Python pytest.Instance() Examples

The following are 24 code examples for showing how to use pytest.Instance(). These examples are extracted from open source projects. You can vote up the ones you like or vote down the ones you don't like, and go to the original project or source file by following the links above each example.

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Example 1
Project: python-netsurv   Author: sofia-netsurv   File: legacy.py    License: MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def from_item(cls, item):
        mapped_names = set()

        # Add the names of the current item and any parent items
        import pytest

        for item in item.listchain():
            if not isinstance(item, pytest.Instance):
                mapped_names.add(item.name)

        # Add the names added as extra keywords to current or parent items
        mapped_names.update(item.listextrakeywords())

        # Add the names attached to the current function through direct assignment
        if hasattr(item, "function"):
            mapped_names.update(item.function.__dict__)

        # add the markers to the keywords as we no longer handle them correctly
        mapped_names.update(mark.name for mark in item.iter_markers())

        return cls(mapped_names) 
Example 2
Project: python-netsurv   Author: sofia-netsurv   File: legacy.py    License: MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def from_item(cls, item):
        mapped_names = set()

        # Add the names of the current item and any parent items
        import pytest

        for item in item.listchain():
            if not isinstance(item, pytest.Instance):
                mapped_names.add(item.name)

        # Add the names added as extra keywords to current or parent items
        mapped_names.update(item.listextrakeywords())

        # Add the names attached to the current function through direct assignment
        if hasattr(item, "function"):
            mapped_names.update(item.function.__dict__)

        # add the markers to the keywords as we no longer handle them correctly
        mapped_names.update(mark.name for mark in item.iter_markers())

        return cls(mapped_names) 
Example 3
Project: pytest   Author: pytest-dev   File: __init__.py    License: MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def from_item(cls, item: "Item") -> "KeywordMatcher":
        mapped_names = set()

        # Add the names of the current item and any parent items
        import pytest

        for node in item.listchain():
            if not isinstance(node, (pytest.Instance, pytest.Session)):
                mapped_names.add(node.name)

        # Add the names added as extra keywords to current or parent items
        mapped_names.update(item.listextrakeywords())

        # Add the names attached to the current function through direct assignment
        function_obj = getattr(item, "function", None)
        if function_obj:
            mapped_names.update(function_obj.__dict__)

        # add the markers to the keywords as we no longer handle them correctly
        mapped_names.update(mark.name for mark in item.iter_markers())

        return cls(mapped_names) 
Example 4
Project: jbox   Author: jpush   File: pytestplugin.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def pytest_pycollect_makeitem(collector, name, obj):
    if inspect.isclass(obj) and plugin_base.want_class(obj):
        return pytest.Class(name, parent=collector)
    elif inspect.isfunction(obj) and \
            isinstance(collector, pytest.Instance) and \
            plugin_base.want_method(collector.cls, obj):
        return pytest.Function(name, parent=collector)
    else:
        return [] 
Example 5
Project: jbox   Author: jpush   File: pytestplugin.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def pytest_pycollect_makeitem(collector, name, obj):
    if inspect.isclass(obj) and plugin_base.want_class(obj):
        return pytest.Class(name, parent=collector)
    elif inspect.isfunction(obj) and \
            isinstance(collector, pytest.Instance) and \
            plugin_base.want_method(collector.cls, obj):
        return pytest.Function(name, parent=collector)
    else:
        return [] 
Example 6
Project: alembic   Author: sqlalchemy   File: pytestplugin.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def pytest_pycollect_makeitem(collector, name, obj):

    if inspect.isclass(obj) and plugin_base.want_class(name, obj):

