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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
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import mock
import pytest
import textwrap
import rhodecode
from rhodecode.lib.utils2 import safe_unicode
from rhodecode.lib.vcs.backends import get_backend
from rhodecode.lib.vcs.backends.base import (
MergeResponse, MergeFailureReason, Reference)
from rhodecode.lib.vcs.exceptions import RepositoryError
from rhodecode.lib.vcs.nodes import FileNode
from rhodecode.model.comment import CommentsModel
from rhodecode.model.db import PullRequest, Session
from rhodecode.model.pull_request import PullRequestModel
from rhodecode.model.user import UserModel
from rhodecode.tests import TEST_USER_ADMIN_LOGIN
pytestmark = [
pytest.mark.backends("git", "hg"),
]
@pytest.mark.usefixtures('config_stub')
class TestPullRequestModel(object):
@pytest.fixture
def pull_request(self, request, backend, pr_util):
"""
A pull request combined with multiples patches.
"""
BackendClass = get_backend(backend.alias)
self.merge_patcher = mock.patch.object(
BackendClass, 'merge', return_value=MergeResponse(
False, False, None, MergeFailureReason.UNKNOWN))
self.workspace_remove_patcher = mock.patch.object(
BackendClass, 'cleanup_merge_workspace')
self.workspace_remove_mock = self.workspace_remove_patcher.start()
self.merge_mock = self.merge_patcher.start()
self.comment_patcher = mock.patch(
'rhodecode.model.changeset_status.ChangesetStatusModel.set_status')
self.comment_patcher.start()
self.notification_patcher = mock.patch(
'rhodecode.model.notification.NotificationModel.create')
self.notification_patcher.start()
self.helper_patcher = mock.patch(
'rhodecode.lib.helpers.route_path')
self.helper_patcher.start()
self.hook_patcher = mock.patch.object(PullRequestModel,
'_trigger_pull_request_hook')
self.hook_mock = self.hook_patcher.start()
self.invalidation_patcher = mock.patch(
'rhodecode.model.pull_request.ScmModel.mark_for_invalidation')
self.invalidation_mock = self.invalidation_patcher.start()
self.pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request(
mergeable=True, name_suffix=u'ąć')
self.source_commit = self.pull_request.source_ref_parts.commit_id
self.target_commit = self.pull_request.target_ref_parts.commit_id
self.workspace_id = 'pr-%s' % self.pull_request.pull_request_id
self.repo_id = self.pull_request.target_repo.repo_id
@request.addfinalizer
def cleanup_pull_request():
calls = [mock.call(
self.pull_request, self.pull_request.author, 'create')]
self.hook_mock.assert_has_calls(calls)
self.workspace_remove_patcher.stop()
self.merge_patcher.stop()
self.comment_patcher.stop()
self.notification_patcher.stop()
self.helper_patcher.stop()
self.hook_patcher.stop()
self.invalidation_patcher.stop()
return self.pull_request
def test_get_all(self, pull_request):
prs = PullRequestModel().get_all(pull_request.target_repo)
assert isinstance(prs, list)
assert len(prs) == 1
def test_count_all(self, pull_request):
pr_count = PullRequestModel().count_all(pull_request.target_repo)
assert pr_count == 1
def test_get_awaiting_review(self, pull_request):
prs = PullRequestModel().get_awaiting_review(pull_request.target_repo)
assert isinstance(prs, list)
assert len(prs) == 1
def test_count_awaiting_review(self, pull_request):
pr_count = PullRequestModel().count_awaiting_review(
pull_request.target_repo)
assert pr_count == 1
def test_get_awaiting_my_review(self, pull_request):
PullRequestModel().update_reviewers(
pull_request, [(pull_request.author, ['author'], False, [])],
pull_request.author)
prs = PullRequestModel().get_awaiting_my_review(
pull_request.target_repo, user_id=pull_request.author.user_id)
assert isinstance(prs, list)
assert len(prs) == 1
def test_count_awaiting_my_review(self, pull_request):
PullRequestModel().update_reviewers(
pull_request, [(pull_request.author, ['author'], False, [])],
pull_request.author)
pr_count = PullRequestModel().count_awaiting_my_review(
pull_request.target_repo, user_id=pull_request.author.user_id)
assert pr_count == 1
def test_delete_calls_cleanup_merge(self, pull_request):
repo_id = pull_request.target_repo.repo_id
PullRequestModel().delete(pull_request, pull_request.author)
self.workspace_remove_mock.assert_called_once_with(
repo_id, self.workspace_id)
def test_close_calls_cleanup_and_hook(self, pull_request):
PullRequestModel().close_pull_request(
pull_request, pull_request.author)
repo_id = pull_request.target_repo.repo_id
self.workspace_remove_mock.assert_called_once_with(
repo_id, self.workspace_id)
self.hook_mock.assert_called_with(
self.pull_request, self.pull_request.author, 'close')
def test_merge_status(self, pull_request):
self.merge_mock.return_value = MergeResponse(
True, False, None, MergeFailureReason.NONE)
assert pull_request._last_merge_source_rev is None
assert pull_request._last_merge_target_rev is None
assert pull_request.last_merge_status is None
status, msg = PullRequestModel().merge_status(pull_request)
assert status is True
assert msg.eval() == 'This pull request can be automatically merged.'
