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package require

import "github.com/hhkbp2/testify/require"

Alternative testing tools which stop test execution if test failed.

Example Usage

The following is a complete example using require in a standard test function:

import (
  "testing"
  "github.com/stretchr/testify/require"
)

func TestSomething(t *testing.T) {

  var a string = "Hello"
  var b string = "Hello"

  require.Equal(t, a, b, "The two words should be the same.")

}

Assertions

The `require` package have same global functions as in the `assert` package, but instead of returning a boolean result they call `t.FailNow()`.

Every assertion function also takes an optional string message as the final argument, allowing custom error messages to be appended to the message the assertion method outputs.

Here is an overview of the assert functions:

   require.Equal(t, expected, actual [, message [, format-args])

   require.NotEqual(t, notExpected, actual [, message [, format-args]])

   require.True(t, actualBool [, message [, format-args]])

   require.False(t, actualBool [, message [, format-args]])

   require.Nil(t, actualObject [, message [, format-args]])

   require.NotNil(t, actualObject [, message [, format-args]])

   require.Empty(t, actualObject [, message [, format-args]])

   require.NotEmpty(t, actualObject [, message [, format-args]])

   require.Error(t, errorObject [, message [, format-args]])

   require.NoError(t, errorObject [, message [, format-args]])

   require.EqualError(t, theError, errString [, message [, format-args]])

   require.Implements(t, (*MyInterface)(nil), new(MyObject) [,message [, format-args]])

   require.IsType(t, expectedObject, actualObject [, message [, format-args]])

   require.Contains(t, string, substring [, message [, format-args]])

   require.NotContains(t, string, substring [, message [, format-args]])

   require.Panics(t, func(){

	    // call code that should panic

   } [, message [, format-args]])

   require.NotPanics(t, func(){

	    // call code that should not panic

   } [, message [, format-args]])

   require.WithinDuration(t, timeA, timeB, deltaTime, [, message [, format-args]])

   require.InDelta(t, numA, numB, delta, [, message [, format-args]])

   require.InEpsilon(t, numA, numB, epsilon, [, message [, format-args]])

Index

Package Files

doc.go forward_requirements.go requirements.go

func Condition Uses

func Condition(t TestingT, comp assert.Comparison, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Condition uses a Comparison to assert a complex condition.

func Contains Uses

func Contains(t TestingT, s, contains interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Contains asserts that the specified string contains the specified substring.

require.Contains(t, "Hello World", "World", "But 'Hello World' does contain 'World'")

func Empty Uses

func Empty(t TestingT, object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Empty asserts that the specified object is empty. I.e. nil, "", false, 0 or either a slice or a channel with len == 0.

require.Empty(t, obj)

func Equal Uses

func Equal(t TestingT, expected, actual interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Equal asserts that two objects are equal.

require.Equal(t, 123, 123, "123 and 123 should be equal")

func EqualError Uses

func EqualError(t TestingT, theError error, errString string, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

EqualError asserts that a function returned an error (i.e. not `nil`) and that it is equal to the provided error.

actualObj, err := SomeFunction()
require.Error(t, err, "An error was expected")
require.Equal(t, err, expectedError)
}

func EqualValues Uses

func EqualValues(t TestingT, expected, actual interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

EqualValues asserts that two objects are equal or convertable to each other.

require.EqualValues(t, uint32(123), int32(123), "123 and 123 should be equal")

func Error Uses

func Error(t TestingT, err error, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Error asserts that a function returned an error (i.e. not `nil`).

actualObj, err := SomeFunction()
require.Error(t, err, "An error was expected")
require.Equal(t, err, expectedError)
}

func Exactly Uses

func Exactly(t TestingT, expected, actual interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Exactly asserts that two objects are equal is value and type.

require.Exactly(t, int32(123), int64(123), "123 and 123 should NOT be equal")

func FailNow Uses

func FailNow(t TestingT, failureMessage string, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Fail reports a failure through

func False Uses

func False(t TestingT, value bool, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

False asserts that the specified value is true.

require.False(t, myBool, "myBool should be false")

func Implements Uses

func Implements(t TestingT, interfaceObject interface{}, object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Implements asserts that an object is implemented by the specified interface.

require.Implements(t, (*MyInterface)(nil), new(MyObject), "MyObject")

func InDelta Uses

func InDelta(t TestingT, expected, actual interface{}, delta float64, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

InDelta asserts that the two numerals are within delta of each other.

require.InDelta(t, math.Pi, (22 / 7.0), 0.01)

func InEpsilon Uses

func InEpsilon(t TestingT, expected, actual interface{}, epsilon float64, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

