Module pdoc.test

Unit tests for pdoc package.

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"""
Unit tests for pdoc package.
"""
import enum
import inspect
import os
import shutil
import signal
import sys
import threading
import unittest
import warnings
from contextlib import contextmanager, redirect_stderr, redirect_stdout
from functools import wraps
from glob import glob
from io import StringIO
from itertools import chain
from random import randint
from tempfile import TemporaryDirectory
from time import sleep
from unittest.mock import patch
from urllib.error import HTTPError
from urllib.request import Request, urlopen

import typing

import pdoc
from pdoc import cli
from pdoc.html_helpers import (
    minify_css, minify_html, glimpse, to_html,
    ReferenceWarning, extract_toc, format_git_link,
)

TESTS_BASEDIR = os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(__file__) or '.')
EXAMPLE_MODULE = 'example_pkg'

sys.path.insert(0, TESTS_BASEDIR)


@contextmanager
def temp_dir():
    with TemporaryDirectory(prefix='pdoc-test-') as path:
        yield path


@contextmanager
def chdir(path):
    old = os.getcwd()
    try:
        os.chdir(path)
        yield
    finally:
        os.chdir(old)


def run(*args, _check=True, **kwargs) -> int:
    params = (('--' + key.replace('_', '-'), value)
              for key, value in kwargs.items())
    params = list(filter(None, chain.from_iterable(params)))  # type: ignore
    _args = cli.parser.parse_args([*params, *args])           # type: ignore
    try:
        returncode = cli.main(_args)
        return returncode or 0
    except SystemExit as e:
        return e.code


@contextmanager
def run_html(*args, **kwargs):
    with temp_dir() as path, \
            redirect_streams():
        run(*args, html=None, output_dir=path, **kwargs)
        with chdir(path):
            yield


@contextmanager
def redirect_streams():
    stdout, stderr = StringIO(), StringIO()
    with redirect_stderr(stderr), redirect_stdout(stdout):
        yield stdout, stderr


def ignore_warnings(func):
    @wraps(func)
    def wrapper(*args, **kwargs):
        with warnings.catch_warnings():
            warnings.simplefilter('ignore')
            func(*args, **kwargs)
    return wrapper


class CliTest(unittest.TestCase):
    """
    Command-line interface unit tests.
    """
    ALL_FILES = [
        'example_pkg',
        'example_pkg/index.html',
        'example_pkg/index.m.html',
        'example_pkg/module.html',
        'example_pkg/_private',
        'example_pkg/_private/index.html',
        'example_pkg/_private/module.html',
        'example_pkg/subpkg',
        'example_pkg/subpkg/_private.html',
        'example_pkg/subpkg/index.html',
        'example_pkg/subpkg2',
        'example_pkg/subpkg2/_private.html',
        'example_pkg/subpkg2/module.html',
        'example_pkg/subpkg2/index.html',
    ]
    PUBLIC_FILES = [f for f in ALL_FILES if '/_' not in f]

    if os.name == 'nt':
        ALL_FILES = [i.replace('/', '\\') for i in ALL_FILES]
        PUBLIC_FILES = [i.replace('/', '\\') for i in PUBLIC_FILES]

    def setUp(self):
        pdoc.reset()

    def _basic_html_assertions(self, expected_files=PUBLIC_FILES):
        # Output directory tree layout is as expected
        files = glob('**', recursive=True)
        self.assertEqual(sorted(files), sorted(expected_files))

    def _check_files(self, include_patterns=(), exclude_patterns=(), file_pattern='**/*.html'):
        files = glob(file_pattern, recursive=True)
        assert files
        for file in files:
            with open(file) as f:
                contents = f.read()
                for pattern in include_patterns:
                    self.assertIn(pattern, contents)
                for pattern in exclude_patterns:
                    self.assertNotIn(pattern, contents)

    def test_html(self):
        include_patterns = [
            'a=<object',
            'CONST docstring',
            'var docstring',
            'foreign_var',
            'foreign var docstring',
            'A',
            'A.overridden docstring',
            'A.overridden_same_docstring docstring',
            'A.inherited',
            'B docstring',
            'B.overridden docstring',
            'builtins.int',
            'External refs: ',
            '>sys.version<',
            'B.CONST docstring',
            'B.var docstring',
            'b=1',
            '*args',
            '**kwargs',
            'x, y, z, w',
            'instance_var',
            'instance var docstring',
            'B.f docstring',
            'B.static docstring',
            'B.cls docstring',
            'B.p docstring',
            'B.C docstring',
            'B.overridden docstring',

            '<code>__init__</code> docstring',
            ' class="ident">static',
        ]
        exclude_patterns = [
            '<object ',
            ' class="ident">_private',
            ' class="ident">_Private',
            'non_callable_routine',
        ]
        package_files = {
            '': self.PUBLIC_FILES,
            '.subpkg2': [f for f in self.PUBLIC_FILES
                         if 'subpkg2' in f or f == EXAMPLE_MODULE],
            '._private': [f for f in self.ALL_FILES
                          if EXAMPLE_MODULE + '/_private' in f or f == EXAMPLE_MODULE],
        }
        for package, expected_files in package_files.items():
            with self.subTest(package=package):
                with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE + package,
                              '--config', 'show_type_annotations=False',
                              config='show_source_code=False'):
                    self._basic_html_assertions(expected_files)
                    self._check_files(include_patterns, exclude_patterns)

        filenames_files = {
            ('module.py',): ['module.html'],
            ('module.py', 'subpkg2'): ['module.html', 'subpkg2',
                                       'subpkg2/index.html', 'subpkg2/module.html'],
        }
        with chdir(TESTS_BASEDIR):
            for filenames, expected_files in filenames_files.items():
                with self.subTest(filename=','.join(filenames)):
                    with run_html(*(os.path.join(EXAMPLE_MODULE, f) for f in filenames),
                                  '--config', 'show_type_annotations=False',
                                  config='show_source_code=False'):
                        self._basic_html_assertions(expected_files)
                        self._check_files(include_patterns, exclude_patterns)

    def test_html_multiple_files(self):
        with chdir(TESTS_BASEDIR):
            with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE + '/module.py', EXAMPLE_MODULE + '/subpkg2'):
                self._basic_html_assertions(
                    ['module.html', 'subpkg2', 'subpkg2/index.html', 'subpkg2/module.html'])

    def test_html_identifier(self):
        for package in ('', '._private'):
            with self.subTest(package=package), \
                    self.assertWarns(UserWarning) as cm:
                with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE + package, filter='A',
                              config='show_source_code=False'):
                    self._check_files(['A'], ['CONST', 'B docstring'])
        self.assertIn('__pdoc__', cm.warning.args[0])

    def test_html_ref_links(self):
        with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, config='show_source_code=False'):
            self._check_files(
                file_pattern=EXAMPLE_MODULE + '/index.html',
                include_patterns=[
                    'href="#example_pkg.B">',
                    'href="#example_pkg.A">',
                ],
            )

    def test_docformat(self):
        with self.assertWarns(UserWarning) as cm,\
                run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, config='docformat="restructuredtext"'):
            self._basic_html_assertions()
        self.assertIn('numpy', cm.warning.args[0])

    def test_html_no_source(self):
        with self.assertWarns(DeprecationWarning),\
                run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, html_no_source=None):
            self._basic_html_assertions()
            self._check_files(exclude_patterns=['class="source"', 'Hidden'])

    def test_force(self):
        with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE):
            with redirect_streams() as (stdout, stderr):
                returncode = run(EXAMPLE_MODULE, _check=False, html=None, output_dir=os.getcwd())
                self.assertNotEqual(returncode, 0)
                self.assertNotEqual(stderr.getvalue(), '')

            with redirect_streams() as (stdout, stderr):
                returncode = run(EXAMPLE_MODULE, html=None, force=None, output_dir=os.getcwd())
                self.assertEqual(returncode, 0)
                self.assertEqual(stderr.getvalue(), '')

    def test_external_links(self):
        with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE):
            self._basic_html_assertions()
            self._check_files(exclude_patterns=['<a href="/sys.version.ext"'])

        with self.assertWarns(DeprecationWarning),\
                run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, external_links=None):
            self._basic_html_assertions()
            self._check_files(['<a title="sys.version" href="/sys.version.ext"'])

    def test_template_dir(self):
        old_tpl_dirs = pdoc.tpl_lookup.directories.copy()
        # Prevent loading incorrect template cached from prev runs
        pdoc.tpl_lookup._collection.clear()
        try:
            with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, template_dir=TESTS_BASEDIR):
                self._basic_html_assertions()
                self._check_files(['FOOBAR', '/* Empty CSS */'], ['coding: utf-8'])
        finally:
            pdoc.tpl_lookup.directories = old_tpl_dirs
            pdoc.tpl_lookup._collection.clear()

    def test_link_prefix(self):
        with self.assertWarns(DeprecationWarning),\
                run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, link_prefix='/foobar/'):
            self._basic_html_assertions()
            self._check_files(['/foobar/' + EXAMPLE_MODULE])

    def test_text(self):
        include_patterns = [
            'object_as_arg_default(*args, a=<object ',
            'CONST docstring',
            'var docstring',
            'foreign_var',
            'foreign var docstring',
            'A',
            'A.overridden docstring',
            'A.overridden_same_docstring docstring',
            'A.inherited',
            'B docstring',
            'B.overridden docstring',
            'builtins.int',
            'External refs: ',
            'sys.version',
            'B.CONST docstring',
            'B.var docstring',
            'x, y, z, w',
            '`__init__` docstring',
            'instance_var',
            'instance var docstring',
            'b=1',
            '*args',
            '**kwargs',
            'B.f docstring',
            'B.static docstring',
            'B.cls docstring',
            'B.p docstring',
            'C',
            'B.overridden docstring',
        ]
        exclude_patterns = [
            '_private',
            '_Private',
            'subprocess',
            'Hidden',
            'non_callable_routine',
        ]

        with self.subTest(package=EXAMPLE_MODULE):
            with redirect_streams() as (stdout, _):
                run(EXAMPLE_MODULE, config='show_type_annotations=False')
                out = stdout.getvalue()

            header = 'Module {}\n{:=<{}}'.format(EXAMPLE_MODULE, '',
                                                 len('Module ') + len(EXAMPLE_MODULE))
            self.assertIn(header, out)
            for pattern in include_patterns:
                self.assertIn(pattern, out)
            for pattern in exclude_patterns:
                self.assertNotIn(pattern, out)

        with chdir(TESTS_BASEDIR):
            for files in (('module.py',),
                          ('module.py', 'subpkg2')):
                with self.subTest(filename=','.join(files)):
                    with redirect_streams() as (stdout, _):
                        run(*(os.path.join(EXAMPLE_MODULE, f) for f in files))
                        out = stdout.getvalue()
                    for f in files:
                        header = 'Module {}\n'.format(os.path.splitext(f)[0])
                        self.assertIn(header, out)

    def test_text_identifier(self):
        with redirect_streams() as (stdout, _):
            run(EXAMPLE_MODULE, filter='A')
            out = stdout.getvalue()
        self.assertIn('A', out)
        self.assertIn('### Descendants\n\n    * example_pkg.B', out)
        self.assertNotIn('CONST', out)
        self.assertNotIn('B docstring', out)

    def test_pdf(self):
        with redirect_streams() as (stdout, stderr):
            run('pdoc', pdf=None)
            out = stdout.getvalue()
            err = stderr.getvalue()
        self.assertIn('pdoc3.github.io', out)
        self.assertIn('pandoc', err)

        pdoc_Doc_params = str(inspect.signature(pdoc.Doc.__init__)).replace('self, ', '')
        self.assertIn(pdoc_Doc_params.replace(' ', ''),
                      out.replace('>', '').replace('\n', '').replace(' ', ''))

    def test_config(self):
        with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, config='link_prefix="/foobar/"'):
            self._basic_html_assertions()
            self._check_files(['/foobar/' + EXAMPLE_MODULE])

    def test_output_text(self):
        with temp_dir() as path, \
                redirect_streams():
            run(EXAMPLE_MODULE, output_dir=path)
            with chdir(path):
                self._basic_html_assertions([file.replace('.html', '.md')
                                             for file in self.PUBLIC_FILES])

    def test_google_analytics(self):
        expected = ['google-analytics.com']
        with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE):
            self._check_files((), exclude_patterns=expected)
        with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, config='google_analytics="UA-xxxxxx-y"'):
            self._check_files(expected)

    def test_relative_dir_path(self):
        with chdir(os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE)):
            with run_html('.'):
                self._check_files(())

    def test_skip_errors(self):
        with chdir(os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE, '_skip_errors')),\
                redirect_streams(),\
                self.assertWarns(pdoc.Module.ImportWarning) as cm:
            run('.', skip_errors=None)
        self.assertIn('ZeroDivision', cm.warning.args[0])


class ApiTest(unittest.TestCase):
    """
    Programmatic/API unit tests.
    """

    def setUp(self):
        pdoc.reset()

    def test_module(self):
        modules = {
            EXAMPLE_MODULE: ('', ('index', 'module', 'subpkg', 'subpkg2')),
            EXAMPLE_MODULE + '.subpkg2': ('.subpkg2', ('subpkg2.module',)),
        }
        with chdir(TESTS_BASEDIR):
            for module, (name_suffix, submodules) in modules.items():
                with self.subTest(module=module):
                    m = pdoc.Module(module)
                    self.assertEqual(repr(m), "<Module '{}'>".format(m.obj.__name__))
                    self.assertEqual(m.name, EXAMPLE_MODULE + name_suffix)
                    self.assertEqual(sorted(m.name for m in m.submodules()),
                                     [EXAMPLE_MODULE + '.' + m for m in submodules])

    def test_Module_find_class(self):
        class A:
            __module__ = None

        assert A.__module__ is None
        mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        self.assertIsInstance(mod.find_class(pdoc.Doc), pdoc.Class)
        self.assertIsInstance(mod.find_class(A), pdoc.External)

    def test_import_filename(self):
        with patch.object(sys, 'path', ['']), \
                chdir(os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE)):
            pdoc.import_module('index')

    def test_imported_once(self):
        with chdir(os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE)):
            pdoc.import_module('_imported_once.py')

    def test_namespace(self):
        # Test the three namespace types
        # https://packaging.python.org/guides/packaging-namespace-packages/#creating-a-namespace-package
        for i in range(1, 4):
            path = os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE, '_namespace', str(i))
            with patch.object(sys, 'path', [os.path.join(path, 'a'),
                                            os.path.join(path, 'b')]):
                mod = pdoc.Module('a.main')
                self.assertIn('D', mod.doc)

    def test_module_allsubmodules(self):
        m = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE + '._private')
        self.assertEqual(sorted(m.name for m in m.submodules()),
                         [EXAMPLE_MODULE + '._private.module'])

    def test_instance_var(self):
        pdoc.reset()
        mod = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
        var = mod.doc['B'].doc['instance_var']
        self.assertTrue(var.instance_var)

    def test_readonly_value_descriptors(self):
        pdoc.reset()
        mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc.import_module(EXAMPLE_MODULE))
        var = mod.doc['B'].doc['ro_value_descriptor']
        self.assertIsInstance(var, pdoc.Variable)
        self.assertTrue(var.instance_var)
        self.assertEqual(var.docstring, """ro_value_descriptor docstring""")
        self.assertTrue(var.source)

        var = mod.doc['B'].doc['ro_value_descriptor_no_doc']
        self.assertIsInstance(var, pdoc.Variable)
        self.assertTrue(var.instance_var)
        self.assertEqual(var.docstring, """Read-only value descriptor""")
        self.assertTrue(var.source)

    def test_class_variables_docstring_not_from_obj(self):
        class C:
            vars_dont = 0
            but_clss_have_doc = int

        with self.assertWarns(UserWarning):
            doc = pdoc.Class('C', pdoc.Module('pdoc'), C)
        self.assertEqual(doc.doc['vars_dont'].docstring, '')
        self.assertIn('integer', doc.doc['but_clss_have_doc'].docstring)

    def test_builtin_methoddescriptors(self):
        import parser
        with self.assertWarns(UserWarning):
            c = pdoc.Class('STType', pdoc.Module(parser), parser.STType)
        self.assertIsInstance(c.doc['compile'], pdoc.Function)

    def test_refname(self):
        mod = EXAMPLE_MODULE + '.' + 'subpkg'
        module = pdoc.Module(mod)
        var = module.doc['var']
        cls = module.doc['B']
        nested_cls = cls.doc['C']
        cls_var = cls.doc['var']
        method = cls.doc['f']

        self.assertEqual(pdoc.External('foo').refname, 'foo')
        self.assertEqual(module.refname, mod)
        self.assertEqual(var.refname, mod + '.var')
        self.assertEqual(cls.refname, mod + '.B')
        self.assertEqual(nested_cls.refname, mod + '.B.C')
        self.assertEqual(cls_var.refname, mod + '.B.var')
        self.assertEqual(method.refname, mod + '.B.f')

        # Inherited method's refname points to class' implicit copy
        pdoc.link_inheritance()
        self.assertEqual(cls.doc['inherited'].refname, mod + '.B.inherited')

    def test_qualname(self):
        module = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
        var = module.doc['var']
        cls = module.doc['B']
        nested_cls = cls.doc['C']
        cls_var = cls.doc['var']
        method = cls.doc['f']

        self.assertEqual(pdoc.External('foo').qualname, 'foo')
        self.assertEqual(module.qualname, EXAMPLE_MODULE)
        self.assertEqual(var.qualname, 'var')
        self.assertEqual(cls.qualname, 'B')
        self.assertEqual(nested_cls.qualname, 'B.C')
        self.assertEqual(cls_var.qualname, 'B.var')
        self.assertEqual(method.qualname, 'B.f')

    def test__pdoc__dict(self):
        module = pdoc.import_module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'B': False}):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertIn('A', mod.doc)
            self.assertNotIn('B', mod.doc)

        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'B.f': False}):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertIn('B', mod.doc)
            self.assertNotIn('f', mod.doc['B'].doc)
            self.assertIsInstance(mod.find_ident('B.f'), pdoc.External)

        # GH-125: https://github.com/pdoc3/pdoc/issues/125
        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'B.inherited': False}):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertNotIn('inherited', mod.doc['B'].doc)

        # GH-99: https://github.com/pdoc3/pdoc/issues/99
        module = pdoc.import_module(EXAMPLE_MODULE + '._exclude_dir')
        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'downloaded_modules': False}, create=True):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            # GH-206: https://github.com/pdoc3/pdoc/issues/206
            with warnings.catch_warnings(record=True) as cm:
                pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertEqual(cm, [])
            self.assertNotIn('downloaded_modules', mod.doc)

    def test__pdoc__invalid_value(self):
        module = pdoc.import_module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'B': 1}), \
                self.assertRaises(ValueError):
            pdoc.Module(module)
            pdoc.link_inheritance()

    def test__pdoc__whitelist(self):
        module = pdoc.import_module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
        mod = pdoc.Module(module)
        pdoc.link_inheritance()
        self.assertNotIn('__call__', mod.doc['A'].doc)
        self.assertNotIn('_private_function', mod.doc)

        # Override docstring string
        docstring = "Overwrite private function doc"
        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'A.__call__': docstring}):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertEqual(mod.doc['A'].doc['__call__'].docstring, docstring)

        # Module-relative
        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'_private_function': True}):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertIn('Private function', mod.doc['_private_function'].docstring)
            self.assertNotIn('_private_function', mod.doc["subpkg"].doc)

