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/ rhodecode / api / tests / test_get_repo_changeset.py
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Copyright (C) 2010-2018 RhodeCode GmbH
#
# This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License, version 3
# (only), as published by the Free Software Foundation.
#
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# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU Affero General Public License
# along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
#
# This program is dual-licensed. If you wish to learn more about the
# RhodeCode Enterprise Edition, including its added features, Support services,
# and proprietary license terms, please see https://rhodecode.com/licenses/
import pytest
from rhodecode.api.tests.utils import build_data, api_call, assert_error
@pytest.mark.usefixtures("testuser_api", "app")
class TestGetRepoChangeset(object):
@pytest.mark.parametrize("details", ['basic', 'extended', 'full'])
def test_get_repo_changeset(self, details, backend):
commit = backend.repo.get_commit(commit_idx=0)
__, params = build_data(
self.apikey, 'get_repo_changeset',
repoid=backend.repo_name, revision=commit.raw_id,
details=details,
)
response = api_call(self.app, params)
result = response.json['result']
assert result['revision'] == 0
assert result['raw_id'] == commit.raw_id
if details == 'full':
assert result['refs']['bookmarks'] == getattr(
commit, 'bookmarks', [])
branches = [commit.branch] if commit.branch else []
assert result['refs']['branches'] == branches
assert result['refs']['tags'] == commit.tags
@pytest.mark.parametrize("details", ['basic', 'extended', 'full'])
def test_get_repo_changeset_bad_type(self, details, backend):
id_, params = build_data(
self.apikey, 'get_repo_changeset',
repoid=backend.repo_name, revision=0,
details=details,
)
response = api_call(self.app, params)
expected = 'commit_id must be a string value'
assert_error(id_, expected, given=response.body)
@pytest.mark.parametrize("details", ['basic', 'extended', 'full'])
def test_get_repo_changesets(self, details, backend):
limit = 2
commit = backend.repo.get_commit(commit_idx=0)
__, params = build_data(
self.apikey, 'get_repo_changesets',
repoid=backend.repo_name, start_rev=commit.raw_id, limit=limit,
details=details,
)
response = api_call(self.app, params)
result = response.json['result']
assert result
assert len(result) == limit
for x in xrange(limit):
assert result[x]['revision'] == x
if details == 'full':
for x in xrange(limit):
assert 'bookmarks' in result[x]['refs']
assert 'branches' in result[x]['refs']
assert 'tags' in result[x]['refs']
@pytest.mark.parametrize("details", ['basic', 'extended', 'full'])
@pytest.mark.parametrize("start_rev, expected_revision", [
("0", 0),
("10", 10),
("20", 20),
])
@pytest.mark.backends("hg", "git")
def test_get_repo_changesets_commit_range(
self, details, backend, start_rev, expected_revision):
limit = 10
__, params = build_data(
self.apikey, 'get_repo_changesets',
repoid=backend.repo_name, start_rev=start_rev, limit=limit,
details=details,
)
response = api_call(self.app, params)
result = response.json['result']
assert result
assert len(result) == limit
for i in xrange(limit):
assert result[i]['revision'] == int(expected_revision) + i
@pytest.mark.parametrize("details", ['basic', 'extended', 'full'])
@pytest.mark.parametrize("start_rev, expected_revision", [
("0", 0),
("10", 9),
("20", 19),
])
def test_get_repo_changesets_commit_range_svn(
self, details, backend_svn, start_rev, expected_revision):
# TODO: johbo: SVN showed a problem here: The parameter "start_rev"
# in our API allows to pass in a "Commit ID" as well as a
# "Commit Index". In the case of Subversion it is not possible to
# distinguish these cases. As a workaround we implemented this
# behavior which gives a preference to see it as a "Commit ID".
limit = 10
__, params = build_data(
self.apikey, 'get_repo_changesets',
repoid=backend_svn.repo_name, start_rev=start_rev, limit=limit,
details=details,
)
response = api_call(self.app, params)
result = response.json['result']
assert result
assert len(result) == limit
for i in xrange(limit):
assert result[i]['revision'] == int(expected_revision) + i
@pytest.mark.parametrize("details", ['basic', 'extended', 'full'])
def test_get_repo_changesets_bad_type(self, details, backend):
id_, params = build_data(
self.apikey, 'get_repo_changesets',
repoid=backend.repo_name, start_rev=0, limit=2,
details=details,
)
response = api_call(self.app, params)
expected = 'commit_id must be a string value'
assert_error(id_, expected, given=response.body)