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"""pytest configuration
Extends output capture as needed by pybind11: ignore constructors, optional unordered lines.
Adds docstring and exceptions message sanitizers: ignore Python 2 vs 3 differences.
import pytest
import textwrap
import difflib
import re
import sys
import contextlib
import platform
import gc
_unicode_marker = re.compile(r'u(\'[^\']*\')')
_long_marker = re.compile(r'([0-9])L')
_hexadecimal = re.compile(r'0x[0-9a-fA-F]+')
def _strip_and_dedent(s):
"""For triple-quote strings"""
return textwrap.dedent(s.lstrip('\n').rstrip())
def _split_and_sort(s):
"""For output which does not require specific line order"""
return sorted(_strip_and_dedent(s).splitlines())
def _make_explanation(a, b):
"""Explanation for a failed assert -- the a and b arguments are List[str]"""
return ["--- actual / +++ expected"] + [line.strip('\n') for line in difflib.ndiff(a, b)]
class Output(object):
"""Basic output post-processing and comparison"""
def __init__(self, string):
self.string = string
self.explanation = []
def __str__(self):
return self.string
def __eq__(self, other):
# Ignore constructor/destructor output which is prefixed with "###"
a = [line for line in self.string.strip().splitlines() if not line.startswith("###")]
b = _strip_and_dedent(other).splitlines()
if a == b:
return True
self.explanation = _make_explanation(a, b)
return False
class Unordered(Output):
"""Custom comparison for output without strict line ordering"""
def __eq__(self, other):
a = _split_and_sort(self.string)
b = _split_and_sort(other)
if a == b:
return True
self.explanation = _make_explanation(a, b)
return False
class Capture(object):
def __init__(self, capfd):
self.capfd = capfd
self.out = ""
self.err = ""
def __enter__(self):
return self
def __exit__(self, *_):
self.out, self.err = self.capfd.readouterr()
def __eq__(self, other):
a = Output(self.out)
b = other
if a == b:
return True
self.explanation = a.explanation
return False
def __str__(self):
return self.out
def __contains__(self, item):
return item in self.out
def unordered(self):
return Unordered(self.out)
def stderr(self):
return Output(self.err)
def capture(capsys):
"""Extended `capsys` with context manager and custom equality operators"""
return Capture(capsys)
class SanitizedString(object):
def __init__(self, sanitizer):
self.sanitizer = sanitizer
self.string = ""
self.explanation = []
def __call__(self, thing):
self.string = self.sanitizer(thing)
return self
def __eq__(self, other):
a = self.string
b = _strip_and_dedent(other)
if a == b:
return True
self.explanation = _make_explanation(a.splitlines(), b.splitlines())
return False
def _sanitize_general(s):
s = s.strip()
s = s.replace("pybind11_tests.", "m.")
s = s.replace("unicode", "str")
s = _long_marker.sub(r"\1", s)
s = _unicode_marker.sub(r"\1", s)
return s
def _sanitize_docstring(thing):
s = thing.__doc__
s = _sanitize_general(s)
return s
def doc():
"""Sanitize docstrings and add custom failure explanation"""
return SanitizedString(_sanitize_docstring)
def _sanitize_message(thing):
s = str(thing)
s = _sanitize_general(s)
s = _hexadecimal.sub("0", s)
return s
def msg():
"""Sanitize messages and add custom failure explanation"""
return SanitizedString(_sanitize_message)
# noinspection PyUnusedLocal
def pytest_assertrepr_compare(op, left, right):
"""Hook to insert custom failure explanation"""
if hasattr(left, 'explanation'):
return left.explanation
def suppress(exception):
"""Suppress the desired exception"""
except exception:
def gc_collect():
''' Run the garbage collector twice (needed when running
reference counting tests with PyPy) '''
def pytest_namespace():
"""Add import suppression and test requirements to `pytest` namespace"""
import numpy as np
except ImportError:
np = None
import scipy
except ImportError:
scipy = None
from pybind11_tests.eigen import have_eigen
except ImportError:
have_eigen = False
pypy = platform.python_implementation() == "PyPy"
skipif = pytest.mark.skipif
return {
'suppress': suppress,
'requires_numpy': skipif(not np, reason="numpy is not installed"),
'requires_scipy': skipif(not np, reason="scipy is not installed"),
'requires_eigen_and_numpy': skipif(not have_eigen or not np,
reason="eigen and/or numpy are not installed"),
'requires_eigen_and_scipy': skipif(not have_eigen or not scipy,
reason="eigen and/or scipy are not installed"),
'unsupported_on_pypy': skipif(pypy, reason="unsupported on PyPy"),
'unsupported_on_py2': skipif(sys.version_info.major < 3,
reason="unsupported on Python 2.x"),
'gc_collect': gc_collect
def _test_import_pybind11():
"""Early diagnostic for test module initialization errors
When there is an error during initialization, the first import will report the
real error while all subsequent imports will report nonsense. This import test
is done early (in the pytest configuration file, before any tests) in order to
avoid the noise of having all tests fail with identical error messages.
Any possible exception is caught here and reported manually *without* the stack
trace. This further reduces noise since the trace would only show pytest internals
which are not useful for debugging pybind11 module issues.
# noinspection PyBroadException
import pybind11_tests # noqa: F401 imported but unused
except Exception as e:
print("Failed to import pybind11_tests from pytest:")
print(" {}: {}".format(type(e).__name__, e))