Source:test_extensions.py

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import numbers
from assertpy import assert_that, add_extension, remove_extension, fail
def is_even(self):
if isinstance(self.val, numbers.Integral) is False:
raise TypeError('val must be an integer')
if self.val % 2 != 0:
return self.error('Expected <%s> to be even, but was not.' % (self.val))
return self
def is_multiple_of(self, other):
if isinstance(self.val, numbers.Integral) is False or self.val <= 0:
raise TypeError('val must be a positive integer')
if isinstance(other, numbers.Integral) is False or other <= 0:
raise TypeError('given arg must be a positive integer')
_, rem = divmod(self.val, other)
if rem > 0:
return self.error('Expected <%s> to be multiple of <%s>, but was not.' % (self.val, other))
return self
def is_factor_of(self, other):
if isinstance(self.val, numbers.Integral) is False or self.val <= 0:
raise TypeError('val must be a positive integer')
if isinstance(other, numbers.Integral) is False or other <= 0:
raise TypeError('given arg must be a positive integer')
_, rem = divmod(other, self.val)
if rem > 0:
return self.error('Expected <%s> to be factor of <%s>, but was not.' % (self.val, other))
return self
add_extension(is_even)
add_extension(is_multiple_of)
add_extension(is_factor_of)
def test_is_even_extension():
assert_that(124).is_even()
assert_that(124).is_type_of(int).is_even().is_greater_than(123).is_less_than(125).is_equal_to(124)
def test_is_even_extension_failure():
try:
assert_that(123).is_even()
fail('should have raised error')
except AssertionError as ex:
assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to('Expected <123> to be even, but was not.')
def test_is_even_extension_failure_not_callable():
try:
add_extension('foo')
fail('should have raised error')
except TypeError as ex:
assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to('func must be callable')
def test_is_even_extension_failure_not_integer():
try:
assert_that(124.0).is_even()
fail('should have raised error')
except TypeError as ex:
assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to('val must be an integer')
def test_is_multiple_of_extension():
assert_that(24).is_multiple_of(1)
assert_that(24).is_multiple_of(2)
assert_that(24).is_multiple_of(3)
assert_that(24).is_multiple_of(4)
assert_that(24).is_multiple_of(6)
assert_that(24).is_multiple_of(8)
assert_that(24).is_multiple_of(12)
assert_that(24).is_multiple_of(24)
assert_that(124).is_type_of(int).is_even().is_multiple_of(31).is_equal_to(124)
def test_is_multiple_of_extension_failure():
try:
assert_that(24).is_multiple_of(5)
fail('should have raised error')
except AssertionError as ex:
assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to('Expected <24> to be multiple of <5>, but was not.')
def test_is_multiple_of_extension_failure_bad_val():
try:
assert_that(24.0).is_multiple_of(5)
fail('should have raised error')
except TypeError as ex:
assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to('val must be a positive integer')
def test_is_multiple_of_extension_failure_negative_val():
try:
assert_that(-24).is_multiple_of(6)
fail('should have raised error')
except TypeError as ex:
assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to('val must be a positive integer')
def test_is_multiple_of_extension_failure_bad_arg():
try:
assert_that(24).is_multiple_of('foo')
fail('should have raised error')
except TypeError as ex:
assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to('given arg must be a positive integer')
def test_is_multiple_of_extension_failure_negative_arg():
try:
assert_that(24).is_multiple_of(-6)
fail('should have raised error')
except TypeError as ex:
assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to('given arg must be a positive integer')
def test_is_factor_of_extension():
assert_that(1).is_factor_of(24)
assert_that(2).is_factor_of(24)
assert_that(3).is_factor_of(24)
assert_that(4).is_factor_of(24)
assert_that(6).is_factor_of(24)
assert_that(8).is_factor_of(24)
assert_that(12).is_factor_of(24)
assert_that(24).is_factor_of(24)
assert_that(31).is_type_of(int).is_factor_of(124).is_equal_to(31)
def test_is_factor_of_extension_failure():
try:
assert_that(5).is_factor_of(24)
fail('should have raised error')
except AssertionError as ex:
assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to('Expected <5> to be factor of <24>, but was not.')
def test_call_missing_extension():
def is_missing(): pass
try:
remove_extension(is_even)
remove_extension(is_multiple_of)
remove_extension(is_factor_of)
remove_extension(is_missing)
assert_that(24).is_multiple_of(6)
fail('should have raised error')
except AttributeError as ex:
assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to('assertpy has no assertion <is_multiple_of()>')
def test_remove_bad_extension():
try:
remove_extension('foo')
fail('should have raised error')
except TypeError as ex:
assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to('func must be callable')
def is_foo(self):
if self.val != 'foo':
return self.error('Expected <%s> to be foo, but was not.' % (self.val))
return self
def dupe1():
add_extension(is_foo)
assert_that('foo').is_foo()
try:
assert_that('FOO').is_foo()
fail('should have raised error')
except AssertionError as ex:
assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to('Expected <FOO> to be foo, but was not.')
def dupe2():
def is_foo(self):
if self.val != 'FOO':
return self.error('Expected <%s> to be FOO, but was not.' % (self.val))
return self
add_extension(is_foo)
assert_that('FOO').is_foo()
try:
assert_that('foo').is_foo()
fail('should have raised error')
except AssertionError as ex:
assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to('Expected <foo> to be FOO, but was not.')
def test_dupe_extensions():
dupe1()
dupe2()
dupe1()
```