Source code for _pytest.terminal

# mypy: allow-untyped-defs
"""Terminal reporting of the full testing process.

This is a good source for looking at the various reporting hooks.

import argparse
from collections import Counter
import dataclasses
import datetime
from functools import partial
import inspect
from pathlib import Path
import platform
import sys
import textwrap
from typing import Any
from typing import Callable
from typing import ClassVar
from typing import Dict
from typing import final
from typing import Generator
from typing import List
from typing import Literal
from typing import Mapping
from typing import NamedTuple
from typing import Optional
from typing import Sequence
from typing import Set
from typing import TextIO
from typing import Tuple
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING
from typing import Union
import warnings

import pluggy

from _pytest import nodes
from _pytest import timing
from _pytest._code import ExceptionInfo
from _pytest._code.code import ExceptionRepr
from _pytest._io import TerminalWriter
from _pytest._io.wcwidth import wcswidth
import _pytest._version
from _pytest.assertion.util import running_on_ci
from _pytest.config import _PluggyPlugin
from _pytest.config import Config
from _pytest.config import ExitCode
from _pytest.config import hookimpl
from _pytest.config.argparsing import Parser
from _pytest.nodes import Item
from _pytest.nodes import Node
from _pytest.pathlib import absolutepath
from _pytest.pathlib import bestrelpath
from _pytest.reports import BaseReport
from _pytest.reports import CollectReport
from _pytest.reports import TestReport

    from _pytest.main import Session




class MoreQuietAction(argparse.Action):
    """A modified copy of the argparse count action which counts down and updates
    the legacy quiet attribute at the same time.

    Used to unify verbosity handling.

    def __init__(
        option_strings: Sequence[str],
        dest: str,
        default: object = None,
        required: bool = False,
        help: Optional[str] = None,
    ) -> None:

    def __call__(
        parser: argparse.ArgumentParser,
        namespace: argparse.Namespace,
        values: Union[str, Sequence[object], None],
        option_string: Optional[str] = None,
    ) -> None:
        new_count = getattr(namespace, self.dest, 0) - 1
        setattr(namespace, self.dest, new_count)
        # todo Deprecate config.quiet
        namespace.quiet = getattr(namespace, "quiet", 0) + 1

[docs] class TestShortLogReport(NamedTuple): """Used to store the test status result category, shortletter and verbose word. For example ``"rerun", "R", ("RERUN", {"yellow": True})``. :ivar category: The class of result, for example ``“passed”``, ``“skipped”``, ``“error”``, or the empty string. :ivar letter: The short letter shown as testing progresses, for example ``"."``, ``"s"``, ``"E"``, or the empty string. :ivar word: Verbose word is shown as testing progresses in verbose mode, for example ``"PASSED"``, ``"SKIPPED"``, ``"ERROR"``, or the empty string. """ category: str letter: str word: Union[str, Tuple[str, Mapping[str, bool]]]
def pytest_addoption(parser: Parser) -> None: group = parser.getgroup("terminal reporting", "Reporting", after="general") group._addoption( "-v", "--verbose", action="count", default=0, dest="verbose", help="Increase verbosity", ) group._addoption( "--no-header", action="store_true", default=False, dest="no_header", help="Disable header", ) group._addoption( "--no-summary", action="store_true", default=False, dest="no_summary", help="Disable summary", ) group._addoption( "-q", "--quiet", action=MoreQuietAction, default=0, dest="verbose", help="Decrease verbosity", ) group._addoption( "--verbosity", dest="verbose", type=int, default=0, help="Set verbosity. Default: 0.", ) group._addoption( "-r", action="store", dest="reportchars", default=_REPORTCHARS_DEFAULT, metavar="chars", help="Show extra test summary info as specified by chars: (f)ailed, " "(E)rror, (s)kipped, (x)failed, (X)passed, " "(p)assed, (P)assed with output, (a)ll except passed (p/P), or (A)ll. " "(w)arnings are enabled by default (see --disable-warnings), " "'N' can be used to reset the list. (default: 'fE').", ) group._addoption( "--disable-warnings", "--disable-pytest-warnings", default=False, dest="disable_warnings", action="store_true", help="Disable warnings summary", ) group._addoption( "-l", "--showlocals", action="store_true", dest="showlocals", default=False, help="Show locals in tracebacks (disabled by default)", ) group._addoption( "--no-showlocals", action="store_false", dest="showlocals", help="Hide locals in tracebacks (negate --showlocals passed through addopts)", ) group._addoption( "--tb", metavar="style", action="store", dest="tbstyle", default="auto", choices=["auto", "long", "short", "no", "line", "native"], help="Traceback print mode (auto/long/short/line/native/no)", ) group._addoption( "--show-capture", action="store", dest="showcapture", choices=["no", "stdout", "stderr", "log", "all"], default="all", help="Controls how captured stdout/stderr/log is shown on failed tests. " "Default: all.", ) group._addoption( "--fulltrace", "--full-trace", action="store_true", default=False, help="Don't cut any tracebacks (default