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authorDaniel Baumann <daniel.baumann@progress-linux.org>2022-01-30 11:02:58 +0000
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Adding upstream version 4.1.0.upstream/4.1.0
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diff --git a/.gitignore b/.gitignore
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+*.egg-info
+*.py[co]
+.*.sw[a-z]
+.coverage
+.tox
+.venv.touch
+/.mypy_cache
+/.pytest_cache
+/venv*
+coverage-html
+dist
diff --git a/.pre-commit-config.yaml b/.pre-commit-config.yaml
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+repos:
+- repo: https://github.com/pre-commit/pre-commit-hooks
+ rev: v4.1.0
+ hooks:
+ - id: trailing-whitespace
+ - id: end-of-file-fixer
+ - id: check-docstring-first
+ - id: check-json
+ - id: check-added-large-files
+ - id: check-yaml
+ - id: debug-statements
+ - id: name-tests-test
+ - id: double-quote-string-fixer
+ - id: requirements-txt-fixer
+- repo: https://github.com/PyCQA/flake8
+ rev: 4.0.1
+ hooks:
+ - id: flake8
+ additional_dependencies: [flake8-typing-imports==1.7.0]
+- repo: https://github.com/pre-commit/mirrors-autopep8
+ rev: v1.5.7
+ hooks:
+ - id: autopep8
+- repo: https://github.com/asottile/reorder_python_imports
+ rev: v2.6.0
+ hooks:
+ - id: reorder-python-imports
+ args: [--py3-plus]
+- repo: https://github.com/asottile/pyupgrade
+ rev: v2.29.1
+ hooks:
+ - id: pyupgrade
+ args: [--py36-plus]
+- repo: https://github.com/asottile/add-trailing-comma
+ rev: v2.2.1
+ hooks:
+ - id: add-trailing-comma
+ args: [--py36-plus]
+- repo: https://github.com/asottile/setup-cfg-fmt
+ rev: v1.20.0
+ hooks:
+ - id: setup-cfg-fmt
+- repo: https://github.com/pre-commit/mirrors-mypy
+ rev: v0.920
+ hooks:
+ - id: mypy
+ additional_dependencies: [types-all]
diff --git a/.pre-commit-hooks.yaml b/.pre-commit-hooks.yaml
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+- id: check-added-large-files
+ name: check for added large files
+ description: prevents giant files from being committed.
+ entry: check-added-large-files
+ language: python
+- id: check-ast
+ name: check python ast
+ description: simply checks whether the files parse as valid python.
+ entry: check-ast
+ language: python
+ types: [python]
+- id: check-byte-order-marker
+ name: 'check BOM - deprecated: use fix-byte-order-marker'
+ description: forbids files which have a utf-8 byte-order marker.
+ entry: check-byte-order-marker
+ language: python
+ types: [text]
+- id: check-builtin-literals
+ name: check builtin type constructor use
+ description: requires literal syntax when initializing empty or zero python builtin types.
+ entry: check-builtin-literals
+ language: python
+ types: [python]
+- id: check-case-conflict
+ name: check for case conflicts
+ description: checks for files that would conflict in case-insensitive filesystems.
+ entry: check-case-conflict
+ language: python
+- id: check-docstring-first
+ name: check docstring is first
+ description: checks a common error of defining a docstring after code.
+ entry: check-docstring-first
+ language: python
+ types: [python]
+- id: check-executables-have-shebangs
+ name: check that executables have shebangs
+ description: ensures that (non-binary) executables have a shebang.
+ entry: check-executables-have-shebangs
+ language: python
+ types: [text, executable]
+ stages: [commit, push, manual]
+- id: check-json
+ name: check json
+ description: checks json files for parseable syntax.
+ entry: check-json
+ language: python
+ types: [json]
+- id: check-shebang-scripts-are-executable
+ name: check that scripts with shebangs are executable
+ description: ensures that (non-binary) files with a shebang are executable.
+ entry: check-shebang-scripts-are-executable
+ language: python
+ types: [text]
+ stages: [commit, push, manual]
+- id: pretty-format-json
+ name: pretty format json
+ description: sets a standard for formatting json files.
+ entry: pretty-format-json
+ language: python
+ types: [json]
+- id: check-merge-conflict
+ name: check for merge conflicts
+ description: checks for files that contain merge conflict strings.
+ entry: check-merge-conflict
+ language: python
+ types: [text]
+- id: check-symlinks
+ name: check for broken symlinks
+ description: checks for symlinks which do not point to anything.
+ entry: check-symlinks
+ language: python
+ types: [symlink]
+- id: check-toml
+ name: check toml
+ description: checks toml files for parseable syntax.
+ entry: check-toml
+ language: python
+ types: [toml]
+- id: check-vcs-permalinks
+ name: check vcs permalinks
+ description: ensures that links to vcs websites are permalinks.
+ entry: check-vcs-permalinks
+ language: python
+ types: [text]
+- id: check-xml
+ name: check xml
+ description: checks xml files for parseable syntax.
+ entry: check-xml
+ language: python
+ types: [xml]
+- id: check-yaml
+ name: check yaml
+ description: checks yaml files for parseable syntax.
+ entry: check-yaml
+ language: python
+ types: [yaml]
+- id: debug-statements
+ name: debug statements (python)
+ description: checks for debugger imports and py37+ `breakpoint()` calls in python source.
+ entry: debug-statement-hook
+ language: python
+ types: [python]
+- id: destroyed-symlinks
+ name: detect destroyed symlinks
+ description: detects symlinks which are changed to regular files with a content of a path which that symlink was pointing to.
+ entry: destroyed-symlinks
+ language: python
+ types: [file]
+- id: detect-aws-credentials
+ name: detect aws credentials
+ description: detects *your* aws credentials from the aws cli credentials file.
+ entry: detect-aws-credentials
+ language: python
+ types: [text]
+- id: detect-private-key
+ name: detect private key
+ description: detects the presence of private keys.
+ entry: detect-private-key
+ language: python
+ types: [text]
+- id: double-quote-string-fixer
+ name: fix double quoted strings
+ description: replaces double quoted strings with single quoted strings.
+ entry: double-quote-string-fixer
+ language: python
+ types: [python]
+- id: end-of-file-fixer
+ name: fix end of files
+ description: ensures that a file is either empty, or ends with one newline.
+ entry: end-of-file-fixer
+ language: python
+ types: [text]
+ stages: [commit, push, manual]
+- id: file-contents-sorter
+ name: file contents sorter
+ description: sorts the lines in specified files (defaults to alphabetical). you must provide list of target files as input in your .pre-commit-config.yaml file.
+ entry: file-contents-sorter
+ language: python
+ files: '^$'
+- id: fix-byte-order-marker
+ name: fix utf-8 byte order marker
+ description: removes utf-8 byte order marker.
+ entry: fix-byte-order-marker
+ language: python
+ types: [text]
+- id: fix-encoding-pragma
+ name: fix python encoding pragma
+ description: 'adds # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- to the top of python files.'
+ language: python
+ entry: fix-encoding-pragma
+ types: [python]
+- id: forbid-new-submodules
+ name: forbid new submodules
+ description: prevents addition of new git submodules.
+ language: python
+ entry: forbid-new-submodules
+ types: [directory]
+- id: mixed-line-ending
+ name: mixed line ending
+ description: replaces or checks mixed line ending.
+ entry: mixed-line-ending
+ language: python
+ types: [text]
+- id: name-tests-test
+ name: tests should end in _test.py
+ description: this verifies that test files are named correctly.
+ entry: name-tests-test
+ language: python
+ files: (^|/)tests/.+\.py$
+- id: no-commit-to-branch
+ name: "don't commit to branch"
+ entry: no-commit-to-branch
+ language: python
+ pass_filenames: false
+ always_run: true
+- id: requirements-txt-fixer
+ name: fix requirements.txt
+ description: sorts entries in requirements.txt.
+ entry: requirements-txt-fixer
+ language: python
+ files: requirements.*\.txt$
+- id: sort-simple-yaml
+ name: sort simple yaml files
+ description: sorts simple yaml files which consist only of top-level keys, preserving comments and blocks.
+ language: python
+ entry: sort-simple-yaml
+ files: '^$'
+- id: trailing-whitespace
+ name: trim trailing whitespace
+ description: trims trailing whitespace.
+ entry: trailing-whitespace-fixer
+ language: python
+ types: [text]
+ stages: [commit, push, manual]
diff --git a/CHANGELOG.md b/CHANGELOG.md
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+4.1.0 - 2021-12-22
+==================
+
+### Features
+- `debug-statements`: add `pdbr` debugger.
+ - #614 PR by @cansarigol.
+- `detect-private-key`: add detection for additional key types.
+ - #658 PR by @ljmf00.
+- `check-executables-have-shebangs`: improve messaging on windows.
+ - #689 PR by @pujitm.
+ - #686 issue by @jmerdich.
+- `check-added-large-files`: support `--enforce-all` with `git-lfs`.
+ - #674 PR by @amartani.
+ - #560 issue by @jeremy-coulon.
+
+### Fixes
+- `check-case-conflict`: improve performance.
+ - #626 PR by @guykisel.
+ - #625 issue by @guykisel.
+- `forbid-new-submodules`: fix false-negatives for `pre-push`.
+ - #619 PR by @m-khvoinitsky.
+ - #609 issue by @m-khvoinitsky.
+- `check-merge-conflict`: fix execution in git worktrees.
+ - #662 PR by @errsyn.
+ - #638 issue by @daschuer.
+
+### Misc.
+- Normalize case of hook names and descriptions.
+ - #671 PR by @dennisroche.
+ - #673 PR by @revolter.
+
+4.0.1 - 2021-05-16
+==================
+
+### Fixes
+- `check-shebang-scripts-are-executable` fix entry point.
+ - #602 issue by @Person-93.
+ - #603 PR by @scop.
+
+4.0.0 - 2021-05-14
+==================
+
+### Features
+- `check-json`: report duplicate keys.
+ - #558 PR by @AdityaKhursale.
+ - #554 issue by @adamchainz.
+- `no-commit-to-branch`: add `main` to default blocked branches.
+ - #565 PR by @ndevenish.
+- `check-case-conflict`: check conflicts in directory names as well.
+ - #575 PR by @slsyy.
+ - #70 issue by @andyjack.
+- `check-vcs-permalinks`: forbid other branch names.
+ - #582 PR by @jack1142.
+ - #581 issue by @jack1142.
+- `check-shebang-scripts-are-executable`: new hook which ensures shebang'd
+ scripts are executable.
+ - #545 PR by @scop.
+
+### Fixes
+- `check-executables-have-shebangs`: Short circuit shebang lookup on windows.
+ - #544 PR by @scop.
+- `requirements-txt-fixer`: Fix comments which have indentation
+ - #549 PR by @greshilov.
+ - #548 issue by @greshilov.
+- `pretty-format-json`: write to stdout using UTF-8 encoding.
+ - #571 PR by @jack1142.
+ - #570 issue by @jack1142.
+- Use more inclusive language.
+ - #599 PR by @asottile.
+
+### Breaking changes
+- Remove deprecated hooks: `flake8`, `pyflakes`, `autopep8-wrapper`.
+ - #597 PR by @asottile.
+
+
+3.4.0 - 2020-12-15
+==================
+
+### Features
+- `file-contents-sorter`: Add `--unique` argument
+ - #524 PR by @danielhoherd.
+- `check-vcs-permalinks`: Add `--additional-github-domain` option
+ - #530 PR by @youngminz.
+- New hook: `destroyed-symlinks` to detect unintentional symlink-breakages on
+ windows.
+ - #511 PR by @m-khvoinitsky.
+
+3.3.0 - 2020-10-20
+==================
+
+### Features
+- `file-contents-sorter`: add `--ignore-case` option for case-insensitive
+ sorting
+ - #514 PR by @Julian.
+- `check-added-large-files`: add `--enforce-all` option to check non-added
+ files as well
+ - #519 PR by @mshawcroft.
+ - #518 issue by @mshawcroft.
+- `fix-byte-order-marker`: new hook which fixes UTF-8 byte-order marker.
+ - #522 PR by @jgowdy.
+
+### Deprecations
+- `check-byte-order-marker` is now deprecated for `fix-byte-order-marker`
+
+3.2.0 - 2020-07-30
+==================
+
+### Features
+- `debug-statements`: add support for `pydevd_pycharm` debugger
+ - #502 PR by @jgeerds.
+
+### Fixes
+- `check-executables-have-shebangs`: fix git-quoted files on windows (spaces,
+ non-ascii, etc.)
+ - #509 PR by @pawamoy.
+ - #508 issue by @pawamoy.
+
+3.1.0 - 2020-05-20
+==================
+
+### Features
+- `check-executables-have-shebangs`: on windows, validate the mode bits using
+ `git`
+ - #480 PR by @mxr.
+ - #435 issue by @dstandish.
+- `requirements-txt-fixer`: support more operators
+ - #483 PR by @mxr.
+ - #331 issue by @hackedd.
+
+### Fixes
+- `pre-commit-hooks-removed`: Fix when removed hooks used `args`
+ - #487 PR by @pedrocalleja.
+ - #485 issue by @pedrocalleja.
+
+3.0.1 - 2020-05-16
+==================
+
+### Fixes
+- `check-toml`: use UTF-8 encoding to load toml files
+ - #479 PR by @mxr.
+ - #474 issue by @staticdev.
+
+3.0.0 - 2020-05-14
+==================
+
+### Features
+- `detect-aws-credentials`: skip empty aws keys
+ - #450 PR by @begoon.
+ - #449 issue by @begoon.
+- `debug-statements`: add detection `wdb` debugger
+ - #452 PR by @itsdkey.
+ - #451 issue by @itsdkey.
+- `requirements-txt-fixer`: support line continuation for dependencies
+ - #469 PR by @aniketbhatnagar.
+ - #465 issue by @aniketbhatnagar.
+
+### Fixes
+- `detect-aws-credentials`: fix `UnicodeDecodeError` when running on non-UTF8
+ files.
+ - #453 PR by @asottile.
+ - #393 PR by @a7p
+ - #346 issue by @rpdelaney.
+
+### Updating
+- pre-commit/pre-commit-hooks now requires python3.6.1+
+ - #447 PR by @asottile.
+ - #455 PR by @asottile.
+- `flake8` / `pyflakes` have been removed, use `flake8` from `pycqa/flake8`
+ instead:
+
+ ```yaml
+ - repo: https://gitlab.com/pycqa/flake8
+ rev: 3.8.1
+ hooks:
+ - id: flake8
+ ```
+
+ - #476 PR by @asottile.
+ - #477 PR by @asottile.
+ - #344 issue by @asottile.
+
+
+2.5.0 - 2020-02-04
+==================
+
+### Fixes
+- Fix sorting of requirements which use `egg=...`
+ - #425 PR by @vinayinvicible.
+- Fix over-eager regular expression for test filename matching
+ - #429 PR by @rrauenza.
+
+### Updating
+- Use `flake8` from `pycqa/flake8` instead:
+
+ ```yaml
+ - repo: https://gitlab.com/pycqa/flake8
+ rev: 3.7.9
+ hooks:
+ - id: flake8
+ ```
+
+2.4.0 - 2019-10-28
+==================
+
+### Features
+- Add diff output to `pretty-format-json` when run without `--autofix`.
+ - #408 PR by @joepin.
+- Add `--chars` option to `trailing-whitespace` fixer to control which
+ characters are stripped instead of all whitespace.
+ - #421 PR by @iconmaster5326.
+
+### Fixes
+- Fix `requirements-txt-fixer` when file does not end in a newline.
+ - #414 issue by @barakreif.
+ - #415 PR by @barakreif.
+- Fix double printing of filename in `pretty-format-json`.
+ - #419 PR by @asottile.
+
+2.3.0 - 2019-08-05
+==================
+
+### Features
+- Add `rpdb` to detected debuggers in `debug-statements`
+ - #389 PR by @danlamanna.
+- Add `check-toml` hook
+ - #400 PR by @MarSoft.
+ - #400 PR by @ssbarnea.
+
+### Fixes
+- Add `__main__` block to `pre_commit.file_contents_sorter` so it can be
+ invoked using `python -m`
+ - #405 PR by @squeaky-pl.
+
+### Misc.
+- Fix `git-lfs` tests in azure pipelines
+ - #403 PR by @ssbarnea.
+
+2.2.3 - 2019-05-16
+==================
+
+### Fixes
+- Handle CRLF line endings in `double-quote-string-fixer`
+ - #385 issue by @Trim21.
+ - #386 PR by @asottile.
+
+2.2.2 - 2019-05-15
+==================
+
+### Fixes
+- Handle CRLF line endings in `fix-encoding-pragma`
+ - #384 PR by @asottile.
+
+2.2.1 - 2019-04-21
+==================
+
+### Fixes
+- Use UTF-8 to load yaml files
+ - #377 issue by @roottool.
+ - #378 PR by @roottool.
+
+2.2.0 - 2019-04-20
+==================
+
+### Features
+- Switch from `pyyaml` to `ruamel.yaml`
+ - This enforces (among other things) duplicate key checking in yaml.
+ - #351 PR by @asottile.
+- Add a new `--pattern` option to `no-commit-to-branch` for regex matching
+ branch names.
+ - #375 issue by @marcjay.
+ - #376 PR by @marcjay.
+
+### Fixes
+- Set `require_serial: true` for flake8
+ - flake8 internally uses multiprocessing.
+ - #358 PR by @asottile.
+- Don't run `check-executables-have-shebangs` / `trailing-whitespace` hooks
+ during the `commit-msg` stage.
+ - #361 issue by @revolter.
+ - #362 PR by @revolter.
+- Run `check-byte-order-marker` against `types: [text]`
+ - #371 PR by @tobywf.
+ - #372 PR by @tobywf.
+- Do not require UTF-8-encoded files for `check-docstring-first`
+ - #345 issue by @x007007007.
+ - #374 PR by @asottile.
+
+### Misc.
+- `pre-commit-hooks` now is type checked with mypy.
+ - #360 PR by @asottile.
+
+2.1.0 - 2018-12-26
+==================
+
+### Features
+- Detect PGP/GPG private keys in `detect-private-key`
+ - #329 PR by @rpdelaney.
+- Report filenames when fixing files in `mixed-line-endings`
+ - #341 PR by @gimbo.
+ - #340 issuey by @gimbo.
+
+### Fixes
+- Handle CRLF / CR line endings in `end-of-file-fixer`
+ - #327 PR by @mtkennerly.
+
+### Docs
+
+- Clarify and document arguments for `detect-aws-credentials`
+ - #333 PR by @rpdelaney.
+- Clarify `autopep8-wrapper` is deprecated in description
+ - #343 PR by @TheKevJames.
+
+
+2.0.0 - 2018-10-12
+==================
+
+### Breaking changes
+
+- `autopep8-wrapper` has been moved to
+ [pre-commit/mirrors-autopep8][mirrors-autopep8]
+ - #92 issue by @asottile.
+ - #319 issue by @blaggacao.
+ - #321 PR by @asottile.
+- `trailing-whitespace` defaults to `--no-markdown-linebreak-ext`
+ - #310 issue by @asottile.
+ - #324 PR by @asottile.
+- `hooks.yaml` (legacy pre-commit hook metadata) deleted
+ - #323 PR by @asottile.
+- pre-`types` compatibility metadata removed
+ - #323 PR @asottile.
+
+### Docs
+
+- Correct documentation for `no-commit-to-branch`
+ - #318 PR by @milin.
+
+### Updating
+
+- Minimum supported version of `pre-commit` is now 0.15.0
+- Use `autopep8` from [pre-commit/mirrors-autopep8][mirrors-autopep8]
+- To keep mardown hard linebreaks, for `trailing-whitespace` use
+ `args: [--markdown-linebreak-ext=md,markdown]` (the previous default value)
+
+[mirrors-autopep8]: https://github.com/pre-commit/mirrors-autopep8
+
+1.4.0-1 - 2018-09-27
+====================
+
+(Note: this is a tag-only release as no code changes occurred)
+
+### Fixes
+- Don't run `end-of-file-fixer` during `commit-msg` stage
+ - #315 issue by @revolter.
+ - #317 PR by @revolter.
+
+1.4.0 - 2018-07-22
+==================
+
+### Features
+- `no-commit-to-branch`: allow `--branch` to be specified multiple times
+ - #190 PR by @moas.
+ - #294 PR by @asottile.
+- `check-merge-conflict`: add `--assume-in-merge` to force checks outside of a
+ merge commit situation
+ - #300 issue by @vinayinvicible.
+ - #301 PR by @vinayinvicible.
+
+### Fixes
+- Don't match whitespace in VCS urls
+ - #293 PR by @asottile.
+- Fix invalid escape sequences
+ - #296 PR by @asottile.
+- Fix `ResourcesWarning`s
+ - #297 PR by @asottile.
+
+### Misc
+- Test against python3.7
+ - #304 PR by @expobrain.
+
+1.3.0 - 2018-05-28
+==================
+
+### Features
+- Add an `--unsafe` argument to `check-yaml` to allow custom yaml tags
+ - #273 issue by @blackillzone.
+ - #274 PR by @asottile.
+- Automatically remove `pkg-resources==0.0.0` in `requirements-txt-fixer`
+ - #275 PR by @nvtkaszpir.
+- Detect `breakpoint()` (python3.7+) in `debug-statements` hook.
+ - #283 PR by @asottile.
+- Detect sshcom and putty hooks in `detect-private-key`
+ - #287 PR by @vin01.
+
+### Fixes
+- Open files as UTF-8 (`autopep8-wrapper`, `check-docstring-first`,
+ `double-quote-string-fixer`)
+ - #279 PR by @nvtkaszpir.
+- Fix `AttributeError` in `check-builtin-literals` for some functions
+ - #285 issue by @EgoWumpus.
+ - #286 PR by @asottile.
+
+1.2.3 - 2018-02-28
+==================
+
+### Fixes
+- `trailing-whitespace` entrypoint was incorrect.
+ - f6780b9 by @asottile.
+
+1.2.2 - 2018-02-28
+==================
+
+### Fixes
+- `trailing-whitespace` no longer adds a missing newline at end-of-file
+ - #270 issue by @fractos.
+ - #271 PR by @asottile.
+
+1.2.1-1 - 2018-02-24
+====================
+
+(Note: this is a tag-only release as no code changes occurred)
+
+### Fixes:
+- Don't pass filenames for `no-commit-to-branch`
+ - #268 issue by @dongyuzheng.
+ - #269 PR by @asottile.
+
+1.2.1 - 2018-02-19
+==================
+### Fixes:
+- `detect-aws-credentials` false positive when key was empty
+ - #258 issue by @PVSec.
+ - #260 PR by @PVSec.
+- `no-commit-to-branch` no longer crashes when not on a branch
+ - #265 issue by @hectorv.
+ - #266 PR by @asottile.
+
+1.2.0 - 2018-01-13
+==================
+### Features:
+- Add new `check-builtin-literals` hook.
+ - #249 #251 PR by @benwebber.
+- `pretty-format-json` no longer depends on `simplejson`.
+ - #254 PR by @cas--.
+- `detect-private-key` now detects gcp keys.
+ - #255 issue by @SaMnCo @nicain.
+ - #256 PR by @nicain.
+
+1.1.1 - 2017-10-19
+==================
+### Fixes:
+- Fix output interleaving in `check-vcs-permalinks` under python3.
+ - #245 PR by @asottile.
+
+1.1.0 - 2017-10-12
+==================
+### Features:
+- `check-yaml` gains a `--allow-multiple-documents` (`-m`) argument to allow
+ linting of files using the
+ [multi document syntax](http://www.yaml.org/spec/1.2/spec.html#YAML)
+ - pre-commit/pre-commit#635 issue by @geekobi.
+ - #244 PR by @asottile.
+
+1.0.0 - 2017-10-09
+==================
+### Features:
+- New hook: `check-vcs-permalinks` for ensuring permalinked github urls.
+ - #241 PR by @asottile.
+
+### Fixes:
+- Fix `trailing-whitespace` for non-utf8 files on macos
+ - #242 PR by @asottile.
+- Fix `requirements-txt-fixer` for files ending in comments
+ - #243 PR by @asottile.
+
+0.9.5 - 2017-09-27
+==================
+- Fix mixed-line-endings `--fix=...` when whole file is a different ending
+
+0.9.4 - 2017-09-19
+==================
+- Fix entry point for `mixed-line-ending`
+
+0.9.3 - 2017-09-07
+==================
+- New hook: `mixed-line-ending`
+
+0.9.2 - 2017-08-21
+==================
+- Report full python version in `check-ast`.
+- Apply a more strict regular expression for `name-tests-test`
+- Upgrade binding for `git-lfs` for `check-added-large-files`. The oldest
+ version that is supported is 2.2.1 (2.2.0 will incorrectly refer to all
+ files as "lfs" (false negative) and earlier versions will crash.
+- `debug-statements` now works for non-utf-8 files.
+
+0.9.1 - 2017-07-02
+==================
+- Add `check-executables-have-shebangs` hook.
+
+0.9.0 - 2017-07-02
+==================
+- Add `sort-simple-yaml` hook
+- Fix `requirements-txt-fixer` for empty files
+- Add `file-contents-sorter` hook for sorting flat files
+- `check-merge-conflict` now recognizes rebase conflicts
+- Metadata now uses `types` (and therefore requires pre-commit 0.15.0). This
+ allows the text processing hooks to match *all* text files (and to match
+ files which would only be classifiable by their shebangs).
+
+0.8.0 - 2017-06-06
+==================
+- Add flag allowing missing keys to `detect-aws-credentials`
+- Handle django default `tests.py` in `name-tests-test`
+- Add `--no-ensure-ascii` option to `pretty-format-json`
+- Add `no-commit-to-branch` hook
+
+0.7.1 - 2017-02-07
+==================
+- Don't false positive on files where trailing whitespace isn't changed.
