Source code for horizon.test.helpers

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import logging
import os
import socket
import time
import unittest

from django.contrib.auth.middleware import AuthenticationMiddleware  # noqa
from django.contrib.auth.models import Permission  # noqa
from django.contrib.auth.models import User  # noqa
from django.contrib.contenttypes.models import ContentType  # noqa
from import default_storage  # noqa
from django.contrib.sessions.backends.base import SessionBase  # noqa
from django.core.handlers import wsgi
from django import http
from django import test as django_test
from django.test.client import RequestFactory  # noqa
from django.utils.encoding import force_text
import six

from django.contrib.staticfiles.testing \
    import StaticLiveServerTestCase as LiveServerTestCase

LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)

# NOTE: Several distributions can't ship Selenium, or the Firefox
# component of it, due to its non-free license. So they have to patch
# it out of test-requirements.txt Avoid import failure and force not
# running selenium tests if we attempt to run selenium tests using the
# Firefox driver and it is not available.
    from import ui as selenium_ui
    import xvfbwrapper  # Only needed when running the Selenium tests headless

    from horizon.test.webdriver import WebDriver  # noqa
except ImportError as e:
    LOG.warning("{0}, force WITH_SELENIUM=False".format(str(e)))
    os.environ['WITH_SELENIUM'] = ''

from mox3 import mox

from horizon import middleware

# Makes output of failing mox tests much easier to read.
wsgi.WSGIRequest.__repr__ = lambda self: "<class 'django.http.HttpRequest'>"

class SessionStore(SessionBase):
    """Dict like object for simulating sessions in unittests."""

    def load(self):
        return {}

    def create(self):
        self.modified = True

    def save(self, must_create=False):
        self._session_key = self._get_session_key()
        self.modified = True

    def exists(self, session_key=None):
        return False

    def delete(self, session_key=None):

        self._session_key = ''
        self._session_cache = {}
        self.modified = True

    def cycle_key(self):

    def clear_expired(cls):

class RequestFactoryWithMessages(RequestFactory):
    def get(self, *args, **kwargs):
        req = super(RequestFactoryWithMessages, self).get(*args, **kwargs)
        req.user = User()
        req.session = SessionStore()
        req._messages = default_storage(req)
        return req

    def post(self, *args, **kwargs):
        req = super(RequestFactoryWithMessages, self).post(*args, **kwargs)
        req.user = User()
        req.session = SessionStore()
        req._messages = default_storage(req)
        return req

