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From shweth...@apache.org
Subject [09/11] incubator-atlas git commit: ATLAS-117 Build fails on the latest commit (dossett@gmail.com via shwethags)
Date Thu, 10 Sep 2015 07:25:42 GMT
http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator-atlas/blob/e77d3d33/distro/src/test/mock/mock.py
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+# mock.py
+# Test tools for mocking and patching.
+# Copyright (C) 2007-2012 Michael Foord & the mock team
+# E-mail: fuzzyman AT voidspace DOT org DOT uk
+
+# mock 1.0.1
+# http://www.voidspace.org.uk/python/mock/
+
+# Released subject to the BSD License
+# Please see http://www.voidspace.org.uk/python/license.shtml
+
+__all__ = (
+    'Mock',
+    'MagicMock',
+    'patch',
+    'sentinel',
+    'DEFAULT',
+    'ANY',
+    'call',
+    'create_autospec',
+    'FILTER_DIR',
+    'NonCallableMock',
+    'NonCallableMagicMock',
+    'mock_open',
+    'PropertyMock',
+)
+
+
+__version__ = '1.0.1'
+
+
+import pprint
+import sys
+
+try:
+    import inspect
+except ImportError:
+    # for alternative platforms that
+    # may not have inspect
+    inspect = None
+
+try:
+    from functools import wraps as original_wraps
+except ImportError:
+    # Python 2.4 compatibility
+    def wraps(original):
+        def inner(f):
+            f.__name__ = original.__name__
+            f.__doc__ = original.__doc__
+            f.__module__ = original.__module__
+            wrapped = getattr(original, '__wrapped__', original)
+            f.__wrapped__ = wrapped
+            return f
+        return inner
+else:
+    if sys.version_info[:2] >= (3, 2):
+        wraps = original_wraps
+    else:
+        def wraps(func):
+            def inner(f):
+                f = original_wraps(func)(f)
+                wrapped = getattr(func, '__wrapped__', func)
+                f.__wrapped__ = wrapped
+                return f
+            return inner
+
+try:
+    unicode
+except NameError:
+    # Python 3
+    basestring = unicode = str
+
+try:
+    long
+except NameError:
+    # Python 3
+    long = int
+
+try:
+    BaseException
+except NameError:
+    # Python 2.4 compatibility
+    BaseException = Exception
+
+try:
+    next
+except NameError:
+    def next(obj):
+        return obj.next()
+
+
+BaseExceptions = (BaseException,)
+if 'java' in sys.platform:
+    # jython
+    import java
+    BaseExceptions = (BaseException, java.lang.Throwable)
+
+try:
+    _isidentifier = str.isidentifier
+except AttributeError:
+    # Python 2.X
+    import keyword
+    import re
+    regex = re.compile(r'^[a-z_][a-z0-9_]*$', re.I)
+    def _isidentifier(string):
+        if string in keyword.kwlist:
+            return False
+        return regex.match(string)
+
+
+inPy3k = sys.version_info[0] == 3
+
+# Needed to work around Python 3 bug where use of "super" interferes with
+# defining __class__ as a descriptor
+_super = super
+
+self = 'im_self'
+builtin = '__builtin__'
+if inPy3k:
+    self = '__self__'
+    builtin = 'builtins'
+
+FILTER_DIR = True
+
+
+def _is_instance_mock(obj):
+    # can't use isinstance on Mock objects because they override __class__
+    # The base class for all mocks is NonCallableMock
+    return issubclass(type(obj), NonCallableMock)
+
+
+def _is_exception(obj):
+    return (
+        isinstance(obj, BaseExceptions) or
+        isinstance(obj, ClassTypes) and issubclass(obj, BaseExceptions)
+    )
+
+
+class _slotted(object):
+    __slots__ = ['a']
+
+
+DescriptorTypes = (
+    type(_slotted.a),
+    property,
+)
+
+
+def _getsignature(func, skipfirst, instance=False):
+    if inspect is None:
+        raise ImportError('inspect module not available')
+
+    if isinstance(func, ClassTypes) and not instance:
+        try:
+            func = func.__init__
+        except AttributeError:
+            return
+        skipfirst = True
+    elif not isinstance(func, FunctionTypes):
+        # for classes where instance is True we end up here too
+        try:
+            func = func.__call__
+        except AttributeError:
+            return
+
+    if inPy3k:
+        try:
+            argspec = inspect.getfullargspec(func)
+        except TypeError:
+            # C function / method, possibly inherited object().__init__
+            return
+        regargs, varargs, varkw, defaults, kwonly, kwonlydef, ann = argspec
+    else:
+        try:
+            regargs, varargs, varkwargs, defaults = inspect.getargspec(func)
+        except TypeError:
+            # C function / method, possibly inherited object().__init__
+            return
+
+    # instance methods and classmethods need to lose the self argument
+    if getattr(func, self, None) is not None:
+        regargs = regargs[1:]
+    if skipfirst:
+        # this condition and the above one are never both True - why?
+        regargs = regargs[1:]
+
+    if inPy3k:
+        signature = inspect.formatargspec(
+            regargs, varargs, varkw, defaults,
+            kwonly, kwonlydef, ann, formatvalue=lambda value: "")
+    else:
+        signature = inspect.formatargspec(
+            regargs, varargs, varkwargs, defaults,
+            formatvalue=lambda value: "")
+    return signature[1:-1], func
+
+
+def _check_signature(func, mock, skipfirst, instance=False):
+    if not _callable(func):
+        return
+
+    result = _getsignature(func, skipfirst, instance)
+    if result is None:
+        return
+    signature, func = result
+
+    # can't use self because "self" is common as an argument name
+    # unfortunately even not in the first place
+    src = "lambda _mock_self, %s: None" % signature
+    checksig = eval(src, {})
+    _copy_func_details(func, checksig)
+    type(mock)._mock_check_sig = checksig
+
+
+def _copy_func_details(func, funcopy):
+    funcopy.__name__ = func.__name__
+    funcopy.__doc__ = func.__doc__
+    #funcopy.__dict__.update(func.__dict__)
+    funcopy.__module__ = func.__module__
+    if not inPy3k:
+        funcopy.func_defaults = func.func_defaults
+        return
+    funcopy.__defaults__ = func.__defaults__
+    funcopy.__kwdefaults__ = func.__kwdefaults__
+
+
+def _callable(obj):
+    if isinstance(obj, ClassTypes):
+        return True
+    if getattr(obj, '__call__', None) is not None:
+        return True
+    return False
+
+
+def _is_list(obj):
+    # checks for list or tuples
+    # XXXX badly named!
+    return type(obj) in (list, tuple)
+
+
+def _instance_callable(obj):
+    """Given an object, return True if the object is callable.
+    For classes, return True if instances would be callable."""
+    if not isinstance(obj, ClassTypes):
+        # already an instance
+        return getattr(obj, '__call__', None) is not None
+
+    klass = obj
+    # uses __bases__ instead of __mro__ so that we work with old style classes
+    if klass.__dict__.get('__call__') is not None:
+        return True
+
+    for base in klass.__bases__:
+        if _instance_callable(base):
+            return True
+    return False
+
+
+def _set_signature(mock, original, instance=False):
+    # creates a function with signature (*args, **kwargs) that delegates to a
+    # mock. It still does signature checking by calling a lambda with the same
+    # signature as the original.
+    if not _callable(original):
+        return
+
+    skipfirst = isinstance(original, ClassTypes)
+    result = _getsignature(original, skipfirst, instance)
+    if result is None:
+        # was a C function (e.g. object().__init__ ) that can't be mocked
+        return
+
+    signature, func = result
+
+    src = "lambda %s: None" % signature
+    checksig = eval(src, {})
+    _copy_func_details(func, checksig)
+
+    name = original.__name__
+    if not _isidentifier(name):
+        name = 'funcopy'
+    context = {'_checksig_': checksig, 'mock': mock}
+    src = """def %s(*args, **kwargs):
+    _checksig_(*args, **kwargs)
+    return mock(*args, **kwargs)""" % name
+    exec (src, context)
+    funcopy = context[name]
+    _setup_func(funcopy, mock)
+    return funcopy
+
+
+def _setup_func(funcopy, mock):
+    funcopy.mock = mock
+
+    # can't use isinstance with mocks
+    if not _is_instance_mock(mock):
+        return
+
+    def assert_called_with(*args, **kwargs):
+        return mock.assert_called_with(*args, **kwargs)
+    def assert_called_once_with(*args, **kwargs):
+        return mock.assert_called_once_with(*args, **kwargs)
+    def assert_has_calls(*args, **kwargs):
+        return mock.assert_has_calls(*args, **kwargs)
+    def assert_any_call(*args, **kwargs):
+        return mock.assert_any_call(*args, **kwargs)
+    def reset_mock():
+        funcopy.method_calls = _CallList()
+        funcopy.mock_calls = _CallList()
+        mock.reset_mock()
+        ret = funcopy.return_value
+        if _is_instance_mock(ret) and not ret is mock:
+            ret.reset_mock()
+
+    funcopy.called = False
+    funcopy.call_count = 0
+    funcopy.call_args = None
+    funcopy.call_args_list = _CallList()
+    funcopy.method_calls = _CallList()
+    funcopy.mock_calls = _CallList()
+
+    funcopy.return_value = mock.return_value
+    funcopy.side_effect = mock.side_effect
+    funcopy._mock_children = mock._mock_children
+
+    funcopy.assert_called_with = assert_called_with
+    funcopy.assert_called_once_with = assert_called_once_with
+    funcopy.assert_has_calls = assert_has_calls
+    funcopy.assert_any_call = assert_any_call
+    funcopy.reset_mock = reset_mock
+
+    mock._mock_delegate = funcopy
+
+
+def _is_magic(name):
+    return '__%s__' % name[2:-2] == name
+
+
+class _SentinelObject(object):
+    "A unique, named, sentinel object."