self.merge_mock.assert_called_with(
self.repo_id, self.workspace_id,
pull_request.target_ref_parts,
pull_request.source_repo.scm_instance(),
pull_request.source_ref_parts, dry_run=True,
use_rebase=False, close_branch=False)
assert pull_request._last_merge_source_rev == self.source_commit
assert pull_request._last_merge_target_rev == self.target_commit
assert pull_request.last_merge_status is MergeFailureReason.NONE
self.merge_mock.reset_mock()
status, msg = PullRequestModel().merge_status(pull_request)
assert status is True
assert msg.eval() == 'This pull request can be automatically merged.'
assert self.merge_mock.called is False
def test_merge_status_known_failure(self, pull_request):
self.merge_mock.return_value = MergeResponse(
False, False, None, MergeFailureReason.MERGE_FAILED)
assert pull_request._last_merge_source_rev is None
assert pull_request._last_merge_target_rev is None
assert pull_request.last_merge_status is None
status, msg = PullRequestModel().merge_status(pull_request)
assert status is False
assert (
msg.eval() ==
'This pull request cannot be merged because of merge conflicts.')
self.merge_mock.assert_called_with(
self.repo_id, self.workspace_id,
pull_request.target_ref_parts,
pull_request.source_repo.scm_instance(),
pull_request.source_ref_parts, dry_run=True,
use_rebase=False, close_branch=False)
assert pull_request._last_merge_source_rev == self.source_commit
assert pull_request._last_merge_target_rev == self.target_commit
assert (
pull_request.last_merge_status is MergeFailureReason.MERGE_FAILED)
self.merge_mock.reset_mock()
status, msg = PullRequestModel().merge_status(pull_request)
assert status is False
assert (
msg.eval() ==
'This pull request cannot be merged because of merge conflicts.')
assert self.merge_mock.called is False
def test_merge_status_unknown_failure(self, pull_request):
self.merge_mock.return_value = MergeResponse(
False, False, None, MergeFailureReason.UNKNOWN)
assert pull_request._last_merge_source_rev is None
assert pull_request._last_merge_target_rev is None
assert pull_request.last_merge_status is None
status, msg = PullRequestModel().merge_status(pull_request)
assert status is False
assert msg.eval() == (
'This pull request cannot be merged because of an unhandled'
' exception.')
self.merge_mock.assert_called_with(
self.repo_id, self.workspace_id,
pull_request.target_ref_parts,
pull_request.source_repo.scm_instance(),
pull_request.source_ref_parts, dry_run=True,
use_rebase=False, close_branch=False)
assert pull_request._last_merge_source_rev is None
assert pull_request._last_merge_target_rev is None
assert pull_request.last_merge_status is None
self.merge_mock.reset_mock()
status, msg = PullRequestModel().merge_status(pull_request)
assert status is False
assert msg.eval() == (
'This pull request cannot be merged because of an unhandled'
' exception.')
assert self.merge_mock.called is True
def test_merge_status_when_target_is_locked(self, pull_request):
pull_request.target_repo.locked = [1, u'12345.50', 'lock_web']
status, msg = PullRequestModel().merge_status(pull_request)
assert status is False
assert msg.eval() == (
'This pull request cannot be merged because the target repository'
' is locked.')
