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Tomas Zulberti  committed 5d8819a

Refactored the static class parser, and updated it's tests.
Added utils class over the mock.Mock class

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File pywebuml/parsers/static_typed/class_parser.py

 # -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
 
 '''
+Has the basic class parser from where the others parsers should extend.
+
+This will be used by the file parser.
+
 Created on 12/03/2011
 
 @author: tzulberti
 class AbstractStaticTypedClassParser(object):
     ''' Given a content it parses it content and returns the class
     representation.
-
-    It has the following abstract methods:
-
-    - get_attribute_parser: returns the parser that will be used when
-      an attribute is found
-
-    - get_method_parser: returns the method parser that will be used
-      when a method is found.
-
-    - get_class_definition_data: returns the data taken from the class
-      signature. For example, the list of implemented classes, and interfaces.
-
-    - is_other_type: identifies if the class is an special class of the
-      language. For example, for C#, it can be an inner class.
-
-    - get_other_type: gets the class based in the other types data.
-
-    - get_programming_language: get the current language of the parser.
-
-    - get_package_manager: get the instance of
-      `pywebuml.static_typed.package_manager:PackageManager` that will be
-      used to get the package of the referenced class and the one of the
-      attrbitues. This instance will only be created once.
     '''
 
-    def __init__(self, content):
+    def __init__(self, programing_language, package_manager,
+                 types_decider, attribute_parser, method_parser):
         ''' Initialize the ClassParser with the following attributes:
 
-        is_enum: bool
-            indicates if the current class is an enum.
-        is_abstract: bool
-            indicates if the current class is abstract.
-        is_interface: bool
-            inidcates if the current class is an interface.
-        language: str
-            the current programming language.
-        package_manager: `pywebuml.parsers.static_typed.package_manager:PackageManager`
-            the instance used to get the full references of the classes.
+        :param content: the file content that should be parsed.
+        :param programing_language: the programming language that should
+                                    be used to save on the database.
+        :param package_manager: the
+                                ``pywebuml.parsers.stati_typed.package_manager.AbstractPackageManager``
+                                instance that should be used to get the package
+                                from the different attributes or referenced
+                                classes.
+        :param types_decider: the
+                              ``pywebml.parser.static_typed.types_decider.AbstractPackageManager``
+                              instance that should be used to identify the line.
 
-        The attributes `is_enum`, `is_abstract`, and `is_interface` will be
-        overriden for each parsed class. The rest of them arent.
+        :param attribute_parser: the
+                                 ``pywebuml.parser.static_typed.attribute_parser.AbstractStaticTypedAttributeParser``
+                                 instance that will parse the attributes found
+                                 on the class definition.
+        :param method_parser: the
+                              ``pywebuml.parser.static_typed.method_parser.AbstractStaticTypedMethodParser``
+                              instance that will parse the methods founds on the
+                              class definition.
         '''
         self.is_enum = False
         self.is_abstract = False
         self.is_interface = False
-        self.language = self.get_programming_language()
-        self.package_manager = self.get_package_manager(content)
-        self.types_decider = self.get_types_decider()
-
-
-    def get_package_manager(self, content):
-        ''' Returns the instance of the package manager that will
-        be used to get the refernced package of the parsing class,
-        and the one of the attributes.
-
-        :parameters:
-            content: list(str)
-                the content of the file once that it has been cleaned
-                and removed the language specific things.
-
-        :returns:
-            the instance of the manager that will be used to get
-            the data.
-        '''
-        raise NotImplementedError('get_package_manager')
-
-
-    def get_programming_language(self):
-        ''' Returns the language for the working parser.
-
-        :returns:
-            the name of the programming language that the parser
-            parse. For example, C#, Java, etc...
-        '''
-        raise NotImplementedError('get_programming_language')
-
-
-    def get_types_decider(self):
-        ''' Return the object that will identify if a line is a
-        class, method or attribute definition.
-
-        :return: an ``BaseStaticTypeDecider`` used to check if a line
-                 is a method, attribute or class.
-        '''
-        raise NotImplementedError('get_types_decider')
+        self.language = programing_language
+        self.package_manager = package_manager
+        self.types_decider = types_decider
+        self.attribute_parser = attribute_parser
+        self.method_parser = method_parser
 
 
     def parse(self, filepath, content, index, owner = None):
         inner class. If there is more than one class definition in the file,
         then this method should be used more than once.
 
-        :parameters:
-            filepath: str
-                the folder and name of the file. For example:
-                    ./examples/mycode.cs
-            content: list(str)
-                the content of the file.
-            owner: pywebuml.model.Class
-                the owner of this class. This will only be used if the class
-                as inner.
 
