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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Copyright (C) 2010-2018 RhodeCode GmbH
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"""
py.test config 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.
"""
import os
import tempfile
import textwrap
import pytest
from rhodecode import events
from rhodecode.model.db import Integration, UserRepoToPerm, Permission, \
UserToRepoBranchPermission, User
from rhodecode.model.integration import IntegrationModel
from rhodecode.model.db import Repository
from rhodecode.model.meta import Session
from rhodecode.model.settings import SettingsModel
from rhodecode.integrations.types.webhook import WebhookIntegrationType
from rhodecode.tests import GIT_REPO, HG_REPO
from rhodecode.tests.fixture import Fixture
from rhodecode.tests.server_utils import RcWebServer
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)
@pytest.fixture(scope="module")
def rcextensions(request, db_connection, tmpdir_factory):
"""
Installs a testing rcextensions pack to ensure they work as expected.
"""
init_content = textwrap.dedent("""
# Forward import the example rcextensions to make it
# active for our tests.
from rhodecode.tests.other.example_rcextensions import *
""")
# Note: rcextensions are looked up based on the path of the ini file
root_path = tmpdir_factory.getbasetemp()
rcextensions_path = root_path.join('rcextensions')
init_path = rcextensions_path.join('__init__.py')
if rcextensions_path.check():
pytest.fail(
"Path for rcextensions already exists, please clean up before "
"test run this path: %s" % (rcextensions_path, ))
return
request.addfinalizer(rcextensions_path.remove)
init_path.write_binary(init_content, ensure=True)
@pytest.fixture(scope="module")
def repos(request, db_connection):
"""Create a copy of each test repo in a repo group."""
fixture = Fixture()
repo_group = fixture.create_repo_group(REPO_GROUP)
repo_group_id = repo_group.group_id
fixture.create_fork(HG_REPO, HG_REPO,
repo_name_full=HG_REPO_WITH_GROUP,
repo_group=repo_group_id)
fixture.create_fork(GIT_REPO, GIT_REPO,
repo_name_full=GIT_REPO_WITH_GROUP,
repo_group=repo_group_id)
@request.addfinalizer
def cleanup():
fixture.destroy_repo(HG_REPO_WITH_GROUP)
fixture.destroy_repo(GIT_REPO_WITH_GROUP)
fixture.destroy_repo_group(repo_group_id)
@pytest.fixture(scope="module")
def rc_web_server_config_modification():
return []
@pytest.fixture(scope="module")
def rc_web_server_config_factory(testini_factory, rc_web_server_config_modification):
"""
Configuration file used for the fixture `rc_web_server`.
"""
def factory(rcweb_port, vcsserver_port):
custom_params = [
{'handler_console': {'level': 'DEBUG'}},
{'server:main': {'port': rcweb_port}},
{'app:main': {'vcs.server': 'localhost:%s' % vcsserver_port}}
]
custom_params.extend(rc_web_server_config_modification)
return testini_factory(custom_params)
return factory
@pytest.fixture(scope="module")
def rc_web_server(
request, vcsserver_factory, available_port_factory,
rc_web_server_config_factory, repos, rcextensions):
"""
Run the web server as a subprocess. with it's own instance of vcsserver
"""
rcweb_port = available_port_factory()
print('Using rcweb ops test port {}'.format(rcweb_port))
vcsserver_port = available_port_factory()
print('Using vcsserver ops test port {}'.format(vcsserver_port))
vcs_log = os.path.join(tempfile.gettempdir(), 'rc_op_vcs.log')
vcsserver_factory(
request, vcsserver_port=vcsserver_port,
log_file=vcs_log,
overrides=(
{'server:main': {'workers': 2}},
{'server:main': {'graceful_timeout': 10}},
))
rc_log = os.path.join(tempfile.gettempdir(), 'rc_op_web.log')
rc_web_server_config = rc_web_server_config_factory(
rcweb_port=rcweb_port,
vcsserver_port=vcsserver_port)
server = RcWebServer(rc_web_server_config, log_file=rc_log)
server.start()
@request.addfinalizer
def cleanup():
server.shutdown()
server.wait_until_ready()
return server
@pytest.fixture
def disable_locking(baseapp):
r = Repository.get_by_repo_name(GIT_REPO)
Repository.unlock(r)
r.enable_locking = False
Session().add(r)
Session().commit()
r = Repository.get_by_repo_name(HG_REPO)
Repository.unlock(r)
r.enable_locking = False
Session().add(r)
Session().commit()
@pytest.fixture
def enable_auth_plugins(request, baseapp, csrf_token):
"""
Return a factory object that when called, allows to control which
authentication plugins are enabled.
