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#!/usr/bin/python
#
# Perforce Defect Tracking Integration Project
# <http://www.ravenbrook.com/project/p4dti/>
#
# COVERAGE.PY -- COVERAGE TESTING
#
# Gareth Rees, Ravenbrook Limited, 2001-12-04
# Ned Batchelder, 2004-12-12
# http://nedbatchelder.com/code/modules/coverage.html
#
#
# 1. INTRODUCTION
#
# This module provides coverage testing for Python code.
#
# The intended readership is all Python developers.
#
# This document is not confidential.
#
# See [GDR 2001-12-04a] for the command-line interface, programmatic
# interface and limitations. See [GDR 2001-12-04b] for requirements and
# design.
r"""Usage:
coverage.py -x [-p] MODULE.py [ARG1 ARG2 ...]
Execute module, passing the given command-line arguments, collecting
coverage data. With the -p option, write to a temporary file containing
the machine name and process ID.
coverage.py -e
Erase collected coverage data.
coverage.py -c
Collect data from multiple coverage files (as created by -p option above)
and store it into a single file representing the union of the coverage.
coverage.py -r [-m] [-o dir1,dir2,...] FILE1 FILE2 ...
Report on the statement coverage for the given files. With the -m
option, show line numbers of the statements that weren't executed.
coverage.py -a [-d dir] [-o dir1,dir2,...] FILE1 FILE2 ...
Make annotated copies of the given files, marking statements that
are executed with > and statements that are missed with !. With
the -d option, make the copies in that directory. Without the -d
option, make each copy in the same directory as the original.
-o dir,dir2,...
Omit reporting or annotating files when their filename path starts with
a directory listed in the omit list.
e.g. python coverage.py -i -r -o c:\python23,lib\enthought\traits
Coverage data is saved in the file .coverage by default. Set the
COVERAGE_FILE environment variable to save it somewhere else."""
__version__ = "2.85.20080914" # see detailed history at the end of this file.
import compiler
import compiler.visitor
import glob
import os
import re
import string
import symbol
import sys
import threading
import token
import types
import zipimport
from socket import gethostname
# Python version compatibility
try:
strclass = basestring # new to 2.3
except:
strclass = str
import doctest
#
# Doctest and coverage both need to hook into the debugger, and if we don't do
# special handling, doctest tends to take over and cause coverage not to see
# lines which are executed. Note that this handling is only needed if doctest
# is used, but we do it anyway because that's simplest.
#
# This patch is based on this changeset in nose:
# http://nose.python-hosting.com/changeset/133
#
# which is in turn based on this patch from Zope:
#
# zope patch:
# http://svn.zope.org/Zope3/trunk/src/zope/testing/doctest.py?rev=28679&r1=28703&r2=28705
#
_orp = doctest._OutputRedirectingPdb
class CoverageOutputRedirectingPdb(_orp):
def __init__(self, out):
self.__debugger_used = False
_orp.__init__(self, out)
def set_trace(self):
self.__debugger_used = True
_orp.set_trace(self)
def set_continue(self):
# Calling set_continue unconditionally would break unit test coverage
# reporting, as Bdb.set_continue calls sys.settrace(None).
if self.__debugger_used:
_orp.set_continue(self)
doctest._OutputRedirectingPdb = CoverageOutputRedirectingPdb
# 2. IMPLEMENTATION
#
# This uses the "singleton" pattern.
#
# The word "morf" means a module object (from which the source file can
# be deduced by suitable manipulation of the __file__ attribute) or a
# filename.
#
# When we generate a coverage report we have to canonicalize every
# filename in the coverage dictionary just in case it refers to the
# module we are reporting on. It seems a shame to throw away this
# information so the data in the coverage dictionary is transferred to
# the 'cexecuted' dictionary under the canonical filenames.
#
# The coverage dictionary is called "c" and the trace function "t". The
# reason for these short names is that Python looks up variables by name
# at runtime and so execution time depends on the length of variables!
# In the bottleneck of this application it's appropriate to abbreviate
# names to increase speed.
class StatementFindingAstVisitor(compiler.visitor.ASTVisitor):
""" A visitor for a parsed Abstract Syntax Tree which finds executable
statements.
