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Benjamin Peterson committed ea194c9

Fix test_socket_ssl the easy way and remove it per #1489

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Lib/test/test_socket_ssl.py

-# Test just the SSL support in the socket module, in a moderately bogus way.
-
-import sys
-import unittest
-from test import test_support
-import socket
-import errno
-import threading
-import subprocess
-import time
-import os
-import urllib
-import warnings
-
-warnings.filterwarnings(
-    'ignore',
-    'socket.ssl.. is deprecated.  Use ssl.wrap_socket.. instead.',
-    DeprecationWarning)
-
-# Optionally test SSL support, if we have it in the tested platform
-skip_expected = not hasattr(socket, "ssl")
-
-HOST = test_support.HOST
-
-class ConnectedTests(unittest.TestCase):
-
-    def urlopen(self, host, *args, **kwargs):
-        # Connecting to remote hosts is flaky.  Make it more robust
-        # by retrying the connection several times.
-        for i in range(3):
-            try:
-                return urllib.urlopen(host, *args, **kwargs)
-            except IOError, e:
-                last_exc = e
-                continue
-            except:
-                raise
-        raise last_exc
-
-    def testBasic(self):
-        socket.RAND_status()
-        try:
-            socket.RAND_egd(1)
-        except TypeError:
-            pass
-        else:
-            print "didn't raise TypeError"
-        socket.RAND_add("this is a random string", 75.0)
-
-        with test_support.transient_internet():
-            f = self.urlopen('https://sourceforge.net')
-        buf = f.read()
-        f.close()
-
-    def testTimeout(self):
-        def error_msg(extra_msg):
-            print >> sys.stderr, """\
-        WARNING:  an attempt to connect to %r %s, in
-        testTimeout.  That may be legitimate, but is not the outcome we
-        hoped for.  If this message is seen often, testTimeout should be
-        changed to use a more reliable address.""" % (ADDR, extra_msg)
-
-        # A service which issues a welcome banner (without need to write
-        # anything).
-        ADDR = "pop.gmail.com", 995
-
-        s = socket.socket()
-        s.settimeout(30.0)
-        try:
-            s.connect(ADDR)
-        except socket.timeout:
-            error_msg('timed out')
-            return
-        except socket.error, exc:  # In case connection is refused.
-            if exc.args[0] == errno.ECONNREFUSED:
-                error_msg('was refused')
-                return
-            else:
-                raise
-
-        ss = socket.ssl(s)
-        # Read part of return welcome banner twice.
-        ss.read(1)
-        ss.read(1)
-        s.close()
-
-class BasicTests(unittest.TestCase):
-
-    def testRudeShutdown(self):
-        listener_ready = threading.Event()
-        listener_gone = threading.Event()
-        sock = socket.socket()
-        port = test_support.bind_port(sock)
-
-        # `listener` runs in a thread.  It opens a socket and sits in accept()
-        # until the main thread connects.  Then it rudely closes the socket,
-        # and sets Event `listener_gone` to let the main thread know the socket
-        # is gone.
-        def listener(s):
-            s.listen(5)
-            listener_ready.set()
-            s.accept()
-            s = None # reclaim the socket object, which also closes it
-            listener_gone.set()
-
-        def connector():
-            listener_ready.wait()
-            s = socket.socket()
-            s.connect((HOST, port))
-            listener_gone.wait()
-            try:
-                ssl_sock = socket.ssl(s)
-            except socket.sslerror:
-                pass
-            else:
-                raise test_support.TestFailed(
-                      'connecting to closed SSL socket should have failed')
-
-        t = threading.Thread(target=listener, args=(sock,))
-        t.start()
-        connector()
-        t.join()
-
-    def connect(self, s, host_port):
-        # Connecting to remote hosts is flaky.  Make it more robust
-        # by retrying the connection several times.
-        for i in range(3):
-            try:
-                return s.connect(host_port)
-            except IOError, e:
-                last_exc = e
-                continue
-            except:
-                raise
-        raise last_exc
-
-    def test_978833(self):
-        if not test_support.is_resource_enabled("network"):
-            return
-        if test_support.verbose:
-            print "test_978833 ..."
-
-        import os, httplib, ssl
-        with test_support.transient_internet():
-            s = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET)
-            try:
