Source code for _pytest.fixtures

import abc
import dataclasses
import functools
import inspect
import os
import warnings
from collections import defaultdict
from collections import deque
from contextlib import suppress
from pathlib import Path
from typing import AbstractSet
from typing import Any
from typing import Callable
from typing import cast
from typing import Dict
from typing import Final
from typing import final
from typing import Generator
from typing import Generic
from typing import Iterable
from typing import Iterator
from typing import List
from typing import MutableMapping
from typing import NoReturn
from typing import Optional
from typing import overload
from typing import Sequence
from typing import Set
from typing import Tuple
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING
from typing import TypeVar
from typing import Union

import _pytest
from _pytest import nodes
from _pytest._code import getfslineno
from _pytest._code.code import FormattedExcinfo
from _pytest._code.code import TerminalRepr
from _pytest._io import TerminalWriter
from _pytest.compat import _PytestWrapper
from _pytest.compat import assert_never
from _pytest.compat import get_real_func
from _pytest.compat import get_real_method
from _pytest.compat import getfuncargnames
from _pytest.compat import getimfunc
from _pytest.compat import getlocation
from _pytest.compat import is_generator
from _pytest.compat import NOTSET
from _pytest.compat import NotSetType
from _pytest.compat import safe_getattr
from _pytest.config import _PluggyPlugin
from _pytest.config import Config
from _pytest.config.argparsing import Parser
from _pytest.deprecated import check_ispytest
from _pytest.deprecated import MARKED_FIXTURE
from _pytest.deprecated import YIELD_FIXTURE
from _pytest.mark import Mark
from _pytest.mark import ParameterSet
from _pytest.mark.structures import MarkDecorator
from _pytest.outcomes import fail
from _pytest.outcomes import skip
from _pytest.outcomes import TEST_OUTCOME
from _pytest.pathlib import absolutepath
from _pytest.pathlib import bestrelpath
from _pytest.scope import _ScopeName
from _pytest.scope import HIGH_SCOPES
from _pytest.scope import Scope

    from typing import Deque

    from _pytest.main import Session
    from _pytest.python import CallSpec2
    from _pytest.python import Function
    from _pytest.python import Metafunc

# The value of the fixture -- return/yield of the fixture function (type variable).
FixtureValue = TypeVar("FixtureValue")
# The type of the fixture function (type variable).
FixtureFunction = TypeVar("FixtureFunction", bound=Callable[..., object])
# The type of a fixture function (type alias generic in fixture value).
_FixtureFunc = Union[
    Callable[..., FixtureValue], Callable[..., Generator[FixtureValue, None, None]]
# The type of FixtureDef.cached_result (type alias generic in fixture value).
_FixtureCachedResult = Union[
        # The result.
        # Cache key.
        # Cache key.
        # Exception if raised.

class PseudoFixtureDef(Generic[FixtureValue]):
    cached_result: "_FixtureCachedResult[FixtureValue]"
    _scope: Scope

def pytest_sessionstart(session: "Session") -> None:
    session._fixturemanager = FixtureManager(session)

def get_scope_package(
    node: nodes.Item,
    fixturedef: "FixtureDef[object]",
) -> Optional[Union[nodes.Item, nodes.Collector]]:
    from _pytest.python import Package

    current: Optional[Union[nodes.Item, nodes.Collector]] = node
    while current and (
        not isinstance(current, Package) or current.nodeid != fixturedef.baseid
        current = current.parent  # type: ignore[assignment]
    if current is None:
        return node.session
    return current

def get_scope_node(
    node: nodes.Node, scope: Scope
) -> Optional[Union[nodes.Item, nodes.Collector]]:
    import _pytest.python

    if scope is Scope.Function:
        return node.getparent(nodes.Item)
    elif scope is Scope.Class:
        return node.getparent(_pytest.python.Class)
    elif scope is Scope.Module:
        return node.getparent(_pytest.python.Module)
    elif scope is Scope.Package:
        return node.getparent(_pytest.python.Package)
    elif scope is Scope.Session:
        return node.getparent(_pytest.main.Session)

def getfixturemarker(obj: object) -> Optional["FixtureFunctionMarker"]:
    """Return fixturemarker or None if it doesn't exist or raised
    return cast(
        safe_getattr(obj, "_pytestfixturefunction", None),

class FixtureArgKey:
    argname: str
    param_index: int
    scoped_item_path: Optional[Path]
    item_cls: Optional[type]

def get_parametrized_fixture_keys(
    item: nodes.Item, scope: Scope
) -> Iterator[FixtureArgKey]:
    """Return list of keys for all parametrized arguments which match
    the specified scope."""
    assert scope is not Scope.Function
        callspec = item.callspec  # type: ignore[attr-defined]
    except AttributeError:
        cs: CallSpec2 = callspec
        # cs.indices is random order of argnames.  Need to
        # sort this so that different calls to
        # get_parametrized_fixture_keys will be deterministic.
        for argname in sorted(cs.indices):
            if cs._arg2scope[argname] != scope:

            item_cls = None
            if scope is Scope.Session:
                scoped_item_path = None
            elif scope is Scope.Package:
                scoped_item_path = item.path
            elif scope is Scope.Module:
                scoped_item_path = item.path
            elif scope is Scope.Class:
                scoped_item_path = item.path
                item_cls = item.cls  # type: ignore[attr-defined]

            param_index = cs.indices[argname]
            yield FixtureArgKey(argname, param_index, scoped_item_path, item_cls)

# Algorithm for sorting on a per-parametrized resource setup basis.
# It is called for Session scope first and performs sorting
# down to the lower scopes such as to minimize number of "high scope"
# setups and teardowns.

