Source code for pytestqt.wait_signal

import functools

from pytestqt.exceptions import TimeoutError
from pytestqt.qt_compat import qt_api


class _AbstractSignalBlocker:
    """
    Base class for :class:`SignalBlocker` and :class:`MultiSignalBlocker`.

    Provides :meth:`wait` and a context manager protocol, but no means to add
    new signals and to detect when the signals should be considered "done".
    This needs to be implemented by subclasses.

    Subclasses also need to provide ``self._signals`` which should evaluate to
    ``False`` if no signals were configured.

    """

    def __init__(self, timeout=1000, raising=True):
        self._loop = qt_api.QtCore.QEventLoop()
        self.timeout = timeout
        self.signal_triggered = False
        self.raising = raising
        self._signals = None  # will be initialized by inheriting implementations
        self._timeout_message = ""
        if timeout is None or timeout == 0:
            self._timer = None
        else:
            self._timer = qt_api.QtCore.QTimer(self._loop)
            self._timer.setSingleShot(True)
            self._timer.setInterval(timeout)

    def wait(self):
        """
        Waits until either a connected signal is triggered or timeout is reached.

        :raise ValueError: if no signals are connected and timeout is None; in
            this case it would wait forever.
        """
        __tracebackhide__ = True
        if self.signal_triggered:
            return
        if self.timeout is None and not self._signals:
            raise ValueError("No signals or timeout specified.")
        if self._timer is not None:
            self._timer.timeout.connect(self._quit_loop_by_timeout)
            self._timer.start()

        if self.timeout != 0:
            self._loop.exec_()

        if not self.signal_triggered and self.raising:
            raise TimeoutError(self._timeout_message)

    def _quit_loop_by_timeout(self):
        try:
            self._cleanup()
        finally:
            self._loop.quit()

    def _cleanup(self):
        # store timeout message before the data to construct it is lost
        self._timeout_message = self._get_timeout_error_message()
        if self._timer is not None:
            _silent_disconnect(self._timer.timeout, self._quit_loop_by_timeout)
            self._timer.stop()
            self._timer = None

    def _get_timeout_error_message(self):
        """Subclasses have to implement this, returning an appropriate error message for a TimeoutError."""
        raise NotImplementedError  # pragma: no cover

    def _extract_pyqt_signal_name(self, potential_pyqt_signal):
        signal_name = potential_pyqt_signal.signal  # type: str
        if not isinstance(signal_name, str):
            raise TypeError(
                "Invalid 'signal' attribute in {}. "
                "Expected str but got {}".format(signal_name, type(signal_name))
            )
        # strip magic number "2" that PyQt prepends to the signal names
        signal_name = signal_name.lstrip("2")
        return signal_name

    def _extract_signal_from_signal_tuple(self, potential_signal_tuple):
        if isinstance(potential_signal_tuple, tuple):
            if len(potential_signal_tuple) != 2:
                raise ValueError(
                    "Signal tuple must have length of 2 (first element is the signal, "
                    "the second element is the signal's name)."
                )
            signal_tuple = potential_signal_tuple
            signal_name = signal_tuple[1]
            if not isinstance(signal_name, str):
                raise TypeError(
                    "Invalid type for provided signal name, "
                    "expected str but got {}".format(type(signal_name))
                )
            if not signal_name:
                raise ValueError("The provided signal name may not be empty")
            return signal_name
        return ""

    def determine_signal_name(self, potential_signal_tuple):
        """
        Attempts to determine the signal's name. If the user provided the signal name as 2nd value of the tuple, this
        name has preference. Bad values cause a ``ValueError``.
        Otherwise it attempts to get the signal from the ``signal`` attribute of ``signal`` (which only exists for
        PyQt signals).
        :returns: str name of the signal, an empty string if no signal name can be determined, or raises an error
            in case the user provided an invalid signal name manually
        """
        signal_name = self._extract_signal_from_signal_tuple(potential_signal_tuple)

        if not signal_name:
            try:
                signal_name = self._extract_pyqt_signal_name(potential_signal_tuple)
            except AttributeError:
                # not a PyQt signal
                # -> no signal name could be determined
                signal_name = ""

        return signal_name

    def get_callback_name(self, callback):
        """Attempts to extract the name of the callback. Returns empty string in case of failure."""
        try:
            name = callback.__name__
        except AttributeError:
            try:
                name = (
                    callback.func.__name__
                )  # e.g. for callbacks wrapped with functools.partial()
            except AttributeError:
                name = ""
        return name

