Commit 82eea1c9 authored by Arnaud Fontaine's avatar Arnaud Fontaine

Add Browser.open()-like which does not actually visit the page.

parent 35a20958
......@@ -207,6 +207,53 @@ class Browser(ExtendedTestBrowser):
self._logger.debug("Opening: " + url_or_path)
super(Browser, self).open(url_or_path, data)
def openNoVisit(self, url_or_path, data=None, site_relative=True):
"""
Copy/paste from zope.testbrowser.Browser.open() to allow opening an URL
without changing the current page. See L{open}.
@see zope.testbrowser.interfaces.IBrowser
"""
if site_relative:
# In case url_or_path is an absolute URL, urljoin() will return
# it, otherwise it is a relative path and will be concatenated to
# ERP5 base URL
url_or_path = urljoin(self._erp5_base_url, url_or_path)
import mechanize
if isinstance(data, dict):
data = urllib.urlencode(data)
response = None
url_or_path = str(url_or_path)
self._logger.debug("Opening: " + url_or_path)
self._start_timer()
try:
try:
try:
response = self.mech_browser.open_novisit(url_or_path, data)
except Exception, e:
fix_exception_name(e)
raise
except mechanize.HTTPError, e:
if e.code >= 200 and e.code <= 299:
# 200s aren't really errors
pass
elif self.raiseHttpErrors:
raise
finally:
self._stop_timer()
# if the headers don't have a status, I suppose there can't be an error
if 'Status' in self.headers:
code, msg = self.headers['Status'].split(' ', 1)
code = int(code)
if self.raiseHttpErrors and code >= 400:
raise mechanize.HTTPError(url_or_path, code, msg, self.headers, fp=None)
return response
def randomSleep(self, minimum, maximum):
"""
Allow to randomly sleep in seconds in the interval [minimum,
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