Federated calendar and event organiser over ActivityPub
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# Calendar.social
# Copyright (C) 2018 Gergely Polonkai
#
# This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
#
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
# GNU Affero General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU Affero General Public License
# along with this program. If not, see <https://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
"""Profile related tests for Calendar.social
"""
import calsocial
from calsocial.models import db, Notification, NotificationAction, Profile, User, UserFollow
from helpers import login
def test_profile_follow(database):
"""Test the Profile.follow() method
"""
follower_user = User(username='follower',
email='follower@example.com',
password='passworder',
active=True)
followed_user = User(username='followed', email='followed@example.com')
follower = Profile(display_name='Follower', user=follower_user)
followed = Profile(display_name='Followed', user=followed_user)
db.session.add_all([follower, followed])
db.session.commit()
user_follow = followed.follow(follower=follower)
db.session.commit()
# The new follower record should have the fields set correctly
assert user_follow.followed == followed
assert user_follow.follower == follower
# There should be a notification about the follow
notification = Notification.query.one()
assert notification.actor == follower
assert notification.item == followed
assert notification.action == NotificationAction.follow
assert follower in followed.follower_list
assert followed in follower.followed_list
def test_follow_ui(client):
"""Test following on the web interface
"""
with calsocial.app.app_context():
follower_user = User(username='follower',
email='follower@example.com',
password='passworder',
active=True)
followed_user = User(username='followed', email='followed@example.com')
follower = Profile(display_name='Follower', user=follower_user)
followed = Profile(display_name='Followed', user=followed_user)
db.session.add_all([follower, followed])
db.session.commit()
login(client, 'follower', 'passworder')
page = client.get('/profile/@followed/follow')
assert page.status_code == 302
assert page.location == 'http://localhost/profile/%40followed'
with calsocial.app.app_context():
db.session.add_all([follower, followed])
follow = UserFollow.query.one()
assert follow.follower == follower
assert follow.followed == followed
assert follow.accepted_at is not None
def test_locked_profile(database):
"""Test following a locked profile
"""
follower_user = User(username='follower',
email='follower@example.com',
password='passworder',
active=True)
followed_user = User(username='followed', email='followed@example.com')
follower = Profile(display_name='Follower', user=follower_user)
followed = Profile(display_name='Followed', user=followed_user, locked=True)
db.session.add_all([follower, followed])
db.session.commit()
user_follow = followed.follow(follower=follower)
db.session.commit()
# The new follower record should have the fields set correctly
assert user_follow.followed == followed
assert user_follow.follower == follower
assert not user_follow.accepted_at
# There should be a notification about the follow
notification = Notification.query.one()
assert notification.actor == follower
assert notification.item == followed
assert notification.action == NotificationAction.follow
assert follower not in followed.follower_list
assert followed not in follower.followed_list