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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Copyright (C) 2010-2018 RhodeCode GmbH
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"""
Package for testing various lib/helper functions in rhodecode
"""
import datetime
import string
import mock
import pytest
from rhodecode.tests import no_newline_id_generator
from rhodecode.tests.utils import run_test_concurrently
from rhodecode.lib import rc_cache
from rhodecode.lib.helpers import InitialsGravatar
from rhodecode.lib.utils2 import AttributeDict
from rhodecode.model.db import Repository, CacheKey
def _urls_for_proto(proto):
return [
('%s://127.0.0.1' % proto, ['%s://' % proto, '127.0.0.1'],
'%s://127.0.0.1' % proto),
('%s://marcink@127.0.0.1' % proto, ['%s://' % proto, '127.0.0.1'],
'%s://127.0.0.1' % proto),
('%s://marcink:pass@127.0.0.1' % proto, ['%s://' % proto, '127.0.0.1'],
'%s://127.0.0.1' % proto),
('%s://127.0.0.1:8080' % proto, ['%s://' % proto, '127.0.0.1', '8080'],
'%s://127.0.0.1:8080' % proto),
('%s://domain.org' % proto, ['%s://' % proto, 'domain.org'],
'%s://domain.org' % proto),
('%s://user:pass@domain.org:8080' % proto,
['%s://' % proto, 'domain.org', '8080'],
'%s://domain.org:8080' % proto),
]
TEST_URLS = _urls_for_proto('http') + _urls_for_proto('https')
@pytest.mark.parametrize("test_url, expected, expected_creds", TEST_URLS)
def test_uri_filter(test_url, expected, expected_creds):
from rhodecode.lib.utils2 import uri_filter
assert uri_filter(test_url) == expected
@pytest.mark.parametrize("test_url, expected, expected_creds", TEST_URLS)
def test_credentials_filter(test_url, expected, expected_creds):
from rhodecode.lib.utils2 import credentials_filter
assert credentials_filter(test_url) == expected_creds
@pytest.mark.parametrize("str_bool, expected", [
('t', True),
('true', True),
('y', True),
('yes', True),
('on', True),
('1', True),
('Y', True),
('yeS', True),
('Y', True),
('TRUE', True),
('T', True),
('False', False),
('F', False),
('FALSE', False),
('0', False),
('-1', False),
('', False)
])
def test_str2bool(str_bool, expected):
from rhodecode.lib.utils2 import str2bool
assert str2bool(str_bool) == expected
@pytest.mark.parametrize("text, expected", reduce(lambda a1,a2:a1+a2, [
[
(pref+"", []),
(pref+"Hi there @marcink", ['marcink']),
(pref+"Hi there @marcink and @bob", ['bob', 'marcink']),
(pref+"Hi there @marcink\n", ['marcink']),
(pref+"Hi there @marcink and @bob\n", ['bob', 'marcink']),
(pref+"Hi there marcin@rhodecode.com", []),
(pref+"Hi there @john.malcovic and @bob\n", ['bob', 'john.malcovic']),
(pref+"This needs to be reviewed: (@marcink,@john)", ["john", "marcink"]),
(pref+"This needs to be reviewed: (@marcink, @john)", ["john", "marcink"]),
(pref+"This needs to be reviewed: [@marcink,@john]", ["john", "marcink"]),
(pref+"This needs to be reviewed: (@marcink @john)", ["john", "marcink"]),
(pref+"@john @mary, please review", ["john", "mary"]),
(pref+"@john,@mary, please review", ["john", "mary"]),
(pref+"Hej @123, @22john,@mary, please review", ['123', '22john', 'mary']),
(pref+"@first hi there @marcink here's my email marcin@email.com "
"@lukaszb check @one_more22 it pls @ ttwelve @D[] @one@two@three ", ['first', 'lukaszb', 'marcink', 'one', 'one_more22']),
(pref+"@MARCIN @maRCiN @2one_more22 @john please see this http://org.pl", ['2one_more22', 'john', 'MARCIN', 'maRCiN']),