        # Defined in example_pkg, referring to a member of its submodule
        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'subpkg.A.__call__': True}):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertIn('A.__call__', mod.doc['subpkg'].doc['A'].doc['__call__'].docstring)

        # Using full refname
        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'example_pkg.subpkg.A.__call__': True}):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertIn('A.__call__', mod.doc['subpkg'].doc['A'].doc['__call__'].docstring)

        # Entire module, absolute refname
        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'example_pkg._private': True}):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertIn('module', mod.doc['_private'].doc)
            self.assertNotIn('_private', mod.doc['_private'].doc)
            self.assertNotIn('__call__', mod.doc['_private'].doc['module'].doc)

        # Entire module, relative
        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'_private': True}):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertIn('_private', mod.doc)
            self.assertNotIn('_private', mod.doc['_private'].doc)
            self.assertNotIn('__call__', mod.doc['_private'].doc['module'].doc)

        # Private instance variables
        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'B._private_instance_var': True}):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertIn('should be private', mod.doc['B'].doc['_private_instance_var'].docstring)

    def test__all__(self):
        module = pdoc.import_module(EXAMPLE_MODULE + '.index')
        with patch.object(module, '__all__', ['B'], create=True):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            with self.assertWarns(UserWarning):  # Only B is used but __pdoc__ contains others
                pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertEqual(list(mod.doc.keys()), ['B'])

    def test_find_ident(self):
        mod = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
        self.assertIsInstance(mod.find_ident('subpkg'), pdoc.Module)
        mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        self.assertIsInstance(mod.find_ident('subpkg'), pdoc.External)

        self.assertIsInstance(mod.find_ident(EXAMPLE_MODULE + '.subpkg'), pdoc.Module)

        nonexistent = 'foo()'
        result = mod.find_ident(nonexistent)
        self.assertIsInstance(result, pdoc.External)
        self.assertEqual(result.name, nonexistent)

        # Ref by class __init__
        mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        self.assertIs(mod.find_ident('pdoc.Doc.__init__').obj, pdoc.Doc)

    def test_inherits(self):
        module = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
        pdoc.link_inheritance()

        a = module.doc['A']
        b = module.doc['B']
        self.assertEqual(b.doc['inherited'].inherits,
                         a.doc['inherited'])
        self.assertEqual(b.doc['overridden_same_docstring'].inherits,
                         a.doc['overridden_same_docstring'])
        self.assertEqual(b.doc['overridden'].inherits,
                         None)

        c = module.doc['C']
        d = module.doc['D']
        self.assertEqual(d.doc['overridden'].inherits, c.doc['overridden'])
        self.assertEqual(c.doc['overridden'].inherits, b.doc['overridden'])

    def test_inherited_members(self):
        mod = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
        pdoc.link_inheritance()
        a = mod.doc['A']
        b = mod.doc['B']
        self.assertEqual(b.inherited_members(), [(a, [a.doc['inherited'],
                                                      a.doc['overridden_same_docstring']])])
        self.assertEqual(a.inherited_members(), [])

    @ignore_warnings
    def test_subclasses(self):
        class A:
            pass

        class B(type):
            pass

        class C(A):
            pass

        class D(B):
            pass

        class G(C):
            pass

        class F(C):
            pass

        class E(C):
            pass

        mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        self.assertEqual([x.refname for x in pdoc.Class('A', mod, A).subclasses()],
                         [mod.find_class(C).refname])
        self.assertEqual([x.refname for x in pdoc.Class('B', mod, B).subclasses()],
                         [mod.find_class(D).refname])
        self.assertEqual([x.refname for x in pdoc.Class('C', mod, C).subclasses()],
                         [mod.find_class(x).refname for x in (E, F, G)])

    def test_link_inheritance(self):
        mod = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
        with warnings.catch_warnings(record=True) as w:
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
        self.assertFalse(w)

        mod._is_inheritance_linked = False
        with self.assertWarns(UserWarning):
            pdoc.link_inheritance()

        # Test inheritance across modules
        pdoc.reset()
        mod = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE + '._test_linking')
        pdoc.link_inheritance()
        a = mod.doc['a'].doc['A']
        b = mod.doc['b'].doc['B']
        c = mod.doc['b'].doc['c'].doc['C']
        self.assertEqual(b.doc['a'].inherits, a.doc['a'])
        self.assertEqual(b.doc['c'].inherits, c.doc['c'])
        # While classes do inherit from superclasses, they just shouldn't always
        # say so, because public classes do want to be exposed and linked to
        self.assertNotEqual(b.inherits, a)

    def test_context(self):
        context = {}
        pdoc.Module(pdoc, context=context)
        self.assertIn('pdoc', context)
        self.assertIn('pdoc.cli', context)
        self.assertIn('pdoc.cli.main', context)
        self.assertIn('pdoc.Module', context)
        self.assertIsInstance(context['pdoc'], pdoc.Module)
        self.assertIsInstance(context['pdoc.cli'], pdoc.Module)
        self.assertIsInstance(context['pdoc.cli.main'], pdoc.Function)
        self.assertIsInstance(context['pdoc.Module'], pdoc.Class)

        module = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        self.assertIsInstance(module.find_ident('pdoc.Module'), pdoc.Class)
        pdoc.reset()
        self.assertIsInstance(module.find_ident('pdoc.Module'), pdoc.External)

    def test_Function_params(self):
        mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod,
                             lambda a, _a, _b=None: None)
        self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a', '_a'])

        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod,
                             lambda _ok, a, _a, *args, _b=None, c=None, _d=None: None)
        self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['_ok', 'a', '_a', '*args', 'c=None'])

        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod,
                             lambda a, b, *, _c=1: None)
        self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a', 'b'])

        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod,
                             lambda a, *, b, c: None)
        self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a', '*', 'b', 'c'])

        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod,
                             lambda a=os.environ, b=sys.stdout: None)
        self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a=os.environ', 'b=sys.stdout'])

        class Foo(enum.Enum):
            a, b = 1, 2
        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, lambda a=Foo.a: None)
        self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a=Foo.a'])

        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, lambda a=object(): None)
        self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a=<object object>'])

        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, lambda a=object(): None)
        self.assertEqual(func.params(link=lambda x: ''), ['a=&lt;object object&gt;'])

        # typed
        def f(a: int, *b, c: typing.List[pdoc.Doc] = []): pass
        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, f)
        self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a', '*b', "c=[]"])
        self.assertEqual(func.params(annotate=True),
                         ['a:\N{NBSP}int', '*b', "c:\N{NBSP}List[pdoc.Doc]\N{NBSP}=\N{NBSP}[]"])

        # typed, linked
        def link(dobj):
            return '<a href="{}">{}</a>'.format(dobj.url(relative_to=mod), dobj.qualname)

        self.assertEqual(func.params(annotate=True, link=link),
                         ['a:\N{NBSP}int', '*b',
                          "c:\N{NBSP}List[<a href=\"#pdoc.Doc\">Doc</a>]\N{NBSP}=\N{NBSP}[]"])

        # typed, linked, GH-311
        def f(a: typing.Dict[str, pdoc.Doc]): pass

        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, f)
        self.assertEqual(func.params(annotate=True, link=link),
                         ["a:\N{NBSP}Dict[str,\N{NBSP}<a href=\"#pdoc.Doc\">Doc</a>]"])

        # shadowed name
        def f(pdoc: int): pass
        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, f)
        self.assertEqual(func.params(annotate=True, link=link), ['pdoc:\N{NBSP}int'])

        def bug130_str_annotation(a: "str"):
            return

        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Function('bug130', mod, bug130_str_annotation).params(annotate=True),
                         ['a:\N{NBSP}str'])

        # builtin callables with signatures in docstrings
        from itertools import repeat
        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Function('repeat', mod, repeat).params(), ['object', 'times'])
        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Function('slice', mod, slice).params(), ['start', 'stop', 'step'])

        class get_sample(repeat):
            """ get_sample(self: pdoc.int, pos: int) -> Tuple[int, float] """
        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Function('get_sample', mod, get_sample).params(annotate=True),
                         ['self:\xa0int', 'pos:\xa0int'])
        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Function('get_sample', mod, get_sample).return_annotation(),
                         'Tuple[int,\xa0float]')

    @unittest.skipIf(sys.version_info < (3, 8), "positional-only arguments unsupported in < py3.8")
    def test_test_Function_params_python38_specific(self):
        mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, eval("lambda a, /, b: None"))
        self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a', '/', 'b'])

        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, eval("lambda a, /: None"))
        self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a', '/'])

    def test_Function_return_annotation(self):
        import typing

        def f() -> typing.List[typing.Union[str, pdoc.Doc]]: pass
        func = pdoc.Function('f', pdoc.Module(pdoc), f)
        self.assertEqual(func.return_annotation(), 'List[Union[str,\N{NBSP}pdoc.Doc]]')

    @ignore_warnings
    def test_Variable_type_annotation(self):
        import typing

        class Foobar:
            @property
            def prop(self) -> typing.Optional[int]:
                pass

        mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        cls = pdoc.Class('Foobar', mod, Foobar)
        self.assertEqual(cls.doc['prop'].type_annotation(), 'Union[int,\N{NBSP}NoneType]')

    @ignore_warnings
    @unittest.skipIf(sys.version_info < (3, 6), 'variable annotation unsupported in <Py3.6')
    def test_Variable_type_annotation_py36plus(self):
        with temp_dir() as path:
            filename = os.path.join(path, 'module36syntax.py')
            with open(filename, 'w') as f:
                f.write('''
var: str = 'x'
"""dummy"""

class Foo:
    var: int = 3
    """dummy"""

    def __init__(self):
        self.var2: float = 1
        """dummy"""
                ''')
            mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc.import_module(filename))
            self.assertEqual(mod.doc['var'].type_annotation(), 'str')
            self.assertEqual(mod.doc['Foo'].doc['var'].type_annotation(), 'int')
            self.assertIsInstance(mod.doc['Foo'].doc['var2'], pdoc.Variable)
            self.assertEqual(mod.doc['Foo'].doc['var2'].type_annotation(), '')  # Won't fix

            self.assertIn('var: str', mod.text())
            self.assertIn('var: int', mod.text())

    @ignore_warnings
    def test_Class_docstring(self):
        class A:
            """foo"""

        class B:
            def __init__(self):
                """foo"""

        class C:
            """foo"""

            def __init__(self):
                """bar"""

        class D(C):
            """baz"""

        class E(C):
            def __init__(self):
                """baz"""

        mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('A', mod, A).docstring, """foo""")
        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('B', mod, B).docstring, """foo""")
        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('C', mod, C).docstring, """foo\n\nbar""")
        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('D', mod, D).docstring, """baz\n\nbar""")
        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('E', mod, E).docstring, """foo\n\nbaz""")

    @ignore_warnings
    def test_Class_params(self):
        class C:
            def __init__(self, x):
                pass

        mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('C', mod, C).params(), ['x'])
        with patch.dict(mod.obj.__pdoc__, {'C.__init__': False}):
            self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('C', mod, C).params(), [])

        # test case for https://github.com/pdoc3/pdoc/issues/124
        class C2:
            __signature__ = inspect.signature(lambda a, b, c=None, *, d=1, e: None)

        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('C2', mod, C2).params(), ['a', 'b', 'c=None', '*', 'd=1', 'e'])

    def test_url(self):
        mod = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
        pdoc.link_inheritance()

        c = mod.doc['D']
        self.assertEqual(c.url(), 'example_pkg/index.html#example_pkg.D')
        self.assertEqual(c.url(link_prefix='/'), '/example_pkg/index.html#example_pkg.D')
        self.assertEqual(c.url(relative_to=c.module), '#example_pkg.D')
        self.assertEqual(c.url(top_ancestor=True), c.url())  # Public classes do link to themselves

        f = c.doc['overridden']
        self.assertEqual(f.url(), 'example_pkg/index.html#example_pkg.D.overridden')
        self.assertEqual(f.url(link_prefix='/'), '/example_pkg/index.html#example_pkg.D.overridden')
        self.assertEqual(f.url(relative_to=c.module), '#example_pkg.D.overridden')
        self.assertEqual(f.url(top_ancestor=1), 'example_pkg/index.html#example_pkg.B.overridden')

    @unittest.skipIf(sys.version_info < (3, 6), reason="only deterministic on CPython 3.6+")
    def test_sorting(self):
        module = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)

        sorted_variables = module.variables()
        unsorted_variables = module.variables(sort=False)
        self.assertNotEqual(sorted_variables, unsorted_variables)
        self.assertEqual(sorted_variables, sorted(unsorted_variables))

        sorted_functions = module.functions()
        unsorted_functions = module.functions(sort=False)
        self.assertNotEqual(sorted_functions, unsorted_functions)
        self.assertEqual(sorted_functions, sorted(unsorted_functions))

        sorted_classes = module.classes()
        unsorted_classes = module.classes(sort=False)
        self.assertNotEqual(sorted_classes, unsorted_classes)
        self.assertEqual(sorted_classes, sorted(unsorted_classes))

        cls = module.doc["Docformats"]

        sorted_methods = cls.methods()
        unsorted_methods = cls.methods(sort=False)
        self.assertNotEqual(sorted_methods, unsorted_methods)
        self.assertEqual(sorted_methods, sorted(unsorted_methods))

    def test_module_init(self):
        mod = pdoc.Module('pdoc.__init__')
        self.assertEqual(mod.name, 'pdoc')
        self.assertIn('Module', mod.doc)


class HtmlHelpersTest(unittest.TestCase):
    """
    Unit tests for helper functions for producing HTML.
    """

    def test_minify_css(self):
        css = 'a { color: white; } /*comment*/ b {;}'
        minified = minify_css(css)
        self.assertNotIn(' ', minified)
        self.assertNotIn(';}', minified)
        self.assertNotIn('*', minified)

    def test_minify_html(self):
        html = '  <p>   a   </p>    <pre>    a\n    b</pre>    c   \n    d   '
        expected = '\n<p>\na\n</p>\n<pre>    a\n    b</pre>\nc\nd\n'
        minified = minify_html(html)
        self.assertEqual(minified, expected)

    def test_glimpse(self):
        text = 'foo bar\n\nbaz'
        self.assertEqual(glimpse(text), 'foo bar …')
        self.assertEqual(glimpse(text, max_length=8, paragraph=False), 'foo …')
        self.assertEqual(glimpse('Foo bar\n-------'), 'Foo bar')

    def test_to_html(self):
        text = '''# Title

`pdoc.Module` is a `Doc`, not `dict`.

ref with underscore: `_x_x_`

```
code block
```
reference: `package.foo`
'''
        expected = '''<h1 id="title">Title</h1>
<p><code><a href="#pdoc.Module">Module</a></code> is a <code><a href="#pdoc.Doc">Doc</a></code>,\
 not <code>dict</code>.</p>
<p>ref with underscore: <code><a href="#pdoc._x_x_">_x_x_</a></code></p>
<pre><code>code block
</code></pre>

<p>reference: <code><a href="/package.foo.ext">package.foo</a></code></p>'''

        module = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        module.doc['_x_x_'] = pdoc.Variable('_x_x_', module, '')

        def link(dobj):
            return '<a href="{}">{}</a>'.format(dobj.url(relative_to=module), dobj.qualname)

        html = to_html(text, module=module, link=link)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)

        self.assertEqual(to_html('`pdoc.Doc.url()`', module=module, link=link),
                         '<p><code><a href="#pdoc.Doc.url">Doc.url</a></code></p>')

        self.assertEqual(to_html('`foo.f()`', module=module, link=link),
                         '<p><code><a href="/foo.f().ext">foo.f()</a></code></p>')

    def test_to_html_refname(self):
        text = '''
[`pdoc` x][pdoc] `pdoc`
[x `pdoc`][pdoc] `[pdoc]()`

`__x__`

[`pdoc`](#)
[``pdoc` ``](#)
[```pdoc```](#)

```
pdoc
```

[pdoc]: #pdoc
'''
        expected = '''\
<p><a href="#pdoc"><code>pdoc</code> x</a> <code><a>pdoc</a></code>
<a href="#pdoc">x <code>pdoc</code></a> <code>[<a>pdoc</a>]()</code></p>
<p><code>__x__</code></p>
<p><a href="#"><code>pdoc</code></a>
<a href="#"><code>pdoc`</code></a>
<a href="#"><code>pdoc</code></a></p>
<pre><code>pdoc
</code></pre>\
'''

        def link(dobj):
            return '<a>{}</a>'.format(dobj.qualname)

        html = to_html(text, module=pdoc.Module(pdoc), link=link)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)

    def test_to_html_refname_warning(self):
        mod = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)

        def f():
            """Reference to some `example_pkg.nonexisting` object"""

        mod.doc['__f'] = pdoc.Function('__f', mod, f)
        with self.assertWarns(ReferenceWarning) as cm:
            mod.html()
        del mod.doc['__f']
        self.assertIn('example_pkg.nonexisting', cm.warning.args[0])

    def test_extract_toc(self):
        text = '''xxx

# Title

>>> # doctests skipped
# doctest output, skipped

## Subtitle

```
>>> # code skipped
# skipped
```

# Title 2

```
>>> # code skipped
# skipped
```

## Subtitle 2
'''
        expected = '''<div class="toc">
<ul>
<li><a href="#title">Title</a><ul>
<li><a href="#subtitle">Subtitle</a></li>
</ul>
</li>
<li><a href="#title-2">Title 2</a><ul>
<li><a href="#subtitle-2">Subtitle 2</a></li>
</ul>
</li>
</ul>
</div>'''
        toc = extract_toc(text)
        self.assertEqual(toc, expected)

    @unittest.skipIf(shutil.which("git") is None or not os.path.exists('.git'),
                     "git not installed or we're not within git repo")
    def test_format_git_link(self):
        url = format_git_link(
            template='https://github.com/pdoc3/pdoc/blob/{commit}/{path}#L{start_line}-L{end_line}',
            dobj=pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE).find_ident('module.foo'),
        )
        self.assertIsInstance(url, str)
        self.assertRegex(url, r"https://github.com/pdoc3/pdoc/blob/[0-9a-f]{40}"
                              r"/pdoc/test/example_pkg/module.py#L\d+-L\d+")


class Docformats(unittest.TestCase):
    @classmethod
    def setUpClass(cls):
        cls._module = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        cls._docmodule = pdoc.import_module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)

