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"""Automated tests for PSPCompiler

(c) Copyright by Winston Wolff, 2004 http://www.stratolab.com

"""

import os
import imp
import logging
import unittest
from PSP import Context, PSPCompiler
from MiscUtils import StringIO

# There is a circular dependency between AppServer and Application in imports
# so I have to import both AppServer before Page imports Application.
import WebKit.AppServer

_log = logging.getLogger(__name__)

# Turn off debug messages, and delete temporary scripts after test:
DEBUG = False
if DEBUG:
    logging.basicConfig()
    _log.setLevel(logging.DEBUG)


class TestCompiler(unittest.TestCase):

    def compileString(self, pspSource, classname):
        """Compile a string to an object.

        Takes a string, compiles it, imports the Python file, and returns you
        the Python class object.

        classname = some string so that each file is unique per test case.

        """
        # write string to temporary file
        moduleName = "tmp_TestCompiler_" + classname
        tmpInName = moduleName + ".psp"
        tmpOutName = moduleName + ".py"
        _log.debug('Writing PSP source to: "%s"', tmpInName)
        fp = open(tmpInName, 'w')
        fp.write(pspSource)
        fp.close()
        # Compile PSP into .py file
        context = Context.PSPCLContext(tmpInName)
        context.setClassName(classname)
        context.setPythonFileName(tmpOutName)
        clc = PSPCompiler.Compiler(context)
        clc.compile()
        # Have Python import the .py file.
        fp = open(tmpOutName)
        if fp:
            try:
                description = ('.py', 'r', imp.PY_SOURCE)
                theModule = imp.load_module(moduleName, fp, tmpOutName, description)
            finally:
                # Since we may exit via an exception, close fp explicitly.
                fp.close()
        if not DEBUG:
            os.remove(tmpInName)
            os.remove(tmpOutName)
            os.remove(moduleName + ".pyc")
        # want to return the class inside the module.
        theClass = getattr(theModule, classname)
        return theClass

    def compileAndRun(self, pspSource, classname):
        pspClass = self.compileString(pspSource, classname)
        pspInstance = pspClass()
        outStream = StringIO()
        pspInstance._writeHTML(outStream)
        output = outStream.getvalue()
        return output

    def testExpression(self):
        output = self.compileAndRun(
            'two plus three is: <%= 2+3 %>', 'testExpression')
        self.assertEqual("two plus three is: 5", output)

    def testScript(self):
        output = self.compileAndRun(
            'one plus two is: <% res.write(str(1+2)) %>', 'testScript')
        self.assertEqual("one plus two is: 3", output)

    def testScript_NewLines(self):
        psp = '''\nthree plus two is: \n<%\nres.write(str(3+2)) \n%>'''
        expect = '''\nthree plus two is: \n5'''
        output = self.compileAndRun(psp, 'testScript_NewLines')
        self.assertEqual(output, expect)
        psp = '''\nthree plus two is: \n<%\n  res.write(str(3+2)) \n%>'''
        expect = '''\nthree plus two is: \n5'''
        output = self.compileAndRun(psp, 'testScript_NewLines')
        self.assertEqual(output, expect)

    def testScript_Returns(self):
        psp = '''\rthree plus two is: \r<%\rres.write(str(3+2)) \r%>'''
        expect = '''\nthree plus two is: \n5'''
        output = self.compileAndRun(psp, 'testScript_Returns')
        self.assertEqual(output, expect)
        psp = '''\rthree plus two is: \r<%\r     res.write(str(3+2)) \r%>'''
        expect = '''\nthree plus two is: \n5'''
        output = self.compileAndRun(psp, 'testScript_Returns')
        self.assertEqual(output, expect)

    def testScript_If(self):
        psp = '''PSP is <% if 1: %>Good<% end %>'''
        expect = '''PSP is Good'''
        output = self.compileAndRun(psp, 'testScript_If')
        self.assertEqual(output, expect)

    def testScript_IfElse(self):
        psp = '''JSP is <% if 0: %>Good<% end %><% else: %>Bad<% end %>'''
        expect = '''JSP is Bad'''
        output = self.compileAndRun(psp, 'testScript_IfElse')
        self.assertEqual(output, expect)

    def testScript_Blocks(self):
        psp = '''
<% for i in range(3): %>
<%= i %><br/>
<% end %>'''
        expect = '''

0<br/>

1<br/>

2<br/>
'''
        output = self.compileAndRun(psp, 'testScript_Blocks')
        self.assertEqual(output, expect)

    def testScript_Braces(self):
        psp = '''\
<%@page indentType="braces" %>
<% for i in range(3): { %>
<%= i %><br/>
<% } %>'''
        expect = '''

0<br/>

1<br/>

2<br/>
'''
        output = self.compileAndRun(psp, 'testScript_Braces')
        self.assertEqual(output, expect)

    def testPspMethod(self):
        psp = '''
        <psp:method name="add" params="a,b">
        return a+b
        </psp:method>
        7 plus 8 = <%= self.add(7,8) %>
        '''
        output = self.compileAndRun(psp, 'testPspMethod').strip()
        self.assertEqual("7 plus 8 = 15", output)

    def testPspFile(self):
        psp = '''
        <psp:file>
            def square(a):
                return a*a
        </psp:file>
        7^2 = <%= square(7) %>
        '''
        output = self.compileAndRun(psp, 'testPspFile').strip()
        self.assertEqual("7^2 = 49", output)

    def testPspClass(self):
        psp = '''
        <psp:class>
            def square(self, a):
                return a*a
        </psp:class>
        4^2 = <%= self.square(4) %>
        '''
        output = self.compileAndRun(psp, 'testPspClass').strip()
        self.assertEqual("4^2 = 16", output)