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"""
A TestRunner for use with the Python unit testing framework. It
generates a HTML report to show the result at a glance.

The simplest way to use this is to invoke its main method. E.g.

    import unittest
    import HTMLTestRunner

    ... define your tests ...

    if __name__ == '__main__':
        HTMLTestRunner.main()


For more customization options, instantiate a HTMLTestRunner object.
HTMLTestRunner is a counterpart to unittest's TextTestRunner. E.g.

    # output to a file
    fp = file('my_report.html', 'wb')
    
    # setup a TestRunner
    runner = HTMLTestRunner.HTMLTestRunner(
                stream=fp,
                title='My unit test',
                description='This demonstrates the report output by HTMLTestRunner.'
                )

    # Use an external stylesheet.
    # See the Template_mixin class for more customizable options
    runner.STYLESHEET_TMPL = ''

    # run the test
    runner.run(my_test_suite)

    # close file in interactive environments
    fp.close()

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# URL: http://tungwaiyip.info/software/HTMLTestRunner.html

__author__ = "Wai Yip Tung"
__version__ = "0.8.2"


"""
Change History

Version 0.8.2
* Show output inline instead of popup window (Viorel Lupu).

Version in 0.8.1
* Validated XHTML (Wolfgang Borgert).
* Added description of test classes and test cases.

Version in 0.8.0
* Define Template_mixin class for customization.
* Workaround a IE 6 bug that it does not treat 

%(heading)s
%(report)s
%(ending)s



"""
    # variables: (title, generator, stylesheet, heading, report, ending)


    # ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    # Stylesheet
    #
    # alternatively use a  for external style sheet, e.g.
    #   

    STYLESHEET_TMPL = """

"""



    # ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    # Heading
    #

    HEADING_TMPL = """

%(title)s

%(parameters)s

%(description)s

""" # variables: (title, parameters, description) HEADING_ATTRIBUTE_TMPL = """

%(name)s: %(value)s

""" # variables: (name, value) # ------------------------------------------------------------------------ # Report # REPORT_TMPL = """

Show Summary Failed All

%(test_list)s
Test Group/Test case Count Pass Fail Error View
Total %(count)s %(Pass)s %(fail)s %(error)s  
""" # variables: (test_list, count, Pass, fail, error) REPORT_CLASS_TMPL = r""" %(desc)s %(count)s %(Pass)s %(fail)s %(error)s Detail """ # variables: (style, desc, count, Pass, fail, error, cid) REPORT_TEST_WITH_OUTPUT_TMPL = r"""
%(desc)s
%(status)s """ # variables: (tid, Class, style, desc, status) REPORT_TEST_WITH_OUTPUT_TMPL_SHOT = r"""
%(desc)s
%(status)s     ScreenShot """ # variables: (tid, Class, style, desc, status, screenshot) REPORT_TEST_NO_OUTPUT_TMPL = r"""
%(desc)s
%(status)s """ # variables: (tid, Class, style, desc, status) REPORT_TEST_OUTPUT_TMPL = r""" %(id)s: %(output)s """ # variables: (id, output) # ------------------------------------------------------------------------ # ENDING # ENDING_TMPL = """
 
