Source code for robot.running.model

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"""Module implementing test execution related model objects.

When tests are executed normally, these objects are created based on the test
data on the file system by :class:`~.builder.TestSuiteBuilder`, but external
tools can also create an executable test suite model structure directly.
Regardless the approach to create it, the model is executed by calling
:meth:`` method of the root test suite. See the
:mod:`robot.running` package level documentation for more information and

The most important classes defined in this module are :class:`TestSuite`,
:class:`TestCase` and :class:`Keyword`. When tests are executed, these objects
can be inspected and modified by `pre-run modifiers`__ and `listeners`__.
The aforementioned objects are considered stable, but other objects in this
module may still be changed in the future major releases.


import os

from robot import model
from robot.conf import RobotSettings
from robot.output import LOGGER, Output, pyloggingconf
from robot.utils import seq2str, setter

from .randomizer import Randomizer
from .steprunner import StepRunner

[docs]class Keyword(model.Keyword): """Represents a single executable keyword. These keywords never have child keywords or messages. The actual keyword that is executed depends on the context where this model is executed. See the base class for documentation of attributes not documented here. """ __slots__ = ['lineno'] message_class = None #: Internal usage only. def __init__(self, name='', doc='', args=(), assign=(), tags=(), timeout=None, type=model.Keyword.KEYWORD_TYPE, lineno=None): model.Keyword.__init__(self, name, doc, args, assign, tags, timeout, type) self.lineno = lineno
[docs] def run(self, context): """Execute the keyword. Typically called internally by :meth:``. """ return StepRunner(context).run_step(self)
[docs]class ForLoop(Keyword): """Represents a for loop in test data. Contains keywords in the loop body as child :attr:`keywords`. """ __slots__ = ['flavor', 'lineno', '_header', '_end'] keyword_class = Keyword #: Internal usage only. def __init__(self, variables, values, flavor, lineno=None, _header='FOR', _end='END'): Keyword.__init__(self, assign=variables, args=values, type=Keyword.FOR_LOOP_TYPE) self.flavor = flavor self.lineno = lineno self._header = _header self._end = _end @property def variables(self): return self.assign @property def values(self): return self.args def __unicode__(self): variables = ' '.join(self.assign) values = ' '.join(self.values) return u'FOR %s %s %s' % (variables, self.flavor, values)
[docs]class TestCase(model.TestCase): """Represents a single executable test case. See the base class for documentation of attributes not documented here. """ __slots__ = ['template', 'lineno'] keyword_class = Keyword #: Internal usage only. def __init__(self, name='', doc='', tags=None, timeout=None, template=None, lineno=None): model.TestCase.__init__(self, name, doc, tags, timeout) #: Name of the keyword that has been used as template #: when building the test. ``None`` if no is template used. self.template = template self.lineno = lineno
[docs]class TestSuite(model.TestSuite): """Represents a single executable test suite. See the base class for documentation of attributes not documented here. """ __slots__ = ['resource'] test_class = TestCase #: Internal usage only. keyword_class = Keyword #: Internal usage only. def __init__(self, name='', doc='', metadata=None, source=None, rpa=None): model.TestSuite.__init__(self, name, doc, metadata, source, rpa) #: :class:`ResourceFile` instance containing imports, variables and #: keywords the suite owns. When data is parsed from the file system, #: this data comes from the same test case file that creates the suite. self.resource = ResourceFile(source=source)
[docs] @classmethod def from_file_system(cls, *paths, **config): """Create a :class:`TestSuite` object based on the given ``paths``. ``paths`` are file or directory paths where to read the data from. Internally utilizes the :class:`` class and ``config`` can be used to configure how it is initialized. New in Robot Framework 3.2. """ from .builder import TestSuiteBuilder return TestSuiteBuilder(**config).build(*paths)
[docs] @classmethod def from_model(cls, model, name=None): """Create a :class:`TestSuite` object based on the given ``model``. The model can be created by using the :func:`~robot.parsing.parser.parser.get_model` function and possibly modified by other tooling in the :mod:`robot.parsing` module. New in Robot Framework 3.2. """ from .builder import RobotParser return RobotParser().build_suite(model, name)
[docs] def configure(self, randomize_suites=False, randomize_tests=False, randomize_seed=None, **options): """A shortcut to configure a suite using one method call. Can only be used with the root test suite. :param randomize_xxx: Passed to :meth:`randomize`. :param options: Passed to :class:`~robot.model.configurer.SuiteConfigurer` that will then set suite attributes, call :meth:`filter`, etc. as needed. Example:: suite.configure(included_tags=['smoke'], doc='Smoke test results.') """ model.TestSuite.configure(self, **options) self.randomize(randomize_suites, randomize_tests, randomize_seed)
[docs] def randomize(self, suites=True, tests=True, seed=None): """Randomizes the order of suites and/or tests, recursively. :param suites: Boolean controlling should suites be randomized. :param tests: Boolean controlling should tests be randomized. :param seed: Random seed. Can be given if previous random order needs to be re-created. Seed value is always shown in logs and reports. """ self.visit(Randomizer(suites, tests, seed))