+    def __init__(self, name):
+        self.name = name
+
+    def __repr__(self):
+        return 'sentinel.%s' % self.name
+
+
+class _Sentinel(object):
+    """Access attributes to return a named object, usable as a sentinel."""
+    def __init__(self):
+        self._sentinels = {}
+
+    def __getattr__(self, name):
+        if name == '__bases__':
+            # Without this help(mock) raises an exception
+            raise AttributeError
+        return self._sentinels.setdefault(name, _SentinelObject(name))
+
+
+sentinel = _Sentinel()
+
+DEFAULT = sentinel.DEFAULT
+_missing = sentinel.MISSING
+_deleted = sentinel.DELETED
+
+
+class OldStyleClass:
+    pass
+ClassType = type(OldStyleClass)
+
+
+def _copy(value):
+    if type(value) in (dict, list, tuple, set):
+        return type(value)(value)
+    return value
+
+
+ClassTypes = (type,)
+if not inPy3k:
+    ClassTypes = (type, ClassType)
+
+_allowed_names = set(
+    [
+        'return_value', '_mock_return_value', 'side_effect',
+        '_mock_side_effect', '_mock_parent', '_mock_new_parent',
+        '_mock_name', '_mock_new_name'
+    ]
+)
+
+
+def _delegating_property(name):
+    _allowed_names.add(name)
+    _the_name = '_mock_' + name
+    def _get(self, name=name, _the_name=_the_name):
+        sig = self._mock_delegate
+        if sig is None:
+            return getattr(self, _the_name)
+        return getattr(sig, name)
+    def _set(self, value, name=name, _the_name=_the_name):
+        sig = self._mock_delegate
+        if sig is None:
+            self.__dict__[_the_name] = value
+        else:
+            setattr(sig, name, value)
+
+    return property(_get, _set)
+
+
+
+class _CallList(list):
+
+    def __contains__(self, value):
+        if not isinstance(value, list):
+            return list.__contains__(self, value)
+        len_value = len(value)
+        len_self = len(self)
+        if len_value > len_self:
+            return False
+
+        for i in range(0, len_self - len_value + 1):
+            sub_list = self[i:i+len_value]
+            if sub_list == value:
+                return True
+        return False
+
+    def __repr__(self):
+        return pprint.pformat(list(self))
+
+
+def _check_and_set_parent(parent, value, name, new_name):
+    if not _is_instance_mock(value):
+        return False
+    if ((value._mock_name or value._mock_new_name) or
+        (value._mock_parent is not None) or
+        (value._mock_new_parent is not None)):
+        return False
+
+    _parent = parent
+    while _parent is not None:
+        # setting a mock (value) as a child or return value of itself
+        # should not modify the mock
+        if _parent is value:
+            return False
+        _parent = _parent._mock_new_parent
+
+    if new_name:
+        value._mock_new_parent = parent
+        value._mock_new_name = new_name
+    if name:
+        value._mock_parent = parent
+        value._mock_name = name
+    return True
+
+
+
+class Base(object):
+    _mock_return_value = DEFAULT
+    _mock_side_effect = None
+    def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
+        pass
+
+
+
+class NonCallableMock(Base):
+    """A non-callable version of `Mock`"""
+
+    def __new__(cls, *args, **kw):
+        # every instance has its own class
+        # so we can create magic methods on the
+        # class without stomping on other mocks
+        new = type(cls.__name__, (cls,), {'__doc__': cls.__doc__})
+        instance = object.__new__(new)
+        return instance
+
+
+    def __init__(
+            self, spec=None, wraps=None, name=None, spec_set=None,
+            parent=None, _spec_state=None, _new_name='', _new_parent=None,
+            **kwargs
+        ):
+        if _new_parent is None:
+            _new_parent = parent
+
+        __dict__ = self.__dict__
+        __dict__['_mock_parent'] = parent
+        __dict__['_mock_name'] = name
+        __dict__['_mock_new_name'] = _new_name
+        __dict__['_mock_new_parent'] = _new_parent
+
+        if spec_set is not None:
+            spec = spec_set
+            spec_set = True
+
+        self._mock_add_spec(spec, spec_set)
+
+        __dict__['_mock_children'] = {}
+        __dict__['_mock_wraps'] = wraps
+        __dict__['_mock_delegate'] = None
+
+        __dict__['_mock_called'] = False
+        __dict__['_mock_call_args'] = None
+        __dict__['_mock_call_count'] = 0
+        __dict__['_mock_call_args_list'] = _CallList()
+        __dict__['_mock_mock_calls'] = _CallList()
+
+        __dict__['method_calls'] = _CallList()
+
+        if kwargs:
+            self.configure_mock(**kwargs)
+
+        _super(NonCallableMock, self).__init__(
+            spec, wraps, name, spec_set, parent,
+            _spec_state
+        )
+
+
+    def attach_mock(self, mock, attribute):
+        """
+        Attach a mock as an attribute of this one, replacing its name and
+        parent. Calls to the attached mock will be recorded in the
+        `method_calls` and `mock_calls` attributes of this one."""
+        mock._mock_parent = None
+        mock._mock_new_parent = None
+        mock._mock_name = ''
+        mock._mock_new_name = None
+
+        setattr(self, attribute, mock)
+
+
+    def mock_add_spec(self, spec, spec_set=False):
+        """Add a spec to a mock. `spec` can either be an object or a
+        list of strings. Only attributes on the `spec` can be fetched as
+        attributes from the mock.
+
+        If `spec_set` is True then only attributes on the spec can be set."""
+        self._mock_add_spec(spec, spec_set)
+
+
+    def _mock_add_spec(self, spec, spec_set):
+        _spec_class = None
+
+        if spec is not None and not _is_list(spec):
+            if isinstance(spec, ClassTypes):
+                _spec_class = spec
+            else:
+                _spec_class = _get_class(spec)
+
+            spec = dir(spec)
+
+        __dict__ = self.__dict__
+        __dict__['_spec_class'] = _spec_class
+        __dict__['_spec_set'] = spec_set
+        __dict__['_mock_methods'] = spec
+
+
+    def __get_return_value(self):
+        ret = self._mock_return_value
+        if self._mock_delegate is not None:
+            ret = self._mock_delegate.return_value
+
+        if ret is DEFAULT:
+            ret = self._get_child_mock(
+                _new_parent=self, _new_name='()'
+            )
+            self.return_value = ret
+        return ret
+
+
+    def __set_return_value(self, value):
+        if self._mock_delegate is not None:
+            self._mock_delegate.return_value = value
+        else:
+            self._mock_return_value = value
+            _check_and_set_parent(self, value, None, '()')
+
+    __return_value_doc = "The value to be returned when the mock is called."
+    return_value = property(__get_return_value, __set_return_value,
+                            __return_value_doc)
+
+
+    @property
+    def __class__(self):
+        if self._spec_class is None:
+            return type(self)
+        return self._spec_class
+
+    called = _delegating_property('called')
+    call_count = _delegating_property('call_count')
+    call_args = _delegating_property('call_args')
+    call_args_list = _delegating_property('call_args_list')
+    mock_calls = _delegating_property('mock_calls')
+
+
+    def __get_side_effect(self):
+        sig = self._mock_delegate
+        if sig is None:
+            return self._mock_side_effect
+        return sig.side_effect
+
+    def __set_side_effect(self, value):
+        value = _try_iter(value)
+        sig = self._mock_delegate
+        if sig is None:
+            self._mock_side_effect = value
+        else:
+            sig.side_effect = value
+
+    side_effect = property(__get_side_effect, __set_side_effect)
+
+
+    def reset_mock(self):
+        "Restore the mock object to its initial state."
+        self.called = False
+        self.call_args = None
+        self.call_count = 0
+        self.mock_calls = _CallList()
+        self.call_args_list = _CallList()
+        self.method_calls = _CallList()
+
+        for child in self._mock_children.values():
+            if isinstance(child, _SpecState):
+                continue
+            child.reset_mock()
+
+        ret = self._mock_return_value
+        if _is_instance_mock(ret) and ret is not self:
+            ret.reset_mock()
+
+
+    def configure_mock(self, **kwargs):
+        """Set attributes on the mock through keyword arguments.
+
+        Attributes plus return values and side effects can be set on child
+        mocks using standard dot notation and unpacking a dictionary in the
+        method call:
+
+        >>> attrs = {'method.return_value': 3, 'other.side_effect': KeyError}
+        >>> mock.configure_mock(**attrs)"""
+        for arg, val in sorted(kwargs.items(),
+                               # we sort on the number of dots so that
+                               # attributes are set before we set attributes on
+                               # attributes
+                               key=lambda entry: entry[0].count('.')):
+            args = arg.split('.')
+            final = args.pop()
+            obj = self
+            for entry in args:
+                obj = getattr(obj, entry)
+            setattr(obj, final, val)
+
+
+    def __getattr__(self, name):
+        if name == '_mock_methods':
+            raise AttributeError(name)
+        elif self._mock_methods is not None:
+            if name not in self._mock_methods or name in _all_magics:
+                raise AttributeError("Mock object has no attribute %r" % name)
+        elif _is_magic(name):
+            raise AttributeError(name)
+
+        result = self._mock_children.get(name)
+        if result is _deleted:
+            raise AttributeError(name)
+        elif result is None:
+            wraps = None
+            if self._mock_wraps is not None:
+                # XXXX should we get the attribute without triggering code
+                # execution?