        # in pytest 5.4.0
        # return [
        #     pytest.Class.from_parent(collector,
        # name=parametrize_cls.__name__)
        #     for parametrize_cls in _parametrize_cls(collector.module, obj)
        # ]

        return [
            pytest.Class(parametrize_cls.__name__, parent=collector)
            for parametrize_cls in _parametrize_cls(collector.module, obj)
        ]
    elif (
        inspect.isfunction(obj)
        and isinstance(collector, pytest.Instance)
        and plugin_base.want_method(collector.cls, obj)
    ):
        # None means, fall back to default logic, which includes
        # method-level parametrize
        return None
    else:
        # empty list means skip this item
        return [] 
Example 7
Project: Fluid-Designer   Author: Microvellum   File: pytestplugin.py    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def pytest_pycollect_makeitem(collector, name, obj):
    if inspect.isclass(obj) and plugin_base.want_class(obj):
        return pytest.Class(name, parent=collector)
    elif inspect.isfunction(obj) and \
            isinstance(collector, pytest.Instance) and \
            plugin_base.want_method(collector.cls, obj):
        return pytest.Function(name, parent=collector)
    else:
        return [] 
Example 8
Project: planespotter   Author: yfauser   File: pytestplugin.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def pytest_pycollect_makeitem(collector, name, obj):
    if inspect.isclass(obj) and plugin_base.want_class(obj):
        return pytest.Class(name, parent=collector)
    elif inspect.isfunction(obj) and \
            isinstance(collector, pytest.Instance) and \
            plugin_base.want_method(collector.cls, obj):
        return pytest.Function(name, parent=collector)
    else:
        return [] 
Example 9
Project: pyRevit   Author: eirannejad   File: pytestplugin.py    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def pytest_pycollect_makeitem(collector, name, obj):
    if inspect.isclass(obj) and plugin_base.want_class(obj):
        return pytest.Class(name, parent=collector)
    elif inspect.isfunction(obj) and \
            isinstance(collector, pytest.Instance) and \
            plugin_base.want_method(collector.cls, obj):
        return pytest.Function(name, parent=collector)
    else:
        return [] 
Example 10
Project: stdm   Author: gltn   File: pytestplugin.py    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def pytest_pycollect_makeitem(collector, name, obj):

    if inspect.isclass(obj) and plugin_base.want_class(obj):
        return pytest.Class(name, parent=collector)
    elif inspect.isfunction(obj) and \
            name.startswith("test_") and \
            isinstance(collector, pytest.Instance):
        return pytest.Function(name, parent=collector)
    else:
        return [] 
Example 11
Project: sqlalchemy   Author: sqlalchemy   File: pytestplugin.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def pytest_pycollect_makeitem(collector, name, obj):

    if inspect.isclass(obj) and plugin_base.want_class(name, obj):

        # in pytest 5.4.0
        # return [
        #     pytest.Class.from_parent(collector,
        # name=parametrize_cls.__name__)
        #     for parametrize_cls in _parametrize_cls(collector.module, obj)
        # ]

        return [
            pytest.Class(parametrize_cls.__name__, parent=collector)
            for parametrize_cls in _parametrize_cls(collector.module, obj)
        ]
    elif (
        inspect.isfunction(obj)
        and isinstance(collector, pytest.Instance)
        and plugin_base.want_method(collector.cls, obj)
    ):
        # None means, fall back to default logic, which includes
        # method-level parametrize
        return None
    else:
        # empty list means skip this item
        return [] 
Example 12
Project: jarvis   Author: haynieresearch   File: pytestplugin.py    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def pytest_pycollect_makeitem(collector, name, obj):
    if inspect.isclass(obj) and plugin_base.want_class(obj):
        return pytest.Class(name, parent=collector)
    elif inspect.isfunction(obj) and \
            isinstance(collector, pytest.Instance) and \
            plugin_base.want_method(collector.cls, obj):
        return pytest.Function(name, parent=collector)
    else:
        return [] 
Example 13
Project: moviegrabber   Author: binhex   File: pytestplugin.py    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def pytest_pycollect_makeitem(collector, name, obj):