+
+0.7.0 - 2017-01-21
+==================
+- Improve search for detecting aws keys
+- Add .pre-commit-hooks.yaml for forward compatibility
+
+0.6.1 - 2016-11-30
+==================
+- trailing-whitespace-hook: restore original file on catastrophic failure
+- trailing-whitespace-hook: support crlf
+- check-yaml: Use safe_load
+- check-json: allow custom key sort
+- check-json: display filename for non-utf8 files
+- New hook: forbid-new-submodules
+
+0.6.0 - 2016-08-12
+==================
+- Merge conflict detection no longer crashes on binary files
+- Indentation in json may be an arbitrary separator
+- Editable requirements are properly sorted
+- Encoding pragma fixer pragma is configurable
+
+0.5.1 - 2016-05-16
+==================
+- Add a --no-sort-keys to json pretty formatter
+- Add a --remove to fix-encoding-pragma
+
+0.5.0 - 2016-04-05
+==================
+- Add check-byte-order-marker
+- Add check-synlinks
+- check-large-files-added understands git-lfs
+- Support older git
+- Fix regex for --django in test name checker
+- Add fix-encoding-pragma hook
+- requirements-txt-fixer now sorts like latest pip
+- Add check-ast hook
+- Add detect-aws-credentials hook
+- Allow binary files to pass private key hook
+- Add pretty-format-json hook
+
+0.4.2 - 2015-05-31
+==================
+- Add --django to test name checker
+- Add check-merge-conflict hook
+- Remove dependency on plumbum
+- Add q as a debug statement
+- Don't detect markup titles as conflicts
+- Teach trailing-whitespace about markdown
+- Quickfix for pyflakes - flake8 version conflict
+
+0.4.1 - 2015-03-08
+==================
+- Respect configuration when running autopep8
+- Quickfix for pep8 version conflicts
+
+0.4.0 - 2015-02-22
+==================
+- Fix trailing-whitespace on OS X
+- Add check-added-large-files hook
+- Add check-docstring-first hook
+- Add requirements-txt-fixer hook
+- Add check-case-conflict hook
+- Use yaml's CLoader when available in check-yaml for more speed
+- Add check-xml hook
+- Fix end-of-file-fixer for windows
+- Add double-quote-string-fixer hook
+
+0.3.0 - 2014-08-22
+==================
+- Add autopep8-wrapper hook
+
+0.2.0 - 2014-08-19
+==================
+- Add check-json hook
+
+0.1.1 - 2014-06-19
+==================
+- Don't crash on non-parseable files for debug-statement-hook
+
+0.1.0 - 2014-06-07
+==================
+- Initial Release
diff --git a/LICENSE b/LICENSE
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..4a071fc
--- /dev/null
+++ b/LICENSE
@@ -0,0 +1,19 @@
+Copyright (c) 2014 pre-commit dev team: Anthony Sottile, Ken Struys
+
+Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
+of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
+in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
+to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
+copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
+furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
+
+The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
+all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
+
+THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
+IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
+FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
+AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
+LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
+OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN
+THE SOFTWARE.
diff --git a/README.md b/README.md
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index 0000000..c5a199e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/README.md
@@ -0,0 +1,202 @@
+[![Build Status](https://asottile.visualstudio.com/asottile/_apis/build/status/pre-commit.pre-commit-hooks?branchName=master)](https://asottile.visualstudio.com/asottile/_build/latest?definitionId=17&branchName=master)
+[![Azure DevOps coverage](https://img.shields.io/azure-devops/coverage/asottile/asottile/17/master.svg)](https://dev.azure.com/asottile/asottile/_build/latest?definitionId=17&branchName=master)
+[![pre-commit.ci status](https://results.pre-commit.ci/badge/github/pre-commit/pre-commit-hooks/master.svg)](https://results.pre-commit.ci/latest/github/pre-commit/pre-commit-hooks/master)
+
+pre-commit-hooks
+================
+
+Some out-of-the-box hooks for pre-commit.
+
+See also: https://github.com/pre-commit/pre-commit
+
+
+### Using pre-commit-hooks with pre-commit
+
+Add this to your `.pre-commit-config.yaml`
+
+```yaml
+- repo: https://github.com/pre-commit/pre-commit-hooks
+ rev: v4.1.0 # Use the ref you want to point at
+ hooks:
+ - id: trailing-whitespace
+ # - id: ...
+```
+
+### Hooks available
+
+#### `check-added-large-files`
+Prevent giant files from being committed.
+ - Specify what is "too large" with `args: ['--maxkb=123']` (default=500kB).
+ - Limits checked files to those indicated as staged for addition by git.
+ - If `git-lfs` is installed, lfs files will be skipped
+ (requires `git-lfs>=2.2.1`)
+ - `--enforce-all` - Check all listed files not just those staged for
+ addition.
+
+#### `check-ast`
+Simply check whether files parse as valid python.
+
+#### `check-builtin-literals`
+Require literal syntax when initializing empty or zero Python builtin types.
+ - Allows calling constructors with positional arguments (e.g., `list('abc')`).
+ - Allows calling constructors from the `builtins` (`__builtin__`) namespace (`builtins.list()`).
+ - Ignore this requirement for specific builtin types with `--ignore=type1,type2,…`.
+ - Forbid `dict` keyword syntax with `--no-allow-dict-kwargs`.
+
+#### `check-case-conflict`
+Check for files with names that would conflict on a case-insensitive filesystem like MacOS HFS+ or Windows FAT.
+
+#### `check-docstring-first`
+Checks for a common error of placing code before the docstring.
+
+#### `check-executables-have-shebangs`
+Checks that non-binary executables have a proper shebang.
+
+#### `check-json`
+Attempts to load all json files to verify syntax.
+
+#### `check-merge-conflict`
+Check for files that contain merge conflict strings.
+
+#### `check-shebang-scripts-are-executable`
+Checks that scripts with shebangs are executable.
+
+#### `check-symlinks`
+Checks for symlinks which do not point to anything.
+
+#### `check-toml`
+Attempts to load all TOML files to verify syntax.
+
+#### `check-vcs-permalinks`
+Ensures that links to vcs websites are permalinks.
+ - `--additional-github-domain DOMAIN` - Add check for specified domain.
+ Can be repeated multiple times. for example, if your company uses
+ GitHub Enterprise you may use something like
+ `--additional-github-domain github.example.com`
+
+#### `check-xml`
+Attempts to load all xml files to verify syntax.
+
+#### `check-yaml`
+Attempts to load all yaml files to verify syntax.
+ - `--allow-multiple-documents` - allow yaml files which use the
+ [multi-document syntax](http://www.yaml.org/spec/1.2/spec.html#YAML)
+ - `--unsafe` - Instead of loading the files, simply parse them for syntax.
+ A syntax-only check enables extensions and unsafe constructs which would
+ otherwise be forbidden. Using this option removes all guarantees of
+ portability to other yaml implementations.
+ Implies `--allow-multiple-documents`.
+
+#### `debug-statements`
+Check for debugger imports and py37+ `breakpoint()` calls in python source.
+
+#### `destroyed-symlinks`
+Detects symlinks which are changed to regular files with a content of a path
+which that symlink was pointing to.
+This usually happens on Windows when a user clones a repository that has
+symlinks but they do not have the permission to create symlinks.
+
+#### `detect-aws-credentials`
+Checks for the existence of AWS secrets that you have set up with the AWS CLI.
+The following arguments are available:
+- `--credentials-file CREDENTIALS_FILE` - additional AWS CLI style
+ configuration file in a non-standard location to fetch configured
+ credentials from. Can be repeated multiple times.
+- `--allow-missing-credentials` - Allow hook to pass when no credentials are detected.
+
+#### `detect-private-key`
+Checks for the existence of private keys.
+
+#### `double-quote-string-fixer`
+This hook replaces double quoted strings with single quoted strings.
+
+#### `end-of-file-fixer`
+Makes sure files end in a newline and only a newline.
+
+#### `fix-byte-order-marker`
+removes UTF-8 byte order marker
+
+#### `fix-encoding-pragma`
+Add `# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-` to the top of python files.
+ - To remove the coding pragma pass `--remove` (useful in a python3-only codebase)
+
+#### `file-contents-sorter`
+Sort the lines in specified files (defaults to alphabetical).
+You must provide list of target files as input to it.
+Note that this hook WILL remove blank lines and does NOT respect any comments.
+
+#### `forbid-new-submodules`
+Prevent addition of new git submodules.
+
+#### `mixed-line-ending`
+Replaces or checks mixed line ending.
+ - `--fix={auto,crlf,lf,no}`
+ - `auto` - Replaces automatically the most frequent line ending. This is the default argument.
+ - `crlf`, `lf` - Forces to replace line ending by respectively CRLF and LF.
+ - This option isn't compatible with git setup check-in LF check-out CRLF as git smudge this later than the hook is invoked.
+ - `no` - Checks if there is any mixed line ending without modifying any file.
+
+#### `name-tests-test`
+Assert that files in tests/ end in `_test.py`.
+ - Use `args: ['--django']` to match `test*.py` instead.
+
+#### `no-commit-to-branch`
+Protect specific branches from direct checkins.
+ - Use `args: [--branch, staging, --branch, master]` to set the branch.
+ Both `master` and `main` are protected by default if no branch argument is set.
+ - `-b` / `--branch` may be specified multiple times to protect multiple
+ branches.
+ - `-p` / `--pattern` can be used to protect branches that match a supplied regex
+ (e.g. `--pattern, release/.*`). May be specified multiple times.
+
+Note that `no-commit-to-branch` is configured by default to [`always_run`](https://pre-commit.com/#config-always_run).
+As a result, it will ignore any setting of [`files`](https://pre-commit.com/#config-files),
+[`exclude`](https://pre-commit.com/#config-exclude), [`types`](https://pre-commit.com/#config-types)
+or [`exclude_types`](https://pre-commit.com/#config-exclude_types).
+Set [`always_run: false`](https://pre-commit.com/#config-always_run) to allow this hook to be skipped according to these
+file filters. Caveat: In this configuration, empty commits (`git commit --allow-empty`) would always be allowed by this hook.
+
+#### `pretty-format-json`
+Checks that all your JSON files are pretty. "Pretty"
+here means that keys are sorted and indented. You can configure this with
+the following commandline options:
+ - `--autofix` - automatically format json files
+ - `--indent ...` - Control the indentation (either a number for a number of spaces or a string of whitespace). Defaults to 2 spaces.
+ - `--no-ensure-ascii` preserve unicode characters instead of converting to escape sequences
+ - `--no-sort-keys` - when autofixing, retain the original key ordering (instead of sorting the keys)
+ - `--top-keys comma,separated,keys` - Keys to keep at the top of mappings.
+
+#### `requirements-txt-fixer`
+Sorts entries in requirements.txt and removes incorrect entry for `pkg-resources==0.0.0`
+
+#### `sort-simple-yaml`
+Sorts simple YAML files which consist only of top-level
+keys, preserving comments and blocks.
+
+Note that `sort-simple-yaml` by default matches no `files` as it enforces a
+very specific format. You must opt in to this by setting [`files`](https://pre-commit.com/#config-files), for example:
+
+```yaml
+ - id: sort-simple-yaml
+ files: ^config/simple/
+```
+
+
+#### `trailing-whitespace`
+Trims trailing whitespace.
+ - To preserve Markdown [hard linebreaks](https://github.github.com/gfm/#hard-line-break)
+ use `args: [--markdown-linebreak-ext=md]` (or other extensions used
+ by your markdownfiles). If for some reason you want to treat all files
+ as markdown, use `--markdown-linebreak-ext=*`.
+ - By default, this hook trims all whitespace from the ends of lines.
+ To specify a custom set of characters to trim instead, use `args: [--chars,"<chars to trim>"]`.
+
+### Deprecated / replaced hooks
+
+- `check-byte-order-marker`: instead use fix-byte-order-marker
+
+### As a standalone package
+
+If you'd like to use these hooks, they're also available as a standalone package.
+
+Simply `pip install pre-commit-hooks`
diff --git a/azure-pipelines.yml b/azure-pipelines.yml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..58dc61d
--- /dev/null
+++ b/azure-pipelines.yml
@@ -0,0 +1,23 @@
+trigger:
+ branches:
+ include: [master, test-me-*]
+ tags:
+ include: ['*']
+
+resources:
+ repositories:
+ - repository: asottile
+ type: github
+ endpoint: github
+ name: asottile/azure-pipeline-templates
+ ref: refs/tags/v2.1.0
+
+jobs:
+- template: job--python-tox.yml@asottile
+ parameters:
+ toxenvs: [py38]
+ os: windows
+- template: job--python-tox.yml@asottile
+ parameters:
+ toxenvs: [pypy3, py36, py37, py38]
+ os: linux
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/__init__.py b/pre_commit_hooks/__init__.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e69de29
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/__init__.py
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/check_added_large_files.py b/pre_commit_hooks/check_added_large_files.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e1beb4e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/check_added_large_files.py
@@ -0,0 +1,81 @@
+import argparse
+import math
+import os
+import subprocess
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+from typing import Set
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.util import added_files
+from pre_commit_hooks.util import zsplit
+
+
+def filter_lfs_files(filenames: Set[str]) -> None: # pragma: no cover (lfs)
+ """Remove files tracked by git-lfs from the set."""
+ if not filenames:
+ return
+
+ check_attr = subprocess.run(
+ ('git', 'check-attr', 'filter', '-z', '--stdin'),
+ stdout=subprocess.PIPE,
+ stderr=subprocess.DEVNULL,
+ encoding='utf-8',
+ check=True,
+ input='\0'.join(filenames),
+ )
+ stdout = zsplit(check_attr.stdout)
+ for i in range(0, len(stdout), 3):
+ filename, filter_tag = stdout[i], stdout[i + 2]
+ if filter_tag == 'lfs':
+ filenames.remove(filename)
+
+
+def find_large_added_files(
+ filenames: Sequence[str],
+ maxkb: int,
+ *,
+ enforce_all: bool = False,
+) -> int:
+ # Find all added files that are also in the list of files pre-commit tells
+ # us about
+ retv = 0
+ filenames_filtered = set(filenames)
+ filter_lfs_files(filenames_filtered)
+
+ if not enforce_all:
+ filenames_filtered &= added_files()
+
+ for filename in filenames_filtered:
+ kb = int(math.ceil(os.stat(filename).st_size / 1024))
+ if kb > maxkb:
+ print(f'{filename} ({kb} KB) exceeds {maxkb} KB.')
+ retv = 1
+
+ return retv
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument(
+ 'filenames', nargs='*',
+ help='Filenames pre-commit believes are changed.',
+ )
+ parser.add_argument(
+ '--enforce-all', action='store_true',
+ help='Enforce all files are checked, not just staged files.',
+ )
+ parser.add_argument(
+ '--maxkb', type=int, default=500,
+ help='Maximum allowable KB for added files',
+ )
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ return find_large_added_files(
+ args.filenames,
+ args.maxkb,
+ enforce_all=args.enforce_all,
+ )
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/check_ast.py b/pre_commit_hooks/check_ast.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ab5661d
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/check_ast.py
@@ -0,0 +1,32 @@
+import argparse
+import ast
+import platform
+import sys
+import traceback
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*')
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ retval = 0
+ for filename in args.filenames:
+
+ try:
+ with open(filename, 'rb') as f:
+ ast.parse(f.read(), filename=filename)
+ except SyntaxError:
+ impl = platform.python_implementation()
+ version = sys.version.split()[0]
+ print(f'{filename}: failed parsing with {impl} {version}:')
+ tb = ' ' + traceback.format_exc().replace('\n', '\n ')
+ print(f'\n{tb}')
+ retval = 1
+ return retval
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/check_builtin_literals.py b/pre_commit_hooks/check_builtin_literals.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..3fbae3e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/check_builtin_literals.py
@@ -0,0 +1,106 @@
+import argparse
+import ast
+from typing import List
+from typing import NamedTuple
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+from typing import Set
+
+
+BUILTIN_TYPES = {
+ 'complex': '0j',
+ 'dict': '{}',
+ 'float': '0.0',
+ 'int': '0',
+ 'list': '[]',
+ 'str': "''",
+ 'tuple': '()',
+}
+
+
+class Call(NamedTuple):
+ name: str
+ line: int
+ column: int
+
+
+class Visitor(ast.NodeVisitor):
+ def __init__(
+ self,
+ ignore: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None,
+ allow_dict_kwargs: bool = True,
+ ) -> None:
+ self.builtin_type_calls: List[Call] = []
+ self.ignore = set(ignore) if ignore else set()
+ self.allow_dict_kwargs = allow_dict_kwargs
+
+ def _check_dict_call(self, node: ast.Call) -> bool:
+ return self.allow_dict_kwargs and bool(node.keywords)
+
+ def visit_Call(self, node: ast.Call) -> None:
+ if not isinstance(node.func, ast.Name):
+ # Ignore functions that are object attributes (`foo.bar()`).
+ # Assume that if the user calls `builtins.list()`, they know what
+ # they're doing.
+ return
+ if node.func.id not in set(BUILTIN_TYPES).difference(self.ignore):
+ return
+ if node.func.id == 'dict' and self._check_dict_call(node):
+ return
+ elif node.args:
+ return
+ self.builtin_type_calls.append(
+ Call(node.func.id, node.lineno, node.col_offset),
+ )
+
+
+def check_file(
+ filename: str,
+ ignore: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None,
+ allow_dict_kwargs: bool = True,
+) -> List[Call]:
+ with open(filename, 'rb') as f:
+ tree = ast.parse(f.read(), filename=filename)
+ visitor = Visitor(ignore=ignore, allow_dict_kwargs=allow_dict_kwargs)
+ visitor.visit(tree)
+ return visitor.builtin_type_calls
+
+
+def parse_ignore(value: str) -> Set[str]:
+ return set(value.split(','))
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*')
+ parser.add_argument('--ignore', type=parse_ignore, default=set())
+
+ mutex = parser.add_mutually_exclusive_group(required=False)
+ mutex.add_argument('--allow-dict-kwargs', action='store_true')
+ mutex.add_argument(
+ '--no-allow-dict-kwargs',
+ dest='allow_dict_kwargs', action='store_false',
+ )
+ mutex.set_defaults(allow_dict_kwargs=True)
+
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ rc = 0
+ for filename in args.filenames:
+ calls = check_file(
+ filename,
+ ignore=args.ignore,
+ allow_dict_kwargs=args.allow_dict_kwargs,
+ )
+ if calls:
+ rc = rc or 1
+ for call in calls:
+ print(
+ f'{filename}:{call.line}:{call.column}: '
+ f'replace {call.name}() with {BUILTIN_TYPES[call.name]}',
+ )
+ return rc
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/check_byte_order_marker.py b/pre_commit_hooks/check_byte_order_marker.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..fda05e8
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/check_byte_order_marker.py
@@ -0,0 +1,23 @@
+import argparse
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*', help='Filenames to check')
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ retv = 0
+
+ for filename in args.filenames:
+ with open(filename, 'rb') as f:
+ if f.read(3) == b'\xef\xbb\xbf':
+ retv = 1
+ print(f'{filename}: Has a byte-order marker')
+
+ return retv
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/check_case_conflict.py b/pre_commit_hooks/check_case_conflict.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..c3f39db
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/check_case_conflict.py
@@ -0,0 +1,72 @@
+import argparse
+from typing import Iterable
+from typing import Iterator
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+from typing import Set
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.util import added_files
+from pre_commit_hooks.util import cmd_output
+
+
+def lower_set(iterable: Iterable[str]) -> Set[str]:
+ return {x.lower() for x in iterable}
+
+
+def parents(file: str) -> Iterator[str]:
+ path_parts = file.split('/')
+ path_parts.pop()
+ while path_parts:
+ yield '/'.join(path_parts)
+ path_parts.pop()
+
+
+def directories_for(files: Set[str]) -> Set[str]:
+ return {parent for file in files for parent in parents(file)}
+
+
+def find_conflicting_filenames(filenames: Sequence[str]) -> int:
+ repo_files = set(cmd_output('git', 'ls-files').splitlines())
+ repo_files |= directories_for(repo_files)
+ relevant_files = set(filenames) | added_files()
+ relevant_files |= directories_for(relevant_files)
+ repo_files -= relevant_files
+ retv = 0
+
+ # new file conflicts with existing file
+ conflicts = lower_set(repo_files) & lower_set(relevant_files)
+
+ # new file conflicts with other new file
+ lowercase_relevant_files = lower_set(relevant_files)
+ for filename in set(relevant_files):
+ if filename.lower() in lowercase_relevant_files:
+ lowercase_relevant_files.remove(filename.lower())
+ else:
+ conflicts.add(filename.lower())
+
+ if conflicts:
+ conflicting_files = [
+ x for x in repo_files | relevant_files
+ if x.lower() in conflicts
+ ]
+ for filename in sorted(conflicting_files):
+ print(f'Case-insensitivity conflict found: {filename}')
+ retv = 1
+
+ return retv
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument(
+ 'filenames', nargs='*',
+ help='Filenames pre-commit believes are changed.',
+ )
+
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ return find_conflicting_filenames(args.filenames)
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/check_docstring_first.py b/pre_commit_hooks/check_docstring_first.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..875c0fb
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/check_docstring_first.py
@@ -0,0 +1,60 @@
+import argparse
+import io
+import tokenize
+from tokenize import tokenize as tokenize_tokenize
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+NON_CODE_TOKENS = frozenset((
+ tokenize.COMMENT, tokenize.ENDMARKER, tokenize.NEWLINE, tokenize.NL,
+ tokenize.ENCODING,
+))
+
+
+def check_docstring_first(src: bytes, filename: str = '<unknown>') -> int:
+ """Returns nonzero if the source has what looks like a docstring that is
+ not at the beginning of the source.
+
+ A string will be considered a docstring if it is a STRING token with a
+ col offset of 0.
+ """
+ found_docstring_line = None
+ found_code_line = None
+
+ tok_gen = tokenize_tokenize(io.BytesIO(src).readline)
+ for tok_type, _, (sline, scol), _, _ in tok_gen:
+ # Looks like a docstring!
+ if tok_type == tokenize.STRING and scol == 0:
+ if found_docstring_line is not None:
+ print(
+ f'{filename}:{sline} Multiple module docstrings '
+ f'(first docstring on line {found_docstring_line}).',
+ )
+ return 1
+ elif found_code_line is not None:
+ print(
+ f'{filename}:{sline} Module docstring appears after code '
+ f'(code seen on line {found_code_line}).',
+ )
+ return 1
+ else:
+ found_docstring_line = sline
+ elif tok_type not in NON_CODE_TOKENS and found_code_line is None:
+ found_code_line = sline
+
+ return 0
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*')
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ retv = 0
+
+ for filename in args.filenames:
+ with open(filename, 'rb') as f:
+ contents = f.read()
+ retv |= check_docstring_first(contents, filename=filename)
+
+ return retv
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/check_executables_have_shebangs.py b/pre_commit_hooks/check_executables_have_shebangs.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..34af5ca
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/check_executables_have_shebangs.py
@@ -0,0 +1,83 @@
+"""Check that executable text files have a shebang."""
+import argparse
+import shlex
+import sys
+from typing import Generator
+from typing import List
+from typing import NamedTuple
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+from typing import Set
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.util import cmd_output
+from pre_commit_hooks.util import zsplit
+
+EXECUTABLE_VALUES = frozenset(('1', '3', '5', '7'))
+
+
+def check_executables(paths: List[str]) -> int:
+ if sys.platform == 'win32': # pragma: win32 cover
+ return _check_git_filemode(paths)
+ else: # pragma: win32 no cover
+ retv = 0
+ for path in paths:
+ if not has_shebang(path):
+ _message(path)
+ retv = 1
+
+ return retv
+
+
+class GitLsFile(NamedTuple):
+ mode: str
+ filename: str
+
+
+def git_ls_files(paths: Sequence[str]) -> Generator[GitLsFile, None, None]:
+ outs = cmd_output('git', 'ls-files', '-z', '--stage', '--', *paths)
+ for out in zsplit(outs):
+ metadata, filename = out.split('\t')
+ mode, _, _ = metadata.split()
+ yield GitLsFile(mode, filename)
+
+
+def _check_git_filemode(paths: Sequence[str]) -> int:
+ seen: Set[str] = set()
+ for ls_file in git_ls_files(paths):
+ is_executable = any(b in EXECUTABLE_VALUES for b in ls_file.mode[-3:])
+ if is_executable and not has_shebang(ls_file.filename):
+ _message(ls_file.filename)
+ seen.add(ls_file.filename)
+
+ return int(bool(seen))
+
+
+def has_shebang(path: str) -> int:
+ with open(path, 'rb') as f:
+ first_bytes = f.read(2)
+
+ return first_bytes == b'#!'
+
+
+def _message(path: str) -> None:
+ print(
+ f'{path}: marked executable but has no (or invalid) shebang!\n'
+ f" If it isn't supposed to be executable, try: "
+ f'`chmod -x {shlex.quote(path)}`\n'
+ f' If on Windows, you may also need to: '
+ f'`git add --chmod=-x {shlex.quote(path)}`\n'
+ f' If it is supposed to be executable, double-check its shebang.',
+ file=sys.stderr,
+ )
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description=__doc__)
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*')
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ return check_executables(args.filenames)
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/check_json.py b/pre_commit_hooks/check_json.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..96ba024
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/check_json.py
@@ -0,0 +1,40 @@
+import argparse
+import json
+from typing import Any
+from typing import Dict
+from typing import List
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+from typing import Tuple
+
+
+def raise_duplicate_keys(
+ ordered_pairs: List[Tuple[str, Any]],
+) -> Dict[str, Any]:
+ d = {}
+ for key, val in ordered_pairs:
+ if key in d:
+ raise ValueError(f'Duplicate key: {key}')
+ else:
+ d[key] = val
+ return d
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*', help='Filenames to check.')