(pref+"@marian.user just do it @marco-polo and next extract @marco_polo", ['marco-polo', 'marco_polo', 'marian.user']),
(pref+"user.dot hej ! not-needed maril@domain.org", []),
(pref+"\n@marcin", ['marcin']),
]
for pref in ['', '\n', 'hi !', '\t', '\n\n']]), ids=no_newline_id_generator)
def test_mention_extractor(text, expected):
from rhodecode.lib.utils2 import extract_mentioned_users
got = extract_mentioned_users(text)
assert sorted(got, key=lambda x: x.lower()) == got
assert set(expected) == set(got)
@pytest.mark.parametrize("age_args, expected, kw", [
({}, u'just now', {}),
({'seconds': -1}, u'1 second ago', {}),
({'seconds': -60 * 2}, u'2 minutes ago', {}),
({'hours': -1}, u'1 hour ago', {}),
({'hours': -24}, u'1 day ago', {}),
({'hours': -24 * 5}, u'5 days ago', {}),
({'months': -1}, u'1 month ago', {}),
({'months': -1, 'days': -2}, u'1 month and 2 days ago', {}),
({'years': -1, 'months': -1}, u'1 year and 1 month ago', {}),
({}, u'just now', {'short_format': True}),
({'seconds': -1}, u'1sec ago', {'short_format': True}),
({'seconds': -60 * 2}, u'2min ago', {'short_format': True}),
({'hours': -1}, u'1h ago', {'short_format': True}),
({'hours': -24}, u'1d ago', {'short_format': True}),
({'hours': -24 * 5}, u'5d ago', {'short_format': True}),
({'months': -1}, u'1m ago', {'short_format': True}),
({'months': -1, 'days': -2}, u'1m, 2d ago', {'short_format': True}),
({'years': -1, 'months': -1}, u'1y, 1m ago', {'short_format': True}),
])
def test_age(age_args, expected, kw, baseapp):
from rhodecode.lib.utils2 import age
from dateutil import relativedelta
n = datetime.datetime(year=2012, month=5, day=17)
delt = lambda *args, **kwargs: relativedelta.relativedelta(*args, **kwargs)
def translate(elem):
return elem.interpolate()
assert translate(age(n + delt(**age_args), now=n, **kw)) == expected
@pytest.mark.parametrize("age_args, expected, kw", [
({}, u'just now', {}),
({'seconds': 1}, u'in 1 second', {}),
({'seconds': 60 * 2}, u'in 2 minutes', {}),
({'hours': 1}, u'in 1 hour', {}),
({'hours': 24}, u'in 1 day', {}),
({'hours': 24 * 5}, u'in 5 days', {}),
({'months': 1}, u'in 1 month', {}),
({'months': 1, 'days': 1}, u'in 1 month and 1 day', {}),
({'years': 1, 'months': 1}, u'in 1 year and 1 month', {}),
({}, u'just now', {'short_format': True}),
({'seconds': 1}, u'in 1sec', {'short_format': True}),
({'seconds': 60 * 2}, u'in 2min', {'short_format': True}),
({'hours': 1}, u'in 1h', {'short_format': True}),
({'hours': 24}, u'in 1d', {'short_format': True}),
({'hours': 24 * 5}, u'in 5d', {'short_format': True}),
({'months': 1}, u'in 1m', {'short_format': True}),
({'months': 1, 'days': 1}, u'in 1m, 1d', {'short_format': True}),
({'years': 1, 'months': 1}, u'in 1y, 1m', {'short_format': True}),
])
def test_age_in_future(age_args, expected, kw, baseapp):
from rhodecode.lib.utils2 import age
from dateutil import relativedelta
n = datetime.datetime(year=2012, month=5, day=17)
delt = lambda *args, **kwargs: relativedelta.relativedelta(*args, **kwargs)
def translate(elem):
return elem.interpolate()
assert translate(age(n + delt(**age_args), now=n, **kw)) == expected
@pytest.mark.parametrize("sample, expected_tags", [
# entry
((
""
),
[
]),
# entry
((
"hello world [stale]"
),
[
('state', '[stale]'),
]),
# entry
((
"hello world [v2.0.0] [v1.0.0]"
),
[
('generic', '[v2.0.0]'),
('generic', '[v1.0.0]'),
]),
# entry
((
"he[ll]o wo[rl]d"
),
[
('label', '[ll]'),
('label', '[rl]'),
