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From shweth...@apache.org
Subject [07/11] incubator-atlas git commit: ATLAS-117 Build fails on the latest commit (dossett@gmail.com via shwethags)
Date Thu, 10 Sep 2015 07:25:40 GMT
http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator-atlas/blob/e77d3d33/distro/src/test/mock/tests/testmock.py
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+# Copyright (C) 2007-2012 Michael Foord & the mock team
+# E-mail: fuzzyman AT voidspace DOT org DOT uk
+# http://www.voidspace.org.uk/python/mock/
+
+from tests.support import (
+    callable, unittest2, inPy3k, is_instance, next
+)
+
+import copy
+import pickle
+import sys
+
+import mock
+from mock import (
+    call, DEFAULT, patch, sentinel,
+    MagicMock, Mock, NonCallableMock,
+    NonCallableMagicMock, _CallList,
+    create_autospec
+)
+
+
+try:
+    unicode
+except NameError:
+    unicode = str
+
+
+class Iter(object):
+    def __init__(self):
+        self.thing = iter(['this', 'is', 'an', 'iter'])
+
+    def __iter__(self):
+        return self
+
+    def next(self):
+        return next(self.thing)
+
+    __next__ = next
+
+
+class Subclass(MagicMock):
+    pass
+
+
+class Thing(object):
+    attribute = 6
+    foo = 'bar'
+
+
+
+class MockTest(unittest2.TestCase):
+
+    def test_all(self):
+        # if __all__ is badly defined then import * will raise an error
+        # We have to exec it because you can't import * inside a method
+        # in Python 3
+        exec("from mock import *")
+
+
+    def test_constructor(self):
+        mock = Mock()
+
+        self.assertFalse(mock.called, "called not initialised correctly")
+        self.assertEqual(mock.call_count, 0,
+                         "call_count not initialised correctly")
+        self.assertTrue(is_instance(mock.return_value, Mock),
+                        "return_value not initialised correctly")
+
+        self.assertEqual(mock.call_args, None,
+                         "call_args not initialised correctly")
+        self.assertEqual(mock.call_args_list, [],
+                         "call_args_list not initialised correctly")
+        self.assertEqual(mock.method_calls, [],
+                          "method_calls not initialised correctly")
+
+        # Can't use hasattr for this test as it always returns True on a mock
+        self.assertFalse('_items' in mock.__dict__,
+                         "default mock should not have '_items' attribute")
+
+        self.assertIsNone(mock._mock_parent,
+                          "parent not initialised correctly")
+        self.assertIsNone(mock._mock_methods,
+                          "methods not initialised correctly")
+        self.assertEqual(mock._mock_children, {},
+                         "children not initialised incorrectly")
+
+
+    def test_unicode_not_broken(self):
+        # This used to raise an exception with Python 2.5 and Mock 0.4
+        unicode(Mock())
+
+
+    def test_return_value_in_constructor(self):
+        mock = Mock(return_value=None)
+        self.assertIsNone(mock.return_value,
+                          "return value in constructor not honoured")
+
+
+    def test_repr(self):
+        mock = Mock(name='foo')
+        self.assertIn('foo', repr(mock))
+        self.assertIn("'%s'" % id(mock), repr(mock))
+
+        mocks = [(Mock(), 'mock'), (Mock(name='bar'), 'bar')]
+        for mock, name in mocks:
+            self.assertIn('%s.bar' % name, repr(mock.bar))
+            self.assertIn('%s.foo()' % name, repr(mock.foo()))
+            self.assertIn('%s.foo().bing' % name, repr(mock.foo().bing))
+            self.assertIn('%s()' % name, repr(mock()))
+            self.assertIn('%s()()' % name, repr(mock()()))
+            self.assertIn('%s()().foo.bar.baz().bing' % name,
+                          repr(mock()().foo.bar.baz().bing))
+
+
+    def test_repr_with_spec(self):
+        class X(object):
+            pass
+
+        mock = Mock(spec=X)
+        self.assertIn(" spec='X' ", repr(mock))
+
+        mock = Mock(spec=X())
+        self.assertIn(" spec='X' ", repr(mock))
+
+        mock = Mock(spec_set=X)
+        self.assertIn(" spec_set='X' ", repr(mock))
+
+        mock = Mock(spec_set=X())
+        self.assertIn(" spec_set='X' ", repr(mock))
+
+        mock = Mock(spec=X, name='foo')
+        self.assertIn(" spec='X' ", repr(mock))
+        self.assertIn(" name='foo' ", repr(mock))
+
+        mock = Mock(name='foo')
+        self.assertNotIn("spec", repr(mock))
+
+        mock = Mock()
+        self.assertNotIn("spec", repr(mock))
+
+        mock = Mock(spec=['foo'])
+        self.assertNotIn("spec", repr(mock))
+
+
+    def test_side_effect(self):
+        mock = Mock()
+
+        def effect(*args, **kwargs):
+            raise SystemError('kablooie')
+
+        mock.side_effect = effect
+        self.assertRaises(SystemError, mock, 1, 2, fish=3)
+        mock.assert_called_with(1, 2, fish=3)
+
+        results = [1, 2, 3]
+        def effect():
+            return results.pop()
+        mock.side_effect = effect
+
+        self.assertEqual([mock(), mock(), mock()], [3, 2, 1],
+                          "side effect not used correctly")
+
+        mock = Mock(side_effect=sentinel.SideEffect)
+        self.assertEqual(mock.side_effect, sentinel.SideEffect,
+                          "side effect in constructor not used")
+
+        def side_effect():
+            return DEFAULT
+        mock = Mock(side_effect=side_effect, return_value=sentinel.RETURN)
+        self.assertEqual(mock(), sentinel.RETURN)
+
+
+    @unittest2.skipUnless('java' in sys.platform,
+                          'This test only applies to Jython')
+    def test_java_exception_side_effect(self):
+        import java
+        mock = Mock(side_effect=java.lang.RuntimeException("Boom!"))
