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Date 2007-08-24.00:48:53
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THIS PATCH IS FOR PYTHON 3000.  (There's currently no Python 3000 entry
in the "Versions" list.)

As of revision 57341 (only a couple hours old as of this writing),
test_shelve was failing on my machine.  This was because I didn't have
any swell databases available, so anydbm was falling back to dumbdbm,
and dumbdbm had a bug.  In Py3k, dumbdbm's dict-like interface now
requires byte objects, which it internally encodes to "latin-1" then
uses with a real dict.  But dumbdbm.__contains__ was missing the
conversion, so it was trying to use a bytes object with a real dict, and
that failed with an error (as bytes objects are not hashable).  This
patch fixes dumbdbm.__contains__ so it encodes the key, fixing
test_shelve on my machine.

But there's more!  Neil Norvitz pointed out that test_shelve didn't fail
on his machine.  That's because dumbdbm is the last resort of anydbm,
and he had a superior database module available.  So the regression test
suite was really missing two things:

    * test_dumbdbm should test dumbdbm.__contains__.
    * test_anydbm should test all the database modules available, not
merely its first choice.

So this patch also adds test_write_contains() to test_dumbdbm, and a new
external function to test_anydbm: dbm_iterate(), which returns an
iterator over all database modules available to anydbm, and internally
forces anydbm to use that database module, restoring anydbm to its first
choice when it finishes iteration.  I also renamed _delete_files() to
delete_files() so it could be the canonical dbm cleanup function for
other tests.

While I was at it, I noticed that did a good job of
testing all the databases available, but with a slightly odd approach:
it iterated over all the possible databases, and created new test
methods--inserting them into the class object--for each one that was
available.  I changed it to use dbm_iterate() and delete_files() from
test.test_anydbm, so that that logic can live in only one place.  I
didn't preserve the setattr() approach; I simply iterate over all the
modules and run the tests inside one conventional method.
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