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Ned Batchelder 9c447e8 
Ned Batchelder 1f52409 

Ned Batchelder 9c447e8 
Ned Batchelder 1f52409 

"""Run tests in the farm subdirectory.  Designed for nose."""

import difflib, filecmp, fnmatch, glob, os, re, shutil, sys
from nose.plugins.skip import SkipTest

from tests.backtest import run_command, execfile      # pylint: disable=W0622

from coverage.control import _TEST_NAME_FILE

def test_farm(clean_only=False):
    """A test-generating function for nose to find and run."""
    for fname in glob.glob("tests/farm/*/*.py"):
        case = FarmTestCase(fname, clean_only)
        yield (case,)

class FarmTestCase(object):
    """A test case from the farm tree.

    Tests are short Python script files, often called

        copy("src", "out")
            coverage -x
            coverage -a
            ''', rundir="out")
        compare("out", "gold", "*,cover")

    Verbs (copy, run, compare, clean) are methods in this class.  FarmTestCase
    has options to allow various uses of the test cases (normal execution,
    cleaning-only, or run and leave the results for debugging).

    def __init__(self, runpy, clean_only=False, dont_clean=False):
        """Create a test case from a file.

        `clean_only` means that only the clean() action is executed.
        `dont_clean` means that the clean() action is not executed.

        self.description = runpy
        self.dir, self.runpy = os.path.split(runpy)
        self.clean_only = clean_only
        self.dont_clean = dont_clean

    def cd(self, newdir):
        """Change the current directory, and return the old one."""
        cwd = os.getcwd()
        return cwd

    def addtopath(self, directory):
        """Add `directory` to the path, and return the old path."""
        oldpath = sys.path[:]
        if directory is not None:
            sys.path.insert(0, directory)
        return oldpath

    def restorepath(self, path):
        """Restore the system path to `path`."""
        sys.path = path

    def __call__(self):
        """Execute the test from the file.

        if _TEST_NAME_FILE:
            f = open(_TEST_NAME_FILE, "w")
            f.write(self.description.replace("/", "_"))

        cwd =

        # Prepare a dictionary of globals for the files to use.
        fns = """
            copy run runfunc compare contains doesnt_contain clean skip
        if self.clean_only:
            glo = dict([(fn, self.noop) for fn in fns])
            glo['clean'] = self.clean
            glo = dict([(fn, getattr(self, fn)) for fn in fns])
            if self.dont_clean:                 # pragma: not covered
                glo['clean'] = self.noop

        old_mods = dict(sys.modules)
            execfile(self.runpy, glo)
            # Remove any new modules imported during the test run. This lets us
            # import the same source files for more than one test.
            to_del = [m for m in sys.modules if m not in old_mods]
            for m in to_del:
                del sys.modules[m]

    def run_fully(self):        # pragma: not covered
        """Run as a full test case, with setUp and tearDown."""

    def fnmatch_list(self, files, file_pattern):
        """Filter the list of `files` to only those that match `file_pattern`.

        If `file_pattern` is None, then return the entire list of files.

        Returns a list of the filtered files.

        if file_pattern:
            files = [f for f in files if fnmatch.fnmatch(f, file_pattern)]
        return files

    def setUp(self):
        """Test set up, run by nose before __call__."""

        # Modules should be importable from the current directory.
        self.old_syspath = sys.path[:]
        sys.path.insert(0, '')

    def tearDown(self):
        """Test tear down, run by nose after __call__."""
        # Make sure no matter what, the test is cleaned up.
        if not self.dont_clean:         # pragma: part covered
            self.clean_only = True

        # Restore the original sys.path
        sys.path = self.old_syspath

    # Functions usable inside farm files

    def noop(self, *args, **kwargs):
        """A no-op function to stub out run, copy, etc, when only cleaning."""

    def copy(self, src, dst):
        """Copy a directory."""

        if os.path.exists(dst):
        shutil.copytree(src, dst)

    def run(self, cmds, rundir="src", outfile=None):
        """Run a list of commands.

        `cmds` is a string, commands separated by newlines.
        `rundir` is the directory in which to run the commands.
        `outfile` is a filename to redirect stdout to.

        cwd =
        if outfile:
            fout = open(outfile, "a+")
            for cmd in cmds.split("\n"):
                cmd = cmd.strip()
                if not cmd:
                retcode, output = run_command(cmd)
                if outfile:
                if retcode:
                    raise Exception("command exited abnormally")
            if outfile:

    def runfunc(self, fn, rundir="src", addtopath=None):
        """Run a function.

        `fn` is a callable.
        `rundir` is the directory in which to run the function.


        cwd =
        oldpath = self.addtopath(addtopath)

    def compare(self, dir1, dir2, file_pattern=None, size_within=0,
            left_extra=False, right_extra=False, scrubs=None
        """Compare files matching `file_pattern` in `dir1` and `dir2`.

        `dir2` is interpreted as a prefix, with Python version numbers appended
        to find the actual directory to compare with. "foo" will compare against
        "foo_v241", "foo_v24", "foo_v2", or "foo", depending on which directory
        is found first.