+                wraps = getattr(self._mock_wraps, name)
+
+            result = self._get_child_mock(
+                parent=self, name=name, wraps=wraps, _new_name=name,
+                _new_parent=self
+            )
+            self._mock_children[name]  = result
+
+        elif isinstance(result, _SpecState):
+            result = create_autospec(
+                result.spec, result.spec_set, result.instance,
+                result.parent, result.name
+            )
+            self._mock_children[name]  = result
+
+        return result
+
+
+    def __repr__(self):
+        _name_list = [self._mock_new_name]
+        _parent = self._mock_new_parent
+        last = self
+
+        dot = '.'
+        if _name_list == ['()']:
+            dot = ''
+        seen = set()
+        while _parent is not None:
+            last = _parent
+
+            _name_list.append(_parent._mock_new_name + dot)
+            dot = '.'
+            if _parent._mock_new_name == '()':
+                dot = ''
+
+            _parent = _parent._mock_new_parent
+
+            # use ids here so as not to call __hash__ on the mocks
+            if id(_parent) in seen:
+                break
+            seen.add(id(_parent))
+
+        _name_list = list(reversed(_name_list))
+        _first = last._mock_name or 'mock'
+        if len(_name_list) > 1:
+            if _name_list[1] not in ('()', '().'):
+                _first += '.'
+        _name_list[0] = _first
+        name = ''.join(_name_list)
+
+        name_string = ''
+        if name not in ('mock', 'mock.'):
+            name_string = ' name=%r' % name
+
+        spec_string = ''
+        if self._spec_class is not None:
+            spec_string = ' spec=%r'
+            if self._spec_set:
+                spec_string = ' spec_set=%r'
+            spec_string = spec_string % self._spec_class.__name__
+        return "<%s%s%s id='%s'>" % (
+            type(self).__name__,
+            name_string,
+            spec_string,
+            id(self)
+        )
+
+
+    def __dir__(self):
+        """Filter the output of `dir(mock)` to only useful members.
+        XXXX
+        """
+        extras = self._mock_methods or []
+        from_type = dir(type(self))
+        from_dict = list(self.__dict__)
+
+        if FILTER_DIR:
+            from_type = [e for e in from_type if not e.startswith('_')]
+            from_dict = [e for e in from_dict if not e.startswith('_') or
+                         _is_magic(e)]
+        return sorted(set(extras + from_type + from_dict +
+                          list(self._mock_children)))
+
+
+    def __setattr__(self, name, value):
+        if name in _allowed_names:
+            # property setters go through here
+            return object.__setattr__(self, name, value)
+        elif (self._spec_set and self._mock_methods is not None and
+            name not in self._mock_methods and
+            name not in self.__dict__):
+            raise AttributeError("Mock object has no attribute '%s'" % name)
+        elif name in _unsupported_magics:
+            msg = 'Attempting to set unsupported magic method %r.' % name
+            raise AttributeError(msg)
+        elif name in _all_magics:
+            if self._mock_methods is not None and name not in self._mock_methods:
+                raise AttributeError("Mock object has no attribute '%s'" % name)
+
+            if not _is_instance_mock(value):
+                setattr(type(self), name, _get_method(name, value))
+                original = value
+                value = lambda *args, **kw: original(self, *args, **kw)
+            else:
+                # only set _new_name and not name so that mock_calls is tracked
+                # but not method calls
+                _check_and_set_parent(self, value, None, name)
+                setattr(type(self), name, value)
+                self._mock_children[name] = value
+        elif name == '__class__':
+            self._spec_class = value
+            return
+        else:
+            if _check_and_set_parent(self, value, name, name):
+                self._mock_children[name] = value
+        return object.__setattr__(self, name, value)
+
+
+    def __delattr__(self, name):
+        if name in _all_magics and name in type(self).__dict__:
+            delattr(type(self), name)
+            if name not in self.__dict__:
+                # for magic methods that are still MagicProxy objects and
+                # not set on the instance itself
+                return
+
+        if name in self.__dict__:
+            object.__delattr__(self, name)
+
+        obj = self._mock_children.get(name, _missing)
+        if obj is _deleted:
+            raise AttributeError(name)
+        if obj is not _missing:
+            del self._mock_children[name]
+        self._mock_children[name] = _deleted
+
+
+
+    def _format_mock_call_signature(self, args, kwargs):
+        name = self._mock_name or 'mock'
+        return _format_call_signature(name, args, kwargs)
+
+
+    def _format_mock_failure_message(self, args, kwargs):
+        message = 'Expected call: %s\nActual call: %s'
+        expected_string = self._format_mock_call_signature(args, kwargs)
+        call_args = self.call_args
+        if len(call_args) == 3:
+            call_args = call_args[1:]
+        actual_string = self._format_mock_call_signature(*call_args)
+        return message % (expected_string, actual_string)
+
+
+    def assert_called_with(_mock_self, *args, **kwargs):
+        """assert that the mock was called with the specified arguments.
+
+        Raises an AssertionError if the args and keyword args passed in are
+        different to the last call to the mock."""
+        self = _mock_self
+        if self.call_args is None:
+            expected = self._format_mock_call_signature(args, kwargs)
+            raise AssertionError('Expected call: %s\nNot called' % (expected,))
+
+        if self.call_args != (args, kwargs):
+            msg = self._format_mock_failure_message(args, kwargs)
+            raise AssertionError(msg)
+
+
+    def assert_called_once_with(_mock_self, *args, **kwargs):
+        """assert that the mock was called exactly once and with the specified
+        arguments."""
+        self = _mock_self
+        if not self.call_count == 1:
+            msg = ("Expected to be called once. Called %s times." %
+                   self.call_count)
+            raise AssertionError(msg)
+        return self.assert_called_with(*args, **kwargs)
+
+
+    def assert_has_calls(self, calls, any_order=False):
+        """assert the mock has been called with the specified calls.
+        The `mock_calls` list is checked for the calls.
+
+        If `any_order` is False (the default) then the calls must be
+        sequential. There can be extra calls before or after the
+        specified calls.
+
+        If `any_order` is True then the calls can be in any order, but
+        they must all appear in `mock_calls`."""
+        if not any_order:
+            if calls not in self.mock_calls:
+                raise AssertionError(
+                    'Calls not found.\nExpected: %r\n'
+                    'Actual: %r' % (calls, self.mock_calls)
+                )
+            return
+
+        all_calls = list(self.mock_calls)
+
+        not_found = []
+        for kall in calls:
+            try:
+                all_calls.remove(kall)
+            except ValueError:
+                not_found.append(kall)
+        if not_found:
+            raise AssertionError(
+                '%r not all found in call list' % (tuple(not_found),)
+            )
+
+
+    def assert_any_call(self, *args, **kwargs):
+        """assert the mock has been called with the specified arguments.
+
+        The assert passes if the mock has *ever* been called, unlike
+        `assert_called_with` and `assert_called_once_with` that only pass if
+        the call is the most recent one."""
+        kall = call(*args, **kwargs)
+        if kall not in self.call_args_list:
+            expected_string = self._format_mock_call_signature(args, kwargs)
+            raise AssertionError(
+                '%s call not found' % expected_string
+            )
+
+
+    def _get_child_mock(self, **kw):
+        """Create the child mocks for attributes and return value.
+        By default child mocks will be the same type as the parent.
+        Subclasses of Mock may want to override this to customize the way
+        child mocks are made.
+
+        For non-callable mocks the callable variant will be used (rather than
+        any custom subclass)."""
+        _type = type(self)
+        if not issubclass(_type, CallableMixin):
+            if issubclass(_type, NonCallableMagicMock):
+                klass = MagicMock
+            elif issubclass(_type, NonCallableMock) :
+                klass = Mock
+        else:
+            klass = _type.__mro__[1]
+        return klass(**kw)
+
+
+
+def _try_iter(obj):
+    if obj is None:
+        return obj
+    if _is_exception(obj):
+        return obj
+    if _callable(obj):
+        return obj
+    try:
+        return iter(obj)
+    except TypeError:
+        # XXXX backwards compatibility
+        # but this will blow up on first call - so maybe we should fail early?
+        return obj
+
+
+
+class CallableMixin(Base):
+
+    def __init__(self, spec=None, side_effect=None, return_value=DEFAULT,
+                 wraps=None, name=None, spec_set=None, parent=None,
+                 _spec_state=None, _new_name='', _new_parent=None, **kwargs):
+        self.__dict__['_mock_return_value'] = return_value
+
+        _super(CallableMixin, self).__init__(
+            spec, wraps, name, spec_set, parent,
+            _spec_state, _new_name, _new_parent, **kwargs
+        )
+
+        self.side_effect = side_effect
+
+
+    def _mock_check_sig(self, *args, **kwargs):
+        # stub method that can be replaced with one with a specific signature
+        pass
+
+
+    def __call__(_mock_self, *args, **kwargs):
+        # can't use self in-case a function / method we are mocking uses self
+        # in the signature
+        _mock_self._mock_check_sig(*args, **kwargs)
+        return _mock_self._mock_call(*args, **kwargs)
+
+
+    def _mock_call(_mock_self, *args, **kwargs):
+        self = _mock_self
+        self.called = True
+        self.call_count += 1
+        self.call_args = _Call((args, kwargs), two=True)
+        self.call_args_list.append(_Call((args, kwargs), two=True))
+
+        _new_name = self._mock_new_name
+        _new_parent = self._mock_new_parent
+        self.mock_calls.append(_Call(('', args, kwargs)))
+
+        seen = set()
+        skip_next_dot = _new_name == '()'
+        do_method_calls = self._mock_parent is not None
+        name = self._mock_name
+        while _new_parent is not None:
+            this_mock_call = _Call((_new_name, args, kwargs))
+            if _new_parent._mock_new_name:
+                dot = '.'
