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Published: Feb 1, 2018 License: BSD-3-Clause Imports: 10 Imported by: 1




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type CapturedIOData

type CapturedIOData func(capturedIO testdata.CapturedIO)

CapturedIOData is a func type that gets given a reference to Some CapturedIO data for the test

type CapturedIOGivenData

type CapturedIOGivenData func(capturedIO testdata.CapturedIO, givens testdata.InterestingGivens)

CapturedIOGivenData is a combination of GivenData and CapturedIOData types

type GivenData

type GivenData func(givens testdata.InterestingGivens)

GivenData is a func type that gets given Some interesting givens as a parameter

type ParsedTestContent added in v1.4.0

type ParsedTestContent struct {
	GivenWhenThen []string
	// Comment contains each comment line from the tests' comment block
	Comment []string

ParsedTestContent parsed content from test

func ParseGivenWhenThen added in v1.4.0

func ParseGivenWhenThen(functionName string, testFileName string) ParsedTestContent

ParseGivenWhenThen parses a test file for the Given/When/Then content of the test in question identified by the parameter "testName". Returns the content of the function with all metacharacters removed, spaces added to CamelCase and snake case too.

type Some

type Some struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

Some holds the test context and has a reference to the test's testing.T

func NewSome

func NewSome(
	globalTestingT TestingT,
	testTitle string,
	testingT *TestMetaData,
	givenWhenThen ParsedTestContent,
	givenFunc ...GivenData) *Some

NewSome creates a new Some context. This is an internal function that was exported for testing.

func (*Some) CapturedIO

func (some *Some) CapturedIO() map[interface{}]interface{}

CapturedIO is a convenience method for retrieving the CapturedIO map

func (*Some) InterestingGivens

func (some *Some) InterestingGivens() map[interface{}]interface{}

InterestingGivens is a convenience method for retrieving the InterestingGivens map

func (*Some) ParsedTestContent added in v1.4.0

func (some *Some) ParsedTestContent() ParsedTestContent

ParsedTestContent holds a parsed test as an array string. All lines of the test func will be listed, from the first call to the first Given up to the end of the test func and converted to (as close as possible) natural language.

func (*Some) SkippingThisOne added in v1.0.1

func (some *Some) SkippingThisOne(reason string, args ...interface{}) *Some

SkippingThisOne still records we have a skipped tests in our test output generator

func (*Some) SkippingThisOneIf added in v1.1.0

func (some *Some) SkippingThisOneIf(why func(someData ...interface{}) bool, reason string, args ...interface{}) *Some

SkippingThisOneIf skips if the condition is true, and still records we have a skipped tests in our test output generator. This will be best used in a table test (range) when running sub-tests, since in a main test the entire test will be skipped and the condition pointless.

func (*Some) TestMetaData added in v1.2.0

func (some *Some) TestMetaData() *TestMetaData

TestMetaData is an interface that mimics testingT but stores the test state rather than act on it. Gogivens will act on the meta data's behalf via globalTestingT (the "real" testing.T for the test).

func (*Some) TestTitle

func (some *Some) TestTitle() string

TestTitle is the name of the test

func (*Some) Then

func (some *Some) Then(assertions TestingWithGiven) *Some

Then is a function that executes the given function and asserts whether the test has failed. It can be called in a table test (for loop). Provide a function in which assertions will be made. Use the testMetaData typed var in place of testing.T. The test state is recorded in testMetaData type and goGiven fails the test if the error methods (ErrorF etc) were called after the function exits.

func (*Some) When

func (some *Some) When(action ...CapturedIOGivenData) *Some

When - call When when you want to perform Some action, call a function, or perform a test operation.

type SomeMap

type SomeMap map[string]*Some

SomeMap is a typed map that contains a reference to test data held in a Some struct.

type TestMetaData

type TestMetaData struct {
	TestID string
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

TestMetaData holds Some information about the test, it's id, whether it failed or not and the output it sent to t.Errorf or t.Error etc.

func NewTestMetaData

func NewTestMetaData(testName string) *TestMetaData

NewTestMetaData creates a new TestMetaData object. Used internally.

func (*TestMetaData) Errorf

func (t *TestMetaData) Errorf(format string, args ...interface{})

Errorf marks this test as failed and sets the test output to the formatted string.

func (*TestMetaData) FailNow

func (t *TestMetaData) FailNow()

FailNow marks this test as failed.

func (*TestMetaData) Failed

func (t *TestMetaData) Failed() bool

Failed reports the test has failed to the meta data.

func (*TestMetaData) Helper

func (t *TestMetaData) Helper()

Helper does nothing. It's just in case Some package that consumes t calls it.

func (*TestMetaData) Logf

func (t *TestMetaData) Logf(format string, args ...interface{})

Logf marks this test as failed and sets the test output to the formatted string.

func (*TestMetaData) Name

func (t *TestMetaData) Name() string

Name returns the id (the test name, possibly with Some uniqueid appended)

func (*TestMetaData) Skipf added in v1.0.1

func (t *TestMetaData) Skipf(format string, args ...interface{})

Skipf reports the test as skipped with a formatted message to the test meta data

func (*TestMetaData) Skipped added in v1.0.1

func (t *TestMetaData) Skipped() bool

Skipped returns the state of the test meta data, if skipped then it's true

func (*TestMetaData) TestOutput

func (t *TestMetaData) TestOutput() string

TestOutput returns the recorded test output

type TestingT

type TestingT interface {
	Failed() bool
	Logf(format string, args ...interface{})
	Errorf(format string, args ...interface{})
	Name() string
	Skipf(format string, args ...interface{})

TestingT is a convenience interface that matches Some methods of `testing.T`

type TestingWithGiven

type TestingWithGiven func(testingT TestingT, actual testdata.CapturedIO, givens testdata.InterestingGivens)

TestingWithGiven gives a func declaration including testingT, CapturedIO and InterestingGivens parameters.

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