InEpsilon asserts that expected and actual have a relative error less than epsilon

func IsType Uses

func IsType(t TestingT, expectedType interface{}, object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

IsType asserts that the specified objects are of the same type.

func Len Uses

func Len(t TestingT, object interface{}, length int, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Len asserts that the specified object has specific length. Len also fails if the object has a type that len() not accept.

require.Len(t, mySlice, 3, "The size of slice is not 3")

func Nil Uses

func Nil(t TestingT, object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Nil asserts that the specified object is nil.

require.Nil(t, err, "err should be nothing")

func NoError Uses

func NoError(t TestingT, err error, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

NoError asserts that a function returned no error (i.e. `nil`).

actualObj, err := SomeFunction()
require.NoError(t, err)
require.Equal(t, actualObj, expectedObj)

Returns whether the assertion was successful (true) or not (false).

func NotContains Uses

func NotContains(t TestingT, s, contains interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

NotContains asserts that the specified string does NOT contain the specified substring.

require.NotContains(t, "Hello World", "Earth", "But 'Hello World' does NOT contain 'Earth'")

func NotEmpty Uses

func NotEmpty(t TestingT, object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

NotEmpty asserts that the specified object is NOT empty. I.e. not nil, "", false, 0 or either a slice or a channel with len == 0.

require.NotEmpty(t, obj) require.Equal(t, "one", obj[0])

func NotEqual Uses

func NotEqual(t TestingT, expected, actual interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

NotEqual asserts that the specified values are NOT equal.

require.NotEqual(t, obj1, obj2, "two objects shouldn't be equal")

func NotNil Uses

func NotNil(t TestingT, object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

NotNil asserts that the specified object is not nil.

require.NotNil(t, err, "err should be something")

func NotPanics Uses

func NotPanics(t TestingT, f assert.PanicTestFunc, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

NotPanics asserts that the code inside the specified PanicTestFunc does NOT panic.

require.NotPanics(t, func(){
  RemainCalm()
}, "Calling RemainCalm() should NOT panic")

func NotRegexp Uses

func NotRegexp(t TestingT, rx interface{}, str interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

NotRegexp asserts that a specified regexp does not match a string.

require.NotRegexp(t, regexp.MustCompile("starts"), "it's starting")
require.NotRegexp(t, "^start", "it's not starting")

func Panics Uses

func Panics(t TestingT, f assert.PanicTestFunc, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Panics asserts that the code inside the specified PanicTestFunc panics.

require.Panics(t, func(){
  GoCrazy()
}, "Calling GoCrazy() should panic")

func Regexp Uses

func Regexp(t TestingT, rx interface{}, str interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Regexp asserts that a specified regexp matches a string.

require.Regexp(t, regexp.MustCompile("start"), "it's starting")
require.Regexp(t, "start...$", "it's not starting")

func True Uses

func True(t TestingT, value bool, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

True asserts that the specified value is true.

require.True(t, myBool, "myBool should be true")

func WithinDuration Uses

func WithinDuration(t TestingT, expected, actual time.Time, delta time.Duration, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

WithinDuration asserts that the two times are within duration delta of each other.

require.WithinDuration(t, time.Now(), time.Now(), 10*time.Second, "The difference should not be more than 10s")

type Assertions Uses

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

func New Uses

func New(t TestingT) *Assertions

func (*Assertions) Condition Uses

func (a *Assertions) Condition(comp assert.Comparison, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Uses a Comparison to assert a complex condition.

func (*Assertions) Contains Uses

func (a *Assertions) Contains(s, contains interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Contains asserts that the specified string contains the specified substring.

require.Contains("Hello World", "World", "But 'Hello World' does contain 'World'")

func (*Assertions) Empty Uses

func (a *Assertions) Empty(object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Empty asserts that the specified object is empty. I.e. nil, "", false, 0 or a slice with len == 0.

require.Empty(obj)

func (*Assertions) Equal Uses

func (a *Assertions) Equal(expected, actual interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Equal asserts that two objects are equal.

require.Equal(123, 123, "123 and 123 should be equal")

func (*Assertions) EqualError Uses

func (a *Assertions) EqualError(theError error, errString string, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

EqualError asserts that a function returned an error (i.e. not `nil`) and that it is equal to the provided error.

  actualObj, err := SomeFunction()
  if require.Error(err, "An error was expected") {
	   require.Equal(err, expectedError)
  }

func (*Assertions) Error Uses

func (a *Assertions) Error(theError error, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Error asserts that a function returned an error (i.e. not `nil`).