+
+        # can't use assertRaises with java exceptions
+        try:
+            mock(1, 2, fish=3)
+        except java.lang.RuntimeException:
+            pass
+        else:
+            self.fail('java exception not raised')
+        mock.assert_called_with(1,2, fish=3)
+
+
+    def test_reset_mock(self):
+        parent = Mock()
+        spec = ["something"]
+        mock = Mock(name="child", parent=parent, spec=spec)
+        mock(sentinel.Something, something=sentinel.SomethingElse)
+        something = mock.something
+        mock.something()
+        mock.side_effect = sentinel.SideEffect
+        return_value = mock.return_value
+        return_value()
+
+        mock.reset_mock()
+
+        self.assertEqual(mock._mock_name, "child",
+                         "name incorrectly reset")
+        self.assertEqual(mock._mock_parent, parent,
+                         "parent incorrectly reset")
+        self.assertEqual(mock._mock_methods, spec,
+                         "methods incorrectly reset")
+
+        self.assertFalse(mock.called, "called not reset")
+        self.assertEqual(mock.call_count, 0, "call_count not reset")
+        self.assertEqual(mock.call_args, None, "call_args not reset")
+        self.assertEqual(mock.call_args_list, [], "call_args_list not reset")
+        self.assertEqual(mock.method_calls, [],
+                        "method_calls not initialised correctly: %r != %r" %
+                        (mock.method_calls, []))
+        self.assertEqual(mock.mock_calls, [])
+
+        self.assertEqual(mock.side_effect, sentinel.SideEffect,
+                          "side_effect incorrectly reset")
+        self.assertEqual(mock.return_value, return_value,
+                          "return_value incorrectly reset")
+        self.assertFalse(return_value.called, "return value mock not reset")
+        self.assertEqual(mock._mock_children, {'something': something},
+                          "children reset incorrectly")
+        self.assertEqual(mock.something, something,
+                          "children incorrectly cleared")
+        self.assertFalse(mock.something.called, "child not reset")
+
+
+    def test_reset_mock_recursion(self):
+        mock = Mock()
+        mock.return_value = mock
+
+        # used to cause recursion
+        mock.reset_mock()
+
+
+    def test_call(self):
+        mock = Mock()
+        self.assertTrue(is_instance(mock.return_value, Mock),
+                        "Default return_value should be a Mock")
+
+        result = mock()
+        self.assertEqual(mock(), result,
+                         "different result from consecutive calls")
+        mock.reset_mock()
+
+        ret_val = mock(sentinel.Arg)
+        self.assertTrue(mock.called, "called not set")
+        self.assertEqual(mock.call_count, 1, "call_count incoreect")
+        self.assertEqual(mock.call_args, ((sentinel.Arg,), {}),
+                         "call_args not set")
+        self.assertEqual(mock.call_args_list, [((sentinel.Arg,), {})],
+                         "call_args_list not initialised correctly")
+
+        mock.return_value = sentinel.ReturnValue
+        ret_val = mock(sentinel.Arg, key=sentinel.KeyArg)
+        self.assertEqual(ret_val, sentinel.ReturnValue,
+                         "incorrect return value")
+
+        self.assertEqual(mock.call_count, 2, "call_count incorrect")
+        self.assertEqual(mock.call_args,
+                         ((sentinel.Arg,), {'key': sentinel.KeyArg}),
+                         "call_args not set")
+        self.assertEqual(mock.call_args_list, [
+            ((sentinel.Arg,), {}),
+            ((sentinel.Arg,), {'key': sentinel.KeyArg})
+        ],
+            "call_args_list not set")
+
+
+    def test_call_args_comparison(self):
+        mock = Mock()
+        mock()
+        mock(sentinel.Arg)
+        mock(kw=sentinel.Kwarg)
+        mock(sentinel.Arg, kw=sentinel.Kwarg)
+        self.assertEqual(mock.call_args_list, [
+            (),
+            ((sentinel.Arg,),),
+            ({"kw": sentinel.Kwarg},),
+            ((sentinel.Arg,), {"kw": sentinel.Kwarg})
+        ])
+        self.assertEqual(mock.call_args,
+                         ((sentinel.Arg,), {"kw": sentinel.Kwarg}))
+
+
+    def test_assert_called_with(self):
+        mock = Mock()
+        mock()
+
+        # Will raise an exception if it fails
+        mock.assert_called_with()
+        self.assertRaises(AssertionError, mock.assert_called_with, 1)
+
+        mock.reset_mock()
+        self.assertRaises(AssertionError, mock.assert_called_with)
+
+        mock(1, 2, 3, a='fish', b='nothing')
+        mock.assert_called_with(1, 2, 3, a='fish', b='nothing')
+
+
+    def test_assert_called_once_with(self):
+        mock = Mock()
+        mock()
+
+        # Will raise an exception if it fails
+        mock.assert_called_once_with()
+
+        mock()
+        self.assertRaises(AssertionError, mock.assert_called_once_with)
+
+        mock.reset_mock()
+        self.assertRaises(AssertionError, mock.assert_called_once_with)
+
+        mock('foo', 'bar', baz=2)
+        mock.assert_called_once_with('foo', 'bar', baz=2)
+
+        mock.reset_mock()
+        mock('foo', 'bar', baz=2)
+        self.assertRaises(
+            AssertionError,
+            lambda: mock.assert_called_once_with('bob', 'bar', baz=2)
+        )
+
+
+    def test_attribute_access_returns_mocks(self):
+        mock = Mock()
+        something = mock.something