        `size_within` is a percentage delta for the file sizes.  If non-zero,
        then the file contents are not compared (since they are expected to
        often be different), but the file sizes must be within this amount.
        For example, size_within=10 means that the two files' sizes must be
        within 10 percent of each other to compare equal.

        `left_extra` true means the left directory can have extra files in it
        without triggering an assertion.  `right_extra` means the right
        directory can.

        `scrubs` is a list of pairs, regex find and replace patterns to use to
        scrub the files of unimportant differences.

        An assertion will be raised if the directories fail one of their

        # Search for a dir2 with a version suffix.
        version_suff = ''.join(map(str, sys.version_info[:3]))
        while version_suff:
            trydir = dir2 + '_v' + version_suff
            if os.path.exists(trydir):
                dir2 = trydir
            version_suff = version_suff[:-1]

        assert os.path.exists(dir1), "Left directory missing: %s" % dir1
        assert os.path.exists(dir2), "Right directory missing: %s" % dir2

        dc = filecmp.dircmp(dir1, dir2)
        diff_files = self.fnmatch_list(dc.diff_files, file_pattern)
        left_only = self.fnmatch_list(dc.left_only, file_pattern)
        right_only = self.fnmatch_list(dc.right_only, file_pattern)

        if size_within:
            # The files were already compared, use the diff_files list as a
            # guide for size comparison.
            wrong_size = []
            for f in diff_files:
                left = open(os.path.join(dir1, f), "rb").read()
                right = open(os.path.join(dir2, f), "rb").read()
                size_l, size_r = len(left), len(right)
                big, little = max(size_l, size_r), min(size_l, size_r)
                if (big - little) / float(little) > size_within/100.0:
                    # print "%d %d" % (big, little)
                    # print "Left: ---\n%s\n-----\n%s" % (left, right)
            assert not wrong_size, (
                "File sizes differ between %s and %s: %s" % (
                    dir1, dir2, wrong_size
            # filecmp only compares in binary mode, but we want text mode.  So
            # look through the list of different files, and compare them
            # ourselves.
            text_diff = []
            for f in diff_files:
                left = open(os.path.join(dir1, f), "rU").readlines()
                right = open(os.path.join(dir2, f), "rU").readlines()
                if scrubs:
                    left = self._scrub(left, scrubs)
                    right = self._scrub(right, scrubs)
                if left != right:
                    print("".join(list(difflib.Differ().compare(left, right))))
            assert not text_diff, "Files differ: %s" % text_diff

        if not left_extra:
            assert not left_only, "Files in %s only: %s" % (dir1, left_only)
        if not right_extra:
            assert not right_only, "Files in %s only: %s" % (dir2, right_only)

    def _scrub(self, strlist, scrubs):
        """Scrub uninteresting data from the strings in `strlist`.

        `scrubs is a list of (find, replace) pairs of regexes that are used on
        each string in `strlist`.  A list of scrubbed strings is returned.

        scrubbed = []
        for s in strlist:
            for rgx_find, rgx_replace in scrubs:
                s = re.sub(rgx_find, rgx_replace, s)
        return scrubbed

    def contains(self, filename, *strlist):
        """Check that the file contains all of a list of strings.

        An assert will be raised if one of the arguments in `strlist` is
        missing in `filename`.

        text = open(filename, "r").read()
        for s in strlist:
            assert s in text, "Missing content in %s: %r" % (filename, s)

    def doesnt_contain(self, filename, *strlist):
        """Check that the file contains none of a list of strings.

        An assert will be raised if any of the strings in strlist appears in

        text = open(filename, "r").read()
        for s in strlist:
            assert s not in text, "Forbidden content in %s: %r" % (filename, s)

    def clean(self, cleandir):
        """Clean `cleandir` by removing it and all its children completely."""
        # rmtree gives mysterious failures on Win7, so retry a "few" times.
        # I've seen it take over 100 tries, so, 1000!  This is probably the
        # most unpleasant hack I've written in a long time...
        tries = 1000
        while tries:                    # pragma: part covered
            if os.path.exists(cleandir):
                except OSError:         # pragma: not covered
                    if tries == 1:
                        tries -= 1

    def skip(self, msg=None):
        """Skip the current test."""
        raise SkipTest(msg)

def main():     # pragma: not covered
    """Command-line access to test_farm.


    run testcase    - Run a single test case.
    out testcase    - Run a test case, but don't clean up, to see the output.
    clean           - Clean all the output for all tests.

    op = 'help'
        op = sys.argv[1]
    except IndexError:

    if op == 'run':
        # Run the test for real.
        case = FarmTestCase(sys.argv[2])
    elif op == 'out':
        # Run the test, but don't clean up, so we can examine the output.
        case = FarmTestCase(sys.argv[2], dont_clean=True)
    elif op == 'clean':
        # Run all the tests, but just clean.
        for test in test_farm(clean_only=True):

# So that we can run just one farm at a time.
if __name__ == '__main__':
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