How to use InvalidFileFilter method of types Package

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file_filter.go

Source: file_filter.go Github

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1package types
2
3import (
4	"regexp"
5	"strconv"
6	"strings"
7)
8
9func ParseFileFilters(filters []string) (FileFilters, error) {
10	ffs := FileFilters{}
11	for _, filter := range filters {
12		ff := FileFilter{}
13		if filter == "" {
14			return nil, GinkgoErrors.InvalidFileFilter(filter)
15		}
16		components := strings.Split(filter, ":")
17		if !(len(components) == 1 || len(components) == 2) {
18			return nil, GinkgoErrors.InvalidFileFilter(filter)
19		}
20
21		var err error
22		ff.Filename, err = regexp.Compile(components[0])
23		if err != nil {
24			return nil, err
25		}
26		if len(components) == 2 {
27			lineFilters := strings.Split(components[1], ",")
28			for _, lineFilter := range lineFilters {
29				components := strings.Split(lineFilter, "-")
30				if len(components) == 1 {
31					line, err := strconv.Atoi(strings.TrimSpace(components[0]))
32					if err != nil {
33						return nil, GinkgoErrors.InvalidFileFilter(filter)
34					}
35					ff.LineFilters = append(ff.LineFilters, LineFilter{line, line + 1})
36				} else if len(components) == 2 {
37					line1, err := strconv.Atoi(strings.TrimSpace(components[0]))
38					if err != nil {
39						return nil, GinkgoErrors.InvalidFileFilter(filter)
40					}
41					line2, err := strconv.Atoi(strings.TrimSpace(components[1]))
42					if err != nil {
43						return nil, GinkgoErrors.InvalidFileFilter(filter)
44					}
45					ff.LineFilters = append(ff.LineFilters, LineFilter{line1, line2})
46				} else {
47					return nil, GinkgoErrors.InvalidFileFilter(filter)
48				}
49			}
50		}
51		ffs = append(ffs, ff)
52	}
53	return ffs, nil
54}
55
56type FileFilter struct {
57	Filename    *regexp.Regexp
58	LineFilters LineFilters
59}
60
61func (f FileFilter) Matches(locations []CodeLocation) bool {
62	for _, location := range locations {
63		if f.Filename.MatchString(location.FileName) &&
64			f.LineFilters.Matches(location.LineNumber) {
65			return true
66		}
67
68	}
69	return false
70}
71
72type FileFilters []FileFilter
73
74func (ffs FileFilters) Matches(locations []CodeLocation) bool {
75	for _, ff := range ffs {
76		if ff.Matches(locations) {
77			return true
78		}
79	}
80
81	return false
82}
83
84type LineFilter struct {
85	Min int
86	Max int
87}
88
89func (lf LineFilter) Matches(line int) bool {
90	return lf.Min <= line && line < lf.Max
91}
92
93type LineFilters []LineFilter
94
95func (lfs LineFilters) Matches(line int) bool {
96	if len(lfs) == 0 {
97		return true
98	}
99
100	for _, lf := range lfs {
101		if lf.Matches(line) {
102			return true
103		}
104	}
105	return false
106}
107
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