.testNamePatterns is set, only tests that match one of these
# patterns should be included.
#
# For backwards compatibility reasons (see bpo-32071), the check may only
# touch a TestCase's attribute if it starts with the test method prefix.
def test_getTestCaseNames__testNamePatterns__attribute_access_regression(self):
class Trap:
def __get__(*ignored):
self.fail('Non-test attribute accessed')
class MyTest(unittest.TestCase):
def test_1(self): pass
foobar = Trap()
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
self.assertEqual(loader.getTestCaseNames(MyTest), ['test_1'])
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
loader.testNamePatterns = []
self.assertEqual(loader.getTestCaseNames(MyTest), [])
################################################################
### /Tests for TestLoader.getTestCaseNames()
### Tests for TestLoader.testMethodPrefix
################################################################
# "String giving the prefix of method names which will be interpreted as
# test methods"
#
# Implicit in the documentation is that testMethodPrefix is respected by
# all loadTestsFrom* methods.
def test_testMethodPrefix__loadTestsFromTestCase(self):
class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
def test_1(self): pass
def test_2(self): pass
def foo_bar(self): pass
tests_1 = unittest.TestSuite([Foo('foo_bar')])
tests_2 = unittest.TestSuite([Foo('test_1'), Foo('test_2')])
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
loader.testMethodPrefix = 'foo'
self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromTestCase(Foo), tests_1)
loader.testMethodPrefix = 'test'
self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromTestCase(Foo), tests_2)
# "String giving the prefix of method names which will be interpreted as
# test methods"
#
# Implicit in the documentation is that testMethodPrefix is respected by
# all loadTestsFrom* methods.
def test_testMethodPrefix__loadTestsFromModule(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
def test_1(self): pass
def test_2(self): pass
def foo_bar(self): pass
m.Foo = Foo
tests_1 = [unittest.TestSuite([Foo('foo_bar')])]
tests_2 = [unittest.TestSuite([Foo('test_1'), Foo('test_2')])]
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
loader.testMethodPrefix = 'foo'
self.assertEqual(list(loader.loadTestsFromModule(m)), tests_1)
loader.testMethodPrefix = 'test'
self.assertEqual(list(loader.loadTestsFromModule(m)), tests_2)
# "String giving the prefix of method names which will be interpreted as
# test methods"
#
# Implicit in the documentation is that testMethodPrefix is respected by
# all loadTestsFrom* methods.
def test_testMethodPrefix__loadTestsFromName(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
def test_1(self): pass
def test_2(self): pass
def foo_bar(self): pass
m.Foo = Foo
tests_1 = unittest.TestSuite([Foo('foo_bar')])
tests_2 = unittest.TestSuite([Foo('test_1'), Foo('test_2')])
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
loader.testMethodPrefix = 'foo'
self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromName('Foo', m), tests_1)
loader.testMethodPrefix = 'test'
self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromName('Foo', m), tests_2)
# "String giving the prefix of method names which will be interpreted as
# test methods"
#
# Implicit in the documentation is that testMethodPrefix is respected by
# all loadTestsFrom* methods.
def test_testMethodPrefix__loadTestsFromNames(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
def test_1(self): pass
def test_2(self): pass
def foo_bar(self): pass
m.Foo = Foo
tests_1 = unittest.TestSuite([unittest.TestSuite([Foo('foo_bar')])])
tests_2 = unittest.TestSuite([Foo('test_1'), Foo('test_2')])
tests_2 = unittest.TestSuite([tests_2])
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
loader.testMethodPrefix = 'foo'
self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromNames(['Foo'], m), tests_1)
loader.testMethodPrefix = 'test'
self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromNames(['Foo'], m), tests_2)
# "The default value is 'test'"
def test_testMethodPrefix__default_value(self):
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
self.assertEqual(loader.testMethodPrefix, 'test')
################################################################
### /Tests for TestLoader.testMethodPrefix
### Tests for TestLoader.sortTestMethodsUsing
################################################################
# "Function to be used to compare method names when sorting them in
# getTestCaseNames() and all the loadTestsFromX() methods"
def test_sortTestMethodsUsing__loadTestsFromTestCase(self):
def reversed_cmp(x, y):
return -((x > y) - (x < y))
class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
def test_1(self): pass
def test_2(self): pass
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
loader.sortTestMethodsUsing = reversed_cmp
tests = loader.suiteClass([Foo('test_2'), Foo('test_1')])
self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromTestCase(Foo), tests)
# "Function to be used to compare method names when sorting them in
# getTestCaseNames() and all the loadTestsFromX() methods"
def test_sortTestMethodsUsing__loadTestsFromModule(self):
def reversed_cmp(x, y):
return -((x > y) - (x < y))
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
def test_1(self): pass
def test_2(self): pass