-                self.connect(s, ("svn.python.org", 443))
-            except IOError:
-                print >> sys.stderr, """\
-        WARNING:  an attempt to connect to svn.python.org:443 failed, in
-        test_978833.  That may be legitimate, but is not the outcome we
-        hoped for.  If this message is seen often, test_978833 should be
-        changed to use a more reliable address."""
-                return
-            fd = s._sock.fileno()
-            sock = ssl.wrap_socket(s)
-            s = None
-            sock.close()
-            try:
-                os.fstat(fd)
-            except OSError:
-                pass
-            else:
-                raise test_support.TestFailed("Failed to close socket")
-
-class OpenSSLTests(unittest.TestCase):
-
-    def testBasic(self):
-        s = socket.socket()
-        s.connect((HOST, OpenSSLServer.PORT))
-        ss = socket.ssl(s)
-        ss.write("Foo\n")
-        i = ss.read(4)
-        self.assertEqual(i, "Foo\n")
-        s.close()
-
-    def testMethods(self):
-        # read & write is already tried in the Basic test
-        # now we'll try to get the server info about certificates
-        # this came from the certificate I used, one I found in /usr/share/openssl
-        info = "/C=PT/ST=Queensland/L=Lisboa/O=Neuronio, Lda./OU=Desenvolvimento/CN=brutus.neuronio.pt/emailAddress=sampo@iki.fi"
-
-        s = socket.socket()
-        s.connect((HOST, OpenSSLServer.PORT))
-        ss = socket.ssl(s)
-        cert = ss.server()
-        self.assertEqual(cert, info)
-        cert = ss.issuer()
-        self.assertEqual(cert, info)
-        s.close()
-
-
-class OpenSSLServer(threading.Thread):
-    PORT = None
-    def __init__(self):
-        self.s = None
-        self.keepServing = True
-        self._external()
-        if self.haveServer:
-            threading.Thread.__init__(self)
-
-    def _external(self):
-        # let's find the .pem files
-        curdir = os.path.dirname(__file__) or os.curdir
-        cert_file = os.path.join(curdir, "ssl_cert.pem")
-        if not os.access(cert_file, os.F_OK):
-            raise ValueError("No cert file found! (tried %r)" % cert_file)
-        key_file = os.path.join(curdir, "ssl_key.pem")
-        if not os.access(key_file, os.F_OK):
-            raise ValueError("No key file found! (tried %r)" % key_file)
-
-        try:
-            # XXX TODO: on Windows, this should make more effort to use the
-            # openssl.exe that would have been built by the pcbuild.sln.
-            OpenSSLServer.PORT = test_support.find_unused_port()
-            args = (OpenSSLServer.PORT, cert_file, key_file)
-            cmd = "openssl s_server -accept %d -cert %s -key %s -quiet" % args
-            self.s = subprocess.Popen(cmd.split(), stdin=subprocess.PIPE,
-                                       stdout=subprocess.PIPE,
-                                       stderr=subprocess.STDOUT)
-            time.sleep(1)
-        except:
-            self.haveServer = False
-        else:
-            # let's try if it is actually up
-            try:
-                s = socket.socket()
-                s.connect((HOST, OpenSSLServer.PORT))
-                s.close()
-                if self.s.stdout.readline() != "ERROR\n":
-                    raise ValueError
-            except:
-                self.haveServer = False
-            else:
-                self.haveServer = True
-
-    def run(self):
-        while self.keepServing:
-            time.sleep(.5)
-            l = self.s.stdout.readline()
-            self.s.stdin.write(l)
-
-    def shutdown(self):
-        self.keepServing = False
-        if not self.s:
-            return
-        if sys.platform == "win32":
-            subprocess.TerminateProcess(int(self.s._handle), -1)
-        else:
-            os.kill(self.s.pid, 15)
-
-def test_main():
-    if not hasattr(socket, "ssl"):
-        raise test_support.TestSkipped("socket module has no ssl support")
-
-    tests = [BasicTests]
-
-    if test_support.is_resource_enabled('network'):
-        tests.append(ConnectedTests)
-
-    # in these platforms we can kill the openssl process
-    if sys.platform in ("sunos5", "darwin", "linux1",
-                        "linux2", "win32", "hp-ux11"):
-
-        server = OpenSSLServer()
-        if server.haveServer:
-            tests.append(OpenSSLTests)
-            server.start()
-    else:
-        server = None
-
-    thread_info = test_support.threading_setup()
-
-    try:
-        test_support.run_unittest(*tests)
-    finally:
-        if server is not None and server.haveServer:
-            server.shutdown()
-
-    test_support.threading_cleanup(*thread_info)
-
-if __name__ == "__main__":
-    test_main()