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mino-pypy / pypy / module / array / test / test_array_old.py

# minimal tests.  See also lib-python/modified-2.4.1/test/test_array.

import py
from py.test import raises
import struct


class BaseArrayTests:
    # XXX very incomplete

    native_sizes = {'l': struct.calcsize('l')}

    def test_attributes(self):
        a = self.array.array('c')
        assert a.typecode == 'c'
        assert a.itemsize == 1
        a = self.array.array('l')
        assert a.typecode == 'l'
        assert a.itemsize == self.native_sizes['l']

    def test_imul(self):
        a = self.array.array('i', [12, 34])
        a *= 3
        assert a.tolist() == [12, 34] * 3

    def test_unicode(self):
        a = self.array.array('u')
        a.fromunicode(unichr(9999))
        assert len(a) == 1
        assert a.tolist() == [unichr(9999)]

    def test_pickle(self):
        import sys
        if sys.version_info < (2, 5):
            py.test.skip("array.array not picklable before python 2.5")
        import pickle

        for content in [[56, -12, 34], []]:
            a = self.array.array('i', content)
            a2 = pickle.loads(pickle.dumps(a))
            assert type(a2) is self.array.array
            assert list(a2) == content

    def test_init_vs_new(self):
        import sys
        if sys.version_info < (2, 5):
            py.test.skip("array.array constructor changed in 2.5")
        class A(self.array.array):
            def __init__(self, *args, **kwds):
                self.args = args
                self.kwds = kwds

        a = A('c', foo='bar')
        assert a.args == ('c',)
        assert a.kwds == {'foo': 'bar'}
        a = A('i', range(10), some=42)
        assert a.args == ('i', range(10))
        assert a.kwds == {'some': 42}
        raises(TypeError, A)
        raises(TypeError, A, 42)
        raises(TypeError, A, 'i', [], [])
        raises(TypeError, self.array.array, 'i', [], foo='bar')


class TestCPythonsOwnArray(BaseArrayTests):

    def setup_class(cls):
        import array
        cls.array = array


## class TestArrayOnTopOfCPython(BaseArrayTests):

##     def setup_class(cls):
##         from pypy.tool.lib_pypy import LIB_PYPY
##         if not hasattr(struct, 'pack_into'):
##             py.test.skip("requires CPython >= 2.5")
##         import new
##         path = LIB_PYPY.join('array.py')
##         myarraymodule = new.module('array')
##         execfile(str(path), myarraymodule.__dict__)
##         cls.array = myarraymodule

##     def test_unicode(self):
##         py.test.skip("no 'u' type code in CPython's struct module")

##     def test_pickle(self):
##         py.test.skip("pickle getting confused by the hack in setup_class()")


class AppTestArray(BaseArrayTests):
    spaceconfig = {'usemodules': ['struct', 'array', 'binascii']}

    def setup_class(cls):
        """Import the array module and make it available as self.array."""
        cls.w_array = cls.space.getbuiltinmodule('array')
        cls.w_native_sizes = cls.space.wrap(cls.native_sizes)


## class AppTestArrayWithRawFFI(AppTestArray):
##     """
##     The same as the base class, but with a space that also includes the
##     _rawffi module.  The array module internally uses it in this case.
##     """
##     spaceconfig = dict(usemodules=['struct', '_rawffi'])

##     def test_buffer_info(self):
##         a = self.array.array('l', [123, 456])
##         assert a.itemsize == self.native_sizes['l']
##         address, length = a.buffer_info()
##         assert length == 2      # and not 2 * self.native_sizes['l']
##         assert address != 0
##         # should check the address via some unsafe peeking, but it's
##         # not easy on top of py.py
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