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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Copyright (C) 2010-2018 RhodeCode GmbH
#
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"""
Base for test suite for making push/pull operations.
.. important::
You must have git >= 1.8.5 for tests to work fine. With 68b939b git started
to redirect things to stderr instead of stdout.
"""
from os.path import join as jn
from subprocess32 import Popen, PIPE
import logging
import os
import tempfile
from rhodecode.tests import GIT_REPO, HG_REPO
DEBUG = True
RC_LOG = os.path.join(tempfile.gettempdir(), 'rc.log')
REPO_GROUP = 'a_repo_group'
HG_REPO_WITH_GROUP = '%s/%s' % (REPO_GROUP, HG_REPO)
GIT_REPO_WITH_GROUP = '%s/%s' % (REPO_GROUP, GIT_REPO)
log = logging.getLogger(__name__)
class Command(object):
def __init__(self, cwd):
self.cwd = cwd
self.process = None
def execute(self, cmd, *args):
"""
Runs command on the system with given ``args``.
"""
command = cmd + ' ' + ' '.join(args)
if DEBUG:
log.debug('*** CMD %s ***', command)
env = dict(os.environ)
# Delete coverage variables, as they make the test fail for Mercurial
for key in env.keys():
if key.startswith('COV_CORE_'):
del env[key]
self.process = Popen(command, shell=True, stdout=PIPE, stderr=PIPE,
cwd=self.cwd, env=env)
stdout, stderr = self.process.communicate()
if DEBUG:
log.debug('STDOUT:%s', stdout)
log.debug('STDERR:%s', stderr)
return stdout, stderr
def assert_returncode_success(self):
assert self.process.returncode == 0
def _add_files(vcs, dest, clone_url=None, tags=None, target_branch=None,
new_branch=False, **kwargs):
git_ident = "git config user.name {} && git config user.email {}".format(
'Marcin Kuźminski', 'me@email.com')
cwd = path = jn(dest)
tags = tags or []
added_file = jn(path, '%ssetup.py' % tempfile._RandomNameSequence().next())
Command(cwd).execute('touch %s' % added_file)
Command(cwd).execute('%s add %s' % (vcs, added_file))
author_str = 'Marcin Kuźminski <me@email.com>'
for i in range(kwargs.get('files_no', 3)):
cmd = """echo 'added_line%s' >> %s""" % (i, added_file)
Command(cwd).execute(cmd)
if vcs == 'hg':
cmd = """hg commit -m 'commited new %s' -u '%s' %s """ % (
i, author_str, added_file
)
elif vcs == 'git':
cmd = """%s && git commit -m 'commited new %s' %s""" % (
git_ident, i, added_file)
Command(cwd).execute(cmd)
for tag in tags:
if vcs == 'hg':
Command(cwd).execute(
'hg tag', tag['name'])
elif vcs == 'git':
if tag['commit']:
# annotated tag
_stdout, _stderr = Command(cwd).execute(
"""%s && git tag -a %s -m "%s" """ % (
git_ident, tag['name'], tag['commit']))
else:
# lightweight tag
_stdout, _stderr = Command(cwd).execute(
"""%s && git tag %s""" % (
git_ident, tag['name']))
def _add_files_and_push(vcs, dest, clone_url=None, tags=None, target_branch=None,
new_branch=False, **kwargs):
"""
Generate some files, add it to DEST repo and push back
vcs is git or hg and defines what VCS we want to make those files for
"""
git_ident = "git config user.name {} && git config user.email {}".format(
'Marcin Kuźminski', 'me@email.com')
cwd = path = jn(dest)
# commit some stuff into this repo
_add_files(vcs, dest, clone_url, tags, target_branch, new_branch, **kwargs)
default_target_branch = {
'git': 'master',
'hg': 'default'
}.get(vcs)
target_branch = target_branch or default_target_branch
# PUSH it back
stdout = stderr = None
if vcs == 'hg':
maybe_new_branch = ''
if new_branch:
maybe_new_branch = '--new-branch'
stdout, stderr = Command(cwd).execute(
'hg push --verbose {} -r {} {}'.format(maybe_new_branch, target_branch, clone_url)
)
elif vcs == 'git':
stdout, stderr = Command(cwd).execute(
"""{} &&
git push --verbose --tags {} {}""".format(git_ident, clone_url, target_branch)
)
return stdout, stderr
def _check_proper_git_push(
stdout, stderr, branch='master', should_set_default_branch=False):
# Note: Git is writing most information to stderr intentionally
assert 'fatal' not in stderr
assert 'rejected' not in stderr
assert 'Pushing to' in stderr
assert '%s -> %s' % (branch, branch) in stderr
if should_set_default_branch:
assert "Setting default branch to %s" % branch in stderr
else:
assert "Setting default branch" not in stderr
def _check_proper_hg_push(stdout, stderr, branch='default'):
assert 'pushing to' in stdout
assert 'searching for changes' in stdout
assert 'abort:' not in stderr
def _check_proper_clone(stdout, stderr, vcs):
if vcs == 'hg':
assert 'requesting all changes' in stdout
assert 'adding changesets' in stdout
assert 'adding manifests' in stdout
assert 'adding file changes' in stdout
assert stderr == ''
if vcs == 'git':
assert '' == stdout
assert 'Cloning into' in stderr
assert 'abort:' not in stderr
assert 'fatal:' not in stderr