+        self.assertTrue(is_instance(something, Mock), "attribute isn't a mock")
+        self.assertEqual(mock.something, something,
+                         "different attributes returned for same name")
+
+        # Usage example
+        mock = Mock()
+        mock.something.return_value = 3
+
+        self.assertEqual(mock.something(), 3, "method returned wrong value")
+        self.assertTrue(mock.something.called,
+                        "method didn't record being called")
+
+
+    def test_attributes_have_name_and_parent_set(self):
+        mock = Mock()
+        something = mock.something
+
+        self.assertEqual(something._mock_name, "something",
+                         "attribute name not set correctly")
+        self.assertEqual(something._mock_parent, mock,
+                         "attribute parent not set correctly")
+
+
+    def test_method_calls_recorded(self):
+        mock = Mock()
+        mock.something(3, fish=None)
+        mock.something_else.something(6, cake=sentinel.Cake)
+
+        self.assertEqual(mock.something_else.method_calls,
+                          [("something", (6,), {'cake': sentinel.Cake})],
+                          "method calls not recorded correctly")
+        self.assertEqual(mock.method_calls, [
+            ("something", (3,), {'fish': None}),
+            ("something_else.something", (6,), {'cake': sentinel.Cake})
+        ],
+            "method calls not recorded correctly")
+
+
+    def test_method_calls_compare_easily(self):
+        mock = Mock()
+        mock.something()
+        self.assertEqual(mock.method_calls, [('something',)])
+        self.assertEqual(mock.method_calls, [('something', (), {})])
+
+        mock = Mock()
+        mock.something('different')
+        self.assertEqual(mock.method_calls, [('something', ('different',))])
+        self.assertEqual(mock.method_calls,
+                         [('something', ('different',), {})])
+
+        mock = Mock()
+        mock.something(x=1)
+        self.assertEqual(mock.method_calls, [('something', {'x': 1})])
+        self.assertEqual(mock.method_calls, [('something', (), {'x': 1})])
+
+        mock = Mock()
+        mock.something('different', some='more')
+        self.assertEqual(mock.method_calls, [
+            ('something', ('different',), {'some': 'more'})
+        ])
+
+
+    def test_only_allowed_methods_exist(self):
+        for spec in ['something'], ('something',):
+            for arg in 'spec', 'spec_set':
+                mock = Mock(**{arg: spec})
+
+                # this should be allowed
+                mock.something
+                self.assertRaisesRegexp(
+                    AttributeError,
+                    "Mock object has no attribute 'something_else'",
+                    getattr, mock, 'something_else'
+                )
+
+
+    def test_from_spec(self):
+        class Something(object):
+            x = 3
+            __something__ = None
+            def y(self):
+                pass
+
+        def test_attributes(mock):
+            # should work
+            mock.x
+            mock.y
+            mock.__something__
+            self.assertRaisesRegexp(
+                AttributeError,
+                "Mock object has no attribute 'z'",
+                getattr, mock, 'z'
+            )
+            self.assertRaisesRegexp(
+                AttributeError,
+                "Mock object has no attribute '__foobar__'",
+                getattr, mock, '__foobar__'
+            )
+
+        test_attributes(Mock(spec=Something))
+        test_attributes(Mock(spec=Something()))
+
+
+    def test_wraps_calls(self):
+        real = Mock()
+
+        mock = Mock(wraps=real)
+        self.assertEqual(mock(), real())
+
+        real.reset_mock()
+
+        mock(1, 2, fish=3)
+        real.assert_called_with(1, 2, fish=3)
+
+
+    def test_wraps_call_with_nondefault_return_value(self):
+        real = Mock()
+
+        mock = Mock(wraps=real)
+        mock.return_value = 3
+
+        self.assertEqual(mock(), 3)
+        self.assertFalse(real.called)
+
+
+    def test_wraps_attributes(self):
+        class Real(object):
+            attribute = Mock()
+
+        real = Real()
+
+        mock = Mock(wraps=real)
+        self.assertEqual(mock.attribute(), real.attribute())
+        self.assertRaises(AttributeError, lambda: mock.fish)
+
+        self.assertNotEqual(mock.attribute, real.attribute)
+        result = mock.attribute.frog(1, 2, fish=3)
+        Real.attribute.frog.assert_called_with(1, 2, fish=3)
+        self.assertEqual(result, Real.attribute.frog())
+
+
+    def test_exceptional_side_effect(self):
+        mock = Mock(side_effect=AttributeError)
+        self.assertRaises(AttributeError, mock)
+
+        mock = Mock(side_effect=AttributeError('foo'))
+        self.assertRaises(AttributeError, mock)
+
+
+    def test_baseexceptional_side_effect(self):
+        mock = Mock(side_effect=KeyboardInterrupt)
+        self.assertRaises(KeyboardInterrupt, mock)
+
+        mock = Mock(side_effect=KeyboardInterrupt('foo'))
+        self.assertRaises(KeyboardInterrupt, mock)
+
+
+    def test_assert_called_with_message(self):
+        mock = Mock()
+        self.assertRaisesRegexp(AssertionError, 'Not called',
+                                mock.assert_called_with)
+
+
+    def test__name__(self):
+        mock = Mock()
+        self.assertRaises(AttributeError, lambda: mock.__name__)
+
+        mock.__name__ = 'foo'
