Python pickle.NEWFALSE() Examples

The following are code examples for showing how to use pickle.NEWFALSE(). They are from open source Python projects. You can vote up the examples you like or vote down the ones you don't like.

Example 1
Project: pyblish-win   Author: pyblish   File: pickletester.py    GNU Lesser General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def test_singletons(self):
        # Map (proto, singleton) to expected opcode.
        expected_opcode = {(0, None): pickle.NONE,
                           (1, None): pickle.NONE,
                           (2, None): pickle.NONE,

                           (0, True): pickle.INT,
                           (1, True): pickle.INT,
                           (2, True): pickle.NEWTRUE,

                           (0, False): pickle.INT,
                           (1, False): pickle.INT,
                           (2, False): pickle.NEWFALSE,
                          }
        for proto in protocols:
            for x in None, False, True:
                s = self.dumps(x, proto)
                y = self.loads(s)
                self.assertTrue(x is y, (proto, x, s, y))
                expected = expected_opcode[proto, x]
                self.assertEqual(opcode_in_pickle(expected, s), True) 
Example 2
Project: NiujiaoDebugger   Author: MrSrc   File: pickletester.py    GNU General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def test_singletons(self):
        # Map (proto, singleton) to expected opcode.
        expected_opcode = {(0, None): pickle.NONE,
                           (1, None): pickle.NONE,
                           (2, None): pickle.NONE,
                           (3, None): pickle.NONE,

                           (0, True): pickle.INT,
                           (1, True): pickle.INT,
                           (2, True): pickle.NEWTRUE,
                           (3, True): pickle.NEWTRUE,

                           (0, False): pickle.INT,
                           (1, False): pickle.INT,
                           (2, False): pickle.NEWFALSE,
                           (3, False): pickle.NEWFALSE,
                          }
        for proto in protocols:
            for x in None, False, True:
                s = self.dumps(x, proto)
                y = self.loads(s)
                self.assertTrue(x is y, (proto, x, s, y))
                expected = expected_opcode[min(proto, 3), x]
                self.assertTrue(opcode_in_pickle(expected, s)) 
Example 3
Project: ironpython2   Author: IronLanguages   File: pickletester.py    Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def test_singletons(self):
        # Map (proto, singleton) to expected opcode.
        expected_opcode = {(0, None): pickle.NONE,
                           (1, None): pickle.NONE,
                           (2, None): pickle.NONE,

                           (0, True): pickle.INT,
                           (1, True): pickle.INT,
                           (2, True): pickle.NEWTRUE,

                           (0, False): pickle.INT,
                           (1, False): pickle.INT,
                           (2, False): pickle.NEWFALSE,
                          }
        for proto in protocols:
            for x in None, False, True:
                s = self.dumps(x, proto)
                y = self.loads(s)
                self.assertTrue(x is y, (proto, x, s, y))
                expected = expected_opcode[proto, x]
                self.assertEqual(opcode_in_pickle(expected, s), True) 
Example 4
Project: cqp-sdk-for-py37-native   Author: crud-boy   File: pickletester.py    GNU General Public License v2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def test_singletons(self):
        # Map (proto, singleton) to expected opcode.
        expected_opcode = {(0, None): pickle.NONE,
                           (1, None): pickle.NONE,
                           (2, None): pickle.NONE,
                           (3, None): pickle.NONE,

                           (0, True): pickle.INT,
                           (1, True): pickle.INT,
                           (2, True): pickle.NEWTRUE,
                           (3, True): pickle.NEWTRUE,

