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package gocheck

import "launchpad.net/gocheck"

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benchmark.go checkers.go gocheck.go helpers.go printer.go run.go

func List

func List(suite interface{}, runConf *RunConf) []string

List prints the names of the test functions in the given suite that will be run with the provided run configuration to the given Writer.

func ListAll

func ListAll(runConf *RunConf) []string

ListAll returns the names of all the test functions registered with the Suite function that will be run with the provided run configuration.

func Suite

func Suite(suite interface{}) interface{}

Register the given value as a test suite to be run. Any methods starting with the Test prefix in the given value will be considered as a test to be run.

func TestingT

func TestingT(testingT *testing.T)

Run all test suites registered with the Suite() function, printing results to stdout, and reporting any failures back to the 'testing' module.

type C

type C struct {
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

func (*C) Assert

func (c *C) Assert(obtained interface{}, checker Checker, args ...interface{})

Ensure that the first value matches with the expected value. What matching means is defined by the provided checker. In case they do not match, an error will be logged, the test will be marked as failed, and the test execution will stop. Some checkers may not need the expected argument (e.g. IsNil). In either case, any extra arguments provided to the function will be logged next to the reported problem when the matching fails. This is a handy way to provide problem-specific hints.

func (*C) Check

func (c *C) Check(obtained interface{}, checker Checker, args ...interface{}) bool

Verify if the first value matches with the expected value. What matching means is defined by the provided checker. In case they do not match, an error will be logged, the test will be marked as failed, and the test execution will continue. Some checkers may not need the expected argument (e.g. IsNil). In either case, any extra arguments provided to the function will be logged next to the reported problem when the matching fails. This is a handy way to provide problem-specific hints.

func (*C) Error

func (c *C) Error(args ...interface{})

Log an error into the test error output, and mark the test as failed. The provided arguments will be assembled together into a string using fmt.Sprint().

func (*C) Errorf

func (c *C) Errorf(format string, args ...interface{})

Log an error into the test error output, and mark the test as failed. The provided arguments will be assembled together into a string using fmt.Sprintf().

func (*C) ExpectFailure

func (c *C) ExpectFailure(reason string)

Expect the currently running test to fail, for the given reason. If the test does not fail, an error will be reported to raise the attention to this fact. The reason string is just a summary of why the given test is supposed to fail. This method is useful to temporarily disable tests which cover well known problems until a better time to fix the problem is found, without forgetting about the fact that a failure still exists.

func (*C) Fail

func (c *C) Fail()

Mark the currently running test as failed. Something ought to have been previously logged so that the developer knows what went wrong. The higher level helper functions will fail the test and do the logging properly.

func (*C) FailNow

func (c *C) FailNow()

Mark the currently running test as failed, and stop running the test. Something ought to have been previously logged so that the developer knows what went wrong. The higher level helper functions will fail the test and do the logging properly.

func (*C) Failed

func (c *C) Failed() bool

Return true if the currently running test has already failed.

func (*C) Fatal

func (c *C) Fatal(args ...interface{})

Log an error into the test error output, mark the test as failed, and stop the test execution. The provided arguments will be assembled together into a string using fmt.Sprint().

func (*C) Fatalf

func (c *C) Fatalf(format string, args ...interface{})

Log an error into the test error output, mark the test as failed, and stop the test execution. The provided arguments will be assembled together into a string using fmt.Sprintf().

func (*C) GetTestLog

func (c *C) GetTestLog() string

Return the current test error output.

func (*C) Log

func (c *C) Log(args ...interface{})

Log some information into the test error output. The provided arguments will be assembled together into a string using fmt.Sprint().

func (*C) Logf

func (c *C) Logf(format string, args ...interface{})

Log some information into the test error output. The provided arguments will be assembled together into a string using fmt.Sprintf().

func (*C) MkDir

func (c *C) MkDir() string

Create a new temporary directory which is automatically removed after the suite finishes running.

func (*C) Output

func (c *C) Output(calldepth int, s string) error

Output enables *C to be used as a logger in functions that require only the minimum interface of *log.Logger.

func (*C) ResetTimer

func (c *C) ResetTimer()

ResetTimer sets the elapsed benchmark time to zero. It does not affect whether the timer is running.

func (*C) SetBytes

func (c *C) SetBytes(n int64)

SetBytes informs the number of bytes that the benchmark processes on each iteration. If this is called in a benchmark it will also report MB/s.

func (*C) Skip

func (c *C) Skip(reason string)

Skip the running test, for the given reason. If used within SetUpTest, the individual test being set up will be skipped, and in SetUpSuite it will cause the whole suite to be skipped.

func (*C) StartTimer

func (c *C) StartTimer()

StartTimer starts timing a test. This function is called automatically before a benchmark starts, but it can also used to resume timing after a call to StopTimer.

func (*C) StopTimer

func (c *C) StopTimer()

StopTimer stops timing a test. This can be used to pause the timer while performing complex initialization that you don't want to measure.

func (*C) Succeed

func (c *C) Succeed()

Mark the currently running test as succeeded, undoing any previous failures.

func (*C) SucceedNow

func (c *C) SucceedNow()

Mark the currently running test as succeeded, undoing any previous failures, and stop running the test.

type Checker

type Checker interface {
    Info() *CheckerInfo
    Check(params []interface{}, names []string) (result bool, error string)
}

The Checker interface must be provided by checkers used with the Assert and Check verification methods.

var DeepEquals Checker = &deepEqualsChecker{
    &CheckerInfo{Name: "DeepEquals", Params: []string{"obtained", "expected"}},
}

The DeepEquals checker verifies that the obtained value is deep-equal to the expected value. The check will work correctly even when facing slices, interfaces, and values of different types (which always fail the test).