-        :return:
-            a tuple with the index and the list of class representation. I
+        :param filepath: the path of the current file that is being parsed.
+                         For example: "./examples/mycode.cs".
+        :param content: the already cleaned and pretify content of the file.
+                        It is a list(str) for each line of the file.
+        :param index: the current line of the content that will be parsed.
+        :param owner: if not None, then it is the outer class. This is used
+                      only if the the current content that should be parsed
+                      is an inner class.
+
+        :return: a tuple with the index and the list of class representation.
         '''
         res = []
         started_definition = index
-        if not owner:
-            base_class_package = self.package_manager.get_class_package(index)
-        else:
-            base_class_package = owner.package
 
         index, current_class = self.parse_class_signature(filepath, content,
-                                             index, base_class_package, owner)
+                                                index, owner)
         res.append(current_class)
         position = index - 1
 
                 index += 1
                 break
             if self.types_decider.is_class_definition(content, index):
-                index, inner_res = self.parse(filepath, content, index, current_class)
+                index, inner_res = self.parse(filepath, content, index,
+                                              current_class)
                 res.extend(inner_res)
 
-            elif self.types_decider.is_method(current_line, current_class, content, index):
+            elif self.types_decider.is_method(current_line, current_class,
+                                              content, index):
                 index = self.parse_method(content, index, current_class)
             else:
                 index = self.parse_attribute(content, index, current_class)
     def parse_attribute(self, content, index, current_class):
         ''' Parse the atttibute.
 
-        :parameters:
-            content: list(str)
-                the content of the file.
-            index: int
-                the current line of the content
-            current_class: pywebuml.models.Class
-                where the attribute belongs.
+        :param content: the cleaned and pretify of the file.
+        :param index: the current index of the line that will be parsed.
+        :param current_class: the ``pywebuml.models.Class`` instance
+                              on which the attribute belongs.
 
-        :returns:
-            the index where the attribute definition ends.
+        :return: the index where the attribute definition ends.
         '''
-        index, attr = self.get_attribute_parser().parse(current_class,
+        index, attr = self.attribute_parser.parse(current_class,
                                 content, index, self.package_manager)
         return index
 
 
-    def get_attribute_parser(self):
-        ''' Returns the attribute parses.
-
-        :returns:
-            an instance of `pywebuml.parsers.AttributeParser` that will be used
-            to parse the found attribute.
-        '''
-        raise NotImplementedError('get_attribute_parser')
-
-
     def parse_method(self, content, index, current_class):
         ''' The same as parse_attribute but this time with a method.
         '''
-        index, method = self.get_method_parser().parse(current_class, content, index)
+        index, method = self.method_parser.parse(current_class, content, index)
         return index
 
 
-    def get_method_parser(self):
-        ''' Returns the method parser.
-
-        :returns:
-            an instance of `pywebuml.parsers.MethodParser` that will be used
-            to parse the method definition.
-        '''
-        raise NotImplementedError('get_method_parser')
-
-
-
-    def parse_class_signature(self, filepath, content, index,
-                                    base_class_package, owner = None):
+    def parse_class_signature(self, filepath, content, index, owner = None):
         ''' Returns the `pywebuml.models.Class`  object without any attribute
         or method, but with its implementations and extensions.
 
-        :parameters:
-            content: list(str)
-                the content of the file
-            index: int
-                from which position of the content start getting the info.
-            base_class_package: str
-                the base class package that will be used with the class name
-                to get the complete package of the class.
-            owner: `pywebuml.models.Class`
-                if the class is an inner class, then this is the
-                parent class.
 
-        :returns:
-            a ``pywebuml.models.Class`` taking into account the
-            content of the file.
+        :param filepath: the path of the file that is being parsed.
+        :param content: the cleaned and parsed content of the file.
+        :param index: the current line that should be used to get the class
+                      information.
+        :param owner: if not None, the outerclass.
+
+        :return: a ``pywebuml.models.Class`` taking into account the
+                 content of the file.
         '''
-        current_line = content[index]
+        class_definition, index = self.get_class_definition(content, index)
+        already_exists = self.already_exists(class_definition)
 
-        self.is_interface = has_any_keyword(current_line, ['interface'])
-        self.is_abstract = has_any_keyword(current_line, ['abstract'])
-        self.is_enum = has_any_keyword(current_line, ['enum'])
-        is_other_type = self.is_other_type(current_line)
+        self.is_interface = has_any_keyword(class_definition, ['interface'])
+        self.is_abstract = has_any_keyword(class_definition, ['abstract'])
+        self.is_enum = has_any_keyword(class_definition, ['enum'])
 