is to cut)", ) group._addoption( "--color", metavar="color", action="store", dest="color", default="auto", choices=["yes", "no", "auto"], help="Color terminal output (yes/no/auto)", ) group._addoption( "--code-highlight", default="yes", choices=["yes", "no"], help="Whether code should be highlighted (only if --color is also enabled). " "Default: yes.", ) parser.addini( "console_output_style", help='Console output: "classic", or with additional progress information ' '("progress" (percentage) | "count" | "progress-even-when-capture-no" (forces ' "progress even when capture=no)", default="progress", ) Config._add_verbosity_ini( parser, Config.VERBOSITY_TEST_CASES, help=( "Specify a verbosity level for test case execution, overriding the main level. " "Higher levels will provide more detailed information about each test case executed." ), ) def pytest_configure(config: Config) -> None: reporter = TerminalReporter(config, sys.stdout) config.pluginmanager.register(reporter, "terminalreporter") if config.option.debug or config.option.traceconfig: def mywriter(tags, args): msg = " ".join(map(str, args)) reporter.write_line("[traceconfig] " + msg) config.trace.root.setprocessor("pytest:config", mywriter) def getreportopt(config: Config) -> str: reportchars: str = config.option.reportchars old_aliases = {"F", "S"} reportopts = "" for char in reportchars: if char in old_aliases: char = char.lower() if char == "a": reportopts = "sxXEf" elif char == "A": reportopts = "PpsxXEf" elif char == "N": reportopts = "" elif char not in reportopts: reportopts += char if not config.option.disable_warnings and "w" not in reportopts: reportopts = "w" + reportopts elif config.option.disable_warnings and "w" in reportopts: reportopts = reportopts.replace("w", "") return reportopts @hookimpl(trylast=True) # after _pytest.runner def pytest_report_teststatus(report: BaseReport) -> Tuple[str, str, str]: letter = "F" if report.passed: letter = "." elif report.skipped: letter = "s" outcome: str = report.outcome if report.when in ("collect", "setup", "teardown") and outcome == "failed": outcome = "error" letter = "E" return outcome, letter, outcome.upper() @dataclasses.dataclass class WarningReport: """Simple structure to hold warnings information captured by ``pytest_warning_recorded``. :ivar str message: User friendly message about the warning. :ivar str|None nodeid: nodeid that generated the warning (see ``get_location``). :ivar tuple fslocation: File system location of the source of the warning (see ``get_location``). """ message: str nodeid: Optional[str] = None fslocation: Optional[Tuple[str, int]] = None count_towards_summary: ClassVar = True def get_location(self, config: Config) -> Optional[str]: """Return the more user-friendly information about the location of a warning, or None.""" if self.nodeid: return self.nodeid if self.fslocation: filename, linenum = self.fslocation relpath = bestrelpath(config.invocation_params.dir, absolutepath(filename)) return f"{relpath}:{linenum}" return None @final class TerminalReporter: def __init__(self, config: Config, file: Optional[TextIO] = None) -> None: import _pytest.config self.config = config self._numcollected = 0 self._session: Optional[Session] = None self._showfspath: Optional[bool] = None self.stats: Dict[str, List[Any]] = {} self._main_color: Optional[str] = None self._known_types: Optional[List[str]] = None self.startpath = config.invocation_params.dir if file is None: file = sys.stdout self._tw = _pytest.config.create_terminal_writer(config, file) self._screen_width = self._tw.fullwidth self.currentfspath: Union[None, Path, str, int] = None self.reportchars = getreportopt(config) self.hasmarkup = self._tw.hasmarkup self.isatty = file.isatty() self._progress_nodeids_reported: Set[str] = set() self._show_progress_info = self._determine_show_progress_info() self._collect_report_last_write: Optional[float] = None self._already_displayed_warnings: Optional[int] = None self._keyboardinterrupt_memo: Optional[ExceptionRepr] = None def _determine_show_progress_info(self) -> Literal["progress", "count", False]: """Return whether we should display progress information based on the current config.""" # do not show progress if we are not capturing output (#3038) unless explicitly # overridden by progress-even-when-capture-no if ( self.config.getoption("capture", "no") == "no" and self.config.getini("console_output_style") != "progress-even-when-capture-no" ): return False # do not show progress if we are showing fixture setup/teardown if self.config.getoption("setupshow", False): return False cfg: str = self.config.getini("console_output_style") if cfg in {"progress", "progress-even-when-capture-no"}: return "progress" elif cfg == "count": return "count" else: return False @property def verbosity(self) -> int: verbosity: int = self.config.option.verbose return verbosity @property def showheader(self) -> bool: return self.verbosity >= 0 @property def no_header(self) -> bool: return bool(self.config.option.no_header) @property def no_summary(self) -> bool: return bool(self.config.option.no_summary) @property def showfspath(self) -> bool: if self._showfspath is None: return self.config.get_verbosity(Config.VERBOSITY_TEST_CASES) >= 0 return self._showfspath @showfspath.setter def showfspath(self, value: Optional[bool]) -> None: self._showfspath = value @property def showlongtestinfo(self) -> bool: return self.config.get_verbosity(Config.VERBOSITY_TEST_CASES) > 0 def hasopt(self, char: str) -> bool: char = {"xfailed": "x", "skipped": "s"}.get(char, char) return char in self.reportchars def write_fspath_result(self, nodeid: str, res, **markup: bool) -> None: fspath = self.config.rootpath / nodeid.split("::")[0] if self.currentfspath is None or fspath != self.currentfspath: if self.currentfspath is not None and self._show_progress_info: self._write_progress_information_filling_space() self.currentfspath = fspath relfspath = bestrelpath(self.startpath, fspath) self._tw.line() self._tw.write(relfspath + " ") self._tw.write(res, flush=True, **markup) def write_ensure_prefix(self, prefix: str, extra: str = "", **kwargs) -> None: if self.currentfspath != prefix: self._tw.line() self.currentfspath = prefix self._tw.write(prefix) if extra: self._tw.write(extra, **kwargs) self.currentfspath = -2 def ensure_newline(self) -> None: if self.currentfspath: self._tw.line() self.currentfspath = None def wrap_write( self, content: str, *, flush: bool = False, margin: int = 8, line_sep: str = "\n", **markup: bool, ) -> None: """Wrap message with margin for progress info.""" width_of_current_line = self._tw.width_of_current_line wrapped = line_sep.join( textwrap.wrap( " " * width_of_current_line + content, width=self._screen_width - margin, drop_whitespace=True, replace_whitespace=False, ), ) wrapped = wrapped[width_of_current_line:] self._tw.write(wrapped, flush=flush, **markup) def write(self, content: str, *, flush: bool = False, **markup: bool) -> None: self._tw.write(content, flush=flush, **markup) def flush(self) -> None: self._tw.flush() def write_line(self, line: Union[str, bytes], **markup: bool) -> None: if not isinstance(line, str): line = str(line, errors="replace") self.ensure_newline() self._tw.line(line, **markup) def rewrite(self, line: str, **markup: bool) -> None: """Rewinds the terminal cursor to the beginning and writes the given line. :param erase: If True, will also add spaces until the full terminal width to ensure previous lines are properly erased. The rest of the keyword arguments are markup instructions. """ erase = markup.pop("erase", False) if erase: fill_count = self._tw.fullwidth - len(line) - 1 fill = " " * fill_count else: fill = "" line = str(line) self._tw.write("\r" + line + fill, **markup) def write_sep( self, sep: str, title: Optional[str] = None, fullwidth: Optional[int] = None, **markup: bool, ) -> None: self.ensure_newline() self._tw.sep(sep, title, fullwidth, **markup) def section(self, title: str, sep: str = "=", **kw: bool) -> None: self._tw.sep(sep, title, **kw) def line(self, msg: str, **kw: bool) -> None: self._tw.line(msg, **kw) def _add_stats(self, category: str, items: Sequence[Any]) -> None: set_main_color = category not in self.stats self.stats.setdefault(category, []).extend(items) if set_main_color: self._set_main_color() def pytest_internalerror(self, excrepr: ExceptionRepr) -> bool: for line in str(excrepr).split("\n"): self.write_line("INTERNALERROR> " + line) return True def pytest_warning_recorded( self, warning_message: warnings.WarningMessage, nodeid: str, ) -> None: from _pytest.warnings import warning_record_to_str fslocation = warning_message.filename, warning_message.lineno message = warning_record_to_str(warning_message) warning_report = WarningReport( fslocation=fslocation, message=message, nodeid=nodeid ) self._add_stats("warnings", [warning_report]) def pytest_plugin_registered(self, plugin: _PluggyPlugin) -> None: if self.config.option.traceconfig: msg = f"PLUGIN registered: {plugin}" # XXX This event may happen during setup/teardown time # which unfortunately captures our output here # which garbles our output if we use self.write_line. self.write_line(msg) def pytest_deselected(self, items: Sequence[Item]) -> None: self._add_stats("deselected", items) def pytest_runtest_logstart( self, nodeid: str, location: Tuple[str, Optional[int], str] ) -> None: # Ensure that the path is printed before the # 1st test of a module starts running. if self.showlongtestinfo: line = self._locationline(nodeid, *location) self.write_ensure_prefix(line, "") self.flush() elif self.showfspath: self.write_fspath_result(nodeid, "") self.flush() def pytest_runtest_logreport(self, report: TestReport) -> None: self._tests_ran = True rep = report res = TestShortLogReport( *self.config.hook.pytest_report_teststatus(report=rep, config=self.config) ) category, letter, word = res.category, res.letter, res.word if not isinstance(word, tuple): markup = None else: word, markup = word self._add_stats(category, [rep]) if not letter and not word: # Probably passed setup/teardown. return running_xdist = hasattr(rep, "node") if markup is None: was_xfail = hasattr(report, "wasxfail") if rep.passed and not was_xfail: markup = {"green": True} elif rep.passed and was_xfail: markup = {"yellow": True} elif rep.failed: markup = {"red": True} elif rep.skipped: markup = {"yellow": True} else: markup = {} if self.config.get_verbosity(Config.VERBOSITY_TEST_CASES) <= 0: self._tw.write(letter, **markup) else: self._progress_nodeids_reported.add(rep.nodeid) line = self._locationline(rep.nodeid, *rep.location) if not running_xdist: self.write_ensure_prefix(line, word, **markup) if rep.skipped or hasattr(report, "wasxfail"): reason = _get_raw_skip_reason(rep) if self.config.get_verbosity(Config.VERBOSITY_TEST_CASES) < 2: available_width = ( (self._tw.fullwidth - self._tw.width_of_current_line) - len(" [100%]") - 1 ) formatted_reason = _format_trimmed( " ({})", reason, available_width ) else: formatted_reason = f" ({reason})" if reason and formatted_reason is not None: self.wrap_write(formatted_reason) if self._show_progress_info: self._write_progress_information_filling_space() else: self.ensure_newline() self._tw.write("[%s]" % if self._show_progress_info: self._tw.write( self._get_progress_information_message() + " ", cyan=True ) else: self._tw.write(" ") self._tw.write(word, **markup) self._tw.write(" " + line) self.currentfspath = -2 self.flush() @property def _is_last_item(self) -> bool: assert self._session is not None return len(self._progress_nodeids_reported) == self._session.testscollected def pytest_runtest_logfinish(self, nodeid: str) -> None: assert self._session if ( self.config.get_verbosity(Config.VERBOSITY_TEST_CASES) <= 0 and self._show_progress_info ): if self._show_progress_info == "count": num_tests = self._session.testscollected progress_length = len(f" [{num_tests}/{num_tests}]") else: progress_length = len(" [100%]") self._progress_nodeids_reported.add(nodeid) if self._is_last_item: self._write_progress_information_filling_space() else: main_color, _ = self._get_main_color() w = self._width_of_current_line past_edge = w + progress_length + 1 >= self._screen_width if past_edge: msg = self._get_progress_information_message() self._tw.write(msg + "\n", **{main_color: True}) def _get_progress_information_message(self) -> str: assert self._session collected = self._session.testscollected if self._show_progress_info == "count": if collected: progress = self._progress_nodeids_reported counter_format = f"{{:{len(str(collected))}d}}" format_string = f" [{counter_format}/{{}}]" return format_string.format(len(progress), collected) return f" [ {collected} / {collected} ]" else: if collected: return ( f" [{len(self._progress_nodeids_reported) * 100 // collected:3d}%]" ) return " [100%]" def _write_progress_information_filling_space(self) -> None: color, _ = self._get_main_color() msg = self._get_progress_information_message() w = self._width_of_current_line fill = self._tw.fullwidth - w - 1 self.write(msg.rjust(fill), flush=True, **{color: True}) @property def _width_of_current_line(self) -> int: """Return the width of the current line.""" return self._tw.width_of_current_line def pytest_collection(self) -> None: if self.isatty: if self.config.option.verbose >= 0: self.write("collecting ... ", flush=True, bold=True) self._collect_report_last_write = timing.time() elif self.config.option.verbose >= 1: self.write("collecting ... ", flush=True, bold=True) def pytest_collectreport(self, report: CollectReport) -> None: if report.failed: self._add_stats("error", [report]) elif report.skipped: self._add_stats("skipped", [report]) items = [x for x in report.result if isinstance(x, Item)] self._numcollected += len(items) if self.isatty: self.report_collect() def report_collect(self, final: bool = False) -> None: if self.config.option.verbose < 0: return if not final: # Only write "collecting" report every 0.5s. t = timing.time() if ( self._collect_report_last_write is not None and self._collect_report_last_write > t - REPORT_COLLECTING_RESOLUTION ): return self._collect_report_last_write = t errors = len(self.stats.get("error", [])) skipped = len(self.stats.get("skipped", [])) deselected = len(self.stats.get("deselected", [])) selected = self._numcollected - deselected line = "collected " if final else "collecting " line += ( str(self._numcollected) + " item" + ("" if self._numcollected == 1 else "s") ) if errors: line += " / %d error%s" % (errors, "s" if errors != 1 else "") if deselected: line += " / %d deselected" % deselected if skipped: line += " / %d skipped" % skipped if self._numcollected > selected: line += " / %d selected" % selected if self.isatty: self.rewrite(line, bold=True, erase=True) if final: self.write("\n") else: self.write_line(line) @hookimpl(trylast=True) def pytest_sessionstart(self, session: "Session") -> None: self._session = session self._sessionstarttime = timing.time() if not self.showheader: return self.write_sep("=", "test session starts", bold=True) verinfo = platform.python_version() if not self.no_header: msg = f"platform {sys.platform} -- Python {verinfo}" pypy_version_info = getattr(sys, "pypy_version_info", None) if pypy_version_info: verinfo = ".".join(map(str, pypy_version_info[:3])) msg += f"[pypy-{verinfo}-{pypy_version_info[3]}]" msg += f", pytest-{_pytest._version.version}, pluggy-{pluggy.