@unittest.skipIf(os.environ.get('SKIP_UNITTESTS', False),
                 "The SKIP_UNITTESTS env variable is set.")
[docs]class TestCase(django_test.TestCase): """Specialized base test case class for Horizon which gives access to numerous additional features: * The ``mox`` mocking framework via ``self.mox``. * A ``RequestFactory`` class which supports Django's ``contrib.messages`` framework via ``self.factory``. * A ready-to-go request object via ``self.request``. """ def setUp(self): super(TestCase, self).setUp() self.mox = mox.Mox() self._setup_test_data() self._setup_factory() self._setup_user() self._setup_request() middleware.HorizonMiddleware().process_request(self.request) AuthenticationMiddleware().process_request(self.request) os.environ["HORIZON_TEST_RUN"] = "True" def _setup_test_data(self): pass def _setup_factory(self): self.factory = RequestFactoryWithMessages() def _setup_user(self): self.user = User.objects.create_user(username='test', password='test') self.assertTrue(self.client.login(username="test", password="test")) def _setup_request(self): self.request = http.HttpRequest() self.request.session = self.client._session() def tearDown(self): super(TestCase, self).tearDown() self.mox.UnsetStubs() self.mox.VerifyAll() del os.environ["HORIZON_TEST_RUN"] def set_permissions(self, permissions=None): perm_ids = Permission.objects.values_list('id', flat=True) self.user.user_permissions.remove(*perm_ids) for name in permissions: ct, create = ContentType.objects.get_or_create(model=name, app_label='horizon') perm, create = Permission.objects.get_or_create(codename=name, content_type=ct, name=name) self.user.user_permissions.add(perm) if hasattr(self.user, "_perm_cache"): del self.user._perm_cache if six.PY3: # Python 2 assert methods renamed in Python 3 def assertItemsEqual(self, expected_seq, actual_seq, msg=None): self.assertCountEqual(expected_seq, actual_seq, msg) def assertNotRegexpMatches(self, text, unexpected_regexp, msg=None): self.assertNotRegex(text, unexpected_regexp, msg)
[docs] def assertNoMessages(self, response=None): """Asserts that no messages have been attached by the ``contrib.messages`` framework. """ self.assertMessageCount(response, success=0, warn=0, info=0, error=0)
[docs] def assertMessageCount(self, response=None, **kwargs): """Asserts that the specified number of messages have been attached for various message types. Usage would look like ``self.assertMessageCount(success=1)``. """ temp_req = self.client.request(**{'wsgi.input': None}) temp_req.COOKIES = self.client.cookies storage = default_storage(temp_req) messages = [] if response is None: # To gain early access to the messages we have to decode the # cookie on the test client. if 'messages' in self.client.cookies: message_cookie = self.client.cookies['messages'].value messages = storage._decode(message_cookie) # Check for messages in the context elif hasattr(response, "context") and "messages" in response.context: messages = response.context["messages"] # Check for messages attached to the request on a TemplateResponse elif hasattr(response, "_request") and hasattr(response._request, "_messages"): messages = response._request._messages._queued_messages # If we don't have messages and we don't expect messages, we're done. if not any(kwargs.values()) and not messages: return # If we expected messages and have none, that's a problem. if any(kwargs.values()) and not messages: error_msg = "Messages were expected, but none were set." assert 0 == sum(kwargs.values()), error_msg # Otherwise, make sure we got the expected messages. for msg_type, count in kwargs.items(): msgs = [force_text(m.message) for m in messages if msg_type in m.tags] assert len(msgs) == count, \ "%s messages not as expected: %s" % (msg_type.title(), ", ".join(msgs))
@unittest.skipUnless(os.environ.get('WITH_SELENIUM', False), "The WITH_SELENIUM env variable is not set.") class SeleniumTestCase(LiveServerTestCase): @classmethod def setUpClass(cls): socket.setdefaulttimeout(60) if os.environ.get('WITH_SELENIUM', False): time.sleep(1) # Start a virtual display server for running the tests headless. if os.environ.get('SELENIUM_HEADLESS', False): cls.vdisplay = xvfbwrapper.Xvfb(width=1280, height=720) cls.vdisplay.start() cls.selenium = WebDriver() super(SeleniumTestCase, cls).setUpClass() @classmethod def tearDownClass(cls): if os.environ.get('WITH_SELENIUM', False): cls.selenium.quit() time.sleep(1) if hasattr(cls, 'vdisplay'): cls.vdisplay.stop() super(SeleniumTestCase, cls).tearDownClass() def setUp(self): socket.setdefaulttimeout(60) self.selenium.implicitly_wait(30) self.ui = selenium_ui super(SeleniumTestCase, self).setUp() class JasmineTests(SeleniumTestCase): """Helper class which allows you to create a simple Jasmine test running through Selenium To run a jasmine test suite create a class which extends JasmineTests in the :file:`horizon/test/jasmine/` and define two class attributes .. attribute:: sources A list of JS source files (the {{ STATIC_URL }} will be added automatically, these are the source files tested .. attribute:: specs A list of Jasmine JS spec files (the {{ STATIC_URL }} will be added automatically .. attribute:: template_name A template which will contain the html needed by the test, this attribute is optional, if it is not specified the default template will be used. The template, if specified, must extends :file:`horizon/jasmine/jasmine.html` and insert the html in a block which name must be content """ sources = [] specs = [] template_name = None def run_jasmine(self): self.selenium.get( "%s%s%s" % (self.live_server_url, "/jasmine/", self.__class__.__name__)) wait = self.ui.WebDriverWait(self.selenium, 120) def jasmine_done(driver): text = driver.find_element_by_class_name("duration").text return "finished" in text wait.until(jasmine_done) failures = \ self.selenium.find_elements_by_css_selector(".spec-detail.failed") results = [] for failure in failures: results.append( failure.find_element_by_class_name("description").text) results.append( failure.find_element_by_class_name("stack-trace").text) self.assertEqual(results, [], '\n\n' + '\n\n'.join(results) + '\n\n') def test(self): if self.__class__ == JasmineTests: return self.run_jasmine()

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