    @staticmethod
    def _link(dobj, *args, **kwargs):
        return '<a>{}</a>'.format(dobj.refname)

    def test_numpy(self):
        expected = '''<p>Summary line.</p>
<p><strong>Documentation</strong>: <a href="https://pdoc3.github.io/pdoc/doc/pdoc/">https://pdoc3.github.io/pdoc/doc/pdoc/</a>
<strong>Source Code</strong>: <a href="https://github.com/pdoc3/">https://github.com/pdoc3/</a></p>
<h2 id="parameters">Parameters</h2>
<dl>
<dt><strong><code>x1</code></strong>, <strong><code>x2</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>array_like</code></dt>
<dd>
<p>Input arrays,
description of <code>x1</code>, <code>x2</code>.</p>
<div class="admonition versionadded">
<p class="admonition-title">Added in version:&ensp;1.5.0</p>
</div>
</dd>
<dt><strong><code>x</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>{ NoneType, 'B', 'C' }</code>, optional</dt>
<dd>&nbsp;</dd>
<dt><strong><code>n</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>int</code> or <code>list</code> of <code>int</code></dt>
<dd>Description of num</dd>
<dt><strong><code>*args</code></strong>, <strong><code>**kwargs</code></strong></dt>
<dd>Passed on.</dd>
<dt><strong><code>complex</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>Union[Set[<a>pdoc.Doc</a>, <a>pdoc.Function</a>], <a>pdoc</a>]</code></dt>
<dd>The <code>List[<a>pdoc.Doc</a>]</code>s of the new signal.</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="returns">Returns</h2>
<dl>
<dt><strong><code>output</code></strong> :&ensp;<code><a>pdoc.Doc</a></code></dt>
<dd>The output array</dd>
<dt><code>List[<a>pdoc.Doc</a>]</code></dt>
<dd>The output array</dd>
<dt><code>foo</code></dt>
<dd>&nbsp;</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="raises">Raises</h2>
<dl>
<dt><code>TypeError</code></dt>
<dd>When something.</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="raises_1">Raises</h2>
<dl>
<dt><code>TypeError</code></dt>
<dd>&nbsp;</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="returns_1">Returns</h2>
<p>None.</p>
<h2 id="invalid">Invalid</h2>
<p>no match</p>
<h2 id="see-also">See Also</h2>
<p><code>fromstring</code>, <code>loadtxt</code></p>
<h2 id="see-also_1">See Also</h2>
<dl>
<dt><code><a>pdoc.text</a></code></dt>
<dd>Function a with its description.</dd>
<dt><code><a>scipy.random.norm</a></code></dt>
<dd>Random variates, PDFs, etc.</dd>
<dt><code><a>pdoc.Doc</a></code></dt>
<dd>A class description that spans several lines.</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="notes">Notes</h2>
<p>Foo bar.</p>
<h3 id="h3-title">H3 Title</h3>
<p>Foo bar.</p>'''  # noqa: E501
        text = inspect.getdoc(self._docmodule.numpy)
        html = to_html(text, module=self._module, link=self._link)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)

    def test_numpy_curly_brace_expansion(self):
        # See: https://github.com/mwaskom/seaborn/blob/66191d8a179f1bfa42f03749bc4a07e1c0c08156/seaborn/regression.py#L514  # noqa: 501
        text = '''Parameters
----------
prefix_{x,y}_partial : str
    some description
'''
        expected = '''<h2 id="parameters">Parameters</h2>
<dl>
<dt><strong><code>prefix_{x,y}_partial</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>str</code></dt>
<dd>some description</dd>
</dl>'''
        html = to_html(text, module=self._module, link=self._link)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)

    def test_google(self):
        expected = '''<p>Summary line.
Nomatch:</p>
<h2 id="args">Args</h2>
<dl>
<dt><strong><code>arg1</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>str</code>, optional</dt>
<dd>Text1</dd>
<dt><strong><code>arg2</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>List[str]</code>, optional,\
 default=<code>10</code></dt>
<dd>Text2</dd>
<dt><strong><code>data</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>array-like object</code></dt>
<dd>foo</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="args_1">Args</h2>
<dl>
<dt><strong><code>arg1</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>int</code></dt>
<dd>Description of arg1</dd>
<dt><strong><code>arg2</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>str</code> or <code>int</code></dt>
<dd>Description of arg2</dd>
<dt><strong><code>test_sequence</code></strong></dt>
<dd>
<p>2-dim numpy array of real numbers, size: N * D
- the test observation sequence.</p>
<pre><code>test_sequence =
code
</code></pre>
<p>Continue.</p>
</dd>
<dt><strong><code>*args</code></strong></dt>
<dd>passed around</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="returns">Returns</h2>
<dl>
<dt><code>issue_10</code></dt>
<dd>description didn't work across multiple lines
if only a single item was listed. <code><a>inspect.cleandoc()</a></code>
somehow stripped the required extra indentation.</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="returns_1">Returns</h2>
<p>A very special number
which is the answer of everything.</p>
<h2 id="returns_2">Returns</h2>
<dl>
<dt><code>Dict[int, <a>pdoc.Doc</a>]</code></dt>
<dd>Description.</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="raises">Raises</h2>
<dl>
<dt><code>AttributeError</code></dt>
<dd>
<p>The <code>Raises</code> section is a list of all exceptions
that are relevant to the interface.</p>
<p>and a third line.</p>
</dd>
<dt><code>ValueError</code></dt>
<dd>If <code>arg2</code> is equal to <code>arg1</code>.</dd>
</dl>
<p>Test a title without a blank line before it.</p>
<h2 id="args_2">Args</h2>
<dl>
<dt><strong><code>A</code></strong></dt>
<dd>a</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="examples">Examples</h2>
<p>Examples in doctest format.</p>
<pre><code class="python">&gt;&gt;&gt; a = [1,2,3]
</code></pre>

<h2 id="todos">Todos</h2>
<ul>
<li>For module TODOs</li>
</ul>'''
        text = inspect.getdoc(self._docmodule.google)
        html = to_html(text, module=self._module, link=self._link)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)

    def test_doctests(self):
        expected = '''<p>Need an intro paragrapgh.</p>
<pre><code>&gt;&gt;&gt; Then code is indented one level
line1
line2
</code></pre>
<p>Alternatively</p>
<pre><code>&gt;&gt;&gt; doctest
fenced code works
always
</code></pre>

<h2 id="examples">Examples</h2>
<pre><code class="python">&gt;&gt;&gt; nbytes(100)
'100.0 bytes'
line2
</code></pre>

<p>some text</p>
<p>some text</p>
<pre><code class="python">&gt;&gt;&gt; another doctest
line1
line2
</code></pre>

<h2 id="example">Example</h2>
<pre><code class="python">&gt;&gt;&gt; f()
Traceback (most recent call last):
    ...
Exception: something went wrong
</code></pre>'''
        text = inspect.getdoc(self._docmodule.doctests)
        html = to_html(text, module=self._module, link=self._link)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)

    def test_reST_directives(self):
        expected = '''<div class="admonition todo">
<p class="admonition-title">TODO</p>
<p>Create something.</p>
</div>
<div class="admonition admonition">
<p class="admonition-title">Example</p>
<p>Image shows something.</p>
<p><img alt="" src="https://www.debian.org/logos/openlogo-nd-100.png"></p>
<div class="admonition note">
<p class="admonition-title">Note</p>
<p>Can only nest admonitions two levels.</p>
</div>
</div>
<p><img alt="" src="https://www.debian.org/logos/openlogo-nd-100.png"></p>
<p>Now you know.</p>
<div class="admonition warning">
<p class="admonition-title">Warning</p>
<p>Some warning
lines.</p>
</div>
<ul>
<li>
<p>Describe some func in a list
  across multiple lines:</p>
<div class="admonition deprecated">
<p class="admonition-title">Deprecated since version:&ensp;3.1</p>
<p>Use <code>spam</code> instead.</p>
</div>
<div class="admonition versionadded">
<p class="admonition-title">Added in version:&ensp;2.5</p>
<p>The <em>spam</em> parameter.</p>
</div>
</li>
</ul>
<div class="admonition caution">
<p class="admonition-title">Caution</p>
<p>Don't touch this!</p>
</div>'''
        text = inspect.getdoc(self._docmodule.reST_directives)
        html = to_html(text, module=self._module, link=self._link)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)

    def test_reST_include(self):
        expected = '''<pre><code class="python">    x = 2
</code></pre>

<p>1
x = 2
x = 3
x =</p>'''
        mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc.import_module(
            os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE, '_reST_include', 'test.py')))
        html = to_html(mod.docstring, module=mod)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)

        # Ensure includes are resolved within docstrings already,
        # e.g. for `pdoc.html_helpers.extract_toc()` to work
        self.assertIn('Command-line interface',
                      pdoc.Module(pdoc).docstring)

    def test_urls(self):
        text = """Beautiful Soup
<a href="https://travis-ci.org/cs01/pygdbmi"><img src="https://foo" /></a>
<https://foo.bar>
Work [like this](http://foo/) and [like that].
[like that]: ftp://bar
data:text/plain;base64,SGVsbG8sIFdvcmxkIQ%3D%3D
```
http://url.com
```
[https://google.com](https://google.com)
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(software)](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(software))
[Check https://google.com here](https://google.com)
`https://google.com`

http://www.foo.bar
http://www.foo.bar?q="foo"
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(software)
(https://google.com)
(http://foo and http://bar)
text ``x ` http://foo`` http://bar `http://foo`
"""

        expected = """<p>Beautiful Soup
<a href="https://travis-ci.org/cs01/pygdbmi"><img src="https://foo" /></a>
<a href="https://foo.bar">https://foo.bar</a>
Work <a href="http://foo/">like this</a> and <a href="ftp://bar">like that</a>.</p>
<p>data:text/plain;base64,SGVsbG8sIFdvcmxkIQ%3D%3D</p>
<pre><code>http://url.com
</code></pre>

<p><a href="https://google.com">https://google.com</a>
<a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(software)">\
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(software)</a>
<a href="https://google.com">Check https://google.com here</a>
<code>https://google.com</code></p>
<p><a href="http://www.foo.bar">http://www.foo.bar</a>
<a href="http://www.foo.bar?q=&quot;foo&quot;">http://www.foo.bar?q="foo"</a>
<a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(software)">\
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(software)</a>
(<a href="https://google.com">https://google.com</a>)
(<a href="http://foo">http://foo</a> and <a href="http://bar">http://bar</a>)
text <code>x ` http://foo</code> <a href="http://bar">http://bar</a> <code>http://foo</code></p>"""

        html = to_html(text)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)

    def test_latex_math(self):
        expected = r'''<p>Inline equation: <span><span class="MathJax_Preview"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] &lt; 3 </span><script type="math/tex"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] < 3 </script></span>.</p>
<p>Block equation: <span><span class="MathJax_Preview"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] &lt; 3 </span><script type="math/tex; mode=display"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] < 3 </script></span></p>
<p>Block equation: <span><span class="MathJax_Preview"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] &lt; 3 </span><script type="math/tex; mode=display"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] < 3 </script></span></p>
<p><span><span class="MathJax_Preview"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] &lt; 3 </span><script type="math/tex; mode=display"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] < 3 </script></span></p>'''  # noqa: E501
        text = inspect.getdoc(self._docmodule.latex_math)
        html = to_html(text, module=self._module, link=self._link, latex_math=True)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)

    def test_fenced_code(self):
        # GH-207
        text = '''\
```
cmd `pwd`
```
'''
        expected = '''<pre><code>cmd `pwd`\n</code></pre>'''
        html = to_html(text, module=self._module)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)


@unittest.skipIf('win' in sys.platform, "signal.SIGALRM doesn't work on Windos")
class HttpTest(unittest.TestCase):
    """
    Unit tests for the HTTP server functionality.
    """
    @contextmanager
    def _timeout(self, secs):
        def _raise(*_):
            raise TimeoutError

        signal.signal(signal.SIGALRM, _raise)
        signal.alarm(secs)
        yield
        signal.alarm(0)

    @contextmanager
    def _http(self, modules: list):
        port = randint(9000, 12000)

        with self._timeout(1000):
            with redirect_streams() as (stdout, stderr):
                t = threading.Thread(
                    target=cli.main,
                    args=(cli.parser.parse_args(['--http', ':%d' % port] + modules),))
                t.start()
                sleep(.1)

                if not t.is_alive():
                    sys.__stderr__.write(stderr.getvalue())
                    raise AssertionError

                try:
                    yield 'http://localhost:{}/'.format(port)
                except Exception:
                    sys.__stderr__.write(stderr.getvalue())
                    sys.__stdout__.write(stdout.getvalue())
                    raise
                finally:
                    pdoc.cli._httpd.shutdown()  # type: ignore
                    t.join()

    def test_http(self):
        with self._http(['pdoc', os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE)]) as url:
            with self.subTest(url='/'):
                with urlopen(url, timeout=3) as resp:
                    html = resp.read()
                    self.assertIn(b'Python package <code>pdoc</code>', html)
                    self.assertNotIn(b'gzip', html)
            with self.subTest(url='/' + EXAMPLE_MODULE):
                with urlopen(url + 'pdoc', timeout=3) as resp:
                    html = resp.read()
                    self.assertIn(b'__pdoc__', html)
            with self.subTest(url='/csv.ext'):
                with urlopen(url + 'csv.ext', timeout=3) as resp:
                    html = resp.read()
                    self.assertIn(b'DictReader', html)

    def test_file(self):
        with chdir(os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE)):
            with self._http(['_relative_import']) as url:
                with urlopen(url, timeout=3) as resp:
                    html = resp.read()
                    self.assertIn(b'<a href="/_relative_import">', html)

    def test_head(self):
        with self._http(['pdoc']) as url:
            with urlopen(Request(url + 'pdoc/',
                                 method='HEAD',
                                 headers={'If-None-Match': 'xxx'})) as resp:
                self.assertEqual(resp.status, 205)
            with self.assertRaises(HTTPError) as cm:
                urlopen(Request(url + 'pdoc/',
                                method='HEAD',
                                headers={'If-None-Match': str(os.stat(pdoc.__file__).st_mtime)}))
            self.assertEqual(cm.exception.code, 304)


if __name__ == '__main__':
    unittest.main()

Sub-modules

pdoc.test.example_pkg

Module docstring

Functions

def chdir(path)
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@contextmanager
def chdir(path):
    old = os.getcwd()
    try:
        os.chdir(path)
        yield
    finally:
        os.chdir(old)
def ignore_warnings(func)
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def ignore_warnings(func):
    @wraps(func)
    def wrapper(*args, **kwargs):
        with warnings.catch_warnings():
            warnings.simplefilter('ignore')
            func(*args, **kwargs)
    return wrapper
def redirect_streams()
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@contextmanager
def redirect_streams():
    stdout, stderr = StringIO(), StringIO()
    with redirect_stderr(stderr), redirect_stdout(stdout):
        yield stdout, stderr
def run(*args, **kwargs) ‑> int
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def run(*args, _check=True, **kwargs) -> int:
    params = (('--' + key.replace('_', '-'), value)
              for key, value in kwargs.items())
    params = list(filter(None, chain.from_iterable(params)))  # type: ignore
    _args = cli.parser.parse_args([*params, *args])           # type: ignore
    try:
        returncode = cli.main(_args)
        return returncode or 0
    except SystemExit as e:
        return e.code
def run_html(*args, **kwargs)
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@contextmanager
def run_html(*args, **kwargs):
    with temp_dir() as path, \
            redirect_streams():
        run(*args, html=None, output_dir=path, **kwargs)
        with chdir(path):
            yield
def temp_dir()
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@contextmanager
def temp_dir():
    with TemporaryDirectory(prefix='pdoc-test-') as path:
        yield path

Classes

class ApiTest (methodName='runTest')

Programmatic/API unit tests.

Create an instance of the class that will use the named test method when executed. Raises a ValueError if the instance does not have a method with the specified name.

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class ApiTest(unittest.TestCase):
    """
    Programmatic/API unit tests.
    """

    def setUp(self):
        pdoc.reset()

    def test_module(self):
        modules = {
            EXAMPLE_MODULE: ('', ('index', 'module', 'subpkg', 'subpkg2')),
            EXAMPLE_MODULE + '.subpkg2': ('.subpkg2', ('subpkg2.module',)),
        }
        with chdir(TESTS_BASEDIR):
            for module, (name_suffix, submodules) in modules.items():
                with self.subTest(module=module):
                    m = pdoc.Module(module)
                    self.assertEqual(repr(m), "<Module '{}'>".format(m.obj.__name__))
                    self.assertEqual(m.name, EXAMPLE_MODULE + name_suffix)
                    self.assertEqual(sorted(m.name for m in m.submodules()),
                                     [EXAMPLE_MODULE + '.' + m for m in submodules])

    def test_Module_find_class(self):
        class A:
            __module__ = None

        assert A.__module__ is None
        mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        self.assertIsInstance(mod.find_class(pdoc.Doc), pdoc.Class)
        self.assertIsInstance(mod.find_class(A), pdoc.External)

    def test_import_filename(self):
        with patch.object(sys, 'path', ['']), \
                chdir(os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE)):
            pdoc.import_module('index')

    def test_imported_once(self):
        with chdir(os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE)):
            pdoc.import_module('_imported_once.py')

    def test_namespace(self):
        # Test the three namespace types
        # https://packaging.python.org/guides/packaging-namespace-packages/#creating-a-namespace-package
        for i in range(1, 4):
            path = os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE, '_namespace', str(i))
            with patch.object(sys, 'path', [os.path.join(path, 'a'),
                                            os.path.join(path, 'b')]):
                mod = pdoc.Module('a.main')
                self.assertIn('D', mod.doc)

    def test_module_allsubmodules(self):
        m = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE + '._private')
        self.assertEqual(sorted(m.name for m in m.submodules()),
                         [EXAMPLE_MODULE + '._private.module'])

    def test_instance_var(self):
        pdoc.reset()
        mod = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
        var = mod.doc['B'].doc['instance_var']
        self.assertTrue(var.instance_var)

    def test_readonly_value_descriptors(self):
        pdoc.reset()
        mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc.import_module(EXAMPLE_MODULE))
        var = mod.doc['B'].doc['ro_value_descriptor']
        self.assertIsInstance(var, pdoc.Variable)
        self.assertTrue(var.instance_var)
        self.assertEqual(var.docstring, """ro_value_descriptor docstring""")
        self.assertTrue(var.source)

        var = mod.doc['B'].doc['ro_value_descriptor_no_doc']
        self.assertIsInstance(var, pdoc.Variable)
        self.assertTrue(var.instance_var)
        self.assertEqual(var.docstring, """Read-only value descriptor""")
        self.assertTrue(var.source)

    def test_class_variables_docstring_not_from_obj(self):
        class C:
            vars_dont = 0
            but_clss_have_doc = int

        with self.assertWarns(UserWarning):
            doc = pdoc.Class('C', pdoc.Module('pdoc'), C)
        self.assertEqual(doc.doc['vars_dont'].docstring, '')
        self.assertIn('integer', doc.doc['but_clss_have_doc'].docstring)

    def test_builtin_methoddescriptors(self):
        import parser
        with self.assertWarns(UserWarning):
            c = pdoc.Class('STType', pdoc.Module(parser), parser.STType)
        self.assertIsInstance(c.doc['compile'], pdoc.Function)

    def test_refname(self):
        mod = EXAMPLE_MODULE + '.' + 'subpkg'
        module = pdoc.Module(mod)
        var = module.doc['var']
        cls = module.doc['B']
        nested_cls = cls.doc['C']
        cls_var = cls.doc['var']
        method = cls.doc['f']

        self.assertEqual(pdoc.External('foo').refname, 'foo')
        self.assertEqual(module.refname, mod)
        self.assertEqual(var.refname, mod + '.var')
        self.assertEqual(cls.refname, mod + '.B')
        self.assertEqual(nested_cls.refname, mod + '.B.C')
        self.assertEqual(cls_var.refname, mod + '.B.var')
        self.assertEqual(method.refname, mod + '.B.f')

        # Inherited method's refname points to class' implicit copy
        pdoc.link_inheritance()
        self.assertEqual(cls.doc['inherited'].refname, mod + '.B.inherited')

    def test_qualname(self):
        module = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
        var = module.doc['var']
        cls = module.doc['B']
        nested_cls = cls.doc['C']
        cls_var = cls.doc['var']
        method = cls.doc['f']

        self.assertEqual(pdoc.External('foo').qualname, 'foo')
        self.assertEqual(module.qualname, EXAMPLE_MODULE)
        self.assertEqual(var.qualname, 'var')
        self.assertEqual(cls.qualname, 'B')
        self.assertEqual(nested_cls.qualname, 'B.C')
        self.assertEqual(cls_var.qualname, 'B.var')
        self.assertEqual(method.qualname, 'B.f')

    def test__pdoc__dict(self):
        module = pdoc.import_module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'B': False}):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertIn('A', mod.doc)
            self.assertNotIn('B', mod.doc)