"""
def __init__(self, statements, excluded, suite_spots):
compiler.visitor.ASTVisitor.__init__(self)
self.statements = statements
self.excluded = excluded
self.suite_spots = suite_spots
self.excluding_suite = 0
def doRecursive(self, node):
for n in node.getChildNodes():
self.dispatch(n)
visitStmt = visitModule = doRecursive
def doCode(self, node):
if hasattr(node, 'decorators') and node.decorators:
self.dispatch(node.decorators)
self.recordAndDispatch(node.code)
else:
self.doSuite(node, node.code)
visitFunction = visitClass = doCode
def getFirstLine(self, node):
# Find the first line in the tree node.
lineno = node.lineno
for n in node.getChildNodes():
f = self.getFirstLine(n)
if lineno and f:
lineno = min(lineno, f)
else:
lineno = lineno or f
return lineno
def getLastLine(self, node):
# Find the first line in the tree node.
lineno = node.lineno
for n in node.getChildNodes():
lineno = max(lineno, self.getLastLine(n))
return lineno
def doStatement(self, node):
self.recordLine(self.getFirstLine(node))
visitAssert = visitAssign = visitAssTuple = visitPrint = \
visitPrintnl = visitRaise = visitSubscript = visitDecorators = \
doStatement
def visitPass(self, node):
# Pass statements have weird interactions with docstrings. If this
# pass statement is part of one of those pairs, claim that the statement
# is on the later of the two lines.
l = node.lineno
if l:
lines = self.suite_spots.get(l, [l,l])
self.statements[lines[1]] = 1
def visitDiscard(self, node):
# Discard nodes are statements that execute an expression, but then
# discard the results. This includes function calls, so we can't
# ignore them all. But if the expression is a constant, the statement
# won't be "executed", so don't count it now.
if node.expr.__class__.__name__ != 'Const':
self.doStatement(node)
def recordNodeLine(self, node):
# Stmt nodes often have None, but shouldn't claim the first line of
# their children (because the first child might be an ignorable line
# like "global a").
if node.__class__.__name__ != 'Stmt':
return self.recordLine(self.getFirstLine(node))
else:
return 0
def recordLine(self, lineno):
# Returns a bool, whether the line is included or excluded.
if lineno:
# Multi-line tests introducing suites have to get charged to their
# keyword.
if lineno in self.suite_spots:
lineno = self.suite_spots[lineno][0]
# If we're inside an excluded suite, record that this line was
# excluded.
if self.excluding_suite:
self.excluded[lineno] = 1
return 0
# If this line is excluded, or suite_spots maps this line to
# another line that is exlcuded, then we're excluded.
elif self.excluded.has_key(lineno) or \
self.suite_spots.has_key(lineno) and \
self.excluded.has_key(self.suite_spots[lineno][1]):
return 0
# Otherwise, this is an executable line.
else:
self.statements[lineno] = 1
return 1
return 0
default = recordNodeLine
def recordAndDispatch(self, node):
self.recordNodeLine(node)
self.dispatch(node)
def doSuite(self, intro, body, exclude=0):
exsuite = self.excluding_suite
if exclude or (intro and not self.recordNodeLine(intro)):
self.excluding_suite = 1
self.recordAndDispatch(body)
self.excluding_suite = exsuite
def doPlainWordSuite(self, prevsuite, suite):
# Finding the exclude lines for else's is tricky, because they aren't
# present in the compiler parse tree. Look at the previous suite,
# and find its last line. If any line between there and the else's
# first line are excluded, then we exclude the else.
lastprev = self.getLastLine(prevsuite)
firstelse = self.getFirstLine(suite)
for l in range(lastprev+1, firstelse):
if self.suite_spots.has_key(l):
self.doSuite(None, suite, exclude=self.excluded.has_key(l))
break
else:
self.doSuite(None, suite)
def doElse(self, prevsuite, node):
if node.else_:
self.doPlainWordSuite(prevsuite, node.else_)
def visitFor(self, node):
self.doSuite(node, node.body)
self.doElse(node.body, node)
visitWhile = visitFor
def visitIf(self, node):
# The first test has to be handled separately from the rest.
# The first test is credited to the line with the "if", but the others
# are credited to the line with the test for the elif.
self.doSuite(node, node.tests[0][1])
for t, n in node.tests[1:]:
self.doSuite(t, n)
self.doElse(node.tests[-1][1], node)
def visitTryExcept(self, node):
self.doSuite(node, node.body)
for i in range(len(node.handlers)):
a, b, h = node.handlers[i]
if not a:
# It's a plain "except:". Find the previous suite.
if i > 0:
prev = node.handlers[i-1][2]
else:
prev = node.body
self.doPlainWordSuite(prev, h)
else:
self.doSuite(a, h)
self.doElse(node.handlers[-1][2], node)
def visitTryFinally(self, node):
self.doSuite(node, node.body)
self.doPlainWordSuite(node.body, node.final)
def visitWith(self, node):
self.doSuite(node, node.body)
def visitGlobal(self, node):