__version__}" if ( self.verbosity > 0 or self.config.option.debug or getattr(self.config.option, "pastebin", None) ): msg += " -- " + str(sys.executable) self.write_line(msg) lines = self.config.hook.pytest_report_header( config=self.config, start_path=self.startpath ) self._write_report_lines_from_hooks(lines) def _write_report_lines_from_hooks( self, lines: Sequence[Union[str, Sequence[str]]] ) -> None: for line_or_lines in reversed(lines): if isinstance(line_or_lines, str): self.write_line(line_or_lines) else: for line in line_or_lines: self.write_line(line) def pytest_report_header(self, config: Config) -> List[str]: result = [f"rootdir: {config.rootpath}"] if config.inipath: result.append("configfile: " + bestrelpath(config.rootpath, config.inipath)) if config.args_source == Config.ArgsSource.TESTPATHS: testpaths: List[str] = config.getini("testpaths") result.append("testpaths: {}".format(", ".join(testpaths))) plugininfo = config.pluginmanager.list_plugin_distinfo() if plugininfo: result.append("plugins: %s" % ", ".join(_plugin_nameversions(plugininfo))) return result def pytest_collection_finish(self, session: "Session") -> None: self.report_collect(True) lines = self.config.hook.pytest_report_collectionfinish( config=self.config, start_path=self.startpath, items=session.items, ) self._write_report_lines_from_hooks(lines) if self.config.getoption("collectonly"): if session.items: if self.config.option.verbose > -1: self._tw.line("") self._printcollecteditems(session.items) failed = self.stats.get("failed") if failed: self._tw.sep("!", "collection failures") for rep in failed: rep.toterminal(self._tw) def _printcollecteditems(self, items: Sequence[Item]) -> None: test_cases_verbosity = self.config.get_verbosity(Config.VERBOSITY_TEST_CASES) if test_cases_verbosity < 0: if test_cases_verbosity < -1: counts = Counter(item.nodeid.split("::", 1)[0] for item in items) for name, count in sorted(counts.items()): self._tw.line("%s: %d" % (name, count)) else: for item in items: self._tw.line(item.nodeid) return stack: List[Node] = [] indent = "" for item in items: needed_collectors = item.listchain()[1:] # strip root node while stack: if stack == needed_collectors[: len(stack)]: break stack.pop() for col in needed_collectors[len(stack) :]: stack.append(col) indent = (len(stack) - 1) * " " self._tw.line(f"{indent}{col}") if test_cases_verbosity >= 1: obj = getattr(col, "obj", None) doc = inspect.getdoc(obj) if obj else None if doc: for line in doc.splitlines(): self._tw.line("{}{}".format(indent + " ", line)) @hookimpl(wrapper=True) def pytest_sessionfinish( self, session: "Session", exitstatus: Union[int, ExitCode] ) -> Generator[None, None, None]: result = yield self._tw.line("") summary_exit_codes = ( ExitCode.OK, ExitCode.TESTS_FAILED, ExitCode.INTERRUPTED, ExitCode.USAGE_ERROR, ExitCode.NO_TESTS_COLLECTED, ) if exitstatus in summary_exit_codes and not self.no_summary: self.config.hook.pytest_terminal_summary( terminalreporter=self, exitstatus=exitstatus, config=self.config ) if session.shouldfail: self.write_sep("!", str(session.shouldfail), red=True) if exitstatus == ExitCode.INTERRUPTED: self._report_keyboardinterrupt() self._keyboardinterrupt_memo = None elif session.shouldstop: self.write_sep("!", str(session.shouldstop), red=True) self.summary_stats() return result @hookimpl(wrapper=True) def pytest_terminal_summary(self) -> Generator[None, None, None]: self.summary_errors() self.summary_failures() self.summary_xfailures() self.summary_warnings() self.summary_passes() self.summary_xpasses() try: return (yield) finally: self.short_test_summary() # Display any extra warnings from teardown here (if any). self.summary_warnings() def pytest_keyboard_interrupt(self, excinfo: ExceptionInfo[BaseException]) -> None: self._keyboardinterrupt_memo = excinfo.getrepr(funcargs=True) def pytest_unconfigure(self) -> None: if self._keyboardinterrupt_memo is not None: self._report_keyboardinterrupt() def _report_keyboardinterrupt(self) -> None: excrepr = self._keyboardinterrupt_memo assert excrepr is not None assert excrepr.reprcrash is not None msg = excrepr.reprcrash.message self.write_sep("!", msg) if "KeyboardInterrupt" in msg: if self.config.option.fulltrace: excrepr.toterminal(self._tw) else: excrepr.reprcrash.toterminal(self._tw) self._tw.line( "(to show a full traceback on KeyboardInterrupt use --full-trace)", yellow=True, ) def _locationline( self, nodeid: str, fspath: str, lineno: Optional[int], domain: str ) -> str: def mkrel(nodeid: str) -> str: line = self.config.cwd_relative_nodeid(nodeid) if domain and line.endswith(domain): line = line[: -len(domain)] values = domain.split("[") values[0] = values[0].replace(".", "::") # don't replace '.' in params line += "[".join(values) return line # collect_fspath comes from testid which has a "/"-normalized path. if fspath: res = mkrel(nodeid) if self.verbosity >= 2 and nodeid.split("::")[0] != fspath.replace( "\\", nodes.SEP ): res += " <- " + bestrelpath(self.startpath, Path(fspath)) else: res = "[location]" return res + " " def _getfailureheadline(self, rep): head_line = rep.head_line if head_line: return head_line return "test session" # XXX? def _getcrashline(self, rep): try: return str(rep.longrepr.reprcrash) except AttributeError: try: return str(rep.longrepr)[:50] except AttributeError: return "" # # Summaries for sessionfinish. # def getreports(self, name: str): return [x for x in self.stats.get(name, ()) if not hasattr(x, "_pdbshown")] def summary_warnings(self) -> None: if self.hasopt("w"): all_warnings: Optional[List[WarningReport]] = self.stats.get("warnings") if not all_warnings: return final = self._already_displayed_warnings is not None if final: warning_reports = all_warnings[self._already_displayed_warnings :] else: warning_reports = all_warnings self._already_displayed_warnings = len(warning_reports) if not warning_reports: return reports_grouped_by_message: Dict[str, List[WarningReport]] = {} for wr in warning_reports: reports_grouped_by_message.setdefault(wr.message, []).append(wr) def collapsed_location_report(reports: List[WarningReport]) -> str: locations = [] for w in reports: location = w.get_location(self.config) if location: locations.append(location) if len(locations) < 10: return "\n".join(map(str, locations)) counts_by_filename = Counter( str(loc).split("::", 1)[0] for loc in locations ) return "\n".join( "{}: {} warning{}".format(k, v, "s" if v > 1 else "") for k, v in counts_by_filename.items() ) title = "warnings summary (final)" if final else "warnings summary" self.write_sep("=", title, yellow=True, bold=False) for message, message_reports in reports_grouped_by_message.items(): maybe_location = collapsed_location_report(message_reports) if maybe_location: self._tw.line(maybe_location) lines = message.splitlines() indented = "\n".join(" " + x for x in lines) message = indented.rstrip() else: message = message.rstrip() self._tw.line(message) self._tw.line() self._tw.line( "-- Docs:" ) def summary_passes(self) -> None: self.summary_passes_combined("passed", "PASSES", "P") def summary_xpasses(self) -> None: self.summary_passes_combined("xpassed", "XPASSES", "X") def summary_passes_combined( self, which_reports: str, sep_title: str, needed_opt: str ) -> None: if self.config.option.tbstyle != "no": if self.hasopt(needed_opt): reports: List[TestReport] = self.getreports(which_reports) if not reports: return self.write_sep("=", sep_title) for rep in reports: if rep.sections: msg = self._getfailureheadline(rep) self.write_sep("_", msg, green=True, bold=True) self._outrep_summary(rep) self._handle_teardown_sections(rep.nodeid) def _get_teardown_reports(self, nodeid: str) -> List[TestReport]: reports = self.getreports("") return [ report for report in reports if report.when == "teardown" and report.nodeid == nodeid ] def _handle_teardown_sections(self, nodeid: str) -> None: for report in self._get_teardown_reports(nodeid): self.print_teardown_sections(report) def print_teardown_sections(self, rep: TestReport) -> None: showcapture = self.config.option.showcapture if showcapture == "no": return for secname, content in rep.sections: if showcapture != "all" and showcapture not in secname: continue if "teardown" in secname: self._tw.sep("-", secname) if content[-1:] == "\n": content = content[:-1] self._tw.line(content) def summary_failures(self) -> None: self.summary_failures_combined("failed", "FAILURES") def summary_xfailures(self) -> None: self.summary_failures_combined("xfailed", "XFAILURES", "x") def summary_failures_combined( self, which_reports: str, sep_title: str, needed_opt: Optional[str] = None ) -> None: if self.config.option.tbstyle != "no": if not needed_opt or self.hasopt(needed_opt): reports: List[BaseReport] = self.getreports(which_reports) if not reports: return self.write_sep("=", sep_title) if self.config.option.tbstyle == "line": for rep in reports: line = self._getcrashline(rep) self.write_line(line) else: for rep in reports: msg = self._getfailureheadline(rep) self.write_sep("_", msg, red=True, bold=True) self._outrep_summary(rep) self._handle_teardown_sections(rep.nodeid) def summary_errors(self) -> None: if self.config.option.tbstyle != "no": reports: List[BaseReport] = self.getreports("error") if not reports: return self.write_sep("=", "ERRORS") for rep in self.stats["error"]: msg = self._getfailureheadline(rep) if rep.when == "collect": msg = "ERROR collecting " + msg else: msg = f"ERROR at {rep.when} of {msg}" self.write_sep("_", msg, red=True, bold=True) self._outrep_summary(rep) def _outrep_summary(self, rep: BaseReport) -> None: rep.toterminal(self._tw) showcapture = self.config.option.showcapture if showcapture == "no": return for secname, content in rep.sections: if showcapture != "all" and showcapture not in secname: continue self._tw.sep("-", secname) if content[-1:] == "\n": content = content[:-1] self._tw.line(content) def summary_stats(self) -> None: if self.verbosity < -1: return session_duration = timing.time() - self._sessionstarttime (parts, main_color) = self.build_summary_stats_line() line_parts = [] display_sep = self.verbosity >= 0 if display_sep: fullwidth = self._tw.fullwidth for text, markup in parts: with_markup = self._tw.markup(text, **markup) if display_sep: fullwidth += len(with_markup) - len(text) line_parts.append(with_markup) msg = ", ".join(line_parts) main_markup = {main_color: True} duration = f" in {format_session_duration(session_duration)}" duration_with_markup = self._tw.markup(duration, **main_markup) if display_sep: fullwidth += len(duration_with_markup) - len(duration) msg += duration_with_markup if display_sep: markup_for_end_sep = self._tw.markup("", **main_markup) if markup_for_end_sep.endswith("\x1b[0m"): markup_for_end_sep = markup_for_end_sep[:-4] fullwidth += len(markup_for_end_sep) msg += markup_for_end_sep if display_sep: self.write_sep("=", msg, fullwidth=fullwidth, **main_markup) else: self.write_line(msg, **main_markup) def short_test_summary(self) -> None: if not self.reportchars: return def show_simple(lines: List[str], *, stat: str) -> None: failed = self.stats.get(stat, []) if not failed: return config = self.config for rep in failed: color = _color_for_type.get(stat, _color_for_type_default) line = _get_line_with_reprcrash_message( config, rep, self._tw, {color: True} ) lines.append(line) def show_xfailed(lines: List[str]) -> None: xfailed = self.stats.get("xfailed", []) for rep in xfailed: verbose_word = rep._get_verbose_word(self.config) markup_word = self._tw.markup( verbose_word, **{_color_for_type["warnings"]: True} ) nodeid = _get_node_id_with_markup(self._tw, self.config, rep) line = f"{markup_word} {nodeid}" reason = rep.wasxfail if reason: line += " - " + str(reason) lines.append(line) def show_xpassed(lines: List[str]) -> None: xpassed = self.stats.get("xpassed", []) for rep in xpassed: verbose_word = rep._get_verbose_word(self.config) markup_word = self._tw.markup( verbose_word, **{_color_for_type["warnings"]: True} ) nodeid = _get_node_id_with_markup(self._tw, self.config, rep) line = f"{markup_word} {nodeid}" reason = rep.wasxfail if reason: line += " - " + str(reason) lines.append(line) def show_skipped(lines: List[str]) -> None: skipped: List[CollectReport] = self.stats.get("skipped", []) fskips = _folded_skips(self.startpath, skipped) if skipped else [] if not fskips: return verbose_word = skipped[0]._get_verbose_word(self.config) markup_word = self._tw.markup( verbose_word, **{_color_for_type["warnings"]: True} ) prefix = "Skipped: " for num, fspath, lineno, reason in fskips: if reason.startswith(prefix): reason = reason[len(prefix) :] if lineno is not None: lines.append( "%s [%d] %s:%d: %s" % (markup_word, num, fspath, lineno, reason) ) else: lines.append("%s [%d] %s: %s" % (markup_word, num, fspath, reason)) REPORTCHAR_ACTIONS: Mapping[str, Callable[[List[str]], None]] = { "x": show_xfailed, "X": show_xpassed, "f": partial(show_simple, stat="failed"), "s": show_skipped, "p": partial(show_simple, stat="passed"), "E": partial(show_simple, stat="error"), } lines: List[str] = [] for char in self.reportchars: action = REPORTCHAR_ACTIONS.get(char) if action: # skipping e.g. "P" (passed with output) here. action(lines) if lines: self.write_sep("=", "short test summary info", cyan=True, bold=True) for line in lines: self.write_line(line) def _get_main_color(self) -> Tuple[str, List[str]]: if self._main_color is None or self._known_types is None or self._is_last_item: self._set_main_color() assert self._main_color assert self._known_types return self._main_color, self._known_types def _determine_main_color(self, unknown_type_seen: bool) -> str: stats = self.stats if "failed" in stats or "error" in stats: main_color = "red" elif "warnings" in stats or "xpassed" in stats or unknown_type_seen: main_color = "yellow" elif "passed" in stats or not self._is_last_item: main_color = "green" else: main_color = "yellow" return main_color def _set_main_color(self) -> None: unknown_types: List[str] = [] for found_type in self.stats: if found_type: # setup/teardown reports have an empty key, ignore them if found_type not in KNOWN_TYPES and found_type not in unknown_types: unknown_types.append(found_type) self._known_types = list(KNOWN_TYPES) + unknown_types self._main_color = self._determine_main_color(bool(unknown_types)) def build_summary_stats_line(self) -> Tuple[List[Tuple[str, Dict[str, bool]]], str]: """ Build the parts used in the last summary stats line. The summary stats line is the line shown at the end, "=== 12 passed, 2 errors in Xs===". This function builds a list of the "parts" that make up for the text in that line, in the example above it would be: [ ("12 passed", {"green": True}), ("2 errors", {"red": True} ] That last dict for each line is a "markup dictionary", used by TerminalWriter to color output. The final color of the line is also determined by this function, and is the second element of the returned tuple. """ if self.config.getoption("collectonly"): return self._build_collect_only_summary_stats_line() else: return self._build_normal_summary_stats_line() def _get_reports_to_display(self, key: str) -> List[Any]: """Get test/collection reports for the given status key, such as `passed` or `error`.""" reports = self.stats.get(key, []) return [x for x in reports if getattr(x, "count_towards_summary", True)] def _build_normal_summary_stats_line( self, ) -> Tuple[List[Tuple[str, Dict[str, bool]]], str]: main_color, known_types = self._get_main_color() parts = [] for key in known_types: reports = self._get_reports_to_display(key) if reports: count = len(reports) color = _color_for_type.get(key, _color_for_type_default) markup = {color: True, "bold": color == main_color} parts.append(("%d %s" % pluralize(count, key), markup)) if not parts: parts = [("no tests ran", {_color_for_type_default: True})] return parts, main_color def _build_collect_only_summary_stats_line( self, ) -> Tuple[List[Tuple[str, Dict[str, bool]]], str]: deselected = len(self._get_reports_to_display("deselected")) errors = len(self._get_reports_to_display("error")) if self._numcollected == 0: parts = [("no tests collected", {"yellow": True})] main_color = "yellow" elif