Source code for factory.django

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Copyright: See the LICENSE file.

"""factory_boy extensions for use with the Django framework."""

from __future__ import absolute_import
from __future__ import unicode_literals

import os
import logging
import functools

    import django
    from django.core import files as django_files
except ImportError as e:  # pragma: no cover
    django = None
    django_files = None
    import_failure = e

from . import base
from . import declarations
from . import errors
from .compat import BytesIO, is_string

logger = logging.getLogger('factory.generate')

DEFAULT_DB_ALIAS = 'default'  # Same as django.db.DEFAULT_DB_ALIAS

def require_django():
    """Simple helper to ensure Django is available."""
    if django_files is None:  # pragma: no cover
        raise import_failure


def get_model(app, model):
    """Wrapper around django's get_model."""
    if 'get_model' not in _LAZY_LOADS:

    _get_model = _LAZY_LOADS['get_model']
    return _get_model(app, model)

def _lazy_load_get_model():
    """Lazy loading of get_model.

    get_model loads django.conf.settings, which may fail if
    the settings haven't been configured yet.
    if django is None:
        def _get_model(app, model):
            raise import_failure
        from django import apps as django_apps
        _get_model = django_apps.apps.get_model
    _LAZY_LOADS['get_model'] = _get_model

[docs]class DjangoOptions(base.FactoryOptions): def _build_default_options(self): return super(DjangoOptions, self)._build_default_options() + [ base.OptionDefault('django_get_or_create', (), inherit=True), base.OptionDefault('database', DEFAULT_DB_ALIAS, inherit=True), ] def _get_counter_reference(self): counter_reference = super(DjangoOptions, self)._get_counter_reference() if (counter_reference == self.base_factory and self.base_factory._meta.model is not None and self.base_factory._meta.model._meta.abstract and self.model is not None and not self.model._meta.abstract): # Target factory is for an abstract model, yet we're for another, # concrete subclass => don't reuse the counter. return self.factory return counter_reference def get_model_class(self): if is_string(self.model) and '.' in self.model: app, model_name = self.model.split('.', 1) self.model = get_model(app, model_name) return self.model
[docs]class DjangoModelFactory(base.Factory): """Factory for Django models. This makes sure that the 'sequence' field of created objects is a new id. Possible improvement: define a new 'attribute' type, AutoField, which would handle those for non-numerical primary keys. """ _options_class = DjangoOptions class Meta: abstract = True # Optional, but explicit. @classmethod def _load_model_class(cls, definition): if is_string(definition) and '.' in definition: app, model = definition.split('.', 1) return get_model(app, model) return definition @classmethod def _get_manager(cls, model_class): if model_class is None: raise errors.AssociatedClassError( "No model set on %s.%s.Meta" % (cls.__module__, cls.__name__)) try: manager = model_class.objects except AttributeError: # When inheriting from an abstract model with a custom # manager, the class has no 'objects' field. manager = model_class._default_manager if cls._meta.database != DEFAULT_DB_ALIAS: manager = manager.using(cls._meta.database) return manager @classmethod def _get_or_create(cls, model_class, *args, **kwargs): """Create an instance of the model through objects.get_or_create.""" manager = cls._get_manager(model_class) assert 'defaults' not in cls._meta.django_get_or_create, ( "'defaults' is a reserved keyword for get_or_create " "(in %s._meta.django_get_or_create=%r)" % (cls, cls._meta.django_get_or_create)) key_fields = {} for field in cls._meta.django_get_or_create: if field not in kwargs: raise errors.FactoryError( "django_get_or_create - " "Unable to find initialization value for '%s' in factory %s" % (field, cls.__name__)) key_fields[field] = kwargs.pop(field) key_fields['defaults'] = kwargs instance, _created = manager.get_or_create(*args, **key_fields) return instance @classmethod def _create(cls, model_class, *args, **kwargs): """Create an instance of the model, and save it to the database.""" manager = cls._get_manager(model_class) if cls._meta.django_get_or_create: return cls._get_or_create(model_class, *args, **kwargs) return manager.create(*args, **kwargs) @classmethod def _after_postgeneration(cls, instance, create, results=None): """Save again the instance if creating and at least one hook ran.""" if create and results: # Some post-generation hooks ran, and may have modified us.
