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Commit 9aef834d authored by Zixian Cai's avatar Zixian Cai
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Update pytest and py dependencies from upstream release-pypy2.7-v5.9.0

parent fe5bcc6b
#
__version__ = '2.5.2'
__version__ = '2.9.2'
......@@ -88,9 +88,6 @@ class FastFilesCompleter:
return completion
if os.environ.get('_ARGCOMPLETE'):
# argcomplete 0.5.6 is not compatible with python 2.5.6: print/with/format
if sys.version_info[:2] < (2, 6):
sys.exit(1)
try:
import argcomplete.completers
except ImportError:
......
""" python inspection/code generation API """
from .code import Code # noqa
from .code import ExceptionInfo # noqa
from .code import Frame # noqa
from .code import Traceback # noqa
from .code import getrawcode # noqa
from .code import patch_builtins # noqa
from .code import unpatch_builtins # noqa
from .source import Source # noqa
from .source import compile_ as compile # noqa
from .source import getfslineno # noqa
# copied from python-2.7.3's traceback.py
# CHANGES:
# - some_str is replaced, trying to create unicode strings
#
import types
def format_exception_only(etype, value):
"""Format the exception part of a traceback.
The arguments are the exception type and value such as given by
sys.last_type and sys.last_value. The return value is a list of
strings, each ending in a newline.
Normally, the list contains a single string; however, for
SyntaxError exceptions, it contains several lines that (when
printed) display detailed information about where the syntax
error occurred.
The message indicating which exception occurred is always the last
string in the list.
"""
# An instance should not have a meaningful value parameter, but
# sometimes does, particularly for string exceptions, such as
# >>> raise string1, string2 # deprecated
#
# Clear these out first because issubtype(string1, SyntaxError)
# would throw another exception and mask the original problem.
if (isinstance(etype, BaseException) or
isinstance(etype, types.InstanceType) or
etype is None or type(etype) is str):
return [_format_final_exc_line(etype, value)]
stype = etype.__name__
if not issubclass(etype, SyntaxError):
return [_format_final_exc_line(stype, value)]
# It was a syntax error; show exactly where the problem was found.
lines = []
try:
msg, (filename, lineno, offset, badline) = value.args
except Exception:
pass
else:
filename = filename or "<string>"
lines.append(' File "%s", line %d\n' % (filename, lineno))
if badline is not None:
if isinstance(badline, bytes): # python 2 only
badline = badline.decode('utf-8', 'replace')
lines.append(u' %s\n' % badline.strip())
if offset is not None:
caretspace = badline.rstrip('\n')[:offset].lstrip()
# non-space whitespace (likes tabs) must be kept for alignment
caretspace = ((c.isspace() and c or ' ') for c in caretspace)
# only three spaces to account for offset1 == pos 0
lines.append(' %s^\n' % ''.join(caretspace))
value = msg
lines.append(_format_final_exc_line(stype, value))
return lines
def _format_final_exc_line(etype, value):
"""Return a list of a single line -- normal case for format_exception_only"""
valuestr = _some_str(value)
if value is None or not valuestr:
line = "%s\n" % etype
else:
line = "%s: %s\n" % (etype, valuestr)
return line
def _some_str(value):
try:
return unicode(value)
except Exception:
try:
return str(value)
except Exception:
pass
return '<unprintable %s object>' % type(value).__name__
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from __future__ import generators
from bisect import bisect_right
import sys
import inspect, tokenize
import py
from types import ModuleType
cpy_compile = compile
try:
import _ast
from _ast import PyCF_ONLY_AST as _AST_FLAG
except ImportError:
_AST_FLAG = 0
_ast = None
class Source(object):
""" a immutable object holding a source code fragment,
possibly deindenting it.