                           (0, False): pickle.INT,
                           (1, False): pickle.INT,
                           (2, False): pickle.NEWFALSE,
                           (3, False): pickle.NEWFALSE,
                          }
        for proto in protocols:
            for x in None, False, True:
                s = self.dumps(x, proto)
                y = self.loads(s)
                self.assertTrue(x is y, (proto, x, s, y))
                expected = expected_opcode[min(proto, 3), x]
                self.assertTrue(opcode_in_pickle(expected, s)) 
Example 5
Project: oss-ftp   Author: aliyun   File: pickletester.py    MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def test_singletons(self):
        # Map (proto, singleton) to expected opcode.
        expected_opcode = {(0, None): pickle.NONE,
                           (1, None): pickle.NONE,
                           (2, None): pickle.NONE,

                           (0, True): pickle.INT,
                           (1, True): pickle.INT,
                           (2, True): pickle.NEWTRUE,

                           (0, False): pickle.INT,
                           (1, False): pickle.INT,
                           (2, False): pickle.NEWFALSE,
                          }
        for proto in protocols:
            for x in None, False, True:
                s = self.dumps(x, proto)
                y = self.loads(s)
                self.assertTrue(x is y, (proto, x, s, y))
                expected = expected_opcode[proto, x]
                self.assertEqual(opcode_in_pickle(expected, s), True) 
Example 6
Project: Hot   Author: dsolimando   File: pickletester.py    GNU General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def test_singletons(self):
        # Map (proto, singleton) to expected opcode.
        expected_opcode = {(0, None): pickle.NONE,
                           (1, None): pickle.NONE,
                           (2, None): pickle.NONE,

                           (0, True): pickle.INT,
                           (1, True): pickle.INT,
                           (2, True): pickle.NEWTRUE,

                           (0, False): pickle.INT,
                           (1, False): pickle.INT,
                           (2, False): pickle.NEWFALSE,
                          }
        for proto in protocols:
            for x in None, False, True:
                s = self.dumps(x, proto)
                y = self.loads(s)
                self.assert_(x is y, (proto, x, s, y))
                expected = expected_opcode[proto, x]
                self.assertEqual(opcode_in_pickle(expected, s), True) 
Example 7
Project: Project-New-Reign---Nemesis-Main   Author: ShikyoKira   File: pickletester.py    GNU General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def test_singletons(self):
        # Map (proto, singleton) to expected opcode.
        expected_opcode = {(0, None): pickle.NONE,
                           (1, None): pickle.NONE,
                           (2, None): pickle.NONE,
                           (3, None): pickle.NONE,

                           (0, True): pickle.INT,
                           (1, True): pickle.INT,
                           (2, True): pickle.NEWTRUE,
                           (3, True): pickle.NEWTRUE,

                           (0, False): pickle.INT,
                           (1, False): pickle.INT,
                           (2, False): pickle.NEWFALSE,
                           (3, False): pickle.NEWFALSE,
                          }
        for proto in protocols:
            for x in None, False, True:
                s = self.dumps(x, proto)
                y = self.loads(s)
                self.assertTrue(x is y, (proto, x, s, y))
                expected = expected_opcode[min(proto, 3), x]
                self.assertTrue(opcode_in_pickle(expected, s)) 
Example 8
Project: cells   Author: AlesTsurko   File: pickletester.py    MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def test_singletons(self):
        # Map (proto, singleton) to expected opcode.
        expected_opcode = {(0, None): pickle.NONE,
                           (1, None): pickle.NONE,
                           (2, None): pickle.NONE,
                           (3, None): pickle.NONE,

                           (0, True): pickle.INT,
                           (1, True): pickle.INT,
                           (2, True): pickle.NEWTRUE,
                           (3, True): pickle.NEWTRUE,

                           (0, False): pickle.INT,
                           (1, False): pickle.INT,
                           (2, False): pickle.NEWFALSE,
                           (3, False): pickle.NEWFALSE,
                          }
        for proto in protocols:
            for x in None, False, True:
                s = self.dumps(x, proto)
                y = self.loads(s)
                self.assertTrue(x is y, (proto, x, s, y))
                expected = expected_opcode[min(proto, 3), x]
                self.assertTrue(opcode_in_pickle(expected, s))