def reorder_items(items: Sequence[nodes.Item]) -> List[nodes.Item]:
    argkeys_cache: Dict[Scope, Dict[nodes.Item, Dict[FixtureArgKey, None]]] = {}
    items_by_argkey: Dict[Scope, Dict[FixtureArgKey, Deque[nodes.Item]]] = {}
    for scope in HIGH_SCOPES:
        scoped_argkeys_cache = argkeys_cache[scope] = {}
        scoped_items_by_argkey = items_by_argkey[scope] = defaultdict(deque)
        for item in items:
            keys = dict.fromkeys(get_parametrized_fixture_keys(item, scope), None)
            if keys:
                scoped_argkeys_cache[item] = keys
                for key in keys:
    items_dict = dict.fromkeys(items, None)
    return list(
        reorder_items_atscope(items_dict, argkeys_cache, items_by_argkey, Scope.Session)

def fix_cache_order(
    item: nodes.Item,
    argkeys_cache: Dict[Scope, Dict[nodes.Item, Dict[FixtureArgKey, None]]],
    items_by_argkey: Dict[Scope, Dict[FixtureArgKey, "Deque[nodes.Item]"]],
) -> None:
    for scope in HIGH_SCOPES:
        for key in argkeys_cache[scope].get(item, []):

def reorder_items_atscope(
    items: Dict[nodes.Item, None],
    argkeys_cache: Dict[Scope, Dict[nodes.Item, Dict[FixtureArgKey, None]]],
    items_by_argkey: Dict[Scope, Dict[FixtureArgKey, "Deque[nodes.Item]"]],
    scope: Scope,
) -> Dict[nodes.Item, None]:
    if scope is Scope.Function or len(items) < 3:
        return items
    ignore: Set[Optional[FixtureArgKey]] = set()
    items_deque = deque(items)
    items_done: Dict[nodes.Item, None] = {}
    scoped_items_by_argkey = items_by_argkey[scope]
    scoped_argkeys_cache = argkeys_cache[scope]
    while items_deque:
        no_argkey_group: Dict[nodes.Item, None] = {}
        slicing_argkey = None
        while items_deque:
            item = items_deque.popleft()
            if item in items_done or item in no_argkey_group:
            argkeys = dict.fromkeys(
                (k for k in scoped_argkeys_cache.get(item, []) if k not in ignore), None
            if not argkeys:
                no_argkey_group[item] = None
                slicing_argkey, _ = argkeys.popitem()
                # We don't have to remove relevant items from later in the
                # deque because they'll just be ignored.
                matching_items = [
                    i for i in scoped_items_by_argkey[slicing_argkey] if i in items
                for i in reversed(matching_items):
                    fix_cache_order(i, argkeys_cache, items_by_argkey)
        if no_argkey_group:
            no_argkey_group = reorder_items_atscope(
                no_argkey_group, argkeys_cache, items_by_argkey, scope.next_lower()
            for item in no_argkey_group:
                items_done[item] = None
    return items_done

class FuncFixtureInfo:
    """Fixture-related information for a fixture-requesting item (e.g. test

    This is used to examine the fixtures which an item requests statically
    (known during collection). This includes autouse fixtures, fixtures
    requested by the `usefixtures` marker, fixtures requested in the function
    parameters, and the transitive closure of these.

    An item may also request fixtures dynamically (using `request.getfixturevalue`);
    these are not reflected here.

    __slots__ = ("argnames", "initialnames", "names_closure", "name2fixturedefs")

    # Fixture names that the item requests directly by function parameters.
    argnames: Tuple[str, ...]
    # Fixture names that the item immediately requires. These include
    # argnames + fixture names specified via usefixtures and via autouse=True in
    # fixture definitions.
    initialnames: Tuple[str, ...]
    # The transitive closure of the fixture names that the item requires.
    # Note: can't include dynamic dependencies (`request.getfixturevalue` calls).
    names_closure: List[str]
    # A map from a fixture name in the transitive closure to the FixtureDefs
    # matching the name which are applicable to this function.
    # There may be multiple overriding fixtures with the same name. The
    # sequence is ordered from furthest to closes to the function.
    name2fixturedefs: Dict[str, Sequence["FixtureDef[Any]"]]

    def prune_dependency_tree(self) -> None:
        """Recompute names_closure from initialnames and name2fixturedefs.

        Can only reduce names_closure, which means that the new closure will
        always be a subset of the old one. The order is preserved.

        This method is needed because direct parametrization may shadow some
        of the fixtures that were included in the originally built dependency
        tree. In this way the dependency tree can get pruned, and the closure
        of argnames may get reduced.
        closure: Set[str] = set()
        working_set = set(self.initialnames)
        while working_set:
            argname = working_set.pop()
            # Argname may be smth not included in the original names_closure,
            # in which case we ignore it. This currently happens with pseudo
            # FixtureDefs which wrap 'get_direct_param_fixture_func(request)'.
            # So they introduce the new dependency 'request' which might have
            # been missing in the original tree (closure).
            if argname not in closure and argname in self.names_closure:
                if argname in self.name2fixturedefs:

        self.names_closure[:] = sorted(closure, key=self.names_closure.index)

