Source code for oauth_dropins.webutil.testutil

"""Unit test utilities."""
import difflib
import email
import io
import os
import pprint
import re
import traceback
import urllib.error, urllib.parse, urllib.request
import warnings

from bs4 import GuessedAtParserWarning
from mox3 import mox
import requests
import webapp2

from . import util
from .util import json_dumps, json_loads, HTTP_TIMEOUT, user_agent

RE_TYPE = (re.Pattern if hasattr(re, 'Pattern')  # python >=3.7
           else re._pattern_type)                # python <3.7

[docs]def requests_response(body='', url=None, status=200, content_type=None, redirected_url=None, headers=None, allow_redirects=None, encoding=None): """ Args: redirected_url: string URL or sequence of string URLs for multiple redirects """ resp = requests.Response() if isinstance(body, (dict, list)): body = json_dumps(body, indent=2) if content_type is None: content_type = 'application/json' resp._text = body resp._content = body.encode('utf-8') if isinstance(body, str) else body resp.raw = io.BytesIO(resp._content) # needed for close() resp.encoding = encoding if encoding is not None else 'utf-8' resp.url = url if redirected_url is not None: if allow_redirects is False: resp.headers['location'] = redirected_url else: if isinstance(redirected_url, str): redirected_url = [redirected_url] assert isinstance(redirected_url, (list, tuple)) resp.url = redirected_url[-1] for u in [url] + redirected_url[:-1]: resp.history.append(requests.Response()) resp.history[-1].url = u resp.status_code = status if content_type is None: content_type = 'text/html' elif content_type == 'None': content_type = None resp.headers['content-type'] = content_type if headers is not None: resp.headers.update(headers) return resp
[docs]def enable_flask_caching(app, cache): """Test case decorator that enables a flask_caching cache. Usage: from app import app, cache class FooTest(TestCase): @enable_flask_caching(app, cache) def test_foo(self): .. Args: app: :class:`flask.Flask` app cache: :class:`flask_caching.Cache` """ def decorator(method): def wrapper(self, *args, **kwargs): orig_cache_type = app.config.get('CACHE_TYPE') try: app.config['CACHE_TYPE'] = 'SimpleCache' cache.init_app(app) method(self, *args, **kwargs) finally: app.config['CACHE_TYPE'] = orig_cache_type cache.init_app(app) return wrapper return decorator
[docs]class UrlopenResult(object): """A fake :func:`urllib.request.urlopen()` or :func:`urlfetch.fetch()` result object. """ def __init__(self, status_code, content, url=None, headers={}): self.status_code = status_code self.content = io.StringIO(str(content)) self.url = url self.headers = headers def read(self, length=-1): return def getcode(self): return self.status_code def geturl(self): return self.url def info(self): return email.message_from_string( '\n'.join(f'{key}: {val}' for key, val in self.headers.items()))
[docs]class Asserts(object): """Test case mixin class with extra assert helpers."""
[docs] def assert_entities_equal(self, a, b, ignore=frozenset(), keys_only=False, in_order=False): """Asserts that a and b are equivalent entities or lists of entities. ...specifically, that they have the same property values, and if they both have populated keys, that their keys are equal too. Args: a: :class:`ndb.Model` instances or lists of instances b: same ignore: sequence of strings, property names not to compare keys_only: boolean, if True only compare keys in_order: boolean. If False, all entities must have keys. """ # all the __class__.__name__ hacks below are so we avoid importing ndb # from the app engine SDK, since this file needs to support Python 3. if not (isinstance(a, (list, tuple) or a.__class__.__name__ == 'Query')): a = [a] if not (isinstance(b, (list, tuple) or b.__class__.__name__ == 'Query')): b = [b] if not in_order: a = list(sorted(a, key=lambda e: e.key)) b = list(sorted(b, key=lambda e: e.key)) self.assertEqual(len(a), len(b), f'Different lengths:\n expected {a}\n actual {b}') for x, y in zip(a, b): x_key = None try: x_key = x.key.flat() self.assertEqual(x_key, y.key.flat()) except Exception as err: if err.__class__.__name__ in ('BadKeyError', 'NotSavedError', 'AttributeError'): if keys_only: raise else: raise def props(e): all = e.to_dict() return {k: v for k, v in list(all.items()) if k not in ignore} if not keys_only: self.assert_equals(props(x), props(y), x_key)
[docs] def entity_keys(self, entities): """Returns a list of keys for a list of entities. """ return [e.key() for e in entities]
