How to use testToMatcher_CustomFailureMessage method of UserDescriptionTest class

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UserDescriptionTest.swift

Source: UserDescriptionTest.swift Github

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1import XCTest
2import Nimble
3
4final class UserDescriptionTest: XCTestCase, XCTestCaseProvider {
5    static var allTests: [(String, (UserDescriptionTest) -> () throws -> Void)] {
6        return [
7            ("testToMatcher_CustomFailureMessage", testToMatcher_CustomFailureMessage),
8            ("testNotToMatcher_CustomFailureMessage", testNotToMatcher_CustomFailureMessage),
9            ("testToNotMatcher_CustomFailureMessage", testToNotMatcher_CustomFailureMessage),
10            ("testToEventuallyMatch_CustomFailureMessage", testToEventuallyMatch_CustomFailureMessage),
11            ("testToEventuallyNotMatch_CustomFailureMessage", testToEventuallyNotMatch_CustomFailureMessage),
12            ("testToNotEventuallyMatch_CustomFailureMessage", testToNotEventuallyMatch_CustomFailureMessage),
13        ]
14    }
15    
16    func testToMatcher_CustomFailureMessage() {
17        failsWithErrorMessage(
18            "These aren't equal!\n" +
19            "expected to match, got <1>") {
20                expect(1).to(MatcherFunc { expr, failure in false }, description: "These aren't equal!")
21        }
22    }
23    
24    func testNotToMatcher_CustomFailureMessage() {
25        failsWithErrorMessage(
26            "These aren't equal!\n" +
27            "expected to not match, got <1>") {
28                expect(1).notTo(MatcherFunc { expr, failure in true }, description: "These aren't equal!")
29        }
30    }
31    
32    func testToNotMatcher_CustomFailureMessage() {
33        failsWithErrorMessage(
34            "These aren't equal!\n" +
35            "expected to not match, got <1>") {
36                expect(1).toNot(MatcherFunc { expr, failure in true }, description: "These aren't equal!")
37        }
38    }
39    
40    func testToEventuallyMatch_CustomFailureMessage() {
41        failsWithErrorMessage(
42            "These aren't eventually equal!\n" +
43            "expected to eventually equal <1>, got <0>") {
44                expect { 0 }.toEventually(equal(1), description: "These aren't eventually equal!")
45        }
46    }
47    
48    func testToEventuallyNotMatch_CustomFailureMessage() {
49        failsWithErrorMessage(
50            "These are eventually equal!\n" +
51            "expected to eventually not equal <1>, got <1>") {
52                expect { 1 }.toEventuallyNot(equal(1), description: "These are eventually equal!")
53        }
54    }
55    
56    func testToNotEventuallyMatch_CustomFailureMessage() {
57        failsWithErrorMessage(
58            "These are eventually equal!\n" +
59            "expected to eventually not equal <1>, got <1>") {
60                expect { 1 }.toEventuallyNot(equal(1), description: "These are eventually equal!")
61        }
62    }
63
64}
65
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