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System test framework for POSIX shells (python3 version)

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System test framework with Python

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Prego is a library consisting on a set of clases and hamcrest matchers usefull to specify shell command interactions through files, environment variables, network ports. It provides support to run shell commands on background, send signal to processes, set assertions on command stdout or stderr, etc.

Subjects

A summary of subjects and their associated assertions.

Task(desc='', detach=False)

Usuallys involve the execution of a program, pre-conditions and post-conditions as assertions.

Common assertions:

  • assert_that, for single shot checking.
  • wait_that, for polling recurrent checking.
  • command, to run arbitrary shell command.

Specific assertions:

  • running(), the task is still running.
  • terminated(), the task is over.
Task.command(cmd_line, stdout, stderr, expected, timeout, signal, cwd, env)

Checks program execution.

Arguments:

  • expected: check command line return code. Assertion fails if value does not match.

    • Default value: 0.
    • Return code is ignored if is set to None.
  • timeout: assertion fails if execution time exceed timeout (in seconds)

    • Default value is 5.
    • With 0, timeout is not checked.
  • signal: send the given signal number to kill command.

  • cwd: change to the specified directory before execute command.

  • env: a diccionary of environment variables.

Assertions:

  • running()
  • exits_with(value)
  • killed_by(signal)

File(path)

Check local files.

  • exists(): the file path exists.

File().content

Checks contents of files.

  • any hamcrest string matchers (ie: contains_string)

    • example: task.wait_that(File('foo'), hamcrest.is_(File('bar'))

Variable(nam)

Checks environment variables.

  • exists(): the variable name exists.

  • any hamcrest string matchers (ie: contains_string)

    • example: task.assert_that(Variable(SHELL), hamcrest.constains_string('bash'))

Host(hostname)

Checks a network computer.

  • listen_port(number, proto='tcp'): a server is listen at port.
  • reachable(): host answer to ping.

Package(name)

Checks a Debian package

  • installed()

context

The context is an object whose attributes may be automatically interpolated in command and filename paths.

Some of them are set as default values for command() parameters too. If context.cwd is set, all commands in the same test method will use that value as CWD (Current Working Directory) unless you define a different value as command() keyarg.

Context attributes that defaults command() parameters are cwd, timeout, signal and expected.

Interpolation

Available interpolation variables are:

  • $basedir: the directory where prego is executed (relative).
  • $fullbasedir: absolute path of $basedir.
  • $testdir: the directory where the running test file is.
  • $fulltestdir: absolute path of $testdir.
  • $testfilename: the file name of the running test.
  • $tmpbase: a safe directory (per user) to put temporary files.
  • $tmp: a safe directory (per user and prego instance) to put temporary files.
  • $pid: the prego instance PID.

Examples

Testing netcat

import hamcrest
from prego import Task, TestCase, context as ctx, running
from prego.net import localhost, listen_port
from prego.debian import Package, installed


class Net(TestCase):
    def test_netcat(self):
        ctx.port = 2000
        server = Task(desc='netcat server', detach=True)
        server.assert_that(Package('nmap'), installed())
        server.assert_that(localhost,
                           hamcrest.is_not(listen_port(ctx.port)))
        cmd = server.command('ncat -l -p $port')
        server.assert_that(cmd.stdout.content,
                           hamcrest.contains_string('bye'))

        client = Task(desc='ncat client')
        client.wait_that(server, running())
        client.wait_that(localhost, listen_port(ctx.port))
        client.command('ncat -c "echo bye" localhost $port')

This test may be executed using nosetest::

$ nosetests examples/netcat.py
.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Ran 1 test in 1.414s

OK

But prego provides a wrapper (the prego command) that has some interesting options:

$ prego -h
usage: prego [-h] [-c FILE] [-k] [-d] [-o] [-e] [-v] [-p] ...

positional arguments:
  nose-args

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -c FILE, --config FILE
                        explicit config file
  -k, --keep-going      continue even with failed assertion or tests
  -d, --dirty           do not remove generated files
  -o, --stdout          print tests stdout
  -e, --stderr          print tests stderr
  -v, --verbose         increase log verbosity

Same ncat test invoking prego:

[II] ------  Net.test_netcat BEGIN
[II] [ ok ]   B.0 wait that A is running
[II] [ ok ]   A.0 assert that nmap package is installed
[II] [ ok ]   A.1 assert that localhost not port 2000/tcp to be open
[II] [fail]   B.1 wait that localhost port 2000/tcp to be open
[II] [ ok ]   B.1 wait that localhost port 2000/tcp to be open
[II]          A.2.out| bye
[II] [ ok ]   B.2 Command 'ncat -c "echo bye" localhost 2000' code (0:0) time 5:1.28
[II] [ ok ]   B.3 assert that command B.2 returncode to be 0
[II] [ ok ]   B.4 assert that command B.2 execution time to be a value less than <5>s
[II] [ OK ]   B   Task end - elapsed: 1.17s
[II] [ ok ]   A.2 Command 'ncat -l -p 2000' code (0:0) time 5:1.33
[II] [ ok ]   A.3 assert that command A.2 returncode to be 0
[II] [ ok ]   A.4 assert that command A.2 execution time to be a value less than <5>s
[II] [ ok ]   A.5 assert that File '/tmp/prego-david/26245/A.2.out' content a string containing 'bye'
[II] [ OK ]   A   Task end - elapsed: 1.32s
[II] [ OK ]  Net.test_netcat END
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Ran 1 test in 1.396s

OK

Testing google reachability

import hamcrest
from prego import TestCase, Task
from prego.net import Host, reachable

class GoogleTest(TestCase):
    def test_is_reachable(self):
        link = Task(desc="Is interface link up?")
        link.command('ip link | grep wlan0 | grep "state UP"')

        router = Task(desc="Is the local router reachable?")
        router.command("ping -c2 $(ip route | grep ^default | cut -d' ' -f 3)")

        for line in file('/etc/resolv.conf'):
            if line.startswith('nameserver'):
                server = line.split()[1]
                test = Task(desc="Is DNS server {0} reachable?".format(server))
                test.command('ping -c 2 {0}'.format(server))

        resolve = Task(desc="may google name be resolved?")
        resolve.command('host www.google.com')

        ping = Task(desc="Is google reachable?")
        ping.command('ping -c 1 www.google.com')
        ping.assert_that(Host('www.google.com'), reachable())
        ping.assert_that(Host('www.googlewrong.com'), hamcrest.is_not(reachable()))

        web = Task(desc="get index.html")
        cmd = web.command('wget http://www.google.com/webhp?hl=en -O-')
        web.assert_that(cmd.stdout.content,
                        hamcrest.contains_string('value="I\'m Feeling Lucky"'))

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