Python webbrowser.GenericBrowser() Examples

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Example #1
Source File:    From AIT-Core with MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def start_browser(self, url, name=None):
        browser = None

        if name is not None and name.lower() == 'none':
  'Will not start any browser since --browser=none')

            browser = webbrowser.get(name)
        except webbrowser.Error:
            old     = name or 'default'
            msg     = 'Could not find browser: %s.  Will use: %s.'
            browser = webbrowser.get()
            log.warn(msg, name, self.getBrowserName(browser))

        if type(browser) is webbrowser.GenericBrowser:
            msg = 'Will not start text-based browser: %s.'
   % self.getBrowserName(browser))
        elif browser is not None:
  'Starting browser: %s' % self.getBrowserName(browser))
Example #2
Source File:    From rtv with MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def test_patch_webbrowser(*_):

    # Make sure that webbrowser re-generates the browser list using the
    # mocked environment
    import webbrowser
    webbrowser = reload_module(webbrowser)

    # By default, we expect that BROWSER will be loaded as a generic browser
    # This is because "safari" is not a valid script in the system PATH
    assert isinstance(webbrowser.get(), webbrowser.GenericBrowser)

    # After patching, the default webbrowser should now be interpreted as an
    # OSAScript browser
    assert isinstance(webbrowser.get(), webbrowser.MacOSXOSAScript)
    assert webbrowser._tryorder[0] == 'safari'