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Python 3 alpha compat: unit tests pass

Also includes some significant refactoring of tests
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1 parent 2899269 commit ae0ef7f6ee50d95482e8ec24aaaaeeada33ab6f2 @svanoort committed Dec 14, 2015
@@ -6,10 +6,13 @@
import sys
from parsing import *
+# Python 2/3 switches
+if sys.version_info[0] > 2:
+ from past.builtins import basestring
+
# Python 3 compatibility shims
from six import binary_type
from six import text_type
-from six import string_types
"""
Encapsulates logic related to benchmarking
@@ -106,7 +109,7 @@ def std_deviation(array):
try:
len(variance)
except TypeError: # Python 3.3 workaround until can use the statistics module from 3.4
- variance = [variance]
+ variance = list(variance)
stdev = AGGREGATES['mean_arithmetic'](variance)
return math.sqrt(stdev)
@@ -221,45 +224,46 @@ def parse_benchmark(base_url, node):
if format in OUTPUT_FORMATS:
benchmark.output_format = format
else:
- raise Exception('Invalid benchmark output format: ' + format)
+ raise ValueError('Invalid benchmark output format: ' + format)
elif key == u'output_file':
- if not isinstance(value, string_types):
- raise Exception("Invalid output file format")
+ if not isinstance(value, basestring):
+ raise ValueError("Invalid output file format")
benchmark.output_file = value
elif key == u'metrics':
- if isinstance(value, string_types):
+ if isinstance(value, basestring):
# Single value
- benchmark.add_metric(text_type(value, 'UTF-8'))
+ benchmark.add_metric(tests.coerce_to_string(value))
+ # FIXME refactor the parsing of metrics here, lots of duplicated logic
elif isinstance(value, list) or isinstance(value, set):
# List of single values or list of {metric:aggregate, ...}
for metric in value:
if isinstance(metric, dict):
for metricname, aggregate in metric.items():
- if not isinstance(metricname, string_types):
- raise Exception(
+ if not isinstance(metricname, basestring):
+ raise TypeError(
"Invalid metric input: non-string metric name")
- if not isinstance(aggregate, string_types):
- raise Exception(
+ if not isinstance(aggregate, basestring):
+ raise TypeError(
"Invalid aggregate input: non-string aggregate name")
# TODO unicode-safe this
- benchmark.add_metric(
- text_type(metricname, 'UTF-8'), text_type(aggregate, 'UTF-8'))
+ benchmark.add_metric(tests.coerce_to_string(metricname),
+ tests.coerce_to_string(aggregate))
- elif isinstance(metric, string_types):
- benchmark.add_metric(text_type(metric, 'UTF-8'))
+ elif isinstance(metric, basestring):
+ benchmark.add_metric(tests.coerce_to_string(metric))
elif isinstance(value, dict):
# Dictionary of metric-aggregate pairs
for metricname, aggregate in value.items():
- if not isinstance(metricname, string_types):
- raise Exception(
+ if not isinstance(metricname, basestring):
+ raise TypeError(
"Invalid metric input: non-string metric name")
- if not isinstance(aggregate, string_types):
- raise Exception(
+ if not isinstance(aggregate, basestring):
+ raise TypeError(
"Invalid aggregate input: non-string aggregate name")
- benchmark.add_metric(
- text_type(metricname, 'UTF-8'), text_type(aggregate, 'UTF-8'))
+ benchmark.add_metric(tests.coerce_to_string(metricname),
+ test.coerce_to_string(aggregate))
else:
- raise Exception(
+ raise TypeError(
"Invalid benchmark metric datatype: " + str(value))
return benchmark
@@ -2,8 +2,10 @@
import sys
from parsing import *
-# Python 3 compatibility
-from six import string_types
+# Python 2/3 switches
+PYTHON_MAJOR_VERSION = sys.version_info[0]
+if PYTHON_MAJOR_VERSION > 2:
+ from past.builtins import basestring
"""
@@ -68,7 +70,7 @@ def create_noread_version(self):
def setup(self, input, is_file=False, is_template_path=False, is_template_content=False):
""" Self explanatory, input is inline content or file path. """
- if not isinstance(input, string_types):
+ if not isinstance(input, basestring):
raise TypeError("Input is not a string")
if is_file:
input = os.path.abspath(input)
@@ -99,7 +101,7 @@ def parse_content(node):
