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"""Tests for various magic functions.
Needs to be run by nose (to make ipython session available).
from __future__ import absolute_import
# Imports
import os
import sys
import tempfile
import types
from StringIO import StringIO
import as nt
from IPython.utils.path import get_long_path_name
from IPython.testing import decorators as dec
from IPython.testing import tools as tt
from IPython.utils import py3compat
# Test functions begin
def test_rehashx():
# clear up everything
_ip = get_ipython()
del _ip.db['syscmdlist']
# Practically ALL ipython development systems will have more than 10 aliases
yield (nt.assert_true, len(_ip.alias_manager.alias_table) > 10)
for key, val in _ip.alias_manager.alias_table.iteritems():
# we must strip dots from alias names
nt.assert_true('.' not in key)
# rehashx must fill up syscmdlist
scoms = _ip.db['syscmdlist']
yield (nt.assert_true, len(scoms) > 10)
def test_magic_parse_options():
"""Test that we don't mangle paths when parsing magic options."""
ip = get_ipython()
path = 'c:\\x'
opts = ip.parse_options('-f %s' % path,'f:')[0]
# argv splitting is os-dependent
if == 'posix':
expected = 'c:x'
expected = path
nt.assert_equals(opts['f'], expected)
def doctest_hist_f():
"""Test %hist -f with temporary filename.
In [9]: import tempfile
In [10]: tfile = tempfile.mktemp('.py','tmp-ipython-')
In [11]: %hist -nl -f $tfile 3
In [13]: import os; os.unlink(tfile)
def doctest_hist_r():
"""Test %hist -r
XXX - This test is not recording the output correctly. For some reason, in
testing mode the raw history isn't getting populated. No idea why.
Disabling the output checking for now, though at least we do run it.
In [1]: 'hist' in _ip.lsmagic()
Out[1]: True
In [2]: x=1
In [3]: %hist -rl 2
x=1 # random
%hist -r 2
def doctest_hist_op():
"""Test %hist -op
In [1]: class b(float):
...: pass
In [2]: class s(object):
...: def __str__(self):
...: return 's'
In [3]:
In [4]: class r(b):
...: def __repr__(self):
...: return 'r'
In [5]: class sr(s,r): pass
In [6]:
In [7]: bb=b()
In [8]: ss=s()
In [9]: rr=r()
In [10]: ssrr=sr()
In [11]: 4.5
Out[11]: 4.5
In [12]: str(ss)
Out[12]: 's'
In [13]:
In [14]: %hist -op
>>> class b:
... pass
>>> class s(b):
... def __str__(self):
... return 's'
>>> class r(b):
... def __repr__(self):
... return 'r'
>>> class sr(s,r): pass
>>> bb=b()
>>> ss=s()
>>> rr=r()
>>> ssrr=sr()
>>> 4.5
>>> str(ss)
def test_macro():
ip = get_ipython()
ip.history_manager.reset() # Clear any existing history.
cmds = ["a=1", "def b():\n return a**2", "print(a,b())"]
for i, cmd in enumerate(cmds, start=1):
ip.history_manager.store_inputs(i, cmd)
ip.magic("macro test 1-3")
nt.assert_equal(ip.user_ns["test"].value, "\n".join(cmds)+"\n")
# List macros.
assert "test" in ip.magic("macro")
def test_macro_run():
"""Test that we can run a multi-line macro successfully."""
ip = get_ipython()
cmds = ["a=10", "a+=1", py3compat.doctest_refactor_print("print a"),
"%macro test 2-3"]
for cmd in cmds:
ip.run_cell(cmd, store_history=True)
py3compat.doctest_refactor_print("a+=1\nprint a\n"))
with tt.AssertPrints("12"):
with tt.AssertPrints("13"):