-        class_data = remove_keywords(current_line, CLASS_KEYWORDS)
-        class_data = remove_keywords(class_data, MODIFIERS)
+        class_defintion = remove_keywords(class_definition, CLASS_KEYWORDS)
+        class_definition = remove_keywords(class_definition, MODIFIERS)
 
 
-        visibility = get_visibility(class_data)
-        class_data = remove_keywords(class_data, [visibility])
-
-
-        # if the class definition doesn't end in that line then
-        # it might have some other base_classes in the following lines
-        # for example:
-        #   public class Foo : A, B, C
-        #                      D, E, F
-        #                      G {
-        finish = False
-        current_line = class_data
-        class_definition = ''
-        current_position = index
-
-        while True:
-            current_position += 1
-            class_definition += current_line
-
-            # found the end of the class definition
-            if current_line == '{':
-                break
-
-            if current_position == len(content):
-                raise MissingOpeningClassDefinition()
-
-            current_line = content[current_position].strip()
-
-
-
-        # removes that it at the right of the  { becuase
-        # that belongs to the class implementation
-        class_definition = class_definition[:class_definition.index('{')]
+        visibility = get_visibility(class_definition)
+        class_definition = remove_keywords(class_definition, [visibility])
 
         class_name, base_classes, implemented_interfaces = \
                     self.get_class_definition_data(class_definition, content)
 
-        index = current_position
+        if not owner:
+            base_class_package = self.package_manager.get_class_package(index)
+        else:
+            base_class_package = owner.package
+
         LOGGER.debug("Found class: %s", class_name)
         package = '%s.%s' % (base_class_package, class_name)
 
-        # TODO ver como manejar el tema de partial
-        if is_other_type:
-            klass = self.get_other_type_class_model(package, class_name,
-                                    filepath, self.language,
-                                    owner)
+        if already_exists:
+            klass = self.get_existing_type_class_model(package, class_name,
+                                                       filepath, self.language,
+                                                       owner)
         else:
             klass = self.get_class_model(package, class_name,
-                              filepath, self.language, owner)
+                                         filepath, self.language, owner)
 
         for base_package in base_classes:
             ClassInheritence(klass, base_package)
         for interface_package in implemented_interfaces:
             ClassImplements(klass, interface_package)
 
-        return (index, klass)
+        # add +1 to the index because the class definition ended on the "{". so
+        # moving to the next line.
+        return (index + 1, klass)
 
 
-    def is_other_type(self, current_line):
-        ''' Identifies if the class definition is a type specific for
-        the programming language.
+    def get_class_definition(self, content, index):
+        ''' Gets the complete class signature
 
-        :parameters:
-            current_line: str
-                the definition of the class.
+        >>> get_class_defintion(['public class Foo', '{', '}'], 0)
+        ('public class Foo', 1)
+        >>> get_class_definition(['public class Foo','extends Bar', '{', '}'], 0)
+        ('public class Foo extends Bar', 2)
 
-        :returns:
-            False (default) is the class is an interface, enum, etc.. or
-            True if it is specific for the programming language.
+        :param content: the cleaned and pretify content of the file.
+        :param index: where the starting class definition was found.
+
+        :return: a tuple (str, int) where the first value is the class signature
+                 with all it's information, and the second one is the index
+                 where to the next line where the class signature was found.
+        '''
+        class_signature = content[index]
+        while True:
+            index += 1
+            current_line = content[index]
+
+            # found the end of the class definition
+            if current_line == '{':
+                break
+
+            # TODO raise an exception
+            #if current_position == len(content):
+            #    raise MissingOpeningClassDefinition()
+
+            class_signature += ' ' +  current_line
+
+        return (class_signature, index)
+
+
+
+    def already_exists(self, class_definition):
+        ''' Checks if the class definition already exists on the database,
+        so the data should be searched.
+
+        :param class_definition: the class definition string.
+
+        :return: False (default) if a new instance of `pywebuml.models.Class`
+                 should be created. If True, then the instance should be
+                 searched on the database.
         '''
         return False
 
         will be [`org.pywebuml.Bar`], and implemented_interfaces
         will be [`org.pywebuml.IFoo`].
 
