Source code for spack.test.cmd.audit

# Copyright 2013-2022 Lawrence Livermore National Security, LLC and other
# Spack Project Developers. See the top-level COPYRIGHT file for details.
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# SPDX-License-Identifier: (Apache-2.0 OR MIT)
import pytest

from spack.main import SpackCommand

audit = SpackCommand("audit")


[docs]@pytest.mark.parametrize( "pkgs,expected_returncode", [ # A single package with issues, should exit 1 (["wrong-variant-in-conflicts"], 1), # A "sane" package should exit 0 (["mpileaks"], 0), # A package with issues and a package without should exit 1 (["wrong-variant-in-conflicts", "mpileaks"], 1), (["mpileaks", "wrong-variant-in-conflicts"], 1), ], ) def test_audit_packages(pkgs, expected_returncode, mutable_config, mock_packages): """Sanity check ``spack audit packages`` to make sure it works.""" audit("packages", *pkgs, fail_on_error=False) assert audit.returncode == expected_returncode
[docs]def test_audit_configs(mutable_config, mock_packages): """Sanity check ``spack audit packages`` to make sure it works.""" audit("configs", fail_on_error=False) # The mock configuration has duplicate definitions of some compilers assert audit.returncode == 1
[docs]def test_audit_packages_https(mutable_config, mock_packages): # Without providing --all should fail audit("packages-https", fail_on_error=False) # The mock configuration has duplicate definitions of some compilers assert audit.returncode == 1 # This uses http and should fail audit("packages-https", "test-dependency", fail_on_error=False) assert audit.returncode == 1 # providing one or more package names with https should work audit("packages-https", "cmake", fail_on_error=True) assert audit.returncode == 0 # providing one or more package names with https should work audit("packages-https", "cmake", "conflict", fail_on_error=True) assert audit.returncode == 0