gotest.tools: gotest.tools/fs Index | Examples | Files

package fs

import "gotest.tools/fs"

Package fs provides tools for creating temporary files, and testing the contents and structure of a directory.

Index

Examples

Package Files

file.go manifest.go manifest_unix.go ops.go path.go report.go

func Equal Uses

func Equal(path string, expected Manifest) cmp.Comparison

Equal compares a directory to the expected structured described by a manifest and returns success if they match. If they do not match the failure message will contain all the differences between the directory structure and the expected structure defined by the Manifest.

Equal is a cmp.Comparison which can be used with assert.Assert().

Test that a directory contains the expected files, and all the files have the expected properties.

Code:

path := operationWhichCreatesFiles()
expected := fs.Expected(t,
    fs.WithFile("one", "",
        fs.WithBytes(golden.Get(t, "one.golden")),
        fs.WithMode(0600)),
    fs.WithDir("data",
        fs.WithFile("config", "", fs.MatchAnyFileContent)))

assert.Assert(t, fs.Equal(path, expected))

func MatchAnyFileContent Uses

func MatchAnyFileContent(path Path) error

MatchAnyFileContent is a PathOp that updates a Manifest so that the file at path may contain any content.

func MatchAnyFileMode Uses

func MatchAnyFileMode(path Path) error

MatchAnyFileMode is a PathOp that updates a Manifest so that the resource at path will match any file mode.

func MatchContentIgnoreCarriageReturn Uses

func MatchContentIgnoreCarriageReturn(path Path) error

MatchContentIgnoreCarriageReturn is a PathOp that ignores cariage return discrepancies.

func MatchExtraFiles Uses

func MatchExtraFiles(path Path) error

MatchExtraFiles is a PathOp that updates a Manifest to allow a directory to contain unspecified files.

type Dir Uses

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

Dir is a temporary directory

func NewDir Uses

func NewDir(t assert.TestingT, prefix string, ops ...PathOp) *Dir

NewDir returns a new temporary directory using prefix as part of the directory name. The PathOps are applied before returning the Dir.

Create a temporary directory which contains a single file

Code:

dir := fs.NewDir(t, "test-name", fs.WithFile("file1", "content\n"))
defer dir.Remove()

files, err := ioutil.ReadDir(dir.Path())
assert.NilError(t, err)
assert.Assert(t, cmp.Len(files, 0))

func (*Dir) Join Uses

func (d *Dir) Join(parts ...string) string

Join returns a new path with this directory as the base of the path

func (*Dir) Path Uses

func (d *Dir) Path() string

Path returns the full path to the directory

func (*Dir) Remove Uses

func (d *Dir) Remove()

Remove the directory

type File Uses

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

File is a temporary file on the filesystem

func NewFile Uses

func NewFile(t assert.TestingT, prefix string, ops ...PathOp) *File

NewFile creates a new file in a temporary directory using prefix as part of the filename. The PathOps are applied to the before returning the File.

Create a new file with some content

Code:

file := fs.NewFile(t, "test-name", fs.WithContent("content\n"), fs.AsUser(0, 0))
defer file.Remove()

content, err := ioutil.ReadFile(file.Path())
assert.NilError(t, err)
assert.Equal(t, "content\n", content)

func (*File) Path Uses

func (f *File) Path() string

Path returns the full path to the file

func (*File) Remove Uses

func (f *File) Remove()

Remove the file

type Manifest Uses

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

Manifest stores the expected structure and properties of files and directories in a filesystem.

func Expected Uses

func Expected(t assert.TestingT, ops ...PathOp) Manifest

Expected returns a Manifest with a directory structured created by ops. The PathOp operations are applied to the manifest as expectations of the filesystem structure and properties.

func ManifestFromDir Uses

func ManifestFromDir(t assert.TestingT, path string) Manifest

ManifestFromDir creates a Manifest by reading the directory at path. The manifest stores the structure and properties of files in the directory. ManifestFromDir can be used with Equal to compare two directories.

type Path Uses

type Path interface {
    Path() string
    Remove()
}

Path objects return their filesystem path. Path may be implemented by a real filesystem object (such as File and Dir) or by a type which updates entries in a Manifest.

type PathOp Uses

type PathOp func(path Path) error

PathOp is a function which accepts a Path and performs an operation on that path. When called with real filesystem objects (File or Dir) a PathOp modifies the filesystem at the path. When used with a Manifest object a PathOp updates the manifest to expect a value.

func AsUser Uses

func AsUser(uid, gid int) PathOp

AsUser changes ownership of the file system object at Path

func FromDir Uses

func FromDir(source string) PathOp

FromDir copies the directory tree from the source path into the new Dir

func WithBytes Uses

func WithBytes(raw []byte) PathOp

WithBytes write bytes to a file at Path

func WithContent Uses

func WithContent(content string) PathOp

WithContent writes content to a file at Path

func WithDir Uses

func WithDir(name string, ops ...PathOp) PathOp

WithDir creates a subdirectory in the directory at path. Additional PathOp can be used to modify the subdirectory

Create a directory and subdirectory with files

Code:

dir := fs.NewDir(t, "test-name",
    fs.WithDir("subdir",
        fs.WithMode(os.FileMode(0700)),
        fs.WithFile("file1", "content\n")),
)
defer dir.Remove()

func WithFile Uses

func WithFile(filename, content string, ops ...PathOp) PathOp

WithFile creates a file in the directory at path with content

func WithFiles Uses

func WithFiles(files map[string]string) PathOp

WithFiles creates all the files in the directory at path with their content

func WithHardlink(path, target string) PathOp

WithHardlink creates a link in the directory which links to target. Target must be a path relative to the directory.

Note: the argument order is the inverse of os.Link to be consistent with the other functions in this package.

func WithMode Uses

func WithMode(mode os.FileMode) PathOp

WithMode sets the file mode on the directory or file at path

func WithSymlink(path, target string) PathOp

WithSymlink creates a symlink in the directory which links to target. Target must be a path relative to the directory.

Note: the argument order is the inverse of os.Symlink to be consistent with the other functions in this package.

func WithTimestamps Uses

func WithTimestamps(atime, mtime time.Time) PathOp

WithTimestamps sets the access and modification times of the file system object at path.

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