Source code for sympy.utilities.pytest

"""py.test hacks to support XFAIL/XPASS"""

from __future__ import print_function, division

import sys
import functools
import os

from sympy.core.compatibility import get_function_name

    import py
    from py.test import skip
    USE_PYTEST = getattr(sys, '_running_pytest', False)
except ImportError:
    USE_PYTEST = False


if not USE_PYTEST:
[docs] def raises(expectedException, code=None): """ Tests that ``code`` raises the exception ``expectedException``. ``code`` may be a callable, such as a lambda expression or function name. If ``code`` is not given or None, ``raises`` will return a context manager for use in ``with`` statements; the code to execute then comes from the scope of the ``with``. ``raises()`` does nothing if the callable raises the expected exception, otherwise it raises an AssertionError. Examples ======== >>> from sympy.utilities.pytest import raises >>> raises(ZeroDivisionError, lambda: 1/0) >>> raises(ZeroDivisionError, lambda: 1/2) Traceback (most recent call last): ... AssertionError: DID NOT RAISE >>> with raises(ZeroDivisionError): ... n = 1/0 >>> with raises(ZeroDivisionError): ... n = 1/2 Traceback (most recent call last): ... AssertionError: DID NOT RAISE Note that you cannot test multiple statements via ``with raises``: >>> with raises(ZeroDivisionError): ... n = 1/0 # will execute and raise, aborting the ``with`` ... n = 9999/0 # never executed This is just what ``with`` is supposed to do: abort the contained statement sequence at the first exception and let the context manager deal with the exception. To test multiple statements, you'll need a separate ``with`` for each: >>> with raises(ZeroDivisionError): ... n = 1/0 # will execute and raise >>> with raises(ZeroDivisionError): ... n = 9999/0 # will also execute and raise """ if code is None: return RaisesContext(expectedException) elif callable(code): try: code() except expectedException: return raise AssertionError("DID NOT RAISE") elif isinstance(code, str): raise TypeError( '\'raises(xxx, "code")\' has been phased out; ' 'change \'raises(xxx, "expression")\' ' 'to \'raises(xxx, lambda: expression)\', ' '\'raises(xxx, "statement")\' ' 'to \'with raises(xxx): statement\'') else: raise TypeError( 'raises() expects a callable for the 2nd argument.')
class RaisesContext(object): def __init__(self, expectedException): self.expectedException = expectedException def __enter__(self): return None def __exit__(self, exc_type, exc_value, traceback): if exc_type is None: raise AssertionError("DID NOT RAISE") return issubclass(exc_type, self.expectedException) class XFail(Exception): pass class XPass(Exception): pass class Skipped(Exception): pass def XFAIL(func): def wrapper(): try: func() except Exception as e: message = str(e) if message != "Timeout": raise XFail(get_function_name(func)) else: raise Skipped("Timeout") raise XPass(get_function_name(func)) wrapper = functools.update_wrapper(wrapper, func) return wrapper def skip(str): raise Skipped(str) def SKIP(reason): """Similar to :func:`skip`, but this is a decorator. """ def wrapper(func): def func_wrapper(): raise Skipped(reason) func_wrapper = functools.update_wrapper(func_wrapper, func) return func_wrapper return wrapper def slow(func): func._slow = True def func_wrapper(): func() func_wrapper = functools.update_wrapper(func_wrapper, func) return func_wrapper else: XFAIL = py.test.mark.xfail slow = py.test.mark.slow