How to use Fail method of got_test Package

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each_test.go

Source: each_test.go Github

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1package got_test
2
3import (
4	"testing"
5
6	"github.com/ysmood/got"
7)
8
9func TestEach(t *testing.T) {
10	count := got.Each(t, StructVal{val: 1})
11	got.New(t).Eq(count, 2)
12}
13
14type StructVal struct {
15	got.G
16	val int
17}
18
19func (c StructVal) Normal() {
20	c.Eq(c.val, 1)
21}
22
23func (c StructVal) ExtraInOut(int) int {
24	c.Eq(c.val, 1)
25	return 0
26}
27
28func (c StructVal) TestSkip(got.Skip) {
29}
30
31func TestEachEmbedded(t *testing.T) {
32	got.Each(t, Container{})
33}
34
35type Container struct {
36	Embedded
37}
38
39func (c Container) A() { c.Fail() }
40func (c Container) B() {}
41
42type Embedded struct {
43	*testing.T
44}
45
46func (c Embedded) A() {}
47func (c Embedded) C() { c.Fail() }
48
49func TestEachWithOnly(t *testing.T) {
50	got.Each(t, Only{})
51}
52
53type Only struct {
54	*testing.T
55}
56
57func (c Only) A(got.Only) {}
58func (c Only) B()         { panic("") }
59
60func TestEachErr(t *testing.T) {
61	as := got.New(t)
62	m := &mock{t: t}
63
64	as.Panic(func() {
65		got.Each(m, nil)
66	})
67	m.check("iteratee shouldn't be nil")
68
69	as.Panic(func() {
70		got.Each(m, 1)
71	})
72	m.check("iteratee <int> should be a struct or <func(got.Testable) Ctx>")
73
74	it := func() Err { return Err{} }
75	as.Panic(func() {
76		got.Each(m, it)
77	})
78	m.check("iteratee <func() got_test.Err> should be a struct or <func(got.Testable) Ctx>")
79}
80
81type Err struct {
82}
83
84func (s Err) A(int) {}
85
86func TestPanicAsFailure(t *testing.T) {
87	as := got.New(t)
88
89	m := &mock{t: t}
90	it := func(t *mock) PanicAsFailure { return PanicAsFailure{} }
91	as.Eq(got.Each(m, it), 2)
92	as.True(m.failed)
93	as.Has(m.msg, "[panic] err")
94}
95
96type PanicAsFailure struct {
97}
98
99func (p PanicAsFailure) A() {
100	panic("err")
101}
102
103func (p PanicAsFailure) B() {
104}
105
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setup_test.go

Source: setup_test.go Github

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1package got_test
2
3import (
4	"fmt"
5	"sync"
6	"testing"
7
8	"github.com/ysmood/got"
9	"github.com/ysmood/got/lib/gop"
10)
11
12var setup = got.Setup(func(g got.G) {
13	g.Parallel()
14})
15
16var _ got.Testable = &mock{}
17
18type mock struct {
19	sync.Mutex
20	t           *testing.T
21	failed      bool
22	skipped     bool
23	msg         string
24	cleanupList []func()
25	recover     bool
26}
27
28func (m *mock) Name() string     { return "mock" }
29func (m *mock) Skipped() bool    { return m.skipped }
30func (m *mock) Failed() bool     { return m.failed }
31func (m *mock) Helper()          {}
32func (m *mock) Cleanup(f func()) { m.cleanupList = append([]func(){f}, m.cleanupList...) }
33func (m *mock) SkipNow()         {}
34func (m *mock) Fail()            { m.failed = true }
35
36func (m *mock) FailNow() {
37	m.Lock()
38	defer m.Unlock()
39
40	m.failed = true
41	if !m.recover {
42		panic("fail now")
43	}
44	m.recover = false
45}
46
47func (m *mock) Logf(format string, args ...interface{}) {
48	m.Lock()
49	defer m.Unlock()
50
51	if m.msg != "" {
52		m.msg += "\n"
53	}
54
55	m.msg += fmt.Sprintf(format, args...)
56}
57
58func (m *mock) Run(name string, fn func(*mock)) {
59	fn(m)
60}
61
62func (m *mock) cleanup() {
63	for _, f := range m.cleanupList {
64		f()
65	}
66	m.cleanupList = nil
67}
68
69func (m *mock) check(expected string) {
70	m.t.Helper()
71	m.checkWithStyle(false, expected)
72}
73
74func (m *mock) checkWithStyle(visualizeStyle bool, expected string) {
75	m.Lock()
76	defer m.Unlock()
77
78	m.t.Helper()
79
80	if !m.failed {
81		m.t.Error("should fail")
82	}
83
84	msg := ""
85	if visualizeStyle {
86		msg = gop.VisualizeANSI(m.msg)
87	} else {
88		msg = gop.StripANSI(m.msg)
89	}
90
91	if msg != expected {
92		m.t.Errorf("\n\n[[[msg]]]\n\n%s\n\n[[[doesn't equal]]]\n\n%s\n\n", msg, expected)
93	}
94
95	m.failed = false
96	m.msg = ""
97}
98
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