]),
# entry
((
"hello world [stale]\n[featured]\n[stale] [dead] [dev]"
),
[
('state', '[stale]'),
('state', '[featured]'),
('state', '[stale]'),
('state', '[dead]'),
('state', '[dev]'),
]),
# entry
((
"hello world \n\n [stale] \n [url =&gt; [name](http://rc.com)]"
),
[
('state', '[stale]'),
('url', '[url =&gt; [name](http://rc.com)]'),
]),
# entry
((
"[url =&gt; [linkNameJS](javascript:alert(document.domain))]\n"
"[url =&gt; [linkNameHTTP](http://rhodecode.com)]\n"
"[url =&gt; [linkNameHTTPS](https://rhodecode.com)]\n"
"[url =&gt; [linkNamePath](/repo_group)]\n"
),
[
('generic', '[linkNameJS]'),
('url', '[url =&gt; [linkNameHTTP](http://rhodecode.com)]'),
('url', '[url =&gt; [linkNameHTTPS](https://rhodecode.com)]'),
('url', '[url =&gt; [linkNamePath](/repo_group)]'),
]),
# entry
((
"hello pta[tag] gog [[]] [[] sda ero[or]d [me =&gt;>< sa]"
"[requires] [stale] [see<>=&gt;] [see =&gt; http://url.com]"
"[requires =&gt; url] [lang =&gt; python] [just a tag] "
"<html_tag first='abc' attr=\"my.url?attr=&another=\"></html_tag>"
"[,d] [ =&gt; ULR ] [obsolete] [desc]]"
),
[
('label', '[desc]'),
('label', '[obsolete]'),
('label', '[or]'),
('label', '[requires]'),
('label', '[tag]'),
('state', '[stale]'),
('lang', '[lang =&gt; python]'),
('ref', '[requires =&gt; url]'),
('see', '[see =&gt; http://url.com]'),
]),
], ids=no_newline_id_generator)
def test_metatag_extraction(sample, expected_tags):
from rhodecode.lib.helpers import extract_metatags
tags, value = extract_metatags(sample)
assert sorted(tags) == sorted(expected_tags)
@pytest.mark.parametrize("tag_data, expected_html", [
(('state', '[stable]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="state stable">stable</div>'),
(('state', '[stale]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="state stale">stale</div>'),
(('state', '[featured]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="state featured">featured</div>'),
(('state', '[dev]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="state dev">dev</div>'),
(('state', '[dead]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="state dead">dead</div>'),
(('label', '[personal]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="label">personal</div>'),
(('generic', '[v2.0.0]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="generic">v2.0.0</div>'),
(('lang', '[lang =&gt; JavaScript]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="lang">JavaScript</div>'),
(('lang', '[lang =&gt; C++]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="lang">C++</div>'),
(('lang', '[lang =&gt; C#]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="lang">C#</div>'),
(('lang', '[lang =&gt; Delphi/Object]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="lang">Delphi/Object</div>'),
(('lang', '[lang =&gt; Objective-C]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="lang">Objective-C</div>'),
(('lang', '[lang =&gt; .NET]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="lang">.NET</div>'),
(('license', '[license =&gt; BSD 3-clause]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="license"><a href="http:\/\/www.opensource.org/licenses/BSD 3-clause">BSD 3-clause</a></div>'),
(('license', '[license =&gt; GPLv3]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="license"><a href="http:\/\/www.opensource.org/licenses/GPLv3">GPLv3</a></div>'),