-        :returns:
-            a tuple(str, list(str), list(str)) where the first
-            value is the name of the class, the second one, is the
-            package of the base classes, and the last one is the package
-            of the interfaces that the class implements.
+
+        :param class_definition: the whole class definition, with the extended
+                                 classes, and the implemented interfaces.
+        :param content: the cleaned and pretity file content.
+
+        :return: a tuple(str, list(str), list(str)) where the first
+                value is the name of the class, the second one, is the
+                package of the base classes, and the last one is the package
+                of the interfaces that the class implements.
         '''
         raise NotImplementedError('get_class_definition_data')
 
 
-    def get_other_type_class_model(self, package, class_name,
-                             filepath, language, owner):
+    def get_existing_class_model(self, package, class_name, filepath, language,
+                                 owner = None):
         ''' Returns the model based in the current data of the language.
 
         :parameters:
         raise NotImplementedError('get_other_class_model')
 
 
-    def get_class_model(self, package, class_name,
-                           filepath, language, owner = None):
+    def get_class_model(self, package, class_name, filepath, language,
+                        owner = None):
         ''' Returns the class model base on the data, and
         taking into account the type of class it is.
 
-        :parameters:
-            package, class_name, filepath, language: str
-                the data of the class.
-            owner: `pywebuml.model.Class`
-                the class in which the current class was found.
 
-        :returns:
-            a `pywebuml.model.Class` instance based in the data, and
-            in the type of class.
+        :param package: the complete class package. This will include the class
+                        name.
+        :param class_name: the class name.
+        :param filepath: the relative path of the file that had the class
+                         definition, ie, the file that is being parsed.
+        :param language: the programing language.
+        :param owner: the outer class if there is one.
+
+        :return: a `pywebuml.model.Class` instance based in the data, and
+                 in the type of class.
         '''
         if self.is_enum:
             klass = Enum(package, class_name,

File pywebuml/tests/parsers/static_typed/test_class_parser.py

 
 from unittest2 import TestCase
 
+from pywebuml.tests.testing_mock import TestingMock as Mock
 from pywebuml.models import Class, Enum, Interface, Abstract
 from pywebuml.parsers.static_typed.class_parser import AbstractStaticTypedClassParser
 
 
 
-class PackageManagerMock(object):
 
-    def get_class_package(self, index):
-        return 'global'
 
-
-class MethodParserMock(object):
-
-    def parse(self, current_class, content, index):
-        res = index
-        while not '}' in content[res]:
-            res += 1
-        res += 1
-        return (res, [])
-
-
-class AttributeParserMock(object):
-
-    def parse(self, current_class, content, index, package_manager):
-        return (index + 1, [])
-
-
-class StaticTypedClassParerMock(AbstractStaticTypedClassParser):
-
-    def __init__(self):
-        super(StaticTypedClassParerMock, self).__init__('')
-        self.attributes_parsed = 0
-        self.methods_parsed = 0
-
-
-    def get_programming_language(self):
-        return 'MyLanguage'
-
-    def is_other_type(self, current_line):
-        return False
-
-    def get_attribute_parser(self):
-        self.attributes_parsed += 1
-        return AttributeParserMock()
-
-    def get_method_parser(self):
-        self.methods_parsed += 1
-        return MethodParserMock()
-
-    def get_class_definition_data(self, class_definition, content):
-        return class_definition.strip(), [], []
-
-    def get_package_manager(self, content):
-        return PackageManagerMock()
-
-
-class AbstractStaticTypedClassParser(TestCase):
-
-    # TODO: faltan  tests para:
-    # cuando tira excepciones...
+class TestAbstractStaticTypedClassParser(TestCase):
 
     def setUp(self):
         self.filepath = './tests/file.cs'
         self.called_partial_class_mock = 0
         self.partial_class_mock = None
-        self.parser = StaticTypedClassParerMock()
+        self.programming_language = 'MyLanguage'
+        self.package_manager = Mock()
+        self.package_manager.get_class_package = Mock(return_value='global')
+        self.types_decider = Mock()
+        self.attribute_parser = Mock()
+        self.method_parser = Mock()
+        self.parser = AbstractStaticTypedClassParser(self.programming_language,
+                                self.package_manager,
+                                self.types_decider,
+                                self.attribute_parser,
+                                self.method_parser)
 
 
-    def test_parsing_different_classes(self):
-        ''' Test parsing opening and closing { and } positions. '''
+
+    def test_getting_basic_signature(self):
+        ''' Checks getting a very basic class signature.
+        '''
         content = [
-            "public class Foo1 { };",
+            'public class Foo',
+            '{',
+            '}'
+        ]
+        class_data, index = self.parser.get_class_definition(content, 0)
+        self.assertEquals(class_data, 'public class Foo')
+        self.assertEquals(index, 1)
 
