Source code for returns.contrib.hypothesis.laws

import inspect
from contextlib import contextmanager
from typing import (

import pytest
from hypothesis import given
from hypothesis import settings as hypothesis_settings
from hypothesis import strategies as st
from hypothesis.strategies._internal import types
from typing_extensions import final

from returns.contrib.hypothesis.containers import strategy_from_container
from returns.primitives.laws import Law, Lawful

class _Settings(NamedTuple):
    """Settings that we provide to an end user."""

    settings_kwargs: Dict[str, Any]
    use_init: bool

[docs]def check_all_laws( container_type: Type[Lawful], *, settings_kwargs: Optional[Dict[str, Any]] = None, use_init: bool = False, ) -> None: """ Function to check all defined mathematical laws in a specified container. Should be used like so: .. code:: python from returns.contrib.hypothesis.laws import check_all_laws from import IO check_all_laws(IO) You can also pass different ``hypothesis`` settings inside: .. code:: python check_all_laws(IO, {'max_examples': 100}) Note: Cannot be used inside doctests because of the magic we use inside. See also: - - """ settings = _Settings( settings_kwargs if settings_kwargs is not None else {}, use_init, ) for interface, laws in container_type.laws().items(): for law in laws: _create_law_test_case( container_type, interface, law, settings=settings, )
[docs]@contextmanager def container_strategies( container_type: Type[Lawful], *, settings: _Settings, ) -> Iterator[None]: """ Registers all types inside a container to resolve to a correct strategy. For example, let's say we have ``Result`` type. It is a subtype of ``ContainerN``, ``MappableN``, ``BindableN``, etc. When we check this type, we need ``MappableN`` to resolve to ``Result``. Can be used independently from other functions. """ our_interfaces = { base_type for base_type in container_type.__mro__ if ( getattr(base_type, '__module__', '').startswith('returns.') and base_type != container_type ) } for interface in our_interfaces: st.register_type_strategy( interface, strategy_from_container( container_type, use_init=settings.use_init, ), ) with maybe_register_container(container_type, use_init=settings.use_init): yield for interface in our_interfaces: types._global_type_lookup.pop(interface) # noqa: WPS441
[docs]@contextmanager def maybe_register_container( container_type: Type['Lawful'], *, use_init: bool, ) -> Iterator[None]: """Temporary registers a container if it is not registered yet.""" unknown_container = container_type not in types._global_type_lookup if unknown_container: st.register_type_strategy( container_type, strategy_from_container(container_type, use_init=use_init), ) yield if unknown_container: types._global_type_lookup.pop(container_type) # noqa: WPS441
[docs]@contextmanager def pure_functions() -> Iterator[None]: """ Context manager to resolve all ``Callable`` as pure functions. It is not a default in ``hypothesis``. """ def factory(thing) -> st.SearchStrategy: like = (lambda: None) if len( thing.__args__, ) == 1 else (lambda *args, **kwargs: None) return st.functions( like=like, returns=st.from_type(thing.__args__[-1]), pure=True, ) used = types._global_type_lookup[Callable] # type: ignore st.register_type_strategy(Callable, factory) # type: ignore yield types._global_type_lookup.pop(Callable) # type: ignore st.register_type_strategy(Callable, used) # type: ignore
[docs]@contextmanager def type_vars() -> Iterator[None]: """ Our custom ``TypeVar`` handling. There are several noticeable differences: 1. We add mutable types to the tests: like ``list`` and ``dict`` 2. We ensure that values inside strategies are self-equal, for example, ``nan`` does not work for us """ used = types._global_type_lookup[TypeVar] def factory(thing): type_strategies = [ types.resolve_TypeVar(thing), # TODO: add mutable strategies ] return st.one_of(type_strategies).filter( lambda inner: inner == inner, # noqa: WPS312 ) st.register_type_strategy(TypeVar, factory) yield types._global_type_lookup.pop(TypeVar) st.register_type_strategy(TypeVar, used)
def _run_law( container_type: Type[Lawful], law: Law, *, settings: _Settings, ) -> Callable[[st.DataObject], None]: def factory(source: st.DataObject) -> None: with type_vars(): with pure_functions(): with container_strategies(container_type, settings=settings): source.draw(st.builds(law.definition)) return factory def _create_law_test_case( container_type: Type[Lawful], interface: Type[Lawful], law: Law, *, settings: _Settings, ) -> None: test_function = given( hypothesis_settings(**settings.settings_kwargs)( _run_law(container_type, law, settings=settings), ), ) called_from = inspect.stack()[2] module = inspect.getmodule(called_from[0]) template = 'test_{container}_{interface}_{name}' test_function.__name__ = template.format( # noqa: WPS125 container=container_type.__qualname__.lower(), interface=interface.__qualname__.lower(),, ) setattr( module, test_function.__name__, # We mark all tests with `returns_lawful` marker, # so users can easily skip them if needed. pytest.mark.returns_lawful(test_function), )