(('license', '[license =&gt; MIT]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="license"><a href="http:\/\/www.opensource.org/licenses/MIT">MIT</a></div>'),
(('license', '[license =&gt; AGPLv3]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="license"><a href="http:\/\/www.opensource.org/licenses/AGPLv3">AGPLv3</a></div>'),
(('ref', '[requires =&gt; RepoName]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="ref requires">requires: <a href="/RepoName">RepoName</a></div>'),
(('ref', '[recommends =&gt; GroupName]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="ref recommends">recommends: <a href="/GroupName">GroupName</a></div>'),
(('ref', '[conflicts =&gt; SomeName]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="ref conflicts">conflicts: <a href="/SomeName">SomeName</a></div>'),
(('ref', '[base =&gt; SomeName]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="ref base">base: <a href="/SomeName">SomeName</a></div>'),
(('see', '[see =&gt; http://rhodecode.com]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="see">see: http://rhodecode.com </div>'),
(('url', '[url =&gt; [linkName](https://rhodecode.com)]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="url"> <a href="https://rhodecode.com">linkName</a> </div>'),
(('url', '[url =&gt; [example link](https://rhodecode.com)]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="url"> <a href="https://rhodecode.com">example link</a> </div>'),
(('url', '[url =&gt; [v1.0.0](https://rhodecode.com)]'), '<div class="metatag" tag="url"> <a href="https://rhodecode.com">v1.0.0</a> </div>'),
])
def test_metatags_stylize(tag_data, expected_html):
from rhodecode.lib.helpers import style_metatag
tag_type,value = tag_data
assert style_metatag(tag_type, value) == expected_html
@pytest.mark.parametrize("tmpl_url, email, expected", [
('http://test.com/{email}', 'test@foo.com', 'http://test.com/test@foo.com'),
('http://test.com/{md5email}', 'test@foo.com', 'http://test.com/3cb7232fcc48743000cb86d0d5022bd9'),
('http://test.com/{md5email}', 'testąć@foo.com', 'http://test.com/978debb907a3c55cd741872ab293ef30'),
('http://testX.com/{md5email}?s={size}', 'test@foo.com', 'http://testX.com/3cb7232fcc48743000cb86d0d5022bd9?s=24'),
('http://testX.com/{md5email}?s={size}', 'testąć@foo.com', 'http://testX.com/978debb907a3c55cd741872ab293ef30?s=24'),
('{scheme}://{netloc}/{md5email}/{size}', 'test@foo.com', 'https://server.com/3cb7232fcc48743000cb86d0d5022bd9/24'),
('{scheme}://{netloc}/{md5email}/{size}', 'testąć@foo.com', 'https://server.com/978debb907a3c55cd741872ab293ef30/24'),
('http://test.com/{email}', 'testąć@foo.com', 'http://test.com/testąć@foo.com'),
('http://test.com/{email}?size={size}', 'test@foo.com', 'http://test.com/test@foo.com?size=24'),
('http://test.com/{email}?size={size}', 'testąć@foo.com', 'http://test.com/testąć@foo.com?size=24'),
])
def test_gravatar_url_builder(tmpl_url, email, expected, request_stub):
from rhodecode.lib.helpers import gravatar_url
def fake_tmpl_context(_url):
_c = AttributeDict()
_c.visual = AttributeDict()
_c.visual.use_gravatar = True
_c.visual.gravatar_url = _url
return _c
# mock pyramid.threadlocals
def fake_get_current_request():
request_stub.scheme = 'https'
request_stub.host = 'server.com'
request_stub._call_context = fake_tmpl_context(tmpl_url)
return request_stub
with mock.patch('rhodecode.lib.helpers.get_current_request',
fake_get_current_request):
grav = gravatar_url(email_address=email, size=24)