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ retval = 0
+ for filename in args.filenames:
+ with open(filename, 'rb') as f:
+ try:
+ json.load(f, object_pairs_hook=raise_duplicate_keys)
+ except ValueError as exc:
+ print(f'{filename}: Failed to json decode ({exc})')
+ retval = 1
+ return retval
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/check_merge_conflict.py b/pre_commit_hooks/check_merge_conflict.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..aed1e9c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/check_merge_conflict.py
@@ -0,0 +1,54 @@
+import argparse
+import os.path
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.util import cmd_output
+
+
+CONFLICT_PATTERNS = [
+ b'<<<<<<< ',
+ b'======= ',
+ b'=======\n',
+ b'>>>>>>> ',
+]
+
+
+def is_in_merge() -> bool:
+ git_dir = cmd_output('git', 'rev-parse', '--git-dir').rstrip()
+ return (
+ os.path.exists(os.path.join(git_dir, 'MERGE_MSG')) and
+ (
+ os.path.exists(os.path.join(git_dir, 'MERGE_HEAD')) or
+ os.path.exists(os.path.join(git_dir, 'rebase-apply')) or
+ os.path.exists(os.path.join(git_dir, 'rebase-merge'))
+ )
+ )
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*')
+ parser.add_argument('--assume-in-merge', action='store_true')
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ if not is_in_merge() and not args.assume_in_merge:
+ return 0
+
+ retcode = 0
+ for filename in args.filenames:
+ with open(filename, 'rb') as inputfile:
+ for i, line in enumerate(inputfile):
+ for pattern in CONFLICT_PATTERNS:
+ if line.startswith(pattern):
+ print(
+ f'Merge conflict string "{pattern.decode()}" '
+ f'found in {filename}:{i + 1}',
+ )
+ retcode = 1
+
+ return retcode
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/check_shebang_scripts_are_executable.py b/pre_commit_hooks/check_shebang_scripts_are_executable.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..50bc9c0
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/check_shebang_scripts_are_executable.py
@@ -0,0 +1,53 @@
+"""Check that text files with a shebang are executable."""
+import argparse
+import shlex
+import sys
+from typing import List
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+from typing import Set
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_executables_have_shebangs import EXECUTABLE_VALUES
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_executables_have_shebangs import git_ls_files
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_executables_have_shebangs import has_shebang
+
+
+def check_shebangs(paths: List[str]) -> int:
+ # Cannot optimize on non-executability here if we intend this check to
+ # work on win32 -- and that's where problems caused by non-executability
+ # (elsewhere) are most likely to arise from.
+ return _check_git_filemode(paths)
+
+
+def _check_git_filemode(paths: Sequence[str]) -> int:
+ seen: Set[str] = set()
+ for ls_file in git_ls_files(paths):
+ is_executable = any(b in EXECUTABLE_VALUES for b in ls_file.mode[-3:])
+ if not is_executable and has_shebang(ls_file.filename):
+ _message(ls_file.filename)
+ seen.add(ls_file.filename)
+
+ return int(bool(seen))
+
+
+def _message(path: str) -> None:
+ print(
+ f'{path}: has a shebang but is not marked executable!\n'
+ f' If it is supposed to be executable, try: '
+ f'`chmod +x {shlex.quote(path)}`\n'
+ f' If it not supposed to be executable, double-check its shebang '
+ f'is wanted.\n',
+ file=sys.stderr,
+ )
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description=__doc__)
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*')
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ return check_shebangs(args.filenames)
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/check_symlinks.py b/pre_commit_hooks/check_symlinks.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..db3b4fe
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/check_symlinks.py
@@ -0,0 +1,26 @@
+import argparse
+import os.path
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description='Checks for broken symlinks.')
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*', help='Filenames to check')
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ retv = 0
+
+ for filename in args.filenames:
+ if (
+ os.path.islink(filename) and
+ not os.path.exists(filename)
+ ): # pragma: no cover (symlink support required)
+ print(f'{filename}: Broken symlink')
+ retv = 1
+
+ return retv
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/check_toml.py b/pre_commit_hooks/check_toml.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..f623e68
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/check_toml.py
@@ -0,0 +1,24 @@
+import argparse
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+import toml
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*', help='Filenames to check.')
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ retval = 0
+ for filename in args.filenames:
+ try:
+ toml.load(filename)
+ except toml.TomlDecodeError as exc:
+ print(f'{filename}: {exc}')
+ retval = 1
+ return retval
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/check_vcs_permalinks.py b/pre_commit_hooks/check_vcs_permalinks.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..1c77b9a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/check_vcs_permalinks.py
@@ -0,0 +1,60 @@
+import argparse
+import re
+import sys
+from typing import List
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Pattern
+from typing import Sequence
+
+
+def _get_pattern(domain: str) -> Pattern[bytes]:
+ regex = (
+ rf'https://{domain}/[^/ ]+/[^/ ]+/blob/'
+ r'(?![a-fA-F0-9]{4,64}/)([^/. ]+)/[^# ]+#L\d+'
+ )
+ return re.compile(regex.encode())
+
+
+def _check_filename(filename: str, patterns: List[Pattern[bytes]]) -> int:
+ retv = 0
+ with open(filename, 'rb') as f:
+ for i, line in enumerate(f, 1):
+ for pattern in patterns:
+ if pattern.search(line):
+ sys.stdout.write(f'{filename}:{i}:')
+ sys.stdout.flush()
+ sys.stdout.buffer.write(line)
+ retv = 1
+ return retv
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*')
+ parser.add_argument(
+ '--additional-github-domain',
+ dest='additional_github_domains',
+ action='append',
+ default=['github.com'],
+ )
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ patterns = [
+ _get_pattern(domain)
+ for domain in args.additional_github_domains
+ ]
+
+ retv = 0
+
+ for filename in args.filenames:
+ retv |= _check_filename(filename, patterns)
+
+ if retv:
+ print()
+ print('Non-permanent github link detected.')
+ print('On any page on github press [y] to load a permalink.')
+ return retv
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/check_xml.py b/pre_commit_hooks/check_xml.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..0fa6bb2
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/check_xml.py
@@ -0,0 +1,25 @@
+import argparse
+import xml.sax.handler
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*', help='XML filenames to check.')
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ retval = 0
+ handler = xml.sax.handler.ContentHandler()
+ for filename in args.filenames:
+ try:
+ with open(filename, 'rb') as xml_file:
+ xml.sax.parse(xml_file, handler)
+ except xml.sax.SAXException as exc:
+ print(f'{filename}: Failed to xml parse ({exc})')
+ retval = 1
+ return retval
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/check_yaml.py b/pre_commit_hooks/check_yaml.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..5e86b73
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/check_yaml.py
@@ -0,0 +1,71 @@
+import argparse
+from typing import Any
+from typing import Generator
+from typing import NamedTuple
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+import ruamel.yaml
+
+yaml = ruamel.yaml.YAML(typ='safe')
+
+
+def _exhaust(gen: Generator[str, None, None]) -> None:
+ for _ in gen:
+ pass
+
+
+def _parse_unsafe(*args: Any, **kwargs: Any) -> None:
+ _exhaust(yaml.parse(*args, **kwargs))
+
+
+def _load_all(*args: Any, **kwargs: Any) -> None:
+ _exhaust(yaml.load_all(*args, **kwargs))
+
+
+class Key(NamedTuple):
+ multi: bool
+ unsafe: bool
+
+
+LOAD_FNS = {
+ Key(multi=False, unsafe=False): yaml.load,
+ Key(multi=False, unsafe=True): _parse_unsafe,
+ Key(multi=True, unsafe=False): _load_all,
+ Key(multi=True, unsafe=True): _parse_unsafe,
+}
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument(
+ '-m', '--multi', '--allow-multiple-documents', action='store_true',
+ )
+ parser.add_argument(
+ '--unsafe', action='store_true',
+ help=(
+ 'Instead of loading the files, simply parse them for syntax. '
+ 'A syntax-only check enables extensions and unsafe contstructs '
+ 'which would otherwise be forbidden. Using this option removes '
+ 'all guarantees of portability to other yaml implementations. '
+ 'Implies --allow-multiple-documents'
+ ),
+ )
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*', help='Filenames to check.')
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ load_fn = LOAD_FNS[Key(multi=args.multi, unsafe=args.unsafe)]
+
+ retval = 0
+ for filename in args.filenames:
+ try:
+ with open(filename, encoding='UTF-8') as f:
+ load_fn(f)
+ except ruamel.yaml.YAMLError as exc:
+ print(exc)
+ retval = 1
+ return retval
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/debug_statement_hook.py b/pre_commit_hooks/debug_statement_hook.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..f78d6d6
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/debug_statement_hook.py
@@ -0,0 +1,85 @@
+import argparse
+import ast
+import traceback
+from typing import List
+from typing import NamedTuple
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+
+DEBUG_STATEMENTS = {
+ 'ipdb',
+ 'pdb',
+ 'pdbr',
+ 'pudb',
+ 'pydevd_pycharm',
+ 'q',
+ 'rdb',
+ 'rpdb',
+ 'wdb',
+}
+
+
+class Debug(NamedTuple):
+ line: int
+ col: int
+ name: str
+ reason: str
+
+
+class DebugStatementParser(ast.NodeVisitor):
+ def __init__(self) -> None:
+ self.breakpoints: List[Debug] = []
+
+ def visit_Import(self, node: ast.Import) -> None:
+ for name in node.names:
+ if name.name in DEBUG_STATEMENTS:
+ st = Debug(node.lineno, node.col_offset, name.name, 'imported')
+ self.breakpoints.append(st)
+
+ def visit_ImportFrom(self, node: ast.ImportFrom) -> None:
+ if node.module in DEBUG_STATEMENTS:
+ st = Debug(node.lineno, node.col_offset, node.module, 'imported')
+ self.breakpoints.append(st)
+
+ def visit_Call(self, node: ast.Call) -> None:
+ """python3.7+ breakpoint()"""
+ if isinstance(node.func, ast.Name) and node.func.id == 'breakpoint':
+ st = Debug(node.lineno, node.col_offset, node.func.id, 'called')
+ self.breakpoints.append(st)
+ self.generic_visit(node)
+
+
+def check_file(filename: str) -> int:
+ try:
+ with open(filename, 'rb') as f:
+ ast_obj = ast.parse(f.read(), filename=filename)
+ except SyntaxError:
+ print(f'{filename} - Could not parse ast')
+ print()
+ print('\t' + traceback.format_exc().replace('\n', '\n\t'))
+ print()
+ return 1
+
+ visitor = DebugStatementParser()
+ visitor.visit(ast_obj)
+
+ for bp in visitor.breakpoints:
+ print(f'{filename}:{bp.line}:{bp.col} - {bp.name} {bp.reason}')
+
+ return int(bool(visitor.breakpoints))
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*', help='Filenames to run')
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ retv = 0
+ for filename in args.filenames:
+ retv |= check_file(filename)
+ return retv
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/destroyed_symlinks.py b/pre_commit_hooks/destroyed_symlinks.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..a3f122f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/destroyed_symlinks.py
@@ -0,0 +1,96 @@
+import argparse
+import shlex
+import subprocess
+from typing import List
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.util import cmd_output
+from pre_commit_hooks.util import zsplit
+
+ORDINARY_CHANGED_ENTRIES_MARKER = '1'
+PERMS_LINK = '120000'
+PERMS_NONEXIST = '000000'
+
+
+def find_destroyed_symlinks(files: Sequence[str]) -> List[str]:
+ destroyed_links: List[str] = []
+ if not files:
+ return destroyed_links
+ for line in zsplit(
+ cmd_output('git', 'status', '--porcelain=v2', '-z', '--', *files),
+ ):
+ splitted = line.split(' ')
+ if splitted and splitted[0] == ORDINARY_CHANGED_ENTRIES_MARKER:
+ # https://git-scm.com/docs/git-status#_changed_tracked_entries
+ (
+ _, _, _,
+ mode_HEAD,
+ mode_index,
+ _,
+ hash_HEAD,
+ hash_index,
+ *path_splitted,
+ ) = splitted
+ path = ' '.join(path_splitted)
+ if (
+ mode_HEAD == PERMS_LINK and
+ mode_index != PERMS_LINK and
+ mode_index != PERMS_NONEXIST
+ ):
+ if hash_HEAD == hash_index:
+ # if old and new hashes are equal, it's not needed to check
+ # anything more, we've found a destroyed symlink for sure
+ destroyed_links.append(path)
+ else:
+ # if old and new hashes are *not* equal, it doesn't mean
+ # that everything is OK - new file may be altered
+ # by something like trailing-whitespace and/or
+ # mixed-line-ending hooks so we need to go deeper
+ SIZE_CMD = ('git', 'cat-file', '-s')
+ size_index = int(cmd_output(*SIZE_CMD, hash_index).strip())
+ size_HEAD = int(cmd_output(*SIZE_CMD, hash_HEAD).strip())
+
+ # in the worst case new file may have CRLF added
+ # so check content only if new file is bigger
+ # not more than 2 bytes compared to the old one
+ if size_index <= size_HEAD + 2:
+ head_content = subprocess.check_output(
+ ('git', 'cat-file', '-p', hash_HEAD),
+ ).rstrip()
+ index_content = subprocess.check_output(
+ ('git', 'cat-file', '-p', hash_index),
+ ).rstrip()
+ if head_content == index_content:
+ destroyed_links.append(path)
+ return destroyed_links
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*', help='Filenames to check.')
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+ destroyed_links = find_destroyed_symlinks(files=args.filenames)
+ if destroyed_links:
+ print('Destroyed symlinks:')
+ for destroyed_link in destroyed_links:
+ print(f'- {destroyed_link}')
+ print('You should unstage affected files:')
+ print(
+ '\tgit reset HEAD -- {}'.format(
+ ' '.join(shlex.quote(link) for link in destroyed_links),
+ ),
+ )
+ print(
+ 'And retry commit. As a long term solution '
+ 'you may try to explicitly tell git that your '
+ 'environment does not support symlinks:',
+ )
+ print('\tgit config core.symlinks false')
+ return 1
+ else:
+ return 0
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/detect_aws_credentials.py b/pre_commit_hooks/detect_aws_credentials.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ba1d789
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/detect_aws_credentials.py
@@ -0,0 +1,152 @@
+import argparse
+import configparser
+import os
+from typing import List
+from typing import NamedTuple
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+from typing import Set
+
+
+class BadFile(NamedTuple):
+ filename: str
+ key: str
+
+
+def get_aws_cred_files_from_env() -> Set[str]:
+ """Extract credential file paths from environment variables."""
+ return {
+ os.environ[env_var]
+ for env_var in (
+ 'AWS_CONFIG_FILE', 'AWS_CREDENTIAL_FILE',
+ 'AWS_SHARED_CREDENTIALS_FILE', 'BOTO_CONFIG',
+ )
+ if env_var in os.environ
+ }
+
+
+def get_aws_secrets_from_env() -> Set[str]:
+ """Extract AWS secrets from environment variables."""
+ keys = set()
+ for env_var in (
+ 'AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY', 'AWS_SECURITY_TOKEN', 'AWS_SESSION_TOKEN',
+ ):
+ if os.environ.get(env_var):
+ keys.add(os.environ[env_var])
+ return keys
+
+
+def get_aws_secrets_from_file(credentials_file: str) -> Set[str]:
+ """Extract AWS secrets from configuration files.
+
+ Read an ini-style configuration file and return a set with all found AWS
+ secret access keys.
+ """
+ aws_credentials_file_path = os.path.expanduser(credentials_file)
+ if not os.path.exists(aws_credentials_file_path):
+ return set()
+
+ parser = configparser.ConfigParser()
+ try:
+ parser.read(aws_credentials_file_path)
+ except configparser.MissingSectionHeaderError:
+ return set()
+
+ keys = set()
+ for section in parser.sections():
+ for var in (
+ 'aws_secret_access_key', 'aws_security_token',
+ 'aws_session_token',
+ ):
+ try:
+ key = parser.get(section, var).strip()
+ if key:
+ keys.add(key)
+ except configparser.NoOptionError:
+ pass
+ return keys
+
+
+def check_file_for_aws_keys(
+ filenames: Sequence[str],
+ keys: Set[bytes],
+) -> List[BadFile]:
+ """Check if files contain AWS secrets.
+
+ Return a list of all files containing AWS secrets and keys found, with all
+ but the first four characters obfuscated to ease debugging.
+ """
+ bad_files = []
+
+ for filename in filenames:
+ with open(filename, 'rb') as content:
+ text_body = content.read()
+ for key in keys:
+ # naively match the entire file, low chance of incorrect
+ # collision
+ if key in text_body:
+ key_hidden = key.decode()[:4].ljust(28, '*')
+ bad_files.append(BadFile(filename, key_hidden))
+ return bad_files
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='+', help='Filenames to run')
+ parser.add_argument(
+ '--credentials-file',
+ dest='credentials_file',
+ action='append',
+ default=[
+ '~/.aws/config', '~/.aws/credentials', '/etc/boto.cfg', '~/.boto',
+ ],
+ help=(
+ 'Location of additional AWS credential file from which to get '
+ 'secret keys. Can be passed multiple times.'
+ ),
+ )
+ parser.add_argument(
+ '--allow-missing-credentials',
+ dest='allow_missing_credentials',
+ action='store_true',
+ help='Allow hook to pass when no credentials are detected.',
+ )
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ credential_files = set(args.credentials_file)
+
+ # Add the credentials files configured via environment variables to the set
+ # of files to to gather AWS secrets from.
+ credential_files |= get_aws_cred_files_from_env()
+
+ keys: Set[str] = set()
+ for credential_file in credential_files:
+ keys |= get_aws_secrets_from_file(credential_file)
+
+ # Secrets might be part of environment variables, so add such secrets to
+ # the set of keys.
+ keys |= get_aws_secrets_from_env()
+
+ if not keys and args.allow_missing_credentials:
+ return 0
+
+ if not keys:
+ print(
+ 'No AWS keys were found in the configured credential files and '
+ 'environment variables.\nPlease ensure you have the correct '
+ 'setting for --credentials-file',
+ )
+ return 2
+
+ keys_b = {key.encode() for key in keys}
+ bad_filenames = check_file_for_aws_keys(args.filenames, keys_b)
+ if bad_filenames:
+ for bad_file in bad_filenames:
+ print(f'AWS secret found in {bad_file.filename}: {bad_file.key}')
+ return 1
+ else:
+ return 0
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/detect_private_key.py b/pre_commit_hooks/detect_private_key.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..18f9539
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/detect_private_key.py
@@ -0,0 +1,41 @@
+import argparse
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+BLACKLIST = [
+ b'BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY',
+ b'BEGIN DSA PRIVATE KEY',
+ b'BEGIN EC PRIVATE KEY',
+ b'BEGIN OPENSSH PRIVATE KEY',
+ b'BEGIN PRIVATE KEY',
+ b'PuTTY-User-Key-File-2',
+ b'BEGIN SSH2 ENCRYPTED PRIVATE KEY',
+ b'BEGIN PGP PRIVATE KEY BLOCK',
+ b'BEGIN ENCRYPTED PRIVATE KEY',
+ b'BEGIN OpenVPN Static key V1',
+]
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*', help='Filenames to check')
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ private_key_files = []
+
+ for filename in args.filenames:
+ with open(filename, 'rb') as f:
+ content = f.read()
+ if any(line in content for line in BLACKLIST):
+ private_key_files.append(filename)
+
+ if private_key_files:
+ for private_key_file in private_key_files:
+ print(f'Private key found: {private_key_file}')
+ return 1
+ else:
+ return 0
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/end_of_file_fixer.py b/pre_commit_hooks/end_of_file_fixer.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..40e8821
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/end_of_file_fixer.py
@@ -0,0 +1,70 @@
+import argparse
+import os
+from typing import IO
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+
+def fix_file(file_obj: IO[bytes]) -> int:
+ # Test for newline at end of file
+ # Empty files will throw IOError here
+ try:
+ file_obj.seek(-1, os.SEEK_END)
+ except OSError:
+ return 0
+ last_character = file_obj.read(1)
+ # last_character will be '' for an empty file
+ if last_character not in {b'\n', b'\r'} and last_character != b'':
+ # Needs this seek for windows, otherwise IOError
+ file_obj.seek(0, os.SEEK_END)
+ file_obj.write(b'\n')
+ return 1
+
+ while last_character in {b'\n', b'\r'}:
+ # Deal with the beginning of the file
+ if file_obj.tell() == 1:
+ # If we've reached the beginning of the file and it is all
+ # linebreaks then we can make this file empty
+ file_obj.seek(0)
+ file_obj.truncate()
+ return 1
+
+ # Go back two bytes and read a character
+ file_obj.seek(-2, os.SEEK_CUR)
+ last_character = file_obj.read(1)
+
+ # Our current position is at the end of the file just before any amount of
+ # newlines. If we find extraneous newlines, then backtrack and trim them.
+ position = file_obj.tell()
+ remaining = file_obj.read()
+ for sequence in (b'\n', b'\r\n', b'\r'):
+ if remaining == sequence:
+ return 0
+ elif remaining.startswith(sequence):
+ file_obj.seek(position + len(sequence))
+ file_obj.truncate()
+ return 1
+
+ return 0
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*', help='Filenames to fix')
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ retv = 0
+
+ for filename in args.filenames:
+ # Read as binary so we can read byte-by-byte
+ with open(filename, 'rb+') as file_obj:
+ ret_for_file = fix_file(file_obj)
+ if ret_for_file:
+ print(f'Fixing {filename}')
+ retv |= ret_for_file
+
+ return retv
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/file_contents_sorter.py b/pre_commit_hooks/file_contents_sorter.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..392e226
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/file_contents_sorter.py
@@ -0,0 +1,84 @@
+"""
+A very simple pre-commit hook that, when passed one or more filenames
+as arguments, will sort the lines in those files.
+
+An example use case for this: you have a deploy-allowlist.txt file
+in a repo that contains a list of filenames that is used to specify
+files to be included in a docker container. This file has one filename
+per line. Various users are adding/removing lines from this file; using
+this hook on that file should reduce the instances of git merge
+conflicts and keep the file nicely ordered.
+"""
+import argparse
+from typing import Any
+from typing import Callable
+from typing import IO
+from typing import Iterable
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+PASS = 0
+FAIL = 1
+
+
+def sort_file_contents(
+ f: IO[bytes],
+ key: Optional[Callable[[bytes], Any]],
+ *,
+ unique: bool = False,
+) -> int:
+ before = list(f)
+ lines: Iterable[bytes] = (
+ line.rstrip(b'\n\r') for line in before if line.strip()
+ )
+ if unique:
+ lines = set(lines)
+ after = sorted(lines, key=key)
+
+ before_string = b''.join(before)
+ after_string = b'\n'.join(after) + b'\n'
+
+ if before_string == after_string:
+ return PASS
+ else:
+ f.seek(0)
+ f.write(after_string)
+ f.truncate()
+ return FAIL
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='+', help='Files to sort')
+ parser.add_argument(
+ '--ignore-case',
+ action='store_const',
+ const=bytes.lower,
+ default=None,
+ help='fold lower case to upper case characters',
+ )
+ parser.add_argument(
+ '--unique',
+ action='store_true',
+ help='ensure each line is unique',
+ )
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ retv = PASS
+
+ for arg in args.filenames:
+ with open(arg, 'rb+') as file_obj:
+ ret_for_file = sort_file_contents(
+ file_obj, key=args.ignore_case, unique=args.unique,
+ )
+
+ if ret_for_file:
+ print(f'Sorting {arg}')
+
+ retv |= ret_for_file
+
+ return retv
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/fix_byte_order_marker.py b/pre_commit_hooks/fix_byte_order_marker.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..51b94e1
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/fix_byte_order_marker.py
@@ -0,0 +1,30 @@
+import argparse
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*', help='Filenames to check')
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ retv = 0
+
+ for filename in args.filenames:
+ with open(filename, 'rb') as f_b:
+ bts = f_b.read(3)
+
+ if bts == b'\xef\xbb\xbf':
+ with open(filename, newline='', encoding='utf-8-sig') as f:
+ contents = f.read()
+ with open(filename, 'w', newline='', encoding='utf-8') as f:
+ f.write(contents)
+
+ print(f'{filename}: removed byte-order marker')
+ retv = 1
+
+ return retv
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/fix_encoding_pragma.py b/pre_commit_hooks/fix_encoding_pragma.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..c704774
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/fix_encoding_pragma.py
@@ -0,0 +1,148 @@
+import argparse
+from typing import IO
+from typing import NamedTuple
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+DEFAULT_PRAGMA = b'# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-'
+
+
+def has_coding(line: bytes) -> bool:
+ if not line.strip():
+ return False
+ return (
+ line.lstrip()[:1] == b'#' and (
+ b'unicode' in line or
+ b'encoding' in line or
+ b'coding:' in line or
+ b'coding=' in line
+ )
+ )
+
+
+class ExpectedContents(NamedTuple):
+ shebang: bytes
+ rest: bytes
+ # True: has exactly the coding pragma expected
+ # False: missing coding pragma entirely
+ # None: has a coding pragma, but it does not match
+ pragma_status: Optional[bool]
+ ending: bytes
+
+ @property
+ def has_any_pragma(self) -> bool:
+ return self.pragma_status is not False
+
+ def is_expected_pragma(self, remove: bool) -> bool:
+ expected_pragma_status = not remove
+ return self.pragma_status is expected_pragma_status
+
+
+def _get_expected_contents(
+ first_line: bytes,
+ second_line: bytes,
+ rest: bytes,
+ expected_pragma: bytes,
+) -> ExpectedContents:
+ ending = b'\r\n' if first_line.endswith(b'\r\n') else b'\n'
+
+ if first_line.startswith(b'#!'):
+ shebang = first_line
+ potential_coding = second_line
+ else:
+ shebang = b''
+ potential_coding = first_line
+ rest = second_line + rest
+
+ if potential_coding.rstrip(b'\r\n') == expected_pragma:
+ pragma_status: Optional[bool] = True
+ elif has_coding(potential_coding):
+ pragma_status = None
+ else:
+ pragma_status = False
+ rest = potential_coding + rest
+
+ return ExpectedContents(
+ shebang=shebang, rest=rest, pragma_status=pragma_status, ending=ending,
+ )
+
+
+def fix_encoding_pragma(
+ f: IO[bytes],
+ remove: bool = False,
+ expected_pragma: bytes = DEFAULT_PRAGMA,
+) -> int:
+ expected = _get_expected_contents(
+ f.readline(), f.readline(), f.read(), expected_pragma,
+ )
+
+ # Special cases for empty files
+ if not expected.rest.strip():
+ # If a file only has a shebang or a coding pragma, remove it
+ if expected.has_any_pragma or expected.shebang:
+ f.seek(0)
+ f.truncate()
+ f.write(b'')
+ return 1
+ else:
+ return 0
+
+ if expected.is_expected_pragma(remove):
+ return 0
+
+ # Otherwise, write out the new file
+ f.seek(0)
+ f.truncate()
+ f.write(expected.shebang)
+ if not remove:
+ f.write(expected_pragma + expected.ending)
+ f.write(expected.rest)
+
+ return 1
+
+
+def _normalize_pragma(pragma: str) -> bytes:
+ return pragma.encode().rstrip()
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(
+ 'Fixes the encoding pragma of python files',
+ )
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*', help='Filenames to fix')
+ parser.add_argument(
+ '--pragma', default=DEFAULT_PRAGMA, type=_normalize_pragma,
+ help=(
+ f'The encoding pragma to use. '
+ f'Default: {DEFAULT_PRAGMA.decode()}'
+ ),
+ )
+ parser.add_argument(
+ '--remove', action='store_true',
+ help='Remove the encoding pragma (Useful in a python3-only codebase)',
+ )
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ retv = 0
+
+ if args.remove:
+ fmt = 'Removed encoding pragma from {filename}'
+ else:
+ fmt = 'Added `{pragma}` to {filename}'
+
+ for filename in args.filenames:
+ with open(filename, 'r+b') as f:
+ file_ret = fix_encoding_pragma(
+ f, remove=args.remove, expected_pragma=args.pragma,
+ )
+ retv |= file_ret
+ if file_ret:
+ print(
+ fmt.format(pragma=args.pragma.decode(), filename=filename),
+ )
+
+ return retv
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/forbid_new_submodules.py b/pre_commit_hooks/forbid_new_submodules.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..0275808
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/forbid_new_submodules.py
@@ -0,0 +1,47 @@
+import argparse
+import os
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.util import cmd_output
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*')
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ if (
+ 'PRE_COMMIT_FROM_REF' in os.environ and
+ 'PRE_COMMIT_TO_REF' in os.environ
+ ):
+ diff_arg = '...'.join((
+ os.environ['PRE_COMMIT_FROM_REF'],
+ os.environ['PRE_COMMIT_TO_REF'],
+ ))
+ else:
+ diff_arg = '--staged'
+ added_diff = cmd_output(
+ 'git', 'diff', '--diff-filter=A', '--raw', diff_arg, '--',
+ *args.filenames,
+ )
+ retv = 0
+ for line in added_diff.splitlines():
+ metadata, filename = line.split('\t', 1)
+ new_mode = metadata.split(' ')[1]
+ if new_mode == '160000':
+ print(f'{filename}: new submodule introduced')
+ retv = 1
+
+ if retv:
+ print()
+ print('This commit introduces new submodules.')