        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'B.f': False}):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertIn('B', mod.doc)
            self.assertNotIn('f', mod.doc['B'].doc)
            self.assertIsInstance(mod.find_ident('B.f'), pdoc.External)

        # GH-125: https://github.com/pdoc3/pdoc/issues/125
        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'B.inherited': False}):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertNotIn('inherited', mod.doc['B'].doc)

        # GH-99: https://github.com/pdoc3/pdoc/issues/99
        module = pdoc.import_module(EXAMPLE_MODULE + '._exclude_dir')
        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'downloaded_modules': False}, create=True):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            # GH-206: https://github.com/pdoc3/pdoc/issues/206
            with warnings.catch_warnings(record=True) as cm:
                pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertEqual(cm, [])
            self.assertNotIn('downloaded_modules', mod.doc)

    def test__pdoc__invalid_value(self):
        module = pdoc.import_module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'B': 1}), \
                self.assertRaises(ValueError):
            pdoc.Module(module)
            pdoc.link_inheritance()

    def test__pdoc__whitelist(self):
        module = pdoc.import_module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
        mod = pdoc.Module(module)
        pdoc.link_inheritance()
        self.assertNotIn('__call__', mod.doc['A'].doc)
        self.assertNotIn('_private_function', mod.doc)

        # Override docstring string
        docstring = "Overwrite private function doc"
        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'A.__call__': docstring}):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertEqual(mod.doc['A'].doc['__call__'].docstring, docstring)

        # Module-relative
        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'_private_function': True}):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertIn('Private function', mod.doc['_private_function'].docstring)
            self.assertNotIn('_private_function', mod.doc["subpkg"].doc)

        # Defined in example_pkg, referring to a member of its submodule
        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'subpkg.A.__call__': True}):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertIn('A.__call__', mod.doc['subpkg'].doc['A'].doc['__call__'].docstring)

        # Using full refname
        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'example_pkg.subpkg.A.__call__': True}):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertIn('A.__call__', mod.doc['subpkg'].doc['A'].doc['__call__'].docstring)

        # Entire module, absolute refname
        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'example_pkg._private': True}):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertIn('module', mod.doc['_private'].doc)
            self.assertNotIn('_private', mod.doc['_private'].doc)
            self.assertNotIn('__call__', mod.doc['_private'].doc['module'].doc)

        # Entire module, relative
        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'_private': True}):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertIn('_private', mod.doc)
            self.assertNotIn('_private', mod.doc['_private'].doc)
            self.assertNotIn('__call__', mod.doc['_private'].doc['module'].doc)

        # Private instance variables
        with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'B._private_instance_var': True}):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertIn('should be private', mod.doc['B'].doc['_private_instance_var'].docstring)

    def test__all__(self):
        module = pdoc.import_module(EXAMPLE_MODULE + '.index')
        with patch.object(module, '__all__', ['B'], create=True):
            mod = pdoc.Module(module)
            with self.assertWarns(UserWarning):  # Only B is used but __pdoc__ contains others
                pdoc.link_inheritance()
            self.assertEqual(list(mod.doc.keys()), ['B'])

    def test_find_ident(self):
        mod = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
        self.assertIsInstance(mod.find_ident('subpkg'), pdoc.Module)
        mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        self.assertIsInstance(mod.find_ident('subpkg'), pdoc.External)

        self.assertIsInstance(mod.find_ident(EXAMPLE_MODULE + '.subpkg'), pdoc.Module)

        nonexistent = 'foo()'
        result = mod.find_ident(nonexistent)
        self.assertIsInstance(result, pdoc.External)
        self.assertEqual(result.name, nonexistent)

        # Ref by class __init__
        mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        self.assertIs(mod.find_ident('pdoc.Doc.__init__').obj, pdoc.Doc)

    def test_inherits(self):
        module = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
        pdoc.link_inheritance()

        a = module.doc['A']
        b = module.doc['B']
        self.assertEqual(b.doc['inherited'].inherits,
                         a.doc['inherited'])
        self.assertEqual(b.doc['overridden_same_docstring'].inherits,
                         a.doc['overridden_same_docstring'])
        self.assertEqual(b.doc['overridden'].inherits,
                         None)

        c = module.doc['C']
        d = module.doc['D']
        self.assertEqual(d.doc['overridden'].inherits, c.doc['overridden'])
        self.assertEqual(c.doc['overridden'].inherits, b.doc['overridden'])

    def test_inherited_members(self):
        mod = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
        pdoc.link_inheritance()
        a = mod.doc['A']
        b = mod.doc['B']
        self.assertEqual(b.inherited_members(), [(a, [a.doc['inherited'],
                                                      a.doc['overridden_same_docstring']])])
        self.assertEqual(a.inherited_members(), [])

    @ignore_warnings
    def test_subclasses(self):
        class A:
            pass

        class B(type):
            pass

        class C(A):
            pass

        class D(B):
            pass

        class G(C):
            pass

        class F(C):
            pass

        class E(C):
            pass

        mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        self.assertEqual([x.refname for x in pdoc.Class('A', mod, A).subclasses()],
                         [mod.find_class(C).refname])
        self.assertEqual([x.refname for x in pdoc.Class('B', mod, B).subclasses()],
                         [mod.find_class(D).refname])
        self.assertEqual([x.refname for x in pdoc.Class('C', mod, C).subclasses()],
                         [mod.find_class(x).refname for x in (E, F, G)])

    def test_link_inheritance(self):
        mod = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
        with warnings.catch_warnings(record=True) as w:
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
        self.assertFalse(w)

        mod._is_inheritance_linked = False
        with self.assertWarns(UserWarning):
            pdoc.link_inheritance()

        # Test inheritance across modules
        pdoc.reset()
        mod = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE + '._test_linking')
        pdoc.link_inheritance()
        a = mod.doc['a'].doc['A']
        b = mod.doc['b'].doc['B']
        c = mod.doc['b'].doc['c'].doc['C']
        self.assertEqual(b.doc['a'].inherits, a.doc['a'])
        self.assertEqual(b.doc['c'].inherits, c.doc['c'])
        # While classes do inherit from superclasses, they just shouldn't always
        # say so, because public classes do want to be exposed and linked to
        self.assertNotEqual(b.inherits, a)

    def test_context(self):
        context = {}
        pdoc.Module(pdoc, context=context)
        self.assertIn('pdoc', context)
        self.assertIn('pdoc.cli', context)
        self.assertIn('pdoc.cli.main', context)
        self.assertIn('pdoc.Module', context)
        self.assertIsInstance(context['pdoc'], pdoc.Module)
        self.assertIsInstance(context['pdoc.cli'], pdoc.Module)
        self.assertIsInstance(context['pdoc.cli.main'], pdoc.Function)
        self.assertIsInstance(context['pdoc.Module'], pdoc.Class)

        module = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        self.assertIsInstance(module.find_ident('pdoc.Module'), pdoc.Class)
        pdoc.reset()
        self.assertIsInstance(module.find_ident('pdoc.Module'), pdoc.External)

    def test_Function_params(self):
        mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod,
                             lambda a, _a, _b=None: None)
        self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a', '_a'])

        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod,
                             lambda _ok, a, _a, *args, _b=None, c=None, _d=None: None)
        self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['_ok', 'a', '_a', '*args', 'c=None'])

        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod,
                             lambda a, b, *, _c=1: None)
        self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a', 'b'])

        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod,
                             lambda a, *, b, c: None)
        self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a', '*', 'b', 'c'])

        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod,
                             lambda a=os.environ, b=sys.stdout: None)
        self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a=os.environ', 'b=sys.stdout'])

        class Foo(enum.Enum):
            a, b = 1, 2
        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, lambda a=Foo.a: None)
        self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a=Foo.a'])

        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, lambda a=object(): None)
        self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a=<object object>'])

        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, lambda a=object(): None)
        self.assertEqual(func.params(link=lambda x: ''), ['a=&lt;object object&gt;'])

        # typed
        def f(a: int, *b, c: typing.List[pdoc.Doc] = []): pass
        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, f)
        self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a', '*b', "c=[]"])
        self.assertEqual(func.params(annotate=True),
                         ['a:\N{NBSP}int', '*b', "c:\N{NBSP}List[pdoc.Doc]\N{NBSP}=\N{NBSP}[]"])

        # typed, linked
        def link(dobj):
            return '<a href="{}">{}</a>'.format(dobj.url(relative_to=mod), dobj.qualname)

        self.assertEqual(func.params(annotate=True, link=link),
                         ['a:\N{NBSP}int', '*b',
                          "c:\N{NBSP}List[<a href=\"#pdoc.Doc\">Doc</a>]\N{NBSP}=\N{NBSP}[]"])

        # typed, linked, GH-311
        def f(a: typing.Dict[str, pdoc.Doc]): pass

        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, f)
        self.assertEqual(func.params(annotate=True, link=link),
                         ["a:\N{NBSP}Dict[str,\N{NBSP}<a href=\"#pdoc.Doc\">Doc</a>]"])

        # shadowed name
        def f(pdoc: int): pass
        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, f)
        self.assertEqual(func.params(annotate=True, link=link), ['pdoc:\N{NBSP}int'])

        def bug130_str_annotation(a: "str"):
            return

        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Function('bug130', mod, bug130_str_annotation).params(annotate=True),
                         ['a:\N{NBSP}str'])

        # builtin callables with signatures in docstrings
        from itertools import repeat
        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Function('repeat', mod, repeat).params(), ['object', 'times'])
        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Function('slice', mod, slice).params(), ['start', 'stop', 'step'])

        class get_sample(repeat):
            """ get_sample(self: pdoc.int, pos: int) -> Tuple[int, float] """
        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Function('get_sample', mod, get_sample).params(annotate=True),
                         ['self:\xa0int', 'pos:\xa0int'])
        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Function('get_sample', mod, get_sample).return_annotation(),
                         'Tuple[int,\xa0float]')

    @unittest.skipIf(sys.version_info < (3, 8), "positional-only arguments unsupported in < py3.8")
    def test_test_Function_params_python38_specific(self):
        mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, eval("lambda a, /, b: None"))
        self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a', '/', 'b'])

        func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, eval("lambda a, /: None"))
        self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a', '/'])

    def test_Function_return_annotation(self):
        import typing

        def f() -> typing.List[typing.Union[str, pdoc.Doc]]: pass
        func = pdoc.Function('f', pdoc.Module(pdoc), f)
        self.assertEqual(func.return_annotation(), 'List[Union[str,\N{NBSP}pdoc.Doc]]')

    @ignore_warnings
    def test_Variable_type_annotation(self):
        import typing

        class Foobar:
            @property
            def prop(self) -> typing.Optional[int]:
                pass

        mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        cls = pdoc.Class('Foobar', mod, Foobar)
        self.assertEqual(cls.doc['prop'].type_annotation(), 'Union[int,\N{NBSP}NoneType]')

    @ignore_warnings
    @unittest.skipIf(sys.version_info < (3, 6), 'variable annotation unsupported in <Py3.6')
    def test_Variable_type_annotation_py36plus(self):
        with temp_dir() as path:
            filename = os.path.join(path, 'module36syntax.py')
            with open(filename, 'w') as f:
                f.write('''
var: str = 'x'
"""dummy"""

class Foo:
    var: int = 3
    """dummy"""

    def __init__(self):
        self.var2: float = 1
        """dummy"""
                ''')
            mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc.import_module(filename))
            self.assertEqual(mod.doc['var'].type_annotation(), 'str')
            self.assertEqual(mod.doc['Foo'].doc['var'].type_annotation(), 'int')
            self.assertIsInstance(mod.doc['Foo'].doc['var2'], pdoc.Variable)
            self.assertEqual(mod.doc['Foo'].doc['var2'].type_annotation(), '')  # Won't fix

            self.assertIn('var: str', mod.text())
            self.assertIn('var: int', mod.text())

    @ignore_warnings
    def test_Class_docstring(self):
        class A:
            """foo"""

        class B:
            def __init__(self):
                """foo"""

        class C:
            """foo"""

            def __init__(self):
                """bar"""

        class D(C):
            """baz"""

        class E(C):
            def __init__(self):
                """baz"""

        mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('A', mod, A).docstring, """foo""")
        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('B', mod, B).docstring, """foo""")
        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('C', mod, C).docstring, """foo\n\nbar""")
        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('D', mod, D).docstring, """baz\n\nbar""")
        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('E', mod, E).docstring, """foo\n\nbaz""")

    @ignore_warnings
    def test_Class_params(self):
        class C:
            def __init__(self, x):
                pass

        mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('C', mod, C).params(), ['x'])
        with patch.dict(mod.obj.__pdoc__, {'C.__init__': False}):
            self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('C', mod, C).params(), [])

        # test case for https://github.com/pdoc3/pdoc/issues/124
        class C2:
            __signature__ = inspect.signature(lambda a, b, c=None, *, d=1, e: None)

        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('C2', mod, C2).params(), ['a', 'b', 'c=None', '*', 'd=1', 'e'])

    def test_url(self):
        mod = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
        pdoc.link_inheritance()

        c = mod.doc['D']
        self.assertEqual(c.url(), 'example_pkg/index.html#example_pkg.D')
        self.assertEqual(c.url(link_prefix='/'), '/example_pkg/index.html#example_pkg.D')
        self.assertEqual(c.url(relative_to=c.module), '#example_pkg.D')
        self.assertEqual(c.url(top_ancestor=True), c.url())  # Public classes do link to themselves

        f = c.doc['overridden']
        self.assertEqual(f.url(), 'example_pkg/index.html#example_pkg.D.overridden')
        self.assertEqual(f.url(link_prefix='/'), '/example_pkg/index.html#example_pkg.D.overridden')
        self.assertEqual(f.url(relative_to=c.module), '#example_pkg.D.overridden')
        self.assertEqual(f.url(top_ancestor=1), 'example_pkg/index.html#example_pkg.B.overridden')

    @unittest.skipIf(sys.version_info < (3, 6), reason="only deterministic on CPython 3.6+")
    def test_sorting(self):
        module = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)

        sorted_variables = module.variables()
        unsorted_variables = module.variables(sort=False)
        self.assertNotEqual(sorted_variables, unsorted_variables)
        self.assertEqual(sorted_variables, sorted(unsorted_variables))

        sorted_functions = module.functions()
        unsorted_functions = module.functions(sort=False)
        self.assertNotEqual(sorted_functions, unsorted_functions)
        self.assertEqual(sorted_functions, sorted(unsorted_functions))

        sorted_classes = module.classes()
        unsorted_classes = module.classes(sort=False)
        self.assertNotEqual(sorted_classes, unsorted_classes)
        self.assertEqual(sorted_classes, sorted(unsorted_classes))

        cls = module.doc["Docformats"]

        sorted_methods = cls.methods()
        unsorted_methods = cls.methods(sort=False)
        self.assertNotEqual(sorted_methods, unsorted_methods)
        self.assertEqual(sorted_methods, sorted(unsorted_methods))

    def test_module_init(self):
        mod = pdoc.Module('pdoc.__init__')
        self.assertEqual(mod.name, 'pdoc')
        self.assertIn('Module', mod.doc)

Ancestors

  • unittest.case.TestCase

Methods

def setUp(self)

Hook method for setting up the test fixture before exercising it.

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def setUp(self):
    pdoc.reset()
def test_Class_docstring(self)
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@ignore_warnings
def test_Class_docstring(self):
    class A:
        """foo"""

    class B:
        def __init__(self):
            """foo"""

    class C:
        """foo"""

        def __init__(self):
            """bar"""

    class D(C):
        """baz"""

    class E(C):
        def __init__(self):
            """baz"""

    mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
    self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('A', mod, A).docstring, """foo""")
    self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('B', mod, B).docstring, """foo""")
    self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('C', mod, C).docstring, """foo\n\nbar""")
    self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('D', mod, D).docstring, """baz\n\nbar""")
    self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('E', mod, E).docstring, """foo\n\nbaz""")
def test_Class_params(self)
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@ignore_warnings
def test_Class_params(self):
    class C:
        def __init__(self, x):
            pass

    mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
    self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('C', mod, C).params(), ['x'])
    with patch.dict(mod.obj.__pdoc__, {'C.__init__': False}):
        self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('C', mod, C).params(), [])

    # test case for https://github.com/pdoc3/pdoc/issues/124
    class C2:
        __signature__ = inspect.signature(lambda a, b, c=None, *, d=1, e: None)

    self.assertEqual(pdoc.Class('C2', mod, C2).params(), ['a', 'b', 'c=None', '*', 'd=1', 'e'])
def test_Function_params(self)
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def test_Function_params(self):
    mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
    func = pdoc.Function('f', mod,
                         lambda a, _a, _b=None: None)
    self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a', '_a'])

    func = pdoc.Function('f', mod,
                         lambda _ok, a, _a, *args, _b=None, c=None, _d=None: None)
    self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['_ok', 'a', '_a', '*args', 'c=None'])

    func = pdoc.Function('f', mod,
                         lambda a, b, *, _c=1: None)
    self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a', 'b'])

    func = pdoc.Function('f', mod,
                         lambda a, *, b, c: None)
    self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a', '*', 'b', 'c'])

    func = pdoc.Function('f', mod,
                         lambda a=os.environ, b=sys.stdout: None)
    self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a=os.environ', 'b=sys.stdout'])

    class Foo(enum.Enum):
        a, b = 1, 2
    func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, lambda a=Foo.a: None)
    self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a=Foo.a'])

    func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, lambda a=object(): None)
    self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a=<object object>'])

    func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, lambda a=object(): None)
    self.assertEqual(func.params(link=lambda x: ''), ['a=&lt;object object&gt;'])

    # typed
    def f(a: int, *b, c: typing.List[pdoc.Doc] = []): pass
    func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, f)
    self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a', '*b', "c=[]"])
    self.assertEqual(func.params(annotate=True),
                     ['a:\N{NBSP}int', '*b', "c:\N{NBSP}List[pdoc.Doc]\N{NBSP}=\N{NBSP}[]"])

    # typed, linked
    def link(dobj):
        return '<a href="{}">{}</a>'.format(dobj.url(relative_to=mod), dobj.qualname)

    self.assertEqual(func.params(annotate=True, link=link),
                     ['a:\N{NBSP}int', '*b',
                      "c:\N{NBSP}List[<a href=\"#pdoc.Doc\">Doc</a>]\N{NBSP}=\N{NBSP}[]"])

    # typed, linked, GH-311
    def f(a: typing.Dict[str, pdoc.Doc]): pass

    func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, f)
    self.assertEqual(func.params(annotate=True, link=link),
                     ["a:\N{NBSP}Dict[str,\N{NBSP}<a href=\"#pdoc.Doc\">Doc</a>]"])

    # shadowed name
    def f(pdoc: int): pass
    func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, f)
    self.assertEqual(func.params(annotate=True, link=link), ['pdoc:\N{NBSP}int'])

    def bug130_str_annotation(a: "str"):
        return

    self.assertEqual(pdoc.Function('bug130', mod, bug130_str_annotation).params(annotate=True),
                     ['a:\N{NBSP}str'])