assert grav == expected
@pytest.mark.parametrize(
"email, first_name, last_name, expected_initials, expected_color", [
('test@rhodecode.com', '', '', 'TR', '#8a994d'),
('marcin.kuzminski@rhodecode.com', '', '', 'MK', '#6559b3'),
# special cases of email
('john.van.dam@rhodecode.com', '', '', 'JD', '#526600'),
('Guido.van.Rossum@rhodecode.com', '', '', 'GR', '#990052'),
('Guido.van.Rossum@rhodecode.com', 'Guido', 'Van Rossum', 'GR', '#990052'),
('rhodecode+Guido.van.Rossum@rhodecode.com', '', '', 'RR', '#46598c'),
('pclouds@rhodecode.com', 'Nguyễn Thái', 'Tgọc Duy', 'ND', '#665200'),
('john-brown@foo.com', '', '', 'JF', '#73006b'),
('admin@rhodecode.com', 'Marcin', 'Kuzminski', 'MK', '#104036'),
# partials
('admin@rhodecode.com', 'Marcin', '', 'MR', '#104036'), # fn+email
('admin@rhodecode.com', '', 'Kuzminski', 'AK', '#104036'), # em+ln
# non-ascii
('admin@rhodecode.com', 'Marcin', 'Śuzminski', 'MS', '#104036'),
('marcin.śuzminski@rhodecode.com', '', '', 'MS', '#73000f'),
# special cases, LDAP can provide those...
('admin@', 'Marcin', 'Śuzminski', 'MS', '#aa00ff'),
('marcin.śuzminski', '', '', 'MS', '#402020'),
('null', '', '', 'NL', '#8c4646'),
('some.@abc.com', 'some', '', 'SA', '#664e33')
])
def test_initials_gravatar_pick_of_initials_and_color_algo(
email, first_name, last_name, expected_initials, expected_color):
instance = InitialsGravatar(email, first_name, last_name)
assert instance.get_initials() == expected_initials
assert instance.str2color(email) == expected_color
def test_initials_gravatar_mapping_algo():
pos = set()
instance = InitialsGravatar('', '', '')
iterations = 0
variations = []
for letter1 in string.ascii_letters:
for letter2 in string.ascii_letters[::-1][:10]:
for letter3 in string.ascii_letters[:10]:
variations.append(
'%s@rhodecode.com' % (letter1+letter2+letter3))
max_variations = 4096
for email in variations[:max_variations]:
iterations += 1
pos.add(
instance.pick_color_bank_index(email,
instance.get_color_bank()))
# we assume that we have match all 256 possible positions,
# in reasonable amount of different email addresses
assert len(pos) == 256
assert iterations == max_variations
@pytest.mark.parametrize("tmpl, repo_name, overrides, prefix, expected", [
(Repository.DEFAULT_CLONE_URI, 'group/repo1', {}, '', 'http://vps1:8000/group/repo1'),
(Repository.DEFAULT_CLONE_URI, 'group/repo1', {'user': 'marcink'}, '', 'http://marcink@vps1:8000/group/repo1'),
(Repository.DEFAULT_CLONE_URI, 'group/repo1', {}, '/rc', 'http://vps1:8000/rc/group/repo1'),
(Repository.DEFAULT_CLONE_URI, 'group/repo1', {'user': 'user'}, '/rc', 'http://user@vps1:8000/rc/group/repo1'),
(Repository.DEFAULT_CLONE_URI, 'group/repo1', {'user': 'marcink'}, '/rc', 'http://marcink@vps1:8000/rc/group/repo1'),
(Repository.DEFAULT_CLONE_URI, 'group/repo1', {'user': 'user'}, '/rc/', 'http://user@vps1:8000/rc/group/repo1'),
(Repository.DEFAULT_CLONE_URI, 'group/repo1', {'user': 'marcink'}, '/rc/', 'http://marcink@vps1:8000/rc/group/repo1'),
('{scheme}://{user}@{netloc}/_{repoid}', 'group/repo1', {}, '', 'http://vps1:8000/_23'),
('{scheme}://{user}@{netloc}/_{repoid}', 'group/repo1', {'user': 'marcink'}, '', 'http://marcink@vps1:8000/_23'),
('http://{user}@{netloc}/_{repoid}', 'group/repo1', {'user': 'marcink'}, '', 'http://marcink@vps1:8000/_23'),
('http://{netloc}/_{repoid}', 'group/repo1', {'user': 'marcink'}, '', 'http://vps1:8000/_23'),
('https://{user}@proxy1.server.com/{repo}', 'group/repo1', {'user': 'marcink'}, '', 'https://marcink@proxy1.server.com/group/repo1'),
('https://{user}@proxy1.server.com/{repo}', 'group/repo1', {}, '', 'https://proxy1.server.com/group/repo1'),
('https://proxy1.server.com/{user}/{repo}', 'group/repo1', {'user': 'marcink'}, '', 'https://proxy1.server.com/marcink/group/repo1'),
])
def test_clone_url_generator(tmpl, repo_name, overrides, prefix, expected):
from rhodecode.lib.utils2 import get_clone_url
class RequestStub(object):
def request_url(self, name):
return 'http://vps1:8000' + prefix
