~singpolyma/biboumi

3b96b2e0b1cdd3f1a671b601833dfd5bb6bf769a — louiz’ 5 years ago 780eea5
Add a sleep in a e2e test

Reasons explained in the comment in the code
1 files changed, 15 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)

M tests/end_to_end/__main__.py
M tests/end_to_end/__main__.py => tests/end_to_end/__main__.py +15 -0
@@ 1297,6 1297,21 @@ if __name__ == '__main__':
                             ("!/message[@id='']/body[text()='hello']",
                              "/message[@id]/body[text()='hello']")),

                     # even though we reflect the message to XMPP only
                     # when we send it to IRC, there’s still a race
                     # condition if the XMPP client receives the
                     # reflection (and the IRC server didn’t yet receive
                     # it), then the new user joins the room, and then
                     # finally the IRC server sends the message to “all
                     # participants of the channel”, including the new
                     # one, that was not supposed to be there when the
                     # message was sent in the first place by the first
                     # XMPP user. There’s nothing we can do about it until
                     # all servers support the echo-message IRCv3
                     # extension… So, we just sleep a little bit before
                     # joining the room with the new user.
                     partial(sleep_for, 1),

                     # Second user joins
                     partial(send_stanza,
                     "<presence from='{jid_two}/{resource_one}' to='#foo%{irc_server_one}/{nick_two}' />"),