How to use method of org.easymock.internal.ReplayState class

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1/*
2 * Copyright (c) 2001-2007 OFFIS, Tammo Freese.
3 * This program is made available under the terms of the MIT License.
4 */
5package org.easymock.tests;
6
7import org.easymock.MockControl;
8import org.easymock.internal.MocksBehavior;
9import org.easymock.internal.ReplayState;
10import org.easymock.internal.RuntimeExceptionWrapper;
11import org.junit.Before;
12import org.junit.Test;
13
14public class ReplayStateInvalidCallsTest {
15
16    private ReplayState control;
17
18    private Exception exception;
19
20    @Before
21    public void setUp() {
22        exception = new Exception();
23        control = new ReplayState(new MocksBehavior(false));
24    }
25
26    @Test(expected = RuntimeExceptionWrapper.class)
27    public void expectAndThrowLongWithMinMax() {
28        control.andThrow(exception);
29    }
30
31    @Test(expected = RuntimeExceptionWrapper.class)
32    public void expectAndReturnObjectWithMinMax() {
33        control.andReturn("");
34    }
35
36    @Test(expected = RuntimeExceptionWrapper.class)
37    public void setDefaultMatcher() {
38        control.setDefaultMatcher(MockControl.ARRAY_MATCHER);
39    }
40
41    @Test(expected = RuntimeExceptionWrapper.class)
42    public void asStub() {
43        control.asStub();
44    }
45
46    @Test(expected = RuntimeExceptionWrapper.class)
47    public void setMatcher() {
48        control.setMatcher(null, MockControl.ARRAY_MATCHER);
49    }
50
51    @Test(expected = RuntimeExceptionWrapper.class)
52    public void setDefaultReturnValue() {
53        control.setDefaultReturnValue("");
54    }
55
56    @Test(expected = RuntimeExceptionWrapper.class)
57    public void setDefaultThrowable() {
58        control.setDefaultThrowable(exception);
59    }
60
61    @Test(expected = RuntimeExceptionWrapper.class)
62    public void setDefaultVoidCallable() {
63        control.setDefaultVoidCallable();
64    }
65
66    @Test(expected = RuntimeExceptionWrapper.class)
67    public void replay() {
68        control.replay();
69    }
70
71    @Test(expected = RuntimeExceptionWrapper.class)
72    public void checkOrder() {
73        control.checkOrder(true);
74    }
75
76    @Test(expected = RuntimeExceptionWrapper.class)
77    public void andStubReturn() {
78        control.andStubReturn("7");
79    }
80
81    @Test(expected = RuntimeExceptionWrapper.class)
82    public void andStubThrow() {
83        control.andStubThrow(new RuntimeException());
84    }
85
86    @Test(expected = RuntimeExceptionWrapper.class)
87    public void andStubAnswer() {
88        control.andStubAnswer(null);
89    }
90
91    @Test(expected = RuntimeExceptionWrapper.class)
92    public void times() {
93        control.times(MockControl.ONE);
94    }
95
96    @Test(expected = RuntimeExceptionWrapper.class)
97    public void callback() {
98        control.callback(new Runnable() {
99            public void run() {
100            };
101        });
102    }
103
104    @Test(expected = RuntimeExceptionWrapper.class)
105    public void andReturn() {
106        control.andReturn(null);
107    }
108
109    @Test(expected = RuntimeExceptionWrapper.class)
110    public void andThrow() {
111        control.andThrow(new RuntimeException());
112    }
113
114    @Test(expected = RuntimeExceptionWrapper.class)
115    public void andAnswer() {
116        control.andAnswer(null);
117    }
118
119    @Test(expected = RuntimeExceptionWrapper.class)
120    public void defaultThrowable() {
121        control.setDefaultThrowable(new RuntimeException());
122    }
123
124    @Test(expected = RuntimeExceptionWrapper.class)
125    public void defaultReturnValue() {
126        control.setDefaultReturnValue(null);
127    }
128
129    @Test(expected = RuntimeExceptionWrapper.class)
130    public void defaultVoidCallable() {
131        control.setDefaultVoidCallable();
132    }
133}
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