[docs] class FixtureRequest(abc.ABC): """The type of the ``request`` fixture. A request object gives access to the requesting test context and has a ``param`` attribute in case the fixture is parametrized. """ def __init__( self, pyfuncitem: "Function", fixturename: Optional[str], arg2fixturedefs: Dict[str, Sequence["FixtureDef[Any]"]], arg2index: Dict[str, int], fixture_defs: Dict[str, "FixtureDef[Any]"], *, _ispytest: bool = False, ) -> None: check_ispytest(_ispytest) #: Fixture for which this request is being performed. self.fixturename: Final = fixturename self._pyfuncitem: Final = pyfuncitem # The FixtureDefs for each fixture name requested by this item. # Starts from the statically-known fixturedefs resolved during # collection. Dynamically requested fixtures (using # `request.getfixturevalue("foo")`) are added dynamically. self._arg2fixturedefs: Final = arg2fixturedefs # A fixture may override another fixture with the same name, e.g. a fixture # in a module can override a fixture in a conftest, a fixture in a class can # override a fixture in the module, and so on. # An overriding fixture can request its own name; in this case it gets # the value of the fixture it overrides, one level up. # The _arg2index state keeps the current depth in the overriding chain. # The fixturedefs list in _arg2fixturedefs for a given name is ordered from # furthest to closest, so we use negative indexing -1, -2, ... to go from # last to first. self._arg2index: Final = arg2index # The evaluated argnames so far, mapping to the FixtureDef they resolved # to. self._fixture_defs: Final = fixture_defs # Notes on the type of `param`: # -`request.param` is only defined in parametrized fixtures, and will raise # AttributeError otherwise. Python typing has no notion of "undefined", so # this cannot be reflected in the type. # - Technically `param` is only (possibly) defined on SubRequest, not # FixtureRequest, but the typing of that is still in flux so this cheats. # - In the future we might consider using a generic for the param type, but # for now just using Any. self.param: Any @property def _fixturemanager(self) -> "FixtureManager": return self._pyfuncitem.session._fixturemanager @property @abc.abstractmethod def _scope(self) -> Scope: raise NotImplementedError() @property def scope(self) -> _ScopeName: """Scope string, one of "function", "class", "module", "package", "session".""" return self._scope.value @property def fixturenames(self) -> List[str]: """Names of all active fixtures in this request.""" result = list(self._pyfuncitem.fixturenames) result.extend(set(self._fixture_defs).difference(result)) return result @property @abc.abstractmethod def node(self): """Underlying collection node (depends on current request scope).""" raise NotImplementedError() def _getnextfixturedef(self, argname: str) -> "FixtureDef[Any]": fixturedefs = self._arg2fixturedefs.get(argname, None) if fixturedefs is None: # We arrive here because of a dynamic call to # getfixturevalue(argname) usage which was naturally # not known at parsing/collection time. assert self._pyfuncitem.parent is not None parentid = self._pyfuncitem.parent.nodeid fixturedefs = self._fixturemanager.getfixturedefs(argname, parentid) if fixturedefs is not None: self._arg2fixturedefs[argname] = fixturedefs # No fixtures defined with this name. if fixturedefs is None: raise FixtureLookupError(argname, self) # The are no fixtures with this name applicable for the function. if not fixturedefs: raise FixtureLookupError(argname, self) index = self._arg2index.get(argname, 0) - 1 # The fixture requested its own name, but no remaining to override. if -index > len(fixturedefs): raise FixtureLookupError(argname, self) self._arg2index[argname] = index return fixturedefs[index] @property def config(self) -> Config: """The pytest config object associated with this request.""" return self._pyfuncitem.config # type: ignore[no-any-return] @property def function(self): """Test function object if the request has a per-function scope.""" if self.scope != "function": raise AttributeError( f"function not available in {self.scope}-scoped context" ) return self._pyfuncitem.obj @property def cls(self): """Class (can be None) where the test function was collected.""" if self.scope not in ("class", "function"): raise AttributeError(f"cls not available in {self.scope}-scoped context") clscol = self._pyfuncitem.getparent(_pytest.python.Class) if clscol: return clscol.obj @property def instance(self): """Instance (can be None) on which test function was collected.""" # unittest support hack, see _pytest.unittest.TestCaseFunction. try: return self._pyfuncitem._testcase # type: ignore[attr-defined] except AttributeError: function = getattr(self, "function", None) return getattr(function, "__self__", None) @property def module(self): """Python module object where the test function was collected.""" if self.scope not in ("function", "class", "module"): raise AttributeError(f"module not available in {self.scope}-scoped context") mod = self._pyfuncitem.getparent(_pytest.python.Module) assert mod is not None return mod.obj @property def path(self) -> Path: """Path where the test function was collected.""" if self.scope not in ("function", "class", "module", "package"): raise AttributeError(f"path not available in {self.scope}-scoped context") return self._pyfuncitem.path @property def keywords(self) -> MutableMapping[str, Any]: """Keywords/markers dictionary for the underlying node.""" node: nodes.Node = self.node return node.keywords @property def session(self) -> "Session": """Pytest session object.""" return self._pyfuncitem.session # type: ignore[no-any-return]
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def addfinalizer(self, finalizer: Callable[[], object]) -> None: """Add finalizer/teardown function to be called without arguments after the last test within the requesting test context finished execution.""" raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] def applymarker(self, marker: Union[str, MarkDecorator]) -> None: """Apply a marker to a single test function invocation. This method is useful if you don't want to have a keyword/marker on all function invocations. :param marker: An object created by a call to ``pytest.mark.NAME(...)``. """ self.node.add_marker(marker)
[docs] def raiseerror(self, msg: Optional[str]) -> NoReturn: """Raise a FixtureLookupError exception. :param msg: An optional custom error message. """ raise self._fixturemanager.FixtureLookupError(None, self, msg)
[docs] def getfixturevalue(self, argname: str) -> Any: """Dynamically run a named fixture function. Declaring fixtures via function argument is recommended where possible. But if you can only decide whether to use another fixture at test setup time, you may use this function to retrieve it inside a fixture or test function body. This method can be used during the test setup phase or the test run phase, but during the test teardown phase a fixture's value may not be available. :param argname: The fixture name. :raises pytest.FixtureLookupError: If the given fixture could not be found. """ fixturedef = self._get_active_fixturedef(argname) assert fixturedef.cached_result is not None, ( f'The fixture value for "{argname}" is not available. ' "This can happen when the fixture has already been torn down." ) return fixturedef.cached_result[0]
