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From "Quentin Pradet (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (LIBCLOUD-989) Small bug in common/
Date Wed, 21 Mar 2018 17:26:00 GMT


Quentin Pradet commented on LIBCLOUD-989:

The first thing to do would be to run the tests locally:

 * git clone
 * cd libcloud
 * pip install -r requirements-test.txt
 * cp libcloud/test/ libcloud/test/
 * pytest

When you'll be working on the OpenStack tests, running `pytest -k openstack` will be faster.

The next step is to understand how the test fixtures work. Here's an example for another driver:

Next we'll need to write a test that fails without your changes, and succeeds with your changes.
Try to come up with a way to do this by looking at the existing steps maybe?

If you're stuck, make sure to ask questions!


> Small bug in common/
> --------------------------------
>                 Key: LIBCLOUD-989
>                 URL:
>             Project: Libcloud
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Core
>         Environment: Python 2.7
> libcloud 2.3.0
>            Reporter: Vincent Planchenault
>            Priority: Minor
> Hello,
> I encountered a small bug in common/, when an Openstack compatible french
Cloud Provider wanted to tell me I've used its API at a too high rate.
> In this case, the API returned a status 503, with a message composed of fields 'message'
and 'request', without 'code' field
> The code in line 393 in common/ raises in this case a TypeError exception,
because there is no 'code' field in the values.
> I changed this line from:
>     if len(values) > 0 and values[0]['code'] == 404 and key_pair_name:
> to:
>     if len(values) > 0 and 'code' in values[0] and values[0]['code'] == 404 and
> Now, it raises a libcloud.exception_from_message I  can handle properly.

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