+ print('Did you unintentionally `git add .`?')
+ print('To fix: git rm {thesubmodule} # no trailing slash')
+ print('Also check .gitmodules')
+
+ return retv
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/mixed_line_ending.py b/pre_commit_hooks/mixed_line_ending.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..4e07ed9
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/mixed_line_ending.py
@@ -0,0 +1,88 @@
+import argparse
+import collections
+from typing import Dict
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+
+CRLF = b'\r\n'
+LF = b'\n'
+CR = b'\r'
+# Prefer LF to CRLF to CR, but detect CRLF before LF
+ALL_ENDINGS = (CR, CRLF, LF)
+FIX_TO_LINE_ENDING = {'cr': CR, 'crlf': CRLF, 'lf': LF}
+
+
+def _fix(filename: str, contents: bytes, ending: bytes) -> None:
+ new_contents = b''.join(
+ line.rstrip(b'\r\n') + ending for line in contents.splitlines(True)
+ )
+ with open(filename, 'wb') as f:
+ f.write(new_contents)
+
+
+def fix_filename(filename: str, fix: str) -> int:
+ with open(filename, 'rb') as f:
+ contents = f.read()
+
+ counts: Dict[bytes, int] = collections.defaultdict(int)
+
+ for line in contents.splitlines(True):
+ for ending in ALL_ENDINGS:
+ if line.endswith(ending):
+ counts[ending] += 1
+ break
+
+ # Some amount of mixed line endings
+ mixed = sum(bool(x) for x in counts.values()) > 1
+
+ if fix == 'no' or (fix == 'auto' and not mixed):
+ return mixed
+
+ if fix == 'auto':
+ max_ending = LF
+ max_lines = 0
+ # ordering is important here such that lf > crlf > cr
+ for ending_type in ALL_ENDINGS:
+ # also important, using >= to find a max that prefers the last
+ if counts[ending_type] >= max_lines:
+ max_ending = ending_type
+ max_lines = counts[ending_type]
+
+ _fix(filename, contents, max_ending)
+ return 1
+ else:
+ target_ending = FIX_TO_LINE_ENDING[fix]
+ # find if there are lines with *other* endings
+ # It's possible there's no line endings of the target type
+ counts.pop(target_ending, None)
+ other_endings = bool(sum(counts.values()))
+ if other_endings:
+ _fix(filename, contents, target_ending)
+ return other_endings
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument(
+ '-f', '--fix',
+ choices=('auto', 'no') + tuple(FIX_TO_LINE_ENDING),
+ default='auto',
+ help='Replace line ending with the specified. Default is "auto"',
+ )
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*', help='Filenames to fix')
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ retv = 0
+ for filename in args.filenames:
+ if fix_filename(filename, args.fix):
+ if args.fix == 'no':
+ print(f'{filename}: mixed line endings')
+ else:
+ print(f'{filename}: fixed mixed line endings')
+ retv = 1
+ return retv
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/no_commit_to_branch.py b/pre_commit_hooks/no_commit_to_branch.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..db84850
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/no_commit_to_branch.py
@@ -0,0 +1,47 @@
+import argparse
+import re
+from typing import AbstractSet
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.util import CalledProcessError
+from pre_commit_hooks.util import cmd_output
+
+
+def is_on_branch(
+ protected: AbstractSet[str],
+ patterns: AbstractSet[str] = frozenset(),
+) -> bool:
+ try:
+ ref_name = cmd_output('git', 'symbolic-ref', 'HEAD')
+ except CalledProcessError:
+ return False
+ chunks = ref_name.strip().split('/')
+ branch_name = '/'.join(chunks[2:])
+ return branch_name in protected or any(
+ re.match(p, branch_name) for p in patterns
+ )
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument(
+ '-b', '--branch', action='append',
+ help='branch to disallow commits to, may be specified multiple times',
+ )
+ parser.add_argument(
+ '-p', '--pattern', action='append',
+ help=(
+ 'regex pattern for branch name to disallow commits to, '
+ 'may be specified multiple times'
+ ),
+ )
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ protected = frozenset(args.branch or ('master', 'main'))
+ patterns = frozenset(args.pattern or ())
+ return int(is_on_branch(protected, patterns))
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/pretty_format_json.py b/pre_commit_hooks/pretty_format_json.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..33ad5a1
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/pretty_format_json.py
@@ -0,0 +1,135 @@
+import argparse
+import json
+import sys
+from difflib import unified_diff
+from typing import List
+from typing import Mapping
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+from typing import Tuple
+from typing import Union
+
+
+def _get_pretty_format(
+ contents: str,
+ indent: str,
+ ensure_ascii: bool = True,
+ sort_keys: bool = True,
+ top_keys: Sequence[str] = (),
+) -> str:
+ def pairs_first(pairs: Sequence[Tuple[str, str]]) -> Mapping[str, str]:
+ before = [pair for pair in pairs if pair[0] in top_keys]
+ before = sorted(before, key=lambda x: top_keys.index(x[0]))
+ after = [pair for pair in pairs if pair[0] not in top_keys]
+ if sort_keys:
+ after.sort()
+ return dict(before + after)
+ json_pretty = json.dumps(
+ json.loads(contents, object_pairs_hook=pairs_first),
+ indent=indent,
+ ensure_ascii=ensure_ascii,
+ )
+ return f'{json_pretty}\n'
+
+
+def _autofix(filename: str, new_contents: str) -> None:
+ print(f'Fixing file {filename}')
+ with open(filename, 'w', encoding='UTF-8') as f:
+ f.write(new_contents)
+
+
+def parse_num_to_int(s: str) -> Union[int, str]:
+ """Convert string numbers to int, leaving strings as is."""
+ try:
+ return int(s)
+ except ValueError:
+ return s
+
+
+def parse_topkeys(s: str) -> List[str]:
+ return s.split(',')
+
+
+def get_diff(source: str, target: str, file: str) -> str:
+ source_lines = source.splitlines(True)
+ target_lines = target.splitlines(True)
+ diff = unified_diff(source_lines, target_lines, fromfile=file, tofile=file)
+ return ''.join(diff)
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument(
+ '--autofix',
+ action='store_true',
+ dest='autofix',
+ help='Automatically fixes encountered not-pretty-formatted files',
+ )
+ parser.add_argument(
+ '--indent',
+ type=parse_num_to_int,
+ default='2',
+ help=(
+ 'The number of indent spaces or a string to be used as delimiter'
+ ' for indentation level e.g. 4 or "\t" (Default: 2)'
+ ),
+ )
+ parser.add_argument(
+ '--no-ensure-ascii',
+ action='store_true',
+ dest='no_ensure_ascii',
+ default=False,
+ help=(
+ 'Do NOT convert non-ASCII characters to Unicode escape sequences '
+ '(\\uXXXX)'
+ ),
+ )
+ parser.add_argument(
+ '--no-sort-keys',
+ action='store_true',
+ dest='no_sort_keys',
+ default=False,
+ help='Keep JSON nodes in the same order',
+ )
+ parser.add_argument(
+ '--top-keys',
+ type=parse_topkeys,
+ dest='top_keys',
+ default=[],
+ help='Ordered list of keys to keep at the top of JSON hashes',
+ )
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*', help='Filenames to fix')
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ status = 0
+
+ for json_file in args.filenames:
+ with open(json_file, encoding='UTF-8') as f:
+ contents = f.read()
+
+ try:
+ pretty_contents = _get_pretty_format(
+ contents, args.indent, ensure_ascii=not args.no_ensure_ascii,
+ sort_keys=not args.no_sort_keys, top_keys=args.top_keys,
+ )
+ except ValueError:
+ print(
+ f'Input File {json_file} is not a valid JSON, consider using '
+ f'check-json',
+ )
+ return 1
+
+ if contents != pretty_contents:
+ if args.autofix:
+ _autofix(json_file, pretty_contents)
+ else:
+ diff_output = get_diff(contents, pretty_contents, json_file)
+ sys.stdout.buffer.write(diff_output.encode())
+
+ status = 1
+
+ return status
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/removed.py b/pre_commit_hooks/removed.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..236cbf8
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/removed.py
@@ -0,0 +1,15 @@
+import sys
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ argv = argv if argv is not None else sys.argv[1:]
+ hookid, new_hookid, url = argv[:3]
+ raise SystemExit(
+ f'`{hookid}` has been removed -- use `{new_hookid}` from {url}',
+ )
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/requirements_txt_fixer.py b/pre_commit_hooks/requirements_txt_fixer.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..63f891f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/requirements_txt_fixer.py
@@ -0,0 +1,153 @@
+import argparse
+import re
+from typing import IO
+from typing import List
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+
+PASS = 0
+FAIL = 1
+
+
+class Requirement:
+ UNTIL_COMPARISON = re.compile(b'={2,3}|!=|~=|>=?|<=?')
+ UNTIL_SEP = re.compile(rb'[^;\s]+')
+
+ def __init__(self) -> None:
+ self.value: Optional[bytes] = None
+ self.comments: List[bytes] = []
+
+ @property
+ def name(self) -> bytes:
+ assert self.value is not None, self.value
+ name = self.value.lower()
+ for egg in (b'#egg=', b'&egg='):
+ if egg in self.value:
+ return name.partition(egg)[-1]
+
+ m = self.UNTIL_SEP.match(name)
+ assert m is not None
+
+ name = m.group()
+ m = self.UNTIL_COMPARISON.search(name)
+ if not m:
+ return name
+
+ return name[:m.start()]
+
+ def __lt__(self, requirement: 'Requirement') -> bool:
+ # \n means top of file comment, so always return True,
+ # otherwise just do a string comparison with value.
+ assert self.value is not None, self.value
+ if self.value == b'\n':
+ return True
+ elif requirement.value == b'\n':
+ return False
+ else:
+ return self.name < requirement.name
+
+ def is_complete(self) -> bool:
+ return (
+ self.value is not None and
+ not self.value.rstrip(b'\r\n').endswith(b'\\')
+ )
+
+ def append_value(self, value: bytes) -> None:
+ if self.value is not None:
+ self.value += value
+ else:
+ self.value = value
+
+
+def fix_requirements(f: IO[bytes]) -> int:
+ requirements: List[Requirement] = []
+ before = list(f)
+ after: List[bytes] = []
+
+ before_string = b''.join(before)
+
+ # adds new line in case one is missing
+ # AND a change to the requirements file is needed regardless:
+ if before and not before[-1].endswith(b'\n'):
+ before[-1] += b'\n'
+
+ # If the file is empty (i.e. only whitespace/newlines) exit early
+ if before_string.strip() == b'':
+ return PASS
+
+ for line in before:
+ # If the most recent requirement object has a value, then it's
+ # time to start building the next requirement object.
+
+ if not len(requirements) or requirements[-1].is_complete():
+ requirements.append(Requirement())
+
+ requirement = requirements[-1]
+
+ # If we see a newline before any requirements, then this is a
+ # top of file comment.
+ if len(requirements) == 1 and line.strip() == b'':
+ if (
+ len(requirement.comments) and
+ requirement.comments[0].startswith(b'#')
+ ):
+ requirement.value = b'\n'
+ else:
+ requirement.comments.append(line)
+ elif line.lstrip().startswith(b'#') or line.strip() == b'':
+ requirement.comments.append(line)
+ else:
+ requirement.append_value(line)
+
+ # if a file ends in a comment, preserve it at the end
+ if requirements[-1].value is None:
+ rest = requirements.pop().comments
+ else:
+ rest = []
+
+ # find and remove pkg-resources==0.0.0
+ # which is automatically added by broken pip package under Debian
+ requirements = [
+ req for req in requirements
+ if req.value != b'pkg-resources==0.0.0\n'
+ ]
+
+ for requirement in sorted(requirements):
+ after.extend(requirement.comments)
+ assert requirement.value, requirement.value
+ after.append(requirement.value)
+ after.extend(rest)
+
+ after_string = b''.join(after)
+
+ if before_string == after_string:
+ return PASS
+ else:
+ f.seek(0)
+ f.write(after_string)
+ f.truncate()
+ return FAIL
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*', help='Filenames to fix')
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ retv = PASS
+
+ for arg in args.filenames:
+ with open(arg, 'rb+') as file_obj:
+ ret_for_file = fix_requirements(file_obj)
+
+ if ret_for_file:
+ print(f'Sorting {arg}')
+
+ retv |= ret_for_file
+
+ return retv
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/sort_simple_yaml.py b/pre_commit_hooks/sort_simple_yaml.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..39f683e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/sort_simple_yaml.py
@@ -0,0 +1,125 @@
+"""Sort a simple YAML file, keeping blocks of comments and definitions
+together.
+
+We assume a strict subset of YAML that looks like:
+
+ # block of header comments
+ # here that should always
+ # be at the top of the file
+
+ # optional comments
+ # can go here
+ key: value
+ key: value
+
+ key: value
+
+In other words, we don't sort deeper than the top layer, and might corrupt
+complicated YAML files.
+"""
+import argparse
+from typing import List
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+
+QUOTES = ["'", '"']
+
+
+def sort(lines: List[str]) -> List[str]:
+ """Sort a YAML file in alphabetical order, keeping blocks together.
+
+ :param lines: array of strings (without newlines)
+ :return: sorted array of strings
+ """
+ # make a copy of lines since we will clobber it
+ lines = list(lines)
+ new_lines = parse_block(lines, header=True)
+
+ for block in sorted(parse_blocks(lines), key=first_key):
+ if new_lines:
+ new_lines.append('')
+ new_lines.extend(block)
+
+ return new_lines
+
+
+def parse_block(lines: List[str], header: bool = False) -> List[str]:
+ """Parse and return a single block, popping off the start of `lines`.
+
+ If parsing a header block, we stop after we reach a line that is not a
+ comment. Otherwise, we stop after reaching an empty line.
+
+ :param lines: list of lines
+ :param header: whether we are parsing a header block
+ :return: list of lines that form the single block
+ """
+ block_lines = []
+ while lines and lines[0] and (not header or lines[0].startswith('#')):
+ block_lines.append(lines.pop(0))
+ return block_lines
+
+
+def parse_blocks(lines: List[str]) -> List[List[str]]:
+ """Parse and return all possible blocks, popping off the start of `lines`.
+
+ :param lines: list of lines
+ :return: list of blocks, where each block is a list of lines
+ """
+ blocks = []
+
+ while lines:
+ if lines[0] == '':
+ lines.pop(0)
+ else:
+ blocks.append(parse_block(lines))
+
+ return blocks
+
+
+def first_key(lines: List[str]) -> str:
+ """Returns a string representing the sort key of a block.
+
+ The sort key is the first YAML key we encounter, ignoring comments, and
+ stripping leading quotes.
+
+ >>> print(test)
+ # some comment
+ 'foo': true
+ >>> first_key(test)
+ 'foo'
+ """
+ for line in lines:
+ if line.startswith('#'):
+ continue
+ if any(line.startswith(quote) for quote in QUOTES):
+ return line[1:]
+ return line
+ else:
+ return '' # not actually reached in reality
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*', help='Filenames to fix')
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ retval = 0
+
+ for filename in args.filenames:
+ with open(filename, 'r+') as f:
+ lines = [line.rstrip() for line in f.readlines()]
+ new_lines = sort(lines)
+
+ if lines != new_lines:
+ print(f'Fixing file `{filename}`')
+ f.seek(0)
+ f.write('\n'.join(new_lines) + '\n')
+ f.truncate()
+ retval = 1
+
+ return retval
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/string_fixer.py b/pre_commit_hooks/string_fixer.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..a08a5f7
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/string_fixer.py
@@ -0,0 +1,80 @@
+import argparse
+import io
+import re
+import tokenize
+from typing import List
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+START_QUOTE_RE = re.compile('^[a-zA-Z]*"')
+
+
+def handle_match(token_text: str) -> str:
+ if '"""' in token_text or "'''" in token_text:
+ return token_text
+
+ match = START_QUOTE_RE.match(token_text)
+ if match is not None:
+ meat = token_text[match.end():-1]
+ if '"' in meat or "'" in meat:
+ return token_text
+ else:
+ return match.group().replace('"', "'") + meat + "'"
+ else:
+ return token_text
+
+
+def get_line_offsets_by_line_no(src: str) -> List[int]:
+ # Padded so we can index with line number
+ offsets = [-1, 0]
+ for line in src.splitlines(True):
+ offsets.append(offsets[-1] + len(line))
+ return offsets
+
+
+def fix_strings(filename: str) -> int:
+ with open(filename, encoding='UTF-8', newline='') as f:
+ contents = f.read()
+ line_offsets = get_line_offsets_by_line_no(contents)
+
+ # Basically a mutable string
+ splitcontents = list(contents)
+
+ # Iterate in reverse so the offsets are always correct
+ tokens_l = list(tokenize.generate_tokens(io.StringIO(contents).readline))
+ tokens = reversed(tokens_l)
+ for token_type, token_text, (srow, scol), (erow, ecol), _ in tokens:
+ if token_type == tokenize.STRING:
+ new_text = handle_match(token_text)
+ splitcontents[
+ line_offsets[srow] + scol:
+ line_offsets[erow] + ecol
+ ] = new_text
+
+ new_contents = ''.join(splitcontents)
+ if contents != new_contents:
+ with open(filename, 'w', encoding='UTF-8', newline='') as f:
+ f.write(new_contents)
+ return 1
+ else:
+ return 0
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*', help='Filenames to fix')
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ retv = 0
+
+ for filename in args.filenames:
+ return_value = fix_strings(filename)
+ if return_value != 0:
+ print(f'Fixing strings in {filename}')
+ retv |= return_value
+
+ return retv
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/tests_should_end_in_test.py b/pre_commit_hooks/tests_should_end_in_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..bffb0c4
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/tests_should_end_in_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,33 @@
+import argparse
+import os.path
+import re
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*')
+ parser.add_argument(
+ '--django', default=False, action='store_true',
+ help='Use Django-style test naming pattern (test*.py)',
+ )
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ retcode = 0
+ test_name_pattern = r'test.*\.py' if args.django else r'.*_test\.py'
+ for filename in args.filenames:
+ base = os.path.basename(filename)
+ if (
+ not re.match(test_name_pattern, base) and
+ not base == '__init__.py' and
+ not base == 'conftest.py'
+ ):
+ retcode = 1
+ print(f'{filename} does not match pattern "{test_name_pattern}"')
+
+ return retcode
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/trailing_whitespace_fixer.py b/pre_commit_hooks/trailing_whitespace_fixer.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..82faa2d
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/trailing_whitespace_fixer.py
@@ -0,0 +1,102 @@
+import argparse
+import os
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Sequence
+
+
+def _fix_file(
+ filename: str,
+ is_markdown: bool,
+ chars: Optional[bytes],
+) -> bool:
+ with open(filename, mode='rb') as file_processed:
+ lines = file_processed.readlines()
+ newlines = [_process_line(line, is_markdown, chars) for line in lines]
+ if newlines != lines:
+ with open(filename, mode='wb') as file_processed:
+ for line in newlines:
+ file_processed.write(line)
+ return True
+ else:
+ return False
+
+
+def _process_line(
+ line: bytes,
+ is_markdown: bool,
+ chars: Optional[bytes],
+) -> bytes:
+ if line[-2:] == b'\r\n':
+ eol = b'\r\n'
+ line = line[:-2]
+ elif line[-1:] == b'\n':
+ eol = b'\n'
+ line = line[:-1]
+ else:
+ eol = b''
+ # preserve trailing two-space for non-blank lines in markdown files
+ if is_markdown and (not line.isspace()) and line.endswith(b' '):
+ return line[:-2].rstrip(chars) + b' ' + eol
+ return line.rstrip(chars) + eol
+
+
+def main(argv: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None) -> int:
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument(
+ '--no-markdown-linebreak-ext',
+ action='store_true',
+ help=argparse.SUPPRESS,
+ )
+ parser.add_argument(
+ '--markdown-linebreak-ext',
+ action='append',
+ default=[],
+ metavar='*|EXT[,EXT,...]',
+ help=(
+ 'Markdown extensions (or *) to not strip linebreak spaces. '
+ 'default: %(default)s'
+ ),
+ )
+ parser.add_argument(
+ '--chars',
+ help=(
+ 'The set of characters to strip from the end of lines. '
+ 'Defaults to all whitespace characters.'
+ ),
+ )
+ parser.add_argument('filenames', nargs='*', help='Filenames to fix')
+ args = parser.parse_args(argv)
+
+ if args.no_markdown_linebreak_ext:
+ print('--no-markdown-linebreak-ext now does nothing!')
+
+ md_args = args.markdown_linebreak_ext
+ if '' in md_args:
+ parser.error('--markdown-linebreak-ext requires a non-empty argument')
+ all_markdown = '*' in md_args
+ # normalize extensions; split at ',', lowercase, and force 1 leading '.'
+ md_exts = [
+ '.' + x.lower().lstrip('.') for x in ','.join(md_args).split(',')
+ ]
+
+ # reject probable "eaten" filename as extension: skip leading '.' with [1:]
+ for ext in md_exts:
+ if any(c in ext[1:] for c in r'./\:'):
+ parser.error(
+ f'bad --markdown-linebreak-ext extension '
+ f'{ext!r} (has . / \\ :)\n'
+ f" (probably filename; use '--markdown-linebreak-ext=EXT')",
+ )
+ chars = None if args.chars is None else args.chars.encode()
+ return_code = 0
+ for filename in args.filenames:
+ _, extension = os.path.splitext(filename.lower())
+ md = all_markdown or extension in md_exts
+ if _fix_file(filename, md, chars):
+ print(f'Fixing {filename}')
+ return_code = 1
+ return return_code
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ raise SystemExit(main())
diff --git a/pre_commit_hooks/util.py b/pre_commit_hooks/util.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..402e33e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pre_commit_hooks/util.py
@@ -0,0 +1,33 @@
+import subprocess
+from typing import Any
+from typing import List
+from typing import Optional
+from typing import Set
+
+
+class CalledProcessError(RuntimeError):
+ pass
+
+
+def added_files() -> Set[str]:
+ cmd = ('git', 'diff', '--staged', '--name-only', '--diff-filter=A')
+ return set(cmd_output(*cmd).splitlines())
+
+
+def cmd_output(*cmd: str, retcode: Optional[int] = 0, **kwargs: Any) -> str:
+ kwargs.setdefault('stdout', subprocess.PIPE)
+ kwargs.setdefault('stderr', subprocess.PIPE)
+ proc = subprocess.Popen(cmd, **kwargs)
+ stdout, stderr = proc.communicate()
+ stdout = stdout.decode()
+ if retcode is not None and proc.returncode != retcode:
+ raise CalledProcessError(cmd, retcode, proc.returncode, stdout, stderr)
+ return stdout
+
+
+def zsplit(s: str) -> List[str]:
+ s = s.strip('\0')
+ if s:
+ return s.split('\0')
+ else:
+ return []
diff --git a/requirements-dev.txt b/requirements-dev.txt
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..0c5a37e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/requirements-dev.txt
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+covdefaults
+coverage
+pytest
diff --git a/setup.cfg b/setup.cfg
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..45498eb
--- /dev/null
+++ b/setup.cfg
@@ -0,0 +1,91 @@
+[metadata]
+name = pre_commit_hooks
+version = 4.1.0
+description = Some out-of-the-box hooks for pre-commit.