def _get_active_fixturedef( self, argname: str ) -> Union["FixtureDef[object]", PseudoFixtureDef[object]]: fixturedef = self._fixture_defs.get(argname) if fixturedef is None: try: fixturedef = self._getnextfixturedef(argname) except FixtureLookupError: if argname == "request": cached_result = (self, [0], None) return PseudoFixtureDef(cached_result, Scope.Function) raise self._compute_fixture_value(fixturedef) self._fixture_defs[argname] = fixturedef return fixturedef def _get_fixturestack(self) -> List["FixtureDef[Any]"]: current = self values: List[FixtureDef[Any]] = [] while isinstance(current, SubRequest): values.append(current._fixturedef) # type: ignore[has-type] current = current._parent_request values.reverse() return values def _compute_fixture_value(self, fixturedef: "FixtureDef[object]") -> None: """Create a SubRequest based on "self" and call the execute method of the given FixtureDef object. This will force the FixtureDef object to throw away any previous results and compute a new fixture value, which will be stored into the FixtureDef object itself. """ # prepare a subrequest object before calling fixture function # (latter managed by fixturedef) argname = fixturedef.argname funcitem = self._pyfuncitem scope = fixturedef._scope try: callspec = funcitem.callspec except AttributeError: callspec = None if callspec is not None and argname in callspec.params: param = callspec.params[argname] param_index = callspec.indices[argname] # If a parametrize invocation set a scope it will override # the static scope defined with the fixture function. with suppress(KeyError): scope = callspec._arg2scope[argname] else: param = NOTSET param_index = 0 has_params = fixturedef.params is not None fixtures_not_supported = getattr(funcitem, "nofuncargs", False) if has_params and fixtures_not_supported: msg = ( "{name} does not support fixtures, maybe unittest.TestCase subclass?\n" "Node id: {nodeid}\n" "Function type: {typename}" ).format(, nodeid=funcitem.nodeid, typename=type(funcitem).__name__, ) fail(msg, pytrace=False) if has_params: frame = inspect.stack()[3] frameinfo = inspect.getframeinfo(frame[0]) source_path = absolutepath(frameinfo.filename) source_lineno = frameinfo.lineno try: source_path_str = str( source_path.relative_to(funcitem.config.rootpath) ) except ValueError: source_path_str = str(source_path) msg = ( "The requested fixture has no parameter defined for test:\n" " {}\n\n" "Requested fixture '{}' defined in:\n{}" "\n\nRequested here:\n{}:{}".format( funcitem.nodeid, fixturedef.argname, getlocation(fixturedef.func, funcitem.config.rootpath), source_path_str, source_lineno, ) ) fail(msg, pytrace=False) subrequest = SubRequest( self, scope, param, param_index, fixturedef, _ispytest=True ) # Check if a higher-level scoped fixture accesses a lower level one. subrequest._check_scope(argname, self._scope, scope) try: # Call the fixture function. fixturedef.execute(request=subrequest) finally: self._schedule_finalizers(fixturedef, subrequest) def _schedule_finalizers( self, fixturedef: "FixtureDef[object]", subrequest: "SubRequest" ) -> None: # If fixture function failed it might have registered finalizers. finalizer = functools.partial(fixturedef.finish, request=subrequest) subrequest.node.addfinalizer(finalizer)
@final class TopRequest(FixtureRequest): """The type of the ``request`` fixture in a test function.""" def __init__(self, pyfuncitem: "Function", *, _ispytest: bool = False) -> None: super().__init__( fixturename=None, pyfuncitem=pyfuncitem, arg2fixturedefs=pyfuncitem._fixtureinfo.name2fixturedefs.copy(), arg2index={}, fixture_defs={}, _ispytest=_ispytest, ) @property def _scope(self) -> Scope: return Scope.Function @property def node(self): return self._pyfuncitem def __repr__(self) -> str: return "<FixtureRequest for %r>" % (self.node) def _fillfixtures(self) -> None: item = self._pyfuncitem for argname in item.fixturenames: if argname not in item.funcargs: item.funcargs[argname] = self.getfixturevalue(argname) def addfinalizer(self, finalizer: Callable[[], object]) -> None: self.node.addfinalizer(finalizer) @final class SubRequest(FixtureRequest): """The type of the ``request`` fixture in a fixture function requested (transitively) by a test function.""" def __init__( self, request: FixtureRequest, scope: Scope, param: Any, param_index: int, fixturedef: "FixtureDef[object]", *, _ispytest: bool = False, ) -> None: super().__init__( pyfuncitem=request._pyfuncitem, fixturename=fixturedef.argname, fixture_defs=request._fixture_defs, arg2fixturedefs=request._arg2fixturedefs, arg2index=request._arg2index, _ispytest=_ispytest, ) self._parent_request: Final[FixtureRequest] = request self._scope_field: Final = scope self._fixturedef: Final = fixturedef if param is not NOTSET: self.param = param self.param_index: Final = param_index def __repr__(self) -> str: return f"<SubRequest {self.fixturename!r} for {self._pyfuncitem!r}>" @property def _scope(self) -> Scope: return self._scope_field @property def node(self): scope = self._scope if scope is Scope.Function: # This might also be a non-function Item despite its attribute name. node: Optional[Union[nodes.Item, nodes.Collector]] = self._pyfuncitem elif scope is Scope.Package: node = get_scope_package(self._pyfuncitem, self._fixturedef) else: node = get_scope_node(self._pyfuncitem, scope) if node is None and scope is Scope.Class: # Fallback to function item itself. node = self._pyfuncitem assert node, 'Could not obtain a node for scope "{}" for function {!r}'.format( scope, self._pyfuncitem ) return node def _check_scope( self, argname: str, invoking_scope: Scope, requested_scope: Scope, ) -> None: if argname == "request": return if invoking_scope > requested_scope: # Try to report something helpful. text = "\n".join(self._factorytraceback()) fail( f"ScopeMismatch: You tried to access the {requested_scope.value} scoped " f"fixture {argname} with a {invoking_scope.value} scoped request object, " f"involved factories:\n{text}", pytrace=False, ) def _factorytraceback(self) -> List[str]: lines = [] for fixturedef in self._get_fixturestack(): factory = fixturedef.func fs, lineno = getfslineno(factory) if isinstance(fs, Path): session: Session = self._pyfuncitem.session p = bestrelpath(session.path, fs) else: p = fs lines.append( "%s:%d: def %s%s" % (p, lineno + 1, factory.