deselected == 0: main_color = "green" collected_output = "%d %s collected" % pluralize(self._numcollected, "test") parts = [(collected_output, {main_color: True})] else: all_tests_were_deselected = self._numcollected == deselected if all_tests_were_deselected: main_color = "yellow" collected_output = f"no tests collected ({deselected} deselected)" else: main_color = "green" selected = self._numcollected - deselected collected_output = f"{selected}/{self._numcollected} tests collected ({deselected} deselected)" parts = [(collected_output, {main_color: True})] if errors: main_color = _color_for_type["error"] parts += [("%d %s" % pluralize(errors, "error"), {main_color: True})] return parts, main_color def _get_node_id_with_markup(tw: TerminalWriter, config: Config, rep: BaseReport): nodeid = config.cwd_relative_nodeid(rep.nodeid) path, *parts = nodeid.split("::") if parts: parts_markup = tw.markup("::".join(parts), bold=True) return path + "::" + parts_markup else: return path def _format_trimmed(format: str, msg: str, available_width: int) -> Optional[str]: """Format msg into format, ellipsizing it if doesn't fit in available_width. Returns None if even the ellipsis can't fit. """ # Only use the first line. i = msg.find("\n") if i != -1: msg = msg[:i] ellipsis = "..." format_width = wcswidth(format.format("")) if format_width + len(ellipsis) > available_width: return None if format_width + wcswidth(msg) > available_width: available_width -= len(ellipsis) msg = msg[:available_width] while format_width + wcswidth(msg) > available_width: msg = msg[:-1] msg += ellipsis return format.format(msg) def _get_line_with_reprcrash_message( config: Config, rep: BaseReport, tw: TerminalWriter, word_markup: Dict[str, bool] ) -> str: """Get summary line for a report, trying to add reprcrash message.""" verbose_word = rep._get_verbose_word(config) word = tw.markup(verbose_word, **word_markup) node = _get_node_id_with_markup(tw, config, rep) line = f"{word} {node}" line_width = wcswidth(line) try: # Type ignored intentionally -- possible AttributeError expected. msg = rep.longrepr.reprcrash.message # type: ignore[union-attr] except AttributeError: pass else: if running_on_ci() or config.option.verbose >= 2: msg = f" - {msg}" else: available_width = tw.fullwidth - line_width msg = _format_trimmed(" - {}", msg, available_width) if msg is not None: line += msg return line def _folded_skips( startpath: Path, skipped: Sequence[CollectReport], ) -> List[Tuple[int, str, Optional[int], str]]: d: Dict[Tuple[str, Optional[int], str], List[CollectReport]] = {} for event in skipped: assert event.longrepr is not None assert isinstance(event.longrepr, tuple), (event, event.longrepr) assert len(event.longrepr) == 3, (event, event.longrepr) fspath, lineno, reason = event.longrepr # For consistency, report all fspaths in relative form. fspath = bestrelpath(startpath, Path(fspath)) keywords = getattr(event, "keywords", {}) # Folding reports with global pytestmark variable. # This is a workaround, because for now we cannot identify the scope of a skip marker # TODO: Revisit after marks scope would be fixed. if ( event.when == "setup" and "skip" in keywords and "pytestmark" not in keywords ): key: Tuple[str, Optional[int], str] = (fspath, None, reason) else: key = (fspath, lineno, reason) d.setdefault(key, []).append(event) values: List[Tuple[int, str, Optional[int], str]] = [] for key, events in d.items(): values.append((len(events), *key)) return values _color_for_type = { "failed": "red", "error": "red", "warnings": "yellow", "passed": "green", } _color_for_type_default = "yellow" def pluralize(count: int, noun: str) -> Tuple[int, str]: # No need to pluralize words such as `failed` or `passed`. if noun not in ["error", "warnings", "test"]: return count, noun # The `warnings` key is plural. To avoid API breakage, we keep it that way but # set it to singular here so we can determine plurality in the same way as we do # for `error`. noun = noun.replace("warnings", "warning") return count, noun + "s" if count != 1 else noun def _plugin_nameversions(plugininfo) -> List[str]: values: List[str] = [] for plugin, dist in plugininfo: # Gets us name and version! name = f"{dist.project_name}-{dist.version}" # Questionable convenience, but it keeps things short. if name.startswith("pytest-"): name = name[7:] # We decided to print python package names they can have more than one plugin. if name not in values: values.append(name) return values def format_session_duration(seconds: float) -> str: """Format the given seconds in a human readable manner to show in the final summary.""" if seconds < 60: return f"{seconds:.2f}s" else: dt = datetime.timedelta(seconds=int(seconds)) return f"{seconds:.2f}s ({dt})" def _get_raw_skip_reason(report: TestReport) -> str: """Get the reason string of a skip/xfail/xpass test report. The string is just the part given by the user. """ if hasattr(report, "wasxfail"): reason = report.wasxfail if reason.startswith("reason: "): reason = reason[len("reason: ") :] return reason else: assert report.skipped assert isinstance(report.longrepr, tuple) _, _, reason = report.longrepr if reason.startswith("Skipped: "): reason = reason[len("Skipped: ") :] elif reason == "Skipped": reason = "" return reason