For example:

c.Assert(value, DeepEquals, 42)
c.Assert(array, DeepEquals, []string{"hi", "there"})
var Equals Checker = &equalsChecker{
    &CheckerInfo{Name: "Equals", Params: []string{"obtained", "expected"}},
}

The Equals checker verifies that the obtained value is equal to the expected value, according to usual Go semantics for ==.

For example:

c.Assert(value, Equals, 42)
var ErrorMatches Checker = errorMatchesChecker{
    &CheckerInfo{Name: "ErrorMatches", Params: []string{"value", "regex"}},
}

The ErrorMatches checker verifies that the error value is non nil and matches the regular expression provided.

For example:

c.Assert(err, ErrorMatches, "perm.*denied")
var FitsTypeOf Checker = &fitsTypeChecker{
    &CheckerInfo{Name: "FitsTypeOf", Params: []string{"obtained", "sample"}},
}

The FitsTypeOf checker verifies that the obtained value is assignable to a variable with the same type as the provided sample value.

For example:

c.Assert(value, FitsTypeOf, int64(0))
c.Assert(value, FitsTypeOf, os.Error(nil))
var HasLen Checker = &hasLenChecker{
    &CheckerInfo{Name: "HasLen", Params: []string{"obtained", "n"}},
}

The HasLen checker verifies that the obtained value has the provided length. In many cases this is superior to using Equals in conjuction with the len function because in case the check fails the value itself will be printed, instead of its length, providing more details for figuring the problem.

For example:

c.Assert(list, HasLen, 5)
var Implements Checker = &implementsChecker{
    &CheckerInfo{Name: "Implements", Params: []string{"obtained", "ifaceptr"}},
}

The Implements checker verifies that the obtained value implements the interface specified via a pointer to an interface variable.

For example:

var e os.Error
c.Assert(err, Implements, &e)
var IsNil Checker = &isNilChecker{
    &CheckerInfo{Name: "IsNil", Params: []string{"value"}},
}

The IsNil checker tests whether the obtained value is nil.

For example:

c.Assert(err, IsNil)
var Matches Checker = &matchesChecker{
    &CheckerInfo{Name: "Matches", Params: []string{"value", "regex"}},
}

The Matches checker verifies that the string provided as the obtained value (or the string resulting from obtained.String()) matches the regular expression provided.

For example:

c.Assert(err, Matches, "perm.*denied")
var NotNil Checker = &notNilChecker{
    &CheckerInfo{Name: "NotNil", Params: []string{"value"}},
}

The NotNil checker verifies that the obtained value is not nil.

For example:

c.Assert(iface, NotNil)

This is an alias for Not(IsNil), made available since it's a fairly common check.

var PanicMatches Checker = &panicMatchesChecker{
    &CheckerInfo{Name: "PanicMatches", Params: []string{"function", "expected"}},
}

The PanicMatches checker verifies that calling the provided zero-argument function will cause a panic with an error value matching the regular expression provided.

For example:

c.Assert(func() { f(1, 2) }, PanicMatches, `open.*: no such file or directory`).
var Panics Checker = &panicsChecker{
    &CheckerInfo{Name: "Panics", Params: []string{"function", "expected"}},
}

The Panics checker verifies that calling the provided zero-argument function will cause a panic which is deep-equal to the provided value.

For example:

c.Assert(func() { f(1, 2) }, Panics, &SomeErrorType{"BOOM"}).

func Not

func Not(checker Checker) Checker

The Not checker inverts the logic of the provided checker. The resulting checker will succeed where the original one failed, and vice-versa.

For example:

c.Assert(a, Not(Equals), b)

type CheckerInfo

type CheckerInfo struct {
    Name   string
    Params []string
}

See the Checker interface.

func (*CheckerInfo) Info

func (info *CheckerInfo) Info() *CheckerInfo

type CommentInterface

type CommentInterface interface {
    CheckCommentString() string
}

CommentInterface must be implemented by types that attach extra information to failed checks. See the Commentf function for details.

func Commentf

func Commentf(format string, args ...interface{}) CommentInterface

Commentf returns an infomational value to use with Assert or Check calls. If the checker test fails, the provided arguments will be passed to fmt.Sprintf, and will be presented next to the logged failure.

For example:

c.Assert(v, Equals, 42, Commentf("Iteration #%d failed.", i))

Note that if the comment is constant, a better option is to simply use a normal comment right above or next to the line, as it will also get printed with any errors:

c.Assert(l, Equals, 8192) // Ensure buffer size is correct (bug #123)

type Result

type Result struct {
    Succeeded        int
    Failed           int
    Skipped          int
    Panicked         int
    FixturePanicked  int
    ExpectedFailures int
    Missed           int   // Not even tried to run, related to a panic in the fixture.
    RunError         error // Houston, we've got a problem.
}

func Run

func Run(suite interface{}, runConf *RunConf) *Result

Run runs the given test suite using the provided run configuration.

func RunAll

func RunAll(runConf *RunConf) *Result

RunAll runs all test suites registered with the Suite() function, using the given run configuration.

func (*Result) Add

func (r *Result) Add(other *Result)

func (*Result) Passed

func (r *Result) Passed() bool

func (*Result) String

func (r *Result) String() string

type RunConf

type RunConf struct {
    Output        io.Writer
    Stream        bool
    Verbose       bool
    Filter        string
    Benchmark     bool
    BenchmarkTime time.Duration // Defaults to 1 second
}

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