[docs] def run(self, settings=None, **options): """Executes the suite based based the given ``settings`` or ``options``. :param settings: :class:`~robot.conf.settings.RobotSettings` object to configure test execution. :param options: Used to construct new :class:`~robot.conf.settings.RobotSettings` object if ``settings`` are not given. :return: :class:`~robot.result.executionresult.Result` object with information about executed suites and tests. If ``options`` are used, their names are the same as long command line options except without hyphens. Some options are ignored (see below), but otherwise they have the same semantics as on the command line. Options that can be given on the command line multiple times can be passed as lists like ``variable=['VAR1:value1', 'VAR2:value2']``. If such an option is used only once, it can be given also as a single string like ``variable='VAR:value'``. Additionally listener option allows passing object directly instead of listener name, e.g. ``run('tests.robot', listener=Listener())``. To capture stdout and/or stderr streams, pass open file objects in as special keyword arguments ``stdout`` and ``stderr``, respectively. Only options related to the actual test execution have an effect. For example, options related to selecting or modifying test cases or suites (e.g. ``--include``, ``--name``, ``--prerunmodifier``) or creating logs and reports are silently ignored. The output XML generated as part of the execution can be configured, though. This includes disabling it with ``output=None``. Example:: stdout = StringIO() result ='EXAMPLE:value', critical='regression', output='example.xml', exitonfailure=True, stdout=stdout) print(result.return_code) To save memory, the returned :class:`~robot.result.executionresult.Result` object does not have any information about the executed keywords. If that information is needed, the created output XML file needs to be read using the :class:`~robot.result.resultbuilder.ExecutionResult` factory method. See the :mod:`package level <robot.running>` documentation for more examples, including how to construct executable test suites and how to create logs and reports based on the execution results. See the :func:` <>` function for a higher-level API for executing tests in files or directories. """ from .namespace import IMPORTER from .signalhandler import STOP_SIGNAL_MONITOR from .runner import Runner with LOGGER: if not settings: settings = RobotSettings(options) LOGGER.register_console_logger(**settings.console_output_config) with pyloggingconf.robot_handler_enabled(settings.log_level): with STOP_SIGNAL_MONITOR: IMPORTER.reset() output = Output(settings) runner = Runner(output, settings) self.visit(runner) output.close(runner.result) return runner.result
[docs]class Variable(object): def __init__(self, name, value, source=None, lineno=None, error=None): = name self.value = value self.source = source self.lineno = lineno self.error = error
[docs] def report_invalid_syntax(self, message, level='ERROR'): source = self.source or '<unknown>' line = ' on line %s' % self.lineno if self.lineno is not None else '' LOGGER.write("Error in file '%s'%s: Setting variable '%s' failed: %s" % (source, line,, message), level)
[docs]class ResourceFile(object): def __init__(self, doc='', source=None): self.doc = doc self.source = source self.imports = [] self.keywords = [] self.variables = [] @setter def imports(self, imports): return Imports(self.source, imports) @setter def keywords(self, keywords): return model.ItemList(UserKeyword, {'parent': self}, items=keywords) @setter def variables(self, variables): return model.ItemList(Variable, {'source': self.source}, items=variables)
[docs]class UserKeyword(object): def __init__(self, name, args=(), doc='', tags=(), return_=None, timeout=None, lineno=None, parent=None): = name self.args = args self.doc = doc self.tags = tags self.return_ = return_ or () self.timeout = timeout self.keywords = [] self.lineno = lineno self.parent = parent @setter def keywords(self, keywords): return model.Keywords(Keyword, self, keywords) @setter def tags(self, tags): return model.Tags(tags) @property def source(self): return self.parent.source if self.parent is not None else None
[docs]class Import(object): ALLOWED_TYPES = ('Library', 'Resource', 'Variables') def __init__(self, type, name, args=(), alias=None, source=None, lineno=None): if type not in self.ALLOWED_TYPES: raise ValueError("Invalid import type '%s'. Should be one of %s." % (type, seq2str(self.ALLOWED_TYPES, lastsep=' or '))) self.type = type = name self.args = args self.alias = alias self.source = source self.lineno = lineno @property def directory(self): if not self.source: return None if os.path.isdir(self.source): return self.source return os.path.dirname(self.source)
[docs] def report_invalid_syntax(self, message, level='ERROR'): source = self.source or '<unknown>' line = ' on line %s' % self.lineno if self.lineno is not None else '' LOGGER.write("Error in file '%s'%s: %s" % (source, line, message), level)
[docs]class Imports(model.ItemList): def __init__(self, source, imports=None): model.ItemList.__init__(self, Import, {'source': source}, items=imports)
[docs] def library(self, name, args=(), alias=None, lineno=None): self.create('Library', name, args, alias, lineno)
[docs] def resource(self, path, lineno=None): self.create('Resource', path, lineno)
[docs] def variables(self, path, args=(), lineno=None): self.create('Variables', path, args, lineno)