    # builtin callables with signatures in docstrings
    from itertools import repeat
    self.assertEqual(pdoc.Function('repeat', mod, repeat).params(), ['object', 'times'])
    self.assertEqual(pdoc.Function('slice', mod, slice).params(), ['start', 'stop', 'step'])

    class get_sample(repeat):
        """ get_sample(self: pdoc.int, pos: int) -> Tuple[int, float] """
    self.assertEqual(pdoc.Function('get_sample', mod, get_sample).params(annotate=True),
                     ['self:\xa0int', 'pos:\xa0int'])
    self.assertEqual(pdoc.Function('get_sample', mod, get_sample).return_annotation(),
                     'Tuple[int,\xa0float]')
def test_Function_return_annotation(self)
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def test_Function_return_annotation(self):
    import typing

    def f() -> typing.List[typing.Union[str, pdoc.Doc]]: pass
    func = pdoc.Function('f', pdoc.Module(pdoc), f)
    self.assertEqual(func.return_annotation(), 'List[Union[str,\N{NBSP}pdoc.Doc]]')
def test_Module_find_class(self)
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def test_Module_find_class(self):
    class A:
        __module__ = None

    assert A.__module__ is None
    mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
    self.assertIsInstance(mod.find_class(pdoc.Doc), pdoc.Class)
    self.assertIsInstance(mod.find_class(A), pdoc.External)
def test_Variable_type_annotation(self)
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@ignore_warnings
def test_Variable_type_annotation(self):
    import typing

    class Foobar:
        @property
        def prop(self) -> typing.Optional[int]:
            pass

    mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
    cls = pdoc.Class('Foobar', mod, Foobar)
    self.assertEqual(cls.doc['prop'].type_annotation(), 'Union[int,\N{NBSP}NoneType]')
def test_Variable_type_annotation_py36plus(self)
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    @ignore_warnings
    @unittest.skipIf(sys.version_info < (3, 6), 'variable annotation unsupported in <Py3.6')
    def test_Variable_type_annotation_py36plus(self):
        with temp_dir() as path:
            filename = os.path.join(path, 'module36syntax.py')
            with open(filename, 'w') as f:
                f.write('''
var: str = 'x'
"""dummy"""

class Foo:
    var: int = 3
    """dummy"""

    def __init__(self):
        self.var2: float = 1
        """dummy"""
                ''')
            mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc.import_module(filename))
            self.assertEqual(mod.doc['var'].type_annotation(), 'str')
            self.assertEqual(mod.doc['Foo'].doc['var'].type_annotation(), 'int')
            self.assertIsInstance(mod.doc['Foo'].doc['var2'], pdoc.Variable)
            self.assertEqual(mod.doc['Foo'].doc['var2'].type_annotation(), '')  # Won't fix

            self.assertIn('var: str', mod.text())
            self.assertIn('var: int', mod.text())
def test__all__(self)
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def test__all__(self):
    module = pdoc.import_module(EXAMPLE_MODULE + '.index')
    with patch.object(module, '__all__', ['B'], create=True):
        mod = pdoc.Module(module)
        with self.assertWarns(UserWarning):  # Only B is used but __pdoc__ contains others
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
        self.assertEqual(list(mod.doc.keys()), ['B'])
def test__pdoc__dict(self)
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def test__pdoc__dict(self):
    module = pdoc.import_module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
    with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'B': False}):
        mod = pdoc.Module(module)
        pdoc.link_inheritance()
        self.assertIn('A', mod.doc)
        self.assertNotIn('B', mod.doc)

    with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'B.f': False}):
        mod = pdoc.Module(module)
        pdoc.link_inheritance()
        self.assertIn('B', mod.doc)
        self.assertNotIn('f', mod.doc['B'].doc)
        self.assertIsInstance(mod.find_ident('B.f'), pdoc.External)

    # GH-125: https://github.com/pdoc3/pdoc/issues/125
    with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'B.inherited': False}):
        mod = pdoc.Module(module)
        pdoc.link_inheritance()
        self.assertNotIn('inherited', mod.doc['B'].doc)

    # GH-99: https://github.com/pdoc3/pdoc/issues/99
    module = pdoc.import_module(EXAMPLE_MODULE + '._exclude_dir')
    with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'downloaded_modules': False}, create=True):
        mod = pdoc.Module(module)
        # GH-206: https://github.com/pdoc3/pdoc/issues/206
        with warnings.catch_warnings(record=True) as cm:
            pdoc.link_inheritance()
        self.assertEqual(cm, [])
        self.assertNotIn('downloaded_modules', mod.doc)
def test__pdoc__invalid_value(self)
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def test__pdoc__invalid_value(self):
    module = pdoc.import_module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
    with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'B': 1}), \
            self.assertRaises(ValueError):
        pdoc.Module(module)
        pdoc.link_inheritance()
def test__pdoc__whitelist(self)
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def test__pdoc__whitelist(self):
    module = pdoc.import_module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
    mod = pdoc.Module(module)
    pdoc.link_inheritance()
    self.assertNotIn('__call__', mod.doc['A'].doc)
    self.assertNotIn('_private_function', mod.doc)

    # Override docstring string
    docstring = "Overwrite private function doc"
    with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'A.__call__': docstring}):
        mod = pdoc.Module(module)
        pdoc.link_inheritance()
        self.assertEqual(mod.doc['A'].doc['__call__'].docstring, docstring)

    # Module-relative
    with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'_private_function': True}):
        mod = pdoc.Module(module)
        pdoc.link_inheritance()
        self.assertIn('Private function', mod.doc['_private_function'].docstring)
        self.assertNotIn('_private_function', mod.doc["subpkg"].doc)

    # Defined in example_pkg, referring to a member of its submodule
    with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'subpkg.A.__call__': True}):
        mod = pdoc.Module(module)
        pdoc.link_inheritance()
        self.assertIn('A.__call__', mod.doc['subpkg'].doc['A'].doc['__call__'].docstring)

    # Using full refname
    with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'example_pkg.subpkg.A.__call__': True}):
        mod = pdoc.Module(module)
        pdoc.link_inheritance()
        self.assertIn('A.__call__', mod.doc['subpkg'].doc['A'].doc['__call__'].docstring)

    # Entire module, absolute refname
    with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'example_pkg._private': True}):
        mod = pdoc.Module(module)
        pdoc.link_inheritance()
        self.assertIn('module', mod.doc['_private'].doc)
        self.assertNotIn('_private', mod.doc['_private'].doc)
        self.assertNotIn('__call__', mod.doc['_private'].doc['module'].doc)

    # Entire module, relative
    with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'_private': True}):
        mod = pdoc.Module(module)
        pdoc.link_inheritance()
        self.assertIn('_private', mod.doc)
        self.assertNotIn('_private', mod.doc['_private'].doc)
        self.assertNotIn('__call__', mod.doc['_private'].doc['module'].doc)

    # Private instance variables
    with patch.object(module, '__pdoc__', {'B._private_instance_var': True}):
        mod = pdoc.Module(module)
        pdoc.link_inheritance()
        self.assertIn('should be private', mod.doc['B'].doc['_private_instance_var'].docstring)
def test_builtin_methoddescriptors(self)
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def test_builtin_methoddescriptors(self):
    import parser
    with self.assertWarns(UserWarning):
        c = pdoc.Class('STType', pdoc.Module(parser), parser.STType)
    self.assertIsInstance(c.doc['compile'], pdoc.Function)
def test_class_variables_docstring_not_from_obj(self)
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def test_class_variables_docstring_not_from_obj(self):
    class C:
        vars_dont = 0
        but_clss_have_doc = int

    with self.assertWarns(UserWarning):
        doc = pdoc.Class('C', pdoc.Module('pdoc'), C)
    self.assertEqual(doc.doc['vars_dont'].docstring, '')
    self.assertIn('integer', doc.doc['but_clss_have_doc'].docstring)
def test_context(self)
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def test_context(self):
    context = {}
    pdoc.Module(pdoc, context=context)
    self.assertIn('pdoc', context)
    self.assertIn('pdoc.cli', context)
    self.assertIn('pdoc.cli.main', context)
    self.assertIn('pdoc.Module', context)
    self.assertIsInstance(context['pdoc'], pdoc.Module)
    self.assertIsInstance(context['pdoc.cli'], pdoc.Module)
    self.assertIsInstance(context['pdoc.cli.main'], pdoc.Function)
    self.assertIsInstance(context['pdoc.Module'], pdoc.Class)

    module = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
    self.assertIsInstance(module.find_ident('pdoc.Module'), pdoc.Class)
    pdoc.reset()
    self.assertIsInstance(module.find_ident('pdoc.Module'), pdoc.External)
def test_find_ident(self)
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def test_find_ident(self):
    mod = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
    self.assertIsInstance(mod.find_ident('subpkg'), pdoc.Module)
    mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
    self.assertIsInstance(mod.find_ident('subpkg'), pdoc.External)

    self.assertIsInstance(mod.find_ident(EXAMPLE_MODULE + '.subpkg'), pdoc.Module)

    nonexistent = 'foo()'
    result = mod.find_ident(nonexistent)
    self.assertIsInstance(result, pdoc.External)
    self.assertEqual(result.name, nonexistent)

    # Ref by class __init__
    mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
    self.assertIs(mod.find_ident('pdoc.Doc.__init__').obj, pdoc.Doc)
def test_import_filename(self)
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def test_import_filename(self):
    with patch.object(sys, 'path', ['']), \
            chdir(os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE)):
        pdoc.import_module('index')
def test_imported_once(self)
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def test_imported_once(self):
    with chdir(os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE)):
        pdoc.import_module('_imported_once.py')
def test_inherited_members(self)
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def test_inherited_members(self):
    mod = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
    pdoc.link_inheritance()
    a = mod.doc['A']
    b = mod.doc['B']
    self.assertEqual(b.inherited_members(), [(a, [a.doc['inherited'],
                                                  a.doc['overridden_same_docstring']])])
    self.assertEqual(a.inherited_members(), [])
def test_inherits(self)
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def test_inherits(self):
    module = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
    pdoc.link_inheritance()

    a = module.doc['A']
    b = module.doc['B']
    self.assertEqual(b.doc['inherited'].inherits,
                     a.doc['inherited'])
    self.assertEqual(b.doc['overridden_same_docstring'].inherits,
                     a.doc['overridden_same_docstring'])
    self.assertEqual(b.doc['overridden'].inherits,
                     None)

    c = module.doc['C']
    d = module.doc['D']
    self.assertEqual(d.doc['overridden'].inherits, c.doc['overridden'])
    self.assertEqual(c.doc['overridden'].inherits, b.doc['overridden'])
def test_instance_var(self)
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def test_instance_var(self):
    pdoc.reset()
    mod = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
    var = mod.doc['B'].doc['instance_var']
    self.assertTrue(var.instance_var)
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def test_link_inheritance(self):
    mod = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
    with warnings.catch_warnings(record=True) as w:
        pdoc.link_inheritance()
        pdoc.link_inheritance()
    self.assertFalse(w)

    mod._is_inheritance_linked = False
    with self.assertWarns(UserWarning):
        pdoc.link_inheritance()

    # Test inheritance across modules
    pdoc.reset()
    mod = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE + '._test_linking')
    pdoc.link_inheritance()
    a = mod.doc['a'].doc['A']
    b = mod.doc['b'].doc['B']
    c = mod.doc['b'].doc['c'].doc['C']
    self.assertEqual(b.doc['a'].inherits, a.doc['a'])
    self.assertEqual(b.doc['c'].inherits, c.doc['c'])
    # While classes do inherit from superclasses, they just shouldn't always
    # say so, because public classes do want to be exposed and linked to
    self.assertNotEqual(b.inherits, a)
def test_module(self)
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def test_module(self):
    modules = {
        EXAMPLE_MODULE: ('', ('index', 'module', 'subpkg', 'subpkg2')),
        EXAMPLE_MODULE + '.subpkg2': ('.subpkg2', ('subpkg2.module',)),
    }
    with chdir(TESTS_BASEDIR):
        for module, (name_suffix, submodules) in modules.items():
            with self.subTest(module=module):
                m = pdoc.Module(module)
                self.assertEqual(repr(m), "<Module '{}'>".format(m.obj.__name__))
                self.assertEqual(m.name, EXAMPLE_MODULE + name_suffix)
                self.assertEqual(sorted(m.name for m in m.submodules()),
                                 [EXAMPLE_MODULE + '.' + m for m in submodules])
def test_module_allsubmodules(self)
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def test_module_allsubmodules(self):
    m = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE + '._private')
    self.assertEqual(sorted(m.name for m in m.submodules()),
                     [EXAMPLE_MODULE + '._private.module'])
def test_module_init(self)
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def test_module_init(self):
    mod = pdoc.Module('pdoc.__init__')
    self.assertEqual(mod.name, 'pdoc')
    self.assertIn('Module', mod.doc)
def test_namespace(self)
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def test_namespace(self):
    # Test the three namespace types
    # https://packaging.python.org/guides/packaging-namespace-packages/#creating-a-namespace-package
    for i in range(1, 4):
        path = os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE, '_namespace', str(i))
        with patch.object(sys, 'path', [os.path.join(path, 'a'),
                                        os.path.join(path, 'b')]):
            mod = pdoc.Module('a.main')
            self.assertIn('D', mod.doc)
def test_qualname(self)
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def test_qualname(self):
    module = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
    var = module.doc['var']
    cls = module.doc['B']
    nested_cls = cls.doc['C']
    cls_var = cls.doc['var']
    method = cls.doc['f']

    self.assertEqual(pdoc.External('foo').qualname, 'foo')
    self.assertEqual(module.qualname, EXAMPLE_MODULE)
    self.assertEqual(var.qualname, 'var')
    self.assertEqual(cls.qualname, 'B')
    self.assertEqual(nested_cls.qualname, 'B.C')
    self.assertEqual(cls_var.qualname, 'B.var')
    self.assertEqual(method.qualname, 'B.f')
def test_readonly_value_descriptors(self)
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def test_readonly_value_descriptors(self):
    pdoc.reset()
    mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc.import_module(EXAMPLE_MODULE))
    var = mod.doc['B'].doc['ro_value_descriptor']
    self.assertIsInstance(var, pdoc.Variable)
    self.assertTrue(var.instance_var)
    self.assertEqual(var.docstring, """ro_value_descriptor docstring""")
    self.assertTrue(var.source)

    var = mod.doc['B'].doc['ro_value_descriptor_no_doc']
    self.assertIsInstance(var, pdoc.Variable)
    self.assertTrue(var.instance_var)
    self.assertEqual(var.docstring, """Read-only value descriptor""")
    self.assertTrue(var.source)
def test_refname(self)
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def test_refname(self):
    mod = EXAMPLE_MODULE + '.' + 'subpkg'
    module = pdoc.Module(mod)
    var = module.doc['var']
    cls = module.doc['B']
    nested_cls = cls.doc['C']
    cls_var = cls.doc['var']
    method = cls.doc['f']

    self.assertEqual(pdoc.External('foo').refname, 'foo')
    self.assertEqual(module.refname, mod)
    self.assertEqual(var.refname, mod + '.var')
    self.assertEqual(cls.refname, mod + '.B')
    self.assertEqual(nested_cls.refname, mod + '.B.C')
    self.assertEqual(cls_var.refname, mod + '.B.var')
    self.assertEqual(method.refname, mod + '.B.f')

    # Inherited method's refname points to class' implicit copy
    pdoc.link_inheritance()
    self.assertEqual(cls.doc['inherited'].refname, mod + '.B.inherited')
def test_sorting(self)
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@unittest.skipIf(sys.version_info < (3, 6), reason="only deterministic on CPython 3.6+")
def test_sorting(self):
    module = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)

    sorted_variables = module.variables()
    unsorted_variables = module.variables(sort=False)
    self.assertNotEqual(sorted_variables, unsorted_variables)
    self.assertEqual(sorted_variables, sorted(unsorted_variables))

    sorted_functions = module.functions()
    unsorted_functions = module.functions(sort=False)
    self.assertNotEqual(sorted_functions, unsorted_functions)
    self.assertEqual(sorted_functions, sorted(unsorted_functions))

    sorted_classes = module.classes()
    unsorted_classes = module.classes(sort=False)
    self.assertNotEqual(sorted_classes, unsorted_classes)
    self.assertEqual(sorted_classes, sorted(unsorted_classes))

    cls = module.doc["Docformats"]

    sorted_methods = cls.methods()
    unsorted_methods = cls.methods(sort=False)
    self.assertNotEqual(sorted_methods, unsorted_methods)
    self.assertEqual(sorted_methods, sorted(unsorted_methods))
def test_subclasses(self)
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@ignore_warnings
def test_subclasses(self):
    class A:
        pass

    class B(type):
        pass

    class C(A):
        pass

    class D(B):
        pass

    class G(C):
        pass

    class F(C):
        pass

    class E(C):
        pass

    mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
    self.assertEqual([x.refname for x in pdoc.Class('A', mod, A).subclasses()],
                     [mod.find_class(C).refname])
    self.assertEqual([x.refname for x in pdoc.Class('B', mod, B).subclasses()],
                     [mod.find_class(D).refname])
    self.assertEqual([x.refname for x in pdoc.Class('C', mod, C).subclasses()],
                     [mod.find_class(x).refname for x in (E, F, G)])
def test_test_Function_params_python38_specific(self)
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@unittest.skipIf(sys.version_info < (3, 8), "positional-only arguments unsupported in < py3.8")
def test_test_Function_params_python38_specific(self):
    mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
    func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, eval("lambda a, /, b: None"))
    self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a', '/', 'b'])

    func = pdoc.Function('f', mod, eval("lambda a, /: None"))
    self.assertEqual(func.params(), ['a', '/'])
def test_url(self)
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def test_url(self):
    mod = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)
    pdoc.link_inheritance()

    c = mod.doc['D']
    self.assertEqual(c.url(), 'example_pkg/index.html#example_pkg.D')
    self.assertEqual(c.url(link_prefix='/'), '/example_pkg/index.html#example_pkg.D')
    self.assertEqual(c.url(relative_to=c.module), '#example_pkg.D')
    self.assertEqual(c.url(top_ancestor=True), c.url())  # Public classes do link to themselves

    f = c.doc['overridden']
    self.assertEqual(f.url(), 'example_pkg/index.html#example_pkg.D.overridden')
    self.assertEqual(f.url(link_prefix='/'), '/example_pkg/index.html#example_pkg.D.overridden')
    self.assertEqual(f.url(relative_to=c.module), '#example_pkg.D.overridden')
    self.assertEqual(f.url(top_ancestor=1), 'example_pkg/index.html#example_pkg.B.overridden')
class CliTest (methodName='runTest')

Command-line interface unit tests.

Create an instance of the class that will use the named test method when executed. Raises a ValueError if the instance does not have a method with the specified name.