+long_description = file: README.md
+long_description_content_type = text/markdown
+url = https://github.com/pre-commit/pre-commit-hooks
+author = Anthony Sottile
+author_email = asottile@umich.edu
+license = MIT
+license_file = LICENSE
+classifiers =
+ License :: OSI Approved :: MIT License
+ Programming Language :: Python :: 3
+ Programming Language :: Python :: 3 :: Only
+ Programming Language :: Python :: 3.6
+ Programming Language :: Python :: 3.7
+ Programming Language :: Python :: 3.8
+ Programming Language :: Python :: 3.9
+ Programming Language :: Python :: 3.10
+ Programming Language :: Python :: Implementation :: CPython
+ Programming Language :: Python :: Implementation :: PyPy
+
+[options]
+packages = find:
+install_requires =
+ ruamel.yaml>=0.15
+ toml
+python_requires = >=3.6.1
+
+[options.packages.find]
+exclude =
+ tests*
+ testing*
+
+[options.entry_points]
+console_scripts =
+ check-added-large-files = pre_commit_hooks.check_added_large_files:main
+ check-ast = pre_commit_hooks.check_ast:main
+ check-builtin-literals = pre_commit_hooks.check_builtin_literals:main
+ check-byte-order-marker = pre_commit_hooks.check_byte_order_marker:main
+ check-case-conflict = pre_commit_hooks.check_case_conflict:main
+ check-docstring-first = pre_commit_hooks.check_docstring_first:main
+ check-executables-have-shebangs = pre_commit_hooks.check_executables_have_shebangs:main
+ check-json = pre_commit_hooks.check_json:main
+ check-merge-conflict = pre_commit_hooks.check_merge_conflict:main
+ check-shebang-scripts-are-executable = pre_commit_hooks.check_shebang_scripts_are_executable:main
+ check-symlinks = pre_commit_hooks.check_symlinks:main
+ check-toml = pre_commit_hooks.check_toml:main
+ check-vcs-permalinks = pre_commit_hooks.check_vcs_permalinks:main
+ check-xml = pre_commit_hooks.check_xml:main
+ check-yaml = pre_commit_hooks.check_yaml:main
+ debug-statement-hook = pre_commit_hooks.debug_statement_hook:main
+ destroyed-symlinks = pre_commit_hooks.destroyed_symlinks:main
+ detect-aws-credentials = pre_commit_hooks.detect_aws_credentials:main
+ detect-private-key = pre_commit_hooks.detect_private_key:main
+ double-quote-string-fixer = pre_commit_hooks.string_fixer:main
+ end-of-file-fixer = pre_commit_hooks.end_of_file_fixer:main
+ file-contents-sorter = pre_commit_hooks.file_contents_sorter:main
+ fix-byte-order-marker = pre_commit_hooks.fix_byte_order_marker:main
+ fix-encoding-pragma = pre_commit_hooks.fix_encoding_pragma:main
+ forbid-new-submodules = pre_commit_hooks.forbid_new_submodules:main
+ mixed-line-ending = pre_commit_hooks.mixed_line_ending:main
+ name-tests-test = pre_commit_hooks.tests_should_end_in_test:main
+ no-commit-to-branch = pre_commit_hooks.no_commit_to_branch:main
+ pre-commit-hooks-removed = pre_commit_hooks.removed:main
+ pretty-format-json = pre_commit_hooks.pretty_format_json:main
+ requirements-txt-fixer = pre_commit_hooks.requirements_txt_fixer:main
+ sort-simple-yaml = pre_commit_hooks.sort_simple_yaml:main
+ trailing-whitespace-fixer = pre_commit_hooks.trailing_whitespace_fixer:main
+
+[bdist_wheel]
+universal = True
+
+[coverage:run]
+plugins = covdefaults
+
+[mypy]
+check_untyped_defs = true
+disallow_any_generics = true
+disallow_incomplete_defs = true
+disallow_untyped_defs = true
+no_implicit_optional = true
+warn_redundant_casts = true
+warn_unused_ignores = true
+
+[mypy-testing.*]
+disallow_untyped_defs = false
+
+[mypy-tests.*]
+disallow_untyped_defs = false
diff --git a/setup.py b/setup.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..8bf1ba9
--- /dev/null
+++ b/setup.py
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+from setuptools import setup
+setup()
diff --git a/testing/__init__.py b/testing/__init__.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e69de29
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/__init__.py
diff --git a/testing/resources/aws_config_with_multiple_sections.ini b/testing/resources/aws_config_with_multiple_sections.ini
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..2053b9a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/aws_config_with_multiple_sections.ini
@@ -0,0 +1,12 @@
+# file with AWS access key ids, AWS secret access keys and AWS session tokens in multiple sections
+[default]
+aws_access_key_id = AKIASLARTIBARTFAST11
+aws_secret_access_key = 7xebzorgm5143ouge9gvepxb2z70bsb2rtrh099e
+[production]
+aws_access_key_id = AKIAVOGONSVOGONS0042
+aws_secret_access_key = z2rpgs5uit782eapz5l1z0y2lurtsyyk6hcfozlb
+[staging]
+aws_access_key_id = AKIAJIMMINYCRICKET0A
+aws_secret_access_key = ixswosj8gz3wuik405jl9k3vdajsnxfhnpui38ez
+[test]
+aws_session_token = foo
diff --git a/testing/resources/aws_config_with_secret.ini b/testing/resources/aws_config_with_secret.ini
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..bb55017
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/aws_config_with_secret.ini
@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
+# file with an AWS access key id and an AWS secret access key
+[production]
+aws_access_key_id = AKIAVOGONSVOGONS0042
+aws_secret_access_key = z2rpgs5uit782eapz5l1z0y2lurtsyyk6hcfozlb
diff --git a/testing/resources/aws_config_with_secret_and_session_token.ini b/testing/resources/aws_config_with_secret_and_session_token.ini
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..4496765
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/aws_config_with_secret_and_session_token.ini
@@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
+# file with an AWS access key id, an AWS secret access key and an AWS session token
+[production]
+aws_access_key_id = AKIAVOGONSVOGONS0042
+aws_secret_access_key = z2rpgs5uit782eapz5l1z0y2lurtsyyk6hcfozlb
+aws_session_token = foo
diff --git a/testing/resources/aws_config_with_session_token.ini b/testing/resources/aws_config_with_session_token.ini
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b03f127
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/aws_config_with_session_token.ini
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+# file with an AWS session token
+[production]
+aws_session_token = foo
diff --git a/testing/resources/aws_config_without_secrets.ini b/testing/resources/aws_config_without_secrets.ini
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..26d1692
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/aws_config_without_secrets.ini
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+# file with an AWS access key id but no AWS secret access key
+[production]
+aws_access_key_id = AKIASLARTIBARTFAST11
diff --git a/testing/resources/aws_config_without_secrets_with_spaces.ini b/testing/resources/aws_config_without_secrets_with_spaces.ini
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b169952
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/aws_config_without_secrets_with_spaces.ini
@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
+# file with an AWS access key id but no valid AWS secret access key only space characters
+[production]
+aws_access_key_id = AKIASLARTARGENTINA86
+aws_secret_access_key =
diff --git a/testing/resources/bad_json.notjson b/testing/resources/bad_json.notjson
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..66f1111
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/bad_json.notjson
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+{
+ "hello": "world",
+}
diff --git a/testing/resources/bad_json_latin1.nonjson b/testing/resources/bad_json_latin1.nonjson
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..3b39473
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/bad_json_latin1.nonjson
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+{
+ "": 1,
+}
diff --git a/testing/resources/bad_xml.notxml b/testing/resources/bad_xml.notxml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e6edcc7
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/bad_xml.notxml
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+<im><not><terminated><lol>
diff --git a/testing/resources/bad_yaml.notyaml b/testing/resources/bad_yaml.notyaml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..3767076
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/bad_yaml.notyaml
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+# It's surprisingly hard to make invalid yaml
+a: "
diff --git a/testing/resources/cannot_parse_ast.notpy b/testing/resources/cannot_parse_ast.notpy
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..150ca8d
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/cannot_parse_ast.notpy
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+if True:
diff --git a/testing/resources/does_exist b/testing/resources/does_exist
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e69de29
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/does_exist
diff --git a/testing/resources/duplicate_key_json.notjson b/testing/resources/duplicate_key_json.notjson
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..8a43262
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/duplicate_key_json.notjson
@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
+{
+ "hello": "world",
+ "hello": "planet"
+}
diff --git a/testing/resources/img1.jpg b/testing/resources/img1.jpg
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..dea4262
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/img1.jpg
Binary files differ
diff --git a/testing/resources/non_ascii_pretty_formatted_json.json b/testing/resources/non_ascii_pretty_formatted_json.json
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..05d0d00
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/non_ascii_pretty_formatted_json.json
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+{
+ "alist": [
+ 2,
+ 34,
+ 234
+ ],
+ "blah": null,
+ "foo": "bar",
+ "non_ascii": "中文にほんご한국어"
+}
diff --git a/testing/resources/nonsense.txt b/testing/resources/nonsense.txt
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..6c7fe83
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/nonsense.txt
@@ -0,0 +1,6 @@
+some nonsense text generated at https://baconipsum.com/
+Bacon ipsum dolor amet ipsum fugiat pastrami pork belly, non ball tip flank est short loin. Fatback landjaeger meatloaf flank. Sunt boudin duis occaecat mollit velit. Capicola lorem frankfurter doner strip steak jerky rump elit laborum mollit. Venison cupidatat laboris duis ut chuck proident mollit. Minim do rump, eu jerky ham turkey chuck in tempor venison pariatur voluptate landjaeger beef.
+
+Duis aliqua esse, exercitation in ball tip ut capicola sausage dolore frankfurter occaecat. Duis in nulla consequat salami. Est shoulder tempor commodo shankle short ribs. In meatball aliqua boudin tenderloin, meatloaf leberkas hamburger quis pig dolore ea eu. Ham hock ex laboris, filet mignon sunt doner cillum short loin prosciutto voluptate.
+
+Occaecat pork doner meatloaf nulla biltong ullamco tenderloin culpa brisket. Culpa jowl ea shank t-bone shankle voluptate nostrud incididunt leberkas pork loin. Bacon kevin jerky pork belly t-bone labore duis. Boudin corned beef adipisicing aute, fatback ribeye nulla pancetta anim venison. Short ribs kevin pastrami cow drumstick velit. Turkey exercitation jowl, fatback labore swine do voluptate.
diff --git a/testing/resources/not_pretty_formatted_json.json b/testing/resources/not_pretty_formatted_json.json
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..58b1d02
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/not_pretty_formatted_json.json
@@ -0,0 +1,6 @@
+{
+ "foo":
+ "bar",
+ "alist": [2, 34, 234],
+ "blah": null
+}
diff --git a/testing/resources/ok_json.json b/testing/resources/ok_json.json
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ea50c5d
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/ok_json.json
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+{
+ "hello": "world"
+}
diff --git a/testing/resources/ok_xml.xml b/testing/resources/ok_xml.xml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..134f37c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/ok_xml.xml
@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
+<document>
+ <hello>Hi</hello>
+ <world>Earth</world>
+</document>
diff --git a/testing/resources/ok_yaml.yaml b/testing/resources/ok_yaml.yaml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..1679c64
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/ok_yaml.yaml
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+im: ok yaml
diff --git a/testing/resources/pretty_formatted_json.json b/testing/resources/pretty_formatted_json.json
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ae9b1b2
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/pretty_formatted_json.json
@@ -0,0 +1,9 @@
+{
+ "alist": [
+ 2,
+ 34,
+ 234
+ ],
+ "blah": null,
+ "foo": "bar"
+}
diff --git a/testing/resources/tab_pretty_formatted_json.json b/testing/resources/tab_pretty_formatted_json.json
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..abda648
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/tab_pretty_formatted_json.json
@@ -0,0 +1,9 @@
+{
+ "alist": [
+ 2,
+ 34,
+ 234
+ ],
+ "blah": null,
+ "foo": "bar"
+}
diff --git a/testing/resources/top_sorted_json.json b/testing/resources/top_sorted_json.json
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..62083e7
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/top_sorted_json.json
@@ -0,0 +1,16 @@
+{
+ "01-alist": [
+ 2,
+ 34,
+ 234
+ ],
+ "alist": [
+ 2,
+ 34,
+ 234
+ ],
+ "00-foo": "bar",
+ "02-blah": null,
+ "blah": null,
+ "foo": "bar"
+}
diff --git a/testing/resources/unsorted_pretty_formatted_json.json b/testing/resources/unsorted_pretty_formatted_json.json
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..fe8bf5e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/resources/unsorted_pretty_formatted_json.json
@@ -0,0 +1,9 @@
+{
+ "foo": "bar",
+ "alist": [
+ 34,
+ 2,
+ 234
+ ],
+ "blah": null
+}
diff --git a/testing/util.py b/testing/util.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..5043754
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/util.py
@@ -0,0 +1,14 @@
+import os.path
+import subprocess
+
+
+TESTING_DIR = os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(__file__))
+
+
+def get_resource_path(path):
+ return os.path.join(TESTING_DIR, 'resources', path)
+
+
+def git_commit(*args, **kwargs):
+ cmd = ('git', 'commit', '--no-gpg-sign', '--no-verify', '--no-edit', *args)
+ subprocess.check_call(cmd, **kwargs)
diff --git a/tests/__init__.py b/tests/__init__.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e69de29
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/__init__.py
diff --git a/tests/check_added_large_files_test.py b/tests/check_added_large_files_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..c16bf5a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/check_added_large_files_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,132 @@
+import shutil
+
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_added_large_files import find_large_added_files
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_added_large_files import main
+from pre_commit_hooks.util import cmd_output
+from testing.util import git_commit
+
+
+def test_nothing_added(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ assert find_large_added_files(['f.py'], 0) == 0
+
+
+def test_adding_something(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ temp_git_dir.join('f.py').write("print('hello world')")
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', 'f.py')
+
+ # Should fail with max size of 0
+ assert find_large_added_files(['f.py'], 0) == 1
+
+
+def test_add_something_giant(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ temp_git_dir.join('f.py').write('a' * 10000)
+
+ # Should not fail when not added
+ assert find_large_added_files(['f.py'], 0) == 0
+
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', 'f.py')
+
+ # Should fail with strict bound
+ assert find_large_added_files(['f.py'], 0) == 1
+
+ # Should also fail with actual bound
+ assert find_large_added_files(['f.py'], 9) == 1
+
+ # Should pass with higher bound
+ assert find_large_added_files(['f.py'], 10) == 0
+
+
+def test_enforce_all(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ temp_git_dir.join('f.py').write('a' * 10000)
+
+ # Should fail, when not staged with enforce_all
+ assert find_large_added_files(['f.py'], 0, enforce_all=True) == 1
+
+ # Should pass, when not staged without enforce_all
+ assert find_large_added_files(['f.py'], 0, enforce_all=False) == 0
+
+
+def test_added_file_not_in_pre_commits_list(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ temp_git_dir.join('f.py').write("print('hello world')")
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', 'f.py')
+
+ # Should pass even with a size of 0
+ assert find_large_added_files(['g.py'], 0) == 0
+
+
+def test_integration(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ assert main(argv=[]) == 0
+
+ temp_git_dir.join('f.py').write('a' * 10000)
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', 'f.py')
+
+ # Should not fail with default
+ assert main(argv=['f.py']) == 0
+
+ # Should fail with --maxkb
+ assert main(argv=['--maxkb', '9', 'f.py']) == 1
+
+
+def has_gitlfs():
+ return shutil.which('git-lfs') is not None
+
+
+xfailif_no_gitlfs = pytest.mark.xfail(
+ not has_gitlfs(), reason='This test requires git-lfs',
+)
+
+
+@xfailif_no_gitlfs
+def test_allows_gitlfs(temp_git_dir): # pragma: no cover
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ cmd_output('git', 'lfs', 'install', '--local')
+ temp_git_dir.join('f.py').write('a' * 10000)
+ cmd_output('git', 'lfs', 'track', 'f.py')
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', '--', '.')
+ # Should succeed
+ assert main(('--maxkb', '9', 'f.py')) == 0
+
+
+@xfailif_no_gitlfs
+def test_moves_with_gitlfs(temp_git_dir): # pragma: no cover
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ cmd_output('git', 'lfs', 'install', '--local')
+ cmd_output('git', 'lfs', 'track', 'a.bin', 'b.bin')
+ # First add the file we're going to move
+ temp_git_dir.join('a.bin').write('a' * 10000)
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', '--', '.')
+ git_commit('-am', 'foo')
+ # Now move it and make sure the hook still succeeds
+ cmd_output('git', 'mv', 'a.bin', 'b.bin')
+ assert main(('--maxkb', '9', 'b.bin')) == 0
+
+
+@xfailif_no_gitlfs
+def test_enforce_allows_gitlfs(temp_git_dir): # pragma: no cover
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ cmd_output('git', 'lfs', 'install', '--local')
+ temp_git_dir.join('f.py').write('a' * 10000)
+ cmd_output('git', 'lfs', 'track', 'f.py')
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', '--', '.')
+ # With --enforce-all large files on git lfs should succeed
+ assert main(('--enforce-all', '--maxkb', '9', 'f.py')) == 0
+
+
+@xfailif_no_gitlfs
+def test_enforce_allows_gitlfs_after_commit(temp_git_dir): # pragma: no cover
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ cmd_output('git', 'lfs', 'install', '--local')
+ temp_git_dir.join('f.py').write('a' * 10000)
+ cmd_output('git', 'lfs', 'track', 'f.py')
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', '--', '.')
+ git_commit('-am', 'foo')
+ # With --enforce-all large files on git lfs should succeed
+ assert main(('--enforce-all', '--maxkb', '9', 'f.py')) == 0
diff --git a/tests/check_ast_test.py b/tests/check_ast_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..686fd11
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/check_ast_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,12 @@
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_ast import main
+from testing.util import get_resource_path
+
+
+def test_failing_file():
+ ret = main([get_resource_path('cannot_parse_ast.notpy')])
+ assert ret == 1
+
+
+def test_passing_file():
+ ret = main([__file__])
+ assert ret == 0
diff --git a/tests/check_builtin_literals_test.py b/tests/check_builtin_literals_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e936798
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/check_builtin_literals_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,149 @@
+import ast
+
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_builtin_literals import Call
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_builtin_literals import main
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_builtin_literals import Visitor
+
+BUILTIN_CONSTRUCTORS = '''\
+import builtins
+
+c1 = complex()
+d1 = dict()
+f1 = float()
+i1 = int()
+l1 = list()
+s1 = str()
+t1 = tuple()
+
+c2 = builtins.complex()
+d2 = builtins.dict()
+f2 = builtins.float()
+i2 = builtins.int()
+l2 = builtins.list()
+s2 = builtins.str()
+t2 = builtins.tuple()
+'''
+BUILTIN_LITERALS = '''\
+c1 = 0j
+d1 = {}
+f1 = 0.0
+i1 = 0
+l1 = []
+s1 = ''
+t1 = ()
+'''
+
+
+@pytest.fixture
+def visitor():
+ return Visitor()
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('expression', 'calls'),
+ [
+ # see #285
+ ('x[0]()', []),
+ # complex
+ ('0j', []),
+ ('complex()', [Call('complex', 1, 0)]),
+ ('complex(0, 0)', []),
+ ("complex('0+0j')", []),
+ ('builtins.complex()', []),
+ # float
+ ('0.0', []),
+ ('float()', [Call('float', 1, 0)]),
+ ("float('0.0')", []),
+ ('builtins.float()', []),
+ # int
+ ('0', []),
+ ('int()', [Call('int', 1, 0)]),
+ ("int('0')", []),
+ ('builtins.int()', []),
+ # list
+ ('[]', []),
+ ('list()', [Call('list', 1, 0)]),
+ ("list('abc')", []),
+ ("list([c for c in 'abc'])", []),
+ ("list(c for c in 'abc')", []),
+ ('builtins.list()', []),
+ # str
+ ("''", []),
+ ('str()', [Call('str', 1, 0)]),
+ ("str('0')", []),
+ ('builtins.str()', []),
+ # tuple
+ ('()', []),
+ ('tuple()', [Call('tuple', 1, 0)]),
+ ("tuple('abc')", []),
+ ("tuple([c for c in 'abc'])", []),
+ ("tuple(c for c in 'abc')", []),
+ ('builtins.tuple()', []),
+ ],
+)
+def test_non_dict_exprs(visitor, expression, calls):
+ visitor.visit(ast.parse(expression))
+ assert visitor.builtin_type_calls == calls
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('expression', 'calls'),
+ [
+ ('{}', []),
+ ('dict()', [Call('dict', 1, 0)]),
+ ('dict(a=1, b=2, c=3)', []),
+ ("dict(**{'a': 1, 'b': 2, 'c': 3})", []),
+ ("dict([(k, v) for k, v in [('a', 1), ('b', 2), ('c', 3)]])", []),
+ ("dict((k, v) for k, v in [('a', 1), ('b', 2), ('c', 3)])", []),
+ ('builtins.dict()', []),
+ ],
+)
+def test_dict_allow_kwargs_exprs(visitor, expression, calls):
+ visitor.visit(ast.parse(expression))
+ assert visitor.builtin_type_calls == calls
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('expression', 'calls'),
+ [
+ ('dict()', [Call('dict', 1, 0)]),
+ ('dict(a=1, b=2, c=3)', [Call('dict', 1, 0)]),
+ ("dict(**{'a': 1, 'b': 2, 'c': 3})", [Call('dict', 1, 0)]),
+ ('builtins.dict()', []),
+ ],
+)
+def test_dict_no_allow_kwargs_exprs(expression, calls):
+ visitor = Visitor(allow_dict_kwargs=False)
+ visitor.visit(ast.parse(expression))
+ assert visitor.builtin_type_calls == calls
+
+
+def test_ignore_constructors():
+ visitor = Visitor(
+ ignore=('complex', 'dict', 'float', 'int', 'list', 'str', 'tuple'),
+ )
+ visitor.visit(ast.parse(BUILTIN_CONSTRUCTORS))
+ assert visitor.builtin_type_calls == []
+
+
+def test_failing_file(tmpdir):
+ f = tmpdir.join('f.py')
+ f.write(BUILTIN_CONSTRUCTORS)
+ rc = main([str(f)])
+ assert rc == 1
+
+
+def test_passing_file(tmpdir):
+ f = tmpdir.join('f.py')
+ f.write(BUILTIN_LITERALS)
+ rc = main([str(f)])
+ assert rc == 0
+
+
+def test_failing_file_ignore_all(tmpdir):
+ f = tmpdir.join('f.py')
+ f.write(BUILTIN_CONSTRUCTORS)
+ rc = main(['--ignore=complex,dict,float,int,list,str,tuple', str(f)])
+ assert rc == 0
diff --git a/tests/check_byte_order_marker_test.py b/tests/check_byte_order_marker_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..4c40247
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/check_byte_order_marker_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,13 @@
+from pre_commit_hooks import check_byte_order_marker
+
+
+def test_failure(tmpdir):
+ f = tmpdir.join('f.txt')
+ f.write_text('ohai', encoding='utf-8-sig')
+ assert check_byte_order_marker.main((str(f),)) == 1
+
+
+def test_success(tmpdir):
+ f = tmpdir.join('f.txt')
+ f.write_text('ohai', encoding='utf-8')
+ assert check_byte_order_marker.main((str(f),)) == 0
diff --git a/tests/check_case_conflict_test.py b/tests/check_case_conflict_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..d9211b5
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/check_case_conflict_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,122 @@
+import sys
+
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_case_conflict import find_conflicting_filenames
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_case_conflict import main
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_case_conflict import parents
+from pre_commit_hooks.util import cmd_output
+from testing.util import git_commit
+
+skip_win32 = pytest.mark.skipif(
+ sys.platform == 'win32',
+ reason='case conflicts between directories and files',
+)
+
+
+def test_parents():
+ assert set(parents('a')) == set()
+ assert set(parents('a/b')) == {'a'}
+ assert set(parents('a/b/c')) == {'a/b', 'a'}
+ assert set(parents('a/b/c/d')) == {'a/b/c', 'a/b', 'a'}
+
+
+def test_nothing_added(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ assert find_conflicting_filenames(['f.py']) == 0
+
+
+def test_adding_something(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ temp_git_dir.join('f.py').write("print('hello world')")
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', 'f.py')
+
+ assert find_conflicting_filenames(['f.py']) == 0
+
+
+def test_adding_something_with_conflict(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ temp_git_dir.join('f.py').write("print('hello world')")
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', 'f.py')
+ temp_git_dir.join('F.py').write("print('hello world')")
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', 'F.py')
+
+ assert find_conflicting_filenames(['f.py', 'F.py']) == 1
+
+
+@skip_win32 # pragma: win32 no cover
+def test_adding_files_with_conflicting_directories(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ temp_git_dir.mkdir('dir').join('x').write('foo')
+ temp_git_dir.mkdir('DIR').join('y').write('foo')
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', '-A')
+
+ assert find_conflicting_filenames([]) == 1
+
+
+@skip_win32 # pragma: win32 no cover
+def test_adding_files_with_conflicting_deep_directories(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ temp_git_dir.mkdir('x').mkdir('y').join('z').write('foo')
+ temp_git_dir.join('X').write('foo')
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', '-A')
+
+ assert find_conflicting_filenames([]) == 1
+
+
+@skip_win32 # pragma: win32 no cover
+def test_adding_file_with_conflicting_directory(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ temp_git_dir.mkdir('dir').join('x').write('foo')
+ temp_git_dir.join('DIR').write('foo')
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', '-A')
+
+ assert find_conflicting_filenames([]) == 1
+
+
+def test_added_file_not_in_pre_commits_list(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ temp_git_dir.join('f.py').write("print('hello world')")
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', 'f.py')
+
+ assert find_conflicting_filenames(['g.py']) == 0
+
+
+def test_file_conflicts_with_committed_file(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ temp_git_dir.join('f.py').write("print('hello world')")
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', 'f.py')
+ git_commit('-m', 'Add f.py')
+
+ temp_git_dir.join('F.py').write("print('hello world')")
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', 'F.py')
+
+ assert find_conflicting_filenames(['F.py']) == 1
+
+
+@skip_win32 # pragma: win32 no cover
+def test_file_conflicts_with_committed_dir(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ temp_git_dir.mkdir('dir').join('x').write('foo')
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', '-A')
+ git_commit('-m', 'Add f.py')
+
+ temp_git_dir.join('DIR').write('foo')
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', '-A')
+
+ assert find_conflicting_filenames([]) == 1
+
+
+def test_integration(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ assert main(argv=[]) == 0
+
+ temp_git_dir.join('f.py').write("print('hello world')")
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', 'f.py')
+
+ assert main(argv=['f.py']) == 0
+
+ temp_git_dir.join('F.py').write("print('hello world')")
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', 'F.py')
+
+ assert main(argv=['F.py']) == 1
diff --git a/tests/check_docstring_first_test.py b/tests/check_docstring_first_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ed5c08e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/check_docstring_first_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,67 @@
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_docstring_first import check_docstring_first
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_docstring_first import main
+
+
+# Contents, expected, expected_output
+TESTS = (
+ # trivial
+ (b'', 0, ''),
+ # Acceptable
+ (b'"foo"', 0, ''),
+ # Docstring after code
+ (
+ b'from __future__ import unicode_literals\n'
+ b'"foo"\n',
+ 1,
+ '{filename}:2 Module docstring appears after code '
+ '(code seen on line 1).\n',
+ ),
+ # Test double docstring
+ (
+ b'"The real docstring"\n'
+ b'from __future__ import absolute_import\n'
+ b'"fake docstring"\n',
+ 1,
+ '{filename}:3 Multiple module docstrings '
+ '(first docstring on line 1).\n',
+ ),
+ # Test multiple lines of code above
+ (
+ b'import os\n'
+ b'import sys\n'
+ b'"docstring"\n',
+ 1,
+ '{filename}:3 Module docstring appears after code '
+ '(code seen on line 1).\n',
+ ),
+ # String literals in expressions are ok.