# "global" statements don't execute like others (they don't call the
# trace function), so don't record their line numbers.
pass
the_coverage = None
class CoverageException(Exception):
pass
class coverage:
# Name of the cache file (unless environment variable is set).
cache_default = ".coverage"
# Environment variable naming the cache file.
cache_env = "COVERAGE_FILE"
# A dictionary with an entry for (Python source file name, line number
# in that file) if that line has been executed.
c = {}
# A map from canonical Python source file name to a dictionary in
# which there's an entry for each line number that has been
# executed.
cexecuted = {}
# Cache of results of calling the analysis2() method, so that you can
# specify both -r and -a without doing double work.
analysis_cache = {}
# Cache of results of calling the canonical_filename() method, to
# avoid duplicating work.
canonical_filename_cache = {}
def __init__(self):
global the_coverage
if the_coverage:
raise CoverageException("Only one coverage object allowed.")
self.usecache = 1
self.cache = None
self.clear_cache = False
self.parallel_mode = False
self.exclude_re = ''
self.nesting = 0
self.cstack = []
self.xstack = []
self.relative_dir = os.path.normcase(os.path.abspath(os.curdir)+os.sep)
self.exclude('# *pragma[: ]*[nN][oO] *[cC][oO][vV][eE][rR]')
# t(f, x, y). This method is passed to sys.settrace as a trace function.
# See [van Rossum 2001-07-20b, 9.2] for an explanation of sys.settrace and
# the arguments and return value of the trace function.
# See [van Rossum 2001-07-20a, 3.2] for a description of frame and code
# objects.
def t(self, f, w, unused): #pragma: no cover
if w == 'line':
#print "Executing %s @ %d" % (f.f_code.co_filename, f.f_lineno)
self.c[(f.f_code.co_filename, f.f_lineno)] = 1
for c in self.cstack:
c[(f.f_code.co_filename, f.f_lineno)] = 1
return self.t
def help(self, error=None): #pragma: no cover
if error:
print error
print
print __doc__
sys.exit(1)
def command_line(self, argv, help_fn=None):
import getopt
help_fn = help_fn or self.help
settings = {}
optmap = {
'-a': 'annotate',
'-c': 'collect',
'-d:': 'directory=',
'-e': 'erase',
'-h': 'help',
'-i': 'ignore-errors',
'-m': 'show-missing',
'-p': 'parallel-mode',
'-r': 'report',
'-x': 'execute',
'-o:': 'omit=',
}
short_opts = string.join(map(lambda o: o[1:], optmap.keys()), '')
long_opts = optmap.values()
options, args = getopt.getopt(argv, short_opts, long_opts)
for o, a in options:
if optmap.has_key(o):
settings[optmap[o]] = 1
elif optmap.has_key(o + ':'):
settings[optmap[o + ':']] = a
elif o[2:] in long_opts:
settings[o[2:]] = 1
elif o[2:] + '=' in long_opts:
settings[o[2:]+'='] = a
else: #pragma: no cover
pass # Can't get here, because getopt won't return anything unknown.
if settings.get('help'):
help_fn()
for i in ['erase', 'execute']:
for j in ['annotate', 'report', 'collect']:
if settings.get(i) and settings.get(j):
help_fn("You can't specify the '%s' and '%s' "
"options at the same time." % (i, j))
args_needed = (settings.get('execute')
or settings.get('annotate')
or settings.get('report'))
action = (settings.get('erase')
or settings.get('collect')
or args_needed)
if not action:
help_fn("You must specify at least one of -e, -x, -c, -r, or -a.")
if not args_needed and args:
help_fn("Unexpected arguments: %s" % " ".join(args))
self.parallel_mode = settings.get('parallel-mode')
self.get_ready()
if settings.get('erase'):
self.erase()
if settings.get('execute'):
if not args:
help_fn("Nothing to do.")