  actualObj, err := SomeFunction()
  if require.Error(err, "An error was expected") {
	   require.Equal(err, expectedError)
  }

func (*Assertions) Exactly Uses

func (a *Assertions) Exactly(expected, actual interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Exactly asserts that two objects are equal is value and type.

require.Exactly(int32(123), int64(123), "123 and 123 should NOT be equal")

func (*Assertions) Fail Uses

func (a *Assertions) Fail(failureMessage string, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Fail reports a failure through

func (*Assertions) False Uses

func (a *Assertions) False(value bool, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

False asserts that the specified value is true.

require.False(myBool, "myBool should be false")

func (*Assertions) Implements Uses

func (a *Assertions) Implements(interfaceObject interface{}, object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

func (*Assertions) InDelta Uses

func (a *Assertions) InDelta(expected, actual interface{}, delta float64, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

InDelta asserts that the two numerals are within delta of each other.

require.InDelta(t, math.Pi, (22 / 7.0), 0.01)

func (*Assertions) InEpsilon Uses

func (a *Assertions) InEpsilon(expected, actual interface{}, epsilon float64, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

InEpsilon asserts that expected and actual have a relative error less than epsilon

func (*Assertions) IsType Uses

func (a *Assertions) IsType(expectedType interface{}, object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

IsType asserts that the specified objects are of the same type.

func (*Assertions) Len Uses

func (a *Assertions) Len(object interface{}, length int, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Len asserts that the specified object has specific length. Len also fails if the object has a type that len() not accept.

require.Len(mySlice, 3, "The size of slice is not 3")

func (*Assertions) Nil Uses

func (a *Assertions) Nil(object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Nil asserts that the specified object is nil.

require.Nil(err, "err should be nothing")

func (*Assertions) NoError Uses

func (a *Assertions) NoError(theError error, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

NoError asserts that a function returned no error (i.e. `nil`).

  actualObj, err := SomeFunction()
  if require.NoError(err) {
	   require.Equal(actualObj, expectedObj)
  }

func (*Assertions) NotContains Uses

func (a *Assertions) NotContains(s, contains interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

NotContains asserts that the specified string does NOT contain the specified substring.

require.NotContains("Hello World", "Earth", "But 'Hello World' does NOT contain 'Earth'")

func (*Assertions) NotEmpty Uses

func (a *Assertions) NotEmpty(object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Empty asserts that the specified object is NOT empty. I.e. not nil, "", false, 0 or a slice with len == 0.

if require.NotEmpty(obj) {

require.Equal("two", obj[1])

}

func (*Assertions) NotEqual Uses

func (a *Assertions) NotEqual(expected, actual interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

NotEqual asserts that the specified values are NOT equal.

require.NotEqual(obj1, obj2, "two objects shouldn't be equal")

func (*Assertions) NotNil Uses

func (a *Assertions) NotNil(object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

NotNil asserts that the specified object is not nil.

require.NotNil(err, "err should be something")

func (*Assertions) NotPanics Uses

func (a *Assertions) NotPanics(f assert.PanicTestFunc, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

NotPanics asserts that the code inside the specified PanicTestFunc does NOT panic.

require.NotPanics(func(){
  RemainCalm()
}, "Calling RemainCalm() should NOT panic")

func (*Assertions) NotRegexp Uses

func (a *Assertions) NotRegexp(rx interface{}, str interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

NotRegexp asserts that a specified regexp does not match a string.

require.NotRegexp(t, regexp.MustCompile("starts"), "it's starting")
require.NotRegexp(t, "^start", "it's not starting")

func (*Assertions) Panics Uses

func (a *Assertions) Panics(f assert.PanicTestFunc, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Panics asserts that the code inside the specified PanicTestFunc panics.

require.Panics(func(){
  GoCrazy()
}, "Calling GoCrazy() should panic")

func (*Assertions) Regexp Uses

func (a *Assertions) Regexp(rx interface{}, str interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

Regexp asserts that a specified regexp matches a string.

require.Regexp(t, regexp.MustCompile("start"), "it's starting")
require.Regexp(t, "start...$", "it's not starting")

func (*Assertions) True Uses

func (a *Assertions) True(value bool, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

True asserts that the specified value is true.

require.True(myBool, "myBool should be true")

func (*Assertions) WithinDuration Uses

func (a *Assertions) WithinDuration(expected, actual time.Time, delta time.Duration, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

WithinDuration asserts that the two times are within duration delta of each other.

require.WithinDuration(time.Now(), time.Now(), 10*time.Second, "The difference should not be more than 10s")

type TestingT Uses

type TestingT interface {
    Errorf(format string, args ...interface{})
    FailNow()
}

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