-            "public class Foo2 {",
-            "}",
 
-            "public class Foo3",
+    def test_getting_signature_more_than_one_line(self):
+        ''' Checks getting the signature that it takes more than one.
+        '''
+        content = [
+            'public class Foo',
+            'extends Bar',
+            'implements IFoo',
+            '{',
+            '}',
+        ]
+        class_data, index = self.parser.get_class_definition(content, 0)
+        self.assertEquals(class_data, 'public class Foo extends Bar implements IFoo')
+        self.assertEquals(index, 3)
+
+
+
+    def test_parsing_basic_class_signature(self):
+        ''' Checks what happens when parsing a very basic class signature.
+        '''
+        content = [
+            "public class Foo",
             "{",
             "}",
         ]
+        self.parser.get_class_definition_data = Mock(return_values = \
+                                                        [('Foo', [], [])])
+        index, klass = self.parser.parse_class_signature(self.filepath,
+                                                         content, 0)
+        self.assertEquals(index, 2)
+        self.assertEquals(klass.name, 'Foo')
+        self.assertEquals(klass.package, 'global.Foo')
+        self.assertEquals(klass.base_classes, [])
+        self.assertEquals(klass.implemented_interfaces, [])
+
+
+    def test_parsing_class_with_base_class(self):
+        ''' Checks what happens when parsing a class that extends
+        from another class.
+        '''
+        content = [
+            "public class Foo extends Bar",
+            "{",
+            "}",
+        ]
+        self.parser.get_class_definition_data = Mock(return_values = \
+                                                        [('Foo', ['Bar'], [])])
+        index, klass = self.parser.parse_class_signature(self.filepath,
+                                                         content, 0)
+        self.assertEquals(index, 2)
+        self.assertEquals(klass.name, 'Foo')
+        self.assertEquals(len(klass.base_classes), 1)
+        self.assertEquals(klass.base_classes[0].base_class_package, 'Bar')
+        self.assertEquals(klass.implemented_interfaces, [])
+
+
+    def test_parsing_class_signature_interfaces(self):
+        ''' Checks parsing a class signature that implements other classes.
+        '''
+        content = [
+            "public class Foo implements IBar",
+            "{",
+            "}",
+        ]
+        self.parser.get_class_definition_data = Mock(return_values = \
+                                                        [('Foo', [], ['IBar'])])
+        index, klass = self.parser.parse_class_signature(self.filepath,
+                                                         content, 0)
+        self.assertEquals(index, 2)
+        self.assertEquals(klass.name, 'Foo')
+        self.assertEquals(klass.base_classes, [])
+        self.assertEquals(len(klass.implemented_interfaces), 1)
+        self.assertEquals(klass.implemented_interfaces[0].interface_class_package,
+                                                                'IBar')
+
+    def test_parsing_class_signature_base_and_interfaces(self):
+        ''' Parses a class signature that has base and interfaces.
+
+        This is similar to both tests before, but in this case, it has
+        the base and interfaces together.
+        '''
+        content = [
+            "public class Foo implements IBar, IFoo extends Alpha, Beta",
+            "{",
+            "}",
+        ]
+        self.parser.get_class_definition_data = Mock(return_values = \
+                                [('Foo', ['Alpha', 'Beta'], ['IBar', 'IFoo'])])
+        index, klass = self.parser.parse_class_signature(self.filepath,
+                                                         content, 0)
+        self.assertEquals(index, 2)
+        self.assertEquals(klass.name, 'Foo')
+        self.assertEquals(len(klass.base_classes), 2)
+        self.assertEquals(klass.base_classes[0].base_class_package, 'Alpha')
+        self.assertEquals(klass.base_classes[1].base_class_package, 'Beta')
+        self.assertEquals(len(klass.implemented_interfaces), 2)
+        self.assertEquals(klass.implemented_interfaces[0].interface_class_package,
+                                                                'IBar')
+        self.assertEquals(klass.implemented_interfaces[1].interface_class_package,
+                                                                'IFoo')
+
+
+
+    def test_parsing_empty_class(self):
+        ''' Check what happens when there is a class definition
+        that is empty.
+        '''
+        content = [
+            "public class Foo",
+            "{",
+            "}",
+        ]
+        self.types_decider.is_class_definition = Mock(return_value = True)
+        self.parser.get_class_definition_data = Mock(return_values = \
+                                                        [('Foo', [], [])])
         index, klasses = self.parser.parse(self.filepath, content, 0)
-        self.assertEquals(index, 1)
-        self.assertEquals(len(klasses), 1)
-        klass = klasses[0]
-        self.assertEquals(klass.name, 'Foo1')
-
-        index, klasses = self.parser.parse(self.filepath, content, 1)
         self.assertEquals(index, 3)
         self.assertEquals(len(klasses), 1)
         klass = klasses[0]
-        self.assertEquals(klass.name, 'Foo2')
-
-        index, klasses = self.parser.parse(self.filepath, content, 3)
-        self.assertEquals(index, 6)
-        self.assertEquals(len(klasses), 1)
-        klass = klasses[0]
-        self.assertEquals(klass.name, 'Foo3')
-
-
-    def test_check_if_method_or_attribute(self):
-        ''' Test to check if a line is a method or attribute. '''
-        content = [
-            "private int i;",
-            "private int i = 3;",
-            "private Foo i = new Foo();",
-            "private Foo i;",
-            "private int bar;",
-            "private int bar {",
-            "public int bar { get { return value; }, set { _bar = value; } };",
-            "public int bar { get  { return mVar; } }",
-            "public int bar { set { _bar = value: } }",
-            "int[] bar",
-            "int[] bar = new int[2] { 1, 2}",
-            "int[] bar = new int[2] {",
-            "Foo[] bar = new Foo[1] { new Foo(1, 2) }",
-            'string foo = "this is a string..."',
-            "public Foo()",
-            "public void Foo() {",
-            "public void Foo()",
-            "public void Foo() { foo = 2};",
-            "public void Foo() { return 3 };",
-            "public void Foo(int bar)",
-            "public void Foo(int bar) {",
-            "public void Foo(int bar) { foo = 3 };",
-            "public int getValue()",
-            "public int setValue()",
-            "private Dictionary<string, T?> method1() where T : new",
-            "public String get(String name)",
-            "public String get(String name) {",
-        ]
-        current_class = Class('global.Foo', 'Foo', 'foo.cs', 'C#')
-        for index, current_line in enumerate(content):
-            is_method = index >= 14
-            self.assertEquals(self.parser.is_method(current_line, current_class, content, index),
-                                    is_method,
-                                    msg=current_line)
-
-    def test_check_if_method_or_attribute_more_than_one_line(self):
-        ''' Test to check if a more than one line is a method or attribute.
-        '''
-        content = [
-            'private int',
-                'i = 0',
-            'private int',
-                'i;',
-            'private Map<String, Foo>',
-                'i = new HashMap<String, Foo>()',
-
-            'private int',
-                'getFoo()',
-            'private int',
-                'getFoo(',
-            'private Foo',
-                '(',
-            'private void Foo(String asd,',
-                'String var, int a) {',
-
-        ]
-        current_class = Class('global.Foo', 'Foo', 'foo.cs', 'C#')
-        for index in range(0, len(content), 2):
-            current_line = content[index]
-            is_method = index > 5
-            self.assertEquals(self.parser.is_method(current_line, current_class, content, index),
-                                is_method,
-                                msg = current_line)
-
+        self.assertEquals(klass.name, 'Foo')
 
