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"""A suite of unit tests for the Python DOM API.

This suite will test a DOM API for compliance with the DOM API, level 2. It
assumes that the DOM tested supports at least both the Core and XML features. It
requires PyUnit; see http://pyunit.sourceforge.net/.

Example for the python minidom (which is an incomplete implementation):

from xml.dom.minidom import DOMImplementation, parseString
from domapi import DOMImplementationTestSuite

def MiniDomParseString(self, xml):
    return parseString(xml)

def test_suite():
    '''Return a test suite for the Zope testing framework.'''
    return DOMImplementationTestSuite(DOMImplementation(), MiniDomParseString)

if __name__ == '__main__':
    import unittest
    unittest.TextTestRunner().run(test_suite())

"""

import unittest
import CoreLvl1, CoreLvl2, CoreLvl3, XMLLvl1, XMLLvl2, TraversalLvl2, Load3

cases = (
    CoreLvl1.cases +
    CoreLvl2.cases +
    CoreLvl3.cases +
    XMLLvl1.cases +
    XMLLvl2.cases +
    TraversalLvl2.cases +
    Load3.cases
)

def DOMImplementationTestSuite(implementation, parseMethod, verbose=0):
    """ Create a testsuite for DOM lvl 2 compliance, given a DOM Implementation.

    To test a DOM implementation, hand in a DOMImplementation object, and a
    method that will take a string holding an XML document and returns a
    Document Node created from the XML.

    Then run the returned unittest testsuite.

    Note that the signature of the parse method is (self, xmlString) and should
    parse the xml string with namespaces turned on. It will be used to create
    Nodes which normally cannot be created using the DOM API, like Notations and
    Entities.

    """

    # First test for minimal feature support
    assert (implementation.hasFeature('Core', '2.0') and
        implementation.hasFeature('XML', '2.0')), (
        "This DOMImplementation doesn't feature the level 2 Core and XML API.")

    suite = unittest.TestSuite()
    # The minimal set of features that should return 1 on hasFeature. 
    # ('Core', '1.0') was never defined for DOM level 1, it was implicit. Most
    # DOM level 2 implementations return true, but this is a courtesy.
    supportedFeatures = {
        ('Core', None): 1,
        ('Core', '2.0'): 1,
        ('XML', None): 1,
        ('XML', '1.0'): 1,
        ('XML', '2.0'): 1,
    }

    for case, feature, version in cases:
        if implementation.hasFeature(feature, version):
            case.implementation = implementation
            case.parse = parseMethod
            suite.addTest(unittest.makeSuite(case, 'check'))

            supportedFeatures[(feature, version)] = 1
            supportedFeatures[(feature, None)] = 1
        else:
            if verbose:
                 print ("Test %s skipped: DOM feature not supported.\n" %
                    case.__name__)

    # Record supported features.
    CoreLvl1.DOMImplementationReadTestCase.supportedFeatures = (
        supportedFeatures.keys())
    CoreLvl2.NodeReadTestCaseBase.supportedFeatures = (
        supportedFeatures.keys())

    return suite

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