1. Mikhail Korobov
  2. django-coverage


django-coverage / utils / coverage_report / html_module_detail.py

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import cgi, os

from data_storage import ModuleVars
from templates import default_module_detail as module_detail

def html_module_detail(filename, module_name, nav=None):
    Creates a module detail report based on coverage testing at the specified
    filename. If ``nav`` is specified, the nav template will be used as well.

    It uses `templates.default_module_detail` to create the page. The template
    contains the following sections which need to be rendered and assembled into
    the final HTML.

    TOP: Contains the HTML declaration and head information, as well as the
         inline stylesheet. It requires the following variable:
         * %(title)s The module name is probably fitting for this.

    CONTENT_HEADER: The header portion of the body. Requires the following variable:
                    * %(title)s
                    * %(source_file)s File path to the module
                    * %(total_count)d
                    * %(executed_count)d
                    * %(excluded_count)d
                    * %(ignored_count)d
                    * %(percent_covered)0.1f
                    * %(test_timestamp)s

    CONTENT_BODY: Annotated module source code listing. Requires the following variable:
                  * ``%(source_lines)s`` The actual source listing which is generated by
                    looping through each line and concatenanting together rendered
                    ``SOURCE_LINE`` template (see below).

    BOTTOM: Just a closing ``</body></html>``

    SOURCE_LINE: Used to assemble the content of ``%(source_lines)s`` for ``CONTENT_BODY``.
                 Requires the following variables:
                 * ``%(line_status)s`` (ignored, executed, missed, excluded) used as CSS class
                   identifier to style the each source line.
                 * ``%(source_line)s``
    if not nav:
        nav = {}
    m_vars = ModuleVars(module_name)

    m_vars.source_lines = source_lines = list()
    i = 0
    for i, source_line in enumerate(
        [cgi.escape(l.rstrip()) for l in file(m_vars.source_file, 'rb').readlines()]):
        line_status = 'ignored'
        if i+1 in m_vars.executed: line_status = 'executed'
        if i+1 in m_vars.excluded: line_status = 'excluded'
        if i+1 in m_vars.missed: line_status = 'missed'
        source_lines.append(module_detail.SOURCE_LINE %vars())
    m_vars.ignored_count = i+1 - m_vars.total_count
    m_vars.source_lines = os.linesep.join(source_lines)

    if 'prev_link' in nav and 'next_link' in nav:
        nav_html = module_detail.NAV %nav
    elif 'prev_link' in nav:
        nav_html = module_detail.NAV_NO_NEXT %nav
    elif 'next_link' in nav:
        nav_html = module_detail.NAV_NO_PREV %nav
    fo = file(filename, 'wb+')
    print >>fo, module_detail.TOP %m_vars.__dict__
    if nav:
        print >>fo, nav_html
    print >>fo, module_detail.CONTENT_HEADER %m_vars.__dict__
    print >>fo, module_detail.CONTENT_BODY %m_vars.__dict__
    if nav:
        print >>fo, nav_html
    print >>fo, module_detail.BOTTOM