+ (b'x = "foo"\n', 0, ''),
+)
+
+
+all_tests = pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('contents', 'expected', 'expected_out'), TESTS,
+)
+
+
+@all_tests
+def test_unit(capsys, contents, expected, expected_out):
+ assert check_docstring_first(contents) == expected
+ assert capsys.readouterr()[0] == expected_out.format(filename='<unknown>')
+
+
+@all_tests
+def test_integration(tmpdir, capsys, contents, expected, expected_out):
+ f = tmpdir.join('test.py')
+ f.write_binary(contents)
+ assert main([str(f)]) == expected
+ assert capsys.readouterr()[0] == expected_out.format(filename=str(f))
+
+
+def test_arbitrary_encoding(tmpdir):
+ f = tmpdir.join('f.py')
+ contents = '# -*- coding: cp1252\nx = "£"'.encode('cp1252')
+ f.write_binary(contents)
+ assert main([str(f)]) == 0
diff --git a/tests/check_executables_have_shebangs_test.py b/tests/check_executables_have_shebangs_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..5703ede
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/check_executables_have_shebangs_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,125 @@
+import os
+import sys
+
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks import check_executables_have_shebangs
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_executables_have_shebangs import main
+from pre_commit_hooks.util import cmd_output
+
+skip_win32 = pytest.mark.skipif(
+ sys.platform == 'win32',
+ reason="non-git checks aren't relevant on windows",
+)
+
+
+@skip_win32 # pragma: win32 no cover
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ 'content', (
+ b'#!/bin/bash\nhello world\n',
+ b'#!/usr/bin/env python3.6',
+ b'#!python',
+ '#!☃'.encode(),
+ ),
+)
+def test_has_shebang(content, tmpdir):
+ path = tmpdir.join('path')
+ path.write(content, 'wb')
+ assert main((str(path),)) == 0
+
+
+@skip_win32 # pragma: win32 no cover
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ 'content', (
+ b'',
+ b' #!python\n',
+ b'\n#!python\n',
+ b'python\n',
+ '☃'.encode(),
+ ),
+)
+def test_bad_shebang(content, tmpdir, capsys):
+ path = tmpdir.join('path')
+ path.write(content, 'wb')
+ assert main((str(path),)) == 1
+ _, stderr = capsys.readouterr()
+ assert stderr.startswith(f'{path}: marked executable but')
+
+
+def test_check_git_filemode_passing(tmpdir):
+ with tmpdir.as_cwd():
+ cmd_output('git', 'init', '.')
+
+ f = tmpdir.join('f')
+ f.write('#!/usr/bin/env bash')
+ f_path = str(f)
+ cmd_output('chmod', '+x', f_path)
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', f_path)
+ cmd_output('git', 'update-index', '--chmod=+x', f_path)
+
+ g = tmpdir.join('g').ensure()
+ g_path = str(g)
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', g_path)
+
+ # this is potentially a problem, but not something the script intends
+ # to check for -- we're only making sure that things that are
+ # executable have shebangs
+ h = tmpdir.join('h')
+ h.write('#!/usr/bin/env bash')
+ h_path = str(h)
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', h_path)
+
+ files = (f_path, g_path, h_path)
+ assert check_executables_have_shebangs._check_git_filemode(files) == 0
+
+
+def test_check_git_filemode_passing_unusual_characters(tmpdir):
+ with tmpdir.as_cwd():
+ cmd_output('git', 'init', '.')
+
+ f = tmpdir.join('mañana.txt')
+ f.write('#!/usr/bin/env bash')
+ f_path = str(f)
+ cmd_output('chmod', '+x', f_path)
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', f_path)
+ cmd_output('git', 'update-index', '--chmod=+x', f_path)
+
+ files = (f_path,)
+ assert check_executables_have_shebangs._check_git_filemode(files) == 0
+
+
+def test_check_git_filemode_failing(tmpdir):
+ with tmpdir.as_cwd():
+ cmd_output('git', 'init', '.')
+
+ f = tmpdir.join('f').ensure()
+ f_path = str(f)
+ cmd_output('chmod', '+x', f_path)
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', f_path)
+ cmd_output('git', 'update-index', '--chmod=+x', f_path)
+
+ files = (f_path,)
+ assert check_executables_have_shebangs._check_git_filemode(files) == 1
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('content', 'mode', 'expected'),
+ (
+ pytest.param('#!python', '+x', 0, id='shebang with executable'),
+ pytest.param('#!python', '-x', 0, id='shebang without executable'),
+ pytest.param('', '+x', 1, id='no shebang with executable'),
+ pytest.param('', '-x', 0, id='no shebang without executable'),
+ ),
+)
+def test_git_executable_shebang(temp_git_dir, content, mode, expected):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ path = temp_git_dir.join('path')
+ path.write(content)
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', str(path))
+ cmd_output('chmod', mode, str(path))
+ cmd_output('git', 'update-index', f'--chmod={mode}', str(path))
+
+ # simulate how identify chooses that something is executable
+ filenames = [path for path in [str(path)] if os.access(path, os.X_OK)]
+
+ assert main(filenames) == expected
diff --git a/tests/check_json_test.py b/tests/check_json_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..3ec67f1
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/check_json_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,26 @@
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_json import main
+from testing.util import get_resource_path
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('filename', 'expected_retval'), (
+ ('bad_json.notjson', 1),
+ ('bad_json_latin1.nonjson', 1),
+ ('ok_json.json', 0),
+ ('duplicate_key_json.notjson', 1),
+ ),
+)
+def test_main(capsys, filename, expected_retval):
+ ret = main([get_resource_path(filename)])
+ assert ret == expected_retval
+ if expected_retval == 1:
+ stdout, _ = capsys.readouterr()
+ assert filename in stdout
+
+
+def test_non_utf8_file(tmpdir):
+ f = tmpdir.join('t.json')
+ f.write_binary(b'\xa9\xfe\x12')
+ assert main((str(f),))
diff --git a/tests/check_merge_conflict_test.py b/tests/check_merge_conflict_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..79c1b11
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/check_merge_conflict_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,149 @@
+import os
+import shutil
+
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_merge_conflict import main
+from pre_commit_hooks.util import cmd_output
+from testing.util import get_resource_path
+from testing.util import git_commit
+
+
+@pytest.fixture
+def f1_is_a_conflict_file(tmpdir):
+ # Make a merge conflict
+ repo1 = tmpdir.join('repo1')
+ repo1_f1 = repo1.join('f1')
+ repo2 = tmpdir.join('repo2')
+ repo2_f1 = repo2.join('f1')
+
+ cmd_output('git', 'init', '--', str(repo1))
+ with repo1.as_cwd():
+ repo1_f1.ensure()
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', '.')
+ git_commit('-m', 'commit1')
+
+ cmd_output('git', 'clone', str(repo1), str(repo2))
+
+ # Commit in master
+ with repo1.as_cwd():
+ repo1_f1.write('parent\n')
+ git_commit('-am', 'master commit2')
+
+ # Commit in clone and pull
+ with repo2.as_cwd():
+ repo2_f1.write('child\n')
+ git_commit('-am', 'clone commit2')
+ cmd_output('git', 'pull', '--no-rebase', retcode=None)
+ # We should end up in a merge conflict!
+ f1 = repo2_f1.read()
+ assert f1.startswith(
+ '<<<<<<< HEAD\n'
+ 'child\n'
+ '=======\n'
+ 'parent\n'
+ '>>>>>>>',
+ ) or f1.startswith(
+ '<<<<<<< HEAD\n'
+ 'child\n'
+ # diff3 conflict style git merges add this line:
+ '||||||| merged common ancestors\n'
+ '=======\n'
+ 'parent\n'
+ '>>>>>>>',
+ ) or f1.startswith(
+ # .gitconfig with [pull] rebase = preserve causes a rebase which
+ # flips parent / child
+ '<<<<<<< HEAD\n'
+ 'parent\n'
+ '=======\n'
+ 'child\n'
+ '>>>>>>>',
+ )
+ assert os.path.exists(os.path.join('.git', 'MERGE_MSG'))
+ yield repo2
+
+
+@pytest.fixture
+def repository_pending_merge(tmpdir):
+ # Make a (non-conflicting) merge
+ repo1 = tmpdir.join('repo1')
+ repo1_f1 = repo1.join('f1')
+ repo2 = tmpdir.join('repo2')
+ repo2_f1 = repo2.join('f1')
+ repo2_f2 = repo2.join('f2')
+ cmd_output('git', 'init', str(repo1))
+ with repo1.as_cwd():
+ repo1_f1.ensure()
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', '.')
+ git_commit('-m', 'commit1')
+
+ cmd_output('git', 'clone', str(repo1), str(repo2))
+
+ # Commit in master
+ with repo1.as_cwd():
+ repo1_f1.write('parent\n')
+ git_commit('-am', 'master commit2')
+
+ # Commit in clone and pull without committing
+ with repo2.as_cwd():
+ repo2_f2.write('child\n')
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', '.')
+ git_commit('-m', 'clone commit2')
+ cmd_output('git', 'pull', '--no-commit', '--no-rebase')
+ # We should end up in a pending merge
+ assert repo2_f1.read() == 'parent\n'
+ assert repo2_f2.read() == 'child\n'
+ assert os.path.exists(os.path.join('.git', 'MERGE_HEAD'))
+ yield repo2
+
+
+@pytest.mark.usefixtures('f1_is_a_conflict_file')
+def test_merge_conflicts_git():
+ assert main(['f1']) == 1
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ 'contents', (b'<<<<<<< HEAD\n', b'=======\n', b'>>>>>>> master\n'),
+)
+def test_merge_conflicts_failing(contents, repository_pending_merge):
+ repository_pending_merge.join('f2').write_binary(contents)
+ assert main(['f2']) == 1
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ 'contents', (b'# <<<<<<< HEAD\n', b'# =======\n', b'import mod', b''),
+)
+def test_merge_conflicts_ok(contents, f1_is_a_conflict_file):
+ f1_is_a_conflict_file.join('f1').write_binary(contents)
+ assert main(['f1']) == 0
+
+
+@pytest.mark.usefixtures('f1_is_a_conflict_file')
+def test_ignores_binary_files():
+ shutil.copy(get_resource_path('img1.jpg'), 'f1')
+ assert main(['f1']) == 0
+
+
+def test_does_not_care_when_not_in_a_merge(tmpdir):
+ f = tmpdir.join('README.md')
+ f.write_binary(b'problem\n=======\n')
+ assert main([str(f.realpath())]) == 0
+
+
+def test_care_when_assumed_merge(tmpdir):
+ f = tmpdir.join('README.md')
+ f.write_binary(b'problem\n=======\n')
+ assert main([str(f.realpath()), '--assume-in-merge']) == 1
+
+
+def test_worktree_merge_conflicts(f1_is_a_conflict_file, tmpdir):
+ worktree = tmpdir.join('worktree')
+ cmd_output('git', 'worktree', 'add', str(worktree))
+ with worktree.as_cwd():
+ cmd_output(
+ 'git', 'pull', '--no-rebase', 'origin', 'master', retcode=None,
+ )
+ msg = f1_is_a_conflict_file.join('.git/worktrees/worktree/MERGE_MSG')
+ assert msg.exists()
+ test_merge_conflicts_git()
diff --git a/tests/check_shebang_scripts_are_executable_test.py b/tests/check_shebang_scripts_are_executable_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..9e78b06
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/check_shebang_scripts_are_executable_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,87 @@
+import os
+
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_shebang_scripts_are_executable import \
+ _check_git_filemode
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_shebang_scripts_are_executable import main
+from pre_commit_hooks.util import cmd_output
+
+
+def test_check_git_filemode_passing(tmpdir):
+ with tmpdir.as_cwd():
+ cmd_output('git', 'init', '.')
+
+ f = tmpdir.join('f')
+ f.write('#!/usr/bin/env bash')
+ f_path = str(f)
+ cmd_output('chmod', '+x', f_path)
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', f_path)
+ cmd_output('git', 'update-index', '--chmod=+x', f_path)
+
+ g = tmpdir.join('g').ensure()
+ g_path = str(g)
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', g_path)
+
+ files = [f_path, g_path]
+ assert _check_git_filemode(files) == 0
+
+ # this is the one we should trigger on
+ h = tmpdir.join('h')
+ h.write('#!/usr/bin/env bash')
+ h_path = str(h)
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', h_path)
+
+ files = [h_path]
+ assert _check_git_filemode(files) == 1
+
+
+def test_check_git_filemode_passing_unusual_characters(tmpdir):
+ with tmpdir.as_cwd():
+ cmd_output('git', 'init', '.')
+
+ f = tmpdir.join('mañana.txt')
+ f.write('#!/usr/bin/env bash')
+ f_path = str(f)
+ cmd_output('chmod', '+x', f_path)
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', f_path)
+ cmd_output('git', 'update-index', '--chmod=+x', f_path)
+
+ files = (f_path,)
+ assert _check_git_filemode(files) == 0
+
+
+def test_check_git_filemode_failing(tmpdir):
+ with tmpdir.as_cwd():
+ cmd_output('git', 'init', '.')
+
+ f = tmpdir.join('f').ensure()
+ f.write('#!/usr/bin/env bash')
+ f_path = str(f)
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', f_path)
+
+ files = (f_path,)
+ assert _check_git_filemode(files) == 1
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('content', 'mode', 'expected'),
+ (
+ pytest.param('#!python', '+x', 0, id='shebang with executable'),
+ pytest.param('#!python', '-x', 1, id='shebang without executable'),
+ pytest.param('', '+x', 0, id='no shebang with executable'),
+ pytest.param('', '-x', 0, id='no shebang without executable'),
+ ),
+)
+def test_git_executable_shebang(temp_git_dir, content, mode, expected):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ path = temp_git_dir.join('path')
+ path.write(content)
+ cmd_output('git', 'add', str(path))
+ cmd_output('chmod', mode, str(path))
+ cmd_output('git', 'update-index', f'--chmod={mode}', str(path))
+
+ # simulate how identify chooses that something is executable
+ filenames = [path for path in [str(path)] if os.access(path, os.X_OK)]
+
+ assert main(filenames) == expected
diff --git a/tests/check_symlinks_test.py b/tests/check_symlinks_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..07c1168
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/check_symlinks_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,23 @@
+import os
+
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_symlinks import main
+
+
+xfail_symlink = pytest.mark.xfail(os.name == 'nt', reason='No symlink support')
+
+
+@xfail_symlink
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('dest', 'expected'), (('exists', 0), ('does-not-exist', 1)),
+)
+def test_main(tmpdir, dest, expected): # pragma: no cover (symlinks)
+ tmpdir.join('exists').ensure()
+ symlink = tmpdir.join('symlink')
+ symlink.mksymlinkto(tmpdir.join(dest))
+ assert main((str(symlink),)) == expected
+
+
+def test_main_normal_file(tmpdir):
+ assert main((str(tmpdir.join('f').ensure()),)) == 0
diff --git a/tests/check_toml_test.py b/tests/check_toml_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..c7251eb
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/check_toml_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,36 @@
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_toml import main
+
+
+def test_toml_bad(tmpdir):
+ filename = tmpdir.join('f')
+ filename.write("""
+key = # INVALID
+
+= "no key name" # INVALID
+""")
+ ret = main((str(filename),))
+ assert ret == 1
+
+
+def test_toml_good(tmpdir):
+ filename = tmpdir.join('f')
+ filename.write(
+ """
+# This is a TOML document.
+
+title = "TOML Example"
+
+[owner]
+name = "John"
+dob = 1979-05-27T07:32:00-08:00 # First class dates
+""",
+ )
+ ret = main((str(filename),))
+ assert ret == 0
+
+
+def test_toml_good_unicode(tmpdir):
+ filename = tmpdir.join('f')
+ filename.write_binary('letter = "\N{SNOWMAN}"\n'.encode())
+ ret = main((str(filename),))
+ assert ret == 0
diff --git a/tests/check_vcs_permalinks_test.py b/tests/check_vcs_permalinks_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ad59151
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/check_vcs_permalinks_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,41 @@
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_vcs_permalinks import main
+
+
+def test_trivial(tmpdir):
+ f = tmpdir.join('f.txt').ensure()
+ assert not main((str(f),))
+
+
+def test_passing(tmpdir):
+ f = tmpdir.join('f.txt')
+ f.write_binary(
+ # permalinks are ok
+ b'https://github.com/asottile/test/blob/649e6/foo%20bar#L1\n'
+ # tags are ok
+ b'https://github.com/asottile/test/blob/1.0.0/foo%20bar#L1\n'
+ # links to files but not line numbers are ok
+ b'https://github.com/asottile/test/blob/master/foo%20bar\n'
+ # regression test for overly-greedy regex
+ b'https://github.com/ yes / no ? /blob/master/foo#L1\n',
+ )
+ assert not main((str(f),))
+
+
+def test_failing(tmpdir, capsys):
+ with tmpdir.as_cwd():
+ tmpdir.join('f.txt').write_binary(
+ b'https://github.com/asottile/test/blob/master/foo#L1\n'
+ b'https://example.com/asottile/test/blob/master/foo#L1\n'
+ b'https://example.com/asottile/test/blob/main/foo#L1\n',
+ )
+
+ assert main(('f.txt', '--additional-github-domain', 'example.com'))
+ out, _ = capsys.readouterr()
+ assert out == (
+ 'f.txt:1:https://github.com/asottile/test/blob/master/foo#L1\n'
+ 'f.txt:2:https://example.com/asottile/test/blob/master/foo#L1\n'
+ 'f.txt:3:https://example.com/asottile/test/blob/main/foo#L1\n'
+ '\n'
+ 'Non-permanent github link detected.\n'
+ 'On any page on github press [y] to load a permalink.\n'
+ )
diff --git a/tests/check_xml_test.py b/tests/check_xml_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..357bad6
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/check_xml_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,15 @@
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_xml import main
+from testing.util import get_resource_path
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('filename', 'expected_retval'), (
+ ('bad_xml.notxml', 1),
+ ('ok_xml.xml', 0),
+ ),
+)
+def test_main(filename, expected_retval):
+ ret = main([get_resource_path(filename)])
+ assert ret == expected_retval
diff --git a/tests/check_yaml_test.py b/tests/check_yaml_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..1a017a1
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/check_yaml_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,51 @@
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_yaml import main
+from testing.util import get_resource_path
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('filename', 'expected_retval'), (
+ ('bad_yaml.notyaml', 1),
+ ('ok_yaml.yaml', 0),
+ ),
+)
+def test_main(filename, expected_retval):
+ ret = main([get_resource_path(filename)])
+ assert ret == expected_retval
+
+
+def test_main_allow_multiple_documents(tmpdir):
+ f = tmpdir.join('test.yaml')
+ f.write('---\nfoo\n---\nbar\n')
+
+ # should fail without the setting
+ assert main((str(f),))
+
+ # should pass when we allow multiple documents
+ assert not main(('--allow-multiple-documents', str(f)))
+
+
+def test_fails_even_with_allow_multiple_documents(tmpdir):
+ f = tmpdir.join('test.yaml')
+ f.write('[')
+ assert main(('--allow-multiple-documents', str(f)))
+
+
+def test_main_unsafe(tmpdir):
+ f = tmpdir.join('test.yaml')
+ f.write(
+ 'some_foo: !vault |\n'
+ ' $ANSIBLE_VAULT;1.1;AES256\n'
+ ' deadbeefdeadbeefdeadbeef\n',
+ )
+ # should fail "safe" check
+ assert main((str(f),))
+ # should pass when we allow unsafe documents
+ assert not main(('--unsafe', str(f)))
+
+
+def test_main_unsafe_still_fails_on_syntax_errors(tmpdir):
+ f = tmpdir.join('test.yaml')
+ f.write('[')
+ assert main(('--unsafe', str(f)))
diff --git a/tests/conftest.py b/tests/conftest.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..f92cfc1
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/conftest.py
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.util import cmd_output
+
+
+@pytest.fixture
+def temp_git_dir(tmpdir):
+ git_dir = tmpdir.join('gits')
+ cmd_output('git', 'init', '--', str(git_dir))
+ yield git_dir
diff --git a/tests/debug_statement_hook_test.py b/tests/debug_statement_hook_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..428421a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/debug_statement_hook_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,59 @@
+import ast
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.debug_statement_hook import Debug
+from pre_commit_hooks.debug_statement_hook import DebugStatementParser
+from pre_commit_hooks.debug_statement_hook import main
+from testing.util import get_resource_path
+
+
+def test_no_breakpoints():
+ visitor = DebugStatementParser()
+ visitor.visit(ast.parse('import os\nfrom foo import bar\n'))
+ assert visitor.breakpoints == []
+
+
+def test_finds_debug_import_attribute_access():
+ visitor = DebugStatementParser()
+ visitor.visit(ast.parse('import ipdb; ipdb.set_trace()'))
+ assert visitor.breakpoints == [Debug(1, 0, 'ipdb', 'imported')]
+
+
+def test_finds_debug_import_from_import():
+ visitor = DebugStatementParser()
+ visitor.visit(ast.parse('from pudb import set_trace; set_trace()'))
+ assert visitor.breakpoints == [Debug(1, 0, 'pudb', 'imported')]
+
+
+def test_finds_breakpoint():
+ visitor = DebugStatementParser()
+ visitor.visit(ast.parse('breakpoint()'))
+ assert visitor.breakpoints == [Debug(1, 0, 'breakpoint', 'called')]
+
+
+def test_returns_one_for_failing_file(tmpdir):
+ f_py = tmpdir.join('f.py')
+ f_py.write('def f():\n import pdb; pdb.set_trace()')
+ ret = main([str(f_py)])
+ assert ret == 1
+
+
+def test_returns_zero_for_passing_file():
+ ret = main([__file__])
+ assert ret == 0
+
+
+def test_syntaxerror_file():
+ ret = main([get_resource_path('cannot_parse_ast.notpy')])
+ assert ret == 1
+
+
+def test_non_utf8_file(tmpdir):
+ f_py = tmpdir.join('f.py')
+ f_py.write_binary('# -*- coding: cp1252 -*-\nx = "€"\n'.encode('cp1252'))
+ assert main((str(f_py),)) == 0
+
+
+def test_py37_breakpoint(tmpdir):
+ f_py = tmpdir.join('f.py')
+ f_py.write('def f():\n breakpoint()\n')
+ assert main((str(f_py),)) == 1
diff --git a/tests/destroyed_symlinks_test.py b/tests/destroyed_symlinks_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..cde06cf
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/destroyed_symlinks_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,73 @@
+import os
+import subprocess
+
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.destroyed_symlinks import find_destroyed_symlinks
+from pre_commit_hooks.destroyed_symlinks import main
+from testing.util import git_commit
+
+TEST_SYMLINK = 'test_symlink'
+TEST_SYMLINK_TARGET = '/doesnt/really/matters'
+TEST_FILE = 'test_file'
+TEST_FILE_RENAMED = f'{TEST_FILE}_renamed'
+
+
+@pytest.fixture
+def repo_with_destroyed_symlink(tmpdir):
+ source_repo = tmpdir.join('src')
+ os.makedirs(source_repo, exist_ok=True)
+ test_repo = tmpdir.join('test')
+ with source_repo.as_cwd():
+ subprocess.check_call(('git', 'init'))
+ os.symlink(TEST_SYMLINK_TARGET, TEST_SYMLINK)
+ with open(TEST_FILE, 'w') as f:
+ print('some random content', file=f)
+ subprocess.check_call(('git', 'add', '.'))