    @staticmethod
    def get_signal_from_potential_signal_tuple(signal_tuple):
        if isinstance(signal_tuple, tuple):
            return signal_tuple[0]
        return signal_tuple

    def __enter__(self):
        return self

    def __exit__(self, type, value, traceback):
        __tracebackhide__ = True
        if value is None:
            # only wait if no exception happened inside the "with" block
            self.wait()


[docs]class SignalBlocker(_AbstractSignalBlocker): """ Returned by :meth:`pytestqt.qtbot.QtBot.waitSignal` method. :ivar int timeout: maximum time to wait for a signal to be triggered. Can be changed before :meth:`wait` is called. :ivar bool signal_triggered: set to ``True`` if a signal (or all signals in case of :class:`MultipleSignalBlocker`) was triggered, or ``False`` if timeout was reached instead. Until :meth:`wait` is called, this is set to ``None``. :ivar bool raising: If :class:`TimeoutError` should be raised if a timeout occurred. .. note:: contrary to the parameter of same name in :meth:`pytestqt.qtbot.QtBot.waitSignal`, this parameter does not consider the :ref:`qt_default_raising` option. :ivar list args: The arguments which were emitted by the signal, or None if the signal wasn't emitted at all. .. versionadded:: 1.10 The *args* attribute. .. automethod:: wait .. automethod:: connect """ def __init__(self, timeout=1000, raising=True, check_params_cb=None): super().__init__(timeout, raising=raising) self._signals = [] self.args = None self.all_args = [] self.check_params_callback = check_params_cb self.signal_name = ""
[docs] def connect(self, signal): """ Connects to the given signal, making :meth:`wait()` return once this signal is emitted. More than one signal can be connected, in which case **any** one of them will make ``wait()`` return. :param signal: QtCore.Signal or tuple (QtCore.Signal, str) """ self.signal_name = self.determine_signal_name(potential_signal_tuple=signal) actual_signal = self.get_signal_from_potential_signal_tuple(signal) actual_signal.connect(self._quit_loop_by_signal) self._signals.append(actual_signal)
def _quit_loop_by_signal(self, *args): """ quits the event loop and marks that we finished because of a signal. """ if self.check_params_callback: self.all_args.append(args) if not self.check_params_callback(*args): return # parameter check did not pass try: self.signal_triggered = True self.args = list(args) self._cleanup() finally: self._loop.quit() def _cleanup(self): super()._cleanup() for signal in self._signals: _silent_disconnect(signal, self._quit_loop_by_signal) self._signals = [] def get_params_as_str(self): if not self.all_args: return "" if len(self.all_args[0]) == 1: # we have a list of tuples with 1 element each (i.e. the signal has 1 parameter), it doesn't make sense # to return something like "[(someParam,), (someParam,)]", it's just ugly. Instead return something like # "[someParam, someParam]" args_list = [arg[0] for arg in self.all_args] else: args_list = self.all_args return str(args_list) def _get_timeout_error_message(self): if self.check_params_callback is not None: return ( "Signal {signal_name} emitted with parameters {params} " "within {timeout} ms, but did not satisfy " "the {cb_name} callback" ).format( signal_name=self.signal_name, params=self.get_params_as_str(), timeout=self.timeout, cb_name=self.get_callback_name(self.check_params_callback), ) else: return "Signal {signal_name} not emitted after {timeout} ms".format( signal_name=self.signal_name, timeout=self.timeout )
class SignalAndArgs: def __init__(self, signal_name, args): self.signal_name = signal_name self.args = args def _get_readable_signal_with_optional_args(self): args = repr(self.args) if self.args else "" # remove signal parameter signature, e.g. turn "some_signal(str,int)" to "some_signal", because we're adding # the actual parameters anyways signal_name = self.signal_name signal_name = signal_name.partition("(")[0] return signal_name + args def __str__(self): return self._get_readable_signal_with_optional_args() def __eq__(self, other): if isinstance(other, self.__class__): return self.__dict__ == other.__dict__ else: return False # Returns e.g. "3rd" for 3, or "21st" for 21 def get_ordinal_str(n): return "%d%s" % (n, {1: "st", 2: "nd", 3: "rd"}.get(n if n < 20 else n % 10, "th")) class NoMatchingIndexFoundError(Exception): pass