 
     def test_parse_inner_class(self):
         content = [
             "public class Foo",
             "{",
-                "private class Inner1 {}",
-                "private class Inner2 {",
-                "}",
-                "private class Inner3",
+                "private class Inner1",
                 "{",
                 "}",
 
-                "public struct Inner4",
+                "public struct Inner2",
                 "{",
                 "}",
             "}",
         ]
+
+        self.parser.get_class_definition_data = Mock(return_values = \
+                                                        [('Foo', [], []),
+                                                         ('Inner1', [], []),
+                                                         ('Inner2', [], [])])
         index, klasses = self.parser.parse(self.filepath, content, 0)
-        self.assertEquals(index, 12)
-        self.assertEquals(len(klasses), 5)
+        self.assertEquals(index, 9)
+        self.assertEquals(len(klasses), 3)
+        self.assertEquals(3, self.parser.get_class_definition_data.call_count)
         self.assertEquals(klasses[0].package, 'global.Foo')
-        self.assertEquals(len(klasses[0].inner_classes), 4)
+        self.assertEquals(len(klasses[0].inner_classes), 2)
 
         for index, klass in enumerate(klasses[1:]):
             self.assertEquals(klass.package, 'global.Foo.Inner%s' % (index +1))
         self.assertEquals(klasses[0].inner_classes, klasses[1:])
 
 
-    def test_parse_interface(self):
-        ''' Test parsing an interface. '''
-        content = [
-            "public interface Foo1",
-            "{",
-            "}",
 
