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'''
   Test cases for pyclbr.py
   Nick Mathewson
'''
from test.test_support import run_unittest, import_module
import sys
from types import ClassType, FunctionType, MethodType, BuiltinFunctionType
import pyclbr
from unittest import TestCase

StaticMethodType = type(staticmethod(lambda: None))
ClassMethodType = type(classmethod(lambda c: None))

# Silence Py3k warning
import_module('commands', deprecated=True)

# This next line triggers an error on old versions of pyclbr.
from commands import getstatus

# Here we test the python class browser code.
#
# The main function in this suite, 'testModule', compares the output
# of pyclbr with the introspected members of a module.  Because pyclbr
# is imperfect (as designed), testModule is called with a set of
# members to ignore.

class PyclbrTest(TestCase):

    def assertListEq(self, l1, l2, ignore):
        ''' succeed iff {l1} - {ignore} == {l2} - {ignore} '''
        missing = (set(l1) ^ set(l2)) - set(ignore)
        if missing:
            print >>sys.stderr, "l1=%r\nl2=%r\nignore=%r" % (l1, l2, ignore)
            self.fail("%r missing" % missing.pop())

    def assertHasattr(self, obj, attr, ignore):
        ''' succeed iff hasattr(obj,attr) or attr in ignore. '''
        if attr in ignore: return
        if not hasattr(obj, attr): print "???", attr
        self.assertTrue(hasattr(obj, attr),
                        'expected hasattr(%r, %r)' % (obj, attr))


    def assertHaskey(self, obj, key, ignore):
        ''' succeed iff key in obj or key in ignore. '''
        if key in ignore: return
        if key not in obj:
            print >>sys.stderr, "***", key
        self.assertIn(key, obj)

    def assertEqualsOrIgnored(self, a, b, ignore):
        ''' succeed iff a == b or a in ignore or b in ignore '''
        if a not in ignore and b not in ignore:
            self.assertEqual(a, b)

    def checkModule(self, moduleName, module=None, ignore=()):
        ''' succeed iff pyclbr.readmodule_ex(modulename) corresponds
            to the actual module object, module.  Any identifiers in
            ignore are ignored.   If no module is provided, the appropriate
            module is loaded with __import__.'''

        if module is None:
            # Import it.
            # ('<silly>' is to work around an API silliness in __import__)
            module = __import__(moduleName, globals(), {}, ['<silly>'])

        dict = pyclbr.readmodule_ex(moduleName)

        def ismethod(oclass, obj, name):
            classdict = oclass.__dict__
            if isinstance(obj, FunctionType):
                if not isinstance(classdict[name], StaticMethodType):
                    return False
            else:
                if not  isinstance(obj, MethodType):
                    return False
                if obj.im_self is not None:
                    if (not isinstance(classdict[name], ClassMethodType) or
                        obj.im_self is not oclass):
                        return False
                else:
                    if not isinstance(classdict[name], FunctionType):
                        return False

            objname = obj.__name__
            if objname.startswith("__") and not objname.endswith("__"):
                objname = "_%s%s" % (obj.im_class.__name__, objname)
            return objname == name

        # Make sure the toplevel functions and classes are the same.
        for name, value in dict.items():
            if name in ignore:
                continue
            self.assertHasattr(module, name, ignore)
            py_item = getattr(module, name)
            if isinstance(value, pyclbr.Function):
                self.assertIsInstance(py_item, (FunctionType, BuiltinFunctionType))
                if py_item.__module__ != moduleName:
                    continue   # skip functions that came from somewhere else
                self.assertEqual(py_item.__module__, value.module)
            else:
                self.assertIsInstance(py_item, (ClassType, type))
                if py_item.__module__ != moduleName:
                    continue   # skip classes that came from somewhere else

                real_bases = [base.__name__ for base in py_item.__bases__]
                pyclbr_bases = [ getattr(base, 'name', base)
                                 for base in value.super ]

                try:
                    self.assertListEq(real_bases, pyclbr_bases, ignore)
                except:
                    print >>sys.stderr, "class=%s" % py_item
                    raise

                actualMethods = []
                for m in py_item.__dict__.keys():
                    if ismethod(py_item, getattr(py_item, m), m):
                        actualMethods.append(m)
                foundMethods = []
                for m in value.methods.keys():
                    if m[:2] == '__' and m[-2:] != '__':
                        foundMethods.append('_'+name+m)
                    else:
                        foundMethods.append(m)

                try:
                    self.assertListEq(foundMethods, actualMethods, ignore)
                    self.assertEqual(py_item.__module__, value.module)

                    self.assertEqualsOrIgnored(py_item.__name__, value.name,
                                               ignore)
                    # can't check file or lineno
                except:
                    print >>sys.stderr, "class=%s" % py_item
                    raise

        # Now check for missing stuff.
        def defined_in(item, module):
            if isinstance(item, ClassType):
                return item.__module__ == module.__name__
            if isinstance(item, FunctionType):
                return item.func_globals is module.__dict__
            return False
        for name in dir(module):
            item = getattr(module, name)
            if isinstance(item,  (ClassType, FunctionType)):
                if defined_in(item, module):
                    self.assertHaskey(dict, name, ignore)

    def test_easy(self):
        self.checkModule('pyclbr')
        self.checkModule('doctest', ignore=("DocTestCase",))
        # Silence Py3k warning
        rfc822 = import_module('rfc822', deprecated=True)
        self.checkModule('rfc822', rfc822)
        self.checkModule('difflib')

    def test_decorators(self):
        # XXX: See comment in pyclbr_input.py for a test that would fail
        #      if it were not commented out.
        #
        self.checkModule('test.pyclbr_input')

    def test_others(self):
        cm = self.checkModule

        # These were once about the 10 longest modules
        cm('random', ignore=('Random',))  # from _random import Random as CoreGenerator
        cm('cgi', ignore=('log',))      # set with = in module
        cm('urllib', ignore=('_CFNumberToInt32',
                             '_CStringFromCFString',
                             '_CFSetup',
                             'getproxies_registry',
                             'proxy_bypass_registry',
                             'proxy_bypass_macosx_sysconf',
                             'open_https',
                             'getproxies_macosx_sysconf',
                             'getproxies_internetconfig',)) # not on all platforms
        cm('pickle')
        cm('aifc', ignore=('openfp',))  # set with = in module
        cm('Cookie')
        cm('sre_parse', ignore=('dump',)) # from sre_constants import *
        cm('pdb')
        cm('pydoc')

        # Tests for modules inside packages
        cm('email.parser')
        cm('test.test_pyclbr')


def test_main():
    run_unittest(PyclbrTest)


if __name__ == "__main__":
    test_main()