Source code for robot.utils.robottypes

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from .platform import PY2


if PY2:
    from .robottypes2 import (is_bytes, is_dict_like, is_integer, is_list_like,
                              is_number, is_pathlike, is_string,
                              is_unicode, type_name, Mapping, MutableMapping)
    unicode = unicode

else:
    from .robottypes3 import (is_bytes, is_dict_like, is_integer, is_list_like,
                              is_number, is_pathlike, is_string,
                              is_unicode, type_name, Mapping, MutableMapping)
    unicode = str


TRUE_STRINGS = {'TRUE', 'YES', 'ON', '1'}
FALSE_STRINGS = {'FALSE', 'NO', 'OFF', '0', 'NONE', ''}


[docs]def is_truthy(item): """Returns `True` or `False` depending is the item considered true or not. Validation rules: - If the value is a string, it is considered false if it is `'FALSE'`, `'NO'`, `'OFF'`, `'0'`, `'NONE'` or `''`, case-insensitively. - Other strings are considered true. - Other values are handled by using the standard `bool()` function. Designed to be used also by external test libraries that want to handle Boolean values similarly as Robot Framework itself. See also :func:`is_falsy`. """ if is_string(item): return item.upper() not in FALSE_STRINGS return bool(item)
[docs]def is_falsy(item): """Opposite of :func:`is_truthy`.""" return not is_truthy(item)