-            "public abstract Foo2",
-            "{",
-            "}",
+    #def test_parse_interface(self):
+        #''' Test parsing an interface. '''
+        #content = [
+            #"public interface Foo1",
+            #"{",
+            #"}",
 
-            "public class Foo3",
-            "{",
-            "}",
-        ]
-        index, klasses = self.parser.parse(self.filepath, content, 0)
-        self.assertEquals(len(klasses), 1)
-        klass = klasses[0]
-        self.assertEquals(klass.package, 'global.Foo1')
-        self.assertTrue(isinstance(klass, Interface))
+            #"public abstract Foo2",
+            #"{",
+            #"}",
 
-        index, klasses = self.parser.parse(self.filepath, content, 3)
-        self.assertEquals(len(klasses), 1)
-        klass = klasses[0]
-        self.assertEquals(klass.package, 'global.Foo2')
-        self.assertTrue(isinstance(klass, Abstract))
+            #"public class Foo3",
+            #"{",
+            #"}",
+        #]
+        #index, klasses = self.parser.parse(self.filepath, content, 0)
+        #self.assertEquals(len(klasses), 1)
+        #klass = klasses[0]
+        #self.assertEquals(klass.package, 'global.Foo1')
+        #self.assertTrue(isinstance(klass, Interface))
 
-        index, klasses = self.parser.parse(self.filepath, content, 6)
-        self.assertEquals(len(klasses), 1)
-        klass = klasses[0]
-        self.assertEquals(klass.package, 'global.Foo3')
-        self.assertFalse(isinstance(klass, (Abstract, Interface)))
+        #index, klasses = self.parser.parse(self.filepath, content, 3)
+        #self.assertEquals(len(klasses), 1)
+        #klass = klasses[0]
+        #self.assertEquals(klass.package, 'global.Foo2')
+        #self.assertTrue(isinstance(klass, Abstract))
 
+        #index, klasses = self.parser.parse(self.filepath, content, 6)
+        #self.assertEquals(len(klasses), 1)
+        #klass = klasses[0]
+        #self.assertEquals(klass.package, 'global.Foo3')
+        #self.assertFalse(isinstance(klass, (Abstract, Interface)))
 
-    def test_parse_class_with_attr_and_methods(self):
-        ''' Test a whole class but with some mocked methods. '''
-        content = [
-            "public class Foo",
-            "{",
-                "private int i;",
 
-                "public Foo() : base() { this.i = 1 }",
-                "private int  l = 2;",
-            "}",
-        ]
-        index, klasses = self.parser.parse(self.filepath, content, 0)
-        self.assertEquals(len(klasses), 1)
-        self.assertEquals(self.parser.methods_parsed, 1)
-        self.assertEquals(self.parser.attributes_parsed, 2)
+    #def test_parse_enums(self):
+        #''' Test parsing some enums. '''
+        #content = [
+            #"public enum Foo {",
+                #"FIRST,",
+                #"SECOND,",
+                #"LAST;",
 
+                #"public Foo(int k) { }",
+            #"}",
+        #]
 
-    def test_parse_enums(self):
-        ''' Test parsing some enums. '''
-        content = [
-            "public enum Foo {",
-                "FIRST,",
-                "SECOND,",
-                "LAST;",
+        #index, klasses = self.parser.parse(self.filepath, content, 0)
+        #self.assertEquals(len(klasses), 1)
+        #self.assertTrue(isinstance(klasses[0], Enum))
+        #self.assertEquals(self.parser.attributes_parsed, 3)
+        #self.assertEquals(self.parser.methods_parsed, 1)
 
-                "public Foo(int k) { }",
-            "}",
-        ]
 
-        index, klasses = self.parser.parse(self.filepath, content, 0)
-        self.assertEquals(len(klasses), 1)
-        self.assertTrue(isinstance(klasses[0], Enum))
-        self.assertEquals(self.parser.attributes_parsed, 3)
-        self.assertEquals(self.parser.methods_parsed, 1)
+    #def test_parse_enums_with_constructors(self):
+        #''' Test parse enums whose attributes have constructors. '''
+        #content = [
+            #"public enum Foo",
+            #"{",
+            #"}",
+        #]
+        #index, klasses = self.parser.parse(self.filepath, content, 0)
+        #self.assertEquals(len(klasses), 1)
+        #self.assertTrue(isinstance(klasses[0], Enum))
+        #self.assertEquals(self.parser.attributes_parsed, 3)
+        #self.assertEquals(self.parser.methods_parsed, 2)
 