    if inspect.isclass(obj) and plugin_base.want_class(obj):
        return pytest.Class(name, parent=collector)
    elif inspect.isfunction(obj) and \
            name.startswith("test_") and \
            isinstance(collector, pytest.Instance):
        return pytest.Function(name, parent=collector)
    else:
        return [] 
Example 14
Project: android_universal   Author: bkerler   File: pytestplugin.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def pytest_pycollect_makeitem(collector, name, obj):
    if inspect.isclass(obj) and plugin_base.want_class(obj):
        return pytest.Class(name, parent=collector)
    elif inspect.isfunction(obj) and \
            isinstance(collector, pytest.Instance) and \
            plugin_base.want_method(collector.cls, obj):
        return pytest.Function(name, parent=collector)
    else:
        return [] 
Example 15
Project: android_universal   Author: bkerler   File: pytestplugin.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def pytest_pycollect_makeitem(collector, name, obj):
    if inspect.isclass(obj) and plugin_base.want_class(obj):
        return pytest.Class(name, parent=collector)
    elif inspect.isfunction(obj) and \
            isinstance(collector, pytest.Instance) and \
            plugin_base.want_method(collector.cls, obj):
        return pytest.Function(name, parent=collector)
    else:
        return [] 
Example 16
Project: jbox   Author: jpush   File: pytestplugin.py    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
def pytest_collection_modifyitems(session, config, items):
    # look for all those classes that specify __backend__ and
    # expand them out into per-database test cases.

    # this is much easier to do within pytest_pycollect_makeitem, however
    # pytest is iterating through cls.__dict__ as makeitem is
    # called which causes a "dictionary changed size" error on py3k.
    # I'd submit a pullreq for them to turn it into a list first, but
    # it's to suit the rather odd use case here which is that we are adding
    # new classes to a module on the fly.

    rebuilt_items = collections.defaultdict(list)
    items[:] = [
        item for item in
        items if isinstance(item.parent, pytest.Instance)
        and not item.parent.parent.name.startswith("_")]
    test_classes = set(item.parent for item in items)
    for test_class in test_classes:
        for sub_cls in plugin_base.generate_sub_tests(
                test_class.cls, test_class.parent.module):
            if sub_cls is not test_class.cls:
                list_ = rebuilt_items[test_class.cls]

                for inst in pytest.Class(
                        sub_cls.__name__,
                        parent=test_class.parent.parent).collect():
                    list_.extend(inst.collect())

    newitems = []
    for item in items:
        if item.parent.cls in rebuilt_items:
            newitems.extend(rebuilt_items[item.parent.cls])
            rebuilt_items[item.parent.cls][:] = []
        else:
            newitems.append(item)

    # seems like the functions attached to a test class aren't sorted already?
    # is that true and why's that? (when using unittest, they're sorted)
    items[:] = sorted(newitems, key=lambda item: (
        item.parent.parent.parent.name,
        item.parent.parent.name,
        item.name
    )) 
Example 17
Project: jbox   Author: jpush   File: pytestplugin.py    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
def pytest_collection_modifyitems(session, config, items):
    # look for all those classes that specify __backend__ and
    # expand them out into per-database test cases.

    # this is much easier to do within pytest_pycollect_makeitem, however
    # pytest is iterating through cls.__dict__ as makeitem is
    # called which causes a "dictionary changed size" error on py3k.
    # I'd submit a pullreq for them to turn it into a list first, but
    # it's to suit the rather odd use case here which is that we are adding
    # new classes to a module on the fly.

    rebuilt_items = collections.defaultdict(list)
    items[:] = [
        item for item in
        items if isinstance(item.parent, pytest.Instance)]
    test_classes = set(item.parent for item in items)
    for test_class in test_classes:
        for sub_cls in plugin_base.generate_sub_tests(
                test_class.cls, test_class.parent.module):
            if sub_cls is not test_class.cls:
                list_ = rebuilt_items[test_class.cls]

                for inst in pytest.Class(
                        sub_cls.__name__,
                        parent=test_class.parent.parent).collect():
                    list_.extend(inst.collect())

    newitems = []
    for item in items:
        if item.parent.cls in rebuilt_items:
            newitems.extend(rebuilt_items[item.parent.cls])
            rebuilt_items[item.parent.cls][:] = []
        else:
            newitems.append(item)

    # seems like the functions attached to a test class aren't sorted already?
    # is that true and why's that? (when using unittest, they're sorted)
    items[:] = sorted(newitems, key=lambda item: (
        item.parent.parent.parent.name,
        item.parent.parent.name,
        item.name
    )) 
Example 18
Project: Fluid-Designer   Author: Microvellum   File: pytestplugin.py    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def pytest_collection_modifyitems(session, config, items):
    # look for all those classes that specify __backend__ and
    # expand them out into per-database test cases.

