Commit f980c709 authored by Paul Sokolovsky's avatar Paul Sokolovsky
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tests/basic/: Make various tests skippable.

To run the testsuite on small ports.
parent b737c9cb
......@@ -4,5 +4,4 @@ i = iter(iter([1, 2, 3]))
print(list(i))
i = iter(iter({1:2, 3:4, 5:6}))
print(sorted(i))
i = iter(iter({1, 2, 3}))
print(sorted(i))
# set, see set_iter_of_iter.py
print(list(map(lambda x: x & 1, range(-3, 4))))
print(list(map(abs, range(-3, 4))))
print(list(map(set, [[i] for i in range(-3, 4)])))
print(list(map(tuple, [[i] for i in range(-3, 4)])))
print(list(map(pow, range(4), range(4))))
# test memoryview
try:
memoryview
except:
import sys
print("SKIP")
sys.exit()
# test reading from bytes
b = b'1234'
......
# test memoryview accessing maximum values for signed/unsigned elements
from array import array
try:
from array import array
memoryview
except:
import sys
print("SKIP")
sys.exit()
print(list(memoryview(b'\x7f\x80\x81\xff')))
print(list(memoryview(array('b', [0x7f, -0x80]))))
......
# test memoryview retains pointer to original object/buffer
try:
memoryview
except:
import sys
print("SKIP")
sys.exit()
b = bytearray(10)
m = memoryview(b)[1:]
......
try:
from collections import namedtuple
try:
from collections import namedtuple
except ImportError:
from ucollections import namedtuple
except ImportError:
from ucollections import namedtuple
import sys
print("SKIP")
sys.exit()
T = namedtuple("Tup", ["foo", "bar"])
# CPython prints fully qualified name, what we don't bother to do so far
......
......@@ -2,6 +2,14 @@
# (non-initialized) instance of class.
# See e.g. http://infohost.nmt.edu/tcc/help/pubs/python/web/new-new-method.html
# TODO: Find reference in CPython docs
try:
# If we don't expose object.__new__ (small ports), there's
# nothing to test.
object.__new__
except AttributeError:
import sys
print("SKIP")
sys.exit()
class Foo:
......
......@@ -20,7 +20,6 @@ test_exc("False in True", TypeError)
test_exc("1 * {}", TypeError)
test_exc("1 in 1", TypeError)
test_exc("bytearray() // 2", TypeError)
test_exc("m = memoryview(bytearray())\nm += bytearray()", TypeError)
# object with buffer protocol needed on rhs
test_exc("bytearray(1) + 1", TypeError)
......
# test errors from bad operations (unary, binary, etc)
try:
memoryview
except:
import sys
print("SKIP")
sys.exit()
def test_exc(code, exc):
try:
exec(code)
print("no exception")
except exc:
print("right exception")
except:
print("wrong exception")
# unsupported binary operators
test_exc("m = memoryview(bytearray())\nm += bytearray()", TypeError)
i = iter(iter({1, 2, 3}))
print(sorted(i))
......@@ -105,42 +105,4 @@ cud1 > cud2
cud1 + cud2
cud1 - cud2
# the following require MICROPY_PY_ALL_SPECIAL_METHODS
+cud1
-cud1
~cud1
cud1 * cud2
cud1 / cud2
cud2 // cud1
cud1 += cud2
cud1 -= cud2
# TODO: the following operations are not supported on every ports
#
# ne is not supported, !(eq) is called instead
#cud1 != cud2
#
# binary and is not supported
# cud1 & cud2
#
# binary lshift is not supported
# cud1<<1
#
# modulus is not supported
# cud1 % 2
#
# binary or is not supported
# cud1 | cud2
#
# pow is not supported
# cud1**2
#
# rshift is not suported
# cud1>>1
#
# xor is not supported
# cud1^cud2
#
# in the followin test, cpython still calls __eq__
# cud3=cud1
# cud3==cud1
# more in special_methods2.py
class Cud():
def __init__(self):
#print("__init__ called")
pass
def __repr__(self):
print("__repr__ called")
return ""
def __lt__(self, other):
print("__lt__ called")
def __le__(self, other):
print("__le__ called")
def __eq__(self, other):
print("__eq__ called")
def __ne__(self, other):
print("__ne__ called")
def __ge__(self, other):
print("__ge__ called")
def __gt__(self, other):
print("__gt__ called")
def __abs__(self):
print("__abs__ called")
def __add__(self, other):
print("__add__ called")
def __and__(self, other):
print("__and__ called")
def __floordiv__(self, other):
print("__floordiv__ called")
def __index__(self, other):
print("__index__ called")
def __inv__(self):
print("__inv__ called")
def __invert__(self):
print("__invert__ called")
def __lshift__(self, val):
print("__lshift__ called")
def __mod__(self, val):
print("__mod__ called")
def __mul__(self, other):
print("__mul__ called")
def __matmul__(self, other):
print("__matmul__ called")
def __neg__(self):
print("__neg__ called")
def __or__(self, other):
print("__or__ called")
def __pos__(self):
print("__pos__ called")
def __pow__(self, val):
print("__pow__ called")
def __rshift__(self, val):
print("__rshift__ called")
def __sub__(self, other):
print("__sub__ called")
def __truediv__(self, other):
print("__truediv__ called")
def __div__(self, other):
print("__div__ called")
def __xor__(self, other):
print("__xor__ called")
def __iadd__(self, other):
print("__iadd__ called")
return self
def __isub__(self, other):
print("__isub__ called")
return self
cud1 = Cud()
cud2 = Cud()
try:
+cud1
except TypeError:
import sys
print("SKIP")
sys.exit()
# the following require MICROPY_PY_ALL_SPECIAL_METHODS
+cud1
-cud1
~cud1
cud1 * cud2
cud1 / cud2
cud2 // cud1
cud1 += cud2
cud1 -= cud2
# TODO: the following operations are not supported on every ports
#
# ne is not supported, !(eq) is called instead
#cud1 != cud2
#
# binary and is not supported
# cud1 & cud2
#
# binary lshift is not supported
# cud1<<1
#
# modulus is not supported
# cud1 % 2
#
# binary or is not supported
# cud1 | cud2
#
# pow is not supported
# cud1**2
#
# rshift is not suported
# cud1>>1
#
# xor is not supported
# cud1^cud2
#
# in the followin test, cpython still calls __eq__
# cud3=cud1
# cud3==cud1
......@@ -5,6 +5,13 @@ class Base:
def foo(cls):
print(cls.__name__)
try:
Base.__name__
except AttributeError:
import sys
print("SKIP")
sys.exit()
class Sub(Base):
pass
......
......@@ -6,8 +6,18 @@ print(sys.__name__)
print(type(sys.path))
print(type(sys.argv))
print(sys.byteorder in ('little', 'big'))
print(sys.maxsize > 100)
print(sys.implementation.name in ('cpython', 'micropython'))
try:
print(sys.maxsize > 100)
except AttributeError:
# Effectively skip subtests
print(True)
try:
print(sys.implementation.name in ('cpython', 'micropython'))
except AttributeError:
# Effectively skip subtests
print(True)
try:
sys.exit()
......
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