[py-dev] Resource providers
flub at devork.be
Tue Jun 26 16:13:55 CEST 2012
Another remark about this. If my use-case of dynamically creating
funcargs/resources is making this too complicated then feel free to
ignore it for now. As you rightly point out it is not that cumbersome
to achieve the same with the existing funcargs. See it more as a
nice-to-have but I don't want it to become an ill-thought-out legacy
you have to provide compatibility for later.
On 25 June 2012 16:23, holger krekel <holger at merlinux.eu> wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 25, 2012 at 15:21 +0100, Floris Bruynooghe wrote:
>> On 25 June 2012 14:29, holger krekel <holger at merlinux.eu> wrote:
>> > On Mon, Jun 25, 2012 at 10:55 +0100, Floris Bruynooghe wrote:
>> >> The concrete example I have now is that it could be nice in
>> >> pytest-django to be able to request e.g. "Users" which is a model
>> >> class used to access the User table in the database. Currently this
>> >> is only possible by someone explicitly defining pytest_funcarg__Users,
>> >> but Django allows you to dynamically look up all the models in the
>> >> database so there is no reason this can't be build automatically.
>> >> I think this is what the API you proposed was for, but as I said I
>> >> can't remember the details. And in this case I might be less
>> >> enthusiastic in postponing it's implementation to a later release ;-)
>> > It's probably true that we could invent an register-factory API for this.
>> > However, what about a single "models" object (done traditionally
>> > with a pytest_funcarg__models definition) which itself provides
>> > an API to give "Users" or others data?
>> Yes of course, that is what I currently have in my conftest.py. But
>> it would still be a nice thing to be able to do and a nice example of
>> functionality I have wished I had before. Hence I was wondering if
>> the API you talked about yesterday would support it.
> I guess it could, for example, look like this::
> def pytest_configure(config): # 
> def createmodel(name, node):
> """ return django model object. """
> # node can be None, Directory, Module, Class, Item, etc.
> # (code to compute model)
> return model
> for name in modelnames:
> config.register_factory(name, createmodel)
> Getting a resource would work like this::
> The "--funcargs" option would (remain) able to show the docstring
> and location of the createmodel function.
> Another interesting bit is how to use register_factory
> to connect the existing "pytest_funcarg__..." factories
> which have a certain scope. I guess something like this::
> config.register_factory(name, factoryfunc, node)
> would suffice - it would restrict the scope of the factory
> function to the specified node and all of its descendents.
> It could be called from Directory, Module, Class's setup methods
> to register the respective "pytest_funcarg__" functions scoped as
> per-directory (conftest.py), per-module or per-class factories.
> Note that the "node" passed to the createmodel factory function
> above is probably neccessary for this case because existing
> funcarg-factories operate on Items (or in the future Nodes).
> getfuncargvalue() would then be implemented in terms of a
> call to config.getresource(name, node).
> In general, register_factory needs to be callable multiple
> times with the same name. accept multiple factories for
> the same resource will One little issues is that we want to
> This new resource registration/lookup could work much
> more efficiently than the current scheme which - upon every getfuncargvalue() -
> iterates over all plugins, modules and classes to discover matching
> pytest_funcarg__ factories.
> hope this all makes some sense.
>  We really need a new hook like pytest_runtest_init() which
> is called once before the runtest loop actually starts it work.
> pytest_configure() usually works but it is also called on the
> xdist-master process for which setting up resources makes no sense.
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