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Tip revision: c1e89ccdd82e4aade9749fe295647b9771f0c8d2 authored by Bryna Hazelton on 15 February 2017, 23:47 UTC
another bug
Tip revision: c1e89cc
"""Setup testing environment, define useful testing functions."""
import os
import warnings
import collections
import sys
from import DATA_PATH

def setup_package():
    """Make data/test directory to put test output files in."""
    testdir = os.path.join(DATA_PATH, 'test/')
    if not os.path.exists(testdir):
        print('making test directory')

# Functions that are useful for testing:
def get_iterable(x):
    """Helper function for checkWarnings."""
    if isinstance(x, collections.Iterable):
        return x
        return (x,)

def clearWarnings():
    """Quick code to make warnings reproducible."""
    for name, mod in list(sys.modules.items()):
            reg = getattr(mod, "__warningregistry__", None)
        except ImportError:
        if reg:

def checkWarnings(func, func_args=[], func_kwargs={},
                  nwarnings=1, message=None, known_warning=None):
    """Function to check expected warnings."""

    if known_warning == 'miriad':
        # The default warnings for known telescopes when reading miriad files
        category = [UserWarning]
        message = ['Altitude is not present in Miriad file, using known '
                   'location values for PAPER.']
        nwarnings = 1
    elif known_warning == 'paper_uvfits':
        # The default warnings for known telescopes when reading uvfits files
        category = [UserWarning] * 2
        message = ['Required Antenna frame keyword', 'telescope_location is not set']
        nwarnings = 2

    category = get_iterable(category)
    message = get_iterable(message)

    with warnings.catch_warnings(record=True) as w:
        warnings.simplefilter("always")  # All warnings triggered
        func(*func_args, **func_kwargs)  # Run function
        # Verify
        if len(w) != nwarnings:
            print('wrong number of warnings')
            for idx, wi in enumerate(w):
                print('warning {i} is: {w}'.format(i=idx, w=wi))
            return False
            for i, w_i in enumerate(w):
                if w_i.category is not category[i]:
                    status = False
                if message[i] is not None:
                    if message[i] not in str(w_i.message):
                        return False
    return True
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