    # this is much easier to do within pytest_pycollect_makeitem, however
    # pytest is iterating through cls.__dict__ as makeitem is
    # called which causes a "dictionary changed size" error on py3k.
    # I'd submit a pullreq for them to turn it into a list first, but
    # it's to suit the rather odd use case here which is that we are adding
    # new classes to a module on the fly.

    rebuilt_items = collections.defaultdict(list)
    items[:] = [
        item for item in
        items if isinstance(item.parent, pytest.Instance)
        and not item.parent.parent.name.startswith("_")]
    test_classes = set(item.parent for item in items)
    for test_class in test_classes:
        for sub_cls in plugin_base.generate_sub_tests(
                test_class.cls, test_class.parent.module):
            if sub_cls is not test_class.cls:
                list_ = rebuilt_items[test_class.cls]

                for inst in pytest.Class(
                        sub_cls.__name__,
                        parent=test_class.parent.parent).collect():
                    list_.extend(inst.collect())

    newitems = []
    for item in items:
        if item.parent.cls in rebuilt_items:
            newitems.extend(rebuilt_items[item.parent.cls])
            rebuilt_items[item.parent.cls][:] = []
        else:
            newitems.append(item)

    # seems like the functions attached to a test class aren't sorted already?
    # is that true and why's that? (when using unittest, they're sorted)
    items[:] = sorted(newitems, key=lambda item: (
        item.parent.parent.parent.name,
        item.parent.parent.name,
        item.name
    )) 
Example 19
Project: planespotter   Author: yfauser   File: pytestplugin.py    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
def pytest_collection_modifyitems(session, config, items):
    # look for all those classes that specify __backend__ and
    # expand them out into per-database test cases.

    # this is much easier to do within pytest_pycollect_makeitem, however
    # pytest is iterating through cls.__dict__ as makeitem is
    # called which causes a "dictionary changed size" error on py3k.
    # I'd submit a pullreq for them to turn it into a list first, but
    # it's to suit the rather odd use case here which is that we are adding
    # new classes to a module on the fly.

    rebuilt_items = collections.defaultdict(list)
    items[:] = [
        item for item in
        items if isinstance(item.parent, pytest.Instance)
        and not item.parent.parent.name.startswith("_")]
    test_classes = set(item.parent for item in items)
    for test_class in test_classes:
        for sub_cls in plugin_base.generate_sub_tests(
                test_class.cls, test_class.parent.module):
            if sub_cls is not test_class.cls:
                list_ = rebuilt_items[test_class.cls]

                for inst in pytest.Class(
                        sub_cls.__name__,
                        parent=test_class.parent.parent).collect():
                    list_.extend(inst.collect())

    newitems = []
    for item in items:
        if item.parent.cls in rebuilt_items:
            newitems.extend(rebuilt_items[item.parent.cls])
            rebuilt_items[item.parent.cls][:] = []
        else:
            newitems.append(item)

    # seems like the functions attached to a test class aren't sorted already?
    # is that true and why's that? (when using unittest, they're sorted)
    items[:] = sorted(newitems, key=lambda item: (
        item.parent.parent.parent.name,
        item.parent.parent.name,
        item.name
    )) 
Example 20
Project: pyRevit   Author: eirannejad   File: pytestplugin.py    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def pytest_collection_modifyitems(session, config, items):
    # look for all those classes that specify __backend__ and
    # expand them out into per-database test cases.