+                if skip_next_dot:
+                    dot = ''
+
+                skip_next_dot = False
+                if _new_parent._mock_new_name == '()':
+                    skip_next_dot = True
+
+                _new_name = _new_parent._mock_new_name + dot + _new_name
+
+            if do_method_calls:
+                if _new_name == name:
+                    this_method_call = this_mock_call
+                else:
+                    this_method_call = _Call((name, args, kwargs))
+                _new_parent.method_calls.append(this_method_call)
+
+                do_method_calls = _new_parent._mock_parent is not None
+                if do_method_calls:
+                    name = _new_parent._mock_name + '.' + name
+
+            _new_parent.mock_calls.append(this_mock_call)
+            _new_parent = _new_parent._mock_new_parent
+
+            # use ids here so as not to call __hash__ on the mocks
+            _new_parent_id = id(_new_parent)
+            if _new_parent_id in seen:
+                break
+            seen.add(_new_parent_id)
+
+        ret_val = DEFAULT
+        effect = self.side_effect
+        if effect is not None:
+            if _is_exception(effect):
+                raise effect
+
+            if not _callable(effect):
+                result = next(effect)
+                if _is_exception(result):
+                    raise result
+                return result
+
+            ret_val = effect(*args, **kwargs)
+            if ret_val is DEFAULT:
+                ret_val = self.return_value
+
+        if (self._mock_wraps is not None and
+             self._mock_return_value is DEFAULT):
+            return self._mock_wraps(*args, **kwargs)
+        if ret_val is DEFAULT:
+            ret_val = self.return_value
+        return ret_val
+
+
+
+class Mock(CallableMixin, NonCallableMock):
+    """
+    Create a new `Mock` object. `Mock` takes several optional arguments
+    that specify the behaviour of the Mock object:
+
+    * `spec`: This can be either a list of strings or an existing object (a
+      class or instance) that acts as the specification for the mock object. If
+      you pass in an object then a list of strings is formed by calling dir on
+      the object (excluding unsupported magic attributes and methods). Accessing
+      any attribute not in this list will raise an `AttributeError`.
+
+      If `spec` is an object (rather than a list of strings) then
+      `mock.__class__` returns the class of the spec object. This allows mocks
+      to pass `isinstance` tests.
+
+    * `spec_set`: A stricter variant of `spec`. If used, attempting to *set*
+      or get an attribute on the mock that isn't on the object passed as
+      `spec_set` will raise an `AttributeError`.
+
+    * `side_effect`: A function to be called whenever the Mock is called. See
+      the `side_effect` attribute. Useful for raising exceptions or
+      dynamically changing return values. The function is called with the same
+      arguments as the mock, and unless it returns `DEFAULT`, the return
+      value of this function is used as the return value.
+
+      Alternatively `side_effect` can be an exception class or instance. In
+      this case the exception will be raised when the mock is called.
+
+      If `side_effect` is an iterable then each call to the mock will return
+      the next value from the iterable. If any of the members of the iterable
+      are exceptions they will be raised instead of returned.
+
+    * `return_value`: The value returned when the mock is called. By default
+      this is a new Mock (created on first access). See the
+      `return_value` attribute.
+
+    * `wraps`: Item for the mock object to wrap. If `wraps` is not None then
+      calling the Mock will pass the call through to the wrapped object
+      (returning the real result). Attribute access on the mock will return a
+      Mock object that wraps the corresponding attribute of the wrapped object
+      (so attempting to access an attribute that doesn't exist will raise an
+      `AttributeError`).
+
+      If the mock has an explicit `return_value` set then calls are not passed
+      to the wrapped object and the `return_value` is returned instead.
+
+    * `name`: If the mock has a name then it will be used in the repr of the
+      mock. This can be useful for debugging. The name is propagated to child
+      mocks.
+
+    Mocks can also be called with arbitrary keyword arguments. These will be
+    used to set attributes on the mock after it is created.
+    """
+
+
+
+def _dot_lookup(thing, comp, import_path):
+    try:
+        return getattr(thing, comp)
+    except AttributeError:
+        __import__(import_path)
+        return getattr(thing, comp)
+
+
+def _importer(target):
+    components = target.split('.')
+    import_path = components.pop(0)
+    thing = __import__(import_path)
+
+    for comp in components:
+        import_path += ".%s" % comp
+        thing = _dot_lookup(thing, comp, import_path)
+    return thing
+
+
+def _is_started(patcher):
+    # XXXX horrible
+    return hasattr(patcher, 'is_local')
+
+
+class _patch(object):
+
+    attribute_name = None
+    _active_patches = set()
+
+    def __init__(
+            self, getter, attribute, new, spec, create,
+            spec_set, autospec, new_callable, kwargs
+        ):
+        if new_callable is not None:
+            if new is not DEFAULT:
+                raise ValueError(
+                    "Cannot use 'new' and 'new_callable' together"
+                )
+            if autospec is not None:
+                raise ValueError(
+                    "Cannot use 'autospec' and 'new_callable' together"
+                )
+
+        self.getter = getter
+        self.attribute = attribute
+        self.new = new
+        self.new_callable = new_callable
+        self.spec = spec
+        self.create = create
+        self.has_local = False
+        self.spec_set = spec_set
+        self.autospec = autospec
+        self.kwargs = kwargs
+        self.additional_patchers = []
+
+
+    def copy(self):
+        patcher = _patch(
+            self.getter, self.attribute, self.new, self.spec,
+            self.create, self.spec_set,
+            self.autospec, self.new_callable, self.kwargs
+        )
+        patcher.attribute_name = self.attribute_name
+        patcher.additional_patchers = [
+            p.copy() for p in self.additional_patchers
+        ]
+        return patcher
+
+
+    def __call__(self, func):
+        if isinstance(func, ClassTypes):
+            return self.decorate_class(func)
+        return self.decorate_callable(func)
+
+
+    def decorate_class(self, klass):
+        for attr in dir(klass):
+            if not attr.startswith(patch.TEST_PREFIX):
+                continue
+
+            attr_value = getattr(klass, attr)
+            if not hasattr(attr_value, "__call__"):
+                continue
+
+            patcher = self.copy()
+            setattr(klass, attr, patcher(attr_value))
+        return klass
+
+
+    def decorate_callable(self, func):
+        if hasattr(func, 'patchings'):
+            func.patchings.append(self)
+            return func
+
+        @wraps(func)
+        def patched(*args, **keywargs):
+            # don't use a with here (backwards compatability with Python 2.4)
+            extra_args = []
+            entered_patchers = []
+
+            # can't use try...except...finally because of Python 2.4
+            # compatibility
+            exc_info = tuple()
+            try:
+                try:
+                    for patching in patched.patchings:
+                        arg = patching.__enter__()
+                        entered_patchers.append(patching)
+                        if patching.attribute_name is not None:
+                            keywargs.update(arg)
+                        elif patching.new is DEFAULT:
+                            extra_args.append(arg)
+
+                    args += tuple(extra_args)
+                    return func(*args, **keywargs)
+                except:
+                    if (patching not in entered_patchers and
+                        _is_started(patching)):
+                        # the patcher may have been started, but an exception
+                        # raised whilst entering one of its additional_patchers
+                        entered_patchers.append(patching)
+                    # Pass the exception to __exit__
+                    exc_info = sys.exc_info()
+                    # re-raise the exception
+                    raise
+            finally:
+                for patching in reversed(entered_patchers):
+                    patching.__exit__(*exc_info)
+
+        patched.patchings = [self]
+        if hasattr(func, 'func_code'):
+            # not in Python 3
+            patched.compat_co_firstlineno = getattr(
+                func, "compat_co_firstlineno",
+                func.func_code.co_firstlineno
+            )
+        return patched
+
+
+    def get_original(self):
+        target = self.getter()
+        name = self.attribute
+
+        original = DEFAULT
+        local = False
+
+        try:
+            original = target.__dict__[name]
+        except (AttributeError, KeyError):
+            original = getattr(target, name, DEFAULT)
+        else:
+            local = True
+
+        if not self.create and original is DEFAULT:
+            raise AttributeError(
+                "%s does not have the attribute %r" % (target, name)
+            )
+        return original, local
+
+
+    def __enter__(self):
+        """Perform the patch."""