+ git_commit('-m', 'initial')
+ assert b'120000 ' in subprocess.check_output(
+ ('git', 'cat-file', '-p', 'HEAD^{tree}'),
+ )
+ subprocess.check_call(
+ ('git', '-c', 'core.symlinks=false', 'clone', source_repo, test_repo),
+ )
+ with test_repo.as_cwd():
+ subprocess.check_call(
+ ('git', 'config', '--local', 'core.symlinks', 'true'),
+ )
+ subprocess.check_call(('git', 'mv', TEST_FILE, TEST_FILE_RENAMED))
+ assert not os.path.islink(test_repo.join(TEST_SYMLINK))
+ yield test_repo
+
+
+def test_find_destroyed_symlinks(repo_with_destroyed_symlink):
+ with repo_with_destroyed_symlink.as_cwd():
+ assert find_destroyed_symlinks([]) == []
+ assert main([]) == 0
+
+ subprocess.check_call(('git', 'add', TEST_SYMLINK))
+ assert find_destroyed_symlinks([TEST_SYMLINK]) == [TEST_SYMLINK]
+ assert find_destroyed_symlinks([]) == []
+ assert main([]) == 0
+ assert find_destroyed_symlinks([TEST_FILE_RENAMED, TEST_FILE]) == []
+ ALL_STAGED = [TEST_SYMLINK, TEST_FILE_RENAMED]
+ assert find_destroyed_symlinks(ALL_STAGED) == [TEST_SYMLINK]
+ assert main(ALL_STAGED) != 0
+
+ with open(TEST_SYMLINK, 'a') as f:
+ print(file=f) # add trailing newline
+ subprocess.check_call(['git', 'add', TEST_SYMLINK])
+ assert find_destroyed_symlinks(ALL_STAGED) == [TEST_SYMLINK]
+ assert main(ALL_STAGED) != 0
+
+ with open(TEST_SYMLINK, 'w') as f:
+ print('0' * len(TEST_SYMLINK_TARGET), file=f)
+ subprocess.check_call(('git', 'add', TEST_SYMLINK))
+ assert find_destroyed_symlinks(ALL_STAGED) == []
+ assert main(ALL_STAGED) == 0
+
+ with open(TEST_SYMLINK, 'w') as f:
+ print('0' * (len(TEST_SYMLINK_TARGET) + 3), file=f)
+ subprocess.check_call(('git', 'add', TEST_SYMLINK))
+ assert find_destroyed_symlinks(ALL_STAGED) == []
+ assert main(ALL_STAGED) == 0
diff --git a/tests/detect_aws_credentials_test.py b/tests/detect_aws_credentials_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..7212509
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/detect_aws_credentials_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,168 @@
+from unittest.mock import patch
+
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.detect_aws_credentials import get_aws_cred_files_from_env
+from pre_commit_hooks.detect_aws_credentials import get_aws_secrets_from_env
+from pre_commit_hooks.detect_aws_credentials import get_aws_secrets_from_file
+from pre_commit_hooks.detect_aws_credentials import main
+from testing.util import get_resource_path
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('env_vars', 'values'),
+ (
+ ({}, set()),
+ ({'AWS_PLACEHOLDER_KEY': '/foo'}, set()),
+ ({'AWS_CONFIG_FILE': '/foo'}, {'/foo'}),
+ ({'AWS_CREDENTIAL_FILE': '/foo'}, {'/foo'}),
+ ({'AWS_SHARED_CREDENTIALS_FILE': '/foo'}, {'/foo'}),
+ ({'BOTO_CONFIG': '/foo'}, {'/foo'}),
+ ({'AWS_PLACEHOLDER_KEY': '/foo', 'AWS_CONFIG_FILE': '/bar'}, {'/bar'}),
+ (
+ {
+ 'AWS_PLACEHOLDER_KEY': '/foo', 'AWS_CONFIG_FILE': '/bar',
+ 'AWS_CREDENTIAL_FILE': '/baz',
+ },
+ {'/bar', '/baz'},
+ ),
+ (
+ {
+ 'AWS_CONFIG_FILE': '/foo', 'AWS_CREDENTIAL_FILE': '/bar',
+ 'AWS_SHARED_CREDENTIALS_FILE': '/baz',
+ },
+ {'/foo', '/bar', '/baz'},
+ ),
+ ),
+)
+def test_get_aws_credentials_file_from_env(env_vars, values):
+ with patch.dict('os.environ', env_vars, clear=True):
+ assert get_aws_cred_files_from_env() == values
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('env_vars', 'values'),
+ (
+ ({}, set()),
+ ({'AWS_PLACEHOLDER_KEY': 'foo'}, set()),
+ ({'AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY': 'foo'}, {'foo'}),
+ ({'AWS_SECURITY_TOKEN': 'foo'}, {'foo'}),
+ ({'AWS_SESSION_TOKEN': 'foo'}, {'foo'}),
+ ({'AWS_SESSION_TOKEN': ''}, set()),
+ ({'AWS_SESSION_TOKEN': 'foo', 'AWS_SECURITY_TOKEN': ''}, {'foo'}),
+ (
+ {'AWS_PLACEHOLDER_KEY': 'foo', 'AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY': 'bar'},
+ {'bar'},
+ ),
+ (
+ {'AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY': 'foo', 'AWS_SECURITY_TOKEN': 'bar'},
+ {'foo', 'bar'},
+ ),
+ ),
+)
+def test_get_aws_secrets_from_env(env_vars, values):
+ """Test that reading secrets from environment variables works."""
+ with patch.dict('os.environ', env_vars, clear=True):
+ assert get_aws_secrets_from_env() == values
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('filename', 'expected_keys'),
+ (
+ (
+ 'aws_config_with_secret.ini',
+ {'z2rpgs5uit782eapz5l1z0y2lurtsyyk6hcfozlb'},
+ ),
+ ('aws_config_with_session_token.ini', {'foo'}),
+ (
+ 'aws_config_with_secret_and_session_token.ini',
+ {'z2rpgs5uit782eapz5l1z0y2lurtsyyk6hcfozlb', 'foo'},
+ ),
+ (
+ 'aws_config_with_multiple_sections.ini',
+ {
+ '7xebzorgm5143ouge9gvepxb2z70bsb2rtrh099e',
+ 'z2rpgs5uit782eapz5l1z0y2lurtsyyk6hcfozlb',
+ 'ixswosj8gz3wuik405jl9k3vdajsnxfhnpui38ez',
+ 'foo',
+ },
+ ),
+ ('aws_config_without_secrets.ini', set()),
+ ('aws_config_without_secrets_with_spaces.ini', set()),
+ ('nonsense.txt', set()),
+ ('ok_json.json', set()),
+ ),
+)
+def test_get_aws_secrets_from_file(filename, expected_keys):
+ """Test that reading secrets from files works."""
+ keys = get_aws_secrets_from_file(get_resource_path(filename))
+ assert keys == expected_keys
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('filename', 'expected_retval'),
+ (
+ ('aws_config_with_secret.ini', 1),
+ ('aws_config_with_session_token.ini', 1),
+ ('aws_config_with_multiple_sections.ini', 1),
+ ('aws_config_without_secrets.ini', 0),
+ ('aws_config_without_secrets_with_spaces.ini', 0),
+ ('nonsense.txt', 0),
+ ('ok_json.json', 0),
+ ),
+)
+def test_detect_aws_credentials(filename, expected_retval):
+ # with a valid credentials file
+ ret = main((
+ get_resource_path(filename),
+ '--credentials-file',
+ 'testing/resources/aws_config_with_multiple_sections.ini',
+ ))
+ assert ret == expected_retval
+
+
+def test_allows_arbitrarily_encoded_files(tmpdir):
+ src_ini = tmpdir.join('src.ini')
+ src_ini.write(
+ '[default]\n'
+ 'aws_access_key_id=AKIASDFASDF\n'
+ 'aws_secret_Access_key=9018asdf23908190238123\n',
+ )
+ arbitrary_encoding = tmpdir.join('f')
+ arbitrary_encoding.write_binary(b'\x12\x9a\xe2\xf2')
+ ret = main((str(arbitrary_encoding), '--credentials-file', str(src_ini)))
+ assert ret == 0
+
+
+@patch('pre_commit_hooks.detect_aws_credentials.get_aws_secrets_from_file')
+@patch('pre_commit_hooks.detect_aws_credentials.get_aws_secrets_from_env')
+def test_non_existent_credentials(mock_secrets_env, mock_secrets_file, capsys):
+ """Test behavior with no configured AWS secrets."""
+ mock_secrets_env.return_value = set()
+ mock_secrets_file.return_value = set()
+ ret = main((
+ get_resource_path('aws_config_without_secrets.ini'),
+ '--credentials-file=testing/resources/credentailsfilethatdoesntexist',
+ ))
+ assert ret == 2
+ out, _ = capsys.readouterr()
+ assert out == (
+ 'No AWS keys were found in the configured credential files '
+ 'and environment variables.\nPlease ensure you have the '
+ 'correct setting for --credentials-file\n'
+ )
+
+
+@patch('pre_commit_hooks.detect_aws_credentials.get_aws_secrets_from_file')
+@patch('pre_commit_hooks.detect_aws_credentials.get_aws_secrets_from_env')
+def test_non_existent_credentials_with_allow_flag(
+ mock_secrets_env, mock_secrets_file,
+):
+ mock_secrets_env.return_value = set()
+ mock_secrets_file.return_value = set()
+ ret = main((
+ get_resource_path('aws_config_without_secrets.ini'),
+ '--credentials-file=testing/resources/credentailsfilethatdoesntexist',
+ '--allow-missing-credentials',
+ ))
+ assert ret == 0
diff --git a/tests/detect_private_key_test.py b/tests/detect_private_key_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..d2c724f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/detect_private_key_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,26 @@
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.detect_private_key import main
+
+# Input, expected return value
+TESTS = (
+ (b'-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----', 1),
+ (b'-----BEGIN DSA PRIVATE KEY-----', 1),
+ (b'-----BEGIN EC PRIVATE KEY-----', 1),
+ (b'-----BEGIN OPENSSH PRIVATE KEY-----', 1),
+ (b'PuTTY-User-Key-File-2: ssh-rsa', 1),
+ (b'---- BEGIN SSH2 ENCRYPTED PRIVATE KEY ----', 1),
+ (b'-----BEGIN ENCRYPTED PRIVATE KEY-----', 1),
+ (b'-----BEGIN OpenVPN Static key V1-----', 1),
+ (b'ssh-rsa DATA', 0),
+ (b'ssh-dsa DATA', 0),
+ # Some arbitrary binary data
+ (b'\xa2\xf1\x93\x12', 0),
+)
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(('input_s', 'expected_retval'), TESTS)
+def test_main(input_s, expected_retval, tmpdir):
+ path = tmpdir.join('file.txt')
+ path.write_binary(input_s)
+ assert main([str(path)]) == expected_retval
diff --git a/tests/end_of_file_fixer_test.py b/tests/end_of_file_fixer_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..60b9e82
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/end_of_file_fixer_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,42 @@
+import io
+
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.end_of_file_fixer import fix_file
+from pre_commit_hooks.end_of_file_fixer import main
+
+
+# Input, expected return value, expected output
+TESTS = (
+ (b'foo\n', 0, b'foo\n'),
+ (b'', 0, b''),
+ (b'\n\n', 1, b''),
+ (b'\n\n\n\n', 1, b''),
+ (b'foo', 1, b'foo\n'),
+ (b'foo\n\n\n', 1, b'foo\n'),
+ (b'\xe2\x98\x83', 1, b'\xe2\x98\x83\n'),
+ (b'foo\r\n', 0, b'foo\r\n'),
+ (b'foo\r\n\r\n\r\n', 1, b'foo\r\n'),
+ (b'foo\r', 0, b'foo\r'),
+ (b'foo\r\r\r\r', 1, b'foo\r'),
+)
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(('input_s', 'expected_retval', 'output'), TESTS)
+def test_fix_file(input_s, expected_retval, output):
+ file_obj = io.BytesIO(input_s)
+ ret = fix_file(file_obj)
+ assert file_obj.getvalue() == output
+ assert ret == expected_retval
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(('input_s', 'expected_retval', 'output'), TESTS)
+def test_integration(input_s, expected_retval, output, tmpdir):
+ path = tmpdir.join('file.txt')
+ path.write_binary(input_s)
+
+ ret = main([str(path)])
+ file_output = path.read_binary()
+
+ assert file_output == output
+ assert ret == expected_retval
diff --git a/tests/file_contents_sorter_test.py b/tests/file_contents_sorter_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..15f1134
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/file_contents_sorter_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,87 @@
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.file_contents_sorter import FAIL
+from pre_commit_hooks.file_contents_sorter import main
+from pre_commit_hooks.file_contents_sorter import PASS
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('input_s', 'argv', 'expected_retval', 'output'),
+ (
+ (b'', [], FAIL, b'\n'),
+ (b'lonesome\n', [], PASS, b'lonesome\n'),
+ (b'missing_newline', [], FAIL, b'missing_newline\n'),
+ (b'newline\nmissing', [], FAIL, b'missing\nnewline\n'),
+ (b'missing\nnewline', [], FAIL, b'missing\nnewline\n'),
+ (b'alpha\nbeta\n', [], PASS, b'alpha\nbeta\n'),
+ (b'beta\nalpha\n', [], FAIL, b'alpha\nbeta\n'),
+ (b'C\nc\n', [], PASS, b'C\nc\n'),
+ (b'c\nC\n', [], FAIL, b'C\nc\n'),
+ (b'mag ical \n tre vor\n', [], FAIL, b' tre vor\nmag ical \n'),
+ (b'@\n-\n_\n#\n', [], FAIL, b'#\n-\n@\n_\n'),
+ (b'extra\n\n\nwhitespace\n', [], FAIL, b'extra\nwhitespace\n'),
+ (b'whitespace\n\n\nextra\n', [], FAIL, b'extra\nwhitespace\n'),
+ (
+ b'fee\nFie\nFoe\nfum\n',
+ [],
+ FAIL,
+ b'Fie\nFoe\nfee\nfum\n',
+ ),
+ (
+ b'Fie\nFoe\nfee\nfum\n',
+ [],
+ PASS,
+ b'Fie\nFoe\nfee\nfum\n',
+ ),
+ (
+ b'fee\nFie\nFoe\nfum\n',
+ ['--ignore-case'],
+ PASS,
+ b'fee\nFie\nFoe\nfum\n',
+ ),
+ (
+ b'Fie\nFoe\nfee\nfum\n',
+ ['--ignore-case'],
+ FAIL,
+ b'fee\nFie\nFoe\nfum\n',
+ ),
+ (
+ b'Fie\nFoe\nfee\nfee\nfum\n',
+ ['--ignore-case'],
+ FAIL,
+ b'fee\nfee\nFie\nFoe\nfum\n',
+ ),
+ (
+ b'Fie\nFoe\nfee\nfum\n',
+ ['--unique'],
+ PASS,
+ b'Fie\nFoe\nfee\nfum\n',
+ ),
+ (
+ b'Fie\nFie\nFoe\nfee\nfum\n',
+ ['--unique'],
+ FAIL,
+ b'Fie\nFoe\nfee\nfum\n',
+ ),
+ (
+ b'fee\nFie\nFoe\nfum\n',
+ ['--unique', '--ignore-case'],
+ PASS,
+ b'fee\nFie\nFoe\nfum\n',
+ ),
+ (
+ b'fee\nfee\nFie\nFoe\nfum\n',
+ ['--unique', '--ignore-case'],
+ FAIL,
+ b'fee\nFie\nFoe\nfum\n',
+ ),
+ ),
+)
+def test_integration(input_s, argv, expected_retval, output, tmpdir):
+ path = tmpdir.join('file.txt')
+ path.write_binary(input_s)
+
+ output_retval = main([str(path)] + argv)
+
+ assert path.read_binary() == output
+ assert output_retval == expected_retval
diff --git a/tests/fix_byte_order_marker_test.py b/tests/fix_byte_order_marker_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..da150e3
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/fix_byte_order_marker_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,13 @@
+from pre_commit_hooks import fix_byte_order_marker
+
+
+def test_failure(tmpdir):
+ f = tmpdir.join('f.txt')
+ f.write_text('ohai', encoding='utf-8-sig')
+ assert fix_byte_order_marker.main((str(f),)) == 1
+
+
+def test_success(tmpdir):
+ f = tmpdir.join('f.txt')
+ f.write_text('ohai', encoding='utf-8')
+ assert fix_byte_order_marker.main((str(f),)) == 0
diff --git a/tests/fix_encoding_pragma_test.py b/tests/fix_encoding_pragma_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..f3afa09
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/fix_encoding_pragma_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,159 @@
+import io
+
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.fix_encoding_pragma import _normalize_pragma
+from pre_commit_hooks.fix_encoding_pragma import fix_encoding_pragma
+from pre_commit_hooks.fix_encoding_pragma import main
+
+
+def test_integration_inserting_pragma(tmpdir):
+ path = tmpdir.join('foo.py')
+ path.write_binary(b'import httplib\n')
+
+ assert main((str(path),)) == 1
+
+ assert path.read_binary() == (
+ b'# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-\n'
+ b'import httplib\n'
+ )
+
+
+def test_integration_ok(tmpdir):
+ path = tmpdir.join('foo.py')
+ path.write_binary(b'# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-\nx = 1\n')
+ assert main((str(path),)) == 0
+
+
+def test_integration_remove(tmpdir):
+ path = tmpdir.join('foo.py')
+ path.write_binary(b'# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-\nx = 1\n')
+
+ assert main((str(path), '--remove')) == 1
+
+ assert path.read_binary() == b'x = 1\n'
+
+
+def test_integration_remove_ok(tmpdir):
+ path = tmpdir.join('foo.py')
+ path.write_binary(b'x = 1\n')
+ assert main((str(path), '--remove')) == 0
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ 'input_str',
+ (
+ b'',
+ (
+ b'# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-\n'
+ b'x = 1\n'
+ ),
+ (
+ b'#!/usr/bin/env python\n'
+ b'# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-\n'
+ b'foo = "bar"\n'
+ ),
+ ),
+)
+def test_ok_inputs(input_str):
+ bytesio = io.BytesIO(input_str)
+ assert fix_encoding_pragma(bytesio) == 0
+ bytesio.seek(0)
+ assert bytesio.read() == input_str
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('input_str', 'output'),
+ (
+ (
+ b'import httplib\n',
+ b'# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-\n'
+ b'import httplib\n',
+ ),
+ (
+ b'#!/usr/bin/env python\n'
+ b'x = 1\n',
+ b'#!/usr/bin/env python\n'
+ b'# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-\n'
+ b'x = 1\n',
+ ),
+ (
+ b'#coding=utf-8\n'
+ b'x = 1\n',
+ b'# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-\n'
+ b'x = 1\n',
+ ),
+ (
+ b'#!/usr/bin/env python\n'
+ b'#coding=utf8\n'
+ b'x = 1\n',
+ b'#!/usr/bin/env python\n'
+ b'# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-\n'
+ b'x = 1\n',
+ ),
+ # These should each get truncated
+ (b'#coding: utf-8\n', b''),
+ (b'# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-\n', b''),
+ (b'#!/usr/bin/env python\n', b''),
+ (b'#!/usr/bin/env python\n#coding: utf8\n', b''),
+ (b'#!/usr/bin/env python\n# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-\n', b''),
+ ),
+)
+def test_not_ok_inputs(input_str, output):
+ bytesio = io.BytesIO(input_str)
+ assert fix_encoding_pragma(bytesio) == 1
+ bytesio.seek(0)
+ assert bytesio.read() == output
+
+
+def test_ok_input_alternate_pragma():
+ input_s = b'# coding: utf-8\nx = 1\n'
+ bytesio = io.BytesIO(input_s)
+ ret = fix_encoding_pragma(bytesio, expected_pragma=b'# coding: utf-8')
+ assert ret == 0
+ bytesio.seek(0)
+ assert bytesio.read() == input_s
+
+
+def test_not_ok_input_alternate_pragma():
+ bytesio = io.BytesIO(b'x = 1\n')
+ ret = fix_encoding_pragma(bytesio, expected_pragma=b'# coding: utf-8')
+ assert ret == 1
+ bytesio.seek(0)
+ assert bytesio.read() == b'# coding: utf-8\nx = 1\n'
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('input_s', 'expected'),
+ (
+ ('# coding: utf-8', b'# coding: utf-8'),
+ # trailing whitespace
+ ('# coding: utf-8\n', b'# coding: utf-8'),
+ ),
+)
+def test_normalize_pragma(input_s, expected):
+ assert _normalize_pragma(input_s) == expected
+
+
+def test_integration_alternate_pragma(tmpdir, capsys):
+ f = tmpdir.join('f.py')
+ f.write('x = 1\n')
+
+ pragma = '# coding: utf-8'
+ assert main((str(f), '--pragma', pragma)) == 1
+ assert f.read() == '# coding: utf-8\nx = 1\n'
+ out, _ = capsys.readouterr()
+ assert out == f'Added `# coding: utf-8` to {str(f)}\n'
+
+
+def test_crlf_ok(tmpdir):
+ f = tmpdir.join('f.py')
+ f.write_binary(b'# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-\r\nx = 1\r\n')
+ assert not main((str(f),))
+
+
+def test_crfl_adds(tmpdir):
+ f = tmpdir.join('f.py')
+ f.write_binary(b'x = 1\r\n')
+ assert main((str(f),))
+ assert f.read_binary() == b'# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-\r\nx = 1\r\n'
diff --git a/tests/forbid_new_submodules_test.py b/tests/forbid_new_submodules_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..0326d94
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/forbid_new_submodules_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,57 @@
+import os
+import subprocess
+from unittest import mock
+
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.forbid_new_submodules import main
+from testing.util import git_commit
+
+
+@pytest.fixture
+def git_dir_with_git_dir(tmpdir):
+ with tmpdir.as_cwd():
+ subprocess.check_call(('git', 'init', '.'))
+ git_commit('--allow-empty', '-m', 'init')
+ subprocess.check_call(('git', 'init', 'foo'))
+ git_commit('--allow-empty', '-m', 'init', cwd=str(tmpdir.join('foo')))
+ yield
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ 'cmd',
+ (
+ # Actually add the submodule
+ ('git', 'submodule', 'add', './foo'),
+ # Sneaky submodule add (that doesn't show up in .gitmodules)
+ ('git', 'add', 'foo'),
+ ),
+)
+def test_main_new_submodule(git_dir_with_git_dir, capsys, cmd):
+ subprocess.check_call(cmd)
+ assert main(('random_non-related_file',)) == 0
+ assert main(('foo',)) == 1
+ out, _ = capsys.readouterr()
+ assert out.startswith('foo: new submodule introduced\n')
+
+
+def test_main_new_submodule_committed(git_dir_with_git_dir, capsys):
+ rev_parse_cmd = ('git', 'rev-parse', 'HEAD')
+ from_ref = subprocess.check_output(rev_parse_cmd).decode().strip()
+ subprocess.check_call(('git', 'submodule', 'add', './foo'))
+ git_commit('-m', 'new submodule')
+ to_ref = subprocess.check_output(rev_parse_cmd).decode().strip()
+ with mock.patch.dict(
+ os.environ,
+ {'PRE_COMMIT_FROM_REF': from_ref, 'PRE_COMMIT_TO_REF': to_ref},
+ ):
+ assert main(('random_non-related_file',)) == 0
+ assert main(('foo',)) == 1
+ out, _ = capsys.readouterr()
+ assert out.startswith('foo: new submodule introduced\n')
+
+
+def test_main_no_new_submodule(git_dir_with_git_dir):
+ open('test.py', 'a+').close()
+ subprocess.check_call(('git', 'add', 'test.py'))
+ assert main(('test.py',)) == 0
diff --git a/tests/mixed_line_ending_test.py b/tests/mixed_line_ending_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..f1c2641
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/mixed_line_ending_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,116 @@
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.mixed_line_ending import main
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('input_s', 'output'),
+ (
+ # mixed with majority of 'LF'
+ (b'foo\r\nbar\nbaz\n', b'foo\nbar\nbaz\n'),
+ # mixed with majority of 'CRLF'
+ (b'foo\r\nbar\nbaz\r\n', b'foo\r\nbar\r\nbaz\r\n'),
+ # mixed with majority of 'CR'
+ (b'foo\rbar\nbaz\r', b'foo\rbar\rbaz\r'),
+ # mixed with as much 'LF' as 'CRLF'
+ (b'foo\r\nbar\n', b'foo\nbar\n'),
+ # mixed with as much 'LF' as 'CR'
+ (b'foo\rbar\n', b'foo\nbar\n'),
+ # mixed with as much 'CRLF' as 'CR'
+ (b'foo\r\nbar\r', b'foo\r\nbar\r\n'),
+ # mixed with as much 'CRLF' as 'LF' as 'CR'
+ (b'foo\r\nbar\nbaz\r', b'foo\nbar\nbaz\n'),
+ ),
+)
+def test_mixed_line_ending_fixes_auto(input_s, output, tmpdir):
+ path = tmpdir.join('file.txt')
+ path.write_binary(input_s)
+ ret = main((str(path),))
+
+ assert ret == 1
+ assert path.read_binary() == output
+
+
+def test_non_mixed_no_newline_end_of_file(tmpdir):
+ path = tmpdir.join('f.txt')
+ path.write_binary(b'foo\nbar\nbaz')
+ assert not main((str(path),))
+ # the hook *could* fix the end of the file, but leaves it alone
+ # this is mostly to document the current behaviour
+ assert path.read_binary() == b'foo\nbar\nbaz'
+
+
+def test_mixed_no_newline_end_of_file(tmpdir):
+ path = tmpdir.join('f.txt')
+ path.write_binary(b'foo\r\nbar\nbaz')
+ assert main((str(path),))
+ # the hook rewrites the end of the file, this is slightly inconsistent
+ # with the non-mixed case but I think this is the better behaviour
+ # this is mostly to document the current behaviour
+ assert path.read_binary() == b'foo\nbar\nbaz\n'
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('fix_option', 'input_s'),
+ (
+ # All --fix=auto with uniform line endings should be ok
+ ('--fix=auto', b'foo\r\nbar\r\nbaz\r\n'),
+ ('--fix=auto', b'foo\rbar\rbaz\r'),
+ ('--fix=auto', b'foo\nbar\nbaz\n'),
+ # --fix=crlf with crlf endings
+ ('--fix=crlf', b'foo\r\nbar\r\nbaz\r\n'),
+ # --fix=lf with lf endings
+ ('--fix=lf', b'foo\nbar\nbaz\n'),
+ ),
+)
+def test_line_endings_ok(fix_option, input_s, tmpdir, capsys):
+ path = tmpdir.join('input.txt')
+ path.write_binary(input_s)
+ ret = main((fix_option, str(path)))
+
+ assert ret == 0
+ assert path.read_binary() == input_s
+ out, _ = capsys.readouterr()
+ assert out == ''
+
+
+def test_no_fix_does_not_modify(tmpdir, capsys):
+ path = tmpdir.join('input.txt')
+ contents = b'foo\r\nbar\rbaz\nwomp\n'
+ path.write_binary(contents)
+ ret = main(('--fix=no', str(path)))
+
+ assert ret == 1
+ assert path.read_binary() == contents
+ out, _ = capsys.readouterr()
+ assert out == f'{path}: mixed line endings\n'
+
+
+def test_fix_lf(tmpdir, capsys):
+ path = tmpdir.join('input.txt')
+ path.write_binary(b'foo\r\nbar\rbaz\n')
+ ret = main(('--fix=lf', str(path)))
+
+ assert ret == 1
+ assert path.read_binary() == b'foo\nbar\nbaz\n'
+ out, _ = capsys.readouterr()
+ assert out == f'{path}: fixed mixed line endings\n'
+
+
+def test_fix_crlf(tmpdir):
+ path = tmpdir.join('input.txt')
+ path.write_binary(b'foo\r\nbar\rbaz\n')
+ ret = main(('--fix=crlf', str(path)))
+
+ assert ret == 1
+ assert path.read_binary() == b'foo\r\nbar\r\nbaz\r\n'
+
+
+def test_fix_lf_all_crlf(tmpdir):
+ """Regression test for #239"""
+ path = tmpdir.join('input.txt')
+ path.write_binary(b'foo\r\nbar\r\n')
+ ret = main(('--fix=lf', str(path)))
+
+ assert ret == 1
+ assert path.read_binary() == b'foo\nbar\n'
diff --git a/tests/no_commit_to_branch_test.py b/tests/no_commit_to_branch_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..9fcb580
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/no_commit_to_branch_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,77 @@
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.no_commit_to_branch import is_on_branch
+from pre_commit_hooks.no_commit_to_branch import main
+from pre_commit_hooks.util import cmd_output
+from testing.util import git_commit
+
+
+def test_other_branch(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ cmd_output('git', 'checkout', '-b', 'anotherbranch')
+ assert is_on_branch({'master'}) is False
+
+
+def test_multi_branch(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ cmd_output('git', 'checkout', '-b', 'another/branch')
+ assert is_on_branch({'master'}) is False
+
+
+def test_multi_branch_fail(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ cmd_output('git', 'checkout', '-b', 'another/branch')
+ assert is_on_branch({'another/branch'}) is True
+
+
+def test_master_branch(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ assert is_on_branch({'master'}) is True
+
+
+def test_main_branch_call(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ cmd_output('git', 'checkout', '-b', 'other')
+ assert main(('--branch', 'other')) == 1
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize('branch_name', ('b1', 'b2'))
+def test_forbid_multiple_branches(temp_git_dir, branch_name):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ cmd_output('git', 'checkout', '-b', branch_name)
+ assert main(('--branch', 'b1', '--branch', 'b2'))
+
+
+def test_branch_pattern_fail(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ cmd_output('git', 'checkout', '-b', 'another/branch')
+ assert is_on_branch(set(), {'another/.*'}) is True
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize('branch_name', ('master', 'another/branch'))
+def test_branch_pattern_multiple_branches_fail(temp_git_dir, branch_name):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ cmd_output('git', 'checkout', '-b', branch_name)
+ assert main(('--branch', 'master', '--pattern', 'another/.*'))
+
+
+def test_main_default_call(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ cmd_output('git', 'checkout', '-b', 'anotherbranch')
+ assert main(()) == 0
+
+
+def test_not_on_a_branch(temp_git_dir):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ git_commit('--allow-empty', '-m1')
+ head = cmd_output('git', 'rev-parse', 'HEAD').strip()
+ cmd_output('git', 'checkout', head)
+ # we're not on a branch!