__name__, inspect.signature(factory)) ) return lines def addfinalizer(self, finalizer: Callable[[], object]) -> None: self._fixturedef.addfinalizer(finalizer) def _schedule_finalizers( self, fixturedef: "FixtureDef[object]", subrequest: "SubRequest" ) -> None: # If the executing fixturedef was not explicitly requested in the argument list (via # getfixturevalue inside the fixture call) then ensure this fixture def will be finished # first. if ( fixturedef.argname not in self._fixture_defs and fixturedef.argname not in self._pyfuncitem.fixturenames ): fixturedef.addfinalizer( functools.partial(self._fixturedef.finish, request=self) ) super()._schedule_finalizers(fixturedef, subrequest) @final class FixtureLookupError(LookupError): """Could not return a requested fixture (missing or invalid).""" def __init__( self, argname: Optional[str], request: FixtureRequest, msg: Optional[str] = None ) -> None: self.argname = argname self.request = request self.fixturestack = request._get_fixturestack() self.msg = msg def formatrepr(self) -> "FixtureLookupErrorRepr": tblines: List[str] = [] addline = tblines.append stack = [self.request._pyfuncitem.obj] stack.extend(map(lambda x: x.func, self.fixturestack)) msg = self.msg if msg is not None: # The last fixture raise an error, let's present # it at the requesting side. stack = stack[:-1] for function in stack: fspath, lineno = getfslineno(function) try: lines, _ = inspect.getsourcelines(get_real_func(function)) except (OSError, IndexError, TypeError): error_msg = "file %s, line %s: source code not available" addline(error_msg % (fspath, lineno + 1)) else: addline(f"file {fspath}, line {lineno + 1}") for i, line in enumerate(lines): line = line.rstrip() addline(" " + line) if line.lstrip().startswith("def"): break if msg is None: fm = self.request._fixturemanager available = set() parent = self.request._pyfuncitem.parent assert parent is not None parentid = parent.nodeid for name, fixturedefs in fm._arg2fixturedefs.items(): faclist = list(fm._matchfactories(fixturedefs, parentid)) if faclist: available.add(name) if self.argname in available: msg = " recursive dependency involving fixture '{}' detected".format( self.argname ) else: msg = f"fixture '{self.argname}' not found" msg += "\n available fixtures: {}".format(", ".join(sorted(available))) msg += "\n use 'pytest --fixtures [testpath]' for help on them." return FixtureLookupErrorRepr(fspath, lineno, tblines, msg, self.argname) class FixtureLookupErrorRepr(TerminalRepr): def __init__( self, filename: Union[str, "os.PathLike[str]"], firstlineno: int, tblines: Sequence[str], errorstring: str, argname: Optional[str], ) -> None: self.tblines = tblines self.errorstring = errorstring self.filename = filename self.firstlineno = firstlineno self.argname = argname def toterminal(self, tw: TerminalWriter) -> None: # tw.line("FixtureLookupError: %s" %(self.argname), red=True) for tbline in self.tblines: tw.line(tbline.rstrip()) lines = self.errorstring.split("\n") if lines: tw.line( f"{FormattedExcinfo.fail_marker} {lines[0].strip()}", red=True, ) for line in lines[1:]: tw.line( f"{FormattedExcinfo.flow_marker} {line.strip()}", red=True, ) tw.line() tw.line("%s:%d" % (os.fspath(self.filename), self.firstlineno + 1)) def fail_fixturefunc(fixturefunc, msg: str) -> NoReturn: fs, lineno = getfslineno(fixturefunc) location = f"{fs}:{lineno + 1}" source = _pytest._code.Source(fixturefunc) fail(msg + ":\n\n" + str(source.indent()) + "\n" + location, pytrace=False) def call_fixture_func( fixturefunc: "_FixtureFunc[FixtureValue]", request: FixtureRequest, kwargs ) -> FixtureValue: if is_generator(fixturefunc): fixturefunc = cast( Callable[..., Generator[FixtureValue, None, None]], fixturefunc ) generator = fixturefunc(**kwargs) try: fixture_result = next(generator) except StopIteration: raise ValueError(f"{request.fixturename} did not yield a value") from None finalizer = functools.partial(_teardown_yield_fixture, fixturefunc, generator) request.addfinalizer(finalizer) else: fixturefunc = cast(Callable[..., FixtureValue], fixturefunc) fixture_result = fixturefunc(**kwargs) return fixture_result def _teardown_yield_fixture(fixturefunc, it) -> None: """Execute the teardown of a fixture function by advancing the iterator after the yield and ensure the iteration ends (if not it means there is more than one yield in the function).""" try: next(it) except StopIteration: pass else: fail_fixturefunc(fixturefunc, "fixture function has more than one 'yield'") def _eval_scope_callable( scope_callable: Callable[[str, Config], _ScopeName], fixture_name: str, config: Config, ) -> _ScopeName: try: # Type ignored because there is no typing mechanism to specify # keyword arguments, currently. result = scope_callable(fixture_name=fixture_name, config=config) # type: ignore[call-arg] except Exception as e: raise TypeError( "Error evaluating {} while defining fixture '{}'.\n" "Expected a function with the signature (*, fixture_name, config)".format( scope_callable, fixture_name ) ) from e if not isinstance(result, str): fail( "Expected {} to return a 'str' while defining fixture '{}', but it returned:\n" "{!r}".format(scope_callable, fixture_name, result), pytrace=False, ) return result
[docs] @final class FixtureDef(Generic[FixtureValue]): """A container for a fixture definition. Note: At this time, only explicitly documented fields and methods are considered public stable API. """ def __init__( self, fixturemanager: "FixtureManager", baseid: Optional[str], argname: str, func: "_FixtureFunc[FixtureValue]", scope: Union[Scope, _ScopeName, Callable[[str, Config], _ScopeName], None], params: Optional[Sequence[object]], unittest: bool = False, ids: Optional[ Union[Tuple[Optional[object], ...], Callable[[Any], Optional[object]]] ] = None, *, _ispytest: bool = False, ) -> None: check_ispytest(_ispytest) self._fixturemanager = fixturemanager # The "base" node ID for the fixture. # # This is a node ID prefix. A fixture is only available to a node (e.g. # a `Function` item) if the fixture's baseid is a parent of the node's # nodeid (see the `iterparentnodeids` function for what constitutes a # "parent" and a "prefix" in this context). # # For a fixture found in a Collector's object (e.g. a `Module`s module, # a `Class`'s class), the baseid is the Collector's nodeid. # # For a fixture found in a conftest plugin, the baseid is the conftest's # directory path relative to the rootdir. # # For other plugins, the baseid is the empty string (always matches). self.baseid: Final = baseid or "" # Whether the fixture was found from a node or a conftest in the # collection tree. Will be false for fixtures defined in non-conftest # plugins. self.has_location: Final = baseid is not None # The fixture factory function. self.func: Final = func # The name by which the fixture may be requested. self.argname: Final = argname if scope is None: scope = Scope.Function elif callable(scope): scope = _eval_scope_callable(scope, argname, fixturemanager.config) if isinstance(scope, str): scope = Scope.from_user( scope, descr=f"Fixture '{func.