def test_merge_status_requirements_check_target(self, pull_request):
def has_largefiles(self, repo):
return repo == pull_request.source_repo
patcher = mock.patch.object(
PullRequestModel, '_has_largefiles', has_largefiles)
with patcher:
status, msg = PullRequestModel().merge_status(pull_request)
assert status is False
assert msg == 'Target repository large files support is disabled.'
def test_merge_status_requirements_check_source(self, pull_request):
def has_largefiles(self, repo):
return repo == pull_request.target_repo
patcher = mock.patch.object(
PullRequestModel, '_has_largefiles', has_largefiles)
with patcher:
status, msg = PullRequestModel().merge_status(pull_request)
assert status is False
assert msg == 'Source repository large files support is disabled.'
def test_merge(self, pull_request, merge_extras):
user = UserModel().get_by_username(TEST_USER_ADMIN_LOGIN)
merge_ref = Reference(
'type', 'name', '6126b7bfcc82ad2d3deaee22af926b082ce54cc6')
self.merge_mock.return_value = MergeResponse(
True, True, merge_ref, MergeFailureReason.NONE)
merge_extras['repository'] = pull_request.target_repo.repo_name
PullRequestModel().merge_repo(
pull_request, pull_request.author, extras=merge_extras)
message = (
u'Merge pull request #{pr_id} from {source_repo} {source_ref_name}'
u'\n\n {pr_title}'.format(
pr_id=pull_request.pull_request_id,
source_repo=safe_unicode(
pull_request.source_repo.scm_instance().name),
source_ref_name=pull_request.source_ref_parts.name,
pr_title=safe_unicode(pull_request.title)
)
)
self.merge_mock.assert_called_with(
self.repo_id, self.workspace_id,
pull_request.target_ref_parts,
pull_request.source_repo.scm_instance(),
pull_request.source_ref_parts,
user_name=user.short_contact, user_email=user.email, message=message,
use_rebase=False, close_branch=False
)
self.invalidation_mock.assert_called_once_with(
pull_request.target_repo.repo_name)
self.hook_mock.assert_called_with(
self.pull_request, self.pull_request.author, 'merge')
pull_request = PullRequest.get(pull_request.pull_request_id)
assert (
pull_request.merge_rev ==
'6126b7bfcc82ad2d3deaee22af926b082ce54cc6')
def test_merge_failed(self, pull_request, merge_extras):
user = UserModel().get_by_username(TEST_USER_ADMIN_LOGIN)
merge_ref = Reference(
'type', 'name', '6126b7bfcc82ad2d3deaee22af926b082ce54cc6')
self.merge_mock.return_value = MergeResponse(
False, False, merge_ref, MergeFailureReason.MERGE_FAILED)
merge_extras['repository'] = pull_request.target_repo.repo_name
PullRequestModel().merge_repo(
pull_request, pull_request.author, extras=merge_extras)
message = (
u'Merge pull request #{pr_id} from {source_repo} {source_ref_name}'
u'\n\n {pr_title}'.format(
pr_id=pull_request.pull_request_id,
source_repo=safe_unicode(
pull_request.source_repo.scm_instance().name),
source_ref_name=pull_request.source_ref_parts.name,
pr_title=safe_unicode(pull_request.title)
)
)
self.merge_mock.assert_called_with(
self.repo_id, self.workspace_id,
pull_request.target_ref_parts,
pull_request.source_repo.scm_instance(),
pull_request.source_ref_parts,
user_name=user.short_contact, user_email=user.email, message=message,
use_rebase=False, close_branch=False
)
pull_request = PullRequest.get(pull_request.pull_request_id)
assert self.invalidation_mock.called is False
assert pull_request.merge_rev is None
def test_get_commit_ids(self, pull_request):
# The PR has been not merget yet, so expect an exception
with pytest.raises(ValueError):
PullRequestModel()._get_commit_ids(pull_request)
# Merge revision is in the revisions list
pull_request.merge_rev = pull_request.revisions[0]
commit_ids = PullRequestModel()._get_commit_ids(pull_request)
assert commit_ids == pull_request.revisions
