testing/mozbase/manifestparser/tests/test_manifestparser.py
author Kris Maglione <maglione.k@gmail.com>
Sun, 30 Oct 2016 19:17:13 -0700
changeset 365359 ccdaf2b0cc9e69dd847551750acf5fb0e8e99f26
parent 365233 425c0602ccb486822c4974aa5f7d367597d2b259
child 365436 fa43713a681d3bd2c482a25a2895d1cd63533d77
permissions -rwxr-xr-x
Backed out changeset 425c0602ccb4 (bug 1313716) for breaking mach mochitest. r=backout MozReview-Commit-ID: pTW1acQYLV

#!/usr/bin/env python

# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this file,
# You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.

import os
import shutil
import tempfile
import unittest
from manifestparser import ManifestParser
from StringIO import StringIO

here = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(__file__))


class TestManifestParser(unittest.TestCase):
    """
    Test the manifest parser

    You must have manifestparser installed before running these tests.
    Run ``python manifestparser.py setup develop`` with setuptools installed.
    """

    def test_sanity(self):
        """Ensure basic parser is sane"""

        parser = ManifestParser()
        mozmill_example = os.path.join(here, 'mozmill-example.ini')
        parser.read(mozmill_example)
        tests = parser.tests
        self.assertEqual(len(tests), len(file(mozmill_example).read().strip().splitlines()))

        # Ensure that capitalization and order aren't an issue:
        lines = ['[%s]' % test['name'] for test in tests]
        self.assertEqual(lines, file(mozmill_example).read().strip().splitlines())

        # Show how you select subsets of tests:
        mozmill_restart_example = os.path.join(here, 'mozmill-restart-example.ini')
        parser.read(mozmill_restart_example)
        restart_tests = parser.get(type='restart')
        self.assertTrue(len(restart_tests) < len(parser.tests))
        self.assertEqual(len(restart_tests), len(parser.get(manifest=mozmill_restart_example)))
        self.assertFalse([test for test in restart_tests
                          if test['manifest'] != os.path.join(here,
                                                              'mozmill-restart-example.ini')])
        self.assertEqual(parser.get('name', tags=['foo']),
                         ['restartTests/testExtensionInstallUninstall/test2.js',
                          'restartTests/testExtensionInstallUninstall/test1.js'])
        self.assertEqual(parser.get('name', foo='bar'),
                         ['restartTests/testExtensionInstallUninstall/test2.js'])

    def test_include(self):
        """Illustrate how include works"""

        include_example = os.path.join(here, 'include-example.ini')
        parser = ManifestParser(manifests=(include_example,))

        # All of the tests should be included, in order:
        self.assertEqual(parser.get('name'),
                         ['crash-handling', 'fleem', 'flowers'])
        self.assertEqual([(test['name'], os.path.basename(test['manifest']))
                          for test in parser.tests],
                         [('crash-handling', 'bar.ini'),
                          ('fleem', 'include-example.ini'),
                          ('flowers', 'foo.ini')])

        # The including manifest is always reported as a part of the generated test object.
        self.assertTrue(all([t['ancestor-manifest'] == include_example
                             for t in parser.tests if t['name'] != 'fleem']))

        # The manifests should be there too:
        self.assertEqual(len(parser.manifests()), 3)

        # We already have the root directory:
        self.assertEqual(here, parser.rootdir)

        # DEFAULT values should persist across includes, unless they're
        # overwritten.  In this example, include-example.ini sets foo=bar, but
        # it's overridden to fleem in bar.ini
        self.assertEqual(parser.get('name', foo='bar'),
                         ['fleem', 'flowers'])
        self.assertEqual(parser.get('name', foo='fleem'),
                         ['crash-handling'])

        # Passing parameters in the include section allows defining variables in
        # the submodule scope:
        self.assertEqual(parser.get('name', tags=['red']),
                         ['flowers'])

        # However, this should be overridable from the DEFAULT section in the
        # included file and that overridable via the key directly connected to
        # the test:
        self.assertEqual(parser.get(name='flowers')[0]['blue'],
                         'ocean')
        self.assertEqual(parser.get(name='flowers')[0]['yellow'],
                         'submarine')

        # You can query multiple times if you need to:
        flowers = parser.get(foo='bar')
        self.assertEqual(len(flowers), 2)