sys.argv = args
self.start()
import __main__
sys.path[0] = os.path.dirname(sys.argv[0])
execfile(sys.argv[0], __main__.__dict__)
if settings.get('collect'):
self.collect()
if not args:
args = self.cexecuted.keys()
ignore_errors = settings.get('ignore-errors')
show_missing = settings.get('show-missing')
directory = settings.get('directory=')
omit = settings.get('omit=')
if omit is not None:
omit = omit.split(',')
else:
omit = []
if settings.get('report'):
self.report(args, show_missing, ignore_errors, omit_prefixes=omit)
if settings.get('annotate'):
self.annotate(args, directory, ignore_errors, omit_prefixes=omit)
def use_cache(self, usecache, cache_file=None):
self.usecache = usecache
if cache_file and not self.cache:
self.cache_default = cache_file
def get_ready(self, parallel_mode=False):
if self.usecache and not self.cache:
self.cache = os.environ.get(self.cache_env, self.cache_default)
if self.parallel_mode:
self.cache += "." + gethostname() + "." + str(os.getpid())
if self.clear_cache:
try:
os.remove(self.cache)
except OSError:
pass
self.restore()
self.analysis_cache = {}
def start(self, parallel_mode=False):
self.get_ready()
if self.nesting == 0: #pragma: no cover
sys.settrace(self.t)
if hasattr(threading, 'settrace'):
threading.settrace(self.t)
self.nesting += 1
def stop(self):
self.nesting -= 1
if self.nesting == 0: #pragma: no cover
sys.settrace(None)
if hasattr(threading, 'settrace'):
threading.settrace(None)
def erase(self):
self.get_ready()
self.c = {}
self.analysis_cache = {}
self.cexecuted = {}
if self.cache and os.path.exists(self.cache):
os.remove(self.cache)
self.clear_cache = True
self.exclude_re = ""
def exclude(self, re):
if self.exclude_re:
self.exclude_re += "|"
self.exclude_re += "(" + re + ")"
def begin_recursive(self):
self.cstack.append(self.c)
self.xstack.append(self.exclude_re)
def end_recursive(self):
self.c = self.cstack.pop()
self.exclude_re = self.xstack.pop()
# save(). Save coverage data to the coverage cache.
def save(self):
if self.usecache and self.cache:
self.canonicalize_filenames()
cache = open(self.cache, 'wb')
import marshal
marshal.dump(self.cexecuted, cache)
cache.close()
# restore(). Restore coverage data from the coverage cache (if it exists).
def restore(self):
self.c = {}
self.cexecuted = {}
assert self.usecache
if os.path.exists(self.cache):
self.cexecuted = self.restore_file(self.cache)
def restore_file(self, file_name):
try:
cache = open(file_name, 'rb')
import marshal
cexecuted = marshal.load(cache)
cache.close()
if isinstance(cexecuted, types.DictType):
return cexecuted
else:
return {}
except:
return {}
# collect(). Collect data in multiple files produced by parallel mode
def collect(self):
cache_dir, local = os.path.split(self.cache)
for f in os.listdir(cache_dir or '.'):
if not f.startswith(local):
continue
full_path = os.path.join(cache_dir, f)
cexecuted = self.restore_file(full_path)
self.merge_data(cexecuted)
def merge_data(self, new_data):
for file_name, file_data in new_data.items():
if self.cexecuted.has_key(file_name):
self.merge_file_data(self.cexecuted[file_name], file_data)
else:
self.cexecuted[file_name] = file_data
def merge_file_data(self, cache_data, new_data):
for line_number in new_data.keys():
if not cache_data.has_key(line_number):
cache_data[line_number] = new_data[line_number]
def abs_file(self, filename):
""" Helper function to turn a filename into an absolute normalized
filename.
"""
return os.path.normcase(os.path.abspath(os.path.realpath(filename)))
def get_zip_data(self, filename):
""" Get data from `filename` if it is a zip file path, or return None
if it is not.
"""
markers = ['.zip'+os.sep, '.egg'+os.sep]
for marker in markers:
if marker in filename:
parts = filename.split(marker)
try:
zi = zipimport.zipimporter(parts[0]+marker[:-1])
except zipimport.ZipImportError:
continue
try:
data = zi.get_data(parts[1])
except IOError:
continue
return data
return None
# canonical_filename(filename). Return a canonical filename for the
# file (that is, an absolute path with no redundant components and
# normalized case). See [GDR 2001-12-04b, 3.3].
def canonical_filename(self, filename):
if not self.canonical_filename_cache.has_key(filename):
f = filename
if os.path.isabs(f) and not os.path.exists(f):
f = os.path.basename(f)
if not os.path.isabs(f):
for path in [os.curdir] + sys.path:
g = os.path.join(path, f)
if os.path.exists(g):
f = g
break
cf = os.path.normcase(os.path.abspath(f))
self.canonical_filename_cache[filename] = cf
return self.canonical_filename_cache[filename]
# canonicalize_filenames(). Copy results from "c" to "cexecuted",
# canonicalizing filenames on the way. Clear the "c" map.
def canonicalize_filenames(self):
for filename, lineno in self.c.keys():
if filename == '<string>':
# Can't do anything useful with exec'd strings, so skip them.
continue
f = self.canonical_filename(filename)
if not self.cexecuted.has_key(f):
self.cexecuted[f] = {}
self.cexecuted[f][lineno] = 1
self.c = {}
# morf_filename(morf). Return the filename for a module or file.
def morf_filename(self, morf):
if isinstance(morf, types.ModuleType):
if not hasattr(morf, '__file__'):
raise CoverageException("Module has no __file__ attribute.")