+        self.assertEqual(mock.__name__, 'foo')
+
+
+    def test_spec_list_subclass(self):
+        class Sub(list):
+            pass
+        mock = Mock(spec=Sub(['foo']))
+
+        mock.append(3)
+        mock.append.assert_called_with(3)
+        self.assertRaises(AttributeError, getattr, mock, 'foo')
+
+
+    def test_spec_class(self):
+        class X(object):
+            pass
+
+        mock = Mock(spec=X)
+        self.assertTrue(isinstance(mock, X))
+
+        mock = Mock(spec=X())
+        self.assertTrue(isinstance(mock, X))
+
+        self.assertIs(mock.__class__, X)
+        self.assertEqual(Mock().__class__.__name__, 'Mock')
+
+        mock = Mock(spec_set=X)
+        self.assertTrue(isinstance(mock, X))
+
+        mock = Mock(spec_set=X())
+        self.assertTrue(isinstance(mock, X))
+
+
+    def test_setting_attribute_with_spec_set(self):
+        class X(object):
+            y = 3
+
+        mock = Mock(spec=X)
+        mock.x = 'foo'
+
+        mock = Mock(spec_set=X)
+        def set_attr():
+            mock.x = 'foo'
+
+        mock.y = 'foo'
+        self.assertRaises(AttributeError, set_attr)
+
+
+    def test_copy(self):
+        current = sys.getrecursionlimit()
+        self.addCleanup(sys.setrecursionlimit, current)
+
+        # can't use sys.maxint as this doesn't exist in Python 3
+        sys.setrecursionlimit(int(10e8))
+        # this segfaults without the fix in place
+        copy.copy(Mock())
+
+
+    @unittest2.skipIf(inPy3k, "no old style classes in Python 3")
+    def test_spec_old_style_classes(self):
+        class Foo:
+            bar = 7
+
+        mock = Mock(spec=Foo)
+        mock.bar = 6
+        self.assertRaises(AttributeError, lambda: mock.foo)
+
+        mock = Mock(spec=Foo())
+        mock.bar = 6
+        self.assertRaises(AttributeError, lambda: mock.foo)
+
+
+    @unittest2.skipIf(inPy3k, "no old style classes in Python 3")
+    def test_spec_set_old_style_classes(self):
+        class Foo:
+            bar = 7
+
+        mock = Mock(spec_set=Foo)
+        mock.bar = 6
+        self.assertRaises(AttributeError, lambda: mock.foo)
+
+        def _set():
+            mock.foo = 3
+        self.assertRaises(AttributeError, _set)
+
+        mock = Mock(spec_set=Foo())
+        mock.bar = 6
+        self.assertRaises(AttributeError, lambda: mock.foo)
+
+        def _set():
+            mock.foo = 3
+        self.assertRaises(AttributeError, _set)
+
+
+    def test_subclass_with_properties(self):
+        class SubClass(Mock):
+            def _get(self):
+                return 3
+            def _set(self, value):
+                raise NameError('strange error')
+            some_attribute = property(_get, _set)
+
+        s = SubClass(spec_set=SubClass)
+        self.assertEqual(s.some_attribute, 3)
+
+        def test():
+            s.some_attribute = 3
+        self.assertRaises(NameError, test)
+
+        def test():
+            s.foo = 'bar'
+        self.assertRaises(AttributeError, test)
+
+
+    def test_setting_call(self):
+        mock = Mock()
+        def __call__(self, a):
+            return self._mock_call(a)
+
+        type(mock).__call__ = __call__
+        mock('one')
+        mock.assert_called_with('one')
+
+        self.assertRaises(TypeError, mock, 'one', 'two')
+
+
+    @unittest2.skipUnless(sys.version_info[:2] >= (2, 6),
+                          "__dir__ not available until Python 2.6 or later")
+    def test_dir(self):
+        mock = Mock()
+        attrs = set(dir(mock))
+        type_attrs = set([m for m in dir(Mock) if not m.startswith('_')])
+
+        # all public attributes from the type are included
+        self.assertEqual(set(), type_attrs - attrs)
+
+        # creates these attributes
+        mock.a, mock.b
+        self.assertIn('a', dir(mock))
+        self.assertIn('b', dir(mock))
+
+        # instance attributes
+        mock.c = mock.d = None
+        self.assertIn('c', dir(mock))
+        self.assertIn('d', dir(mock))
+
+        # magic methods
+        mock.__iter__ = lambda s: iter([])
+        self.assertIn('__iter__', dir(mock))
+
+
+    @unittest2.skipUnless(sys.version_info[:2] >= (2, 6),
+                          "__dir__ not available until Python 2.6 or later")
+    def test_dir_from_spec(self):
+        mock = Mock(spec=unittest2.TestCase)
+        testcase_attrs = set(dir(unittest2.TestCase))
+        attrs = set(dir(mock))
+
+        # all attributes from the spec are included
+        self.assertEqual(set(), testcase_attrs - attrs)
+
+        # shadow a sys attribute
+        mock.version = 3
+        self.assertEqual(dir(mock).count('version'), 1)
+
+
+    @unittest2.skipUnless(sys.version_info[:2] >= (2, 6),
+                          "__dir__ not available until Python 2.6 or later")
+    def test_filter_dir(self):
+        patcher = patch.object(mock, 'FILTER_DIR', False)
+        patcher.start()
+        try:
+            attrs = set(dir(Mock()))
+            type_attrs = set(dir(Mock))
+
+            # ALL attributes from the type are included
+            self.assertEqual(set(), type_attrs - attrs)
+        finally:
+            patcher.stop()
+
+
+    def test_configure_mock(self):
+        mock = Mock(foo='bar')
+        self.assertEqual(mock.foo, 'bar')
+
+        mock = MagicMock(foo='bar')
+        self.assertEqual(mock.foo, 'bar')
+
+        kwargs = {'side_effect': KeyError, 'foo.bar.return_value': 33,
+                  'foo': MagicMock()}
+        mock = Mock(**kwargs)