[docs]class FileField(declarations.ParameteredAttribute): """Helper to fill in django.db.models.FileField from a Factory.""" DEFAULT_FILENAME = 'example.dat'
[docs] def __init__(self, **defaults): require_django() super(FileField, self).__init__(**defaults)
def _make_data(self, params): """Create data for the field.""" return params.get('data', b'') def _make_content(self, params): path = '' _content_params = [params.get('from_path'), params.get('from_file'), params.get('from_func')] if len([p for p in _content_params if p]) > 1: raise ValueError( "At most one argument from 'from_file', 'from_path', and 'from_func' should " "be non-empty when calling factory.django.FileField." ) if params.get('from_path'): path = params['from_path'] f = open(path, 'rb') content = django_files.File(f, name=path) elif params.get('from_file'): f = params['from_file'] content = django_files.File(f) path = elif params.get('from_func'): func = params['from_func'] content = django_files.File(func()) path = else: data = self._make_data(params) content = django_files.base.ContentFile(data) if path: default_filename = os.path.basename(path) else: default_filename = self.DEFAULT_FILENAME filename = params.get('filename', default_filename) return filename, content def generate(self, step, params): """Fill in the field.""" # Recurse into a DictFactory: allows users to have some params depending # on others. params = step.recurse(base.DictFactory, params, force_sequence=step.sequence) filename, content = self._make_content(params) return django_files.File(content.file, filename)
[docs]class ImageField(FileField): DEFAULT_FILENAME = 'example.jpg' def _make_data(self, params): # ImageField (both django's and factory_boy's) require PIL. # Try to import it along one of its known installation paths. try: from PIL import Image except ImportError: import Image width = params.get('width', 100) height = params.get('height', width) color = params.get('color', 'blue') image_format = params.get('format', 'JPEG') thumb ='RGB', (width, height), color) thumb_io = BytesIO(), format=image_format) return thumb_io.getvalue()
[docs]class mute_signals(object): """Temporarily disables and then restores any django signals. Args: *signals (django.dispatch.dispatcher.Signal): any django signals Examples: with mute_signals(pre_init): user = ... @mute_signals(pre_save, post_save) class UserFactory(factory.Factory): ... @mute_signals(post_save) def generate_users(): UserFactory.create_batch(10) """ def __init__(self, *signals): self.signals = signals self.paused = {} def __enter__(self): for signal in self.signals: logger.debug('mute_signals: Disabling signal handlers %r', signal.receivers) # Note that we're using implementation details of # django.signals, since arguments to signal.connect() # are lost in signal.receivers self.paused[signal] = signal.receivers signal.receivers = [] def __exit__(self, exc_type, exc_value, traceback): for signal, receivers in self.paused.items(): logger.debug('mute_signals: Restoring signal handlers %r', receivers) signal.receivers = receivers with signal.lock: # Django uses some caching for its signals. # Since we're bypassing signal.connect and signal.disconnect, # we have to keep messing with django's internals. signal.sender_receivers_cache.clear() self.paused = {} def copy(self): return mute_signals(*self.signals) def __call__(self, callable_obj): if isinstance(callable_obj, base.FactoryMetaClass): # Retrieve __func__, the *actual* callable object. generate_method = callable_obj._generate.__func__ @classmethod @functools.wraps(generate_method) def wrapped_generate(*args, **kwargs): # A mute_signals() object is not reentrant; use a copy every time. with self.copy(): return generate_method(*args, **kwargs) callable_obj._generate = wrapped_generate return callable_obj else: @functools.wraps(callable_obj) def wrapper(*args, **kwargs): # A mute_signals() object is not reentrant; use a copy every time. with self.copy(): return callable_obj(*args, **kwargs) return wrapper