f = morf.__file__
else:
f = morf
return self.canonical_filename(f)
# analyze_morf(morf). Analyze the module or filename passed as
# the argument. If the source code can't be found, raise an error.
# Otherwise, return a tuple of (1) the canonical filename of the
# source code for the module, (2) a list of lines of statements
# in the source code, (3) a list of lines of excluded statements,
# and (4), a map of line numbers to multi-line line number ranges, for
# statements that cross lines.
def analyze_morf(self, morf):
if self.analysis_cache.has_key(morf):
return self.analysis_cache[morf]
filename = self.morf_filename(morf)
ext = os.path.splitext(filename)[1]
if ext == '.pyc':
if not os.path.exists(filename[:-1]):
raise CoverageException(
"No source for compiled code '%s'." % filename
)
filename = filename[:-1]
source = open(filename, 'r')
try:
lines, excluded_lines, line_map = self.find_executable_statements(
source.read(), exclude=self.exclude_re
)
except SyntaxError, synerr:
raise CoverageException(
"Couldn't parse '%s' as Python source: '%s' at line %d" %
(filename, synerr.msg, synerr.lineno)
)
source.close()
result = filename, lines, excluded_lines, line_map
self.analysis_cache[morf] = result
return result
def first_line_of_tree(self, tree):
while True:
if len(tree) == 3 and type(tree[2]) == type(1):
return tree[2]
tree = tree[1]
def last_line_of_tree(self, tree):
while True:
if len(tree) == 3 and type(tree[2]) == type(1):
return tree[2]
tree = tree[-1]
def find_docstring_pass_pair(self, tree, spots):
for i in range(1, len(tree)):
if self.is_string_constant(tree[i]) and self.is_pass_stmt(tree[i+1]):
first_line = self.first_line_of_tree(tree[i])
last_line = self.last_line_of_tree(tree[i+1])
self.record_multiline(spots, first_line, last_line)
def is_string_constant(self, tree):
try:
return tree[0] == symbol.stmt and tree[1][1][1][0] == symbol.expr_stmt
except:
return False
def is_pass_stmt(self, tree):
try:
return tree[0] == symbol.stmt and tree[1][1][1][0] == symbol.pass_stmt
except:
return False
def record_multiline(self, spots, i, j):
for l in range(i, j+1):
spots[l] = (i, j)
def get_suite_spots(self, tree, spots):
""" Analyze a parse tree to find suite introducers which span a number
of lines.
"""
for i in range(1, len(tree)):
if type(tree[i]) == type(()):
if tree[i][0] == symbol.suite:
# Found a suite, look back for the colon and keyword.
lineno_colon = lineno_word = None
for j in range(i-1, 0, -1):
if tree[j][0] == token.COLON:
# Colons are never executed themselves: we want the
# line number of the last token before the colon.
lineno_colon = self.last_line_of_tree(tree[j-1])
elif tree[j][0] == token.NAME:
if tree[j][1] == 'elif':
# Find the line number of the first non-terminal
# after the keyword.
t = tree[j+1]
while t and token.ISNONTERMINAL(t[0]):
t = t[1]
if t:
lineno_word = t[2]
else:
lineno_word = tree[j][2]
break
elif tree[j][0] == symbol.except_clause:
# "except" clauses look like:
# ('except_clause', ('NAME', 'except', lineno), ...)
if tree[j][1][0] == token.NAME:
lineno_word = tree[j][1][2]
break
if lineno_colon and lineno_word:
# Found colon and keyword, mark all the lines
# between the two with the two line numbers.
self.record_multiline(spots, lineno_word, lineno_colon)