+        self.assertRaises(KeyError, mock)
+        self.assertEqual(mock.foo.bar(), 33)
+        self.assertIsInstance(mock.foo, MagicMock)
+
+        mock = Mock()
+        mock.configure_mock(**kwargs)
+        self.assertRaises(KeyError, mock)
+        self.assertEqual(mock.foo.bar(), 33)
+        self.assertIsInstance(mock.foo, MagicMock)
+
+
+    def assertRaisesWithMsg(self, exception, message, func, *args, **kwargs):
+        # needed because assertRaisesRegex doesn't work easily with newlines
+        try:
+            func(*args, **kwargs)
+        except:
+            instance = sys.exc_info()[1]
+            self.assertIsInstance(instance, exception)
+        else:
+            self.fail('Exception %r not raised' % (exception,))
+
+        msg = str(instance)
+        self.assertEqual(msg, message)
+
+
+    def test_assert_called_with_failure_message(self):
+        mock = NonCallableMock()
+
+        expected = "mock(1, '2', 3, bar='foo')"
+        message = 'Expected call: %s\nNot called'
+        self.assertRaisesWithMsg(
+            AssertionError, message % (expected,),
+            mock.assert_called_with, 1, '2', 3, bar='foo'
+        )
+
+        mock.foo(1, '2', 3, foo='foo')
+
+
+        asserters = [
+            mock.foo.assert_called_with, mock.foo.assert_called_once_with
+        ]
+        for meth in asserters:
+            actual = "foo(1, '2', 3, foo='foo')"
+            expected = "foo(1, '2', 3, bar='foo')"
+            message = 'Expected call: %s\nActual call: %s'
+            self.assertRaisesWithMsg(
+                AssertionError, message % (expected, actual),
+                meth, 1, '2', 3, bar='foo'
+            )
+
+        # just kwargs
+        for meth in asserters:
+            actual = "foo(1, '2', 3, foo='foo')"
+            expected = "foo(bar='foo')"
+            message = 'Expected call: %s\nActual call: %s'
+            self.assertRaisesWithMsg(
+                AssertionError, message % (expected, actual),
+                meth, bar='foo'
+            )
+
+        # just args
+        for meth in asserters:
+            actual = "foo(1, '2', 3, foo='foo')"
+            expected = "foo(1, 2, 3)"
+            message = 'Expected call: %s\nActual call: %s'
+            self.assertRaisesWithMsg(
+                AssertionError, message % (expected, actual),
+                meth, 1, 2, 3
+            )
+
+        # empty
+        for meth in asserters:
+            actual = "foo(1, '2', 3, foo='foo')"
+            expected = "foo()"
+            message = 'Expected call: %s\nActual call: %s'
+            self.assertRaisesWithMsg(
+                AssertionError, message % (expected, actual), meth
+            )
+
+
+    def test_mock_calls(self):
+        mock = MagicMock()
+
+        # need to do this because MagicMock.mock_calls used to just return
+        # a MagicMock which also returned a MagicMock when __eq__ was called
+        self.assertIs(mock.mock_calls == [], True)
+
+        mock = MagicMock()
+        mock()
+        expected = [('', (), {})]
+        self.assertEqual(mock.mock_calls, expected)
+
+        mock.foo()
+        expected.append(call.foo())
+        self.assertEqual(mock.mock_calls, expected)
+        # intermediate mock_calls work too
+        self.assertEqual(mock.foo.mock_calls, [('', (), {})])
+
+        mock = MagicMock()
+        mock().foo(1, 2, 3, a=4, b=5)
+        expected = [
+            ('', (), {}), ('().foo', (1, 2, 3), dict(a=4, b=5))
+        ]
+        self.assertEqual(mock.mock_calls, expected)
+        self.assertEqual(mock.return_value.foo.mock_calls,
+                         [('', (1, 2, 3), dict(a=4, b=5))])
+        self.assertEqual(mock.return_value.mock_calls,
+                         [('foo', (1, 2, 3), dict(a=4, b=5))])
+
+        mock = MagicMock()
+        mock().foo.bar().baz()
+        expected = [
+            ('', (), {}), ('().foo.bar', (), {}),
+            ('().foo.bar().baz', (), {})
+        ]
+        self.assertEqual(mock.mock_calls, expected)
+        self.assertEqual(mock().mock_calls,
+                         call.foo.bar().baz().call_list())
+
+        for kwargs in dict(), dict(name='bar'):
+            mock = MagicMock(**kwargs)
+            int(mock.foo)
+            expected = [('foo.__int__', (), {})]
+            self.assertEqual(mock.mock_calls, expected)
+
+            mock = MagicMock(**kwargs)
+            mock.a()()
+            expected = [('a', (), {}), ('a()', (), {})]
+            self.assertEqual(mock.mock_calls, expected)
+            self.assertEqual(mock.a().mock_calls, [call()])
+
+            mock = MagicMock(**kwargs)
+            mock(1)(2)(3)
+            self.assertEqual(mock.mock_calls, call(1)(2)(3).call_list())
+            self.assertEqual(mock().mock_calls, call(2)(3).call_list())
+            self.assertEqual(mock()().mock_calls, call(3).call_list())
+
+            mock = MagicMock(**kwargs)
+            mock(1)(2)(3).a.b.c(4)
+            self.assertEqual(mock.mock_calls,
+                             call(1)(2)(3).a.b.c(4).call_list())
+            self.assertEqual(mock().mock_calls,
+                             call(2)(3).a.b.c(4).call_list())
+            self.assertEqual(mock()().mock_calls,
+                             call(3).a.b.c(4).call_list())
+
+            mock = MagicMock(**kwargs)
+            int(mock().foo.bar().baz())
+            last_call = ('().foo.bar().baz().__int__', (), {})
