Commit 788a154b authored by Arnaud Fontaine's avatar Arnaud Fontaine

Define __getattr__ on non-Browser classes rather than modifying the class dictionary

parent 3db880ef
......@@ -54,6 +54,13 @@ def measurementMetaClass(prefix):
besides of Browser.
def __new__(metacls, name, bases, dictionary):
def nonBrowserClass_getattr(self, attribute):
Some attributes, such as lastRequestSeconds, are only defined in the
Browser class
return getattr(self.browser, attribute)
def timeInSecondDecorator(method):
def wrapper(self, *args, **kwargs):
......@@ -103,14 +110,8 @@ def measurementMetaClass(prefix):
if callable(attribute) and not getattr(attribute, '__is_wrapper__', False):
# lastRequestSeconds properties are only defined on classes inheriting
# from zope.testbrowser.browser.Browser, so create these properties for
# all other classes too
if 'Browser' not in bases[0].__name__:
time_method = lambda self: self.browser.lastRequestSeconds
time_method.func_name = 'lastRequestSeconds'
time_method.__doc__ = Browser.lastRequestSeconds.__doc__
dictionary['lastRequestSeconds'] = property(time_method)
dictionary['__getattr__'] = nonBrowserClass_getattr
return super(MeasurementMetaClass,
metacls).__new__(metacls, name, bases, dictionary)
......@@ -566,7 +567,7 @@ class MainForm(Form):
class attribute name, if class_attribute
parameter is given.
"Submitting (name='%s', label='%s', class='%s')" % (name, label,
......@@ -645,7 +646,7 @@ class MainForm(Form):
value = item
self.browser._logger.debug("select_id='%s', label='%s', value='%s'" % \
self._logger.debug("select_id='%s', label='%s', value='%s'" % \
(select_name, label, value))
select_control.getControl(label=label, value=value,
......@@ -668,13 +669,13 @@ class MainForm(Form):
into the page content?
if 'Logged In as' in self.browser.contents:
self.browser._logger.debug("Already logged in")
self._logger.debug("Already logged in")
# TODO: Perhaps zope.testbrowser should be patched instead?
self.browser.timer.start_time = self.browser.timer.end_time = 0
self.browser._logger.debug("Logging in: username='%s', password='%s'" % \
(self.browser._username, self.browser._password))
self._logger.debug("Logging in: username='%s', password='%s'" % \
(self.browser._username, self.browser._password))
def login(form):
form.getControl(name='__ac_name').value = self.browser._username
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