        # Using the inverse flag should invert the set of tests returned:
        self.assertEqual(parser.get('name', inverse=True, tags=['red']),
                         ['crash-handling', 'fleem'])

        # All of the included tests actually exist:
        self.assertEqual([i['name'] for i in parser.missing()], [])

        # Write the output to a manifest:
        buffer = StringIO()
        parser.write(fp=buffer, global_kwargs={'foo': 'bar'})
        expected_output = """[DEFAULT]
foo = bar

[fleem]
subsuite = 

[include/flowers]
blue = ocean
red = roses
subsuite = 
yellow = submarine"""  # noqa

        self.assertEqual(buffer.getvalue().strip(),
                         expected_output)

    def test_invalid_path(self):
        """
        Test invalid path should not throw when not strict
        """
        manifest = os.path.join(here, 'include-invalid.ini')
        ManifestParser(manifests=(manifest,), strict=False)

    def test_parent_inheritance(self):
        """
        Test parent manifest variable inheritance
        Specifically tests that inherited variables from parent includes
        properly propagate downstream
        """
        parent_example = os.path.join(here, 'parent', 'level_1', 'level_2',
                                      'level_3', 'level_3.ini')
        parser = ManifestParser(manifests=(parent_example,))

        # Parent manifest test should not be included
        self.assertEqual(parser.get('name'),
                         ['test_3'])
        self.assertEqual([(test['name'], os.path.basename(test['manifest']))
                          for test in parser.tests],
                         [('test_3', 'level_3.ini')])

        # DEFAULT values should be the ones from level 1
        self.assertEqual(parser.get('name', x='level_1'),
                         ['test_3'])

        # Write the output to a manifest:
        buffer = StringIO()
        parser.write(fp=buffer, global_kwargs={'x': 'level_1'})
        self.assertEqual(buffer.getvalue().strip(),
                         '[DEFAULT]\nx = level_1\n\n[test_3]\nsubsuite =')

    def test_parent_defaults(self):
        """
        Test downstream variables should overwrite upstream variables
        """
        parent_example = os.path.join(here, 'parent', 'level_1', 'level_2',
                                      'level_3', 'level_3_default.ini')
        parser = ManifestParser(manifests=(parent_example,))

        # Parent manifest test should not be included
        self.assertEqual(parser.get('name'),
                         ['test_3'])
        self.assertEqual([(test['name'], os.path.basename(test['manifest']))
                          for test in parser.tests],
                         [('test_3', 'level_3_default.ini')])

        # DEFAULT values should be the ones from level 3
        self.assertEqual(parser.get('name', x='level_3'),
                         ['test_3'])

        # Write the output to a manifest:
        buffer = StringIO()
        parser.write(fp=buffer, global_kwargs={'x': 'level_3'})
        self.assertEqual(buffer.getvalue().strip(),
                         '[DEFAULT]\nx = level_3\n\n[test_3]\nsubsuite =')

    def test_parent_defaults_include(self):
        parent_example = os.path.join(here, 'parent', 'include', 'manifest.ini')
        parser = ManifestParser(manifests=(parent_example,))

        # global defaults should inherit all includes
        self.assertEqual(parser.get('name', top='data'),
                         ['testFirst.js', 'testSecond.js'])

        # include specific defaults should only inherit the actual include
        self.assertEqual(parser.get('name', disabled='YES'),
                         ['testFirst.js'])
        self.assertEqual(parser.get('name', disabled='NO'),
                         ['testSecond.js'])

    def test_server_root(self):
        """
        Test server_root properly expands as an absolute path
        """
        server_example = os.path.join(here, 'parent', 'level_1', 'level_2',
                                      'level_3', 'level_3_server-root.ini')
        parser = ManifestParser(manifests=(server_example,))

        # A regular variable will inherit its value directly
        self.assertEqual(parser.get('name', **{'other-root': '../root'}),
                         ['test_3'])

        # server-root will expand its value as an absolute path
        # we will not find anything for the original value
        self.assertEqual(parser.get('name', **{'server-root': '../root'}), [])