+            self.assertEqual(mock.mock_calls[-1], last_call)
+            self.assertEqual(mock().mock_calls,
+                             call.foo.bar().baz().__int__().call_list())
+            self.assertEqual(mock().foo.bar().mock_calls,
+                             call.baz().__int__().call_list())
+            self.assertEqual(mock().foo.bar().baz.mock_calls,
+                             call().__int__().call_list())
+
+
+    def test_subclassing(self):
+        class Subclass(Mock):
+            pass
+
+        mock = Subclass()
+        self.assertIsInstance(mock.foo, Subclass)
+        self.assertIsInstance(mock(), Subclass)
+
+        class Subclass(Mock):
+            def _get_child_mock(self, **kwargs):
+                return Mock(**kwargs)
+
+        mock = Subclass()
+        self.assertNotIsInstance(mock.foo, Subclass)
+        self.assertNotIsInstance(mock(), Subclass)
+
+
+    def test_arg_lists(self):
+        mocks = [
+            Mock(),
+            MagicMock(),
+            NonCallableMock(),
+            NonCallableMagicMock()
+        ]
+
+        def assert_attrs(mock):
+            names = 'call_args_list', 'method_calls', 'mock_calls'
+            for name in names:
+                attr = getattr(mock, name)
+                self.assertIsInstance(attr, _CallList)
+                self.assertIsInstance(attr, list)
+                self.assertEqual(attr, [])
+
+        for mock in mocks:
+            assert_attrs(mock)
+
+            if callable(mock):
+                mock()
+                mock(1, 2)
+                mock(a=3)
+
+                mock.reset_mock()
+                assert_attrs(mock)
+
+            mock.foo()
+            mock.foo.bar(1, a=3)
+            mock.foo(1).bar().baz(3)
+
+            mock.reset_mock()
+            assert_attrs(mock)
+
+
+    def test_call_args_two_tuple(self):
+        mock = Mock()
+        mock(1, a=3)
+        mock(2, b=4)
+
+        self.assertEqual(len(mock.call_args), 2)
+        args, kwargs = mock.call_args
+        self.assertEqual(args, (2,))
+        self.assertEqual(kwargs, dict(b=4))
+
+        expected_list = [((1,), dict(a=3)), ((2,), dict(b=4))]
+        for expected, call_args in zip(expected_list, mock.call_args_list):
+            self.assertEqual(len(call_args), 2)
+            self.assertEqual(expected[0], call_args[0])
+            self.assertEqual(expected[1], call_args[1])
+
+
+    def test_side_effect_iterator(self):
+        mock = Mock(side_effect=iter([1, 2, 3]))
+        self.assertEqual([mock(), mock(), mock()], [1, 2, 3])
+        self.assertRaises(StopIteration, mock)
+
+        mock = MagicMock(side_effect=['a', 'b', 'c'])
+        self.assertEqual([mock(), mock(), mock()], ['a', 'b', 'c'])
+        self.assertRaises(StopIteration, mock)
+
+        mock = Mock(side_effect='ghi')
+        self.assertEqual([mock(), mock(), mock()], ['g', 'h', 'i'])
+        self.assertRaises(StopIteration, mock)
+
+        class Foo(object):
+            pass
+        mock = MagicMock(side_effect=Foo)
+        self.assertIsInstance(mock(), Foo)
+
+        mock = Mock(side_effect=Iter())
+        self.assertEqual([mock(), mock(), mock(), mock()],
+                         ['this', 'is', 'an', 'iter'])
+        self.assertRaises(StopIteration, mock)
+
+
+    def test_side_effect_setting_iterator(self):
+        mock = Mock()
+        mock.side_effect = iter([1, 2, 3])
+        self.assertEqual([mock(), mock(), mock()], [1, 2, 3])
+        self.assertRaises(StopIteration, mock)
+        side_effect = mock.side_effect
+        self.assertIsInstance(side_effect, type(iter([])))
+
+        mock.side_effect = ['a', 'b', 'c']
+        self.assertEqual([mock(), mock(), mock()], ['a', 'b', 'c'])
+        self.assertRaises(StopIteration, mock)
+        side_effect = mock.side_effect
+        self.assertIsInstance(side_effect, type(iter([])))
+
+        this_iter = Iter()
+        mock.side_effect = this_iter
+        self.assertEqual([mock(), mock(), mock(), mock()],
+                         ['this', 'is', 'an', 'iter'])
+        self.assertRaises(StopIteration, mock)
+        self.assertIs(mock.side_effect, this_iter)
+
+
+    def test_side_effect_iterator_exceptions(self):
+        for Klass in Mock, MagicMock:
+            iterable = (ValueError, 3, KeyError, 6)
+            m = Klass(side_effect=iterable)
+            self.assertRaises(ValueError, m)
+            self.assertEqual(m(), 3)
+            self.assertRaises(KeyError, m)
+            self.assertEqual(m(), 6)
+
+
+    def test_assert_has_calls_any_order(self):
+        mock = Mock()
+        mock(1, 2)
+        mock(a=3)
+        mock(3, 4)
+        mock(b=6)
+        mock(b=6)
+
+        kalls = [
+            call(1, 2), ({'a': 3},),
+            ((3, 4),), ((), {'a': 3}),
+            ('', (1, 2)), ('', {'a': 3}),
+            ('', (1, 2), {}), ('', (), {'a': 3})
+        ]
+        for kall in kalls:
+            mock.assert_has_calls([kall], any_order=True)
+
+        for kall in call(1, '2'), call(b=3), call(), 3, None, 'foo':
+            self.assertRaises(
+                AssertionError, mock.assert_has_calls,
+                [kall], any_order=True
+            )
+
+        kall_lists = [
+            [call(1, 2), call(b=6)],
+            [call(3, 4), call(1, 2)],
+            [call(b=6), call(b=6)],
+        ]
+
+        for kall_list in kall_lists:
+            mock.assert_has_calls(kall_list, any_order=True)
+
+        kall_lists = [