[docs]class MultiSignalBlocker(_AbstractSignalBlocker): """ Returned by :meth:`pytestqt.qtbot.QtBot.waitSignals` method, blocks until all signals connected to it are triggered or the timeout is reached. Variables identical to :class:`SignalBlocker`: - ``timeout`` - ``signal_triggered`` - ``raising`` .. automethod:: wait """ def __init__(self, timeout=1000, raising=True, check_params_cbs=None, order="none"): super().__init__(timeout, raising=raising) self._order = order self._check_params_callbacks = check_params_cbs self._signals_emitted = ( [] ) # list of booleans, indicates whether the signal was already emitted self._signals_map = ( {} ) # maps from a unique Signal to a list of indices where to expect signal instance emits self._signals = ( [] ) # list of all Signals (for compatibility with _AbstractSignalBlocker) self._slots = [] # list of slot functions self._signal_expected_index = 0 # only used when forcing order self._strict_order_violated = False self._actual_signal_and_args_at_violation = None self._signal_names = ( {} ) # maps from the unique Signal to the name of the signal (as string) self.all_signals_and_args = [] # list of SignalAndArgs instances def add_signals(self, signals): """ Adds the given signal to the list of signals which :meth:`wait()` waits for. :param list signals: list of QtCore.Signal`s or tuples (QtCore.Signal, str) """ self._determine_unique_signals(signals) self._create_signal_emitted_indices(signals) self._connect_unique_signals() def _get_timeout_error_message(self): if not self._are_signal_names_available(): error_message = self._get_degenerate_error_message() else: error_message = self._get_expected_and_actual_signals_message() if self._strict_order_violated: error_message = self._get_order_violation_message() + error_message return error_message def _determine_unique_signals(self, signals): # create a map that maps from a unique signal to a list of indices # (positions) where this signal is expected (in case order matters) signals_as_str = [ str(self.get_signal_from_potential_signal_tuple(signal)) for signal in signals ] # maps from a signal-string to one of the signal instances (the first one found) signal_str_to_unique_signal = {} for index, signal_str in enumerate(signals_as_str): signal = self.get_signal_from_potential_signal_tuple(signals[index]) potential_tuple = signals[index] if signal_str not in signal_str_to_unique_signal: unique_signal_tuple = potential_tuple signal_str_to_unique_signal[signal_str] = signal self._signals_map[signal] = [index] # create a new list else: # append to existing list unique_signal = signal_str_to_unique_signal[signal_str] self._signals_map[unique_signal].append(index) unique_signal_tuple = signals[index] self._determine_and_save_signal_name(unique_signal_tuple) def _determine_and_save_signal_name(self, unique_signal_tuple): signal_name = self.determine_signal_name(unique_signal_tuple) if signal_name: # might be an empty string if no name could be determined unique_signal = self.get_signal_from_potential_signal_tuple( unique_signal_tuple ) self._signal_names[unique_signal] = signal_name def _create_signal_emitted_indices(self, signals): for signal in signals: self._signals_emitted.append(False) def _connect_unique_signals(self): for unique_signal in self._signals_map: slot = functools.partial(self._unique_signal_emitted, unique_signal) self._slots.append(slot) unique_signal.connect(slot) self._signals.append(unique_signal) def _unique_signal_emitted(self, unique_signal, *args): """ Called when a given signal is emitted. If all expected signals have been emitted, quits the event loop and marks that we finished because signals. """ self._record_emitted_signal_if_possible(unique_signal, *args) self._check_signal_match(unique_signal, *args) if self._all_signals_emitted(): self.signal_triggered = True try: self._cleanup() finally: self._loop.quit() def _record_emitted_signal_if_possible(self, unique_signal, *args): if self._are_signal_names_available(): self.all_signals_and_args.append( SignalAndArgs(signal_name=self._signal_names[unique_signal], args=args) ) def _check_signal_match(self, unique_signal, *args): if self._order == "none": # perform the test for every matching index (stop after the first one that matches) try: successful_index = self._get_first_matching_index(unique_signal, *args) self._signals_emitted[successful_index] = True