sphinx / tests / test_only_directive.py

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

    Test the only directive with the test root.

    :copyright: Copyright 2010 by the Sphinx team, see AUTHORS.
    :license: BSD, see LICENSE for details.

import re

from docutils import nodes

from util import *

def teardown_module():
    (test_root / '_build').rmtree(True)

def test_sectioning(app):

    def getsects(section):
        if not isinstance(section, nodes.section):
            return [getsects(n) for n in section.children]
        title = section.next_node(nodes.title).astext().strip()
        subsects = []
        children = section.children[:]
        while children:
            node = children.pop(0)
            if isinstance(node, nodes.section):
            children = list(node.children) + children
        return [title, [getsects(subsect) for subsect in subsects]]

    def testsects(prefix, sects, indent=0):
        title = sects[0]
        parent_num = title.split()[0]
        assert prefix == parent_num, \
            'Section out of place: %r' % title
        for i, subsect in enumerate(sects[1]):
            num = subsect[0].split()[0]
            assert re.match('[0-9]+[.0-9]*[.]', num), \
                'Unnumbered section: %r' % subsect[0]
            testsects(prefix + str(i+1) + '.', subsect, indent+4)

    doctree = app.env.get_doctree('only')
    app.env.process_only_nodes(doctree, app.builder)

    parts = [getsects(n)
             for n in filter(lambda n: isinstance(n, nodes.section),
    for i, s in enumerate(parts):
        testsects(str(i+1) + '.', s, 4)
    assert len(parts) == 4, 'Expected 4 document level headings, got:\n%s' % \
        '\n'.join([p[0] for p in parts])
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