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package skip

import "gotest.tools/skip"

Package skip provides functions for skipping a test and printing the source code of the condition used to skip the test.

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skip.go

func If Uses

func If(t skipT, condition BoolOrCheckFunc, msgAndArgs ...interface{})

If the condition expression evaluates to true, skip the test.

The condition argument may be one of three types: bool, func() bool, or func() SkipResult. When called with a bool, the test will be skip if the condition evaluates to true. When called with a func() bool, the test will be skip if the function returns true. When called with a func() Result, the test will be skip if the Skip method of the result returns true. The skip message will contain the source code of the expression. Extra message text can be passed as a format string with args.

Code:

//   --- SKIP: TestName (0.00s)
//           skip.go:19: MissingFeature
skip.If(t, MissingFeature)

//   --- SKIP: TestName (0.00s)
//           skip.go:19: MissingFeature: coming soon
skip.If(t, MissingFeature, "coming soon")

Code:

//   --- SKIP: TestName (0.00s)
//           skip.go:19: apiVersion < version("v1.24")
skip.If(t, apiVersion < version("v1.24"))

//   --- SKIP: TestName (0.00s)
//           skip.go:19: !textenv.hasFeature("build"): coming soon
skip.If(t, !testEnv.hasFeature("build"), "coming soon")

type BoolOrCheckFunc Uses

type BoolOrCheckFunc interface{}

BoolOrCheckFunc can be a bool, func() bool, or func() Result. Other types will panic

type Result Uses

type Result interface {
    Skip() bool
    Message() string
}

Result of skip function

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