+        new, spec, spec_set = self.new, self.spec, self.spec_set
+        autospec, kwargs = self.autospec, self.kwargs
+        new_callable = self.new_callable
+        self.target = self.getter()
+
+        # normalise False to None
+        if spec is False:
+            spec = None
+        if spec_set is False:
+            spec_set = None
+        if autospec is False:
+            autospec = None
+
+        if spec is not None and autospec is not None:
+            raise TypeError("Can't specify spec and autospec")
+        if ((spec is not None or autospec is not None) and
+            spec_set not in (True, None)):
+            raise TypeError("Can't provide explicit spec_set *and* spec or autospec")
+
+        original, local = self.get_original()
+
+        if new is DEFAULT and autospec is None:
+            inherit = False
+            if spec is True:
+                # set spec to the object we are replacing
+                spec = original
+                if spec_set is True:
+                    spec_set = original
+                    spec = None
+            elif spec is not None:
+                if spec_set is True:
+                    spec_set = spec
+                    spec = None
+            elif spec_set is True:
+                spec_set = original
+
+            if spec is not None or spec_set is not None:
+                if original is DEFAULT:
+                    raise TypeError("Can't use 'spec' with create=True")
+                if isinstance(original, ClassTypes):
+                    # If we're patching out a class and there is a spec
+                    inherit = True
+
+            Klass = MagicMock
+            _kwargs = {}
+            if new_callable is not None:
+                Klass = new_callable
+            elif spec is not None or spec_set is not None:
+                this_spec = spec
+                if spec_set is not None:
+                    this_spec = spec_set
+                if _is_list(this_spec):
+                    not_callable = '__call__' not in this_spec
+                else:
+                    not_callable = not _callable(this_spec)
+                if not_callable:
+                    Klass = NonCallableMagicMock
+
+            if spec is not None:
+                _kwargs['spec'] = spec
+            if spec_set is not None:
+                _kwargs['spec_set'] = spec_set
+
+            # add a name to mocks
+            if (isinstance(Klass, type) and
+                issubclass(Klass, NonCallableMock) and self.attribute):
+                _kwargs['name'] = self.attribute
+
+            _kwargs.update(kwargs)
+            new = Klass(**_kwargs)
+
+            if inherit and _is_instance_mock(new):
+                # we can only tell if the instance should be callable if the
+                # spec is not a list
+                this_spec = spec
+                if spec_set is not None:
+                    this_spec = spec_set
+                if (not _is_list(this_spec) and not
+                    _instance_callable(this_spec)):
+                    Klass = NonCallableMagicMock
+
+                _kwargs.pop('name')
+                new.return_value = Klass(_new_parent=new, _new_name='()',
+                                         **_kwargs)
+        elif autospec is not None:
+            # spec is ignored, new *must* be default, spec_set is treated
+            # as a boolean. Should we check spec is not None and that spec_set
+            # is a bool?
+            if new is not DEFAULT:
+                raise TypeError(
+                    "autospec creates the mock for you. Can't specify "
+                    "autospec and new."
+                )
+            if original is DEFAULT:
+                raise TypeError("Can't use 'autospec' with create=True")
+            spec_set = bool(spec_set)
+            if autospec is True:
+                autospec = original
+
+            new = create_autospec(autospec, spec_set=spec_set,
+                                  _name=self.attribute, **kwargs)
+        elif kwargs:
+            # can't set keyword args when we aren't creating the mock
+            # XXXX If new is a Mock we could call new.configure_mock(**kwargs)
+            raise TypeError("Can't pass kwargs to a mock we aren't creating")
+
+        new_attr = new
+
+        self.temp_original = original
+        self.is_local = local
+        setattr(self.target, self.attribute, new_attr)
+        if self.attribute_name is not None:
+            extra_args = {}
+            if self.new is DEFAULT:
+                extra_args[self.attribute_name] =  new
+            for patching in self.additional_patchers:
+                arg = patching.__enter__()
+                if patching.new is DEFAULT:
+                    extra_args.update(arg)
+            return extra_args
+
+        return new
+
+
+    def __exit__(self, *exc_info):
+        """Undo the patch."""
+        if not _is_started(self):
+            raise RuntimeError('stop called on unstarted patcher')
+
+        if self.is_local and self.temp_original is not DEFAULT:
+            setattr(self.target, self.attribute, self.temp_original)
+        else:
+            delattr(self.target, self.attribute)
+            if not self.create and not hasattr(self.target, self.attribute):
+                # needed for proxy objects like django settings
+                setattr(self.target, self.attribute, self.temp_original)
+
+        del self.temp_original
+        del self.is_local
+        del self.target
+        for patcher in reversed(self.additional_patchers):
+            if _is_started(patcher):
+                patcher.__exit__(*exc_info)
+
+
+    def start(self):
+        """Activate a patch, returning any created mock."""
+        result = self.__enter__()
+        self._active_patches.add(self)
+        return result
+
+
+    def stop(self):
+        """Stop an active patch."""
+        self._active_patches.discard(self)
+        return self.__exit__()
+
+
+
+def _get_target(target):
+    try:
+        target, attribute = target.rsplit('.', 1)
+    except (TypeError, ValueError):
+        raise TypeError("Need a valid target to patch. You supplied: %r" %
+                        (target,))
+    getter = lambda: _importer(target)
+    return getter, attribute
+
+
+def _patch_object(
+        target, attribute, new=DEFAULT, spec=None,
+        create=False, spec_set=None, autospec=None,
+        new_callable=None, **kwargs
+    ):
+    """
+    patch.object(target, attribute, new=DEFAULT, spec=None, create=False,
+                 spec_set=None, autospec=None, new_callable=None, **kwargs)
+
+    patch the named member (`attribute`) on an object (`target`) with a mock
+    object.
+
+    `patch.object` can be used as a decorator, class decorator or a context
+    manager. Arguments `new`, `spec`, `create`, `spec_set`,
+    `autospec` and `new_callable` have the same meaning as for `patch`. Like
+    `patch`, `patch.object` takes arbitrary keyword arguments for configuring
+    the mock object it creates.
+
+    When used as a class decorator `patch.object` honours `patch.TEST_PREFIX`
+    for choosing which methods to wrap.
+    """
+    getter = lambda: target
+    return _patch(
+        getter, attribute, new, spec, create,
+        spec_set, autospec, new_callable, kwargs
+    )
+
+
+def _patch_multiple(target, spec=None, create=False, spec_set=None,
+                    autospec=None, new_callable=None, **kwargs):
+    """Perform multiple patches in a single call. It takes the object to be
+    patched (either as an object or a string to fetch the object by importing)
+    and keyword arguments for the patches::
+
+        with patch.multiple(settings, FIRST_PATCH='one', SECOND_PATCH='two'):
+            ...
+
+    Use `DEFAULT` as the value if you want `patch.multiple` to create
+    mocks for you. In this case the created mocks are passed into a decorated
+    function by keyword, and a dictionary is returned when `patch.multiple` is
+    used as a context manager.
+
+    `patch.multiple` can be used as a decorator, class decorator or a context
+    manager. The arguments `spec`, `spec_set`, `create`,
+    `autospec` and `new_callable` have the same meaning as for `patch`. These
+    arguments will be applied to *all* patches done by `patch.multiple`.
+
+    When used as a class decorator `patch.multiple` honours `patch.TEST_PREFIX`
+    for choosing which methods to wrap.
+    """
+    if type(target) in (unicode, str):
+        getter = lambda: _importer(target)
+    else:
+        getter = lambda: target
+
+    if not kwargs:
+        raise ValueError(
+            'Must supply at least one keyword argument with patch.multiple'
+        )
+    # need to wrap in a list for python 3, where items is a view
+    items = list(kwargs.items())
+    attribute, new = items[0]
+    patcher = _patch(
+        getter, attribute, new, spec, create, spec_set,
+        autospec, new_callable, {}
+    )
+    patcher.attribute_name = attribute
+    for attribute, new in items[1:]:
+        this_patcher = _patch(
+            getter, attribute, new, spec, create, spec_set,
+            autospec, new_callable, {}
+        )
+        this_patcher.attribute_name = attribute
+        patcher.additional_patchers.append(this_patcher)
+    return patcher
+
+
+def patch(
+        target, new=DEFAULT, spec=None, create=False,
+        spec_set=None, autospec=None, new_callable=None, **kwargs
+    ):
+    """
+    `patch` acts as a function decorator, class decorator or a context
+    manager. Inside the body of the function or with statement, the `target`
+    is patched with a `new` object. When the function/with statement exits
+    the patch is undone.
+
+    If `new` is omitted, then the target is replaced with a
+    `MagicMock`. If `patch` is used as a decorator and `new` is
+    omitted, the created mock is passed in as an extra argument to the
+    decorated function. If `patch` is used as a context manager the created
+    mock is returned by the context manager.
+
+    `target` should be a string in the form `'package.module.ClassName'`. The
+    `target` is imported and the specified object replaced with the `new`
+    object, so the `target` must be importable from the environment you are
+    calling `patch` from. The target is imported when the decorated function
+    is executed, not at decoration time.
+
+    The `spec` and `spec_set` keyword arguments are passed to the `MagicMock`
+    if patch is creating one for you.
+
+    In addition you can pass `spec=True` or `spec_set=True`, which causes
+    patch to pass in the object being mocked as the spec/spec_set object.
+
+    `new_callable` allows you to specify a different class, or callable object,
+    that will be called to create the `new` object. By default `MagicMock` is
+    used.
+
+    A more powerful form of `spec` is `autospec`. If you set `autospec=True`
+    then the mock with be created with a spec from the object being replaced.
+    All attributes of the mock will also have the spec of the corresponding
+    attribute of the object being replaced. Methods and functions being
+    mocked will have their arguments checked and will raise a `TypeError` if
+    they are called with the wrong signature. For mocks replacing a class,
+    their return value (the 'instance') will have the same spec as the class.
+
+    Instead of `autospec=True` you can pass `autospec=some_object` to use an
+    arbitrary object as the spec instead of the one being replaced.