        # check that the path has expanded
        self.assertEqual(parser.get('server-root')[0],
                         os.path.join(here, 'parent', 'root'))

    def test_copy(self):
        """Test our ability to copy a set of manifests"""

        tempdir = tempfile.mkdtemp()
        include_example = os.path.join(here, 'include-example.ini')
        manifest = ManifestParser(manifests=(include_example,))
        manifest.copy(tempdir)
        self.assertEqual(sorted(os.listdir(tempdir)),
                         ['fleem', 'include', 'include-example.ini'])
        self.assertEqual(sorted(os.listdir(os.path.join(tempdir, 'include'))),
                         ['bar.ini', 'crash-handling', 'flowers', 'foo.ini'])
        from_manifest = ManifestParser(manifests=(include_example,))
        to_manifest = os.path.join(tempdir, 'include-example.ini')
        to_manifest = ManifestParser(manifests=(to_manifest,))
        self.assertEqual(to_manifest.get('name'), from_manifest.get('name'))
        shutil.rmtree(tempdir)

    def test_path_override(self):
        """You can override the path in the section too.
        This shows that you can use a relative path"""
        path_example = os.path.join(here, 'path-example.ini')
        manifest = ManifestParser(manifests=(path_example,))
        self.assertEqual(manifest.tests[0]['path'],
                         os.path.join(here, 'fleem'))

    def test_relative_path(self):
        """
        Relative test paths are correctly calculated.
        """
        relative_path = os.path.join(here, 'relative-path.ini')
        manifest = ManifestParser(manifests=(relative_path,))
        self.assertEqual(manifest.tests[0]['path'],
                         os.path.join(os.path.dirname(here), 'fleem'))
        self.assertEqual(manifest.tests[0]['relpath'],
                         os.path.join('..', 'fleem'))
        self.assertEqual(manifest.tests[1]['relpath'],
                         os.path.join('..', 'testsSIBLING', 'example'))

    def test_path_from_fd(self):
        """
        Test paths are left untouched when manifest is a file-like object.
        """
        fp = StringIO("[section]\npath=fleem")
        manifest = ManifestParser(manifests=(fp,))
        self.assertEqual(manifest.tests[0]['path'], 'fleem')
        self.assertEqual(manifest.tests[0]['relpath'], 'fleem')
        self.assertEqual(manifest.tests[0]['manifest'], None)

    def test_comments(self):
        """
        ensure comments work, see
        https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=813674
        """
        comment_example = os.path.join(here, 'comment-example.ini')
        manifest = ManifestParser(manifests=(comment_example,))
        self.assertEqual(len(manifest.tests), 8)
        names = [i['name'] for i in manifest.tests]
        self.assertFalse('test_0202_app_launch_apply_update_dirlocked.js' in names)

    def test_verifyDirectory(self):

        directory = os.path.join(here, 'verifyDirectory')

        # correct manifest
        manifest_path = os.path.join(directory, 'verifyDirectory.ini')
        manifest = ManifestParser(manifests=(manifest_path,))
        missing = manifest.verifyDirectory(directory, extensions=('.js',))
        self.assertEqual(missing, (set(), set()))

        # manifest is missing test_1.js
        test_1 = os.path.join(directory, 'test_1.js')
        manifest_path = os.path.join(directory, 'verifyDirectory_incomplete.ini')
        manifest = ManifestParser(manifests=(manifest_path,))
        missing = manifest.verifyDirectory(directory, extensions=('.js',))
        self.assertEqual(missing, (set(), set([test_1])))

        # filesystem is missing test_notappearinginthisfilm.js
        missing_test = os.path.join(directory, 'test_notappearinginthisfilm.js')
        manifest_path = os.path.join(directory, 'verifyDirectory_toocomplete.ini')
        manifest = ManifestParser(manifests=(manifest_path,))
        missing = manifest.verifyDirectory(directory, extensions=('.js',))
        self.assertEqual(missing, (set([missing_test]), set()))

    def test_just_defaults(self):
        """Ensure a manifest with just a DEFAULT section exposes that data."""

        parser = ManifestParser()
        manifest = os.path.join(here, 'just-defaults.ini')
        parser.read(manifest)
        self.assertEqual(len(parser.tests), 0)
        self.assertTrue(manifest in parser.manifest_defaults)
        self.assertEquals(parser.manifest_defaults[manifest]['foo'], 'bar')

    def test_manifest_list(self):
        """
        Ensure a manifest with just a DEFAULT section still returns
        itself from the manifests() method.
        """

        parser = ManifestParser()
        manifest = os.path.join(here, 'no-tests.ini')
        parser.read(manifest)
        self.assertEqual(len(parser.tests), 0)
        self.assertTrue(len(parser.manifests()) == 1)

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