""" # -------------------- The end of the Template class ------------------- TestResult = unittest.TestResult class _TestResult(TestResult): # note: _TestResult is a pure representation of results. # It lacks the output and reporting ability compares to unittest._TextTestResult. # modified by RaiMan def __init__(self, verbosity=1, dirTestScreenshots = None): TestResult.__init__(self) self.stdout0 = None self.stderr0 = None self.success_count = 0 self.failure_count = 0 self.error_count = 0 self.verbosity = verbosity self.dirTestScreenshots = dirTestScreenshots # added by RaiMan # result is a list of result in 4 tuple # ( # result code (0: success; 1: fail; 2: error), # TestCase object, # Test output (byte string), # stack trace, # ) self.result = [] def startTest(self, test): TestResult.startTest(self, test) # just one buffer for both stdout and stderr self.outputBuffer = StringIO.StringIO() stdout_redirector.fp = self.outputBuffer stderr_redirector.fp = self.outputBuffer self.stdout0 = sys.stdout self.stderr0 = sys.stderr sys.stdout = stdout_redirector sys.stderr = stderr_redirector def complete_output(self): """ Disconnect output redirection and return buffer. Safe to call multiple times. """ if self.stdout0: sys.stdout = self.stdout0 sys.stderr = self.stderr0 self.stdout0 = None self.stderr0 = None return self.outputBuffer.getvalue() def stopTest(self, test): # Usually one of addSuccess, addError or addFailure would have been called. # But there are some path in unittest that would bypass this. # We must disconnect stdout in stopTest(), which is guaranteed to be called. self.complete_output() def addSuccess(self, test): self.success_count += 1 TestResult.addSuccess(self, test) output = self.complete_output() self.result.append((0, test, output, '', '')) if self.verbosity > 1: sys.stderr.write('ok ') sys.stderr.write(str(test)) sys.stderr.write('\n') else: sys.stderr.write('.') def addError(self, test, err): self.error_count += 1 TestResult.addError(self, test, err) _, _exc_str = self.errors[-1] output = self.complete_output() self.result.append((2, test, output, _exc_str, '')) if self.verbosity > 1: sys.stderr.write('E ') sys.stderr.write(str(test)) sys.stderr.write('\n') else: sys.stderr.write('E') def addFailure(self, test, err): self.failure_count += 1 TestResult.addFailure(self, test, err) _, _exc_str = self.failures[-1] output = self.complete_output() self.result.append((1, test, output, _exc_str, self.generateTestScreenshot(test))) # modified by RaiMan if self.verbosity > 1: sys.stderr.write('F ') sys.stderr.write(str(test)) sys.stderr.write('\n') else: sys.stderr.write('F') # added by RaiMan def generateTestScreenshot(self, test): imgdir = self.dirTestScreenshots imgpath = '' if imgdir: x = str(test).split() tf = x[0] tc = x[1].split('.')[1][:-1] imgpath = os.path.join(imgdir, "%s-%s.png"%(tc, tf)) shutil.move(capture(SCREEN), imgpath) return imgpath class HTMLTestRunner(Template_mixin): """ """ # modified by RaiMan def __init__(self, stream=sys.stdout, verbosity=1, title=None, description=None, dirTestScreenshots = None): self.stream = stream self.verbosity = verbosity if title is None: self.title = self.DEFAULT_TITLE else: self.title = title if description is None: self.description = self.DEFAULT_DESCRIPTION else: self.description = description self.startTime = datetime.datetime.now() self.dirTestScreenshots = dirTestScreenshots # added by RaiMan def run(self, test): "Run the given test case or test suite." result = _TestResult(self.verbosity, self.dirTestScreenshots) # modified by RaiMan test(result) self.stopTime = datetime.datetime.now() #print >>sys.stderr, result.result self.generateReport(test, result) print >>sys.stderr, '\nTime Elapsed: %s' % (self.stopTime-self.startTime) return result def sortResult(self, result_list): # unittest does not seems to run in any particular order. # Here at least we want to group them together by class. rmap = {} classes = [] for n,t,o,e,p in result_list: cls = t.