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Merge #10255: [test] Add test for listaddressgroupings

dadfee3 [test] Add test for listaddressgroupings (Jimmy Song)

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MarcoFalke 4 years ago
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      test/functional/wallet-accounts.py

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test/functional/wallet-accounts.py View File

@@ -7,6 +7,7 @@
RPCs tested are:
- getaccountaddress
- getaddressesbyaccount
- listaddressgroupings
- setaccount
- sendfrom (with account arguments)
- move (with account arguments)
@@ -26,16 +27,57 @@ class WalletAccountsTest(BitcoinTestFramework):
self.num_nodes = 1
self.extra_args = [[]]

def run_test (self):
def run_test(self):
node = self.nodes[0]
# Check that there's no UTXO on any of the nodes
assert_equal(len(node.listunspent()), 0)

# Note each time we call generate, all generated coins go into
# the same address, so we call twice to get two addresses w/50 each
node.generate(1)
node.generate(101)
assert_equal(node.getbalance(), 50)
accounts = ["a","b","c","d","e"]
assert_equal(node.getbalance(), 100)

# there should be 2 address groups
# each with 1 address with a balance of 50 Bitcoins
address_groups = node.listaddressgroupings()
assert_equal(len(address_groups), 2)
# the addresses aren't linked now, but will be after we send to the
# common address
linked_addresses = set()
for address_group in address_groups:
assert_equal(len(address_group), 1)
assert_equal(len(address_group[0]), 2)
assert_equal(address_group[0][1], 50)
linked_addresses.add(address_group[0][0])

# send 50 from each address to a third address not in this wallet
# There's some fee that will come back to us when the miner reward
# matures.
common_address = "msf4WtN1YQKXvNtvdFYt9JBnUD2FB41kjr"
txid = node.sendmany(
fromaccount="",
amounts={common_address: 100},
subtractfeefrom=[common_address],
minconf=1,
)
tx_details = node.gettransaction(txid)
fee = -tx_details['details'][0]['fee']
# there should be 1 address group, with the previously
# unlinked addresses now linked (they both have 0 balance)
address_groups = node.listaddressgroupings()
assert_equal(len(address_groups), 1)
assert_equal(len(address_groups[0]), 2)
assert_equal(set([a[0] for a in address_groups[0]]), linked_addresses)
assert_equal([a[1] for a in address_groups[0]], [0, 0])

node.generate(1)

# we want to reset so that the "" account has what's expected.
# otherwise we're off by exactly the fee amount as that's mined
# and matures in the next 100 blocks
node.sendfrom("", common_address, fee)
accounts = ["a", "b", "c", "d", "e"]
amount_to_send = 1.0
account_addresses = dict()
for account in accounts:
@@ -52,7 +94,7 @@ class WalletAccountsTest(BitcoinTestFramework):
for i in range(len(accounts)):
from_account = accounts[i]
to_account = accounts[(i+1)%len(accounts)]
to_account = accounts[(i+1) % len(accounts)]
to_address = account_addresses[to_account]
node.sendfrom(from_account, to_address, amount_to_send)
@@ -63,7 +105,7 @@ class WalletAccountsTest(BitcoinTestFramework):
assert(address != account_addresses[account])
assert_equal(node.getreceivedbyaccount(account), 2)
node.move(account, "", node.getbalance(account))
node.generate(101)
expected_account_balances = {"": 5200}
@@ -93,4 +135,4 @@ class WalletAccountsTest(BitcoinTestFramework):
assert_equal(node.getbalance(account), 50)

if __name__ == '__main__':
WalletAccountsTest().main ()
WalletAccountsTest().main()

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