Source code for falcon.testing.resource

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"""Mock resource classes.

This module contains mock resource classes and associated hooks for use
in Falcon framework tests. The classes and hooks may be referenced
directly from the `testing` package::

    from falcon import testing

    resource = testing.SimpleTestResource()


from json import dumps as json_dumps

import falcon

[docs]def capture_responder_args(req, resp, resource, params): """Before hook for capturing responder arguments. Adds the following attributes to the hooked responder's resource class: * captured_req * captured_resp * captured_kwargs """ resource.captured_req = req resource.captured_resp = resp resource.captured_kwargs = params
def set_resp_defaults(req, resp, resource, params): """Before hook for setting default response properties.""" if resource._default_status is not None: resp.status = resource._default_status if resource._default_body is not None: resp.body = resource._default_body if resource._default_headers is not None: resp.set_headers(resource._default_headers)
[docs]class SimpleTestResource(object): """Mock resource for functional testing of framework components. This class implements a simple test resource that can be extended as needed to test middleware, hooks, and the Falcon framework itself. Only noop ``on_get()`` and ``on_post()`` responders are implemented; when overriding these, or adding additional responders in child classes, they can be decorated with the :py:meth:`falcon.testing.capture_responder_args` hook in order to capture the *req*, *resp*, and *params* arguments that are passed to the responder. Responders may also be decorated with the :py:meth:`falcon.testing.set_resp_defaults` hook in order to set *resp* properties to default *status*, *body*, and *header* values. Keyword Arguments: status (str): Default status string to use in responses body (str): Default body string to use in responses json (JSON serializable): Default JSON document to use in responses. Will be serialized to a string and encoded as UTF-8. Either *json* or *body* may be specified, but not both. headers (dict): Default set of additional headers to include in responses Attributes: called (bool): Whether or not a req/resp was captured. captured_req (falcon.Request): The last Request object passed into any one of the responder methods. captured_resp (falcon.Response): The last Response object passed into any one of the responder methods. captured_kwargs (dict): The last dictionary of kwargs, beyond ``req`` and ``resp``, that were passed into any one of the responder methods. """ def __init__(self, status=None, body=None, json=None, headers=None): self._default_status = status self._default_headers = headers if json is not None: if body is not None: msg = 'Either json or body may be specified, but not both' raise ValueError(msg) self._default_body = json_dumps(json, ensure_ascii=False) else: self._default_body = body self.captured_req = None self.captured_resp = None self.captured_kwargs = None @property def called(self): return self.captured_req is not None @falcon.before(capture_responder_args) @falcon.before(set_resp_defaults) def on_get(self, req, resp, **kwargs): pass @falcon.before(capture_responder_args) @falcon.before(set_resp_defaults) def on_post(self, req, resp, **kwargs): pass