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"""Contains gsutil base unit test case class."""

from __future__ import absolute_import

import logging
import os
import sys
import tempfile

import boto
from gslib import wildcard_iterator
from gslib.boto_translation import BotoTranslation
from gslib.cloud_api_delegator import CloudApiDelegator
from gslib.command_runner import CommandRunner
from gslib.cs_api_map import ApiMapConstants
from gslib.cs_api_map import ApiSelector
from gslib.tests.mock_logging_handler import MockLoggingHandler
from gslib.tests.testcase import base
import gslib.tests.util as util
from gslib.tests.util import unittest
from gslib.tests.util import WorkingDirectory
from gslib.util import DiscardMessagesQueue
from gslib.util import GsutilStreamHandler


class GsutilApiUnitTestClassMapFactory(object):
  """Class map factory for use in unit tests.

  BotoTranslation is used for all cases so that GSMockBucketStorageUri can
  be used to communicate with the mock XML service.
  """

  @classmethod
  def GetClassMap(cls):
    """Returns a class map for use in unit tests."""
    gs_class_map = {
        ApiSelector.XML: BotoTranslation,
        ApiSelector.JSON: BotoTranslation
    }
    s3_class_map = {
        ApiSelector.XML: BotoTranslation
    }
    class_map = {
        'gs': gs_class_map,
        's3': s3_class_map
    }
    return class_map


@unittest.skipUnless(util.RUN_UNIT_TESTS,
                     'Not running integration tests.')
class GsUtilUnitTestCase(base.GsUtilTestCase):
  """Base class for gsutil unit tests."""

  @classmethod
  def setUpClass(cls):
    base.GsUtilTestCase.setUpClass()
    cls.mock_bucket_storage_uri = util.GSMockBucketStorageUri
    cls.mock_gsutil_api_class_map_factory = GsutilApiUnitTestClassMapFactory
    cls.logger = logging.getLogger()
    cls.command_runner = CommandRunner(
        bucket_storage_uri_class=cls.mock_bucket_storage_uri,
        gsutil_api_class_map_factory=cls.mock_gsutil_api_class_map_factory)

  def setUp(self):
    super(GsUtilUnitTestCase, self).setUp()
    self.bucket_uris = []
    self.stdout_save = sys.stdout
    self.stderr_save = sys.stderr
    fd, self.stdout_file = tempfile.mkstemp()
    sys.stdout = os.fdopen(fd, 'w+')
    fd, self.stderr_file = tempfile.mkstemp()
    sys.stderr = os.fdopen(fd, 'w+')
    self.accumulated_stdout = []
    self.accumulated_stderr = []

    self.root_logger = logging.getLogger()
    self.is_debugging = self.root_logger.isEnabledFor(logging.DEBUG)
    self.log_handlers_save = self.root_logger.handlers
    fd, self.log_handler_file = tempfile.mkstemp()
    self.log_handler_stream = os.fdopen(fd, 'w+')
    self.temp_log_handler = GsutilStreamHandler(self.log_handler_stream)
    self.root_logger.handlers = [self.temp_log_handler]

  def tearDown(self):
    super(GsUtilUnitTestCase, self).tearDown()

    self.root_logger.handlers = self.log_handlers_save
    self.temp_log_handler.flush()
    self.temp_log_handler.close()
    self.log_handler_stream.seek(0)
    log_output = self.log_handler_stream.read()
    self.log_handler_stream.close()
    os.unlink(self.log_handler_file)

    sys.stdout.seek(0)
    sys.stderr.seek(0)
    stdout = sys.stdout.read()
    stderr = sys.stderr.read()
    stdout += ''.join(self.accumulated_stdout)
    stderr += ''.join(self.accumulated_stderr)
    sys.stdout.close()
    sys.stderr.close()
    sys.stdout = self.stdout_save
    sys.stderr = self.stderr_save
    os.unlink(self.stdout_file)
    os.unlink(self.stderr_file)

    if self.is_debugging and stdout:
      sys.stderr.write('==== stdout %s ====\n' % self.id())
      sys.stderr.write(stdout)
      sys.stderr.write('==== end stdout ====\n')
    if self.is_debugging and stderr:
      sys.stderr.write('==== stderr %s ====\n' % self.id())
      sys.stderr.write(stderr)
      sys.stderr.write('==== end stderr ====\n')
    if self.is_debugging and log_output:
      sys.stderr.write('==== log output %s ====\n' % self.id())
      sys.stderr.write(log_output)
      sys.stderr.write('==== end log output ====\n')

  def RunCommand(self, command_name, args=None, headers=None, debug=0,
                 return_stdout=False, return_stderr=False,
                 return_log_handler=False, cwd=None):
    """Method for calling gslib.command_runner.CommandRunner.