# "pass" statements are tricky: different versions of Python
# treat them differently, especially in the common case of a
# function with a doc string and a single pass statement.
self.find_docstring_pass_pair(tree[i], spots)
elif tree[i][0] == symbol.simple_stmt:
first_line = self.first_line_of_tree(tree[i])
last_line = self.last_line_of_tree(tree[i])
if first_line != last_line:
self.record_multiline(spots, first_line, last_line)
self.get_suite_spots(tree[i], spots)
def find_executable_statements(self, text, exclude=None):
# Find lines which match an exclusion pattern.
excluded = {}
suite_spots = {}
if exclude:
reExclude = re.compile(exclude)
lines = text.split('\n')
for i in range(len(lines)):
if reExclude.search(lines[i]):
excluded[i+1] = 1
# Parse the code and analyze the parse tree to find out which statements
# are multiline, and where suites begin and end.
import parser
tree = parser.suite(text+'\n\n').totuple(1)
self.get_suite_spots(tree, suite_spots)
#print "Suite spots:", suite_spots
# Use the compiler module to parse the text and find the executable
# statements. We add newlines to be impervious to final partial lines.
statements = {}
ast = compiler.parse(text+'\n\n')
visitor = StatementFindingAstVisitor(statements, excluded, suite_spots)
compiler.walk(ast, visitor, walker=visitor)
lines = statements.keys()
lines.sort()
excluded_lines = excluded.keys()
excluded_lines.sort()
return lines, excluded_lines, suite_spots
# format_lines(statements, lines). Format a list of line numbers
# for printing by coalescing groups of lines as long as the lines
# represent consecutive statements. This will coalesce even if
# there are gaps between statements, so if statements =
# [1,2,3,4,5,10,11,12,13,14] and lines = [1,2,5,10,11,13,14] then
# format_lines will return "1-2, 5-11, 13-14".
def format_lines(self, statements, lines):
pairs = []
i = 0
j = 0
start = None
pairs = []
while i < len(statements) and j < len(lines):
if statements[i] == lines[j]:
if start == None:
start = lines[j]
end = lines[j]
j = j + 1
elif start:
pairs.append((start, end))
start = None
i = i + 1
if start:
pairs.append((start, end))
def stringify(pair):
start, end = pair
if start == end:
return "%d" % start
else:
return "%d-%d" % (start, end)
ret = string.join(map(stringify, pairs), ", ")
return ret
# Backward compatibility with version 1.
def analysis(self, morf):
f, s, _, m, mf = self.analysis2(morf)
return f, s, m, mf
def analysis2(self, morf):
filename, statements, excluded, line_map = self.analyze_morf(morf)
self.canonicalize_filenames()
if not self.cexecuted.has_key(filename):
self.cexecuted[filename] = {}
missing = []
for line in statements:
lines = line_map.get(line, [line, line])
for l in range(lines[0], lines[1]+1):
if self.cexecuted[filename].has_key(l):
break
else:
missing.append(line)
return (filename, statements, excluded, missing,
self.format_lines(statements, missing))
def relative_filename(self, filename):
""" Convert filename to relative filename from self.relative_dir.
"""
return filename.replace(self.relative_dir, "")
def morf_name(self, morf):
""" Return the name of morf as used in report.
"""
if isinstance(morf, types.ModuleType):
return morf.__name__
else:
return self.relative_filename(os.path.splitext(morf)[0])
def filter_by_prefix(self, morfs, omit_prefixes):
""" Return list of morfs where the morf name does not begin
with any one of the omit_prefixes.
"""
filtered_morfs = []
for morf in morfs:
for prefix in omit_prefixes:
if self.morf_name(morf).startswith(prefix):
break
else:
filtered_morfs.append(morf)
return filtered_morfs
def morf_name_compare(self, x, y):
return cmp(self.morf_name(x), self.morf_name(y))
def report(self, morfs, show_missing=1, ignore_errors=0, file=None, omit_prefixes=[]):
if not isinstance(morfs, types.ListType):
morfs = [morfs]