# Merge revision is not in the revisions list
pull_request.merge_rev = 'f000' * 10
commit_ids = PullRequestModel()._get_commit_ids(pull_request)
assert commit_ids == pull_request.revisions + [pull_request.merge_rev]
def test_get_diff_from_pr_version(self, pull_request):
source_repo = pull_request.source_repo
source_ref_id = pull_request.source_ref_parts.commit_id
target_ref_id = pull_request.target_ref_parts.commit_id
diff = PullRequestModel()._get_diff_from_pr_or_version(
source_repo, source_ref_id, target_ref_id, context=6)
assert 'file_1' in diff.raw
def test_generate_title_returns_unicode(self):
title = PullRequestModel().generate_pullrequest_title(
source='source-dummy',
source_ref='source-ref-dummy',
target='target-dummy',
)
assert type(title) == unicode
@pytest.mark.usefixtures('config_stub')
class TestIntegrationMerge(object):
@pytest.mark.parametrize('extra_config', (
{'vcs.hooks.protocol': 'http', 'vcs.hooks.direct_calls': False},
))
def test_merge_triggers_push_hooks(
self, pr_util, user_admin, capture_rcextensions, merge_extras,
extra_config):
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request(
approved=True, mergeable=True)
# TODO: johbo: Needed for sqlite, try to find an automatic way for it
merge_extras['repository'] = pull_request.target_repo.repo_name
Session().commit()
with mock.patch.dict(rhodecode.CONFIG, extra_config, clear=False):
merge_state = PullRequestModel().merge_repo(
pull_request, user_admin, extras=merge_extras)
assert merge_state.executed
assert 'pre_push' in capture_rcextensions
assert 'post_push' in capture_rcextensions
def test_merge_can_be_rejected_by_pre_push_hook(
self, pr_util, user_admin, capture_rcextensions, merge_extras):
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request(
approved=True, mergeable=True)
# TODO: johbo: Needed for sqlite, try to find an automatic way for it
merge_extras['repository'] = pull_request.target_repo.repo_name
Session().commit()
with mock.patch('rhodecode.EXTENSIONS.PRE_PUSH_HOOK') as pre_pull:
pre_pull.side_effect = RepositoryError("Disallow push!")
merge_status = PullRequestModel().merge_repo(
pull_request, user_admin, extras=merge_extras)
assert not merge_status.executed
assert 'pre_push' not in capture_rcextensions
assert 'post_push' not in capture_rcextensions
def test_merge_fails_if_target_is_locked(
self, pr_util, user_regular, merge_extras):
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request(
approved=True, mergeable=True)
locked_by = [user_regular.user_id + 1, 12345.50, 'lock_web']
pull_request.target_repo.locked = locked_by
# TODO: johbo: Check if this can work based on the database, currently
# all data is pre-computed, that's why just updating the DB is not
# enough.
merge_extras['locked_by'] = locked_by
merge_extras['repository'] = pull_request.target_repo.repo_name
# TODO: johbo: Needed for sqlite, try to find an automatic way for it
Session().commit()
merge_status = PullRequestModel().merge_repo(
pull_request, user_regular, extras=merge_extras)
assert not merge_status.executed
@pytest.mark.parametrize('use_outdated, inlines_count, outdated_count', [
(False, 1, 0),
(True, 0, 1),
])
def test_outdated_comments(
pr_util, use_outdated, inlines_count, outdated_count, config_stub):
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request()
pr_util.create_inline_comment(file_path='not_in_updated_diff')
with outdated_comments_patcher(use_outdated) as outdated_comment_mock:
pr_util.add_one_commit()
assert_inline_comments(
pull_request, visible=inlines_count, outdated=outdated_count)
outdated_comment_mock.assert_called_with(pull_request)
@pytest.fixture
def merge_extras(user_regular):
"""
Context for the vcs operation when running a merge.