__name__}'", where=baseid ) self._scope: Final = scope # If the fixture is directly parametrized, the parameter values. self.params: Final = params # If the fixture is directly parametrized, a tuple of explicit IDs to # assign to the parameter values, or a callable to generate an ID given # a parameter value. self.ids: Final = ids # The names requested by the fixtures. self.argnames: Final = getfuncargnames(func, name=argname, is_method=unittest) # Whether the fixture was collected from a unittest TestCase class. self.unittest: Final = unittest # If the fixture was executed, the current value of the fixture. # Can change if the fixture is executed with different parameters. self.cached_result: Optional[_FixtureCachedResult[FixtureValue]] = None self._finalizers: Final[List[Callable[[], object]]] = [] @property def scope(self) -> _ScopeName: """Scope string, one of "function", "class", "module", "package", "session".""" return self._scope.value def addfinalizer(self, finalizer: Callable[[], object]) -> None: self._finalizers.append(finalizer) def finish(self, request: SubRequest) -> None: exc = None try: while self._finalizers: try: func = self._finalizers.pop() func() except BaseException as e: # XXX Only first exception will be seen by user, # ideally all should be reported. if exc is None: exc = e if exc: raise exc finally: ihook = request.node.ihook ihook.pytest_fixture_post_finalizer(fixturedef=self, request=request) # Even if finalization fails, we invalidate the cached fixture # value and remove all finalizers because they may be bound methods # which will keep instances alive. self.cached_result = None self._finalizers.clear() def execute(self, request: SubRequest) -> FixtureValue: # Get required arguments and register our own finish() # with their finalization. for argname in self.argnames: fixturedef = request._get_active_fixturedef(argname) if argname != "request": # PseudoFixtureDef is only for "request". assert isinstance(fixturedef, FixtureDef) fixturedef.addfinalizer(functools.partial(self.finish, request=request)) my_cache_key = self.cache_key(request) if self.cached_result is not None: cache_key = self.cached_result[1] # note: comparison with `==` can fail (or be expensive) for e.g. # numpy arrays (#6497). if my_cache_key is cache_key: if self.cached_result[2] is not None: exc = self.cached_result[2] raise exc else: result = self.cached_result[0] return result # We have a previous but differently parametrized fixture instance # so we need to tear it down before creating a new one. self.finish(request) assert self.cached_result is None ihook = request.node.ihook result = ihook.pytest_fixture_setup(fixturedef=self, request=request) return result def cache_key(self, request: SubRequest) -> object: return request.param_index if not hasattr(request, "param") else request.param def __repr__(self) -> str: return "<FixtureDef argname={!r} scope={!r} baseid={!r}>".format( self.argname, self.scope, self.baseid )
def resolve_fixture_function( fixturedef: FixtureDef[FixtureValue], request: FixtureRequest ) -> "_FixtureFunc[FixtureValue]": """Get the actual callable that can be called to obtain the fixture value, dealing with unittest-specific instances and bound methods.""" fixturefunc = fixturedef.func if fixturedef.unittest: if request.instance is not None: # Bind the unbound method to the TestCase instance. fixturefunc = fixturedef.func.__get__(request.instance) # type: ignore[union-attr] else: # The fixture function needs to be bound to the actual # request.instance so that code working with "fixturedef" behaves # as expected. if request.instance is not None: # Handle the case where fixture is defined not in a test class, but some other class # (for example a plugin class with a fixture), see #2270. if hasattr(fixturefunc, "__self__") and not isinstance( request.instance, fixturefunc.__self__.__class__ # type: ignore[union-attr] ): return fixturefunc fixturefunc = getimfunc(fixturedef.func) if fixturefunc != fixturedef.func: fixturefunc = fixturefunc.__get__(request.instance) # type: ignore[union-attr] return fixturefunc def pytest_fixture_setup( fixturedef: FixtureDef[FixtureValue], request: SubRequest ) -> FixtureValue: """Execution of fixture setup.""" kwargs = {} for argname in fixturedef.argnames: fixdef = request._get_active_fixturedef(argname) assert fixdef.cached_result is not None result, arg_cache_key, exc = fixdef.cached_result request._check_scope(argname, request._scope, fixdef._scope) kwargs[argname] = result fixturefunc = resolve_fixture_function(fixturedef, request) my_cache_key = fixturedef.cache_key(request) try: result = call_fixture_func(fixturefunc, request, kwargs) except TEST_OUTCOME as e: if isinstance(e, skip.Exception): # The test requested a fixture which caused a skip. # Don't show the fixture as the skip location, as then the user # wouldn't know which test skipped. e._use_item_location = True fixturedef.cached_result = (None, my_cache_key, e) raise fixturedef.cached_result = (result, my_cache_key, None) return result def wrap_function_to_error_out_if_called_directly( function: FixtureFunction, fixture_marker: "FixtureFunctionMarker", ) -> FixtureFunction: """Wrap the given fixture function so we can raise an error about it being called directly, instead of used as an argument in a test function.""" message = ( 'Fixture "{name}" called directly. Fixtures are not meant to be called directly,\n' "but are created automatically when test functions request them as parameters.\n" "See for more information about fixtures, and\n" " about how to update your code." ).format( or function.__name__) @functools.wraps(function) def result(*args, **kwargs): fail(message, pytrace=False) # Keep reference to the original function in our own custom attribute so we don't unwrap # further than this point and lose useful wrappings like @mock.patch (#3774). result.__pytest_wrapped__ = _PytestWrapper(function) # type: ignore[attr-defined] return cast(FixtureFunction, result) @final @dataclasses.dataclass(frozen=True) class FixtureFunctionMarker: scope: "Union[_ScopeName, Callable[[str, Config], _ScopeName]]" params: Optional[Tuple[object, ...]] autouse: bool = False ids: Optional[ Union[Tuple[Optional[object], ...], Callable[[Any], Optional[object]]] ] = None name: Optional[str] = None _ispytest: dataclasses.InitVar[bool] = False def __post_init__(self, _ispytest: bool) -> None: check_ispytest(_ispytest) def __call__(self, function: FixtureFunction) -> FixtureFunction: if inspect.isclass(function): raise ValueError("class fixtures not supported (maybe in the future)") if getattr(function, "_pytestfixturefunction", False): raise ValueError( "fixture is being applied more than once to the same function" ) if hasattr(function, "pytestmark"): warnings.warn(MARKED_FIXTURE, stacklevel=2) function = wrap_function_to_error_out_if_called_directly(function, self) name = or function.__name__ if name == "request": location = getlocation(function) fail( "'request' is a reserved word for fixtures, use another name:\n {}".format( location ), pytrace=False, ) # Type ignored because function._pytestfixturefunction = self # type: ignore[attr-defined] return function @overload def fixture( fixture_function: FixtureFunction, *, scope: "Union[_ScopeName, Callable[[str, Config], _ScopeName]]" = ..., params: Optional[Iterable[object]] = ..., autouse: bool = ..., ids: Optional[ Union[Sequence[Optional[object]], Callable[[Any], Optional[object]]] ] = ..., name: Optional[str] = ..., ) -> FixtureFunction: ... @overload def fixture( # noqa: F811 fixture_function: None = ..., *, scope: "Union[_ScopeName, Callable[[str, Config], _ScopeName]]" = ..., params: Optional[Iterable[object]] = ..., autouse: bool = ..., ids: Optional[ Union[Sequence[Optional[object]], Callable[[Any], Optional[object]]] ] = ..., name: Optional[str] = None, ) -> FixtureFunctionMarker: ...