    Passes parallel_operations=False for all tests, optionally saving/returning
    stdout output. We run all tests multi-threaded, to exercise those more
    complicated code paths.
    TODO: Change to run with parallel_operations=True for all tests. At
    present when you do this it causes many test failures.

    Args:
      command_name: The name of the command being run.
      args: Command-line args (arg0 = actual arg, not command name ala bash).
      headers: Dictionary containing optional HTTP headers to pass to boto.
      debug: Debug level to pass in to boto connection (range 0..3).
      return_stdout: If True, will save and return stdout produced by command.
      return_stderr: If True, will save and return stderr produced by command.
      return_log_handler: If True, will return a MockLoggingHandler instance
           that was attached to the command's logger while running.
      cwd: The working directory that should be switched to before running the
           command. The working directory will be reset back to its original
           value after running the command. If not specified, the working
           directory is left unchanged.

    Returns:
      One or a tuple of requested return values, depending on whether
      return_stdout, return_stderr, and/or return_log_handler were specified.
    """
    args = args or []

    command_line = ' '.join([command_name] + args)
    if self.is_debugging:
      self.stderr_save.write('\nRunCommand of %s\n' % command_line)

    # Save and truncate stdout and stderr for the lifetime of RunCommand. This
    # way, we can return just the stdout and stderr that was output during the
    # RunNamedCommand call below.
    sys.stdout.seek(0)
    sys.stderr.seek(0)
    stdout = sys.stdout.read()
    stderr = sys.stderr.read()
    if stdout:
      self.accumulated_stdout.append(stdout)
    if stderr:
      self.accumulated_stderr.append(stderr)
    sys.stdout.seek(0)
    sys.stderr.seek(0)
    sys.stdout.truncate()
    sys.stderr.truncate()

    mock_log_handler = MockLoggingHandler()
    logging.getLogger(command_name).addHandler(mock_log_handler)

    try:
      with WorkingDirectory(cwd):
        self.command_runner.RunNamedCommand(
            command_name, args=args, headers=headers, debug=debug,
            parallel_operations=False, do_shutdown=False)
    finally:
      sys.stdout.seek(0)
      stdout = sys.stdout.read()
      sys.stderr.seek(0)
      stderr = sys.stderr.read()
      logging.getLogger(command_name).removeHandler(mock_log_handler)
      mock_log_handler.close()

      log_output = '\n'.join(
          '%s:\n  ' % level + '\n  '.join(records)
          for level, records in mock_log_handler.messages.iteritems()
          if records)
      if self.is_debugging and log_output:
        self.stderr_save.write(
            '==== logging RunCommand %s %s ====\n' % (self.id(), command_line))
        self.stderr_save.write(log_output)
        self.stderr_save.write('\n==== end logging ====\n')
      if self.is_debugging and stdout:
        self.stderr_save.write(
            '==== stdout RunCommand %s %s ====\n' % (self.id(), command_line))
        self.stderr_save.write(stdout)
        self.stderr_save.write('==== end stdout ====\n')
      if self.is_debugging and stderr:
        self.stderr_save.write(
            '==== stderr RunCommand %s %s ====\n' % (self.id(), command_line))
        self.stderr_save.write(stderr)
        self.stderr_save.write('==== end stderr ====\n')

      # Reset stdout and stderr files, so that we won't print them out again
      # in tearDown if debugging is enabled.
      sys.stdout.seek(0)
      sys.stderr.seek(0)
      sys.stdout.truncate()
      sys.stderr.truncate()

    to_return = []
    if return_stdout:
      to_return.append(stdout)
    if return_stderr:
      to_return.append(stderr)
    if return_log_handler:
      to_return.append(mock_log_handler)
    if len(to_return) == 1:
      return to_return[0]
    return tuple(to_return)

  @classmethod
  def MakeGsUtilApi(cls, debug=0):
    gsutil_api_map = {
        ApiMapConstants.API_MAP: (
            cls.mock_gsutil_api_class_map_factory.GetClassMap()),
        ApiMapConstants.SUPPORT_MAP: {
            'gs': [ApiSelector.XML, ApiSelector.JSON],
            's3': [ApiSelector.XML]
        },
        ApiMapConstants.DEFAULT_MAP: {
            'gs': ApiSelector.JSON,
            's3': ApiSelector.XML
        }
    }

    return CloudApiDelegator(
        cls.mock_bucket_storage_uri, gsutil_api_map, cls.logger,
        DiscardMessagesQueue(), debug=debug)

  @classmethod
  def _test_wildcard_iterator(cls, uri_or_str, debug=0):
    """Convenience method for instantiating a test instance of WildcardIterator.