# XXX failing for now, until we get clearcmd out of quarantine. But we should
# fix this and revert the skip to happen only if numpy is not around.
def test_numpy_clear_array_undec():
from IPython.extensions import clearcmd
_ip.ex('import numpy as np')
_ip.ex('a = np.empty(2)')
yield (nt.assert_true, 'a' in _ip.user_ns)
_ip.magic('clear array')
yield (nt.assert_false, 'a' in _ip.user_ns)
# Multiple tests for clipboard pasting
def test_paste():
_ip = get_ipython()
def paste(txt, flags='-q'):
"""Paste input text, by default in quiet mode"""
hooks.clipboard_get = lambda : txt
_ip.magic('paste '+flags)
# Inject fake clipboard hook but save original so we can restore it later
hooks = _ip.hooks
user_ns = _ip.user_ns
original_clip = hooks.clipboard_get
# Run tests with fake clipboard function
user_ns.pop('x', None)
yield nt.assert_equal(user_ns['x'], 1)
user_ns.pop('x', None)
paste('>>> x=2')
yield nt.assert_equal(user_ns['x'], 2)
>>> x = [1,2,3]
>>> y = []
>>> for i in x:
... y.append(i**2)
yield nt.assert_equal(user_ns['x'], [1,2,3])
yield nt.assert_equal(user_ns['y'], [1,4,9])
# Now, test that paste -r works
user_ns.pop('x', None)
yield nt.assert_false('x' in user_ns)
_ip.magic('paste -r')
yield nt.assert_equal(user_ns['x'], [1,2,3])
# Also test paste echoing, by temporarily faking the writer
w = StringIO()
writer = _ip.write
_ip.write = w.write
code = """
a = 100
b = 200"""
out = w.getvalue()
_ip.write = writer
yield nt.assert_equal(user_ns['a'], 100)
yield nt.assert_equal(user_ns['b'], 200)
yield nt.assert_equal(out, code+"\n## -- End pasted text --\n")
# Restore original hook
hooks.clipboard_get = original_clip
def test_time():
_ip.magic('time None')
def doctest_time():
In [10]: %time None
CPU times: user 0.00 s, sys: 0.00 s, total: 0.00 s
Wall time: 0.00 s
In [11]: def f(kmjy):
....: %time print 2*kmjy
In [12]: f(3)
CPU times: user 0.00 s, sys: 0.00 s, total: 0.00 s
Wall time: 0.00 s
def test_doctest_mode():
"Toggle doctest_mode twice, it should be a no-op and run without error"
def test_parse_options():
"""Tests for basic options parsing in magics."""
# These are only the most minimal of tests, more should be added later. At
# the very least we check that basic text/unicode calls work OK.
nt.assert_equal(_ip.parse_options('foo', '')[1], 'foo')
nt.assert_equal(_ip.parse_options(u'foo', '')[1], u'foo')
def test_dirops():
"""Test various directory handling operations."""
# curpath = lambda :os.path.splitdrive(os.getcwdu())[1].replace('\\','/')
curpath = os.getcwdu
startdir = os.getcwdu()
ipdir = _ip.ipython_dir
_ip.magic('cd "%s"' % ipdir)
nt.assert_equal(curpath(), ipdir)
_ip.magic('cd -')
nt.assert_equal(curpath(), startdir)
_ip.magic('pushd "%s"' % ipdir)
nt.assert_equal(curpath(), ipdir)
nt.assert_equal(curpath(), startdir)
def check_cpaste(code, should_fail=False):
"""Execute code via 'cpaste' and ensure it was executed, unless
should_fail is set.
_ip.user_ns['code_ran'] = False
src = StringIO()
if not hasattr(src, 'encoding'):
# IPython expects stdin to have an encoding attribute
src.encoding = None
stdin_save = sys.stdin
sys.stdin = src
context = tt.AssertPrints if should_fail else tt.AssertNotPrints
with context("Traceback (most recent call last)"):
if not should_fail:
assert _ip.user_ns['code_ran']
sys.stdin = stdin_save
def test_cpaste():
"""Test cpaste magic"""
def run():
"""Marker function: sets a flag when executed.
_ip.user_ns['code_ran'] = True
return 'run' # return string so '+ run()' doesn't result in success
tests = {'pass': ["> > > run()",
">>> > run()",
"+++ run()",
"++ run()",
" >>> run()"],
'fail': ["+ + run()",
" ++ run()"]}
_ip.user_ns['run'] = run
for code in tests['pass']:
for code in tests['fail']:
check_cpaste(code, should_fail=True)
def test_xmode():
# Calling xmode three times should be a no-op
xmode = _ip.InteractiveTB.mode
for i in range(3):
nt.assert_equal(_ip.InteractiveTB.mode, xmode)
def test_reset_hard():
monitor = []
class A(object):
def __del__(self):
def __repr__(self):
return "<A instance>"
_ip.user_ns["a"] = A()
nt.assert_equal(monitor, [])
nt.assert_equal(monitor, [1])
class TestXdel(tt.TempFileMixin):
def test_xdel(self):
"""Test that references from %run are cleared by xdel."""
src = ("class A(object):\n"
" monitor = []\n"
" def __del__(self):\n"
" self.monitor.append(1)\n"
"a = A()\n")
# %run creates some hidden references...
_ip.magic("run %s" % self.fname)
# ... as does the displayhook.
monitor = _ip.user_ns["A"].monitor
nt.assert_equal(monitor, [])
_ip.magic("xdel a")
# Check that a's __del__ method has been called.
nt.assert_equal(monitor, [1])
def doctest_who():
"""doctest for %who
In [1]: %reset -f
In [2]: alpha = 123
In [3]: beta = 'beta'
In [4]: %who int
In [5]: %who str
In [6]: %whos
Variable Type Data/Info
alpha int 123
beta str beta
In [7]: %who_ls
Out[7]: ['alpha', 'beta']
def doctest_precision():
"""doctest for %precision
In [1]: f = get_ipython().shell.display_formatter.formatters['text/plain']
In [2]: %precision 5
Out[2]: {u}'%.5f'
In [3]: f.float_format
Out[3]: {u}'%.5f'
In [4]: %precision %e
Out[4]: {u}'%e'
In [5]: f(3.1415927)
Out[5]: {u}'3.141593e+00'
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