"""
_compilecounter = 0
def __init__(self, *parts, **kwargs):
self.lines = lines = []
de = kwargs.get('deindent', True)
rstrip = kwargs.get('rstrip', True)
for part in parts:
if not part:
partlines = []
if isinstance(part, Source):
partlines = part.lines
elif isinstance(part, (tuple, list)):
partlines = [x.rstrip("\n") for x in part]
elif isinstance(part, py.builtin._basestring):
partlines = part.split('\n')
if rstrip:
while partlines:
if partlines[-1].strip():
break
partlines.pop()
else:
partlines = getsource(part, deindent=de).lines
if de:
partlines = deindent(partlines)
lines.extend(partlines)
def __eq__(self, other):
try:
return self.lines == other.lines
except AttributeError:
if isinstance(other, str):
return str(self) == other
return False
def __getitem__(self, key):
if isinstance(key, int):
return self.lines[key]
else:
if key.step not in (None, 1):
raise IndexError("cannot slice a Source with a step")
return self.__getslice__(key.start, key.stop)
def __len__(self):
return len(self.lines)
def __getslice__(self, start, end):
newsource = Source()
newsource.lines = self.lines[start:end]
return newsource
def strip(self):
""" return new source object with trailing
and leading blank lines removed.
"""
start, end = 0, len(self)
while start < end and not self.lines[start].strip():
start += 1
while end > start and not self.lines[end-1].strip():
end -= 1
source = Source()
source.lines[:] = self.lines[start:end]
return source
def putaround(self, before='', after='', indent=' ' * 4):
""" return a copy of the source object with
'before' and 'after' wrapped around it.
"""
before = Source(before)
after = Source(after)
newsource = Source()
lines = [ (indent + line) for line in self.lines]
newsource.lines = before.lines + lines + after.lines
return newsource
def indent(self, indent=' ' * 4):
""" return a copy of the source object with
all lines indented by the given indent-string.
"""
newsource = Source()
newsource.lines = [(indent+line) for line in self.lines]
return newsource
def getstatement(self, lineno, assertion=False):
""" return Source statement which contains the
given linenumber (counted from 0).
"""
start, end = self.getstatementrange(lineno, assertion)
return self[start:end]
def getstatementrange(self, lineno, assertion=False):
""" return (start, end) tuple which spans the minimal
statement region which containing the given lineno.
"""
if not (0 <= lineno < len(self)):
raise IndexError("lineno out of range")
ast, start, end = getstatementrange_ast(lineno, self)
return start, end
def deindent(self, offset=None):
""" return a new source object deindented by offset.
If offset is None then guess an indentation offset from
the first non-blank line. Subsequent lines which have a
lower indentation offset will be copied verbatim as
they are assumed to be part of multilines.
"""
# XXX maybe use the tokenizer to properly handle multiline
# strings etc.pp?
newsource = Source()
newsource.lines[:] = deindent(self.lines, offset)
return newsource
def isparseable(self, deindent=True):
""" return True if source is parseable, heuristically
deindenting it by default.
"""
try:
import parser
except ImportError:
syntax_checker = lambda x: compile(x, 'asd', 'exec')
else:
syntax_checker = parser.suite
if deindent:
source = str(self.deindent())
else:
source = str(self)
try:
#compile(source+'\n', "x", "exec")
syntax_checker(source+'\n')
except KeyboardInterrupt:
raise
except Exception:
return False
else:
return True
def __str__(self):
return "\n".join(self.lines)
def compile(self, filename=None, mode='exec',
flag=generators.compiler_flag,
dont_inherit=0, _genframe=None):
""" return compiled code object. if filename is None
invent an artificial filename which displays
the source/line position of the caller frame.
"""
if not filename or py.path.local(filename).check(file=0):
if _genframe is None:
_genframe = sys._getframe(1) # the caller
fn,lineno = _genframe.f_code.co_filename, _genframe.f_lineno
base = "<%d-codegen " % self._compilecounter
self.__class__._compilecounter += 1
if not filename:
filename = base + '%s:%d>' % (fn, lineno)
else:
filename = base + '%r %s:%d>' % (filename, fn, lineno)
source = "\n".join(self.lines) + '\n'
try:
co = cpy_compile(source, filename, mode, flag)
except SyntaxError:
ex = sys.exc_info()[1]
# re-represent syntax errors from parsing python strings
msglines = self.lines[:ex.lineno]
if ex.offset:
msglines.append(" "*ex.offset + '^')
msglines.append("(code was compiled probably from here: %s)" % filename)
newex = SyntaxError('\n'.join(msglines))
newex.offset = ex.offset
newex.lineno = ex.lineno
newex.text = ex.text
raise newex
else:
if flag & _AST_FLAG:
return co
lines = [(x + "\n") for x in self.lines]
if sys.version_info[0] >= 3:
# XXX py3's inspect.getsourcefile() checks for a module
# and a pep302 __loader__ ... we don't have a module
# at code compile-time so we need to fake it here
m = ModuleType("_pycodecompile_pseudo_module")
py.std.inspect.modulesbyfile[filename] = None
py.std.sys.modules[None] = m
m.__loader__ = 1
py.std.linecache.cache[filename] = (1, None, lines, filename)
return co
#
# public API shortcut functions
#
def compile_(source, filename=None, mode='exec', flags=
generators.compiler_flag, dont_inherit=0):
""" compile the given source to a raw code object,
and maintain an internal cache which allows later
retrieval of the source code for the code object
and any recursively created code objects.