+            [call(b=6), call(b=6), call(b=6)],
+            [call(1, 2), call(1, 2)],
+            [call(3, 4), call(1, 2), call(5, 7)],
+            [call(b=6), call(3, 4), call(b=6), call(1, 2), call(b=6)],
+        ]
+        for kall_list in kall_lists:
+            self.assertRaises(
+                AssertionError, mock.assert_has_calls,
+                kall_list, any_order=True
+            )
+
+    def test_assert_has_calls(self):
+        kalls1 = [
+                call(1, 2), ({'a': 3},),
+                ((3, 4),), call(b=6),
+                ('', (1,), {'b': 6}),
+        ]
+        kalls2 = [call.foo(), call.bar(1)]
+        kalls2.extend(call.spam().baz(a=3).call_list())
+        kalls2.extend(call.bam(set(), foo={}).fish([1]).call_list())
+
+        mocks = []
+        for mock in Mock(), MagicMock():
+            mock(1, 2)
+            mock(a=3)
+            mock(3, 4)
+            mock(b=6)
+            mock(1, b=6)
+            mocks.append((mock, kalls1))
+
+        mock = Mock()
+        mock.foo()
+        mock.bar(1)
+        mock.spam().baz(a=3)
+        mock.bam(set(), foo={}).fish([1])
+        mocks.append((mock, kalls2))
+
+        for mock, kalls in mocks:
+            for i in range(len(kalls)):
+                for step in 1, 2, 3:
+                    these = kalls[i:i+step]
+                    mock.assert_has_calls(these)
+
+                    if len(these) > 1:
+                        self.assertRaises(
+                            AssertionError,
+                            mock.assert_has_calls,
+                            list(reversed(these))
+                        )
+
+
+    def test_assert_any_call(self):
+        mock = Mock()
+        mock(1, 2)
+        mock(a=3)
+        mock(1, b=6)
+
+        mock.assert_any_call(1, 2)
+        mock.assert_any_call(a=3)
+        mock.assert_any_call(1, b=6)
+
+        self.assertRaises(
+            AssertionError,
+            mock.assert_any_call
+        )
+        self.assertRaises(
+            AssertionError,
+            mock.assert_any_call,
+            1, 3
+        )
+        self.assertRaises(
+            AssertionError,
+            mock.assert_any_call,
+            a=4
+        )
+
+
+    def test_mock_calls_create_autospec(self):
+        def f(a, b):
+            pass
+        obj = Iter()
+        obj.f = f
+
+        funcs = [
+            create_autospec(f),
+            create_autospec(obj).f
+        ]
+        for func in funcs:
+            func(1, 2)
+            func(3, 4)
+
+            self.assertEqual(
+                func.mock_calls, [call(1, 2), call(3, 4)]
+            )
+
+
+    def test_mock_add_spec(self):
+        class _One(object):
+            one = 1
+        class _Two(object):
+            two = 2
+        class Anything(object):
+            one = two = three = 'four'
+
+        klasses = [
+            Mock, MagicMock, NonCallableMock, NonCallableMagicMock
+        ]
+        for Klass in list(klasses):
+            klasses.append(lambda K=Klass: K(spec=Anything))
+            klasses.append(lambda K=Klass: K(spec_set=Anything))
+
+        for Klass in klasses:
+            for kwargs in dict(), dict(spec_set=True):
+                mock = Klass()
+                #no error
+                mock.one, mock.two, mock.three
+
+                for One, Two in [(_One, _Two), (['one'], ['two'])]:
+                    for kwargs in dict(), dict(spec_set=True):
+                        mock.mock_add_spec(One, **kwargs)
+
+                        mock.one
+                        self.assertRaises(
+                            AttributeError, getattr, mock, 'two'
+                        )
+                        self.assertRaises(
+                            AttributeError, getattr, mock, 'three'
+                        )
+                        if 'spec_set' in kwargs:
+                            self.assertRaises(
+                                AttributeError, setattr, mock, 'three', None
+                            )
+
+                        mock.mock_add_spec(Two, **kwargs)
+                        self.assertRaises(
+                            AttributeError, getattr, mock, 'one'
+                        )
+                        mock.two
+                        self.assertRaises(
+                            AttributeError, getattr, mock, 'three'
+                        )
+                        if 'spec_set' in kwargs:
+                            self.assertRaises(
+                                AttributeError, setattr, mock, 'three', None
+                            )
+            # note that creating a mock, setting an instance attribute, and
+            # *then* setting a spec doesn't work. Not the intended use case
+
+
+    def test_mock_add_spec_magic_methods(self):
+        for Klass in MagicMock, NonCallableMagicMock:
+            mock = Klass()
+            int(mock)
+
+            mock.mock_add_spec(object)
+            self.assertRaises(TypeError, int, mock)
+
+            mock = Klass()
+            mock['foo']
+            mock.__int__.return_value =4
+
+            mock.mock_add_spec(int)
+            self.assertEqual(int(mock), 4)
+            self.assertRaises(TypeError, lambda: mock['foo'])
+
+
+    def test_adding_child_mock(self):
+        for Klass in NonCallableMock, Mock, MagicMock, NonCallableMagicMock:
+            mock = Klass()
+
+            mock.foo = Mock()
+            mock.foo()
+
+            self.assertEqual(mock.method_calls, [call.foo()])
