Source code for vcr.matchers

import json
from six.moves import urllib, xmlrpc_client
from .util import read_body
import logging

log = logging.getLogger(__name__)

def method(r1, r2):
    assert r1.method == r2.method, "{} != {}".format(r1.method, r2.method)

def uri(r1, r2):
    assert r1.uri == r2.uri, "{} != {}".format(r1.uri, r2.uri)

def host(r1, r2):
    assert ==, "{} != {}".format(,

def scheme(r1, r2):
    assert r1.scheme == r2.scheme, "{} != {}".format(r1.scheme, r2.scheme)

def port(r1, r2):
    assert r1.port == r2.port, "{} != {}".format(r1.port, r2.port)

def path(r1, r2):
    assert r1.path == r2.path, "{} != {}".format(r1.path, r2.path)

def query(r1, r2):
    assert r1.query == r2.query, "{} != {}".format(r1.query, r2.query)

def raw_body(r1, r2):
    assert read_body(r1) == read_body(r2)

def body(r1, r2):
    transformer = _get_transformer(r1)
    r2_transformer = _get_transformer(r2)
    if transformer != r2_transformer:
        transformer = _identity
    assert transformer(read_body(r1)) == transformer(read_body(r2))

def headers(r1, r2):
    assert r1.headers == r2.headers, "{} != {}".format(r1.headers, r2.headers)

def _header_checker(value, header='Content-Type'):
    def checker(headers):
        return value in headers.get(header, '').lower()
    return checker

def _transform_json(body):
    # Request body is always a byte string, but json.loads() wants a text
    # string. RFC 7159 says the default encoding is UTF-8 (although UTF-16
    # and UTF-32 are also allowed: hmmmmm).
    if body:
        return json.loads(body.decode('utf-8'))

_xml_header_checker = _header_checker('text/xml')
_xmlrpc_header_checker = _header_checker('xmlrpc', header='User-Agent')
_checker_transformer_pairs = (
        lambda body: urllib.parse.parse_qs(body.decode('ascii'))),
    (lambda request: _xml_header_checker(request) and _xmlrpc_header_checker(request),

def _identity(x):
    return x

def _get_transformer(request):
    for checker, transformer in _checker_transformer_pairs:
        if checker(request.headers):
            return transformer
        return _identity

def requests_match(r1, r2, matchers):
    successes, failures = get_matchers_results(r1, r2, matchers)
    if failures:
            "Requests {} and {} differ.\n"
            "Failure details:\n"
            "{}".format(r1, r2, failures)
    return len(failures) == 0

def _evaluate_matcher(matcher_function, *args):
    Evaluate the result of a given matcher as a boolean with an assertion error message if any.
    It handles two types of matcher :
    - a matcher returning a boolean value.
    - a matcher that only makes an assert, returning None or raises an assertion error.
    assertion_message = None
        match = matcher_function(*args)
        match = True if match is None else match
    except AssertionError as e:
        match = False
        assertion_message = str(e)
    return match, assertion_message

[docs]def get_matchers_results(r1, r2, matchers): """ Get the comparison results of two requests as two list. The first returned list represents the matchers names that passed. The second list is the failed matchers as a string with failed assertion details if any. """ matches_success, matches_fails = [], [] for m in matchers: matcher_name = m.__name__ match, assertion_message = _evaluate_matcher(m, r1, r2) if match: matches_success.append(matcher_name) else: assertion_message = get_assertion_message(assertion_message) matches_fails.append((matcher_name, assertion_message)) return matches_success, matches_fails
[docs]def get_assertion_message(assertion_details): """ Get a detailed message about the failing matcher. """ return assertion_details