# On windows, the shell doesn't expand wildcards. Do it here.
globbed = []
for morf in morfs:
if isinstance(morf, strclass):
globbed.extend(glob.glob(morf))
else:
globbed.append(morf)
morfs = globbed
morfs = self.filter_by_prefix(morfs, omit_prefixes)
morfs.sort(self.morf_name_compare)
max_name = max([5,] + map(len, map(self.morf_name, morfs)))
fmt_name = "%%- %ds " % max_name
fmt_err = fmt_name + "%s: %s"
header = fmt_name % "Name" + " Stmts Exec Cover"
fmt_coverage = fmt_name + "% 6d % 6d % 5d%%"
if show_missing:
header = header + " Missing"
fmt_coverage = fmt_coverage + " %s"
if not file:
file = sys.stdout
print >>file, header
print >>file, "-" * len(header)
total_statements = 0
total_executed = 0
for morf in morfs:
name = self.morf_name(morf)
try:
_, statements, _, missing, readable = self.analysis2(morf)
n = len(statements)
m = n - len(missing)
if n > 0:
pc = 100.0 * m / n
else:
pc = 100.0
args = (name, n, m, pc)
if show_missing:
args = args + (readable,)
print >>file, fmt_coverage % args
total_statements = total_statements + n
total_executed = total_executed + m
except KeyboardInterrupt: #pragma: no cover
raise
except:
if not ignore_errors:
typ, msg = sys.exc_info()[:2]
print >>file, fmt_err % (name, typ, msg)
if len(morfs) > 1:
print >>file, "-" * len(header)
if total_statements > 0:
pc = 100.0 * total_executed / total_statements
else:
pc = 100.0
args = ("TOTAL", total_statements, total_executed, pc)
if show_missing:
args = args + ("",)
print >>file, fmt_coverage % args
# annotate(morfs, ignore_errors).
blank_re = re.compile(r"\s*(#|$)")
else_re = re.compile(r"\s*else\s*:\s*(#|$)")
def annotate(self, morfs, directory=None, ignore_errors=0, omit_prefixes=[]):
morfs = self.filter_by_prefix(morfs, omit_prefixes)
for morf in morfs:
try:
filename, statements, excluded, missing, _ = self.analysis2(morf)
self.annotate_file(filename, statements, excluded, missing, directory)
except KeyboardInterrupt:
raise
except:
if not ignore_errors:
raise
def annotate_file(self, filename, statements, excluded, missing, directory=None):
source = open(filename, 'r')
if directory:
dest_file = os.path.join(directory,
os.path.basename(filename)
+ ',cover')
else:
dest_file = filename + ',cover'
dest = open(dest_file, 'w')
lineno = 0
i = 0
j = 0
covered = 1
while 1:
line = source.readline()
if line == '':
break
lineno = lineno + 1
while i < len(statements) and statements[i] < lineno:
i = i + 1
while j < len(missing) and missing[j] < lineno:
j = j + 1
if i < len(statements) and statements[i] == lineno:
covered = j >= len(missing) or missing[j] > lineno
if self.blank_re.match(line):
dest.write(' ')
elif self.else_re.match(line):
# Special logic for lines containing only 'else:'.
# See [GDR 2001-12-04b, 3.2].
if i >= len(statements) and j >= len(missing):
dest.write('! ')
elif i >= len(statements) or j >= len(missing):
dest.write('> ')
elif statements[i] == missing[j]:
dest.write('! ')
else:
dest.write('> ')
elif lineno in excluded:
dest.write('- ')
elif covered:
dest.write('> ')
else:
dest.write('! ')
dest.write(line)
source.close()
dest.close()
# Singleton object.
the_coverage = coverage()
# Module functions call methods in the singleton object.
def use_cache(*args, **kw):
return the_coverage.use_cache(*args, **kw)
def start(*args, **kw):
return the_coverage.start(*args, **kw)
def stop(*args, **kw):
return the_coverage.stop(*args, **kw)
def erase(*args, **kw):
return the_coverage.erase(*args, **kw)
def begin_recursive(*args, **kw):
return the_coverage.begin_recursive(*args, **kw)
def end_recursive(*args, **kw):
return the_coverage.end_recursive(*args, **kw)
def exclude(*args, **kw):
return the_coverage.exclude(*args, **kw)
def analysis(*args, **kw):
return the_coverage.analysis(*args, **kw)
def analysis2(*args, **kw):
return the_coverage.analysis2(*args, **kw)
def report(*args, **kw):
return the_coverage.report(*args, **kw)
def annotate(*args, **kw):
return the_coverage.annotate(*args, **kw)
def annotate_file(*args, **kw):
return the_coverage.annotate_file(*args, **kw)
# Save coverage data when Python exits. (The atexit module wasn't
# introduced until Python 2.0, so use sys.exitfunc when it's not
# available.)
try:
import atexit
atexit.register(the_coverage.save)
except ImportError:
sys.exitfunc = the_coverage.save
# Command-line interface.
if __name__ == '__main__':
the_coverage.command_line(sys.argv[1:])
