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#!/usr/bin/env python
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Some tests that produce JUnitXML include tests that did not run (i.e. status="notrun").
This script walks through the JUnitXML and removes these elements.
from optparse import OptionParser
from xml.etree import ElementTree as ET
from xml.dom import minidom
def junitxml_prune_notrun(junitxml_filename):
tree = ET.ElementTree()
root = tree.parse(junitxml_filename)
for testsuite in root.findall("testsuite"):
# Get the list of notrun tests
notrun_testcases = []
for testcase in testsuite:
status = testcase.attrib["status"]
if status == 'notrun':
# Get the total number of tests
num_tests = int(testsuite.attrib["tests"])
# There are two cases.
# 1. No test from the testsuite ran. The whole testsuite can be pruned.
# 2. Some test from the testsuite ran. The individual testcases can be pruned.
if len(notrun_testcases) == num_tests:
# Remove whole testsuite
# Remote individual testcases.
for testcase in notrun_testcases:
# Fixup the total number of tests
testsuite.attrib["tests"] = str(num_tests - len(notrun_testcases))
# Write out the pruned JUnitXML
# An XML declaration is optional, but it is nice to have. ElementTree.write() does
# not support an XML declaration on Python 2.6, so use minidom to write the XML.
root_node_minidom = minidom.parseString(ET.tostring(root))
junitxml_string = root_node_minidom.toxml(encoding="utf-8")
with open(junitxml_filename, "w") as f:
def main():
parser = OptionParser()
parser.add_option("-f", "--file", dest="filename", help="JUnitXML file to prune")
options, args = parser.parse_args()
if __name__ == "__main__": main()