[docs] def fixture( # noqa: F811 fixture_function: Optional[FixtureFunction] = None, *, scope: "Union[_ScopeName, Callable[[str, Config], _ScopeName]]" = "function", params: Optional[Iterable[object]] = None, autouse: bool = False, ids: Optional[ Union[Sequence[Optional[object]], Callable[[Any], Optional[object]]] ] = None, name: Optional[str] = None, ) -> Union[FixtureFunctionMarker, FixtureFunction]: """Decorator to mark a fixture factory function. This decorator can be used, with or without parameters, to define a fixture function. The name of the fixture function can later be referenced to cause its invocation ahead of running tests: test modules or classes can use the ``pytest.mark.usefixtures(fixturename)`` marker. Test functions can directly use fixture names as input arguments in which case the fixture instance returned from the fixture function will be injected. Fixtures can provide their values to test functions using ``return`` or ``yield`` statements. When using ``yield`` the code block after the ``yield`` statement is executed as teardown code regardless of the test outcome, and must yield exactly once. :param scope: The scope for which this fixture is shared; one of ``"function"`` (default), ``"class"``, ``"module"``, ``"package"`` or ``"session"``. This parameter may also be a callable which receives ``(fixture_name, config)`` as parameters, and must return a ``str`` with one of the values mentioned above. See :ref:`dynamic scope` in the docs for more information. :param params: An optional list of parameters which will cause multiple invocations of the fixture function and all of the tests using it. The current parameter is available in ``request.param``. :param autouse: If True, the fixture func is activated for all tests that can see it. If False (the default), an explicit reference is needed to activate the fixture. :param ids: Sequence of ids each corresponding to the params so that they are part of the test id. If no ids are provided they will be generated automatically from the params. :param name: The name of the fixture. This defaults to the name of the decorated function. If a fixture is used in the same module in which it is defined, the function name of the fixture will be shadowed by the function arg that requests the fixture; one way to resolve this is to name the decorated function ``fixture_<fixturename>`` and then use ``@pytest.fixture(name='<fixturename>')``. """ fixture_marker = FixtureFunctionMarker( scope=scope, params=tuple(params) if params is not None else None, autouse=autouse, ids=None if ids is None else ids if callable(ids) else tuple(ids), name=name, _ispytest=True, ) # Direct decoration. if fixture_function: return fixture_marker(fixture_function) return fixture_marker
def yield_fixture( fixture_function=None, *args, scope="function", params=None, autouse=False, ids=None, name=None, ): """(Return a) decorator to mark a yield-fixture factory function. .. deprecated:: 3.0 Use :py:func:`pytest.fixture` directly instead. """ warnings.warn(YIELD_FIXTURE, stacklevel=2) return fixture( fixture_function, *args, scope=scope, params=params, autouse=autouse, ids=ids, name=name, )
[docs] @fixture(scope="session") def pytestconfig(request: FixtureRequest) -> Config: """Session-scoped fixture that returns the session's :class:`pytest.Config` object. Example:: def test_foo(pytestconfig): if pytestconfig.getoption("verbose") > 0: ... """ return request.config
def pytest_addoption(parser: Parser) -> None: parser.addini( "usefixtures", type="args", default=[], help="List of default fixtures to be used with this project", ) def _get_direct_parametrize_args(node: nodes.Node) -> Set[str]: """Return all direct parametrization arguments of a node, so we don't mistake them for fixtures. Check These things are done later as well when dealing with parametrization so this could be improved. """ parametrize_argnames: Set[str] = set() for marker in node.iter_markers(name="parametrize"): if not marker.kwargs.get("indirect", False): p_argnames, _ = ParameterSet._parse_parametrize_args( *marker.args, **marker.kwargs ) parametrize_argnames.update(p_argnames) return parametrize_argnames def deduplicate_names(*seqs: Iterable[str]) -> Tuple[str, ...]: """De-duplicate the sequence of names while keeping the original order.""" # Ideally we would use a set, but it does not preserve insertion order. return tuple(dict.fromkeys(name for seq in seqs for name in seq)) class FixtureManager: """pytest fixture definitions and information is stored and managed from this class. During collection fm.parsefactories() is called multiple times to parse fixture function definitions into FixtureDef objects and internal data structures. During collection of test functions, metafunc-mechanics instantiate a FuncFixtureInfo object which is cached per node/func-name. This FuncFixtureInfo object is later retrieved by Function nodes which themselves offer a fixturenames attribute. The FuncFixtureInfo object holds information about fixtures and FixtureDefs relevant for a particular function. An initial list of fixtures is assembled like this: - ini-defined usefixtures - autouse-marked fixtures along the collection chain up from the function - usefixtures markers at module/class/function level - test function funcargs Subsequently the funcfixtureinfo.fixturenames attribute is computed as the closure of the fixtures needed to setup the initial fixtures, i.e. fixtures needed by fixture functions themselves are appended to the fixturenames list. Upon the test-setup phases all fixturenames are instantiated, retrieved by a lookup of their FuncFixtureInfo. """ FixtureLookupError = FixtureLookupError FixtureLookupErrorRepr = FixtureLookupErrorRepr def __init__(self, session: "Session") -> None: self.session = session self.config: Config = session.config # Maps a fixture name (argname) to all of the FixtureDefs in the test # suite/plugins defined with this name. Populated by parsefactories(). # TODO: The order of the FixtureDefs list of each arg is significant, # explain. self._arg2fixturedefs: Final[Dict[str, List[FixtureDef[Any]]]] = {} self._holderobjseen: Final[Set[object]] = set() # A mapping from a nodeid to a list of autouse fixtures it defines. self._nodeid_autousenames: Final[Dict[str, List[str]]] = { "": self.config.getini("usefixtures"), } session.config.pluginmanager.register(self, "funcmanage") def getfixtureinfo( self, node: nodes.Item, func: Optional[Callable[..., object]], cls: Optional[type], ) -> FuncFixtureInfo: """Calculate the :class:`FuncFixtureInfo` for an item. If ``func`` is None, or if the item sets an attribute ``nofuncargs = True``, then ``func`` is not examined at all. :param node: The item requesting the fixtures. :param func: The item's function. :param cls: If the function is a method, the method's class. """ if func is not None and not getattr(node, "nofuncargs", False): argnames = getfuncargnames(func,, cls=cls) else: argnames = () usefixturesnames = self._getusefixturesnames(node) autousenames = self._getautousenames(node.nodeid) initialnames = deduplicate_names(autousenames, usefixturesnames, argnames) direct_parametrize_args = _get_direct_parametrize_args(node) names_closure, arg2fixturedefs = self.getfixtureclosure( parentnode=node, initialnames=initialnames, ignore_args=direct_parametrize_args, ) return FuncFixtureInfo(argnames, initialnames, names_closure, arg2fixturedefs) def pytest_plugin_registered(self, plugin: _PluggyPlugin) -> None: nodeid = None try: p = absolutepath(plugin.