+
+    By default `patch` will fail to replace attributes that don't exist. If
+    you pass in `create=True`, and the attribute doesn't exist, patch will
+    create the attribute for you when the patched function is called, and
+    delete it again afterwards. This is useful for writing tests against
+    attributes that your production code creates at runtime. It is off by by
+    default because it can be dangerous. With it switched on you can write
+    passing tests against APIs that don't actually exist!
+
+    Patch can be used as a `TestCase` class decorator. It works by
+    decorating each test method in the class. This reduces the boilerplate
+    code when your test methods share a common patchings set. `patch` finds
+    tests by looking for method names that start with `patch.TEST_PREFIX`.
+    By default this is `test`, which matches the way `unittest` finds tests.
+    You can specify an alternative prefix by setting `patch.TEST_PREFIX`.
+
+    Patch can be used as a context manager, with the with statement. Here the
+    patching applies to the indented block after the with statement. If you
+    use "as" then the patched object will be bound to the name after the
+    "as"; very useful if `patch` is creating a mock object for you.
+
+    `patch` takes arbitrary keyword arguments. These will be passed to
+    the `Mock` (or `new_callable`) on construction.
+
+    `patch.dict(...)`, `patch.multiple(...)` and `patch.object(...)` are
+    available for alternate use-cases.
+    """
+    getter, attribute = _get_target(target)
+    return _patch(
+        getter, attribute, new, spec, create,
+        spec_set, autospec, new_callable, kwargs
+    )
+
+
+class _patch_dict(object):
+    """
+    Patch a dictionary, or dictionary like object, and restore the dictionary
+    to its original state after the test.
+
+    `in_dict` can be a dictionary or a mapping like container. If it is a
+    mapping then it must at least support getting, setting and deleting items
+    plus iterating over keys.
+
+    `in_dict` can also be a string specifying the name of the dictionary, which
+    will then be fetched by importing it.
+
+    `values` can be a dictionary of values to set in the dictionary. `values`
+    can also be an iterable of `(key, value)` pairs.
+
+    If `clear` is True then the dictionary will be cleared before the new
+    values are set.
+
+    `patch.dict` can also be called with arbitrary keyword arguments to set
+    values in the dictionary::
+
+        with patch.dict('sys.modules', mymodule=Mock(), other_module=Mock()):
+            ...
+
+    `patch.dict` can be used as a context manager, decorator or class
+    decorator. When used as a class decorator `patch.dict` honours
+    `patch.TEST_PREFIX` for choosing which methods to wrap.
+    """
+
+    def __init__(self, in_dict, values=(), clear=False, **kwargs):
+        if isinstance(in_dict, basestring):
+            in_dict = _importer(in_dict)
+        self.in_dict = in_dict
+        # support any argument supported by dict(...) constructor
+        self.values = dict(values)
+        self.values.update(kwargs)
+        self.clear = clear
+        self._original = None
+
+
+    def __call__(self, f):
+        if isinstance(f, ClassTypes):
+            return self.decorate_class(f)
+        @wraps(f)
+        def _inner(*args, **kw):
+            self._patch_dict()
+            try:
+                return f(*args, **kw)
+            finally:
+                self._unpatch_dict()
+
+        return _inner
+
+
+    def decorate_class(self, klass):
+        for attr in dir(klass):
+            attr_value = getattr(klass, attr)
+            if (attr.startswith(patch.TEST_PREFIX) and
+                 hasattr(attr_value, "__call__")):
+                decorator = _patch_dict(self.in_dict, self.values, self.clear)
+                decorated = decorator(attr_value)
+                setattr(klass, attr, decorated)
+        return klass
+
+
+    def __enter__(self):
+        """Patch the dict."""
+        self._patch_dict()
+
+
+    def _patch_dict(self):
+        values = self.values
+        in_dict = self.in_dict
+        clear = self.clear
+
+        try:
+            original = in_dict.copy()
+        except AttributeError:
+            # dict like object with no copy method
+            # must support iteration over keys
+            original = {}
+            for key in in_dict:
+                original[key] = in_dict[key]
+        self._original = original
+
+        if clear:
+            _clear_dict(in_dict)
+
+        try:
+            in_dict.update(values)
+        except AttributeError:
+            # dict like object with no update method
+            for key in values:
+                in_dict[key] = values[key]
+
+
+    def _unpatch_dict(self):
+        in_dict = self.in_dict
+        original = self._original
+
+        _clear_dict(in_dict)
+
+        try:
+            in_dict.update(original)
+        except AttributeError:
+            for key in original:
+                in_dict[key] = original[key]
+
+
+    def __exit__(self, *args):
+        """Unpatch the dict."""
+        self._unpatch_dict()
+        return False
+
+    start = __enter__
+    stop = __exit__
+
+
+def _clear_dict(in_dict):
+    try:
+        in_dict.clear()
+    except AttributeError:
+        keys = list(in_dict)
+        for key in keys:
+            del in_dict[key]
+
+
+def _patch_stopall():
+    """Stop all active patches."""
+    for patch in list(_patch._active_patches):
+        patch.stop()
+
+
+patch.object = _patch_object
+patch.dict = _patch_dict
+patch.multiple = _patch_multiple
+patch.stopall = _patch_stopall
+patch.TEST_PREFIX = 'test'
+
+magic_methods = (
+    "lt le gt ge eq ne "
+    "getitem setitem delitem "
+    "len contains iter "
+    "hash str sizeof "
+    "enter exit "
+    "divmod neg pos abs invert "
+    "complex int float index "
+    "trunc floor ceil "
+)
+
+numerics = "add sub mul div floordiv mod lshift rshift and xor or pow "
+inplace = ' '.join('i%s' % n for n in numerics.split())
+right = ' '.join('r%s' % n for n in numerics.split())
+extra = ''
+if inPy3k:
+    extra = 'bool next '
+else:
+    extra = 'unicode long nonzero oct hex truediv rtruediv '
+
+# not including __prepare__, __instancecheck__, __subclasscheck__
+# (as they are metaclass methods)
+# __del__ is not supported at all as it causes problems if it exists
+
+_non_defaults = set('__%s__' % method for method in [
+    'cmp', 'getslice', 'setslice', 'coerce', 'subclasses',
+    'format', 'get', 'set', 'delete', 'reversed',
+    'missing', 'reduce', 'reduce_ex', 'getinitargs',
+    'getnewargs', 'getstate', 'setstate', 'getformat',
+    'setformat', 'repr', 'dir'
+])
+
+
+def _get_method(name, func):
+    "Turns a callable object (like a mock) into a real function"
+    def method(self, *args, **kw):
+        return func(self, *args, **kw)
+    method.__name__ = name
+    return method
+
+
+_magics = set(
+    '__%s__' % method for method in
+    ' '.join([magic_methods, numerics, inplace, right, extra]).split()
+)
+
+_all_magics = _magics | _non_defaults
+
+_unsupported_magics = set([
+    '__getattr__', '__setattr__',
+    '__init__', '__new__', '__prepare__'
+    '__instancecheck__', '__subclasscheck__',
+    '__del__'
+])
+
+_calculate_return_value = {
+    '__hash__': lambda self: object.__hash__(self),
+    '__str__': lambda self: object.__str__(self),
+    '__sizeof__': lambda self: object.__sizeof__(self),
+    '__unicode__': lambda self: unicode(object.__str__(self)),
+}
+
+_return_values = {
+    '__lt__': NotImplemented,
+    '__gt__': NotImplemented,
+    '__le__': NotImplemented,
+    '__ge__': NotImplemented,
+    '__int__': 1,
+    '__contains__': False,
+    '__len__': 0,
+    '__exit__': False,
+    '__complex__': 1j,
+    '__float__': 1.0,
+    '__bool__': True,
+    '__nonzero__': True,
+    '__oct__': '1',
+    '__hex__': '0x1',
+    '__long__': long(1),
+    '__index__': 1,
+}
+
+
+def _get_eq(self):
+    def __eq__(other):
+        ret_val = self.__eq__._mock_return_value
+        if ret_val is not DEFAULT:
+            return ret_val
+        return self is other
+    return __eq__
+
+def _get_ne(self):
+    def __ne__(other):
+        if self.__ne__._mock_return_value is not DEFAULT:
+            return DEFAULT
+        return self is not other
+    return __ne__
+
+def _get_iter(self):
+    def __iter__():
+        ret_val = self.__iter__._mock_return_value
+        if ret_val is DEFAULT:
+            return iter([])
+        # if ret_val was already an iterator, then calling iter on it should
+        # return the iterator unchanged
+        return iter(ret_val)
+    return __iter__
+
+_side_effect_methods = {
+    '__eq__': _get_eq,
+    '__ne__': _get_ne,
+    '__iter__': _get_iter,
+}
+
+
+
+def _set_return_value(mock, method, name):
+    fixed = _return_values.get(name, DEFAULT)
+    if fixed is not DEFAULT:
+        method.return_value = fixed
+        return
+
+    return_calulator = _calculate_return_value.get(name)
+    if return_calulator is not None:
+        try:
+            return_value = return_calulator(mock)
+        except AttributeError:
+            # XXXX why do we return AttributeError here?
+            #      set it as a side_effect instead?
