1. Ronald Oussoren
  2. pyobjc


pyobjc / pyobjc-core / PyObjCTest / test_ctests.py

This is the runner for the tests defined in Modules/objc/unittest.m. Those tests
check a number lowlevel features of the bridge.

This file provides a nice unittest wrapper around the functions in that file,
the code in this file defines a class CTests that has the functions in the
unitest.m file as its methods.
import sys, platform
from PyObjCTools.TestSupport import *
from  PyObjCTest import ctests

names = [ x for x in dir (ctests) if not x.startswith('_') ]
methods = {}

def do_exec(value, locals, globals):

    exec(value, locals, globals)

def make_test(name):
    Create a method for use in a unittest, the exec is needed to get the
    proper function name
    result = { 'meth': getattr(ctests, name) }

    if sys.platform == 'darwin' and name == 'CheckNSInvoke' and platform.machine() == 'Power Macintosh' and map(int, platform.mac_ver()[0].split('.')) < [10, 6]:
        # There is a bug in Apple's implementation of NSInvocation
        # surpress the test failure until Apple fixes the class.
        # Don't change the C-code, the same function is used to disable
        # parts of the unittests that trigger the bug.
        def test_CheckNSInvoke(self):
            except AssertionError:

            self.fail("NSInvocation works!")

        return test_CheckNSInvoke

def test_%s(self):
"""%(name,), result, result)

    return result['test_%s'%(name,)]

for n in names:
    methods['test_%s'%(n,)] = make_test(n)

CTests = type(TestCase)('CTests', (TestCase,), methods)

if __name__ == "__main__":