"""
extras = {
'ip': '127.0.0.1',
'username': user_regular.username,
'user_id': user_regular.user_id,
'action': 'push',
'repository': 'fake_target_repo_name',
'scm': 'git',
'config': 'fake_config_ini_path',
'repo_store': '',
'make_lock': None,
'locked_by': [None, None, None],
'server_url': 'http://test.example.com:5000',
'hooks': ['push', 'pull'],
'is_shadow_repo': False,
}
return extras
@pytest.mark.usefixtures('config_stub')
class TestUpdateCommentHandling(object):
@pytest.fixture(autouse=True, scope='class')
def enable_outdated_comments(self, request, baseapp):
config_patch = mock.patch.dict(
'rhodecode.CONFIG', {'rhodecode_use_outdated_comments': True})
config_patch.start()
@request.addfinalizer
def cleanup():
config_patch.stop()
def test_comment_stays_unflagged_on_unchanged_diff(self, pr_util):
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.create_inline_comment(file_path='file_b')
pr_util.add_one_commit(head='c')
assert_inline_comments(pull_request, visible=1, outdated=0)
def test_comment_stays_unflagged_on_change_above(self, pr_util):
original_content = ''.join(
['line {}\n'.format(x) for x in range(1, 11)])
updated_content = 'new_line_at_top\n' + original_content
commits = [
{'message': 'a'},
{'message': 'b', 'added': [FileNode('file_b', original_content)]},
{'message': 'c', 'changed': [FileNode('file_b', updated_content)]},
]
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request(
commits=commits, target_head='a', source_head='b', revisions=['b'])
with outdated_comments_patcher():
comment = pr_util.create_inline_comment(
line_no=u'n8', file_path='file_b')
pr_util.add_one_commit(head='c')
assert_inline_comments(pull_request, visible=1, outdated=0)
assert comment.line_no == u'n9'
def test_comment_stays_unflagged_on_change_below(self, pr_util):
original_content = ''.join(['line {}\n'.format(x) for x in range(10)])
updated_content = original_content + 'new_line_at_end\n'
commits = [
{'message': 'a'},
{'message': 'b', 'added': [FileNode('file_b', original_content)]},
{'message': 'c', 'changed': [FileNode('file_b', updated_content)]},
]
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request(
commits=commits, target_head='a', source_head='b', revisions=['b'])
pr_util.create_inline_comment(file_path='file_b')
pr_util.add_one_commit(head='c')
assert_inline_comments(pull_request, visible=1, outdated=0)
@pytest.mark.parametrize('line_no', ['n4', 'o4', 'n10', 'o9'])
def test_comment_flagged_on_change_around_context(self, pr_util, line_no):
base_lines = ['line {}\n'.format(x) for x in range(1, 13)]
change_lines = list(base_lines)
change_lines.insert(6, 'line 6a added\n')
# Changes on the last line of sight
update_lines = list(change_lines)
update_lines[0] = 'line 1 changed\n'
update_lines[-1] = 'line 12 changed\n'
def file_b(lines):
return FileNode('file_b', ''.join(lines))
commits = [
{'message': 'a', 'added': [file_b(base_lines)]},
{'message': 'b', 'changed': [file_b(change_lines)]},
{'message': 'c', 'changed': [file_b(update_lines)]},
]
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request(
commits=commits, target_head='a', source_head='b', revisions=['b'])
pr_util.create_inline_comment(line_no=line_no, file_path='file_b')
with outdated_comments_patcher():
pr_util.add_one_commit(head='c')
assert_inline_comments(pull_request, visible=0, outdated=1)
@pytest.mark.parametrize("change, content", [
('changed', 'changed\n'),
('removed', ''),
], ids=['changed', 'removed'])
def test_comment_flagged_on_change(self, pr_util, change, content):
commits = [
{'message': 'a'},
{'message': 'b', 'added': [FileNode('file_b', 'test_content\n')]},
{'message': 'c', change: [FileNode('file_b', content)]},
]
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request(
commits=commits, target_head='a', source_head='b', revisions=['b'])
pr_util.create_inline_comment(file_path='file_b')
with outdated_comments_patcher():
pr_util.add_one_commit(head='c')
assert_inline_comments(pull_request, visible=0, outdated=1)
@pytest.mark.usefixtures('config_stub')
class TestUpdateChangedFiles(object):
def test_no_changes_on_unchanged_diff(self, pr_util):
commits = [
{'message': 'a'},
{'message': 'b',
'added': [FileNode('file_b', 'test_content b\n')]},
{'message': 'c',