"""
if _ast is not None and isinstance(source, _ast.AST):
# XXX should Source support having AST?
return cpy_compile(source, filename, mode, flags, dont_inherit)
_genframe = sys._getframe(1) # the caller
s = Source(source)
co = s.compile(filename, mode, flags, _genframe=_genframe)
return co
def getfslineno(obj):
""" Return source location (path, lineno) for the given object.
If the source cannot be determined return ("", -1)
"""
import _pytest._code
try:
code = _pytest._code.Code(obj)
except TypeError:
try:
fn = (py.std.inspect.getsourcefile(obj) or
py.std.inspect.getfile(obj))
except TypeError:
return "", -1
fspath = fn and py.path.local(fn) or None
lineno = -1
if fspath:
try:
_, lineno = findsource(obj)
except IOError:
pass
else:
fspath = code.path
lineno = code.firstlineno
assert isinstance(lineno, int)
return fspath, lineno
#
# helper functions
#
def findsource(obj):
try:
sourcelines, lineno = py.std.inspect.findsource(obj)
except py.builtin._sysex:
raise
except:
return None, -1
source = Source()
source.lines = [line.rstrip() for line in sourcelines]
return source, lineno
def getsource(obj, **kwargs):
import _pytest._code
obj = _pytest._code.getrawcode(obj)
try:
strsrc = inspect.getsource(obj)
except IndentationError:
strsrc = "\"Buggy python version consider upgrading, cannot get source\""
assert isinstance(strsrc, str)
return Source(strsrc, **kwargs)
def deindent(lines, offset=None):
if offset is None:
for line in lines:
line = line.expandtabs()
s = line.lstrip()
if s:
offset = len(line)-len(s)
break
else:
offset = 0
if offset == 0:
return list(lines)
newlines = []
def readline_generator(lines):
for line in lines:
yield line + '\n'
while True:
yield ''
it = readline_generator(lines)
try:
for _, _, (sline, _), (eline, _), _ in tokenize.generate_tokens(lambda: next(it)):
if sline > len(lines):
break # End of input reached
if sline > len(newlines):
line = lines[sline - 1].expandtabs()
if line.lstrip() and line[:offset].isspace():
line = line[offset:] # Deindent
newlines.append(line)
for i in range(sline, eline):
# Don't deindent continuing lines of
# multiline tokens (i.e. multiline strings)
newlines.append(lines[i])
except (IndentationError, tokenize.TokenError):
pass
# Add any lines we didn't see. E.g. if an exception was raised.
newlines.extend(lines[len(newlines):])
return newlines
def get_statement_startend2(lineno, node):
import ast
# flatten all statements and except handlers into one lineno-list
# AST's line numbers start indexing at 1
l = []
for x in ast.walk(node):
if isinstance(x, _ast.stmt) or isinstance(x, _ast.ExceptHandler):
l.append(x.lineno - 1)
for name in "finalbody", "orelse":
val = getattr(x, name, None)
if val:
# treat the finally/orelse part as its own statement
l.append(val[0].lineno - 1 - 1)
l.sort()
insert_index = bisect_right(l, lineno)
start = l[insert_index - 1]
if insert_index >= len(l):
end = None
else:
end = l[insert_index]
return start, end
def getstatementrange_ast(lineno, source, assertion=False, astnode=None):
if astnode is None:
content = str(source)
if sys.version_info < (2,7):
content += "\n"
try:
astnode = compile(content, "source", "exec", 1024) # 1024 for AST
except ValueError:
start, end = getstatementrange_old(lineno, source, assertion)
return None, start, end
start, end = get_statement_startend2(lineno, astnode)
# we need to correct the end:
# - ast-parsing strips comments
# - there might be empty lines
# - we might have lesser indented code blocks at the end
if end is None:
end = len(source.lines)
if end > start + 1:
# make sure we don't span differently indented code blocks
# by using the BlockFinder helper used which inspect.getsource() uses itself
block_finder = inspect.BlockFinder()
# if we start with an indented line, put blockfinder to "started" mode
block_finder.started = source.lines[start][0].isspace()
it = ((x + "\n") for x in source.lines[start:end])
try:
for tok in tokenize.generate_tokens(lambda: next(it)):
block_finder.tokeneater(*tok)
except (inspect.EndOfBlock, IndentationError):
end = block_finder.last + start
except Exception:
pass
# the end might still point to a comment or empty line, correct it
while end:
line = source.lines[end - 1].lstrip()
if line.startswith("#") or not line:
end -= 1
else:
break
return astnode, start, end
def getstatementrange_old(lineno, source, assertion=False):
""" return (start, end) tuple which spans the minimal
statement region which containing the given lineno.