+            self.assertEqual(mock.mock_calls, [call.foo()])
+
+            mock = Klass()
+            mock.bar = Mock(name='name')
+            mock.bar()
+            self.assertEqual(mock.method_calls, [])
+            self.assertEqual(mock.mock_calls, [])
+
+            # mock with an existing _new_parent but no name
+            mock = Klass()
+            mock.baz = MagicMock()()
+            mock.baz()
+            self.assertEqual(mock.method_calls, [])
+            self.assertEqual(mock.mock_calls, [])
+
+
+    def test_adding_return_value_mock(self):
+        for Klass in Mock, MagicMock:
+            mock = Klass()
+            mock.return_value = MagicMock()
+
+            mock()()
+            self.assertEqual(mock.mock_calls, [call(), call()()])
+
+
+    def test_manager_mock(self):
+        class Foo(object):
+            one = 'one'
+            two = 'two'
+        manager = Mock()
+        p1 = patch.object(Foo, 'one')
+        p2 = patch.object(Foo, 'two')
+
+        mock_one = p1.start()
+        self.addCleanup(p1.stop)
+        mock_two = p2.start()
+        self.addCleanup(p2.stop)
+
+        manager.attach_mock(mock_one, 'one')
+        manager.attach_mock(mock_two, 'two')
+
+        Foo.two()
+        Foo.one()
+
+        self.assertEqual(manager.mock_calls, [call.two(), call.one()])
+
+
+    def test_magic_methods_mock_calls(self):
+        for Klass in Mock, MagicMock:
+            m = Klass()
+            m.__int__ = Mock(return_value=3)
+            m.__float__ = MagicMock(return_value=3.0)
+            int(m)
+            float(m)
+
+            self.assertEqual(m.mock_calls, [call.__int__(), call.__float__()])
+            self.assertEqual(m.method_calls, [])
+
+
+    def test_attribute_deletion(self):
+        # this behaviour isn't *useful*, but at least it's now tested...
+        for Klass in Mock, MagicMock, NonCallableMagicMock, NonCallableMock:
+            m = Klass()
+            original = m.foo
+            m.foo = 3
+            del m.foo
+            self.assertEqual(m.foo, original)
+
+            new = m.foo = Mock()
+            del m.foo
+            self.assertEqual(m.foo, new)
+
+
+    def test_mock_parents(self):
+        for Klass in Mock, MagicMock:
+            m = Klass()
+            original_repr = repr(m)
+            m.return_value = m
+            self.assertIs(m(), m)
+            self.assertEqual(repr(m), original_repr)
+
+            m.reset_mock()
+            self.assertIs(m(), m)
+            self.assertEqual(repr(m), original_repr)
+
+            m = Klass()
+            m.b = m.a
+            self.assertIn("name='mock.a'", repr(m.b))
+            self.assertIn("name='mock.a'", repr(m.a))
+            m.reset_mock()
+            self.assertIn("name='mock.a'", repr(m.b))
+            self.assertIn("name='mock.a'", repr(m.a))
+
+            m = Klass()
+            original_repr = repr(m)
+            m.a = m()
+            m.a.return_value = m
+
+            self.assertEqual(repr(m), original_repr)
+            self.assertEqual(repr(m.a()), original_repr)
+
+
+    def test_attach_mock(self):
+        classes = Mock, MagicMock, NonCallableMagicMock, NonCallableMock
+        for Klass in classes:
+            for Klass2 in classes:
+                m = Klass()
+
+                m2 = Klass2(name='foo')
+                m.attach_mock(m2, 'bar')
+
+                self.assertIs(m.bar, m2)
+                self.assertIn("name='mock.bar'", repr(m2))
+
+                m.bar.baz(1)
+                self.assertEqual(m.mock_calls, [call.bar.baz(1)])
+                self.assertEqual(m.method_calls, [call.bar.baz(1)])
+
+
+    def test_attach_mock_return_value(self):
+        classes = Mock, MagicMock, NonCallableMagicMock, NonCallableMock
+        for Klass in Mock, MagicMock:
+            for Klass2 in classes:
+                m = Klass()
+
+                m2 = Klass2(name='foo')
+                m.attach_mock(m2, 'return_value')
+
+                self.assertIs(m(), m2)
+                self.assertIn("name='mock()'", repr(m2))
+
+                m2.foo()
+                self.assertEqual(m.mock_calls, call().foo().call_list())
+
+
+    def test_attribute_deletion(self):
+        for mock in Mock(), MagicMock():
+            self.assertTrue(hasattr(mock, 'm'))
+
+            del mock.m
+            self.assertFalse(hasattr(mock, 'm'))
+
+            del mock.f
+            self.assertFalse(hasattr(mock, 'f'))
+            self.assertRaises(AttributeError, getattr, mock, 'f')
+
+
+    def test_class_assignable(self):
+        for mock in Mock(), MagicMock():
+            self.assertNotIsInstance(mock, int)
+
+            mock.__class__ = int
+            self.assertIsInstance(mock, int)
+
+
+    @unittest2.expectedFailure
+    def test_pickle(self):
+        for Klass in (MagicMock, Mock, Subclass, NonCallableMagicMock):
+            mock = Klass(name='foo', attribute=3)
+            mock.foo(1, 2, 3)
+            data = pickle.dumps(mock)
+            new = pickle.loads(data)
+
+            new.foo.assert_called_once_with(1, 2, 3)
+            self.assertFalse(new.called)
+            self.assertTrue(is_instance(new, Klass))
+            self.assertIsInstance(new, Thing)
+            self.assertIn('name="foo"', repr(new))
+            self.assertEqual(new.attribute, 3)
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+    unittest2.main()



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