def route_url(self, name):
return self.request_url(name)
clone_url = get_clone_url(
request=RequestStub(),
uri_tmpl=tmpl,
repo_name=repo_name, repo_id=23, **overrides)
assert clone_url == expected
def _quick_url(text, tmpl="""<a class="revision-link" href="%s">%s</a>""", url_=None):
"""
Changes `some text url[foo]` => `some text <a href="/">foo</a>
:param text:
"""
import re
# quickly change expected url[] into a link
URL_PAT = re.compile(r'(?:url\[)(.+?)(?:\])')
def url_func(match_obj):
_url = match_obj.groups()[0]
return tmpl % (url_ or '/some-url', _url)
return URL_PAT.sub(url_func, text)
@pytest.mark.parametrize("sample, expected", [
("",
""),
("git-svn-id: https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/libcloud/trunk@1441655 13f79535-47bb-0310-9956-ffa450edef68",
"git-svn-id: https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/libcloud/trunk@1441655 13f79535-47bb-0310-9956-ffa450edef68"),
("from rev 000000000000",
"from rev url[000000000000]"),
("from rev 000000000000123123 also rev 000000000000",
"from rev url[000000000000123123] also rev url[000000000000]"),
("this should-000 00",
"this should-000 00"),
("longtextffffffffff rev 123123123123",
"longtextffffffffff rev url[123123123123]"),
("rev ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff",
"rev ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff"),
("ffffffffffff some text traalaa",
"url[ffffffffffff] some text traalaa"),
("""Multi line
123123123123
some text 123123123123
sometimes !
""",
"""Multi line
url[123123123123]
some text url[123123123123]
sometimes !
""")
], ids=no_newline_id_generator)
def test_urlify_commits(sample, expected):
def fake_url(self, *args, **kwargs):
return '/some-url'
expected = _quick_url(expected)
with mock.patch('rhodecode.lib.helpers.route_url', fake_url):
from rhodecode.lib.helpers import urlify_commits
assert urlify_commits(sample, 'repo_name') == expected
@pytest.mark.parametrize("sample, expected, url_", [
("",
"",
""),
("https://svn.apache.org/repos",
"url[https://svn.apache.org/repos]",
"https://svn.apache.org/repos"),
("http://svn.apache.org/repos",
"url[http://svn.apache.org/repos]",
"http://svn.apache.org/repos"),
("from rev a also rev http://google.com",
"from rev a also rev url[http://google.com]",
"http://google.com"),
("""Multi line
https://foo.bar.com
some text lalala""",
"""Multi line
url[https://foo.bar.com]
some text lalala""",
"https://foo.bar.com")
], ids=no_newline_id_generator)
def test_urlify_test(sample, expected, url_):
from rhodecode.lib.helpers import urlify_text
expected = _quick_url(expected, tmpl="""<a href="%s">%s</a>""", url_=url_)
assert urlify_text(sample) == expected
@pytest.mark.parametrize("test, expected", [
("", None),
("/_2", '2'),
("_2", '2'),
("/_2/", '2'),
("_2/", '2'),
("/_21", '21'),
("_21", '21'),
("/_21/", '21'),
("_21/", '21'),
("/_21/foobar", '21'),
("_21/121", '21'),
("/_21/_12", '21'),
("_21/rc/foo", '21'),
])
def test_get_repo_by_id(test, expected):
from rhodecode.model.repo import RepoModel
_test = RepoModel()._extract_id_from_repo_name(test)
assert _test == expected
def test_invalidation_context(baseapp):
repo_id = 9999
cache_namespace_uid = 'cache_repo_instance.{}_{}'.format(
repo_id, CacheKey.CACHE_TYPE_README)
invalidation_namespace = CacheKey.REPO_INVALIDATION_NAMESPACE.format(
repo_id=repo_id)
region = rc_cache.get_or_create_region('cache_repo_longterm', cache_namespace_uid)
calls = [1, 2]
@region.conditional_cache_on_arguments(namespace=cache_namespace_uid)
def _dummy_func(cache_key):
val = calls.pop(0)
return 'result:{}'.format(val)
inv_context_manager = rc_cache.InvalidationContext(
uid=cache_namespace_uid, invalidation_namespace=invalidation_namespace)
# 1st call, fresh caches
with inv_context_manager as invalidation_context:
should_invalidate = invalidation_context.should_invalidate()
if should_invalidate:
result = _dummy_func.refresh('some-key')
else:
result = _dummy_func('some-key')
assert isinstance(invalidation_context, rc_cache.FreshRegionCache)
