1. Wojciech Malinowski
  2. Webware

Source

Webware / MiddleKit / Tests / Test.py

#!/usr/bin/env python

import os, sys, time
from glob import glob

from TestCommon import *

startTime = time.time()


class RunError(Exception):
    """Test Run Error.

    Raised by Test.run() if the process exits with a non-zero status,
    which indicates an error.

    """


class Test(object):


    ## Init ##

    def __init__(self):
        pass


    ## Customization ##

    def modelNames(self):
        return self._modelNames


    ## Testing ##

    def main(self, args=sys.argv):
        # The tests are listed explicitly rather than scanning for them (via glob)
        # in order to perform them in a certain order (simplest to most complex)
        self.readArgs(args)
        results = []
        for self._modelName in self.modelNames():
            print '*** %s ***\n' % self._modelName
            if not self._modelName.endswith('.mkmodel'):
                self._modelName += '.mkmodel'
            didFail = None
            try:
                if self.canRun():
                    # support multiple config files for testing
                    configFilenames = glob(os.path.join(
                        self._modelName, 'Settings*.config'))
                    if configFilenames:
                        configFilenames = [os.path.basename(p) for p in configFilenames]
                    else:
                        configFilenames = ['Settings.config']
                    for configFilename in configFilenames:
                        self.runCompletePath(configFilename)
                else:
                    didFail = '       skipped'
            except RunError:
                didFail = '*** FAILED ***'
            results.append((self._modelName, didFail))

        self.printInfo()
        self.printResults(results)

        # print duration for curiosity's sake
        print
        duration = time.time() - startTime
        print '%.0f seconds' % (duration)

    def readArgs(self, args):
        if len(args) > 1:
            self._modelNames = args[1:]
        else:
            self._modelNames = '''
                MKBasic MKNone MKString MKDateTime MKEnums MKDefaultMinMax
                MKTypeValueChecking MKInheritance MKInheritanceAbstract
                MKList MKObjRef MKObjRefReuse MKDelete MKDeleteMark
                MKMultipleStores MKMultipleThreads
                MKModelInh1 MKModelInh2 MKModelInh3
                MKExcel
            '''.split()

    def canRun(self):
        path = os.path.join(self._modelName, 'CanRun.py')
        if os.path.exists(path):
            file = open(path)
            names = {}
            exec file in names
            assert 'CanRun' in names, 'expecting a CanRun() function'
            return names['CanRun']()
        else:
            return True

    def runCompletePath(self, configFilename='Settings.config'):
        self._configFilename = configFilename
        self.testDesign()
        self.testEmpty()
        self.insertSamples()
        self.testSamples()
        rmdir(workDir)
        print '\n'

    def testEmpty(self):
        """Run all TestEmpty*.py files in the model, in alphabetical order."""
        names = glob(os.path.join(self._modelName, 'TestEmpty*.py'))
        if names:
            for name in sorted(names):
                self.createDatabase()
                self.testRun(os.path.basename(name), deleteData=False)
        else:
            self.createDatabase()

    def testSamples(self):
        self.testRun('TestSamples.py', deleteData=False)

    def testRun(self, pyFile, deleteData):
        if os.path.exists(os.path.join(self._modelName, pyFile)):
            print '%s:' % pyFile
            deleteData = deleteData and 'yes' or 'no'
            self.run('python TestRun.py %s %s %s delete=%s' % (
                self._modelName, self._configFilename, pyFile, deleteData))
        else:
            print 'NO %s TO TEST.' % pyFile

    def testDesign(self):
        self.run('python TestDesign.py %s %s' % (
            self._modelName, self._configFilename))

    def executeFile(self, filename):
        filename = os.path.normpath(filename)
        if os.path.exists(filename):
            if '%s' in sqlCommand:
                cmd = sqlCommand % filename
            else:
                cmd = '%s < %s' % (sqlCommand, filename)
            self.run(cmd)

    def createDatabase(self):
        self.executeFile(workDir + '/GeneratedSQL/Create.sql')

    def insertSamples(self):
        self.createDatabase()
        self.executeFile(workDir + '/GeneratedSQL/InsertSamples.sql')

    def printInfo(self):
        print
        print 'SYSTEM INFO'
        print '-----------'
        print 'sys.version =', sys.version
        print 'sys.platform =', sys.platform
        print 'os.name =', os.name
        if hasattr(sys, 'getwindowsversion'):
            print 'sys.getwindowsversion() =', sys.getwindowsversion()
        print 'os.getcwd() =', os.getcwd()
        print 'dbName =', dbName
        if sqlVersionCommand:
            self.run(sqlVersionCommand)

        # Since Test.py runs things via os.system() it won't actually have
        # the DB API module loaded. But that's really desireable so its
        # version number can be printed out, so import the store:
        objStoreName = dbName + 'ObjectStore'
        values = {}
        exec 'import MiddleKit.Run.' + objStoreName in values

        out = sys.stdout
        out.write('modules with versions:\n')
        modules = sorted((m for m in sys.modules.values()
            if m is not None and m.__name__ != 'sys'),
            key=lambda m: m.__name__)
        for mod in modules:
            ver = getattr(mod, 'version', None)
            verInfo = getattr(mod, 'version_info', None)
            if ver or verInfo:
                out.write('    %s' % mod.__name__)
                if verInfo:
                    out.write(', %s' % (verInfo,))
                if ver:
                    out.write(', %r' % ver)
                out.write(', %s' % getattr(mod, '__file__', '(built-in)'))
                out.write('\n')

    def printResults(self, results):
        """Summarize the results of each test."""
        print
        print 'RESULTS'
        print '-------'
        for name, outcome in results:
            if not outcome:
                outcome = '     succeeded'
            print outcome, name


    ## Self utility ##

    def run(self, cmd):
        """Self utility method to run a system command.

        If the command has a non-zero exit status, raises RunError.
        Otherwise, returns 0.

        Note that on Windows ME, os.system() always returns 0 even if the
        program was a Python program that exited via sys.exit(1) or an
        uncaught exception. On Windows XP Pro SP 1, this problem does not
        occur. Windows ME has plenty of other problems as well; avoid it.

        """
        print '<cmd>', cmd
        sys.stdout.flush()
        sys.stderr.flush()
        returnCode = os.system(cmd)
        sys.stdout.flush()
        sys.stderr.flush()

        if returnCode:
            raise RunError(returnCode)

        # print '>> RETURN CODE =', returnCode
        return returnCode


if __name__ == '__main__':
    Test().main()