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"""Tests for input handlers.
"""
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Module imports
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# third party
import nose.tools as nt
# our own packages
from IPython.core import autocall
from IPython.testing import decorators as dec
from IPython.testing import tools as tt
from IPython.testing.globalipapp import get_ipython
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Globals
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Get the public instance of IPython
ip = get_ipython()
failures = []
num_tests = 0
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Test functions
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
class CallableIndexable(object):
def __getitem__(self, idx): return True
def __call__(self, *args, **kws): return True
class Autocallable(autocall.IPyAutocall):
def __call__(self):
return "called"
def run(tests):
"""Loop through a list of (pre, post) inputs, where pre is the string
handed to ipython, and post is how that string looks after it's been
transformed (i.e. ipython's notion of _i)"""
tt.check_pairs(ip.prefilter_manager.prefilter_lines, tests)
def test_handlers():
# alias expansion
# We're using 'true' as our syscall of choice because it doesn't
# write anything to stdout.
# Turn off actual execution of aliases, because it's noisy
old_system_cmd = ip.system
ip.system = lambda cmd: None
ip.alias_manager.alias_table['an_alias'] = (0, 'true')
# These are useful for checking a particular recursive alias issue
ip.alias_manager.alias_table['top'] = (0, 'd:/cygwin/top')
ip.alias_manager.alias_table['d'] = (0, 'true')
run([("an_alias", 'get_ipython().system(u"true ")'), # alias
# Below: recursive aliases should expand whitespace-surrounded
# chars, *not* initial chars which happen to be aliases:
("top", 'get_ipython().system(u"d:/cygwin/top ")'),
])
ip.system = old_system_cmd
call_idx = CallableIndexable()
ip.user_ns['call_idx'] = call_idx
# For many of the below, we're also checking that leading whitespace
# turns off the esc char, which it should unless there is a continuation
# line.
run([('"no change"', '"no change"'), # normal
("!true", 'get_ipython().system(u"true")'), # shell_escapes
("!! true", 'get_ipython().magic(u"sx true")'), # shell_escapes + magic
("!!true", 'get_ipython().magic(u"sx true")'), # shell_escapes + magic
("%lsmagic", 'get_ipython().magic(u"lsmagic ")'), # magic
("lsmagic", 'get_ipython().magic(u"lsmagic ")'), # magic
#("a = b # PYTHON-MODE", '_i'), # emacs -- avoids _in cache
# post-esc-char whitespace goes inside
("! true", 'get_ipython().system(u" true")'),
# handle_help
# These are weak tests -- just looking at what the help handlers
# logs, which is not how it really does its work. But it still
# lets us check the key paths through the handler.
("x=1 # what?", "x=1 # what?"), # no help if valid python
])
# multi_line_specials
ip.prefilter_manager.multi_line_specials = False
# W/ multi_line_specials off, leading ws kills esc chars/autoexpansion
run([
('if 1:\n !true', 'if 1:\n !true'),
('if 1:\n lsmagic', 'if 1:\n lsmagic'),
('if 1:\n an_alias', 'if 1:\n an_alias'),
])
ip.prefilter_manager.multi_line_specials = True
# initial indents must be preserved.
run([
('if 1:\n !true', 'if 1:\n get_ipython().system(u"true")'),
('if 2:\n lsmagic', 'if 2:\n get_ipython().magic(u"lsmagic ")'),
('if 1:\n an_alias', 'if 1:\n get_ipython().system(u"true ")'),
# Weird one
('if 1:\n !!true', 'if 1:\n get_ipython().magic(u"sx true")'),
# Even with m_l_s on, autocall is off even with special chars
('if 1:\n /fun 1 2', 'if 1:\n /fun 1 2'),
('if 1:\n ;fun 1 2', 'if 1:\n ;fun 1 2'),
('if 1:\n ,fun 1 2', 'if 1:\n ,fun 1 2'),
('if 1:\n ?fun 1 2', 'if 1:\n ?fun 1 2'),
# What about !!
])
# Objects which are instances of IPyAutocall are *always* autocalled
autocallable = Autocallable()
ip.user_ns['autocallable'] = autocallable
# auto
ip.magic('autocall 0')
# Only explicit escapes or instances of IPyAutocallable should get
# expanded
run([
('len "abc"', 'len "abc"'),
('autocallable', 'autocallable()'),
(",list 1 2 3", 'list("1", "2", "3")'),
(";list 1 2 3", 'list("1 2 3")'),
("/len range(1,4)", 'len(range(1,4))'),
])
ip.magic('autocall 1')
run([
(",list 1 2 3", 'list("1", "2", "3")'),
(";list 1 2 3", 'list("1 2 3")'),
("/len range(1,4)", 'len(range(1,4))'),
('len "abc"', 'len("abc")'),
('len "abc";', 'len("abc");'), # ; is special -- moves out of parens
# Autocall is turned off if first arg is [] and the object
# is both callable and indexable. Like so:
('len [1,2]', 'len([1,2])'), # len doesn't support __getitem__...
('call_idx [1]', 'call_idx [1]'), # call_idx *does*..
('call_idx 1', 'call_idx(1)'),
('len', 'len '), # only at 2 does it auto-call on single args
])
ip.magic('autocall 2')
run([
(",list 1 2 3", 'list("1", "2", "3")'),
(";list 1 2 3", 'list("1 2 3")'),
("/len range(1,4)", 'len(range(1,4))'),
('len "abc"', 'len("abc")'),
('len "abc";', 'len("abc");'),
('len [1,2]', 'len([1,2])'),
('call_idx [1]', 'call_idx [1]'),
('call_idx 1', 'call_idx(1)'),
# This is what's different:
('len', 'len()'), # only at 2 does it auto-call on single args
])
ip.magic('autocall 1')
nt.assert_equals(failures, [])
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