__class__ if not rmap.has_key(cls): rmap[cls] = [] classes.append(cls) rmap[cls].append((n,t,o,e,p)) r = [(cls, rmap[cls]) for cls in classes] return r def getReportAttributes(self, result): """ Return report attributes as a list of (name, value). Override this to add custom attributes. """ startTime = str(self.startTime)[:19] duration = str(self.stopTime - self.startTime) status = [] if result.success_count: status.append('Pass %s' % result.success_count) if result.failure_count: status.append('Failure %s' % result.failure_count) if result.error_count: status.append('Error %s' % result.error_count ) if status: status = ' '.join(status) else: status = 'none' return [ ('Start Time', startTime), ('Duration', duration), ('Status', status), ] def generateReport(self, test, result): report_attrs = self.getReportAttributes(result) generator = 'HTMLTestRunner %s' % __version__ stylesheet = self._generate_stylesheet() heading = self._generate_heading(report_attrs) report = self._generate_report(result) ending = self._generate_ending() output = self.HTML_TMPL % dict( title = saxutils.escape(self.title), generator = generator, stylesheet = stylesheet, heading = heading, report = report, ending = ending, ) self.stream.write(output.encode('utf8')) def _generate_stylesheet(self): return self.STYLESHEET_TMPL def _generate_heading(self, report_attrs): a_lines = [] for name, value in report_attrs: line = self.HEADING_ATTRIBUTE_TMPL % dict( name = saxutils.escape(name), value = saxutils.escape(value), ) a_lines.append(line) heading = self.HEADING_TMPL % dict( title = saxutils.escape(self.title), parameters = ''.join(a_lines), description = saxutils.escape(self.description), ) return heading def _generate_report(self, result): rows = [] sortedResult = self.sortResult(result.result) for cid, (cls, cls_results) in enumerate(sortedResult): # subtotal for a class np = nf = ne = 0 for n,t,o,e,p in cls_results: if n == 0: np += 1 elif n == 1: nf += 1 else: ne += 1 # format class description if cls.__module__ == "__main__": name = cls.__name__ else: name = "%s.%s" % (cls.__module__, cls.__name__) doc = cls.__doc__ and cls.__doc__.split("\n")[0] or "" desc = doc and '%s: %s' % (name, doc) or name row = self.REPORT_CLASS_TMPL % dict( style = ne > 0 and 'errorClass' or nf > 0 and 'failClass' or 'passClass', desc = desc, count = np+nf+ne, Pass = np, fail = nf, error = ne, cid = 'c%s' % (cid+1), ) rows.append(row) for tid, (n,t,o,e,p) in enumerate(cls_results): self._generate_report_test(rows, cid, tid, n, t, o, e, p) report = self.REPORT_TMPL % dict( test_list = ''.join(rows), count = str(result.success_count+result.failure_count+result.error_count), Pass = str(result.success_count), fail = str(result.failure_count), error = str(result.error_count), ) return report def _generate_report_test(self, rows, cid, tid, n, t, o, e, p): # e.g. 'pt1.1', 'ft1.1', etc has_output = bool(o or e) tid = (n == 0 and 'p' or 'f') + 't%s.%s' % (cid+1,tid+1) name = t.id().split('.')[-1] doc = t.shortDescription() or "" desc = doc and ('%s: %s' % (name, doc)) or name tmpl = has_output and self.REPORT_TEST_WITH_OUTPUT_TMPL or self.REPORT_TEST_NO_OUTPUT_TMPL tmpl = bool(p) and self.REPORT_TEST_WITH_OUTPUT_TMPL_SHOT or tmpl # o and e should be byte string because they are collected from stdout and stderr? if isinstance(o,str): # TODO: some problem with 'string_escape': it escape \n and mess up formating # uo = unicode(o.encode('string_escape')) uo = o.decode('latin-1') else: uo = o if isinstance(e,str): # TODO: some problem with 'string_escape': it escape \n and mess up formating # ue = unicode(e.encode('string_escape')) ue = e.decode('latin-1') else: ue = e script = self.REPORT_TEST_OUTPUT_TMPL % dict( id = tid, output = saxutils.escape(uo+ue), ) row = tmpl % dict( tid = tid, Class = (n == 0 and 'hiddenRow' or 'none'), style = n == 2 and 'errorCase' or (n == 1 and 'failCase' or 'none'), desc = desc, script = script, status = self.STATUS[n], screenshot = p ) rows.append(row) if not has_output: return def _generate_ending(self): return self.ENDING_TMPL ############################################################################## # Facilities for running tests from the command line ############################################################################## # Note: Reuse unittest.TestProgram to launch test. In the future we may # build our own launcher to support more specific command line # parameters like test title, CSS, etc. class TestProgram(unittest.TestProgram): """ A variation of the unittest.TestProgram. Please refer to the base class for command line parameters. """ def runTests(self): # Pick HTMLTestRunner as the default test runner. # base class's testRunner parameter is not useful because it means # we have to instantiate HTMLTestRunner before we know self.verbosity. if self.testRunner is None: self.testRunner = HTMLTestRunner(verbosity=self.verbosity) unittest.TestProgram.runTests(self) main = TestProgram ############################################################################## # Executing this module from the command line ############################################################################## if __name__ == "__main__": main(module=None)