+            return_value = AttributeError(name)
+        method.return_value = return_value
+        return
+
+    side_effector = _side_effect_methods.get(name)
+    if side_effector is not None:
+        method.side_effect = side_effector(mock)
+
+
+
+class MagicMixin(object):
+    def __init__(self, *args, **kw):
+        _super(MagicMixin, self).__init__(*args, **kw)
+        self._mock_set_magics()
+
+
+    def _mock_set_magics(self):
+        these_magics = _magics
+
+        if self._mock_methods is not None:
+            these_magics = _magics.intersection(self._mock_methods)
+
+            remove_magics = set()
+            remove_magics = _magics - these_magics
+
+            for entry in remove_magics:
+                if entry in type(self).__dict__:
+                    # remove unneeded magic methods
+                    delattr(self, entry)
+
+        # don't overwrite existing attributes if called a second time
+        these_magics = these_magics - set(type(self).__dict__)
+
+        _type = type(self)
+        for entry in these_magics:
+            setattr(_type, entry, MagicProxy(entry, self))
+
+
+
+class NonCallableMagicMock(MagicMixin, NonCallableMock):
+    """A version of `MagicMock` that isn't callable."""
+    def mock_add_spec(self, spec, spec_set=False):
+        """Add a spec to a mock. `spec` can either be an object or a
+        list of strings. Only attributes on the `spec` can be fetched as
+        attributes from the mock.
+
+        If `spec_set` is True then only attributes on the spec can be set."""
+        self._mock_add_spec(spec, spec_set)
+        self._mock_set_magics()
+
+
+
+class MagicMock(MagicMixin, Mock):
+    """
+    MagicMock is a subclass of Mock with default implementations
+    of most of the magic methods. You can use MagicMock without having to
+    configure the magic methods yourself.
+
+    If you use the `spec` or `spec_set` arguments then *only* magic
+    methods that exist in the spec will be created.
+
+    Attributes and the return value of a `MagicMock` will also be `MagicMocks`.
+    """
+    def mock_add_spec(self, spec, spec_set=False):
+        """Add a spec to a mock. `spec` can either be an object or a
+        list of strings. Only attributes on the `spec` can be fetched as
+        attributes from the mock.
+
+        If `spec_set` is True then only attributes on the spec can be set."""
+        self._mock_add_spec(spec, spec_set)
+        self._mock_set_magics()
+
+
+
+class MagicProxy(object):
+    def __init__(self, name, parent):
+        self.name = name
+        self.parent = parent
+
+    def __call__(self, *args, **kwargs):
+        m = self.create_mock()
+        return m(*args, **kwargs)
+
+    def create_mock(self):
+        entry = self.name
+        parent = self.parent
+        m = parent._get_child_mock(name=entry, _new_name=entry,
+                                   _new_parent=parent)
+        setattr(parent, entry, m)
+        _set_return_value(parent, m, entry)
+        return m
+
+    def __get__(self, obj, _type=None):
+        return self.create_mock()
+
+
+
+class _ANY(object):
+    "A helper object that compares equal to everything."
+
+    def __eq__(self, other):
+        return True
+
+    def __ne__(self, other):
+        return False
+
+    def __repr__(self):
+        return '<ANY>'
+
+ANY = _ANY()
+
+
+
+def _format_call_signature(name, args, kwargs):
+    message = '%s(%%s)' % name
+    formatted_args = ''
+    args_string = ', '.join([repr(arg) for arg in args])
+    kwargs_string = ', '.join([
+        '%s=%r' % (key, value) for key, value in kwargs.items()
+    ])
+    if args_string:
+        formatted_args = args_string
+    if kwargs_string:
+        if formatted_args:
+            formatted_args += ', '
+        formatted_args += kwargs_string
+
+    return message % formatted_args
+
+
+
+class _Call(tuple):
+    """
+    A tuple for holding the results of a call to a mock, either in the form
+    `(args, kwargs)` or `(name, args, kwargs)`.
+
+    If args or kwargs are empty then a call tuple will compare equal to
+    a tuple without those values. This makes comparisons less verbose::
+
+        _Call(('name', (), {})) == ('name',)
+        _Call(('name', (1,), {})) == ('name', (1,))
+        _Call(((), {'a': 'b'})) == ({'a': 'b'},)
+
+    The `_Call` object provides a useful shortcut for comparing with call::
+
+        _Call(((1, 2), {'a': 3})) == call(1, 2, a=3)
+        _Call(('foo', (1, 2), {'a': 3})) == call.foo(1, 2, a=3)
+
+    If the _Call has no name then it will match any name.
+    """
+    def __new__(cls, value=(), name=None, parent=None, two=False,
+                from_kall=True):
+        name = ''
+        args = ()
+        kwargs = {}
+        _len = len(value)
+        if _len == 3:
+            name, args, kwargs = value
+        elif _len == 2:
+            first, second = value
+            if isinstance(first, basestring):
+                name = first
+                if isinstance(second, tuple):
+                    args = second
+                else:
+                    kwargs = second
+            else:
+                args, kwargs = first, second
+        elif _len == 1:
+            value, = value
+            if isinstance(value, basestring):
+                name = value
+            elif isinstance(value, tuple):
+                args = value
+            else:
+                kwargs = value
+
+        if two:
+            return tuple.__new__(cls, (args, kwargs))
+
+        return tuple.__new__(cls, (name, args, kwargs))
+
+
+    def __init__(self, value=(), name=None, parent=None, two=False,
+                 from_kall=True):
+        self.name = name
+        self.parent = parent
+        self.from_kall = from_kall
+
+
+    def __eq__(self, other):
+        if other is ANY:
+            return True
+        try:
+            len_other = len(other)
+        except TypeError:
+            return False
+
+        self_name = ''
+        if len(self) == 2:
+            self_args, self_kwargs = self
+        else:
+            self_name, self_args, self_kwargs = self
+
+        other_name = ''
+        if len_other == 0:
+            other_args, other_kwargs = (), {}
+        elif len_other == 3:
+            other_name, other_args, other_kwargs = other
+        elif len_other == 1:
+            value, = other
+            if isinstance(value, tuple):
+                other_args = value
+                other_kwargs = {}
+            elif isinstance(value, basestring):
+                other_name = value
+                other_args, other_kwargs = (), {}
+            else:
+                other_args = ()
+                other_kwargs = value
+        else:
+            # len 2
+            # could be (name, args) or (name, kwargs) or (args, kwargs)
+            first, second = other
+            if isinstance(first, basestring):
+                other_name = first
+                if isinstance(second, tuple):
+                    other_args, other_kwargs = second, {}
+                else:
+                    other_args, other_kwargs = (), second
+            else:
+                other_args, other_kwargs = first, second
+
+        if self_name and other_name != self_name:
+            return False
+
+        # this order is important for ANY to work!
+        return (other_args, other_kwargs) == (self_args, self_kwargs)
+
+
+    def __ne__(self, other):
+        return not self.__eq__(other)
+
+
+    def __call__(self, *args, **kwargs):
+        if self.name is None:
+            return _Call(('', args, kwargs), name='()')
+
+        name = self.name + '()'
+        return _Call((self.name, args, kwargs), name=name, parent=self)
+
+
+    def __getattr__(self, attr):
+        if self.name is None:
+            return _Call(name=attr, from_kall=False)
+        name = '%s.%s' % (self.name, attr)
+        return _Call(name=name, parent=self, from_kall=False)
+
+
+    def __repr__(self):
+        if not self.from_kall:
+            name = self.name or 'call'
+            if name.startswith('()'):
+                name = 'call%s' % name
+            return name
+
+        if len(self) == 2:
+            name = 'call'
+            args, kwargs = self
+        else:
+            name, args, kwargs = self
+            if not name:
+                name = 'call'
+            elif not name.startswith('()'):
+                name = 'call.%s' % name
+            else:
+                name = 'call%s' % name
+        return _format_call_signature(name, args, kwargs)
+
+
+    def call_list(self):
+        """For a call object that represents multiple calls, `call_list`
+        returns a list of all the intermediate calls as well as the
+        final call."""
+        vals = []
+        thing = self
+        while thing is not None:
+            if thing.from_kall:
+                vals.append(thing)
+            thing = thing.parent
+        return _CallList(reversed(vals))
+
+
+call = _Call(from_kall=False)
+
+
+
+def create_autospec(spec, spec_set=False, instance=False, _parent=None,
+                    _name=None, **kwargs):
+    """Create a mock object using another object as a spec. Attributes on the
+    mock will use the corresponding attribute on the `spec` object as their
+    spec.
+
+    Functions or methods being mocked will have their arguments checked
+    to check that they are called with the correct signature.
+
+    If `spec_set` is True then attempting to set attributes that don't exist
+    on the spec object will raise an `AttributeError`.
+
+    If a class is used as a spec then the return value of the mock (the
+    instance of the class) will have the same spec. You can use a class as the
+    spec for an instance object by passing `instance=True`. The returned mock
+    will only be callable if instances of the mock are callable.
+
+    `create_autospec` also takes arbitrary keyword arguments that are passed to
+    the constructor of the created mock."""
