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A collection of utility functions and classes, used internally by Trial.
This code is for Trial's internal use. Do NOT use this code if you are writing tests. It is subject to change at the Trial maintainer's whim. There is nothing here in this module for you to use unless you are maintaining Trial.
Any non-Trial Twisted code that uses this module will be shot.
Maintainer: Jonathan Lange
||Go through the list 'objects' sequentially until we find one which has attribute 'attr', then return the value of that attribute. If not found, return 'default' if set, otherwise, raise AttributeError.|
||Coerce a Failure to an _exc_info, if err is a Failure.|
||Open the given path such that test log messages can be written to it.|
||Sets up the .suppress tuple properly, pass options to this method as you would the stdlib warnings.filterwarnings()|
||The default timeout which will be applied to asynchronous (ie, Deferred-returning) test methods, in seconds.|
||The guy that cleans up after you.|
||No trial marker file could be found.|
||A working directory was specified to the runner, but another test run is currently using that directory.|
||Produce a string containing each thing in things, separated by a delimiter, with the last couple being separated by finalDelimiter|
||Safely remove a path, recursively.|
||Find an unused directory named similarly to base.|
Go through the list 'objects' sequentially until we find one which has attribute 'attr', then return the value of that attribute. If not found, return 'default' if set, otherwise, raise AttributeError.
Coerce a Failure to an _exc_info, if err is a Failure.
|err||Either a tuple such as returned by |
|A tuple like the one returned by |
Open the given path such that test log messages can be written to it.
Sets up the .suppress tuple properly, pass options to this method as you would the stdlib warnings.filterwarnings()
So, to use this with a .suppress magic attribute you would do the following:
>>> from twisted.trial import unittest, util >>> import warnings >>> >>> class TestFoo(unittest.TestCase): ... def testFooBar(self): ... warnings.warn("i am deprecated", DeprecationWarning) ... testFooBar.suppress = [util.suppress(message='i am deprecated')] ... >>>
Note that as with the todo and timeout attributes: the module level attribute acts as a default for the class attribute which acts as a default for the method attribute. The suppress attribute can be overridden at any level by specifying .suppress = 
The default timeout which will be applied to asynchronous (ie, Deferred-returning) test methods, in seconds.
Produce a string containing each thing in things, separated by a delimiter, with the last couple being separated by finalDelimiter
|things:||The elements of the resulting phrase|
|final||What to put between the last two things (typically 'and' or 'or')|
|delimiter:||The separator to use between each thing, not including the last two. Should typically include a trailing space.|
|The resulting phrase|
Safely remove a path, recursively.
If path does not contain a node named _trial_marker, a
_NoTrialMarker exception is raised and the path is not removed.
Find an unused directory named similarly to base.
Once a directory is found, it will be locked and a marker dropped into it to identify it as a trial temporary directory.
|base:||A template path for the discovery process. If this path exactly cannot be used, a path which varies only in a suffix of the basename will be used instead.|
|A two-tuple. The first element is a |