+ assert main(()) == 0
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize('branch_name', ('master', 'main'))
+def test_default_branch_names(temp_git_dir, branch_name):
+ with temp_git_dir.as_cwd():
+ cmd_output('git', 'checkout', '-b', branch_name)
+ assert main(()) == 1
diff --git a/tests/pretty_format_json_test.py b/tests/pretty_format_json_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..7fda23b
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/pretty_format_json_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,137 @@
+import os
+import shutil
+
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.pretty_format_json import main
+from pre_commit_hooks.pretty_format_json import parse_num_to_int
+from testing.util import get_resource_path
+
+
+def test_parse_num_to_int():
+ assert parse_num_to_int('0') == 0
+ assert parse_num_to_int('2') == 2
+ assert parse_num_to_int('\t') == '\t'
+ assert parse_num_to_int(' ') == ' '
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('filename', 'expected_retval'), (
+ ('not_pretty_formatted_json.json', 1),
+ ('unsorted_pretty_formatted_json.json', 1),
+ ('non_ascii_pretty_formatted_json.json', 1),
+ ('pretty_formatted_json.json', 0),
+ ),
+)
+def test_main(filename, expected_retval):
+ ret = main([get_resource_path(filename)])
+ assert ret == expected_retval
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('filename', 'expected_retval'), (
+ ('not_pretty_formatted_json.json', 1),
+ ('unsorted_pretty_formatted_json.json', 0),
+ ('non_ascii_pretty_formatted_json.json', 1),
+ ('pretty_formatted_json.json', 0),
+ ),
+)
+def test_unsorted_main(filename, expected_retval):
+ ret = main(['--no-sort-keys', get_resource_path(filename)])
+ assert ret == expected_retval
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('filename', 'expected_retval'), (
+ ('not_pretty_formatted_json.json', 1),
+ ('unsorted_pretty_formatted_json.json', 1),
+ ('non_ascii_pretty_formatted_json.json', 1),
+ ('pretty_formatted_json.json', 1),
+ ('tab_pretty_formatted_json.json', 0),
+ ),
+)
+def test_tab_main(filename, expected_retval):
+ ret = main(['--indent', '\t', get_resource_path(filename)])
+ assert ret == expected_retval
+
+
+def test_non_ascii_main():
+ ret = main((
+ '--no-ensure-ascii',
+ get_resource_path('non_ascii_pretty_formatted_json.json'),
+ ))
+ assert ret == 0
+
+
+def test_autofix_main(tmpdir):
+ srcfile = tmpdir.join('to_be_json_formatted.json')
+ shutil.copyfile(
+ get_resource_path('not_pretty_formatted_json.json'),
+ str(srcfile),
+ )
+
+ # now launch the autofix on that file
+ ret = main(['--autofix', str(srcfile)])
+ # it should have formatted it
+ assert ret == 1
+
+ # file was formatted (shouldn't trigger linter again)
+ ret = main([str(srcfile)])
+ assert ret == 0
+
+
+def test_orderfile_get_pretty_format():
+ ret = main((
+ '--top-keys=alist', get_resource_path('pretty_formatted_json.json'),
+ ))
+ assert ret == 0
+
+
+def test_not_orderfile_get_pretty_format():
+ ret = main((
+ '--top-keys=blah', get_resource_path('pretty_formatted_json.json'),
+ ))
+ assert ret == 1
+
+
+def test_top_sorted_get_pretty_format():
+ ret = main((
+ '--top-keys=01-alist,alist', get_resource_path('top_sorted_json.json'),
+ ))
+ assert ret == 0
+
+
+def test_badfile_main():
+ ret = main([get_resource_path('ok_yaml.yaml')])
+ assert ret == 1
+
+
+def test_diffing_output(capsys):
+ resource_path = get_resource_path('not_pretty_formatted_json.json')
+ expected_retval = 1
+ a = os.path.join('a', resource_path)
+ b = os.path.join('b', resource_path)
+ expected_out = f'''\
+--- {a}
++++ {b}
+@@ -1,6 +1,9 @@
+ {{
+- "foo":
+- "bar",
+- "alist": [2, 34, 234],
+- "blah": null
++ "alist": [
++ 2,
++ 34,
++ 234
++ ],
++ "blah": null,
++ "foo": "bar"
+ }}
+'''
+ actual_retval = main([resource_path])
+ actual_out, actual_err = capsys.readouterr()
+
+ assert actual_retval == expected_retval
+ assert actual_out == expected_out
+ assert actual_err == ''
diff --git a/tests/readme_test.py b/tests/readme_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..7df7fcf
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/readme_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+from pre_commit_hooks.check_yaml import yaml
+
+
+def test_readme_contains_all_hooks():
+ with open('README.md', encoding='UTF-8') as f:
+ readme_contents = f.read()
+ with open('.pre-commit-hooks.yaml', encoding='UTF-8') as f:
+ hooks = yaml.load(f)
+ for hook in hooks:
+ assert f'`{hook["id"]}`' in readme_contents
diff --git a/tests/removed_test.py b/tests/removed_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..d635eb1
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/removed_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,17 @@
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.removed import main
+
+
+def test_always_fails():
+ with pytest.raises(SystemExit) as excinfo:
+ main((
+ 'autopep8-wrapper', 'autopep8',
+ 'https://github.com/pre-commit/mirrors-autopep8',
+ '--foo', 'bar',
+ ))
+ msg, = excinfo.value.args
+ assert msg == (
+ '`autopep8-wrapper` has been removed -- '
+ 'use `autopep8` from https://github.com/pre-commit/mirrors-autopep8'
+ )
diff --git a/tests/requirements_txt_fixer_test.py b/tests/requirements_txt_fixer_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e3c6ed5
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/requirements_txt_fixer_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,128 @@
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.requirements_txt_fixer import FAIL
+from pre_commit_hooks.requirements_txt_fixer import main
+from pre_commit_hooks.requirements_txt_fixer import PASS
+from pre_commit_hooks.requirements_txt_fixer import Requirement
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('input_s', 'expected_retval', 'output'),
+ (
+ (b'', PASS, b''),
+ (b'\n', PASS, b'\n'),
+ (b'# intentionally empty\n', PASS, b'# intentionally empty\n'),
+ (b'foo\n# comment at end\n', PASS, b'foo\n# comment at end\n'),
+ (b'foo\nbar\n', FAIL, b'bar\nfoo\n'),
+ (b'bar\nfoo\n', PASS, b'bar\nfoo\n'),
+ (b'a\nc\nb\n', FAIL, b'a\nb\nc\n'),
+ (b'a\nc\nb', FAIL, b'a\nb\nc\n'),
+ (b'a\nb\nc', FAIL, b'a\nb\nc\n'),
+ (
+ b'#comment1\nfoo\n#comment2\nbar\n',
+ FAIL,
+ b'#comment2\nbar\n#comment1\nfoo\n',
+ ),
+ (
+ b'#comment1\nbar\n#comment2\nfoo\n',
+ PASS,
+ b'#comment1\nbar\n#comment2\nfoo\n',
+ ),
+ (b'#comment\n\nfoo\nbar\n', FAIL, b'#comment\n\nbar\nfoo\n'),
+ (b'#comment\n\nbar\nfoo\n', PASS, b'#comment\n\nbar\nfoo\n'),
+ (
+ b'foo\n\t#comment with indent\nbar\n',
+ FAIL,
+ b'\t#comment with indent\nbar\nfoo\n',
+ ),
+ (
+ b'bar\n\t#comment with indent\nfoo\n',
+ PASS,
+ b'bar\n\t#comment with indent\nfoo\n',
+ ),
+ (b'\nfoo\nbar\n', FAIL, b'bar\n\nfoo\n'),
+ (b'\nbar\nfoo\n', PASS, b'\nbar\nfoo\n'),
+ (
+ b'pyramid-foo==1\npyramid>=2\n',
+ FAIL,
+ b'pyramid>=2\npyramid-foo==1\n',
+ ),
+ (
+ b'a==1\n'
+ b'c>=1\n'
+ b'bbbb!=1\n'
+ b'c-a>=1;python_version>="3.6"\n'
+ b'e>=2\n'
+ b'd>2\n'
+ b'g<2\n'
+ b'f<=2\n',
+ FAIL,
+ b'a==1\n'
+ b'bbbb!=1\n'
+ b'c>=1\n'
+ b'c-a>=1;python_version>="3.6"\n'
+ b'd>2\n'
+ b'e>=2\n'
+ b'f<=2\n'
+ b'g<2\n',
+ ),
+ (b'ocflib\nDjango\nPyMySQL\n', FAIL, b'Django\nocflib\nPyMySQL\n'),
+ (
+ b'-e git+ssh://git_url@tag#egg=ocflib\nDjango\nPyMySQL\n',
+ FAIL,
+ b'Django\n-e git+ssh://git_url@tag#egg=ocflib\nPyMySQL\n',
+ ),
+ (b'bar\npkg-resources==0.0.0\nfoo\n', FAIL, b'bar\nfoo\n'),
+ (b'foo\npkg-resources==0.0.0\nbar\n', FAIL, b'bar\nfoo\n'),
+ (
+ b'git+ssh://git_url@tag#egg=ocflib\nDjango\nijk\n',
+ FAIL,
+ b'Django\nijk\ngit+ssh://git_url@tag#egg=ocflib\n',
+ ),
+ (
+ b'b==1.0.0\n'
+ b'c=2.0.0 \\\n'
+ b' --hash=sha256:abcd\n'
+ b'a=3.0.0 \\\n'
+ b' --hash=sha256:a1b1c1d1',
+ FAIL,
+ b'a=3.0.0 \\\n'
+ b' --hash=sha256:a1b1c1d1\n'
+ b'b==1.0.0\n'
+ b'c=2.0.0 \\\n'
+ b' --hash=sha256:abcd\n',
+ ),
+ (
+ b'a=2.0.0 \\\n --hash=sha256:abcd\nb==1.0.0\n',
+ PASS,
+ b'a=2.0.0 \\\n --hash=sha256:abcd\nb==1.0.0\n',
+ ),
+ ),
+)
+def test_integration(input_s, expected_retval, output, tmpdir):
+ path = tmpdir.join('file.txt')
+ path.write_binary(input_s)
+
+ output_retval = main([str(path)])
+
+ assert path.read_binary() == output
+ assert output_retval == expected_retval
+
+
+def test_requirement_object():
+ top_of_file = Requirement()
+ top_of_file.comments.append(b'#foo')
+ top_of_file.value = b'\n'
+
+ requirement_foo = Requirement()
+ requirement_foo.value = b'foo'
+
+ requirement_bar = Requirement()
+ requirement_bar.value = b'bar'
+
+ # This may look redundant, but we need to test both foo.__lt__(bar) and
+ # bar.__lt__(foo)
+ assert requirement_foo > top_of_file
+ assert top_of_file < requirement_foo
+ assert requirement_foo > requirement_bar
+ assert requirement_bar < requirement_foo
diff --git a/tests/sort_simple_yaml_test.py b/tests/sort_simple_yaml_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..a682c15
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/sort_simple_yaml_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,117 @@
+import os
+
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.sort_simple_yaml import first_key
+from pre_commit_hooks.sort_simple_yaml import main
+from pre_commit_hooks.sort_simple_yaml import parse_block
+from pre_commit_hooks.sort_simple_yaml import parse_blocks
+from pre_commit_hooks.sort_simple_yaml import sort
+
+RETVAL_GOOD = 0
+RETVAL_BAD = 1
+TEST_SORTS = [
+ (
+ ['c: true', '', 'b: 42', 'a: 19'],
+ ['b: 42', 'a: 19', '', 'c: true'],
+ RETVAL_BAD,
+ ),
+
+ (
+ ['# i am', '# a header', '', 'c: true', '', 'b: 42', 'a: 19'],
+ ['# i am', '# a header', '', 'b: 42', 'a: 19', '', 'c: true'],
+ RETVAL_BAD,
+ ),
+
+ (
+ ['# i am', '# a header', '', 'already: sorted', '', 'yup: i am'],
+ ['# i am', '# a header', '', 'already: sorted', '', 'yup: i am'],
+ RETVAL_GOOD,
+ ),
+
+ (
+ ['# i am', '# a header'],
+ ['# i am', '# a header'],
+ RETVAL_GOOD,
+ ),
+]
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize('bad_lines,good_lines,retval', TEST_SORTS)
+def test_integration_good_bad_lines(tmpdir, bad_lines, good_lines, retval):
+ file_path = os.path.join(str(tmpdir), 'foo.yaml')
+
+ with open(file_path, 'w') as f:
+ f.write('\n'.join(bad_lines) + '\n')
+
+ assert main([file_path]) == retval
+
+ with open(file_path) as f:
+ assert [line.rstrip() for line in f.readlines()] == good_lines
+
+
+def test_parse_header():
+ lines = ['# some header', '# is here', '', 'this is not a header']
+ assert parse_block(lines, header=True) == ['# some header', '# is here']
+ assert lines == ['', 'this is not a header']
+
+ lines = ['this is not a header']
+ assert parse_block(lines, header=True) == []
+ assert lines == ['this is not a header']
+
+
+def test_parse_block():
+ # a normal block
+ lines = ['a: 42', 'b: 17', '', 'c: 19']
+ assert parse_block(lines) == ['a: 42', 'b: 17']
+ assert lines == ['', 'c: 19']
+
+ # a block at the end
+ lines = ['c: 19']
+ assert parse_block(lines) == ['c: 19']
+ assert lines == []
+
+ # no block
+ lines = []
+ assert parse_block(lines) == []
+ assert lines == []
+
+
+def test_parse_blocks():
+ # normal blocks
+ lines = ['a: 42', 'b: 17', '', 'c: 19']
+ assert parse_blocks(lines) == [['a: 42', 'b: 17'], ['c: 19']]
+ assert lines == []
+
+ # a single block
+ lines = ['a: 42', 'b: 17']
+ assert parse_blocks(lines) == [['a: 42', 'b: 17']]
+ assert lines == []
+
+ # no blocks
+ lines = []
+ assert parse_blocks(lines) == []
+ assert lines == []
+
+
+def test_first_key():
+ # first line
+ lines = ['a: 42', 'b: 17', '', 'c: 19']
+ assert first_key(lines) == 'a: 42'
+
+ # second line
+ lines = ['# some comment', 'a: 42', 'b: 17', '', 'c: 19']
+ assert first_key(lines) == 'a: 42'
+
+ # second line with quotes
+ lines = ['# some comment', '"a": 42', 'b: 17', '', 'c: 19']
+ assert first_key(lines) == 'a": 42'
+
+ # no lines (not a real situation)
+ lines = []
+ assert first_key(lines) == ''
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize('bad_lines,good_lines,_', TEST_SORTS)
+def test_sort(bad_lines, good_lines, _):
+ assert sort(bad_lines) == good_lines
diff --git a/tests/string_fixer_test.py b/tests/string_fixer_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..6ddb0ac
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/string_fixer_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,54 @@
+import textwrap
+
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.string_fixer import main
+
+TESTS = (
+ # Base cases
+ ("''", "''", 0),
+ ('""', "''", 1),
+ (r'"\'"', r'"\'"', 0),
+ (r'"\""', r'"\""', 0),
+ (r"'\"\"'", r"'\"\"'", 0),
+ # String somewhere in the line
+ ('x = "foo"', "x = 'foo'", 1),
+ # Test escaped characters
+ (r'"\'"', r'"\'"', 0),
+ # Docstring
+ ('""" Foo """', '""" Foo """', 0),
+ (
+ textwrap.dedent(
+ """
+ x = " \\
+ foo \\
+ "\n
+ """,
+ ),
+ textwrap.dedent(
+ """
+ x = ' \\
+ foo \\
+ '\n
+ """,
+ ),
+ 1,
+ ),
+ ('"foo""bar"', "'foo''bar'", 1),
+)
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(('input_s', 'output', 'expected_retval'), TESTS)
+def test_rewrite(input_s, output, expected_retval, tmpdir):
+ path = tmpdir.join('file.py')
+ path.write(input_s)
+ retval = main([str(path)])
+ assert path.read() == output
+ assert retval == expected_retval
+
+
+def test_rewrite_crlf(tmpdir):
+ f = tmpdir.join('f.py')
+ f.write_binary(b'"foo"\r\n"bar"\r\n')
+ assert main((str(f),))
+ assert f.read_binary() == b"'foo'\r\n'bar'\r\n"
diff --git a/tests/tests_should_end_in_test_test.py b/tests/tests_should_end_in_test_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..4df2963
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/tests_should_end_in_test_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,43 @@
+from pre_commit_hooks.tests_should_end_in_test import main
+
+
+def test_main_all_pass():
+ ret = main(['foo_test.py', 'bar_test.py'])
+ assert ret == 0
+
+
+def test_main_one_fails():
+ ret = main(['not_test_ending.py', 'foo_test.py'])
+ assert ret == 1
+
+
+def test_regex():
+ assert main(('foo_test_py',)) == 1
+
+
+def test_main_django_all_pass():
+ ret = main((
+ '--django', 'tests.py', 'test_foo.py', 'test_bar.py',
+ 'tests/test_baz.py',
+ ))
+ assert ret == 0
+
+
+def test_main_django_one_fails():
+ ret = main(['--django', 'not_test_ending.py', 'test_foo.py'])
+ assert ret == 1
+
+
+def test_validate_nested_files_django_one_fails():
+ ret = main(['--django', 'tests/not_test_ending.py', 'test_foo.py'])
+ assert ret == 1
+
+
+def test_main_not_django_fails():
+ ret = main(['foo_test.py', 'bar_test.py', 'test_baz.py'])
+ assert ret == 1
+
+
+def test_main_django_fails():
+ ret = main(['--django', 'foo_test.py', 'test_bar.py', 'test_baz.py'])
+ assert ret == 1
diff --git a/tests/trailing_whitespace_fixer_test.py b/tests/trailing_whitespace_fixer_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..bb3b62d
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/trailing_whitespace_fixer_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,101 @@
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.trailing_whitespace_fixer import main
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize(
+ ('input_s', 'expected'),
+ (
+ ('foo \nbar \n', 'foo\nbar\n'),
+ ('bar\t\nbaz\t\n', 'bar\nbaz\n'),
+ ),
+)
+def test_fixes_trailing_whitespace(input_s, expected, tmpdir):
+ path = tmpdir.join('file.md')
+ path.write(input_s)
+ assert main((str(path),)) == 1
+ assert path.read() == expected
+
+
+def test_ok_no_newline_end_of_file(tmpdir):
+ filename = tmpdir.join('f')
+ filename.write_binary(b'foo\nbar')
+ ret = main((str(filename),))
+ assert filename.read_binary() == b'foo\nbar'
+ assert ret == 0
+
+
+def test_ok_with_dos_line_endings(tmpdir):
+ filename = tmpdir.join('f')
+ filename.write_binary(b'foo\r\nbar\r\nbaz\r\n')
+ ret = main((str(filename),))
+ assert filename.read_binary() == b'foo\r\nbar\r\nbaz\r\n'
+ assert ret == 0
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize('ext', ('md', 'Md', '.md', '*'))
+def test_fixes_markdown_files(tmpdir, ext):
+ path = tmpdir.join('test.md')
+ path.write(
+ 'foo \n' # leaves alone
+ 'bar \n' # less than two so it is removed
+ 'baz \n' # more than two so it becomes two spaces
+ '\t\n' # trailing tabs are stripped anyway
+ '\n ', # whitespace at the end of the file is removed
+ )
+ ret = main((str(path), f'--markdown-linebreak-ext={ext}'))
+ assert ret == 1
+ assert path.read() == (
+ 'foo \n'
+ 'bar\n'
+ 'baz \n'
+ '\n'
+ '\n'
+ )
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize('arg', ('--', 'a.b', 'a/b', ''))
+def test_markdown_linebreak_ext_badopt(arg):
+ with pytest.raises(SystemExit) as excinfo:
+ main(['--markdown-linebreak-ext', arg])
+ assert excinfo.value.code == 2
+
+
+def test_prints_warning_with_no_markdown_ext(capsys, tmpdir):
+ f = tmpdir.join('f').ensure()
+ assert main((str(f), '--no-markdown-linebreak-ext')) == 0
+ out, _ = capsys.readouterr()
+ assert out == '--no-markdown-linebreak-ext now does nothing!\n'
+
+
+def test_preserve_non_utf8_file(tmpdir):
+ non_utf8_bytes_content = b'<a>\xe9 \n</a>\n'
+ path = tmpdir.join('file.txt')
+ path.write_binary(non_utf8_bytes_content)
+ ret = main([str(path)])
+ assert ret == 1
+ assert path.size() == (len(non_utf8_bytes_content) - 1)
+
+
+def test_custom_charset_change(tmpdir):
+ # strip spaces only, no tabs
+ path = tmpdir.join('file.txt')
+ path.write('\ta \t \n')
+ ret = main([str(path), '--chars', ' '])
+ assert ret == 1
+ assert path.read() == '\ta \t\n'
+
+
+def test_custom_charset_no_change(tmpdir):
+ path = tmpdir.join('file.txt')
+ path.write('\ta \t\n')
+ ret = main([str(path), '--chars', ' '])
+ assert ret == 0
+
+
+def test_markdown_with_custom_charset(tmpdir):
+ path = tmpdir.join('file.md')
+ path.write('\ta \t \n')
+ ret = main([str(path), '--chars', ' ', '--markdown-linebreak-ext', '*'])
+ assert ret == 1
+ assert path.read() == '\ta \t \n'
diff --git a/tests/util_test.py b/tests/util_test.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..7f48816
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tests/util_test.py
@@ -0,0 +1,25 @@
+import pytest
+
+from pre_commit_hooks.util import CalledProcessError
+from pre_commit_hooks.util import cmd_output
+from pre_commit_hooks.util import zsplit
+
+
+def test_raises_on_error():
+ with pytest.raises(CalledProcessError):
+ cmd_output('sh', '-c', 'exit 1')
+
+
+def test_output():
+ ret = cmd_output('sh', '-c', 'echo hi')
+ assert ret == 'hi\n'
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize('out', ('\0f1\0f2\0', '\0f1\0f2', 'f1\0f2\0'))
+def test_check_zsplits_str_correctly(out):
+ assert zsplit(out) == ['f1', 'f2']
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize('out', ('\0\0', '\0', ''))
+def test_check_zsplit_returns_empty(out):
+ assert zsplit(out) == []
diff --git a/tox.ini b/tox.ini
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..965eba9
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tox.ini
@@ -0,0 +1,22 @@
+[tox]
+envlist = py36,py37,py38,pypy3,pre-commit
+
+[testenv]
+deps = -rrequirements-dev.txt
+setenv =
+ GIT_AUTHOR_NAME = "test"
+ GIT_COMMITTER_NAME = "test"
+ GIT_AUTHOR_EMAIL = "test@example.com"
+ GIT_COMMITTER_EMAIL = "test@example.com"
+commands =
+ coverage erase
+ coverage run -m pytest {posargs:tests}
+ coverage report --fail-under 100
+
+[testenv:pre-commit]
+skip_install = true
+deps = pre-commit
+commands = pre-commit run --all-files --show-diff-on-failure
+
+[pep8]
+ignore=E265,E501,W504