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#
# Copyright 2008 Google Inc. All Rights Reserved.
"""Test for cli."""
import unittest, os, sys, StringIO
import common
from autotest_lib.cli import atest, topic_common, rpc
from autotest_lib.frontend.afe import rpc_client_lib
from autotest_lib.frontend.afe.json_rpc import proxy
from autotest_lib.client.common_lib.test_utils import mock
from autotest_lib.client.common_lib import autotemp
CLI_USING_PDB = False
CLI_UT_DEBUG = False
def create_file(content):
file_temp = autotemp.tempfile(unique_id='cli_mock', text=True)
os.write(file_temp.fd, content)
return file_temp
class ExitException(Exception):
pass
class cli_unittest(unittest.TestCase):
def setUp(self):
super(cli_unittest, self).setUp()
self.god = mock.mock_god(debug=CLI_UT_DEBUG, ut=self)
self.god.stub_class_method(rpc.afe_comm, 'run')
self.god.stub_function(sys, 'exit')
def stub_authorization_headers(*args, **kwargs):
return {}
self.god.stub_with(rpc_client_lib, 'authorization_headers',
stub_authorization_headers)
def tearDown(self):
super(cli_unittest, self).tearDown()
self.god.unstub_all()
def assertEqualNoOrder(self, x, y, message=None):
self.assertEqual(set(x), set(y), message)
def assertWords(self, string, to_find=[], not_in=[]):
for word in to_find:
self.assert_(string.find(word) >= 0,
"Could not find '%s' in: %s" % (word, string))
for word in not_in:
self.assert_(string.find(word) < 0,
"Found (and shouldn't have) '%s' in: %s" % (word,
string))
def _check_output(self, out='', out_words_ok=[], out_words_no=[],
err='', err_words_ok=[], err_words_no=[]):
if out_words_ok or out_words_no:
self.assertWords(out, out_words_ok, out_words_no)
else:
self.assertEqual('', out)
if err_words_ok or err_words_no:
self.assertWords(err, err_words_ok, err_words_no)
else:
self.assertEqual('', err)
def assertOutput(self, obj, results,
out_words_ok=[], out_words_no=[],
err_words_ok=[], err_words_no=[]):
self.god.mock_io()
obj.output(results)
obj.show_all_failures()
(out, err) = self.god.unmock_io()
self._check_output(out, out_words_ok, out_words_no,
err, err_words_ok, err_words_no)
def mock_rpcs(self, rpcs):
"""rpcs is a list of tuples, each representing one RPC:
(op, **dargs, success, expected)"""
for (op, dargs, success, expected) in rpcs:
comm = rpc.afe_comm.run
if success:
comm.expect_call(op, **dargs).and_return(expected)
else:
comm.expect_call(op, **dargs).and_raises(proxy.JSONRPCException(expected))
def run_cmd(self, argv, rpcs=[], exit_code=None,
out_words_ok=[], out_words_no=[],
err_words_ok=[], err_words_no=[]):
"""Runs the command in argv.
rpcs is a list of tuples, each representing one RPC:
(op, **dargs, success, expected)
exit_code should be set if you expect the command
to fail
The words are lists of words that are expected"""
sys.argv = argv
self.mock_rpcs(rpcs)
if not (CLI_USING_PDB and CLI_UT_DEBUG):
self.god.mock_io()
if exit_code is not None:
sys.exit.expect_call(exit_code).and_raises(ExitException)
self.assertRaises(ExitException, atest.main)
else:
atest.main()
(out, err) = self.god.unmock_io()
self.god.check_playback()
self._check_output(out, out_words_ok, out_words_no,
err, err_words_ok, err_words_no)
return (out, err)