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This test case is able to setup a fresh distroseries in Ubuntu.
|Method||testInstantiate||UploadProcessor should instantiate|
|Method||testLocateDirectories||Return a sorted list of subdirs in a directory.|
|Method||testMoveUpload||moveUpload should move the upload directory.|
|Method||testMoveProcessUploadFailed||moveProcessedUpload moves if the result was not successful.|
|Method||testRemoveUpload||RemoveUpload removes the upload directory.|
|Method||testRejectionEmailForUnhandledException||Test there's a rejection email when nascentupload breaks.|
|Method||testUploadToFrozenDistro||Uploads to a frozen distroseries should work, but be unapproved.|
|Method||testCopyArchiveUploadToCurrentDistro||Check binary copy archive uploads to RELEASE pockets.|
|Method||testCopyArchiveUploadToSupportedDistro||Check binary copy archive uploads to RELEASE pockets.|
|Method||testDuplicatedBinaryUploadGetsRejected||The upload processor rejects duplicated binary uploads.|
|Method||testBinaryUploadToCopyArchive||Copy archive binaries are not checked against the primary archive.|
|Method||testPartnerArchiveMissingForPartnerUploadFails||A missing partner archive should produce a rejection email.|
|Method||testMixedPartnerUploadFails||Uploads with partner and non-partner files are rejected.|
|Method||testPartnerReusingOrigFromPartner||Partner uploads reuse 'orig.tar.gz' from the partner archive.|
|Method||testPartnerUpload||Partner packages should be uploaded to the partner archive.|
|Method||testUploadAncestry||Check that an upload correctly finds any file ancestors.|
|Method||testPartnerUploadToProposedPocket||Upload a partner package to the proposed pocket.|
|Method||testPartnerUploadToReleasePocketInStableDistroseries||Partner package upload to release pocket in stable distroseries.|
|Method||disabled_testPartnerUploadToNonReleaseOrProposedPocket||Test partner upload pockets.|
|Method||testSourceUploadToBuilddPath||Source uploads to buildd upload paths are not permitted.|
|Method||checkComponentOverride||Helper function to check overridden source component names.|
|Method||testUploadContribComponentOverride||Test the overriding of the contrib component on uploads.|
|Method||testUploadNonfreeComponentOverride||Test the overriding of the non-free component on uploads.|
|Method||testUploadDefaultComponentOverride||Test the overriding of the component on uploads.|
|Method||checkBinaryComponentOverride||Helper function to check overridden binary component names.|
|Method||testBinaryPackageDefaultComponent||The default component is universe.|
|Method||testBinaryPackageSourcePublicationOverride||The source publication's component is used.|
|Method||testOopsCreation||Test that an unhandled exception generates an OOPS.|
|Method||testLZMADebUpload||Make sure that data files compressed with lzma in Debs work.|
|Method||testXZDebUpload||Make sure that data files compressed with xz in Debs work.|
|Method||testSourceUploadWithoutBinaryField||Source uploads may omit the Binary field.|
|Method||testUploadResultingInNoBuilds||Source uploads resulting in no builds.|
|Method||testPackageUploadPermissions||Test package-specific upload permissions.|
|Method||testPackagesetUploadPermissions||Test package set based upload permissions.|
|Method||test30QuiltUploadToUnsupportingSeriesIsRejected||Ensure that uploads to series without format support are rejected.|
|Method||test30QuiltUpload||Ensure that 3.0 (quilt) uploads work properly.|
|Method||test30QuiltUploadWithSameComponentOrig||Ensure that 3.0 (quilt) uploads with shared component origs work.|
|Method||test30NativeUpload||Ensure that 3.0 (native) uploads work properly.|
|Method||test10Bzip2UploadIsRejected||Ensure that 1.0 sources with bzip2 compression are rejected.|
|Method||testPGPSignatureNotPreserved||PGP signatures should be removed from .changes files.|
|Method||_checkPartnerUploadEmailSuccess||Ensure partner uploads generate the right email.|
|Method||_makeUpload||Create a dummy upload for testing the move/remove methods.|
|Method||_checkCopyArchiveUploadToDistro||Check binary copy archive uploads for given pocket and status.|
|Method||_uploadPartnerToNonReleasePocketAndCheckFail||Upload partner package to non-release pocket.|
Inherited from TestUploadProcessorBase:
|Method||publishPackage||Publish a single package that is currently NEW in the queue.|
|Method||assertLogContains||Assert if a given line is present in the log messages.|
|Method||setupBreezy||Create a fresh distroseries in ubuntu.|
|Method||addMockFile||Return a librarian file.|
|Method||queueUpload||Queue one of our test uploads.|
|Method||processUpload||Process an upload queue entry directory.|
|Method||setupBreezyAndGetUploadProcessor||Setup Breezy and return an upload processor for it.|
|Method||assertEmails||Check recent email content and recipients.|
|Method||PGPSignatureNotPreserved||PGP signatures should be removed from .changes files.|
|Method||getUserBrowser||Return a Browser logged in as a fresh user, maybe opened at
|Method||createBranchAtURL||Create a branch at the supplied URL.|
|Method||create_branch_and_tree||Create a database branch, bzr branch and bzr checkout.|
|Method||createBzrBranch||Create a bzr branch for a database branch.|
|Static Method||getBranchPath||Return the path of the branch in the mirrored area.|
|Method||useBzrBranches||Prepare for using bzr branches.|
|Method||becomeDbUser||Commit, then log into the database as
|Method||__str__||The string representation of a test is its id.|
|Method||useContext||Use the supplied context in this test.|
|Method||makeTemporaryDirectory||Create a temporary directory, and return its path.|
|Method||installKarmaRecorder||Set up and return a
|Method||assertProvides||Assert 'obj' correctly provides 'interface'.|
|Method||assertNotifies||Assert that a callable performs a given notification.|
|Method||assertNoNotification||Assert that no notifications are generated by the callable.|
|Method||assertSqlAttributeEqualsDate||Fail unless the value of the attribute is equal to the date.|
|Method||assertIsInstance||Assert that an instance is an instance of assert_class.|
|Method||assertContentEqual||Assert that 'iter1' has the same content as 'iter2'.|