"""
def _enable_plugins(plugins_list, override=None):
override = override or {}
params = {
'auth_plugins': ','.join(plugins_list),
}
# helper translate some names to others
name_map = {
'token': 'authtoken'
}
for module in plugins_list:
plugin_name = module.partition('#')[-1]
if plugin_name in name_map:
plugin_name = name_map[plugin_name]
enabled_plugin = 'auth_%s_enabled' % plugin_name
cache_ttl = 'auth_%s_cache_ttl' % plugin_name
# default params that are needed for each plugin,
# `enabled` and `cache_ttl`
params.update({
enabled_plugin: True,
cache_ttl: 0
})
if override.get:
params.update(override.get(module, {}))
validated_params = params
for k, v in validated_params.items():
setting = SettingsModel().create_or_update_setting(k, v)
Session().add(setting)
Session().commit()
def cleanup():
_enable_plugins(['egg:rhodecode-enterprise-ce#rhodecode'])
request.addfinalizer(cleanup)
return _enable_plugins
@pytest.fixture
def fs_repo_only(request, rhodecode_fixtures):
def fs_repo_fabric(repo_name, repo_type):
rhodecode_fixtures.create_repo(repo_name, repo_type=repo_type)
rhodecode_fixtures.destroy_repo(repo_name, fs_remove=False)
def cleanup():
rhodecode_fixtures.destroy_repo(repo_name, fs_remove=True)
rhodecode_fixtures.destroy_repo_on_filesystem(repo_name)
request.addfinalizer(cleanup)
return fs_repo_fabric
@pytest.fixture
def enable_webhook_push_integration(request):
integration = Integration()
integration.integration_type = WebhookIntegrationType.key
Session().add(integration)
settings = dict(
url='http://httpbin.org/post',
secret_token='secret',
username=None,
password=None,
custom_header_key=None,
custom_header_val=None,
method_type='post',
events=[events.RepoPushEvent.name],
log_data=True
)
IntegrationModel().update_integration(
integration,
name='IntegrationWebhookTest',
enabled=True,
settings=settings,
repo=None,
repo_group=None,
child_repos_only=False,
)
Session().commit()
integration_id = integration.integration_id
@request.addfinalizer
def cleanup():
integration = Integration.get(integration_id)
Session().delete(integration)
Session().commit()
@pytest.fixture
def branch_permission_setter(request):
"""
def my_test(branch_permission_setter)
branch_permission_setter(repo_name, username, pattern='*', permission='branch.push')
"""
rule_id = None
write_perm_id = None
def _branch_permissions_setter(
repo_name, username, pattern='*', permission='branch.push_force'):
global rule_id, write_perm_id
repo = Repository.get_by_repo_name(repo_name)
repo_id = repo.repo_id
user = User.get_by_username(username)
user_id = user.user_id
rule_perm_obj = Permission.get_by_key(permission)
write_perm = None
# add new entry, based on existing perm entry
perm = UserRepoToPerm.query() \
.filter(UserRepoToPerm.repository_id == repo_id) \
.filter(UserRepoToPerm.user_id == user_id) \
.first()
if not perm:
# such user isn't defined in Permissions for repository
# we now on-the-fly add new permission
write_perm = UserRepoToPerm()
write_perm.permission = Permission.get_by_key('repository.write')
write_perm.repository_id = repo_id
write_perm.user_id = user_id
Session().add(write_perm)
Session().flush()
perm = write_perm
rule = UserToRepoBranchPermission()
rule.rule_to_perm_id = perm.repo_to_perm_id
rule.branch_pattern = pattern
rule.rule_order = 10
rule.permission = rule_perm_obj
rule.repository_id = repo_id
Session().add(rule)
Session().commit()
global rule, write_perm
return rule
@request.addfinalizer
def cleanup():
if rule:
Session().delete(rule)
Session().commit()
if write_perm:
Session().delete(write_perm)
Session().commit()
return _branch_permissions_setter