assert should_invalidate is True
assert 'result:1' == result
# should be cached so calling it twice will give the same result !
result = _dummy_func('some-key')
assert 'result:1' == result
# 2nd call, we create a new context manager, this should be now key aware, and
# return an active cache region
with inv_context_manager as invalidation_context:
should_invalidate = invalidation_context.should_invalidate()
assert isinstance(invalidation_context, rc_cache.ActiveRegionCache)
assert should_invalidate is False
# Mark invalidation
CacheKey.set_invalidate(invalidation_namespace)
# 3nd call, fresh caches
with inv_context_manager as invalidation_context:
should_invalidate = invalidation_context.should_invalidate()
if should_invalidate:
result = _dummy_func.refresh('some-key')
else:
result = _dummy_func('some-key')
assert isinstance(invalidation_context, rc_cache.FreshRegionCache)
assert should_invalidate is True
assert 'result:2' == result
# cached again, same result
result = _dummy_func('some-key')
assert 'result:2' == result
def test_invalidation_context_exception_in_compute(baseapp):
repo_id = 888
cache_namespace_uid = 'cache_repo_instance.{}_{}'.format(
repo_id, CacheKey.CACHE_TYPE_README)
invalidation_namespace = CacheKey.REPO_INVALIDATION_NAMESPACE.format(
repo_id=repo_id)
region = rc_cache.get_or_create_region('cache_repo_longterm', cache_namespace_uid)
@region.conditional_cache_on_arguments(namespace=cache_namespace_uid)
def _dummy_func(cache_key):
raise Exception('Error in cache func')
with pytest.raises(Exception):
inv_context_manager = rc_cache.InvalidationContext(
uid=cache_namespace_uid, invalidation_namespace=invalidation_namespace)
# 1st call, fresh caches
with inv_context_manager as invalidation_context:
should_invalidate = invalidation_context.should_invalidate()
if should_invalidate:
_dummy_func.refresh('some-key-2')
else:
_dummy_func('some-key-2')
@pytest.mark.parametrize('execution_number', range(5))
def test_cache_invalidation_race_condition(execution_number, baseapp):
import time
repo_id = 777
cache_namespace_uid = 'cache_repo_instance.{}_{}'.format(
repo_id, CacheKey.CACHE_TYPE_README)
invalidation_namespace = CacheKey.REPO_INVALIDATION_NAMESPACE.format(
repo_id=repo_id)
region = rc_cache.get_or_create_region('cache_repo_longterm', cache_namespace_uid)
@run_test_concurrently(25)
def test_create_and_delete_cache_keys():
time.sleep(0.2)
@region.conditional_cache_on_arguments(namespace=cache_namespace_uid)
def _dummy_func(cache_key):
val = 'async'
return 'result:{}'.format(val)
inv_context_manager = rc_cache.InvalidationContext(
uid=cache_namespace_uid, invalidation_namespace=invalidation_namespace)
# 1st call, fresh caches
with inv_context_manager as invalidation_context:
should_invalidate = invalidation_context.should_invalidate()
if should_invalidate:
_dummy_func.refresh('some-key-3')
else:
_dummy_func('some-key-3')
# Mark invalidation
CacheKey.set_invalidate(invalidation_namespace)
test_create_and_delete_cache_keys()