except NoMatchingIndexFoundError: # none found pass elif self._order == "simple": if self._check_signal_matches_expected_index(unique_signal, *args): self._signals_emitted[self._signal_expected_index] = True self._signal_expected_index += 1 else: # self.order == "strict" if not self._strict_order_violated: # only do the check if the strict order has not been violated yet self._strict_order_violated = ( True # assume the order has been violated this time ) if self._check_signal_matches_expected_index(unique_signal, *args): self._signals_emitted[self._signal_expected_index] = True self._signal_expected_index += 1 self._strict_order_violated = ( False # order has not been violated after all! ) else: if self._are_signal_names_available(): self._actual_signal_and_args_at_violation = SignalAndArgs( signal_name=self._signal_names[unique_signal], args=args ) def _all_signals_emitted(self): return not self._strict_order_violated and all(self._signals_emitted) def _get_first_matching_index(self, unique_signal, *args): successfully_emitted = False successful_index = -1 potential_indices = self._get_unemitted_signal_indices(unique_signal) for potential_index in potential_indices: if not self._violates_callback_at_index(potential_index, *args): successful_index = potential_index successfully_emitted = True break if not successfully_emitted: raise NoMatchingIndexFoundError return successful_index def _check_signal_matches_expected_index(self, unique_signal, *args): potential_indices = self._get_unemitted_signal_indices(unique_signal) if potential_indices: if self._signal_expected_index == potential_indices[0]: if not self._violates_callback_at_index( self._signal_expected_index, *args ): return True return False def _violates_callback_at_index(self, index, *args): """ Checks if there's a callback at the provided index that is violates due to invalid parameters. Returns False if there is no callback for that index, or if a callback exists but it wasn't violated (returned True). Returns True otherwise. """ if self._check_params_callbacks: callback_func = self._check_params_callbacks[index] if callback_func: if not callback_func(*args): return True return False def _get_unemitted_signal_indices(self, signal): """Returns the indices for the provided signal for which NO signal instance has been emitted yet.""" return [ index for index in self._signals_map[signal] if not self._signals_emitted[index] ] def _are_signal_names_available(self): if self._signal_names: return True return False def _get_degenerate_error_message(self): received_signals = sum(self._signals_emitted) total_signals = len(self._signals_emitted) return ( "Received {actual} of the {total} expected signals. " "To improve this error message, provide the names of the signals " "in the waitSignals() call." ).format(actual=received_signals, total=total_signals) def _get_expected_and_actual_signals_message(self): if not self.all_signals_and_args: emitted_signals = "None" else: emitted_signal_string_list = [str(_) for _ in self.all_signals_and_args] emitted_signals = self._format_as_array(emitted_signal_string_list) missing_signal_strings = [] for missing_signal_index in self._get_missing_signal_indices(): missing_signal_strings.append( self._get_signal_string_representation_for_index(missing_signal_index) ) missing_signals = self._format_as_array(missing_signal_strings) return "Emitted signals: {}. Missing: {}".format( emitted_signals, missing_signals ) @staticmethod def _format_as_array(list_of_strings): return "[{}]".format(", ".join(list_of_strings)) def _get_order_violation_message(self): expected_signal_as_str = self._get_signal_string_representation_for_index( self._signal_expected_index ) actual_signal_as_str = str(self._actual_signal_and_args_at_violation) return ( "Signal order violated! Expected {expected} as {ordinal} signal, " "but received {actual} instead. " ).format( expected=expected_signal_as_str, ordinal=get_ordinal_str(self._signal_expected_index + 1), actual=actual_signal_as_str, ) def _get_missing_signal_indices(self): return [ index for index, value in enumerate(self._signals_emitted) if not self._signals_emitted[index] ] def _get_signal_string_representation_for_index(self, index): """Returns something like <name_of_signal> or <name_of_signal> (callback: <name_of_callback>)""" signal = self._get_signal_for_index(index) signal_str_repr = self._signal_names[signal] if self._check_params_callbacks: potential_callback = self._check_params_callbacks[index] if potential_callback: callback_name = self.get_callback_name(potential_callback) if callback_name: signal_str_repr += f" (callback: {callback_name})" return signal_str_repr def _get_signal_for_index(self, index): for signal in self._signals_map: if index in self._signals_map[signal]: return signal def _cleanup(self): super()._cleanup() for i in range(len(self._signals)): signal = self._signals[i] slot = self._slots[i] _silent_disconnect(signal, slot) del self._signals_emitted[:] self._signals_map.clear() del self._slots[:]
class SignalEmittedSpy: """ .. versionadded:: 1.11 An object which checks if a given signal has ever been emitted. Intended to be used as a context manager. """ def __init__(self, signal): self.signal = signal self.emitted = False self.args = None def slot(self, *args): self.emitted = True self.args = args def __enter__(self): self.signal.connect(self.slot) def __exit__(self, type, value, traceback): self.signal.disconnect(self.slot) def assert_not_emitted(self): if self.emitted: if self.args: raise SignalEmittedError( "Signal %r unexpectedly emitted with " "arguments %r" % (self.signal, list(self.args)) ) else: raise SignalEmittedError(f"Signal {self.signal!r} unexpectedly emitted") class CallbackBlocker: """ .. versionadded:: 3.1 An object which checks if the returned callback gets called. Intended to be used as a context manager. :ivar int timeout: maximum time to wait for the callback to be called. :ivar bool raising: If :class:`TimeoutError` should be raised if a timeout occured. .. note:: contrary to the parameter of same name in :meth:`pytestqt.qtbot.QtBot.waitCallback`, this parameter does not consider the :ref:`qt_default_raising` option. :ivar list args: The arguments with which the callback was called, or None if the callback wasn't called at all. :ivar dict kwargs: The keyword arguments with which the callback was called, or None if the callback wasn't called at all. """ def __init__(self, timeout=1000, raising=True): self.timeout = timeout self.raising = raising self.args = None self.kwargs = None self.called = False self._loop = qt_api.QtCore.QEventLoop() if timeout is None: self._timer = None else: self._timer = qt_api.QtCore.QTimer(self._loop) self._timer.setSingleShot(True) self._timer.setInterval(timeout) def wait(self): """ Waits until either the returned callback is called or timeout is reached. """ __tracebackhide__ = True if self.called: return if self._timer is not None: self._timer.timeout.connect(self._quit_loop_by_timeout) self._timer.start() self._loop.exec_() if not self.called and self.raising: raise TimeoutError("Callback wasn't called after %sms." % self.timeout) def assert_called_with(self, *args, **kwargs): """ Check that the callback was called with the same arguments as this function. """ assert self.called assert self.args == list(args) assert self.kwargs == kwargs def _quit_loop_by_timeout(self): try: self._cleanup() finally: self._loop.quit() def _cleanup(self): if self._timer is not None: _silent_disconnect(self._timer.timeout, self._quit_loop_by_timeout) self._timer.stop() self._timer = None def __call__(self, *args, **kwargs): # Not inside the try: block, as if self.called is True, we did quit the # loop already. if self.called: raise CallbackCalledTwiceError("Callback called twice") try: self.args = list(args) self.kwargs = kwargs self.called = True self._cleanup() finally: self._loop.quit() def __enter__(self): return self def __exit__(self, type, value, traceback): __tracebackhide__ = True if value is None: # only wait if no exception happened inside the "with" block self.wait()
[docs]class SignalEmittedError(Exception): """ .. versionadded:: 1.11 The exception thrown by :meth:`pytestqt.qtbot.QtBot.assertNotEmitted` if a signal was emitted unexpectedly. """ pass
class CallbackCalledTwiceError(Exception): """ .. versionadded:: 3.1 The exception thrown by :meth:`pytestqt.qtbot.QtBot.waitCallback` if a callback was called twice. """ pass def _silent_disconnect(signal, slot): """Disconnects a signal from a slot, ignoring errors. Sometimes Qt might disconnect a signal automatically for unknown reasons. """ try: signal.disconnect(slot) except (TypeError, RuntimeError): # pragma: no cover pass