How to use as_long_as_the_async_world_has_not_come_to_an_end method of NSpec.Tests.WhenRunningSpecs.BeforeAndAfter.SpecClass class

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async_before_and_after.cs

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1using FluentAssertions;
2using NUnit.Framework;
3using System.Threading.Tasks;
4
5namespace NSpec.Tests.WhenRunningSpecs.BeforeAndAfter
6{
7    [TestFixture]
8    [Category("RunningSpecs")]
9    [Category("Async")]
10    public class async_before_and_after : when_running_specs
11    {
12        class SpecClass : sequence_spec
13        {
14            void as_long_as_the_async_world_has_not_come_to_an_end()
15            {
16                beforeAllAsync = async () => await Task.Run(() => sequence = "A");
17                beforeAsync = async () => await Task.Run(() => sequence += "B");
18                itAsync["spec 1"] = async () => await Task.Run(() => sequence += "1");
19                itAsync["spec 2"] = async () => await Task.Run(() => sequence += "2"); //two specs cause before_each and after_each to run twice
20                afterAsync = async () => await Task.Run(() => sequence += "C");
21                afterAllAsync = async () => await Task.Run(() => sequence += "D");
22            }
23        }
24
25        [Test]
26        public void everything_async_runs_in_the_correct_order_and_with_the_correct_frequency()
27        {
28            Run(typeof(SpecClass));
29
30            SpecClass.sequence.Should().Be("AB1CB2CD");
31        }
32    }
33
34    [TestFixture]
35    [Category("RunningSpecs")]
36    [Category("Async")]
37    public class async_before_and_after_aliases : when_running_specs
38    {
39        class SpecClass : sequence_spec
40        {
41            void as_long_as_the_async_world_has_not_come_to_an_end()
42            {
43                beforeAllAsync = async () => await Task.Run(() => sequence = "A");
44                beforeEachAsync = async () => await Task.Run(() => sequence += "B");
45                itAsync["spec 1"] = async () => await Task.Run(() => sequence += "1");
46                itAsync["spec 2"] = async () => await Task.Run(() => sequence += "2"); //two specs cause before_each and after_each to run twice
47                afterEachAsync = async () => await Task.Run(() => sequence += "C");
48                afterAllAsync = async () => await Task.Run(() => sequence += "D");
49            }
50        }
51
52        [Test]
53        public void everything_async_runs_in_the_correct_order_and_with_the_correct_frequency()
54        {
55            Run(typeof(SpecClass));
56
57            SpecClass.sequence.Should().Be("AB1CB2CD");
58        }
59    }
60}
61
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