Source code for testing

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import gettext
import os
import platform
import subprocess
import sys
import time
import unittest
from importlib import reload

from duplicity import backend
from duplicity import config
from duplicity import log
from duplicity import util

gettext.install("duplicity", names=["ngettext"])


_testing_dir = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(__file__))
_top_dir = os.path.dirname(_testing_dir)
_overrides_dir = os.path.join(_testing_dir, "overrides")
_bin_dir = os.path.join(_testing_dir, "overrides", "bin")

if platform.system().startswith("Darwin"):
    # Use temp space TMPDIR or from getconf, never /tmp
    _runtest_dir = os.environ.get("TMPDIR", None) or subprocess.check_output(["getconf", "DARWIN_USER_TEMP_DIR"])
    _runtest_dir = os.fsdecode(_runtest_dir).rstrip().rstrip("/")
    if not os.path.exists(_runtest_dir):
    # be a little more flexible
    _runtest_dir = os.getenv("TMPDIR", False) or os.getenv("TEMP", False) or "/tmp"

if not os.path.exists(_runtest_dir):

# Adjust python path for duplicity and override modules
sys.path = [_overrides_dir, _top_dir, _bin_dir] + sys.path

# Also set PYTHONPATH for any subprocesses
os.environ["PYTHONPATH"] = f"{_overrides_dir}:{_top_dir}:{os.environ.get('PYTHONPATH', '')}"

# And PATH for any subprocesses
os.environ["PATH"] = f"{_bin_dir}:{os.environ.get('PATH', '')}"

# Now set some variables that help standardize test behavior
os.environ["LANG"] = ""
os.environ["GNUPGHOME"] = os.path.join(_testing_dir, "gnupg")

# bzr does not honor perms so fix the perms and avoid annoying error
os.system(f"chmod 700 {os.path.join(_testing_dir, 'gnupg')}")

# Standardize time
os.environ["TZ"] = "US/Central"

[docs]class DuplicityTestCase(unittest.TestCase): sign_key = "839E6A2856538CCF" sign_passphrase = "test" encrypt_key1 = "839E6A2856538CCF" encrypt_key2 = "453005CE9B736B2A"
[docs] def setUp(self): super().setUp() self.savedEnviron = {} self.savedConfig = {} log.setup() log.setverbosity(log.WARNING) self.set_config("print_statistics", 0) backend.import_backends() self.remove_testfiles() self.unpack_testfiles() self.set_environ("TZ", "UTC") time.tzset() assert time.tzname[0] == "UTC", f"{time.tzname[0]} should be 'UTC'" # Have all file references in tests relative to our runtest dir os.chdir(_runtest_dir) # reimport duplicity.config in case it changed reload(config)
[docs] def tearDown(self): for key in self.savedEnviron: self._update_env(key, self.savedEnviron[key]) for key in self.savedConfig: setattr(config, key, self.savedConfig[key]) time.tzset() self.remove_testfiles() os.chdir(_testing_dir) super().tearDown()
[docs] def unpack_testfiles(self): assert not os.system(f"rm -rf {_runtest_dir}/testfiles") assert not os.system(f"tar xzf {_testing_dir}/testfiles.tar.gz -C {_runtest_dir} > /dev/null 2>&1") assert not os.system(f"mkdir {_runtest_dir}/testfiles/output {_runtest_dir}/testfiles/cache")
[docs] def remove_testfiles(self): assert not os.system(f"rm -rf {_runtest_dir}/testfiles")
[docs] def _update_env(self, key, value): if value is not None: os.environ[key] = value elif key in os.environ: del os.environ[key]
[docs] def set_environ(self, key, value): if key not in self.savedEnviron: self.savedEnviron[key] = os.environ.get(key) self._update_env(key, value)
[docs] def set_config(self, key, value): assert hasattr(config, key) if key not in self.savedConfig: self.savedConfig[key] = getattr(config, key) setattr(config, key, value)