raise an IndexError if no such statementrange can be found.
"""
# XXX this logic is only used on python2.4 and below
# 1. find the start of the statement
from codeop import compile_command
for start in range(lineno, -1, -1):
if assertion:
line = source.lines[start]
# the following lines are not fully tested, change with care
if 'super' in line and 'self' in line and '__init__' in line:
raise IndexError("likely a subclass")
if "assert" not in line and "raise" not in line:
continue
trylines = source.lines[start:lineno+1]
# quick hack to prepare parsing an indented line with
# compile_command() (which errors on "return" outside defs)
trylines.insert(0, 'def xxx():')
trysource = '\n '.join(trylines)
# ^ space here
try:
compile_command(trysource)
except (SyntaxError, OverflowError, ValueError):
continue
# 2. find the end of the statement
for end in range(lineno+1, len(source)+1):
trysource = source[start:end]
if trysource.isparseable():
return start, end
if end == start + 100: # XXX otherwise, it takes forever
break # XXX
raise SyntaxError("no valid source range around line %d " % (lineno,))
"""
imports symbols from vendored "pluggy" if available, otherwise
falls back to importing "pluggy" from the default namespace.
"""
try:
from _pytest.vendored_packages.pluggy import * # noqa
from _pytest.vendored_packages.pluggy import __version__ # noqa
except ImportError:
from pluggy import * # noqa
from pluggy import __version__ # noqa
......@@ -2,24 +2,37 @@
support for presenting detailed information in failing assertions.
"""
import py
import os
import sys
from _pytest.monkeypatch import monkeypatch
from _pytest.assertion import util
def pytest_addoption(parser):
group = parser.getgroup("debugconfig")
group.addoption('--assert', action="store", dest="assertmode",
group.addoption('--assert',
action="store",
dest="assertmode",
choices=("rewrite", "reinterp", "plain",),
default="rewrite", metavar="MODE",
help="""control assertion debugging tools.
'plain' performs no assertion debugging.
'reinterp' reinterprets assert statements after they failed to provide assertion expression information.
'rewrite' (the default) rewrites assert statements in test modules on import
to provide assert expression information. """)
group.addoption('--no-assert', action="store_true", default=False,
dest="noassert", help="DEPRECATED equivalent to --assert=plain")
group.addoption('--nomagic', '--no-magic', action="store_true",
default=False, help="DEPRECATED equivalent to --assert=plain")
default="rewrite",
metavar="MODE",
help="""control assertion debugging tools. 'plain'
performs no assertion debugging. 'reinterp'
reinterprets assert statements after they failed
to provide assertion expression information.
'rewrite' (the default) rewrites assert
statements in test modules on import to
provide assert expression information. """)
group.addoption('--no-assert',
action="store_true",
default=False,
dest="noassert",
help="DEPRECATED equivalent to --assert=plain")
group.addoption('--nomagic', '--no-magic',
action="store_true",
default=False,
help="DEPRECATED equivalent to --assert=plain")
class AssertionState:
"""State for the assertion plugin."""
......@@ -28,6 +41,7 @@ class AssertionState:
self.mode = mode
self.trace = config.trace.root.get("assertion")
def pytest_configure(config):
mode = config.getvalue("assertmode")
if config.getvalue("noassert") or config.getvalue("nomagic"):
......@@ -41,7 +55,7 @@ def pytest_configure(config):
# Both Jython and CPython 2.6.0 have AST bugs that make the
# assertion rewriting hook malfunction.