# A. REFERENCES
#
# [GDR 2001-12-04a] "Statement coverage for Python"; Gareth Rees;
# Ravenbrook Limited; 2001-12-04;
# <http://www.nedbatchelder.com/code/modules/rees-coverage.html>.
#
# [GDR 2001-12-04b] "Statement coverage for Python: design and
# analysis"; Gareth Rees; Ravenbrook Limited; 2001-12-04;
# <http://www.nedbatchelder.com/code/modules/rees-design.html>.
#
# [van Rossum 2001-07-20a] "Python Reference Manual (releae 2.1.1)";
# Guide van Rossum; 2001-07-20;
# <http://www.python.org/doc/2.1.1/ref/ref.html>.
#
# [van Rossum 2001-07-20b] "Python Library Reference"; Guido van Rossum;
# 2001-07-20; <http://www.python.org/doc/2.1.1/lib/lib.html>.
#
#
# B. DOCUMENT HISTORY
#
# 2001-12-04 GDR Created.
#
# 2001-12-06 GDR Added command-line interface and source code
# annotation.
#
# 2001-12-09 GDR Moved design and interface to separate documents.
#
# 2001-12-10 GDR Open cache file as binary on Windows. Allow
# simultaneous -e and -x, or -a and -r.
#
# 2001-12-12 GDR Added command-line help. Cache analysis so that it
# only needs to be done once when you specify -a and -r.
#
# 2001-12-13 GDR Improved speed while recording. Portable between
# Python 1.5.2 and 2.1.1.
#
# 2002-01-03 GDR Module-level functions work correctly.
#
# 2002-01-07 GDR Update sys.path when running a file with the -x option,
# so that it matches the value the program would get if it were run on
# its own.
#
# 2004-12-12 NMB Significant code changes.
# - Finding executable statements has been rewritten so that docstrings and
# other quirks of Python execution aren't mistakenly identified as missing
# lines.
# - Lines can be excluded from consideration, even entire suites of lines.
# - The filesystem cache of covered lines can be disabled programmatically.
# - Modernized the code.
#
# 2004-12-14 NMB Minor tweaks. Return 'analysis' to its original behavior
# and add 'analysis2'. Add a global for 'annotate', and factor it, adding
# 'annotate_file'.
#
# 2004-12-31 NMB Allow for keyword arguments in the module global functions.
# Thanks, Allen.
#
# 2005-12-02 NMB Call threading.settrace so that all threads are measured.
# Thanks Martin Fuzzey. Add a file argument to report so that reports can be
# captured to a different destination.
#
# 2005-12-03 NMB coverage.py can now measure itself.
#
# 2005-12-04 NMB Adapted Greg Rogers' patch for using relative filenames,
# and sorting and omitting files to report on.
#
# 2006-07-23 NMB Applied Joseph Tate's patch for function decorators.
#
# 2006-08-21 NMB Applied Sigve Tjora and Mark van der Wal's fixes for argument
# handling.
#
# 2006-08-22 NMB Applied Geoff Bache's parallel mode patch.
#
# 2006-08-23 NMB Refactorings to improve testability. Fixes to command-line
# logic for parallel mode and collect.
#
# 2006-08-25 NMB "#pragma: nocover" is excluded by default.
#
# 2006-09-10 NMB Properly ignore docstrings and other constant expressions that
# appear in the middle of a function, a problem reported by Tim Leslie.
# Minor changes to avoid lint warnings.
#
# 2006-09-17 NMB coverage.erase() shouldn't clobber the exclude regex.
# Change how parallel mode is invoked, and fix erase() so that it erases the
# cache when called programmatically.
#
# 2007-07-21 NMB In reports, ignore code executed from strings, since we can't
# do anything useful with it anyway.
# Better file handling on Linux, thanks Guillaume Chazarain.
# Better shell support on Windows, thanks Noel O'Boyle.
# Python 2.2 support maintained, thanks Catherine Proulx.
#
# 2007-07-22 NMB Python 2.5 now fully supported. The method of dealing with
# multi-line statements is now less sensitive to the exact line that Python
# reports during execution. Pass statements are handled specially so that their
# disappearance during execution won't throw off the measurement.
#
# 2007-07-23 NMB Now Python 2.5 is *really* fully supported: the body of the
# new with statement is counted as executable.
#
# 2007-07-29 NMB Better packaging.
# C. COPYRIGHT AND LICENCE
#
# Copyright 2001 Gareth Rees. All rights reserved.
# Copyright 2004-2007 Ned Batchelder. All rights reserved.
#
# Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
# modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
# met:
#
# 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
# notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
#
# 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
# notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
# documentation and/or other materials provided with the
# distribution.
#
# THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
# "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
# LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
# A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
# HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,
# INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING,
# BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS
# OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND
# ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR
# TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE
# USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
# DAMAGE.
#
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