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test_DirectoryView.py

import Zope
from unittest import TestCase, TestSuite, makeSuite, main

from Products.CMFCore.tests.base.dummy import \
     DummyFolder

from Products.CMFCore.DirectoryView import \
     registerDirectory,addDirectoryViews,DirectoryViewSurrogate
from Globals import package_home, DevelopmentMode

from os import remove, mkdir, rmdir, curdir
from os.path import join, abspath, dirname
from shutil import copy2
from time import sleep

try:
    __file__
except NameError:
    # Test was called directly, so no __file__ global exists.
    _prefix = abspath(curdir)
else:
    # Test was called by another test.
    _prefix = abspath(dirname(__file__))

# the path of our fake skin
skin_path_name = join(_prefix, 'fake_skins', 'fake_skin')

def _registerDirectory(self=None):
    registerDirectory('fake_skins', _prefix)
    if self is not None:
        ob = self.ob = DummyFolder()
        addDirectoryViews(ob, 'fake_skins', _prefix)
    
class DirectoryViewTests1( TestCase ):

    def test_registerDirectory( self ):
        """ Test registerDirectory  """
        _registerDirectory()

class DirectoryViewTests2( TestCase ):

    def setUp( self ):
        _registerDirectory(self)        

    def test_addDirectoryViews( self ):
        """ Test addDirectoryViews  """
        pass

    def test_DirectoryViewExists( self ):
        """
        Check DirectoryView added by addDirectoryViews
        appears as a DirectoryViewSurrogate due
        to Acquisition hackery.
        """
        self.failUnless(isinstance(self.ob.fake_skin,DirectoryViewSurrogate))

    def test_DirectoryViewMethod( self ):
        """ Check if DirectoryView method works """
        self.assertEqual(self.ob.fake_skin.test1(),'test1')

    def test_properties(self):
        """Make sure the directory view is reading properties"""
        self.assertEqual(self.ob.fake_skin.testPT.title, 'Zope Pope')


test1path = join(skin_path_name,'test1.py')
test2path = join(skin_path_name,'test2.py')
test3path = join(skin_path_name,'test3')

if DevelopmentMode:

  class DebugModeTests( TestCase ):

    def setUp( self ):
        
        # initialise skins
        _registerDirectory(self)

        # add a method to the fake skin folder
        f = open(test2path,'w')
        f.write("return 'test2'")
        f.close()

        # edit the test1 method
        copy2(test1path,test1path+'.bak')
        f = open(test1path,'w')
        f.write("return 'new test1'")
        f.close()

        # add a new folder
        mkdir(test3path)
        
    def tearDown( self ):
        
        # undo FS changes
        remove(test1path)
        copy2(test1path+'.bak',test1path)
        remove(test1path+'.bak')
        try:        
            remove(test2path)
        except (IOError,OSError):
            # it might be gone already
            pass
        try:
            rmdir(test3path)
        except (IOError,OSError):
            # it might be gone already
            pass

    def test_AddNewMethod( self ):
        """
        See if a method added to the skin folder can be found
        """
        self.assertEqual(self.ob.fake_skin.test2(),'test2')

    def test_EditMethod( self ):
        """
        See if an edited method exhibits its new behaviour
        """
        self.assertEqual(self.ob.fake_skin.test1(),'new test1')

    def test_NewFolder( self ):
        """
        See if a new folder shows up
        """
        self.failUnless(isinstance(self.ob.fake_skin.test3,DirectoryViewSurrogate))
        self.ob.fake_skin.test3.objectIds()

    def test_DeleteMethod( self ):
        """
        Make sure a deleted method goes away
        """
        remove(test2path)
        try:
            self.ob.fake_skin.test2
        except AttributeError:
            pass
        else:
            self.fail('test2 still exists')

    def test_DeleteAddEditMethod( self ):
        """
        Check that if we delete a method, then add it back,
        then edit it, the DirectoryView notices.

        This excecises yet another Win32 mtime weirdity.
        """
        remove(test2path)
        try:
            self.ob.fake_skin.test2
        except AttributeError:
            pass
        else:
            self.fail('test2 still exists')
            
        # add method back to the fake skin folder
        f = open(test2path,'w')
        f.write("return 'test2.2'")
        f.close()
        
        # we need to wait a second here or the mtime will actually
        # have the same value, no human makes two edits in less
        # than a second ;-)
        sleep(1)
        
        # check
        self.assertEqual(self.ob.fake_skin.test2(),'test2.2')

        
        # edit method
        f = open(test2path,'w')
        f.write("return 'test2.3'")
        f.close()

        # check
        self.assertEqual(self.ob.fake_skin.test2(),'test2.3')
        
    def test_DeleteFolder( self ):
        """
        Make sure a deleted folder goes away
        """
        rmdir(test3path)
        try:
            self.ob.fake_skin.test3
        except AttributeError:
            pass
        else:
            self.fail('test3 still exists')

else:

    class DebugModeTests( TestCase ):
        pass

def test_suite():
    return TestSuite((
        # makeSuite(DirectoryViewTests1),
        # makeSuite(DirectoryViewTests2),
        makeSuite(DebugModeTests),
        ))

if __name__ == '__main__':
    main(defaultTest='test_suite')





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