+    if _is_list(spec):
+        # can't pass a list instance to the mock constructor as it will be
+        # interpreted as a list of strings
+        spec = type(spec)
+
+    is_type = isinstance(spec, ClassTypes)
+
+    _kwargs = {'spec': spec}
+    if spec_set:
+        _kwargs = {'spec_set': spec}
+    elif spec is None:
+        # None we mock with a normal mock without a spec
+        _kwargs = {}
+
+    _kwargs.update(kwargs)
+
+    Klass = MagicMock
+    if type(spec) in DescriptorTypes:
+        # descriptors don't have a spec
+        # because we don't know what type they return
+        _kwargs = {}
+    elif not _callable(spec):
+        Klass = NonCallableMagicMock
+    elif is_type and instance and not _instance_callable(spec):
+        Klass = NonCallableMagicMock
+
+    _new_name = _name
+    if _parent is None:
+        # for a top level object no _new_name should be set
+        _new_name = ''
+
+    mock = Klass(parent=_parent, _new_parent=_parent, _new_name=_new_name,
+                 name=_name, **_kwargs)
+
+    if isinstance(spec, FunctionTypes):
+        # should only happen at the top level because we don't
+        # recurse for functions
+        mock = _set_signature(mock, spec)
+    else:
+        _check_signature(spec, mock, is_type, instance)
+
+    if _parent is not None and not instance:
+        _parent._mock_children[_name] = mock
+
+    if is_type and not instance and 'return_value' not in kwargs:
+        mock.return_value = create_autospec(spec, spec_set, instance=True,
+                                            _name='()', _parent=mock)
+
+    for entry in dir(spec):
+        if _is_magic(entry):
+            # MagicMock already does the useful magic methods for us
+            continue
+
+        if isinstance(spec, FunctionTypes) and entry in FunctionAttributes:
+            # allow a mock to actually be a function
+            continue
+
+        # XXXX do we need a better way of getting attributes without
+        # triggering code execution (?) Probably not - we need the actual
+        # object to mock it so we would rather trigger a property than mock
+        # the property descriptor. Likewise we want to mock out dynamically
+        # provided attributes.
+        # XXXX what about attributes that raise exceptions other than
+        # AttributeError on being fetched?
+        # we could be resilient against it, or catch and propagate the
+        # exception when the attribute is fetched from the mock
+        try:
+            original = getattr(spec, entry)
+        except AttributeError:
+            continue
+
+        kwargs = {'spec': original}
+        if spec_set:
+            kwargs = {'spec_set': original}
+
+        if not isinstance(original, FunctionTypes):
+            new = _SpecState(original, spec_set, mock, entry, instance)
+            mock._mock_children[entry] = new
+        else:
+            parent = mock
+            if isinstance(spec, FunctionTypes):
+                parent = mock.mock
+
+            new = MagicMock(parent=parent, name=entry, _new_name=entry,
+                            _new_parent=parent, **kwargs)
+            mock._mock_children[entry] = new
+            skipfirst = _must_skip(spec, entry, is_type)
+            _check_signature(original, new, skipfirst=skipfirst)
+
+        # so functions created with _set_signature become instance attributes,
+        # *plus* their underlying mock exists in _mock_children of the parent
+        # mock. Adding to _mock_children may be unnecessary where we are also
+        # setting as an instance attribute?
+        if isinstance(new, FunctionTypes):
+            setattr(mock, entry, new)
+
+    return mock
+
+
+def _must_skip(spec, entry, is_type):
+    if not isinstance(spec, ClassTypes):
+        if entry in getattr(spec, '__dict__', {}):
+            # instance attribute - shouldn't skip
+            return False
+        spec = spec.__class__
+    if not hasattr(spec, '__mro__'):
+        # old style class: can't have descriptors anyway
+        return is_type
+
+    for klass in spec.__mro__:
+        result = klass.__dict__.get(entry, DEFAULT)
+        if result is DEFAULT:
+            continue
+        if isinstance(result, (staticmethod, classmethod)):
+            return False
+        return is_type
+
+    # shouldn't get here unless function is a dynamically provided attribute
+    # XXXX untested behaviour
+    return is_type
+
+
+def _get_class(obj):
+    try:
+        return obj.__class__
+    except AttributeError:
+        # in Python 2, _sre.SRE_Pattern objects have no __class__
+        return type(obj)
+
+
+class _SpecState(object):
+
+    def __init__(self, spec, spec_set=False, parent=None,
+                 name=None, ids=None, instance=False):
+        self.spec = spec
+        self.ids = ids
+        self.spec_set = spec_set
+        self.parent = parent
+        self.instance = instance
+        self.name = name
+
+
+FunctionTypes = (
+    # python function
+    type(create_autospec),
+    # instance method
+    type(ANY.__eq__),
+    # unbound method
+    type(_ANY.__eq__),
+)
+
+FunctionAttributes = set([
+    'func_closure',
+    'func_code',
+    'func_defaults',
+    'func_dict',
+    'func_doc',
+    'func_globals',
+    'func_name',
+])
+
+
+file_spec = None
+
+
+def mock_open(mock=None, read_data=''):
+    """
+    A helper function to create a mock to replace the use of `open`. It works
+    for `open` called directly or used as a context manager.
+
+    The `mock` argument is the mock object to configure. If `None` (the
+    default) then a `MagicMock` will be created for you, with the API limited
+    to methods or attributes available on standard file handles.
+
+    `read_data` is a string for the `read` method of the file handle to return.
+    This is an empty string by default.
+    """
+    global file_spec
+    if file_spec is None:
+        # set on first use
+        if inPy3k:
+            import _io
+            file_spec = list(set(dir(_io.TextIOWrapper)).union(set(dir(_io.BytesIO))))
+        else:
+            file_spec = file
+
+    if mock is None:
+        mock = MagicMock(name='open', spec=open)
+
+    handle = MagicMock(spec=file_spec)
+    handle.write.return_value = None
+    handle.__enter__.return_value = handle
+    handle.read.return_value = read_data
+
+    mock.return_value = handle
+    return mock
+
+
+class PropertyMock(Mock):
+    """
+    A mock intended to be used as a property, or other descriptor, on a class.
+    `PropertyMock` provides `__get__` and `__set__` methods so you can specify
+    a return value when it is fetched.
+
+    Fetching a `PropertyMock` instance from an object calls the mock, with
+    no args. Setting it calls the mock with the value being set.
+    """
+    def _get_child_mock(self, **kwargs):
+        return MagicMock(**kwargs)
+
+    def __get__(self, obj, obj_type):
+        return self()
+    def __set__(self, obj, val):
+        self(val)

http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator-atlas/blob/e77d3d33/distro/src/test/mock/mock.wpr
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+#!wing
+#!version=4.0
+##################################################################
+# Wing IDE project file                                          #
+##################################################################
+[project attributes]
+proj.directory-list = [{'dirloc': loc('.'),
+                        'excludes': [u'latex',
+                                     u'.hg',
+                                     u'.tox',
+                                     u'dist',
+                                     u'htmlcov',
+                                     u'extendmock.py',
+                                     u'__pycache__',
+                                     u'html',
+                                     u'build',
+                                     u'mock.egg-info',
+                                     u'tests/__pycache__',
+                                     u'.hgignore',
+                                     u'.hgtags'],
+                        'filter': '*',
+                        'include_hidden': 0,
+                        'recursive': 1,
+                        'watch_for_changes': 1}]
+proj.file-type = 'shared'
+testing.auto-test-file-specs = ('test*.py',)

http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator-atlas/blob/e77d3d33/distro/src/test/mock/setup.cfg
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+[build_sphinx]
+source-dir=docs
+build-dir=html
+[sdist]
+force-manifest = 1

http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator-atlas/blob/e77d3d33/distro/src/test/mock/setup.py
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+#! /usr/bin/env python
+
+# 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/
+
+import os
+
+from src.test.mock.mock import __version__
+
+
+NAME = 'mock'
+MODULES = ['mock']
+DESCRIPTION = 'A Python Mocking and Patching Library for Testing'
+
+URL = "http://www.voidspace.org.uk/python/mock/"
+
+readme = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), 'README.txt')
+LONG_DESCRIPTION = open(readme).read()
+
+CLASSIFIERS = [
+    'Development Status :: 5 - Production/Stable',
+    'Environment :: Console',
+    'Intended Audience :: Developers',
+    'License :: OSI Approved :: BSD License',
+    'Programming Language :: Python',
+    'Programming Language :: Python :: 2',
+    'Programming Language :: Python :: 3',
+    'Programming Language :: Python :: 2.5',
+    'Programming Language :: Python :: 2.6',
+    'Programming Language :: Python :: 2.7',
+    'Programming Language :: Python :: 3.1',
+    'Programming Language :: Python :: 3.2',
+    'Programming Language :: Python :: 3.3',
+    'Programming Language :: Python :: Implementation :: CPython',
+    'Programming Language :: Python :: Implementation :: PyPy',
+    'Programming Language :: Python :: Implementation :: Jython',
+    'Operating System :: OS Independent',
+    'Topic :: Software Development :: Libraries',
+    'Topic :: Software Development :: Libraries :: Python Modules',
+    'Topic :: Software Development :: Testing',
+]
+
+AUTHOR = 'Michael Foord'
+AUTHOR_EMAIL = 'michael@voidspace.org.uk'
+KEYWORDS = ("testing test mock mocking unittest patching "
+            "stubs fakes doubles").split(' ')
+
+params = dict(
+    name=NAME,
+    version=__version__,
+    py_modules=MODULES,
+
+    # metadata for upload to PyPI
+    author=AUTHOR,
+    author_email=AUTHOR_EMAIL,
+    description=DESCRIPTION,
+    long_description=LONG_DESCRIPTION,
+    keywords=KEYWORDS,
+    url=URL,
+    classifiers=CLASSIFIERS,
+)
+
+try:
+    from setuptools import setup
+except ImportError:
+    from distutils.core import setup
+else:
+    params['tests_require'] = ['unittest2']
+    params['test_suite'] = 'unittest2.collector'
+
+setup(**params)

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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/


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