'added': [FileNode('file_c', 'test_content c\n')]},
]
# open a PR from a to b, adding file_b
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request(
commits=commits, target_head='a', source_head='b', revisions=['b'],
name_suffix='per-file-review')
# modify PR adding new file file_c
pr_util.add_one_commit(head='c')
assert_pr_file_changes(
pull_request,
added=['file_c'],
modified=[],
removed=[])
def test_modify_and_undo_modification_diff(self, pr_util):
commits = [
{'message': 'a'},
{'message': 'b',
'added': [FileNode('file_b', 'test_content b\n')]},
{'message': 'c',
'changed': [FileNode('file_b', 'test_content b modified\n')]},
{'message': 'd',
'changed': [FileNode('file_b', 'test_content b\n')]},
]
# open a PR from a to b, adding file_b
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request(
commits=commits, target_head='a', source_head='b', revisions=['b'],
name_suffix='per-file-review')
# modify PR modifying file file_b
pr_util.add_one_commit(head='c')
assert_pr_file_changes(
pull_request,
added=[],
modified=['file_b'],
removed=[])
# move the head again to d, which rollbacks change,
# meaning we should indicate no changes
pr_util.add_one_commit(head='d')
assert_pr_file_changes(
pull_request,
added=[],
modified=[],
removed=[])
def test_updated_all_files_in_pr(self, pr_util):
commits = [
{'message': 'a'},
{'message': 'b', 'added': [
FileNode('file_a', 'test_content a\n'),
FileNode('file_b', 'test_content b\n'),
FileNode('file_c', 'test_content c\n')]},
{'message': 'c', 'changed': [
FileNode('file_a', 'test_content a changed\n'),
FileNode('file_b', 'test_content b changed\n'),
FileNode('file_c', 'test_content c changed\n')]},
]
# open a PR from a to b, changing 3 files
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request(
commits=commits, target_head='a', source_head='b', revisions=['b'],
name_suffix='per-file-review')
pr_util.add_one_commit(head='c')
assert_pr_file_changes(
pull_request,
added=[],
modified=['file_a', 'file_b', 'file_c'],
removed=[])
def test_updated_and_removed_all_files_in_pr(self, pr_util):
commits = [
{'message': 'a'},
{'message': 'b', 'added': [
FileNode('file_a', 'test_content a\n'),
FileNode('file_b', 'test_content b\n'),
FileNode('file_c', 'test_content c\n')]},
{'message': 'c', 'removed': [
FileNode('file_a', 'test_content a changed\n'),
FileNode('file_b', 'test_content b changed\n'),
FileNode('file_c', 'test_content c changed\n')]},
]
# open a PR from a to b, removing 3 files
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request(
commits=commits, target_head='a', source_head='b', revisions=['b'],
name_suffix='per-file-review')
pr_util.add_one_commit(head='c')
assert_pr_file_changes(
pull_request,
added=[],
modified=[],
removed=['file_a', 'file_b', 'file_c'])
def test_update_writes_snapshot_into_pull_request_version(pr_util, config_stub):
model = PullRequestModel()
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request()
pr_util.update_source_repository()
model.update_commits(pull_request)
# Expect that it has a version entry now
assert len(model.get_versions(pull_request)) == 1
def test_update_skips_new_version_if_unchanged(pr_util, config_stub):
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request()
model = PullRequestModel()
model.update_commits(pull_request)
# Expect that it still has no versions
assert len(model.get_versions(pull_request)) == 0
def test_update_assigns_comments_to_the_new_version(pr_util, config_stub):
model = PullRequestModel()
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request()
comment = pr_util.create_comment()
pr_util.update_source_repository()
model.update_commits(pull_request)
# Expect that the comment is linked to the pr version now
assert comment.pull_request_version == model.get_versions(pull_request)[0]
def test_update_adds_a_comment_to_the_pull_request_about_the_change(pr_util, config_stub):
model = PullRequestModel()
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request()
pr_util.update_source_repository()
pr_util.update_source_repository()
model.update_commits(pull_request)
# Expect to find a new comment about the change
expected_message = textwrap.dedent(
"""\
Pull request updated. Auto status change to |under_review|
.. role:: added
.. role:: removed
.. parsed-literal::