    This makes it unnecessary to specify all the params of that class
    (like bucket_storage_uri_class=mock_storage_service.MockBucketStorageUri).
    Also, naming the factory method this way makes it clearer in the test code
    that WildcardIterator needs to be set up for testing.

    Args are same as for wildcard_iterator.wildcard_iterator(), except
    there are no class args for bucket_storage_uri_class or gsutil_api_class.

    Args:
      uri_or_str: StorageUri or string representing the wildcard string.
      debug: debug level to pass to the underlying connection (0..3)

    Returns:
      WildcardIterator, over which caller can iterate.
    """
    # TODO: Remove when tests no longer pass StorageUri arguments.
    uri_string = uri_or_str
    if hasattr(uri_or_str, 'uri'):
      uri_string = uri_or_str.uri

    return wildcard_iterator.CreateWildcardIterator(
        uri_string, cls.MakeGsUtilApi())

  @staticmethod
  def _test_storage_uri(uri_str, default_scheme='file', debug=0,
                        validate=True):
    """Convenience method for instantiating a testing instance of StorageUri.

    This makes it unnecessary to specify
    bucket_storage_uri_class=mock_storage_service.MockBucketStorageUri.
    Also naming the factory method this way makes it clearer in the test
    code that StorageUri needs to be set up for testing.

    Args, Returns, and Raises are same as for boto.storage_uri(), except there's
    no bucket_storage_uri_class arg.

    Args:
      uri_str: Uri string to create StorageUri for.
      default_scheme: Default scheme for the StorageUri
      debug: debug level to pass to the underlying connection (0..3)
      validate: If True, validate the resource that the StorageUri refers to.

    Returns:
      StorageUri based on the arguments.
    """
    return boto.storage_uri(uri_str, default_scheme, debug, validate,
                            util.GSMockBucketStorageUri)

  def CreateBucket(self, bucket_name=None, test_objects=0, storage_class=None,
                   provider='gs'):
    """Creates a test bucket.

    The bucket and all of its contents will be deleted after the test.

    Args:
      bucket_name: Create the bucket with this name. If not provided, a
                   temporary test bucket name is constructed.
      test_objects: The number of objects that should be placed in the bucket or
                    a list of object names to place in the bucket. Defaults to
                    0.
      storage_class: storage class to use. If not provided we us standard.
      provider: string provider to use, default gs.

    Returns:
      StorageUri for the created bucket.
    """
    bucket_name = bucket_name or self.MakeTempName('bucket')
    bucket_uri = boto.storage_uri(
        '%s://%s' % (provider, bucket_name.lower()),
        suppress_consec_slashes=False,
        bucket_storage_uri_class=util.GSMockBucketStorageUri)
    bucket_uri.create_bucket(storage_class=storage_class)
    self.bucket_uris.append(bucket_uri)
    try:
      iter(test_objects)
    except TypeError:
      test_objects = [self.MakeTempName('obj') for _ in range(test_objects)]
    for i, name in enumerate(test_objects):
      self.CreateObject(bucket_uri=bucket_uri, object_name=name,
                        contents='test %d' % i)
    return bucket_uri

  def CreateObject(self, bucket_uri=None, object_name=None, contents=None):
    """Creates a test object.

    Args:
      bucket_uri: The URI of the bucket to place the object in. If not
                  specified, a new temporary bucket is created.
      object_name: The name to use for the object. If not specified, a temporary
                   test object name is constructed.
      contents: The contents to write to the object. If not specified, the key
                is not written to, which means that it isn't actually created
                yet on the server.

    Returns:
      A StorageUri for the created object.
    """
    bucket_uri = bucket_uri or self.CreateBucket()
    object_name = object_name or self.MakeTempName('obj')
    key_uri = bucket_uri.clone_replace_name(object_name)
    if contents is not None:
      key_uri.set_contents_from_string(contents)
    return key_uri