__file__) # type: ignore[attr-defined] except AttributeError: pass else: # Construct the base nodeid which is later used to check # what fixtures are visible for particular tests (as denoted # by their test id). if == "": try: nodeid = str(p.parent.relative_to(self.config.rootpath)) except ValueError: nodeid = "" if nodeid == ".": nodeid = "" if os.sep != nodes.SEP: nodeid = nodeid.replace(os.sep, nodes.SEP) self.parsefactories(plugin, nodeid) def _getautousenames(self, nodeid: str) -> Iterator[str]: """Return the names of autouse fixtures applicable to nodeid.""" for parentnodeid in nodes.iterparentnodeids(nodeid): basenames = self._nodeid_autousenames.get(parentnodeid) if basenames: yield from basenames def _getusefixturesnames(self, node: nodes.Item) -> Iterator[str]: """Return the names of usefixtures fixtures applicable to node.""" for mark in node.iter_markers(name="usefixtures"): yield from mark.args def getfixtureclosure( self, parentnode: nodes.Node, initialnames: Tuple[str, ...], ignore_args: AbstractSet[str], ) -> Tuple[List[str], Dict[str, Sequence[FixtureDef[Any]]]]: # Collect the closure of all fixtures, starting with the given # fixturenames as the initial set. As we have to visit all # factory definitions anyway, we also return an arg2fixturedefs # mapping so that the caller can reuse it and does not have # to re-discover fixturedefs again for each fixturename # (discovering matching fixtures for a given name/node is expensive). parentid = parentnode.nodeid fixturenames_closure = list(initialnames) arg2fixturedefs: Dict[str, Sequence[FixtureDef[Any]]] = {} lastlen = -1 while lastlen != len(fixturenames_closure): lastlen = len(fixturenames_closure) for argname in fixturenames_closure: if argname in ignore_args: continue if argname in arg2fixturedefs: continue fixturedefs = self.getfixturedefs(argname, parentid) if fixturedefs: arg2fixturedefs[argname] = fixturedefs for arg in fixturedefs[-1].argnames: if arg not in fixturenames_closure: fixturenames_closure.append(arg) def sort_by_scope(arg_name: str) -> Scope: try: fixturedefs = arg2fixturedefs[arg_name] except KeyError: return Scope.Function else: return fixturedefs[-1]._scope fixturenames_closure.sort(key=sort_by_scope, reverse=True) return fixturenames_closure, arg2fixturedefs def pytest_generate_tests(self, metafunc: "Metafunc") -> None: """Generate new tests based on parametrized fixtures used by the given metafunc""" def get_parametrize_mark_argnames(mark: Mark) -> Sequence[str]: args, _ = ParameterSet._parse_parametrize_args(*mark.args, **mark.kwargs) return args for argname in metafunc.fixturenames: # Get the FixtureDefs for the argname. fixture_defs = metafunc._arg2fixturedefs.get(argname) if not fixture_defs: # Will raise FixtureLookupError at setup time if not parametrized somewhere # else (e.g @pytest.mark.parametrize) continue # If the test itself parametrizes using this argname, give it # precedence. if any( argname in get_parametrize_mark_argnames(mark) for mark in metafunc.definition.iter_markers("parametrize") ): continue # In the common case we only look at the fixture def with the # closest scope (last in the list). But if the fixture overrides # another fixture, while requesting the super fixture, keep going # in case the super fixture is parametrized (#1953). for fixturedef in reversed(fixture_defs): # Fixture is parametrized, apply it and stop. if fixturedef.params is not None: metafunc.parametrize( argname, fixturedef.params, indirect=True, scope=fixturedef.scope, ids=fixturedef.ids, ) break # Not requesting the overridden super fixture, stop. if argname not in fixturedef.argnames: break # Try next super fixture, if any. def pytest_collection_modifyitems(self, items: List[nodes.Item]) -> None: # Separate parametrized setups. items[:] = reorder_items(items) @overload def parsefactories( self, node_or_obj: nodes.Node, *, unittest: bool = ..., ) -> None: raise NotImplementedError() @overload def parsefactories( # noqa: F811 self, node_or_obj: object, nodeid: Optional[str], *, unittest: bool = ..., ) -> None: raise NotImplementedError() def parsefactories( # noqa: F811 self, node_or_obj: Union[nodes.Node, object], nodeid: Union[str, NotSetType, None] = NOTSET, *, unittest: bool = False, ) -> None: """Collect fixtures from a collection node or object. Found fixtures are parsed into `FixtureDef`s and saved. If `node_or_object` is a collection node (with an underlying Python object), the node's object is traversed and the node's nodeid is used to determine the fixtures' visibilty. `nodeid` must not be specified in this case. If `node_or_object` is an object (e.g. a plugin), the object is traversed and the given `nodeid` is used to determine the fixtures' visibility. `nodeid` must be specified in this case; None and "" mean total visibility. """ if nodeid is not NOTSET: holderobj = node_or_obj else: assert isinstance(node_or_obj, nodes.Node) holderobj = cast(object, node_or_obj.obj) # type: ignore[attr-defined] assert isinstance(node_or_obj.nodeid, str) nodeid = node_or_obj.nodeid if holderobj in self._holderobjseen: return self._holderobjseen.add(holderobj) autousenames = [] for name in dir(holderobj): # ugly workaround for one of the fspath deprecated property of node # todo: safely generalize if isinstance(holderobj, nodes.Node) and name == "fspath": continue # The attribute can be an arbitrary descriptor, so the attribute # access below can raise. safe_getatt() ignores such exceptions. obj = safe_getattr(holderobj, name, None) marker = getfixturemarker(obj) if not isinstance(marker, FixtureFunctionMarker): # Magic globals with __getattr__ might have got us a wrong # fixture attribute. continue if name = # During fixture definition we wrap the original fixture function # to issue a warning if called directly, so here we unwrap it in # order to not emit the warning when pytest itself calls the # fixture function. obj = get_real_method(obj, holderobj) fixture_def = FixtureDef( fixturemanager=self, baseid=nodeid, argname=name, func=obj, scope=marker.scope, params=marker.params, unittest=unittest, ids=marker.ids, _ispytest=True, ) faclist = self._arg2fixturedefs.setdefault(name, []) if fixture_def.has_location: faclist.append(fixture_def) else: # fixturedefs with no location are at the front # so this inserts the current fixturedef after the # existing fixturedefs from external plugins but # before the fixturedefs provided in conftests. i = len([f for f in faclist if not f.has_location]) faclist.insert(i, fixture_def) if marker.autouse: autousenames.append(name) if autousenames: self._nodeid_autousenames.setdefault(nodeid or "", []).extend(autousenames) def getfixturedefs( self, argname: str, nodeid: str ) -> Optional[Sequence[FixtureDef[Any]]]: """Get FixtureDefs for a fixture name which are applicable to a given node. Returns None if there are no fixtures at all defined with the given name. (This is different from the case in which there are fixtures with the given name, but none applicable to the node. In this case, an empty result is returned). :param argname: Name of the fixture to search for. :param nodeid: Full node id of the requesting test. """ try: fixturedefs = self._arg2fixturedefs[argname] except KeyError: return None return tuple(self._matchfactories(fixturedefs, nodeid)) def _matchfactories( self, fixturedefs: Iterable[FixtureDef[Any]], nodeid: str ) -> Iterator[FixtureDef[Any]]: parentnodeids = set(nodes.iterparentnodeids(nodeid)) for fixturedef in fixturedefs: if fixturedef.baseid in parentnodeids: yield fixturedef