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class CliTest(unittest.TestCase):
    """
    Command-line interface unit tests.
    """
    ALL_FILES = [
        'example_pkg',
        'example_pkg/index.html',
        'example_pkg/index.m.html',
        'example_pkg/module.html',
        'example_pkg/_private',
        'example_pkg/_private/index.html',
        'example_pkg/_private/module.html',
        'example_pkg/subpkg',
        'example_pkg/subpkg/_private.html',
        'example_pkg/subpkg/index.html',
        'example_pkg/subpkg2',
        'example_pkg/subpkg2/_private.html',
        'example_pkg/subpkg2/module.html',
        'example_pkg/subpkg2/index.html',
    ]
    PUBLIC_FILES = [f for f in ALL_FILES if '/_' not in f]

    if os.name == 'nt':
        ALL_FILES = [i.replace('/', '\\') for i in ALL_FILES]
        PUBLIC_FILES = [i.replace('/', '\\') for i in PUBLIC_FILES]

    def setUp(self):
        pdoc.reset()

    def _basic_html_assertions(self, expected_files=PUBLIC_FILES):
        # Output directory tree layout is as expected
        files = glob('**', recursive=True)
        self.assertEqual(sorted(files), sorted(expected_files))

    def _check_files(self, include_patterns=(), exclude_patterns=(), file_pattern='**/*.html'):
        files = glob(file_pattern, recursive=True)
        assert files
        for file in files:
            with open(file) as f:
                contents = f.read()
                for pattern in include_patterns:
                    self.assertIn(pattern, contents)
                for pattern in exclude_patterns:
                    self.assertNotIn(pattern, contents)

    def test_html(self):
        include_patterns = [
            'a=&lt;object',
            'CONST docstring',
            'var docstring',
            'foreign_var',
            'foreign var docstring',
            'A',
            'A.overridden docstring',
            'A.overridden_same_docstring docstring',
            'A.inherited',
            'B docstring',
            'B.overridden docstring',
            'builtins.int',
            'External refs: ',
            '>sys.version<',
            'B.CONST docstring',
            'B.var docstring',
            'b=1',
            '*args',
            '**kwargs',
            'x, y, z, w',
            'instance_var',
            'instance var docstring',
            'B.f docstring',
            'B.static docstring',
            'B.cls docstring',
            'B.p docstring',
            'B.C docstring',
            'B.overridden docstring',

            '<code>__init__</code> docstring',
            ' class="ident">static',
        ]
        exclude_patterns = [
            '<object ',
            ' class="ident">_private',
            ' class="ident">_Private',
            'non_callable_routine',
        ]
        package_files = {
            '': self.PUBLIC_FILES,
            '.subpkg2': [f for f in self.PUBLIC_FILES
                         if 'subpkg2' in f or f == EXAMPLE_MODULE],
            '._private': [f for f in self.ALL_FILES
                          if EXAMPLE_MODULE + '/_private' in f or f == EXAMPLE_MODULE],
        }
        for package, expected_files in package_files.items():
            with self.subTest(package=package):
                with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE + package,
                              '--config', 'show_type_annotations=False',
                              config='show_source_code=False'):
                    self._basic_html_assertions(expected_files)
                    self._check_files(include_patterns, exclude_patterns)

        filenames_files = {
            ('module.py',): ['module.html'],
            ('module.py', 'subpkg2'): ['module.html', 'subpkg2',
                                       'subpkg2/index.html', 'subpkg2/module.html'],
        }
        with chdir(TESTS_BASEDIR):
            for filenames, expected_files in filenames_files.items():
                with self.subTest(filename=','.join(filenames)):
                    with run_html(*(os.path.join(EXAMPLE_MODULE, f) for f in filenames),
                                  '--config', 'show_type_annotations=False',
                                  config='show_source_code=False'):
                        self._basic_html_assertions(expected_files)
                        self._check_files(include_patterns, exclude_patterns)

    def test_html_multiple_files(self):
        with chdir(TESTS_BASEDIR):
            with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE + '/module.py', EXAMPLE_MODULE + '/subpkg2'):
                self._basic_html_assertions(
                    ['module.html', 'subpkg2', 'subpkg2/index.html', 'subpkg2/module.html'])

    def test_html_identifier(self):
        for package in ('', '._private'):
            with self.subTest(package=package), \
                    self.assertWarns(UserWarning) as cm:
                with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE + package, filter='A',
                              config='show_source_code=False'):
                    self._check_files(['A'], ['CONST', 'B docstring'])
        self.assertIn('__pdoc__', cm.warning.args[0])

    def test_html_ref_links(self):
        with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, config='show_source_code=False'):
            self._check_files(
                file_pattern=EXAMPLE_MODULE + '/index.html',
                include_patterns=[
                    'href="#example_pkg.B">',
                    'href="#example_pkg.A">',
                ],
            )

    def test_docformat(self):
        with self.assertWarns(UserWarning) as cm,\
                run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, config='docformat="restructuredtext"'):
            self._basic_html_assertions()
        self.assertIn('numpy', cm.warning.args[0])

    def test_html_no_source(self):
        with self.assertWarns(DeprecationWarning),\
                run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, html_no_source=None):
            self._basic_html_assertions()
            self._check_files(exclude_patterns=['class="source"', 'Hidden'])

    def test_force(self):
        with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE):
            with redirect_streams() as (stdout, stderr):
                returncode = run(EXAMPLE_MODULE, _check=False, html=None, output_dir=os.getcwd())
                self.assertNotEqual(returncode, 0)
                self.assertNotEqual(stderr.getvalue(), '')

            with redirect_streams() as (stdout, stderr):
                returncode = run(EXAMPLE_MODULE, html=None, force=None, output_dir=os.getcwd())
                self.assertEqual(returncode, 0)
                self.assertEqual(stderr.getvalue(), '')

    def test_external_links(self):
        with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE):
            self._basic_html_assertions()
            self._check_files(exclude_patterns=['<a href="/sys.version.ext"'])

        with self.assertWarns(DeprecationWarning),\
                run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, external_links=None):
            self._basic_html_assertions()
            self._check_files(['<a title="sys.version" href="/sys.version.ext"'])

    def test_template_dir(self):
        old_tpl_dirs = pdoc.tpl_lookup.directories.copy()
        # Prevent loading incorrect template cached from prev runs
        pdoc.tpl_lookup._collection.clear()
        try:
            with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, template_dir=TESTS_BASEDIR):
                self._basic_html_assertions()
                self._check_files(['FOOBAR', '/* Empty CSS */'], ['coding: utf-8'])
        finally:
            pdoc.tpl_lookup.directories = old_tpl_dirs
            pdoc.tpl_lookup._collection.clear()

    def test_link_prefix(self):
        with self.assertWarns(DeprecationWarning),\
                run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, link_prefix='/foobar/'):
            self._basic_html_assertions()
            self._check_files(['/foobar/' + EXAMPLE_MODULE])

    def test_text(self):
        include_patterns = [
            'object_as_arg_default(*args, a=<object ',
            'CONST docstring',
            'var docstring',
            'foreign_var',
            'foreign var docstring',
            'A',
            'A.overridden docstring',
            'A.overridden_same_docstring docstring',
            'A.inherited',
            'B docstring',
            'B.overridden docstring',
            'builtins.int',
            'External refs: ',
            'sys.version',
            'B.CONST docstring',
            'B.var docstring',
            'x, y, z, w',
            '`__init__` docstring',
            'instance_var',
            'instance var docstring',
            'b=1',
            '*args',
            '**kwargs',
            'B.f docstring',
            'B.static docstring',
            'B.cls docstring',
            'B.p docstring',
            'C',
            'B.overridden docstring',
        ]
        exclude_patterns = [
            '_private',
            '_Private',
            'subprocess',
            'Hidden',
            'non_callable_routine',
        ]

        with self.subTest(package=EXAMPLE_MODULE):
            with redirect_streams() as (stdout, _):
                run(EXAMPLE_MODULE, config='show_type_annotations=False')
                out = stdout.getvalue()

            header = 'Module {}\n{:=<{}}'.format(EXAMPLE_MODULE, '',
                                                 len('Module ') + len(EXAMPLE_MODULE))
            self.assertIn(header, out)
            for pattern in include_patterns:
                self.assertIn(pattern, out)
            for pattern in exclude_patterns:
                self.assertNotIn(pattern, out)

        with chdir(TESTS_BASEDIR):
            for files in (('module.py',),
                          ('module.py', 'subpkg2')):
                with self.subTest(filename=','.join(files)):
                    with redirect_streams() as (stdout, _):
                        run(*(os.path.join(EXAMPLE_MODULE, f) for f in files))
                        out = stdout.getvalue()
                    for f in files:
                        header = 'Module {}\n'.format(os.path.splitext(f)[0])
                        self.assertIn(header, out)

    def test_text_identifier(self):
        with redirect_streams() as (stdout, _):
            run(EXAMPLE_MODULE, filter='A')
            out = stdout.getvalue()
        self.assertIn('A', out)
        self.assertIn('### Descendants\n\n    * example_pkg.B', out)
        self.assertNotIn('CONST', out)
        self.assertNotIn('B docstring', out)

    def test_pdf(self):
        with redirect_streams() as (stdout, stderr):
            run('pdoc', pdf=None)
            out = stdout.getvalue()
            err = stderr.getvalue()
        self.assertIn('pdoc3.github.io', out)
        self.assertIn('pandoc', err)

        pdoc_Doc_params = str(inspect.signature(pdoc.Doc.__init__)).replace('self, ', '')
        self.assertIn(pdoc_Doc_params.replace(' ', ''),
                      out.replace('>', '').replace('\n', '').replace(' ', ''))

    def test_config(self):
        with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, config='link_prefix="/foobar/"'):
            self._basic_html_assertions()
            self._check_files(['/foobar/' + EXAMPLE_MODULE])

    def test_output_text(self):
        with temp_dir() as path, \
                redirect_streams():
            run(EXAMPLE_MODULE, output_dir=path)
            with chdir(path):
                self._basic_html_assertions([file.replace('.html', '.md')
                                             for file in self.PUBLIC_FILES])

    def test_google_analytics(self):
        expected = ['google-analytics.com']
        with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE):
            self._check_files((), exclude_patterns=expected)
        with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, config='google_analytics="UA-xxxxxx-y"'):
            self._check_files(expected)

    def test_relative_dir_path(self):
        with chdir(os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE)):
            with run_html('.'):
                self._check_files(())

    def test_skip_errors(self):
        with chdir(os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE, '_skip_errors')),\
                redirect_streams(),\
                self.assertWarns(pdoc.Module.ImportWarning) as cm:
            run('.', skip_errors=None)
        self.assertIn('ZeroDivision', cm.warning.args[0])

Ancestors

  • unittest.case.TestCase

Class variables

var ALL_FILES
var PUBLIC_FILES

Methods

def setUp(self)

Hook method for setting up the test fixture before exercising it.

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def setUp(self):
    pdoc.reset()
def test_config(self)
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def test_config(self):
    with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, config='link_prefix="/foobar/"'):
        self._basic_html_assertions()
        self._check_files(['/foobar/' + EXAMPLE_MODULE])
def test_docformat(self)
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def test_docformat(self):
    with self.assertWarns(UserWarning) as cm,\
            run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, config='docformat="restructuredtext"'):
        self._basic_html_assertions()
    self.assertIn('numpy', cm.warning.args[0])
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def test_external_links(self):
    with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE):
        self._basic_html_assertions()
        self._check_files(exclude_patterns=['<a href="/sys.version.ext"'])

    with self.assertWarns(DeprecationWarning),\
            run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, external_links=None):
        self._basic_html_assertions()
        self._check_files(['<a title="sys.version" href="/sys.version.ext"'])
def test_force(self)
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def test_force(self):
    with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE):
        with redirect_streams() as (stdout, stderr):
            returncode = run(EXAMPLE_MODULE, _check=False, html=None, output_dir=os.getcwd())
            self.assertNotEqual(returncode, 0)
            self.assertNotEqual(stderr.getvalue(), '')

        with redirect_streams() as (stdout, stderr):
            returncode = run(EXAMPLE_MODULE, html=None, force=None, output_dir=os.getcwd())
            self.assertEqual(returncode, 0)
            self.assertEqual(stderr.getvalue(), '')
def test_google_analytics(self)
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def test_google_analytics(self):
    expected = ['google-analytics.com']
    with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE):
        self._check_files((), exclude_patterns=expected)
    with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, config='google_analytics="UA-xxxxxx-y"'):
        self._check_files(expected)
def test_html(self)
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def test_html(self):
    include_patterns = [
        'a=&lt;object',
        'CONST docstring',
        'var docstring',
        'foreign_var',
        'foreign var docstring',
        'A',
        'A.overridden docstring',
        'A.overridden_same_docstring docstring',
        'A.inherited',
        'B docstring',
        'B.overridden docstring',
        'builtins.int',
        'External refs: ',
        '>sys.version<',
        'B.CONST docstring',
        'B.var docstring',
        'b=1',
        '*args',
        '**kwargs',
        'x, y, z, w',
        'instance_var',
        'instance var docstring',
        'B.f docstring',
        'B.static docstring',
        'B.cls docstring',
        'B.p docstring',
        'B.C docstring',
        'B.overridden docstring',

        '<code>__init__</code> docstring',
        ' class="ident">static',
    ]
    exclude_patterns = [
        '<object ',
        ' class="ident">_private',
        ' class="ident">_Private',
        'non_callable_routine',
    ]
    package_files = {
        '': self.PUBLIC_FILES,
        '.subpkg2': [f for f in self.PUBLIC_FILES
                     if 'subpkg2' in f or f == EXAMPLE_MODULE],
        '._private': [f for f in self.ALL_FILES
                      if EXAMPLE_MODULE + '/_private' in f or f == EXAMPLE_MODULE],
    }
    for package, expected_files in package_files.items():
        with self.subTest(package=package):
            with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE + package,
                          '--config', 'show_type_annotations=False',
                          config='show_source_code=False'):
                self._basic_html_assertions(expected_files)
                self._check_files(include_patterns, exclude_patterns)

    filenames_files = {
        ('module.py',): ['module.html'],
        ('module.py', 'subpkg2'): ['module.html', 'subpkg2',
                                   'subpkg2/index.html', 'subpkg2/module.html'],
    }
    with chdir(TESTS_BASEDIR):
        for filenames, expected_files in filenames_files.items():
            with self.subTest(filename=','.join(filenames)):
                with run_html(*(os.path.join(EXAMPLE_MODULE, f) for f in filenames),
                              '--config', 'show_type_annotations=False',
                              config='show_source_code=False'):
                    self._basic_html_assertions(expected_files)
                    self._check_files(include_patterns, exclude_patterns)
def test_html_identifier(self)
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def test_html_identifier(self):
    for package in ('', '._private'):
        with self.subTest(package=package), \
                self.assertWarns(UserWarning) as cm:
            with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE + package, filter='A',
                          config='show_source_code=False'):
                self._check_files(['A'], ['CONST', 'B docstring'])
    self.assertIn('__pdoc__', cm.warning.args[0])
def test_html_multiple_files(self)
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def test_html_multiple_files(self):
    with chdir(TESTS_BASEDIR):
        with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE + '/module.py', EXAMPLE_MODULE + '/subpkg2'):
            self._basic_html_assertions(
                ['module.html', 'subpkg2', 'subpkg2/index.html', 'subpkg2/module.html'])
def test_html_no_source(self)
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def test_html_no_source(self):
    with self.assertWarns(DeprecationWarning),\
            run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, html_no_source=None):
        self._basic_html_assertions()
        self._check_files(exclude_patterns=['class="source"', 'Hidden'])
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def test_html_ref_links(self):
    with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, config='show_source_code=False'):
        self._check_files(
            file_pattern=EXAMPLE_MODULE + '/index.html',
            include_patterns=[
                'href="#example_pkg.B">',
                'href="#example_pkg.A">',
            ],
        )
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def test_link_prefix(self):
    with self.assertWarns(DeprecationWarning),\
            run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, link_prefix='/foobar/'):
        self._basic_html_assertions()
        self._check_files(['/foobar/' + EXAMPLE_MODULE])
def test_output_text(self)
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def test_output_text(self):
    with temp_dir() as path, \
            redirect_streams():
        run(EXAMPLE_MODULE, output_dir=path)
        with chdir(path):
            self._basic_html_assertions([file.replace('.html', '.md')
                                         for file in self.PUBLIC_FILES])
def test_pdf(self)
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def test_pdf(self):
    with redirect_streams() as (stdout, stderr):
        run('pdoc', pdf=None)
        out = stdout.getvalue()
        err = stderr.getvalue()
    self.assertIn('pdoc3.github.io', out)
    self.assertIn('pandoc', err)

    pdoc_Doc_params = str(inspect.signature(pdoc.Doc.__init__)).replace('self, ', '')
    self.assertIn(pdoc_Doc_params.replace(' ', ''),
                  out.replace('>', '').replace('\n', '').replace(' ', ''))
def test_relative_dir_path(self)
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def test_relative_dir_path(self):
    with chdir(os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE)):
        with run_html('.'):
            self._check_files(())
def test_skip_errors(self)
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def test_skip_errors(self):
    with chdir(os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE, '_skip_errors')),\
            redirect_streams(),\
            self.assertWarns(pdoc.Module.ImportWarning) as cm:
        run('.', skip_errors=None)
    self.assertIn('ZeroDivision', cm.warning.args[0])
def test_template_dir(self)
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def test_template_dir(self):
    old_tpl_dirs = pdoc.tpl_lookup.directories.copy()
    # Prevent loading incorrect template cached from prev runs
    pdoc.tpl_lookup._collection.clear()
    try:
        with run_html(EXAMPLE_MODULE, template_dir=TESTS_BASEDIR):
            self._basic_html_assertions()
            self._check_files(['FOOBAR', '/* Empty CSS */'], ['coding: utf-8'])
    finally:
        pdoc.tpl_lookup.directories = old_tpl_dirs
        pdoc.tpl_lookup._collection.clear()
def test_text(self)
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def test_text(self):
    include_patterns = [
        'object_as_arg_default(*args, a=<object ',
        'CONST docstring',
        'var docstring',
        'foreign_var',
        'foreign var docstring',
        'A',
        'A.overridden docstring',
        'A.overridden_same_docstring docstring',
        'A.inherited',
        'B docstring',
        'B.overridden docstring',
        'builtins.int',
        'External refs: ',
        'sys.version',
        'B.CONST docstring',
        'B.var docstring',
        'x, y, z, w',
        '`__init__` docstring',
        'instance_var',
        'instance var docstring',
        'b=1',
        '*args',
        '**kwargs',
        'B.f docstring',
        'B.static docstring',
        'B.cls docstring',
        'B.p docstring',
        'C',
        'B.overridden docstring',
    ]
    exclude_patterns = [
        '_private',
        '_Private',
        'subprocess',
        'Hidden',
        'non_callable_routine',
    ]

    with self.subTest(package=EXAMPLE_MODULE):
        with redirect_streams() as (stdout, _):
            run(EXAMPLE_MODULE, config='show_type_annotations=False')
            out = stdout.getvalue()

        header = 'Module {}\n{:=<{}}'.format(EXAMPLE_MODULE, '',
                                             len('Module ') + len(EXAMPLE_MODULE))
        self.assertIn(header, out)
        for pattern in include_patterns:
            self.assertIn(pattern, out)
        for pattern in exclude_patterns:
            self.assertNotIn(pattern, out)

    with chdir(TESTS_BASEDIR):
        for files in (('module.py',),
                      ('module.py', 'subpkg2')):
            with self.subTest(filename=','.join(files)):
                with redirect_streams() as (stdout, _):
                    run(*(os.path.join(EXAMPLE_MODULE, f) for f in files))
                    out = stdout.getvalue()
                for f in files:
                    header = 'Module {}\n'.format(os.path.splitext(f)[0])
                    self.assertIn(header, out)
def test_text_identifier(self)
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def test_text_identifier(self):
    with redirect_streams() as (stdout, _):
        run(EXAMPLE_MODULE, filter='A')
        out = stdout.getvalue()
    self.assertIn('A', out)
    self.assertIn('### Descendants\n\n    * example_pkg.B', out)
    self.assertNotIn('CONST', out)
    self.assertNotIn('B docstring', out)
class Docformats (methodName='runTest')

A class whose instances are single test cases.

By default, the test code itself should be placed in a method named 'runTest'.