    # this is much easier to do within pytest_pycollect_makeitem, however
    # pytest is iterating through cls.__dict__ as makeitem is
    # called which causes a "dictionary changed size" error on py3k.
    # I'd submit a pullreq for them to turn it into a list first, but
    # it's to suit the rather odd use case here which is that we are adding
    # new classes to a module on the fly.

    rebuilt_items = collections.defaultdict(list)
    items[:] = [
        item for item in
        items if isinstance(item.parent, pytest.Instance)
        and not item.parent.parent.name.startswith("_")]
    test_classes = set(item.parent for item in items)
    for test_class in test_classes:
        for sub_cls in plugin_base.generate_sub_tests(
                test_class.cls, test_class.parent.module):
            if sub_cls is not test_class.cls:
                list_ = rebuilt_items[test_class.cls]

                for inst in pytest.Class(
                        sub_cls.__name__,
                        parent=test_class.parent.parent).collect():
                    list_.extend(inst.collect())

    newitems = []
    for item in items:
        if item.parent.cls in rebuilt_items:
            newitems.extend(rebuilt_items[item.parent.cls])
            rebuilt_items[item.parent.cls][:] = []
        else:
            newitems.append(item)

    # seems like the functions attached to a test class aren't sorted already?
    # is that true and why's that? (when using unittest, they're sorted)
    items[:] = sorted(newitems, key=lambda item: (
        item.parent.parent.parent.name,
        item.parent.parent.name,
        item.name
    )) 
Example 21
Project: sqlalchemy   Author: sqlalchemy   File: pytestplugin.py    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
def pytest_collection_modifyitems(session, config, items):
    # look for all those classes that specify __backend__ and
    # expand them out into per-database test cases.

    # this is much easier to do within pytest_pycollect_makeitem, however
    # pytest is iterating through cls.__dict__ as makeitem is
    # called which causes a "dictionary changed size" error on py3k.
    # I'd submit a pullreq for them to turn it into a list first, but
    # it's to suit the rather odd use case here which is that we are adding
    # new classes to a module on the fly.

    rebuilt_items = collections.defaultdict(
        lambda: collections.defaultdict(list)
    )

    items[:] = [
        item
        for item in items
        if isinstance(item.parent, pytest.Instance)
        and not item.parent.parent.name.startswith("_")
    ]

    test_classes = set(item.parent for item in items)
    for test_class in test_classes:
        for sub_cls in plugin_base.generate_sub_tests(
            test_class.cls, test_class.parent.module
        ):
            if sub_cls is not test_class.cls:
                per_cls_dict = rebuilt_items[test_class.cls]

                # in pytest 5.4.0
                # for inst in pytest.Class.from_parent(
                #     test_class.parent.parent, name=sub_cls.__name__
                # ).collect():

                for inst in pytest.Class(
                    sub_cls.__name__, parent=test_class.parent.parent
                ).collect():
                    for t in inst.collect():
                        per_cls_dict[t.name].append(t)

    newitems = []
    for item in items:
        if item.parent.cls in rebuilt_items:
            newitems.extend(rebuilt_items[item.parent.cls][item.name])
        else:
            newitems.append(item)

    # seems like the functions attached to a test class aren't sorted already?
    # is that true and why's that? (when using unittest, they're sorted)
    items[:] = sorted(
        newitems,
        key=lambda item: (
            item.parent.parent.parent.name,
            item.parent.parent.name,
            item.name,
        ),
    ) 
Example 22
Project: jarvis   Author: haynieresearch   File: pytestplugin.py    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def pytest_collection_modifyitems(session, config, items):
    # look for all those classes that specify __backend__ and
    # expand them out into per-database test cases.

    # this is much easier to do within pytest_pycollect_makeitem, however
    # pytest is iterating through cls.__dict__ as makeitem is
    # called which causes a "dictionary changed size" error on py3k.
    # I'd submit a pullreq for them to turn it into a list first, but
    # it's to suit the rather odd use case here which is that we are adding
    # new classes to a module on the fly.