while (node and not is_done): # Dive through the configuration tree
# Finally we've found the value!
- if isinstance(node, string_types):
+ if isinstance(node, basestring):
output.content = node
output.setup(node, is_file=is_file, is_template_path=is_template_path,
is_template_content=is_template_content)
@@ -114,7 +116,7 @@ def parse_content(node):
flat = lowercase_keys(flatten_dictionaries(node))
for key, value in flat.items():
if key == u'template':
- if isinstance(value, string_types):
+ if isinstance(value, basestring):
if is_file:
value = os.path.abspath(value)
output.content = value
@@ -130,7 +132,7 @@ def parse_content(node):
break
elif key == 'file':
- if isinstance(value, string_types):
+ if isinstance(value, basestring):
output.content = os.path.abspath(value)
output.is_file = True
output.is_template_content = is_template_content
@@ -14,6 +14,10 @@
import resttest
import validators
+# Python 2/3 compat shims
+from six import text_type
+from six import binary_type
+
# Django testing settings, initial configuration
os.environ.setdefault("DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE", "testapp.settings")
djangopath = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(
@@ -230,8 +234,13 @@ def test_post(self):
test2.url = self.prefix + '/api/person/?login=theadmiral'
test_response2 = resttest.run_test(test2)
self.assertTrue(test_response2.passed)
- obj = json.loads(str(test_response2.body))
- print(json.dumps(obj))
+
+ # Test JSON load/dump round trip on body
+ bod = test_response2.body
+ if isinstance(bod, binary_type):
+ bod = text_type(bod, 'utf-8')
+ print(json.dumps(json.loads(bod)))
+
def test_delete(self):
""" Try removing an item """
@@ -8,9 +8,9 @@
import parsing
# Python 3 compatibility
-if sys.version_info[0] == 3:
+if sys.version_info[0] > 2:
from builtins import range as xrange
-from six import string_types
+ from past.builtins import basestring
""" Collection of generators to be used in templating for test data
@@ -206,7 +206,7 @@ def register_generator(typename, parse_function):
typename is the new generator type name (must not already exist)
parse_function will parse a configuration object (dict)
"""
- if not isinstance(typename, string_types):
+ if not isinstance(typename, basestring):
raise TypeError(
'Generator type name {0} is invalid, must be a string'.format(typename))
if typename in GENERATOR_TYPES:
View
@@ -4,8 +4,11 @@
# Python 3 compatibility shims
from six import binary_type
from six import text_type
-from six import string_types
+
+# Python 2/3 switches
PYTHON_MAJOR_VERSION = sys.version_info[0]
+if PYTHON_MAJOR_VERSION > 2:
+ from past.builtins import basestring
"""
Parsing utilities, pulled out so they can be used in multiple modules
@@ -15,7 +18,7 @@ def encode_unicode_bytes(my_string):
""" Shim function, converts Unicode to UTF-8 encoded bytes regardless of the source format
Intended for python 3 compatibility mode, and b/c PyCurl only takes raw bytes
"""
- if not isinstance(my_string, string_types):
+ if not isinstance(my_string, basestring):
my_string = repr(my_string)
# TODO refactor this to use six types
@@ -86,9 +89,9 @@ def safe_to_bool(input):
If it's not a boolean or string that matches 'false' or 'true' when ignoring case, throws an exception """
if isinstance(input, bool):
return input
- elif isinstance(input, string_types) and input.lower() == u'false':
+ elif isinstance(input, basestring) and input.lower() == u'false':
return False
- elif isinstance(input, string_types) and input.lower() == u'true':
+ elif isinstance(input, basestring) and input.lower() == u'true':
return True
else:
raise TypeError(
@@ -20,10 +20,14 @@
except ImportError:
from io import BytesIO as MyIO
+ESCAPE_DECODING = 'string-escape'
# Python 3 compatibility
-if sys.version_info[0] == 3:
+if sys.version_info[0] > 2:
from past.builtins import basestring
from builtins import range as xrange
+ ESCAPE_DECODING = 'unicode_escape'
+
+from six import text_type
# Pyresttest internals
from binding import Context
@@ -327,7 +331,7 @@ def run_test(mytest, test_config=TestConfig(), context=None):
# Retrieve values
result.body = body.getvalue()
body.close()
- result.response_headers = headers.getvalue()
+ result.response_headers = text_type(headers.getvalue(), 'ISO-8859-1') # Per RFC 2616
headers.close()
response_code = curl.getinfo(pycurl.RESPONSE_CODE)
@@ -390,7 +394,7 @@ def run_test(mytest, test_config=TestConfig(), context=None):
if test_config.print_bodies or not result.passed:
if test_config.interactive:
print("RESPONSE:")
- print(result.body.decode("string-escape"))
+ print(result.body.decode(ESCAPE_DECODING))
if test_config.print_headers or not result.passed:
if test_config.interactive:
@@ -6,16 +6,16 @@
from binding import Context
from contenthandling import ContentHandler
import generators
-try:
- import mock
-except:
- from unittest import mock