Changed commits:
* :added:`1 added`
* :removed:`0 removed`
Changed files:
* `A file_2 <#a_c--92ed3b5f07b4>`_
.. |under_review| replace:: *"Under Review"*"""
)
pull_request_comments = sorted(
pull_request.comments, key=lambda c: c.modified_at)
update_comment = pull_request_comments[-1]
assert update_comment.text == expected_message
def test_create_version_from_snapshot_updates_attributes(pr_util, config_stub):
pull_request = pr_util.create_pull_request()
# Avoiding default values
pull_request.status = PullRequest.STATUS_CLOSED
pull_request._last_merge_source_rev = "0" * 40
pull_request._last_merge_target_rev = "1" * 40
pull_request.last_merge_status = 1
pull_request.merge_rev = "2" * 40
# Remember automatic values
created_on = pull_request.created_on
updated_on = pull_request.updated_on
# Create a new version of the pull request
version = PullRequestModel()._create_version_from_snapshot(pull_request)
# Check attributes
assert version.title == pr_util.create_parameters['title']
assert version.description == pr_util.create_parameters['description']
assert version.status == PullRequest.STATUS_CLOSED
# versions get updated created_on
assert version.created_on != created_on
assert version.updated_on == updated_on
assert version.user_id == pull_request.user_id
assert version.revisions == pr_util.create_parameters['revisions']
assert version.source_repo == pr_util.source_repository
assert version.source_ref == pr_util.create_parameters['source_ref']
assert version.target_repo == pr_util.target_repository
assert version.target_ref == pr_util.create_parameters['target_ref']
assert version._last_merge_source_rev == pull_request._last_merge_source_rev
assert version._last_merge_target_rev == pull_request._last_merge_target_rev
assert version.last_merge_status == pull_request.last_merge_status
assert version.merge_rev == pull_request.merge_rev
assert version.pull_request == pull_request
def test_link_comments_to_version_only_updates_unlinked_comments(pr_util, config_stub):
version1 = pr_util.create_version_of_pull_request()
comment_linked = pr_util.create_comment(linked_to=version1)
comment_unlinked = pr_util.create_comment()
version2 = pr_util.create_version_of_pull_request()
PullRequestModel()._link_comments_to_version(version2)
# Expect that only the new comment is linked to version2
assert (
comment_unlinked.pull_request_version_id ==
version2.pull_request_version_id)
assert (
comment_linked.pull_request_version_id ==
version1.pull_request_version_id)
assert (
comment_unlinked.pull_request_version_id !=
comment_linked.pull_request_version_id)
def test_calculate_commits():
old_ids = [1, 2, 3]
new_ids = [1, 3, 4, 5]
change = PullRequestModel()._calculate_commit_id_changes(old_ids, new_ids)
assert change.added == [4, 5]
assert change.common == [1, 3]
assert change.removed == [2]
assert change.total == [1, 3, 4, 5]
def assert_inline_comments(pull_request, visible=None, outdated=None):
if visible is not None:
inline_comments = CommentsModel().get_inline_comments(
pull_request.target_repo.repo_id, pull_request=pull_request)
inline_cnt = CommentsModel().get_inline_comments_count(
inline_comments)
assert inline_cnt == visible
if outdated is not None:
outdated_comments = CommentsModel().get_outdated_comments(
pull_request.target_repo.repo_id, pull_request)
assert len(outdated_comments) == outdated
def assert_pr_file_changes(
pull_request, added=None, modified=None, removed=None):
pr_versions = PullRequestModel().get_versions(pull_request)
# always use first version, ie original PR to calculate changes
pull_request_version = pr_versions[0]
old_diff_data, new_diff_data = PullRequestModel()._generate_update_diffs(
pull_request, pull_request_version)
file_changes = PullRequestModel()._calculate_file_changes(
old_diff_data, new_diff_data)
assert added == file_changes.added, \
'expected added:%s vs value:%s' % (added, file_changes.added)
assert modified == file_changes.modified, \
'expected modified:%s vs value:%s' % (modified, file_changes.modified)
assert removed == file_changes.removed, \
'expected removed:%s vs value:%s' % (removed, file_changes.removed)
def outdated_comments_patcher(use_outdated=True):
return mock.patch.object(
CommentsModel, 'use_outdated_comments',
return_value=use_outdated)