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assertNumQueries decorator and context manager
import functools
import sys
import re
from django.conf import settings
from django.db import connection
def shrink_select(sql):
return re.sub("^SELECT(.+)FROM", "SELECT .. FROM", sql)
def shrink_update(sql):
return re.sub("SET(.+)WHERE", "SET .. WHERE", sql)
def shrink_insert(sql):
return re.sub("\((.+)\)", "(..)", sql)
def shrink_sql(sql):
return shrink_update(shrink_insert(shrink_select(sql)))
def _err_msg(num, expected_num, verbose, func=None):
func_name = "%s:" % func.__name__ if func else ""
msg = "%s Expected number of queries is %d, actual number is %d.\n" % (func_name, expected_num, num,)
if verbose > 0:
queries = [query['sql'] for query in connection.queries[-num:]]
if verbose == 1:
queries = [shrink_sql(sql) for sql in queries]
msg += "== Queries == \n" +"\n".join(queries)
return msg
def assertNumQueries(expected_num, verbose=1):
class DecoratorOrContextManager(object):
def __call__(self, func): # decorator
def inner(*args, **kwargs):
handled = False
return func(*args, **kwargs)
handled = True
if not handled:
self.__exit__(None, None, None)
return inner
def __enter__(self):
self.old_debug = settings.DEBUG
self.old_query_count = len(connection.queries)
settings.DEBUG = True
def __exit__(self, type, value, traceback):
if not type:
num = len(connection.queries) - self.old_query_count
assert expected_num == num, _err_msg(num, expected_num, verbose)
settings.DEBUG = self.old_debug
return DecoratorOrContextManager()
# usage
class MyTestCase(TestCase):
def test_1(self):
# ...
def test_2(self):
# ...
with assertNumQueries(3, verbose=2):
# ...
# ...
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