+PYTHON_MAJOR_VERSION = sys.version_info[0]
+if PYTHON_MAJOR_VERSION > 2:
+ from unittest import mock
+else:
+ import mock
# Python 3 compatibility shims
from six import binary_type
from six import text_type
-from six import string_types
class TestsTest(unittest.TestCase):
""" Testing for basic REST test methods, how meta! """
@@ -26,39 +26,24 @@ def test_coerce_to_string(self):
self.assertEqual(u'stuff', coerce_to_string(u'stuff'))
self.assertEqual(u'stuff', coerce_to_string('stuff'))
self.assertEqual(u'st😽uff', coerce_to_string(u'st😽uff'))
+ self.assertRaises(TypeError, coerce_to_string, {'key': 'value'})
+ self.assertRaises(TypeError, coerce_to_string, None)
- try:
- blah = coerce_to_string({'key': 'value'})
- self.fail('Coercing to string should fail given a non-string or integer type')
- except:
- pass
-
- try:
- blah = coerce_to_string(None)
- self.fail('Coercing to string should fail given a None type')
- except:
- pass
- def test_coerce_string_to_ascii(self):
- self.assertEqual(binary_type('stuff'), coerce_string_to_ascii(u'stuff'))
+ def test_coerce_http_method(self):
+ self.assertEqual(u'HEAD', coerce_http_method(u'hEaD'))
+ self.assertEqual(u'HEAD', coerce_http_method(b'hEaD'))
+ self.assertRaises(TypeError, coerce_http_method, 5)
+ self.assertRaises(TypeError, coerce_http_method, None)
+ self.assertRaises(TypeError, coerce_http_method, u'')
- try:
- blah = coerce_string_to_ascii(u'st😽uff')
- self.fail('Coercing to ASCII string should fail for non-ASCII data')
- except:
- pass
- try:
- blah = coerce_string_to_ascii(1)
- self.fail('Coercing to ASCII string should fail given a non-string type')
- except:
- pass
+ def test_coerce_string_to_ascii(self):
+ self.assertEqual(b'stuff', coerce_string_to_ascii(u'stuff'))
+ self.assertRaises(UnicodeEncodeError, coerce_string_to_ascii, u'st😽uff')
+ self.assertRaises(TypeError, coerce_string_to_ascii, 1)
+ self.assertRaises(TypeError, coerce_string_to_ascii, None)
- try:
- blah = coerce_string_to_ascii(None)
- self.fail('Coercing to string should fail given a None type')
- except:
- pass
def test_coerce_list_of_ints(self):
self.assertEqual([1], coerce_list_of_ints(1))
@@ -92,17 +77,17 @@ def test_parse_test(self):
# 204 response code
myinput = {"url": "/ping", "meThod": "POST"}
test = Test.parse_test('', myinput)
- self.assertTrue(test.url == myinput['url'])
- self.assertTrue(test.method == myinput['meThod'])
- self.assertTrue(test.expected_status == [200, 201, 204])
+ self.assertEqual(test.url, myinput['url'])
+ self.assertEqual(test.method, myinput['meThod'])
+ self.assertEqual(test.expected_status, [200, 201, 204])
# Authentication
myinput = {"url": "/ping", "method": "GET",
"auth_username": "foo", "auth_password": "bar"}
test = Test.parse_test('', myinput)
- self.assertTrue(test.auth_username == myinput['auth_username'])
- self.assertTrue(test.auth_password == myinput['auth_password'])
- self.assertTrue(test.expected_status == [200])
+ self.assertEqual('foo', myinput['auth_username'])
+ self.assertEqual('bar', myinput['auth_password'])
+ self.assertEqual(test.expected_status, [200])
# Test that headers propagate
myinput = {"url": "/ping", "method": "GET",
@@ -111,9 +96,9 @@ def test_parse_test(self):
expected_headers = {"Accept": "application/json",
"Accept-Encoding": "gzip"}
- self.assertTrue(test.url == myinput['url'])
- self.assertTrue(test.method == 'GET')
- self.assertTrue(test.expected_status == [200])
+ self.assertEqual(test.url, myinput['url'])
+ self.assertEqual(test.method, 'GET')
+ self.assertEqual(test.expected_status, [200])
self.assertTrue(isinstance(test.headers, dict))
# Test no header mappings differ
@@ -124,8 +109,8 @@ def test_parse_test(self):
myinput = [{"url": "/ping"}, {"name": "cheese"},
{"expected_status": ["200", 204, "202"]}]
test = Test.parse_test('', myinput)
- self.assertTrue(test.name == "cheese")
- self.assertTrue(test.expected_status == [200, 204, 202])
+ self.assertEqual(test.name, "cheese")
+ self.assertEqual(test.expected_status, [200, 204, 202])
self.assertFalse(test.is_context_modifier())
def test_parse_nonstandard_http_method(self):
@@ -173,13 +158,17 @@ def test_parse_custom_curl(self):
except ValueError:
pass
+ @unittest.skipIf(PYTHON_MAJOR_VERSION > 2,
+ reason="In python 3 we can't override the setopt method this way or by setattr, so mocks fail")
def test_use_custom_curl(self):
""" Test that test method really does configure correctly """
test = Test()
test.curl_options = {'FOLLOWLOCATION': True, 'MAXREDIRS': 5}
mock_handle = pycurl.Curl()
+
mock_handle.setopt = mock.MagicMock(return_value=True)
test.configure_curl(curl_handle=mock_handle)
+
# print mock_handle.setopt.call_args_list # Debugging
mock_handle.setopt.assert_any_call(mock_handle.FOLLOWLOCATION, True)
mock_handle.setopt.assert_any_call(mock_handle.MAXREDIRS, 5)
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