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Source code for google.appengine.api.files.testutil

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"""Files API.

.. deprecated:: 1.8.1
   Use Google Cloud Storage Client library instead.

Testing utils for writing tests involving Files API."""

__all__ = ['TestFileServiceStub']

from google.appengine.api import apiproxy_stub
from google.appengine.api.files import file_service_pb

[docs]class TestFileServiceStub(apiproxy_stub.APIProxyStub): """A FileServiceStub to be used with tests. Doesn't perform any kind of file validation and stores all file content in memory. Can be used to test low-level file calls only, because it doesn't support all features (like blobstore files). """ def __init__(self): super(TestFileServiceStub, self).__init__('file') self._file_content = {} def _Dynamic_Open(self, request, response): pass def _Dynamic_Close(self, request, response): pass def _Dynamic_Append(self, request, response): self._file_content[request.filename()] = ( self.get_content(request.filename()) + def _Dynamic_Read(self, request, response): content = self._file_content[request.filename()] pos = request.pos() response.set_data(content[pos:pos + request.max_bytes()]) def _Dynamic_Stat(self, request, response): file_stat = response.add_stat() file_stat.set_length(len(self.get_content(request.filename()))) file_stat.set_filename(request.filename()) file_stat.set_content_type(file_service_pb.FileContentType.RAW) file_stat.set_finalized(True) response.set_more_files_found(False)
[docs] def get_content(self, filename): """Get current in-memory file content.""" return self._file_content.get(filename, '')
[docs] def set_content(self, filename, content): """Set current in-memory file content.""" self._file_content[filename] = content