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#!/usr/bin/env python
# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this file,
# You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.
from __future__ import absolute_import
import mozunit
import pytest
from mozprofile.permissions import (
ServerLocations,
MissingPrimaryLocationError,
MultiplePrimaryLocationsError,
BadPortLocationError,
LocationsSyntaxError,
)
LOCATIONS = """# This is the primary location from which tests run.
#
http://mochi.test:8888 primary,privileged
# a few test locations
http://127.0.0.1:80 privileged
https://test:80 privileged
"""
LOCATIONS_NO_PRIMARY = """http://secondary.test:80 privileged
"""
LOCATIONS_BAD_PORT = """http://mochi.test:8888 primary,privileged
http://127.0.0.1:80 privileged
http://test:badport privileged
"""
def compare_location(location, scheme, host, port, options):
assert location.scheme == scheme
assert location.host == host
assert location.port == port
assert location.options == options
@pytest.fixture
def create_temp_file(tmpdir):
def inner(contents):
f = tmpdir.mkdtemp().join("locations.txt")
f.write(contents)
return f.strpath
return inner
def test_server_locations(create_temp_file):
# write a permissions file
f = create_temp_file(LOCATIONS)
# read the locations
locations = ServerLocations(f)
# ensure that they're what we expect
assert len(locations) == 6
i = iter(locations)
compare_location(next(i), "http", "mochi.test", "8888", ["primary", "privileged"])
compare_location(next(i), "http", "127.0.0.1", "80", ["privileged"])
compare_location(next(i), "http", "127.0.0.1", "8888", ["privileged"])
compare_location(next(i), "https", "test", "80", ["privileged"])
compare_location(next(i), "http", "example.org", "80", ["privileged"])
compare_location(next(i), "http", "test1.example.org", "8888", ["privileged"])
locations.add_host("mozilla.org")
assert len(locations) == 7
compare_location(next(i), "http", "mozilla.org", "80", ["privileged"])
# test some errors
with pytest.raises(MultiplePrimaryLocationsError):
locations.add_host("primary.test", options="primary")
# assert we don't throw DuplicateLocationError
locations.add_host("127.0.0.1")
with pytest.raises(BadPortLocationError):
locations.add_host("127.0.0.1", port="abc")
# test some errors in locations file
f = create_temp_file(LOCATIONS_NO_PRIMARY)
exc = None
try:
ServerLocations(f)
except LocationsSyntaxError as e:
exc = e
assert exc is not None
assert exc.err.__class__ == MissingPrimaryLocationError
assert exc.lineno == 3
# test bad port in a locations file to ensure lineno calculated
# properly.
f = create_temp_file(LOCATIONS_BAD_PORT)
exc = None
try:
ServerLocations(f)
except LocationsSyntaxError as e:
exc = e
assert exc is not None
assert exc.err.__class__ == BadPortLocationError
assert exc.lineno == 4
def test_server_locations_callback(create_temp_file):
class CallbackTest(object):
last_locations = None
def callback(self, locations):
self.last_locations = locations
c = CallbackTest()
f = create_temp_file(LOCATIONS)
locations = ServerLocations(f, c.callback)
# callback should be for all locations in file
assert len(c.last_locations) == 6
# validate arbitrary one
compare_location(c.last_locations[2], "http", "127.0.0.1", "8888", ["privileged"])
locations.add_host("a.b.c")
# callback should be just for one location
assert len(c.last_locations) == 1
compare_location(c.last_locations[0], "http", "a.b.c", "80", ["privileged"])
# read a second file, which should generate a callback with both
# locations.
f = create_temp_file(LOCATIONS_NO_PRIMARY)
locations.read(f)
assert len(c.last_locations) == 2
if __name__ == "__main__":
mozunit.main()