|Method||assertRaisesWithContent||Check if the given exception is raised with given content.|
|Method||assertBetween||Assert that 'variable' is strictly between two boundaries.|
|Method||assertVectorEqual||Apply assertEqual to all given pairs in one go.|
|Method||expectedLog||Expect a log to be written that matches the regex.|
|Method||pushConfig||Push some key-value pairs into a section of the config.|
|Method||attachLibrarianLog||Include the logChunks from fixture in the test details.|
|Method||assertStatementCount||Assert that the expected number of SQL statements occurred.|
|Method||useTempDir||Use a temporary directory for this test.|
|Method||assertEmailHeadersEqual||Assert that two email headers are equal.|
|Method||assertEndsWith||Asserts that s ends with suffix.|
|Method||checkPermissions||Check if the used_permissions match expected_permissions.|
|Method||assertEmailQueueLength||Pop the email queue, assert its length, and return it.|
|Method||_unfoldEmailHeader||Unfold a multiline email header.|
If a developer makes an upload which finds a bug in nascentupload, and an unhandled exception occurs, we should try to send a rejection email. We'll test that this works, in a case where we will have the right information to send the email before the error occurs.
If we haven't extracted enough information to send a rejection email when things break, trying to send one will raise a new exception, and the upload will fail silently as before. We don't test this case.
See bug 35965.
The rule for a frozen distroseries is that uploads should still be permitted, but that the usual rule for auto-accepting uploads of existing packages should be suspended. New packages will still go into NEW, but new versions will be UNAPPROVED, rather than ACCEPTED.
To test this, we will upload two versions of the same package, accepting and publishing the first, and freezing the distroseries before the second. If all is well, the second upload should go through ok, but end up in status UNAPPROVED, and with the appropriate email contents.
See bug 58187.
Check binary copy archive uploads for given pocket and status. This helper method tests that buildd binary uploads to copy archives work when the * destination pocket is `pocket_to_check` * associated distroseries is in state `status_to_check`. See bug 369512.
Buildd binary uploads to COPY archives (resulting from successful builds) should be allowed to go to the RELEASE pocket even though the distro series has a CURRENT status.
See bug 369512.
Buildd binary uploads to COPY archives (resulting from successful builds) should be allowed to go to the RELEASE pocket even though the distro series has a SUPPORTED status.
See bug 369512.
Duplicated binary uploads should be rejected, because they can't be published on disk, since it will be introducing different contents to the same filename in the archive.
Such situation happens when a source gets copied to another suite in the same archive. The binary rebuild will have the same (name, version) of the original binary and will certainly have a different content (at least, the ar-compressed timestamps) making it impossible to be published in the archive.
When a buildd binary upload to a copy archive is performed the version should not be checked against the primary archive but against the copy archive in question.
If the partner archive is missing (i.e. there is a data problem) when a partner package is uploaded to it, a sensible rejection error email should be generated.
Test that a package that has partner and non-partner files in it is rejected. Partner uploads should be entirely partner.
Packages that have files in the 'partner' component should be uploaded to a separate IArchive that has a purpose of ArchivePurpose.PARTNER.
When uploading a package, any previous versions will have ancestor files which affects whether this upload is NEW or not. In particular, when an upload's archive has been overridden, we must make sure that the ancestry check looks in all the distro archives. This can be done by two partner package uploads, as partner packages have their archive overridden.
Uploading a partner package to the release pocket in a stable distroseries is allowed.
Helper function to upload a partner package to a non-release pocket and ensure it fails.
Partner uploads must be targeted to the RELEASE pocket only,
Upload a 'bar' package from upload_dir_name, then inspect the package 'bar' in the NEW queue and ensure its overridden component matches expected_component_name.
The original component comes from the source package contained in upload_dir_name.
Components other than non-free and contrib should override to universe.
Upload a 'bar' package from upload_dir_name, publish it, and then override the publication's component. When the binary release is published, it's component correspond to the source publication's component.
The original component comes from the source package contained in upload_dir_name.
Each Deb contains a data.tar.xxx file where xxx is one of gz, bz2, lzma or xz. Here we make sure that lzma works.
Each Deb contains a data.tar.xxx file where xxx is one of gz, bz2, lzma or xz. Here we make sure that xz works.
dpkg >= 1.19.3 omits the Binary field (as well as Description) from sourceful .changes files, so don't require it.
Source uploads building only in unsupported architectures are accepted in primary archives.
If a new source upload results in no builds, it can be accepted from queue.
If a auto-accepted source upload results in no builds, like a known ubuntu or a PPA upload, it will made its way to the repository.
This scenario usually happens for sources targeted to architectures not yet supported in ubuntu, but for which we have plans to support soon.
Once a chroot is available for the architecture being prepared,
queue-builder run will be required to create the missing
Someone who has upload permissions to a component, but also has permission to a specific package in a different component should be able to upload that package. (Bug #250618)
Series can restrict the source formats that they accept. Uploads should be rejected if an unsupported format is uploaded.
Email notifications and the librarian file for the .changes file should both have the PGP signature removed.