If the fixture may be used for many test cases, create as many test methods as are needed. When instantiating such a TestCase subclass, specify in the constructor arguments the name of the test method that the instance is to execute.

Test authors should subclass TestCase for their own tests. Construction and deconstruction of the test's environment ('fixture') can be implemented by overriding the 'setUp' and 'tearDown' methods respectively.

If it is necessary to override the init method, the base class init method must always be called. It is important that subclasses should not change the signature of their init method, since instances of the classes are instantiated automatically by parts of the framework in order to be run.

When subclassing TestCase, you can set these attributes: * failureException: determines which exception will be raised when the instance's assertion methods fail; test methods raising this exception will be deemed to have 'failed' rather than 'errored'. * longMessage: determines whether long messages (including repr of objects used in assert methods) will be printed on failure in addition to any explicit message passed. * maxDiff: sets the maximum length of a diff in failure messages by assert methods using difflib. It is looked up as an instance attribute so can be configured by individual tests if required.

Create an instance of the class that will use the named test method when executed. Raises a ValueError if the instance does not have a method with the specified name.

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class Docformats(unittest.TestCase):
    @classmethod
    def setUpClass(cls):
        cls._module = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        cls._docmodule = pdoc.import_module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)

    @staticmethod
    def _link(dobj, *args, **kwargs):
        return '<a>{}</a>'.format(dobj.refname)

    def test_numpy(self):
        expected = '''<p>Summary line.</p>
<p><strong>Documentation</strong>: <a href="https://pdoc3.github.io/pdoc/doc/pdoc/">https://pdoc3.github.io/pdoc/doc/pdoc/</a>
<strong>Source Code</strong>: <a href="https://github.com/pdoc3/">https://github.com/pdoc3/</a></p>
<h2 id="parameters">Parameters</h2>
<dl>
<dt><strong><code>x1</code></strong>, <strong><code>x2</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>array_like</code></dt>
<dd>
<p>Input arrays,
description of <code>x1</code>, <code>x2</code>.</p>
<div class="admonition versionadded">
<p class="admonition-title">Added in version:&ensp;1.5.0</p>
</div>
</dd>
<dt><strong><code>x</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>{ NoneType, 'B', 'C' }</code>, optional</dt>
<dd>&nbsp;</dd>
<dt><strong><code>n</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>int</code> or <code>list</code> of <code>int</code></dt>
<dd>Description of num</dd>
<dt><strong><code>*args</code></strong>, <strong><code>**kwargs</code></strong></dt>
<dd>Passed on.</dd>
<dt><strong><code>complex</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>Union[Set[<a>pdoc.Doc</a>, <a>pdoc.Function</a>], <a>pdoc</a>]</code></dt>
<dd>The <code>List[<a>pdoc.Doc</a>]</code>s of the new signal.</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="returns">Returns</h2>
<dl>
<dt><strong><code>output</code></strong> :&ensp;<code><a>pdoc.Doc</a></code></dt>
<dd>The output array</dd>
<dt><code>List[<a>pdoc.Doc</a>]</code></dt>
<dd>The output array</dd>
<dt><code>foo</code></dt>
<dd>&nbsp;</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="raises">Raises</h2>
<dl>
<dt><code>TypeError</code></dt>
<dd>When something.</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="raises_1">Raises</h2>
<dl>
<dt><code>TypeError</code></dt>
<dd>&nbsp;</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="returns_1">Returns</h2>
<p>None.</p>
<h2 id="invalid">Invalid</h2>
<p>no match</p>
<h2 id="see-also">See Also</h2>
<p><code>fromstring</code>, <code>loadtxt</code></p>
<h2 id="see-also_1">See Also</h2>
<dl>
<dt><code><a>pdoc.text</a></code></dt>
<dd>Function a with its description.</dd>
<dt><code><a>scipy.random.norm</a></code></dt>
<dd>Random variates, PDFs, etc.</dd>
<dt><code><a>pdoc.Doc</a></code></dt>
<dd>A class description that spans several lines.</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="notes">Notes</h2>
<p>Foo bar.</p>
<h3 id="h3-title">H3 Title</h3>
<p>Foo bar.</p>'''  # noqa: E501
        text = inspect.getdoc(self._docmodule.numpy)
        html = to_html(text, module=self._module, link=self._link)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)

    def test_numpy_curly_brace_expansion(self):
        # See: https://github.com/mwaskom/seaborn/blob/66191d8a179f1bfa42f03749bc4a07e1c0c08156/seaborn/regression.py#L514  # noqa: 501
        text = '''Parameters
----------
prefix_{x,y}_partial : str
    some description
'''
        expected = '''<h2 id="parameters">Parameters</h2>
<dl>
<dt><strong><code>prefix_{x,y}_partial</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>str</code></dt>
<dd>some description</dd>
</dl>'''
        html = to_html(text, module=self._module, link=self._link)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)

    def test_google(self):
        expected = '''<p>Summary line.
Nomatch:</p>
<h2 id="args">Args</h2>
<dl>
<dt><strong><code>arg1</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>str</code>, optional</dt>
<dd>Text1</dd>
<dt><strong><code>arg2</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>List[str]</code>, optional,\
 default=<code>10</code></dt>
<dd>Text2</dd>
<dt><strong><code>data</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>array-like object</code></dt>
<dd>foo</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="args_1">Args</h2>
<dl>
<dt><strong><code>arg1</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>int</code></dt>
<dd>Description of arg1</dd>
<dt><strong><code>arg2</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>str</code> or <code>int</code></dt>
<dd>Description of arg2</dd>
<dt><strong><code>test_sequence</code></strong></dt>
<dd>
<p>2-dim numpy array of real numbers, size: N * D
- the test observation sequence.</p>
<pre><code>test_sequence =
code
</code></pre>
<p>Continue.</p>
</dd>
<dt><strong><code>*args</code></strong></dt>
<dd>passed around</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="returns">Returns</h2>
<dl>
<dt><code>issue_10</code></dt>
<dd>description didn't work across multiple lines
if only a single item was listed. <code><a>inspect.cleandoc()</a></code>
somehow stripped the required extra indentation.</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="returns_1">Returns</h2>
<p>A very special number
which is the answer of everything.</p>
<h2 id="returns_2">Returns</h2>
<dl>
<dt><code>Dict[int, <a>pdoc.Doc</a>]</code></dt>
<dd>Description.</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="raises">Raises</h2>
<dl>
<dt><code>AttributeError</code></dt>
<dd>
<p>The <code>Raises</code> section is a list of all exceptions
that are relevant to the interface.</p>
<p>and a third line.</p>
</dd>
<dt><code>ValueError</code></dt>
<dd>If <code>arg2</code> is equal to <code>arg1</code>.</dd>
</dl>
<p>Test a title without a blank line before it.</p>
<h2 id="args_2">Args</h2>
<dl>
<dt><strong><code>A</code></strong></dt>
<dd>a</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="examples">Examples</h2>
<p>Examples in doctest format.</p>
<pre><code class="python">&gt;&gt;&gt; a = [1,2,3]
</code></pre>

<h2 id="todos">Todos</h2>
<ul>
<li>For module TODOs</li>
</ul>'''
        text = inspect.getdoc(self._docmodule.google)
        html = to_html(text, module=self._module, link=self._link)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)

    def test_doctests(self):
        expected = '''<p>Need an intro paragrapgh.</p>
<pre><code>&gt;&gt;&gt; Then code is indented one level
line1
line2
</code></pre>
<p>Alternatively</p>
<pre><code>&gt;&gt;&gt; doctest
fenced code works
always
</code></pre>

<h2 id="examples">Examples</h2>
<pre><code class="python">&gt;&gt;&gt; nbytes(100)
'100.0 bytes'
line2
</code></pre>

<p>some text</p>
<p>some text</p>
<pre><code class="python">&gt;&gt;&gt; another doctest
line1
line2
</code></pre>

<h2 id="example">Example</h2>
<pre><code class="python">&gt;&gt;&gt; f()
Traceback (most recent call last):
    ...
Exception: something went wrong
</code></pre>'''
        text = inspect.getdoc(self._docmodule.doctests)
        html = to_html(text, module=self._module, link=self._link)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)

    def test_reST_directives(self):
        expected = '''<div class="admonition todo">
<p class="admonition-title">TODO</p>
<p>Create something.</p>
</div>
<div class="admonition admonition">
<p class="admonition-title">Example</p>
<p>Image shows something.</p>
<p><img alt="" src="https://www.debian.org/logos/openlogo-nd-100.png"></p>
<div class="admonition note">
<p class="admonition-title">Note</p>
<p>Can only nest admonitions two levels.</p>
</div>
</div>
<p><img alt="" src="https://www.debian.org/logos/openlogo-nd-100.png"></p>
<p>Now you know.</p>
<div class="admonition warning">
<p class="admonition-title">Warning</p>
<p>Some warning
lines.</p>
</div>
<ul>
<li>
<p>Describe some func in a list
  across multiple lines:</p>
<div class="admonition deprecated">
<p class="admonition-title">Deprecated since version:&ensp;3.1</p>
<p>Use <code>spam</code> instead.</p>
</div>
<div class="admonition versionadded">
<p class="admonition-title">Added in version:&ensp;2.5</p>
<p>The <em>spam</em> parameter.</p>
</div>
</li>
</ul>
<div class="admonition caution">
<p class="admonition-title">Caution</p>
<p>Don't touch this!</p>
</div>'''
        text = inspect.getdoc(self._docmodule.reST_directives)
        html = to_html(text, module=self._module, link=self._link)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)

    def test_reST_include(self):
        expected = '''<pre><code class="python">    x = 2
</code></pre>

<p>1
x = 2
x = 3
x =</p>'''
        mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc.import_module(
            os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE, '_reST_include', 'test.py')))
        html = to_html(mod.docstring, module=mod)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)

        # Ensure includes are resolved within docstrings already,
        # e.g. for `pdoc.html_helpers.extract_toc()` to work
        self.assertIn('Command-line interface',
                      pdoc.Module(pdoc).docstring)

    def test_urls(self):
        text = """Beautiful Soup
<a href="https://travis-ci.org/cs01/pygdbmi"><img src="https://foo" /></a>
<https://foo.bar>
Work [like this](http://foo/) and [like that].
[like that]: ftp://bar
data:text/plain;base64,SGVsbG8sIFdvcmxkIQ%3D%3D
```
http://url.com
```
[https://google.com](https://google.com)
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(software)](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(software))
[Check https://google.com here](https://google.com)
`https://google.com`

http://www.foo.bar
http://www.foo.bar?q="foo"
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(software)
(https://google.com)
(http://foo and http://bar)
text ``x ` http://foo`` http://bar `http://foo`
"""

        expected = """<p>Beautiful Soup
<a href="https://travis-ci.org/cs01/pygdbmi"><img src="https://foo" /></a>
<a href="https://foo.bar">https://foo.bar</a>
Work <a href="http://foo/">like this</a> and <a href="ftp://bar">like that</a>.</p>
<p>data:text/plain;base64,SGVsbG8sIFdvcmxkIQ%3D%3D</p>
<pre><code>http://url.com
</code></pre>

<p><a href="https://google.com">https://google.com</a>
<a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(software)">\
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(software)</a>
<a href="https://google.com">Check https://google.com here</a>
<code>https://google.com</code></p>
<p><a href="http://www.foo.bar">http://www.foo.bar</a>
<a href="http://www.foo.bar?q=&quot;foo&quot;">http://www.foo.bar?q="foo"</a>
<a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(software)">\
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(software)</a>
(<a href="https://google.com">https://google.com</a>)
(<a href="http://foo">http://foo</a> and <a href="http://bar">http://bar</a>)
text <code>x ` http://foo</code> <a href="http://bar">http://bar</a> <code>http://foo</code></p>"""

        html = to_html(text)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)

    def test_latex_math(self):
        expected = r'''<p>Inline equation: <span><span class="MathJax_Preview"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] &lt; 3 </span><script type="math/tex"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] < 3 </script></span>.</p>
<p>Block equation: <span><span class="MathJax_Preview"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] &lt; 3 </span><script type="math/tex; mode=display"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] < 3 </script></span></p>
<p>Block equation: <span><span class="MathJax_Preview"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] &lt; 3 </span><script type="math/tex; mode=display"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] < 3 </script></span></p>
<p><span><span class="MathJax_Preview"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] &lt; 3 </span><script type="math/tex; mode=display"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] < 3 </script></span></p>'''  # noqa: E501
        text = inspect.getdoc(self._docmodule.latex_math)
        html = to_html(text, module=self._module, link=self._link, latex_math=True)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)

    def test_fenced_code(self):
        # GH-207
        text = '''\
```
cmd `pwd`
```
'''
        expected = '''<pre><code>cmd `pwd`\n</code></pre>'''
        html = to_html(text, module=self._module)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)

Ancestors

  • unittest.case.TestCase

Static methods

def setUpClass()

Hook method for setting up class fixture before running tests in the class.

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@classmethod
def setUpClass(cls):
    cls._module = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
    cls._docmodule = pdoc.import_module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)

Methods

def test_doctests(self)
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    def test_doctests(self):
        expected = '''<p>Need an intro paragrapgh.</p>
<pre><code>&gt;&gt;&gt; Then code is indented one level
line1
line2
</code></pre>
<p>Alternatively</p>
<pre><code>&gt;&gt;&gt; doctest
fenced code works
always
</code></pre>

<h2 id="examples">Examples</h2>
<pre><code class="python">&gt;&gt;&gt; nbytes(100)
'100.0 bytes'
line2
</code></pre>

<p>some text</p>
<p>some text</p>
<pre><code class="python">&gt;&gt;&gt; another doctest
line1
line2
</code></pre>

<h2 id="example">Example</h2>
<pre><code class="python">&gt;&gt;&gt; f()
Traceback (most recent call last):
    ...
Exception: something went wrong
</code></pre>'''
        text = inspect.getdoc(self._docmodule.doctests)
        html = to_html(text, module=self._module, link=self._link)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)
def test_fenced_code(self)
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    def test_fenced_code(self):
        # GH-207
        text = '''\
```
cmd `pwd`
```
'''
        expected = '''<pre><code>cmd `pwd`\n</code></pre>'''
        html = to_html(text, module=self._module)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)
def test_google(self)
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    def test_google(self):
        expected = '''<p>Summary line.
Nomatch:</p>
<h2 id="args">Args</h2>
<dl>
<dt><strong><code>arg1</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>str</code>, optional</dt>
<dd>Text1</dd>
<dt><strong><code>arg2</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>List[str]</code>, optional,\
 default=<code>10</code></dt>
<dd>Text2</dd>
<dt><strong><code>data</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>array-like object</code></dt>
<dd>foo</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="args_1">Args</h2>
<dl>
<dt><strong><code>arg1</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>int</code></dt>
<dd>Description of arg1</dd>
<dt><strong><code>arg2</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>str</code> or <code>int</code></dt>
<dd>Description of arg2</dd>
<dt><strong><code>test_sequence</code></strong></dt>
<dd>
<p>2-dim numpy array of real numbers, size: N * D
- the test observation sequence.</p>
<pre><code>test_sequence =
code
</code></pre>
<p>Continue.</p>
</dd>
<dt><strong><code>*args</code></strong></dt>
<dd>passed around</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="returns">Returns</h2>
<dl>
<dt><code>issue_10</code></dt>
<dd>description didn't work across multiple lines
if only a single item was listed. <code><a>inspect.cleandoc()</a></code>
somehow stripped the required extra indentation.</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="returns_1">Returns</h2>
<p>A very special number
which is the answer of everything.</p>
<h2 id="returns_2">Returns</h2>
<dl>
<dt><code>Dict[int, <a>pdoc.Doc</a>]</code></dt>
<dd>Description.</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="raises">Raises</h2>
<dl>
<dt><code>AttributeError</code></dt>
<dd>
<p>The <code>Raises</code> section is a list of all exceptions
that are relevant to the interface.</p>
<p>and a third line.</p>
</dd>
<dt><code>ValueError</code></dt>
<dd>If <code>arg2</code> is equal to <code>arg1</code>.</dd>
</dl>
<p>Test a title without a blank line before it.</p>
<h2 id="args_2">Args</h2>
<dl>
<dt><strong><code>A</code></strong></dt>
<dd>a</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="examples">Examples</h2>
<p>Examples in doctest format.</p>
<pre><code class="python">&gt;&gt;&gt; a = [1,2,3]
</code></pre>

<h2 id="todos">Todos</h2>
<ul>
<li>For module TODOs</li>
</ul>'''
        text = inspect.getdoc(self._docmodule.google)
        html = to_html(text, module=self._module, link=self._link)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)
def test_latex_math(self)
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    def test_latex_math(self):
        expected = r'''<p>Inline equation: <span><span class="MathJax_Preview"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] &lt; 3 </span><script type="math/tex"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] < 3 </script></span>.</p>
<p>Block equation: <span><span class="MathJax_Preview"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] &lt; 3 </span><script type="math/tex; mode=display"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] < 3 </script></span></p>
<p>Block equation: <span><span class="MathJax_Preview"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] &lt; 3 </span><script type="math/tex; mode=display"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] < 3 </script></span></p>
<p><span><span class="MathJax_Preview"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] &lt; 3 </span><script type="math/tex; mode=display"> v_t *\frac{1}{2}* j_i + [a] < 3 </script></span></p>'''  # noqa: E501
        text = inspect.getdoc(self._docmodule.latex_math)
        html = to_html(text, module=self._module, link=self._link, latex_math=True)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)
def test_numpy(self)
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    def test_numpy(self):
        expected = '''<p>Summary line.</p>
<p><strong>Documentation</strong>: <a href="https://pdoc3.github.io/pdoc/doc/pdoc/">https://pdoc3.github.io/pdoc/doc/pdoc/</a>
<strong>Source Code</strong>: <a href="https://github.com/pdoc3/">https://github.com/pdoc3/</a></p>
<h2 id="parameters">Parameters</h2>
<dl>
<dt><strong><code>x1</code></strong>, <strong><code>x2</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>array_like</code></dt>
<dd>
<p>Input arrays,
description of <code>x1</code>, <code>x2</code>.</p>
<div class="admonition versionadded">
<p class="admonition-title">Added in version:&ensp;1.5.0</p>
</div>
</dd>
<dt><strong><code>x</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>{ NoneType, 'B', 'C' }</code>, optional</dt>
<dd>&nbsp;</dd>
<dt><strong><code>n</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>int</code> or <code>list</code> of <code>int</code></dt>
<dd>Description of num</dd>
<dt><strong><code>*args</code></strong>, <strong><code>**kwargs</code></strong></dt>
<dd>Passed on.</dd>
<dt><strong><code>complex</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>Union[Set[<a>pdoc.Doc</a>, <a>pdoc.Function</a>], <a>pdoc</a>]</code></dt>
<dd>The <code>List[<a>pdoc.Doc</a>]</code>s of the new signal.</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="returns">Returns</h2>
<dl>
<dt><strong><code>output</code></strong> :&ensp;<code><a>pdoc.Doc</a></code></dt>
<dd>The output array</dd>
<dt><code>List[<a>pdoc.Doc</a>]</code></dt>
<dd>The output array</dd>
<dt><code>foo</code></dt>
<dd>&nbsp;</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="raises">Raises</h2>
<dl>
<dt><code>TypeError</code></dt>
<dd>When something.</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="raises_1">Raises</h2>
<dl>
<dt><code>TypeError</code></dt>
<dd>&nbsp;</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="returns_1">Returns</h2>
<p>None.</p>
<h2 id="invalid">Invalid</h2>
<p>no match</p>
<h2 id="see-also">See Also</h2>
<p><code>fromstring</code>, <code>loadtxt</code></p>
<h2 id="see-also_1">See Also</h2>
<dl>
<dt><code><a>pdoc.text</a></code></dt>
<dd>Function a with its description.</dd>
<dt><code><a>scipy.random.norm</a></code></dt>
<dd>Random variates, PDFs, etc.</dd>
<dt><code><a>pdoc.Doc</a></code></dt>
<dd>A class description that spans several lines.</dd>
</dl>
<h2 id="notes">Notes</h2>
<p>Foo bar.</p>
<h3 id="h3-title">H3 Title</h3>
<p>Foo bar.</p>'''  # noqa: E501
        text = inspect.getdoc(self._docmodule.numpy)
        html = to_html(text, module=self._module, link=self._link)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)
def test_numpy_curly_brace_expansion(self)
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    def test_numpy_curly_brace_expansion(self):
        # See: https://github.com/mwaskom/seaborn/blob/66191d8a179f1bfa42f03749bc4a07e1c0c08156/seaborn/regression.py#L514  # noqa: 501
        text = '''Parameters
----------
prefix_{x,y}_partial : str
    some description
'''
        expected = '''<h2 id="parameters">Parameters</h2>
<dl>
<dt><strong><code>prefix_{x,y}_partial</code></strong> :&ensp;<code>str</code></dt>
<dd>some description</dd>
</dl>'''
        html = to_html(text, module=self._module, link=self._link)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)
def test_reST_directives(self)
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    def test_reST_directives(self):
        expected = '''<div class="admonition todo">
<p class="admonition-title">TODO</p>
<p>Create something.</p>
</div>
<div class="admonition admonition">
<p class="admonition-title">Example</p>
<p>Image shows something.</p>
<p><img alt="" src="https://www.debian.org/logos/openlogo-nd-100.png"></p>
<div class="admonition note">
<p class="admonition-title">Note</p>
<p>Can only nest admonitions two levels.</p>
</div>
</div>
<p><img alt="" src="https://www.debian.org/logos/openlogo-nd-100.png"></p>
<p>Now you know.</p>
<div class="admonition warning">
<p class="admonition-title">Warning</p>
<p>Some warning
lines.</p>
</div>
<ul>
<li>
<p>Describe some func in a list
  across multiple lines:</p>
<div class="admonition deprecated">
<p class="admonition-title">Deprecated since version:&ensp;3.1</p>
<p>Use <code>spam</code> instead.</p>
</div>
<div class="admonition versionadded">
<p class="admonition-title">Added in version:&ensp;2.5</p>
<p>The <em>spam</em> parameter.</p>
</div>
</li>
</ul>
<div class="admonition caution">
<p class="admonition-title">Caution</p>
<p>Don't touch this!</p>
</div>'''
        text = inspect.getdoc(self._docmodule.reST_directives)
        html = to_html(text, module=self._module, link=self._link)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)
def test_reST_include(self)
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    def test_reST_include(self):
        expected = '''<pre><code class="python">    x = 2
</code></pre>

