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/ rhodecode / api / tests / test_update_pull_request.py
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
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import pytest
from rhodecode.lib.vcs.nodes import FileNode
from rhodecode.model.db import User
from rhodecode.model.pull_request import PullRequestModel
from rhodecode.tests import TEST_USER_ADMIN_LOGIN
from rhodecode.api.tests.utils import (
build_data, api_call, assert_ok, assert_error)
@pytest.mark.usefixtures("testuser_api", "app")
class TestUpdatePullRequest(object):
@pytest.mark.backends("git", "hg")
def test_api_update_pull_request_title_or_description(
self, pr_util, no_notifications):
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request()
id_, params = build_data(
self.apikey, 'update_pull_request',
repoid=pull_request.target_repo.repo_name,
pullrequestid=pull_request.pull_request_id,
title='New TITLE OF A PR',
description='New DESC OF A PR',
)
response = api_call(self.app, params)
expected = {
"msg": "Updated pull request `{}`".format(
pull_request.pull_request_id),
"pull_request": response.json['result']['pull_request'],
"updated_commits": {"added": [], "common": [], "removed": []},
"updated_reviewers": {"added": [], "removed": []},
"updated_observers": {"added": [], "removed": []},
}
response_json = response.json['result']
assert response_json == expected
pr = response_json['pull_request']
assert pr['title'] == 'New TITLE OF A PR'
assert pr['description'] == 'New DESC OF A PR'
@pytest.mark.backends("git", "hg")
def test_api_try_update_closed_pull_request(
self, pr_util, no_notifications):
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request()
PullRequestModel().close_pull_request(
pull_request, TEST_USER_ADMIN_LOGIN)
id_, params = build_data(
self.apikey, 'update_pull_request',
repoid=pull_request.target_repo.repo_name,
pullrequestid=pull_request.pull_request_id)
response = api_call(self.app, params)
expected = 'pull request `{}` update failed, pull request ' \
'is closed'.format(pull_request.pull_request_id)
assert_error(id_, expected, response.body)
@pytest.mark.backends("git", "hg")
def test_api_update_update_commits(self, pr_util, no_notifications):
commits = [
{'message': 'a'},
{'message': 'b', 'added': [FileNode('file_b', 'test_content\n')]},
{'message': 'c', 'added': [FileNode('file_c', 'test_content\n')]},
]
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request(
commits=commits, target_head='a', source_head='b', revisions=['b'])
pr_util.update_source_repository(head='c')
repo = pull_request.source_repo.scm_instance()
commits = [x for x in repo.get_commits()]
added_commit_id = commits[-1].raw_id # c commit
common_commit_id = commits[1].raw_id # b commit is common ancestor
total_commits = [added_commit_id, common_commit_id]
id_, params = build_data(
self.apikey, 'update_pull_request',
repoid=pull_request.target_repo.repo_name,
pullrequestid=pull_request.pull_request_id,
update_commits=True
)
response = api_call(self.app, params)
expected = {
"msg": "Updated pull request `{}`".format(
pull_request.pull_request_id),
"pull_request": response.json['result']['pull_request'],
"updated_commits": {"added": [added_commit_id],
"common": [common_commit_id],
"total": total_commits,
"removed": []},
"updated_reviewers": {"added": [], "removed": []},
"updated_observers": {"added": [], "removed": []},
}
assert_ok(id_, expected, response.body)
@pytest.mark.backends("git", "hg")
def test_api_update_change_reviewers(
self, user_util, pr_util, no_notifications):
a = user_util.create_user()
b = user_util.create_user()
c = user_util.create_user()
new_reviewers = [
{'username': b.username, 'reasons': ['updated via API'],
'mandatory':False},
{'username': c.username, 'reasons': ['updated via API'],
'mandatory':False},
]
added = [b.username, c.username]
removed = [a.username]
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request(
reviewers=[(a.username, ['added via API'], False, 'reviewer', [])])
id_, params = build_data(
self.apikey, 'update_pull_request',
repoid=pull_request.target_repo.repo_name,
pullrequestid=pull_request.pull_request_id,
reviewers=new_reviewers)
response = api_call(self.app, params)
expected = {
"msg": "Updated pull request `{}`".format(
pull_request.pull_request_id),
"pull_request": response.json['result']['pull_request'],
"updated_commits": {"added": [], "common": [], "removed": []},
"updated_reviewers": {"added": added, "removed": removed},
"updated_observers": {"added": [], "removed": []},
}
assert_ok(id_, expected, response.body)
@pytest.mark.backends("git", "hg")
def test_api_update_bad_user_in_reviewers(self, pr_util):
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request()
id_, params = build_data(
self.apikey, 'update_pull_request',
repoid=pull_request.target_repo.repo_name,
pullrequestid=pull_request.pull_request_id,
reviewers=[{'username': 'bad_name'}])
response = api_call(self.app, params)
expected = 'user `bad_name` does not exist'
assert_error(id_, expected, response.body)
@pytest.mark.backends("git", "hg")
def test_api_update_repo_error(self, pr_util):
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request()
id_, params = build_data(
self.apikey, 'update_pull_request',
repoid='fake',
pullrequestid=pull_request.pull_request_id,
reviewers=[{'username': 'bad_name'}])
response = api_call(self.app, params)
expected = 'repository `fake` does not exist'
response_json = response.json['error']
assert response_json == expected
@pytest.mark.backends("git", "hg")
def test_api_update_pull_request_error(self, pr_util):
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request()
id_, params = build_data(
self.apikey, 'update_pull_request',
repoid=pull_request.target_repo.repo_name,
pullrequestid=999999,
reviewers=[{'username': 'bad_name'}])
response = api_call(self.app, params)
expected = 'pull request `999999` does not exist'
assert_error(id_, expected, response.body)
@pytest.mark.backends("git", "hg")
def test_api_update_pull_request_no_perms_to_update(
self, user_util, pr_util):
user = user_util.create_user()
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request()
id_, params = build_data(
user.api_key, 'update_pull_request',
repoid=pull_request.target_repo.repo_name,
pullrequestid=pull_request.pull_request_id,)
response = api_call(self.app, params)
expected = ('pull request `%s` update failed, '
'no permission to update.') % pull_request.pull_request_id
assert_error(id_, expected, response.body)