    rebuilt_items = collections.defaultdict(list)
    items[:] = [
        item for item in
        items if isinstance(item.parent, pytest.Instance)
        and not item.parent.parent.name.startswith("_")]
    test_classes = set(item.parent for item in items)
    for test_class in test_classes:
        for sub_cls in plugin_base.generate_sub_tests(
                test_class.cls, test_class.parent.module):
            if sub_cls is not test_class.cls:
                list_ = rebuilt_items[test_class.cls]

                for inst in pytest.Class(
                        sub_cls.__name__,
                        parent=test_class.parent.parent).collect():
                    list_.extend(inst.collect())

    newitems = []
    for item in items:
        if item.parent.cls in rebuilt_items:
            newitems.extend(rebuilt_items[item.parent.cls])
            rebuilt_items[item.parent.cls][:] = []
        else:
            newitems.append(item)

    # seems like the functions attached to a test class aren't sorted already?
    # is that true and why's that? (when using unittest, they're sorted)
    items[:] = sorted(newitems, key=lambda item: (
        item.parent.parent.parent.name,
        item.parent.parent.name,
        item.name
    )) 
Example 23
Project: android_universal   Author: bkerler   File: pytestplugin.py    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
def pytest_collection_modifyitems(session, config, items):
    # look for all those classes that specify __backend__ and
    # expand them out into per-database test cases.

    # this is much easier to do within pytest_pycollect_makeitem, however
    # pytest is iterating through cls.__dict__ as makeitem is
    # called which causes a "dictionary changed size" error on py3k.
    # I'd submit a pullreq for them to turn it into a list first, but
    # it's to suit the rather odd use case here which is that we are adding
    # new classes to a module on the fly.

    rebuilt_items = collections.defaultdict(list)
    items[:] = [
        item for item in
        items if isinstance(item.parent, pytest.Instance)
        and not item.parent.parent.name.startswith("_")]
    test_classes = set(item.parent for item in items)
    for test_class in test_classes:
        for sub_cls in plugin_base.generate_sub_tests(
                test_class.cls, test_class.parent.module):
            if sub_cls is not test_class.cls:
                list_ = rebuilt_items[test_class.cls]

                for inst in pytest.Class(
                        sub_cls.__name__,
                        parent=test_class.parent.parent).collect():
                    list_.extend(inst.collect())

    newitems = []
    for item in items:
        if item.parent.cls in rebuilt_items:
            newitems.extend(rebuilt_items[item.parent.cls])
            rebuilt_items[item.parent.cls][:] = []
        else:
            newitems.append(item)

    # seems like the functions attached to a test class aren't sorted already?
    # is that true and why's that? (when using unittest, they're sorted)
    items[:] = sorted(newitems, key=lambda item: (
        item.parent.parent.parent.name,
        item.parent.parent.name,
        item.name
    )) 
Example 24
Project: android_universal   Author: bkerler   File: pytestplugin.py    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
def pytest_collection_modifyitems(session, config, items):
    # look for all those classes that specify __backend__ and
    # expand them out into per-database test cases.

    # this is much easier to do within pytest_pycollect_makeitem, however
    # pytest is iterating through cls.__dict__ as makeitem is
    # called which causes a "dictionary changed size" error on py3k.
    # I'd submit a pullreq for them to turn it into a list first, but
    # it's to suit the rather odd use case here which is that we are adding
    # new classes to a module on the fly.

    rebuilt_items = collections.defaultdict(list)
    items[:] = [
        item for item in
        items if isinstance(item.parent, pytest.Instance)]
    test_classes = set(item.parent for item in items)
    for test_class in test_classes:
        for sub_cls in plugin_base.generate_sub_tests(
                test_class.cls, test_class.parent.module):
            if sub_cls is not test_class.cls:
                list_ = rebuilt_items[test_class.cls]

                for inst in pytest.Class(
                        sub_cls.__name__,
                        parent=test_class.parent.parent).collect():
                    list_.extend(inst.collect())

    newitems = []
    for item in items:
        if item.parent.cls in rebuilt_items:
            newitems.extend(rebuilt_items[item.parent.cls])
            rebuilt_items[item.parent.cls][:] = []
        else:
            newitems.append(item)

    # seems like the functions attached to a test class aren't sorted already?
    # is that true and why's that? (when using unittest, they're sorted)
    items[:] = sorted(newitems, key=lambda item: (
        item.parent.parent.parent.name,
        item.parent.parent.name,
        item.name
    ))