m.Foo = Foo
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
loader.sortTestMethodsUsing = reversed_cmp
tests = [loader.suiteClass([Foo('test_2'), Foo('test_1')])]
self.assertEqual(list(loader.loadTestsFromModule(m)), tests)
# "Function to be used to compare method names when sorting them in
# getTestCaseNames() and all the loadTestsFromX() methods"
def test_sortTestMethodsUsing__loadTestsFromName(self):
def reversed_cmp(x, y):
return -((x > y) - (x < y))
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
def test_1(self): pass
def test_2(self): pass
m.Foo = Foo
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
loader.sortTestMethodsUsing = reversed_cmp
tests = loader.suiteClass([Foo('test_2'), Foo('test_1')])
self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromName('Foo', m), tests)
# "Function to be used to compare method names when sorting them in
# getTestCaseNames() and all the loadTestsFromX() methods"
def test_sortTestMethodsUsing__loadTestsFromNames(self):
def reversed_cmp(x, y):
return -((x > y) - (x < y))
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
def test_1(self): pass
def test_2(self): pass
m.Foo = Foo
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
loader.sortTestMethodsUsing = reversed_cmp
tests = [loader.suiteClass([Foo('test_2'), Foo('test_1')])]
self.assertEqual(list(loader.loadTestsFromNames(['Foo'], m)), tests)
# "Function to be used to compare method names when sorting them in
# getTestCaseNames()"
#
# Does it actually affect getTestCaseNames()?
def test_sortTestMethodsUsing__getTestCaseNames(self):
def reversed_cmp(x, y):
return -((x > y) - (x < y))
class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
def test_1(self): pass
def test_2(self): pass
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
loader.sortTestMethodsUsing = reversed_cmp
test_names = ['test_2', 'test_1']
self.assertEqual(loader.getTestCaseNames(Foo), test_names)
# "The default value is the built-in cmp() function"
# Since cmp is now defunct, we simply verify that the results
# occur in the same order as they would with the default sort.
def test_sortTestMethodsUsing__default_value(self):
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
def test_2(self): pass
def test_3(self): pass
def test_1(self): pass
test_names = ['test_2', 'test_3', 'test_1']
self.assertEqual(loader.getTestCaseNames(Foo), sorted(test_names))
# "it can be set to None to disable the sort."
#
# XXX How is this different from reassigning cmp? Are the tests returned
# in a random order or something? This behaviour should die
def test_sortTestMethodsUsing__None(self):
class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
def test_1(self): pass
def test_2(self): pass
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
loader.sortTestMethodsUsing = None
test_names = ['test_2', 'test_1']
self.assertEqual(set(loader.getTestCaseNames(Foo)), set(test_names))
################################################################
### /Tests for TestLoader.sortTestMethodsUsing
### Tests for TestLoader.suiteClass
################################################################
# "Callable object that constructs a test suite from a list of tests."
def test_suiteClass__loadTestsFromTestCase(self):
class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
def test_1(self): pass
def test_2(self): pass
def foo_bar(self): pass
tests = [Foo('test_1'), Foo('test_2')]
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
loader.suiteClass = list
self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromTestCase(Foo), tests)
# It is implicit in the documentation for TestLoader.suiteClass that
# all TestLoader.loadTestsFrom* methods respect it. Let's make sure
def test_suiteClass__loadTestsFromModule(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
def test_1(self): pass
def test_2(self): pass
def foo_bar(self): pass
m.Foo = Foo
tests = [[Foo('test_1'), Foo('test_2')]]
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
loader.suiteClass = list
self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromModule(m), tests)
# It is implicit in the documentation for TestLoader.suiteClass that
# all TestLoader.loadTestsFrom* methods respect it. Let's make sure
def test_suiteClass__loadTestsFromName(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
def test_1(self): pass
def test_2(self): pass
def foo_bar(self): pass
m.Foo = Foo
tests = [Foo('test_1'), Foo('test_2')]
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
loader.suiteClass = list
self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromName('Foo', m), tests)
# It is implicit in the documentation for TestLoader.suiteClass that
# all TestLoader.loadTestsFrom* methods respect it. Let's make sure
def test_suiteClass__loadTestsFromNames(self):
m = types.ModuleType('m')
class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
def test_1(self): pass
def test_2(self): pass
def foo_bar(self): pass
m.Foo = Foo
tests = [[Foo('test_1'), Foo('test_2')]]
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
loader.suiteClass = list
self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromNames(['Foo'], m), tests)
# "The default value is the TestSuite class"
def test_suiteClass__default_value(self):
loader = unittest.TestLoader()
self.assertIs(loader.suiteClass, unittest.TestSuite)
if __name__ == "__main__":
unittest.main()