 
-    def test_parse_enums_with_constructors(self):
-        ''' Test parse enums whose attributes have constructors. '''
-        content = [
-            "public enum Foo {",
-                "FIRST (1),",
-                "SECOND (2),",
-                "LAST (3);",
+    #def test_parse_enum_with_methods(self):
+        #''' Test enums when there is a mehtod on it's definition.
+        #'''
+        #content = [
+            #"public enum Foo {",
+                #"FIRST (1),",
+                #"SECOND (2),",
+                #"LAST (3);",
 
-                "public Foo(int k) {}",
-                "public int getValue() { }",
-            "}",
-        ]
-        index, klasses = self.parser.parse(self.filepath, content, 0)
-        self.assertEquals(len(klasses), 1)
-        self.assertTrue(isinstance(klasses[0], Enum))
-        self.assertEquals(self.parser.attributes_parsed, 3)
-        self.assertEquals(self.parser.methods_parsed, 2)
+                #"public Foo(int k) {}",
+                #"public int getValue(String a,",
+                    #"String b) {",
+                #"}",
+            #"}",
+        #]
 
+        #index, klasses = self.parser.parse(self.filepath, content, 0)
+        #self.assertEquals(len(klasses), 1)
+        #self.assertTrue(isinstance(klasses[0], Enum))
+        #self.assertEquals(self.parser.attributes_parsed, 3)
+        #self.assertEquals(self.parser.methods_parsed, 2)
 
-    def test_parse_enum_with_methods(self):
-        ''' Test enums when there is a mehtod on it's definition.
-        '''
-        content = [
-            "public enum Foo {",
-                "FIRST (1),",
-                "SECOND (2),",
-                "LAST (3);",
 
-                "public Foo(int k) {}",
-                "public int getValue(String a,",
-                    "String b) {",
-                    "}",
-            "}",
-        ]
-        index, klasses = self.parser.parse(self.filepath, content, 0)
-        self.assertEquals(len(klasses), 1)
-        self.assertTrue(isinstance(klasses[0], Enum))
-        self.assertEquals(self.parser.attributes_parsed, 3)
-        self.assertEquals(self.parser.methods_parsed, 2)
+    #def test_parse_enum_as_inner(self):
+        #''' Test what happens when the enum is defined inside another class.
+        #'''
+        #content = [
+            #'public Foo',
+            #'{',
+                #'public enum Bar',
+                #'{',
+                    #'FIRST;',
+                #'}',
 
+                #'public class Another',
+                #'{',
+                #'}',
+            #'}',
+        #]
+        #index, klasses = self.parser.parse(self.filepath, content, 0)
+        #self.assertEquals(len(klasses), 3)
+        #self.assertEquals(klasses[0].name, 'Foo')
+        #self.assertTrue(isinstance(klasses[0], Class))
+        #self.assertEquals(klasses[1].name, 'Bar')
+        #self.assertTrue(isinstance(klasses[1], Enum))
+        #self.assertEquals(klasses[2].name, 'Another')
+        #self.assertEquals(klasses[2].owner, klasses[0])
+        #self.assertEquals(klasses[0].inner_classes,
+                            #[klasses[1], klasses[2]])
 
-    def test_parse_enum_as_inner(self):
-        ''' Test what happens when the enum is defined inside another class.
-        '''
-        content = [
-            'public Foo',
-            '{',
-                'public enum Bar',
-                '{',
-                    'FIRST;',
-                '}',
-
-                'public class Another',
-                '{',
-                '}',
-            '}',
-        ]
-        index, klasses = self.parser.parse(self.filepath, content, 0)
-        self.assertEquals(len(klasses), 3)
-        self.assertEquals(klasses[0].name, 'Foo')
-        self.assertTrue(isinstance(klasses[0], Class))
-        self.assertEquals(klasses[1].name, 'Bar')
-        self.assertTrue(isinstance(klasses[1], Enum))
-        self.assertEquals(klasses[2].name, 'Another')
-        self.assertEquals(klasses[2].owner, klasses[0])
-        self.assertEquals(klasses[0].inner_classes,
-                            [klasses[1], klasses[2]])
-

File pywebuml/tests/testing_mock.py

+# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
+
+'''
+Overrides the mock.Mock class to add the util option to return a list of
+values without using an external method.
+'''
+
+
+from mock import Mock
+
+
+class TestingMock(Mock):
+
+
+    def __init__(self, return_values = None, **kwargs):
+        '''
+        '''
+        super(TestingMock, self).__init__(**kwargs)
+        if return_values:
+            return_values.reverse()
+            def side_effect(*args, **kwargs):
+                return return_values.pop()
+            self.side_effect = side_effect
+
+
+