How to use expected method of io.kotest.engine.teamcity.TeamCityMessageBuilder class

Best Kotest code snippet using io.kotest.engine.teamcity.TeamCityMessageBuilder.expected


Source:TeamCityMessageBuilder.kt Github


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...67 }68 }69 object Attributes {70 const val ACTUAL = "actual"71 const val EXPECTED = "expected"72 const val LOCATION_HINT = "locationHint"73 const val NAME = "name"74 const val DURATION = "duration"75 const val TIMESTAMP = "timestamp"76 const val TYPE = "type"77 const val DETAILS = "details"78 const val MESSAGE = "message"79 const val PARENT_ID = "parent_id"80 const val ID = "id"81 const val RESULT_STATUS = "result_status"82 }83 object Messages {84 const val TEST_SUITE_STARTED = "testSuiteStarted"85 const val TEST_SUITE_FINISHED = "testSuiteFinished"86 const val TEST_STARTED = "testStarted"87 const val TEST_FINISHED = "testFinished"88 const val TEST_IGNORED = "testIgnored"89 const val TEST_STD_OUT = "testStdOut"90 const val TEST_STD_ERR = "testStdErr"91 const val TEST_FAILED = "testFailed"92 }93 private val myText = StringBuilder(prefix).append("[$messageName")94 fun addAttribute(name: String, value: String): TeamCityMessageBuilder {95 myText96 .append(' ')97 .append(name).append("='")98 .append(Escaper.escapeForTeamCity(value))99 .append("'")100 return this101 }102 fun message(value: String?): TeamCityMessageBuilder =103 if (value != null) addAttribute(Attributes.MESSAGE, value.trim()) else this104 fun details(value: String?): TeamCityMessageBuilder =105 if (value != null) addAttribute(Attributes.DETAILS, value.trim()) else this106 fun type(value: String): TeamCityMessageBuilder = addAttribute(Attributes.TYPE, value.trim())107 fun actual(value: String): TeamCityMessageBuilder = addAttribute(Attributes.ACTUAL, value.trim())108 fun expected(value: String): TeamCityMessageBuilder = addAttribute(Attributes.EXPECTED, value.trim())109 fun result(value: TestResult): TeamCityMessageBuilder = addAttribute(Attributes.RESULT_STATUS, fun locationHint(value: String?): TeamCityMessageBuilder =111 if (value != null) addAttribute(Attributes.LOCATION_HINT, value) else this112 // note it seems that not attaching a message renders test failed irrelevant113 fun withException(error: Throwable?, showDetails: Boolean = true): TeamCityMessageBuilder {114 if (error == null) return this115 val line1 = error.message?.trim()?.lines()?.firstOrNull()116 val message = if (line1.isNullOrBlank()) "Test failed" else line1117 message(escapeColons(message))118 if (showDetails)119 details(escapeColons(error.stackTraceToString()))120 when (error) {121 is ComparisonError -> type("comparisonFailure").actual(error.actualValue).expected(error.expectedValue)122 }123 return this124 }125 // sets the test's parents id126 fun parent(value: String): TeamCityMessageBuilder = addAttribute(Attributes.PARENT_ID, value)127 // sets a unique parsable id for this test128 fun id(value: String): TeamCityMessageBuilder = addAttribute(Attributes.ID, value)129 // workaround for TC colon issue, see main javadoc130 fun escapeColons(value: String) = when (escapeColons) {131 true -> value.replace(":", "\u02D0")132 false -> value133 }134 fun duration(duration: Duration): TeamCityMessageBuilder =135 addAttribute(Attributes.DURATION, duration.inWholeMilliseconds.toString())...

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Source:TeamCityMessageBuilderTest.kt Github


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...5import kotlin.time.Duration.Companion.milliseconds6class TeamCityMessageBuilderTest : ShouldSpec({7 should("escape brackets in messages") {8 val msg = TeamCityMessageBuilder.testFailed("testcity", "escape brackets")9 .message("expected:<[foo]> but was:<[bar]>")10 .duration(67.milliseconds)11 .build()12 msg shouldBe """testcity[testFailed name='escape brackets' message='expected:<|[foo|]> but was:<|[bar|]>' duration='67']"""13 }14 should("escape quotes in messages") {15 val msg = TeamCityMessageBuilder.testFailed("testcity", "escape quotes")16 .message("foo'bar")17 .duration(67.milliseconds)18 .build()19 msg shouldBe """testcity[testFailed name='escape quotes' message='foo|'bar' duration='67']"""20 }21 should("escape quotes in names") {22 val msg = TeamCityMessageBuilder.testFailed("testcity", "isn't busy")23 .message("foo'bar")24 .duration(67.milliseconds)25 .build()26 msg shouldBe """testcity[testFailed name='isn|'t busy' message='foo|'bar' duration='67']"""27 }28 should("escape new lines") {29 val msg = TeamCityMessageBuilder.testFailed("testcity", "escape brackets")30 .message(31 """32qweqwe33ewr34ret35"""36 )37 .duration(67.milliseconds)38 .build()39 msg shouldBe """testcity[testFailed name='escape brackets' message='qweqwe|newr|nret' duration='67']"""40 }41 should("support comparison values") {42 val msg = TeamCityMessageBuilder.testFailed("testcity", "support comparison values")43 .type("comparisonFailure")44 .message("test failed")45 .actual("act")46 .expected("exp")47 .duration(44.milliseconds)48 .build()49 msg shouldBe """testcity[testFailed name='support comparison values' type='comparisonFailure' message='test failed' actual='act' expected='exp' duration='44']"""50 }51})...

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