Source code for webtest.http

This module contains some helpers to deal with the real http

import threading
import logging
import select
import socket
import time
import os

from http import client

import webob
from waitress.server import TcpWSGIServer

def get_free_port():
    s = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM)
    s.bind(('', 0))
    ip, port = s.getsockname()
    ip = os.environ.get('WEBTEST_SERVER_BIND', '')
    return ip, port

[docs]def check_server(host, port, path_info='/', timeout=3, retries=30): """Perform a request until the server reply""" if retries < 0: return 0 time.sleep(.3) for i in range(retries): try: conn = client.HTTPConnection(host, int(port), timeout=timeout) conn.request('GET', path_info) res = conn.getresponse() return res.status except (OSError, client.HTTPException): time.sleep(.3) return 0
[docs]class StopableWSGIServer(TcpWSGIServer): """StopableWSGIServer is a TcpWSGIServer which run in a separated thread. This allow to use tools like casperjs or selenium. Server instance have an ``application_url`` attribute formatted with the server host and port. """ was_shutdown = False def __init__(self, application, *args, **kwargs): super().__init__(self.wrapper, *args, **kwargs) self.runner = None self.test_app = application self.application_url = f'http://{}:{self.adj.port}/'
[docs] def wrapper(self, environ, start_response): """Wrap the wsgi application to override some path: ``/__application__``: allow to ping the server. ``/__file__?__file__={path}``: serve the file found at ``path`` """ if '__file__' in environ['PATH_INFO']: req = webob.Request(environ) resp = webob.Response() resp.content_type = 'text/html; charset=UTF-8' filename = req.params.get('__file__') if os.path.isfile(filename): body = open(filename, 'rb').read() body = body.replace(b'http://localhost/', bytes('http://%s/' %, 'UTF-8')) resp.body = body else: resp.status = '404 Not Found' return resp(environ, start_response) elif '__application__' in environ['PATH_INFO']: return webob.Response('server started')(environ, start_response) return self.test_app(environ, start_response)
[docs] def run(self): """Run the server""" try: self.asyncore.loop(.5, map=self._map) except OSError: # pragma: no cover if not self.was_shutdown: raise
[docs] def shutdown(self): """Shutdown the server""" # avoid showing traceback related to asyncore self.was_shutdown = True self.logger.setLevel(logging.FATAL) while self._map: triggers = list(self._map.values()) for trigger in triggers: trigger.handle_close() self.maintenance(0) self.task_dispatcher.shutdown() return True
[docs] @classmethod def create(cls, application, **kwargs): """Start a server to serve ``application``. Return a server instance.""" host, port = get_free_port() if 'port' not in kwargs: kwargs['port'] = port if 'host' not in kwargs: kwargs['host'] = host if 'expose_tracebacks' not in kwargs: kwargs['expose_tracebacks'] = True server = cls(application, **kwargs) server.runner = threading.Thread( server.runner.daemon = True server.runner.start() return server
[docs] def wait(self, retries=30): """Wait until the server is started""" running = check_server(, self.adj.port, '/__application__', retries=retries) if running: return True try: self.shutdown() finally: return False