[docs] def assert_equals(self, expected, actual, msg=None, in_order=False): """Pinpoints individual element differences in lists and dicts. If in_order is False, ignores order in lists and tuples. """ try: self._assert_equals(expected, actual, in_order=in_order) except AssertionError as e: if not isinstance(expected, str): expected = pprint.pformat(expected) if not isinstance(actual, str): actual = pprint.pformat(actual) raise AssertionError(f"""{msg}: {''.join(e.args)} Expected value: {expected} Actual value: {actual}""")
def _assert_equals(self, expected, actual, in_order=False): """Recursive helper for assert_equals(). """ key = None try: if isinstance(expected, RE_TYPE): if not re.match(expected, actual):"{expected!r} doesn't match {actual}") elif isinstance(expected, dict) and isinstance(actual, dict): for key in set(expected.keys()) | set(actual.keys()): self._assert_equals(expected.get(key), actual.get(key), in_order=in_order) elif (isinstance(expected, (list, tuple, set)) and isinstance(actual, (list, tuple, set))): if not in_order: # use custom key because Python 3 dicts are not comparable :/ def hash_or_json(x): try: return str(hash(x)) except TypeError: return json_dumps(x, sort_keys=True) expected = sorted(expected, key=hash_or_json) actual = sorted(actual, key=hash_or_json) self.assertEqual(len(expected), len(actual), f'Different lengths:\n expected {len(expected)}\n actual {len(actual)}') for key, (e, a) in enumerate(zip(expected, actual)): self._assert_equals(e, a, in_order=in_order) elif (isinstance(expected, str) and isinstance(actual, str) and '\n' in expected): self.assert_multiline_equals(expected, actual) else: self.assertEqual(expected, actual) except AssertionError as e: # fill in where this failure came from. this recursively builds, # backwards, all the way up to the root. args = (f'[{key}] ' if key is not None else '') + ''.join(e.args) raise AssertionError(args)
[docs] def assert_multiline_equals(self, expected, actual, ignore_blanks=False): """Compares two multi-line strings and reports a diff style output. Ignores leading and trailing whitespace on each line, and squeezes repeated blank lines down to just one. Args: ignore_blanks: boolean, whether to ignore blank lines altogether """ exp = self._normalize_lines(expected, ignore_blanks=ignore_blanks) act = self._normalize_lines(actual, ignore_blanks=ignore_blanks) if exp != act:''.join(difflib.Differ().compare(exp, act)))
[docs] def assert_multiline_in(self, expected, actual, ignore_blanks=False): """Checks that a multi-line string is in another and reports a diff output. Ignores leading and trailing whitespace on each line, and squeezes repeated blank lines down to just one. Args: ignore_blanks: boolean, whether to ignore blank lines altogether """ exp = ''.join(self._normalize_lines(expected, ignore_blanks=ignore_blanks)).strip() act = ''.join(self._normalize_lines(actual, ignore_blanks=ignore_blanks)) self.assertIn(exp, act, f"""{exp} not found in: {act}""")
@staticmethod def _normalize_lines(val, ignore_blanks=False): lines = [l.strip() + '\n' for l in val.splitlines(True)] return [l for i, l in enumerate(lines) if not (ignore_blanks and l == '\n') and (i <= 1 or not (lines[i - 1] == l == '\n'))]
[docs]class TestCase(mox.MoxTestBase, Asserts): """Test case class with lots of extra helpers.""" maxDiff = None
[docs] def setUp(self): # suppress a few warnings # local/lib/python3.8/site-packages/ DeprecationWarning: The 'warn' function is deprecated, use 'warning' instead # logging.warn(f'Failed to parse datetime {date_str}') warnings.filterwarnings('ignore', module='mf2util', message="The 'warn' function is deprecated") # local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/mox3/ DeprecationWarning: inspect.getargspec() is deprecated, use inspect.signature() or inspect.getfullargspec() warnings.filterwarnings('ignore', module='mox', message=r'inspect\.getargspec') # local/lib/python3.8/site-packages/webmentiontools/ GuessedAtParserWarning: No parser was explicitly specified, so I'm using the best available HTML parser for this system ("lxml"). This usually isn't a problem, but if you run this code on another system, or in a different virtual environment, it may use a different parser and behave differently. warnings.filterwarnings('ignore', category=GuessedAtParserWarning) super(TestCase, self).setUp() for method in 'get', 'post', 'delete': self.mox.StubOutWithMock(requests, method, use_mock_anything=True) self.stub_requests_head() self.mox.StubOutWithMock(util.urllib.request, 'urlopen') # set time zone to UTC so that tests don't depend on local time zone os.environ['TZ'] = 'UTC' util.follow_redirects_cache.clear()
[docs] def stub_requests_head(self): """Automatically return 200 to outgoing HEAD requests.""" def fake_head(url, **kwargs): resp = requests.Response() resp.url = url if '.' in url or url.startswith('http'): resp.headers['content-type'] = 'text/html; charset=UTF-8' resp.status_code = 200 else: resp.status_code = 404 return resp self.mox.stubs.Set(requests, 'head', fake_head) self._is_head_mocked = False # expect_requests_head() sets this to True