<p>1
x = 2
x = 3
x =</p>'''
        mod = pdoc.Module(pdoc.import_module(
            os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE, '_reST_include', 'test.py')))
        html = to_html(mod.docstring, module=mod)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)

        # Ensure includes are resolved within docstrings already,
        # e.g. for `pdoc.html_helpers.extract_toc()` to work
        self.assertIn('Command-line interface',
                      pdoc.Module(pdoc).docstring)
def test_urls(self)
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    def test_urls(self):
        text = """Beautiful Soup
<a href="https://travis-ci.org/cs01/pygdbmi"><img src="https://foo" /></a>
<https://foo.bar>
Work [like this](http://foo/) and [like that].
[like that]: ftp://bar
data:text/plain;base64,SGVsbG8sIFdvcmxkIQ%3D%3D
```
http://url.com
```
[https://google.com](https://google.com)
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(software)](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(software))
[Check https://google.com here](https://google.com)
`https://google.com`

http://www.foo.bar
http://www.foo.bar?q="foo"
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(software)
(https://google.com)
(http://foo and http://bar)
text ``x ` http://foo`` http://bar `http://foo`
"""

        expected = """<p>Beautiful Soup
<a href="https://travis-ci.org/cs01/pygdbmi"><img src="https://foo" /></a>
<a href="https://foo.bar">https://foo.bar</a>
Work <a href="http://foo/">like this</a> and <a href="ftp://bar">like that</a>.</p>
<p>data:text/plain;base64,SGVsbG8sIFdvcmxkIQ%3D%3D</p>
<pre><code>http://url.com
</code></pre>

<p><a href="https://google.com">https://google.com</a>
<a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(software)">\
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(software)</a>
<a href="https://google.com">Check https://google.com here</a>
<code>https://google.com</code></p>
<p><a href="http://www.foo.bar">http://www.foo.bar</a>
<a href="http://www.foo.bar?q=&quot;foo&quot;">http://www.foo.bar?q="foo"</a>
<a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(software)">\
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(software)</a>
(<a href="https://google.com">https://google.com</a>)
(<a href="http://foo">http://foo</a> and <a href="http://bar">http://bar</a>)
text <code>x ` http://foo</code> <a href="http://bar">http://bar</a> <code>http://foo</code></p>"""

        html = to_html(text)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)
class HtmlHelpersTest (methodName='runTest')

Unit tests for helper functions for producing HTML.

Create an instance of the class that will use the named test method when executed. Raises a ValueError if the instance does not have a method with the specified name.

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class HtmlHelpersTest(unittest.TestCase):
    """
    Unit tests for helper functions for producing HTML.
    """

    def test_minify_css(self):
        css = 'a { color: white; } /*comment*/ b {;}'
        minified = minify_css(css)
        self.assertNotIn(' ', minified)
        self.assertNotIn(';}', minified)
        self.assertNotIn('*', minified)

    def test_minify_html(self):
        html = '  <p>   a   </p>    <pre>    a\n    b</pre>    c   \n    d   '
        expected = '\n<p>\na\n</p>\n<pre>    a\n    b</pre>\nc\nd\n'
        minified = minify_html(html)
        self.assertEqual(minified, expected)

    def test_glimpse(self):
        text = 'foo bar\n\nbaz'
        self.assertEqual(glimpse(text), 'foo bar …')
        self.assertEqual(glimpse(text, max_length=8, paragraph=False), 'foo …')
        self.assertEqual(glimpse('Foo bar\n-------'), 'Foo bar')

    def test_to_html(self):
        text = '''# Title

`pdoc.Module` is a `Doc`, not `dict`.

ref with underscore: `_x_x_`

```
code block
```
reference: `package.foo`
'''
        expected = '''<h1 id="title">Title</h1>
<p><code><a href="#pdoc.Module">Module</a></code> is a <code><a href="#pdoc.Doc">Doc</a></code>,\
 not <code>dict</code>.</p>
<p>ref with underscore: <code><a href="#pdoc._x_x_">_x_x_</a></code></p>
<pre><code>code block
</code></pre>

<p>reference: <code><a href="/package.foo.ext">package.foo</a></code></p>'''

        module = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        module.doc['_x_x_'] = pdoc.Variable('_x_x_', module, '')

        def link(dobj):
            return '<a href="{}">{}</a>'.format(dobj.url(relative_to=module), dobj.qualname)

        html = to_html(text, module=module, link=link)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)

        self.assertEqual(to_html('`pdoc.Doc.url()`', module=module, link=link),
                         '<p><code><a href="#pdoc.Doc.url">Doc.url</a></code></p>')

        self.assertEqual(to_html('`foo.f()`', module=module, link=link),
                         '<p><code><a href="/foo.f().ext">foo.f()</a></code></p>')

    def test_to_html_refname(self):
        text = '''
[`pdoc` x][pdoc] `pdoc`
[x `pdoc`][pdoc] `[pdoc]()`

`__x__`

[`pdoc`](#)
[``pdoc` ``](#)
[```pdoc```](#)

```
pdoc
```

[pdoc]: #pdoc
'''
        expected = '''\
<p><a href="#pdoc"><code>pdoc</code> x</a> <code><a>pdoc</a></code>
<a href="#pdoc">x <code>pdoc</code></a> <code>[<a>pdoc</a>]()</code></p>
<p><code>__x__</code></p>
<p><a href="#"><code>pdoc</code></a>
<a href="#"><code>pdoc`</code></a>
<a href="#"><code>pdoc</code></a></p>
<pre><code>pdoc
</code></pre>\
'''

        def link(dobj):
            return '<a>{}</a>'.format(dobj.qualname)

        html = to_html(text, module=pdoc.Module(pdoc), link=link)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)

    def test_to_html_refname_warning(self):
        mod = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)

        def f():
            """Reference to some `example_pkg.nonexisting` object"""

        mod.doc['__f'] = pdoc.Function('__f', mod, f)
        with self.assertWarns(ReferenceWarning) as cm:
            mod.html()
        del mod.doc['__f']
        self.assertIn('example_pkg.nonexisting', cm.warning.args[0])

    def test_extract_toc(self):
        text = '''xxx

# Title

>>> # doctests skipped
# doctest output, skipped

## Subtitle

```
>>> # code skipped
# skipped
```

# Title 2

```
>>> # code skipped
# skipped
```

## Subtitle 2
'''
        expected = '''<div class="toc">
<ul>
<li><a href="#title">Title</a><ul>
<li><a href="#subtitle">Subtitle</a></li>
</ul>
</li>
<li><a href="#title-2">Title 2</a><ul>
<li><a href="#subtitle-2">Subtitle 2</a></li>
</ul>
</li>
</ul>
</div>'''
        toc = extract_toc(text)
        self.assertEqual(toc, expected)

    @unittest.skipIf(shutil.which("git") is None or not os.path.exists('.git'),
                     "git not installed or we're not within git repo")
    def test_format_git_link(self):
        url = format_git_link(
            template='https://github.com/pdoc3/pdoc/blob/{commit}/{path}#L{start_line}-L{end_line}',
            dobj=pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE).find_ident('module.foo'),
        )
        self.assertIsInstance(url, str)
        self.assertRegex(url, r"https://github.com/pdoc3/pdoc/blob/[0-9a-f]{40}"
                              r"/pdoc/test/example_pkg/module.py#L\d+-L\d+")

Ancestors

  • unittest.case.TestCase

Methods

def test_extract_toc(self)
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    def test_extract_toc(self):
        text = '''xxx

# Title

>>> # doctests skipped
# doctest output, skipped

## Subtitle

```
>>> # code skipped
# skipped
```

# Title 2

```
>>> # code skipped
# skipped
```

## Subtitle 2
'''
        expected = '''<div class="toc">
<ul>
<li><a href="#title">Title</a><ul>
<li><a href="#subtitle">Subtitle</a></li>
</ul>
</li>
<li><a href="#title-2">Title 2</a><ul>
<li><a href="#subtitle-2">Subtitle 2</a></li>
</ul>
</li>
</ul>
</div>'''
        toc = extract_toc(text)
        self.assertEqual(toc, expected)
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@unittest.skipIf(shutil.which("git") is None or not os.path.exists('.git'),
                 "git not installed or we're not within git repo")
def test_format_git_link(self):
    url = format_git_link(
        template='https://github.com/pdoc3/pdoc/blob/{commit}/{path}#L{start_line}-L{end_line}',
        dobj=pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE).find_ident('module.foo'),
    )
    self.assertIsInstance(url, str)
    self.assertRegex(url, r"https://github.com/pdoc3/pdoc/blob/[0-9a-f]{40}"
                          r"/pdoc/test/example_pkg/module.py#L\d+-L\d+")
def test_glimpse(self)
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def test_glimpse(self):
    text = 'foo bar\n\nbaz'
    self.assertEqual(glimpse(text), 'foo bar …')
    self.assertEqual(glimpse(text, max_length=8, paragraph=False), 'foo …')
    self.assertEqual(glimpse('Foo bar\n-------'), 'Foo bar')
def test_minify_css(self)
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def test_minify_css(self):
    css = 'a { color: white; } /*comment*/ b {;}'
    minified = minify_css(css)
    self.assertNotIn(' ', minified)
    self.assertNotIn(';}', minified)
    self.assertNotIn('*', minified)
def test_minify_html(self)
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def test_minify_html(self):
    html = '  <p>   a   </p>    <pre>    a\n    b</pre>    c   \n    d   '
    expected = '\n<p>\na\n</p>\n<pre>    a\n    b</pre>\nc\nd\n'
    minified = minify_html(html)
    self.assertEqual(minified, expected)
def test_to_html(self)
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    def test_to_html(self):
        text = '''# Title

`pdoc.Module` is a `Doc`, not `dict`.

ref with underscore: `_x_x_`

```
code block
```
reference: `package.foo`
'''
        expected = '''<h1 id="title">Title</h1>
<p><code><a href="#pdoc.Module">Module</a></code> is a <code><a href="#pdoc.Doc">Doc</a></code>,\
 not <code>dict</code>.</p>
<p>ref with underscore: <code><a href="#pdoc._x_x_">_x_x_</a></code></p>
<pre><code>code block
</code></pre>

<p>reference: <code><a href="/package.foo.ext">package.foo</a></code></p>'''

        module = pdoc.Module(pdoc)
        module.doc['_x_x_'] = pdoc.Variable('_x_x_', module, '')

        def link(dobj):
            return '<a href="{}">{}</a>'.format(dobj.url(relative_to=module), dobj.qualname)

        html = to_html(text, module=module, link=link)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)

        self.assertEqual(to_html('`pdoc.Doc.url()`', module=module, link=link),
                         '<p><code><a href="#pdoc.Doc.url">Doc.url</a></code></p>')

        self.assertEqual(to_html('`foo.f()`', module=module, link=link),
                         '<p><code><a href="/foo.f().ext">foo.f()</a></code></p>')
def test_to_html_refname(self)
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    def test_to_html_refname(self):
        text = '''
[`pdoc` x][pdoc] `pdoc`
[x `pdoc`][pdoc] `[pdoc]()`

`__x__`

[`pdoc`](#)
[``pdoc` ``](#)
[```pdoc```](#)

```
pdoc
```

[pdoc]: #pdoc
'''
        expected = '''\
<p><a href="#pdoc"><code>pdoc</code> x</a> <code><a>pdoc</a></code>
<a href="#pdoc">x <code>pdoc</code></a> <code>[<a>pdoc</a>]()</code></p>
<p><code>__x__</code></p>
<p><a href="#"><code>pdoc</code></a>
<a href="#"><code>pdoc`</code></a>
<a href="#"><code>pdoc</code></a></p>
<pre><code>pdoc
</code></pre>\
'''

        def link(dobj):
            return '<a>{}</a>'.format(dobj.qualname)

        html = to_html(text, module=pdoc.Module(pdoc), link=link)
        self.assertEqual(html, expected)
def test_to_html_refname_warning(self)
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def test_to_html_refname_warning(self):
    mod = pdoc.Module(EXAMPLE_MODULE)

    def f():
        """Reference to some `example_pkg.nonexisting` object"""

    mod.doc['__f'] = pdoc.Function('__f', mod, f)
    with self.assertWarns(ReferenceWarning) as cm:
        mod.html()
    del mod.doc['__f']
    self.assertIn('example_pkg.nonexisting', cm.warning.args[0])
class HttpTest (methodName='runTest')

Unit tests for the HTTP server functionality.

Create an instance of the class that will use the named test method when executed. Raises a ValueError if the instance does not have a method with the specified name.

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class HttpTest(unittest.TestCase):
    """
    Unit tests for the HTTP server functionality.
    """
    @contextmanager
    def _timeout(self, secs):
        def _raise(*_):
            raise TimeoutError

        signal.signal(signal.SIGALRM, _raise)
        signal.alarm(secs)
        yield
        signal.alarm(0)

    @contextmanager
    def _http(self, modules: list):
        port = randint(9000, 12000)

        with self._timeout(1000):
            with redirect_streams() as (stdout, stderr):
                t = threading.Thread(
                    target=cli.main,
                    args=(cli.parser.parse_args(['--http', ':%d' % port] + modules),))
                t.start()
                sleep(.1)

                if not t.is_alive():
                    sys.__stderr__.write(stderr.getvalue())
                    raise AssertionError

                try:
                    yield 'http://localhost:{}/'.format(port)
                except Exception:
                    sys.__stderr__.write(stderr.getvalue())
                    sys.__stdout__.write(stdout.getvalue())
                    raise
                finally:
                    pdoc.cli._httpd.shutdown()  # type: ignore
                    t.join()

    def test_http(self):
        with self._http(['pdoc', os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE)]) as url:
            with self.subTest(url='/'):
                with urlopen(url, timeout=3) as resp:
                    html = resp.read()
                    self.assertIn(b'Python package <code>pdoc</code>', html)
                    self.assertNotIn(b'gzip', html)
            with self.subTest(url='/' + EXAMPLE_MODULE):
                with urlopen(url + 'pdoc', timeout=3) as resp:
                    html = resp.read()
                    self.assertIn(b'__pdoc__', html)
            with self.subTest(url='/csv.ext'):
                with urlopen(url + 'csv.ext', timeout=3) as resp:
                    html = resp.read()
                    self.assertIn(b'DictReader', html)

    def test_file(self):
        with chdir(os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE)):
            with self._http(['_relative_import']) as url:
                with urlopen(url, timeout=3) as resp:
                    html = resp.read()
                    self.assertIn(b'<a href="/_relative_import">', html)

    def test_head(self):
        with self._http(['pdoc']) as url:
            with urlopen(Request(url + 'pdoc/',
                                 method='HEAD',
                                 headers={'If-None-Match': 'xxx'})) as resp:
                self.assertEqual(resp.status, 205)
            with self.assertRaises(HTTPError) as cm:
                urlopen(Request(url + 'pdoc/',
                                method='HEAD',
                                headers={'If-None-Match': str(os.stat(pdoc.__file__).st_mtime)}))
            self.assertEqual(cm.exception.code, 304)

Ancestors

  • unittest.case.TestCase

Methods

def test_file(self)
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def test_file(self):
    with chdir(os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE)):
        with self._http(['_relative_import']) as url:
            with urlopen(url, timeout=3) as resp:
                html = resp.read()
                self.assertIn(b'<a href="/_relative_import">', html)
def test_head(self)
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def test_head(self):
    with self._http(['pdoc']) as url:
        with urlopen(Request(url + 'pdoc/',
                             method='HEAD',
                             headers={'If-None-Match': 'xxx'})) as resp:
            self.assertEqual(resp.status, 205)
        with self.assertRaises(HTTPError) as cm:
            urlopen(Request(url + 'pdoc/',
                            method='HEAD',
                            headers={'If-None-Match': str(os.stat(pdoc.__file__).st_mtime)}))
        self.assertEqual(cm.exception.code, 304)
def test_http(self)
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def test_http(self):
    with self._http(['pdoc', os.path.join(TESTS_BASEDIR, EXAMPLE_MODULE)]) as url:
        with self.subTest(url='/'):
            with urlopen(url, timeout=3) as resp:
                html = resp.read()
                self.assertIn(b'Python package <code>pdoc</code>', html)
                self.assertNotIn(b'gzip', html)
        with self.subTest(url='/' + EXAMPLE_MODULE):
            with urlopen(url + 'pdoc', timeout=3) as resp:
                html = resp.read()
                self.assertIn(b'__pdoc__', html)
        with self.subTest(url='/csv.ext'):
            with urlopen(url + 'csv.ext', timeout=3) as resp:
                html = resp.read()
                self.assertIn(b'DictReader', html)