[docs] def unstub_requests_head(self): """Mock outgoing HEAD requests so they must be expected individually.""" if not self._is_head_mocked: self.mox.StubOutWithMock(requests, 'head', use_mock_anything=True) self._is_head_mocked = True
def expect_requests_head(self, *args, **kwargs): self.unstub_requests_head() return self._expect_requests_call(*args, method=requests.head, **kwargs) def expect_requests_get(self, *args, **kwargs): return self._expect_requests_call(*args, method=requests.get, **kwargs) def expect_requests_post(self, *args, **kwargs): return self._expect_requests_call(*args,, **kwargs) def expect_requests_delete(self, *args, **kwargs): return self._expect_requests_call(*args, method=requests.delete, **kwargs) def _expect_requests_call(self, url, response='', status_code=200, content_type='text/html', method=requests.get, redirected_url=None, response_headers=None, **kwargs): """ Args: redirected_url: string URL or sequence of string URLs for multiple redirects """ resp = requests_response( response, url=url, status=status_code, content_type=content_type, redirected_url=redirected_url, headers=response_headers, allow_redirects=kwargs.get('allow_redirects'), encoding=kwargs.pop('encoding', None)) if 'timeout' not in kwargs: kwargs['timeout'] = HTTP_TIMEOUT elif kwargs['timeout'] is None: del kwargs['timeout'] if 'stream' not in kwargs: kwargs['stream'] = True elif kwargs['stream'] is None: del kwargs['stream'] if method is requests.head: kwargs['allow_redirects'] = True headers = kwargs.get('headers') if not headers: headers = kwargs['headers'] = {} if not isinstance(headers, mox.Comparator): headers.setdefault('User-Agent', user_agent) def check_headers(actual): missing = set(headers.items()) - set(actual.items()) assert not missing, f'Missing request headers: {missing}\n(Got {set(actual.items())}, expected {set(headers.items())})' return True kwargs['headers'] = mox.Func(check_headers) files = kwargs.get('files') if files: def check_files(actual): self.assertEqual(list(actual.keys()), list(files.keys())) for name, expected in files.items(): self.assertEqual(expected, actual[name].read()) return True kwargs['files'] = mox.Func(check_files) call = method(url, **kwargs) call.AndReturn(resp) return call
[docs] def expect_urlopen(self, url, response=None, status=200, data=None, headers=None, response_headers={}, **kwargs): """Stubs out :func:`urllib.request.urlopen()` and sets up an expected call. If status isn't 2xx, makes the expected call raise a :class:`urllib.error.HTTPError` instead of returning the response. If data is set, url *must* be a :class:`urllib.request.Request`. If response is unset, returns the expected call. Args: url: string, :class:`re.RegexObject` or :class:`urllib.request.Request` or :class:`webob.request.Request` response: string status: int, HTTP response code data: optional string POST body headers: optional expected request header dict response_headers: optional response header dict kwargs: other keyword args, e.g. timeout """ def check_request(req): assert isinstance(req, urllib.request.Request), repr(req) try: if isinstance(url, RE_TYPE): self.assertRegexpMatches(req.get_full_url(), url) else: self.assertEqual(url, req.get_full_url()) self.assertEqual( data.decode() if isinstance(data, bytes) else data, if isinstance(, bytes) else nonlocal headers if isinstance(headers, mox.Comparator): self.assertTrue(headers.equals(req.header_items())) else: if not headers: headers = {} missing = set(headers.items()) - set(req.header_items()) assert not missing, f'Missing request headers: {missing}; got {req.header_items()}' except AssertionError: traceback.print_exc() return False return True if 'timeout' not in kwargs: kwargs['timeout'] = HTTP_TIMEOUT call = util.urllib.request.urlopen(mox.Func(check_request), **kwargs) if status // 100 != 2: if response: response = urllib.request.addinfourl(io.StringIO(str(response)), response_headers, url, status) call.AndRaise(urllib.error.HTTPError('url', status, 'message', response_headers, response)) elif response is not None: call.AndReturn(UrlopenResult(status, response, url=url, headers=response_headers)) return call
[docs]class HandlerTest(TestCase): """Base test class for webapp2 request handlers. Attributes: handler: :class:`webapp2.RequestHandler` request: :class:`webob.Request` response: :class:`webob.Response` """
[docs] def setUp(self): super(HandlerTest, self).setUp() self.request = webapp2.Request.blank('/') self.response = webapp2.Response() self.handler = webapp2.RequestHandler(self.request, self.response)