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/++ A module containing the DotMatrixReporter This is an example of how this reporter looks <script type="text/javascript" src="https://asciinema.org/a/aorvsrruse34n2xym8y7885m1.js" id="asciicast-aorvsrruse34n2xym8y7885m1" async></script> Copyright: © 2017 Szabo Bogdan License: Subject to the terms of the MIT license, as written in the included LICENSE.txt file. Authors: Szabo Bogdan +/ module trial.reporters.dotmatrix; import std.stdio; import std.array; import std.conv; import std.datetime; import std.string; import std.algorithm; import trial.interfaces; import trial.reporters.writer; version (Have_fluent_asserts) { version = Have_fluent_asserts_core; } /// struct DotMatrixGlyphs { string success = "."; string failure = "!"; string unknown = "?"; string pending = "-"; } /// string dotMatrixGlyphsToCode(DotMatrixGlyphs glyphs) { return "DotMatrixGlyphs(`"~ glyphs.success ~"`,`"~ glyphs.failure ~"`,`"~ glyphs.unknown ~"`)"; } /// The dot matrix reporter is simply a series of characters which represent test cases. /// Failures highlight in red exclamation marks (!). /// Good if you prefer minimal output. class DotMatrixReporter : ITestCaseLifecycleListener { private { ReportWriter writer; DotMatrixGlyphs glyphs; } this(DotMatrixGlyphs glyphs) { writer = defaultWriter; this.glyphs = glyphs; } this(ReportWriter writer) { this.writer = writer; } void begin(string suite, ref TestResult test) { } void end(string suite, ref TestResult test) { switch (test.status) { case TestResult.Status.success: writer.write(glyphs.success, ReportWriter.Context.inactive); break; case TestResult.Status.failure: writer.write(glyphs.failure, ReportWriter.Context.danger); break; case TestResult.Status.pending: writer.write(glyphs.pending, ReportWriter.Context.info); break; default: writer.write(glyphs.unknown, ReportWriter.Context.warning); } } } version (unittest) { version(Have_fluent_asserts_core) { import fluent.asserts; } } @("it should print a success test") unittest { auto writer = new BufferedWriter; auto reporter = new DotMatrixReporter(writer); auto suite = SuiteResult("some suite"); auto test = new TestResult("some test"); test.status = TestResult.Status.success; reporter.begin("some suite", test); writer.buffer.should.equal(""); reporter.end("some suite", test); writer.buffer.should.equal("."); } @("it should print a failing test") unittest { auto writer = new BufferedWriter; auto reporter = new DotMatrixReporter(writer); auto suite = SuiteResult("some suite"); auto test = new TestResult("some test"); test.status = TestResult.Status.failure; reporter.begin("some suite", test); writer.buffer.should.equal(""); reporter.end("some suite", test); writer.buffer.should.equal("!"); } @("it should print a pending test") unittest { auto writer = new BufferedWriter; auto reporter = new DotMatrixReporter(writer); auto suite = SuiteResult("some suite"); auto test = new TestResult("some test"); test.status = TestResult.Status.pending; reporter.begin("some suite", test); writer.buffer.should.equal(""); reporter.end("some suite", test); writer.buffer.should.equal("-"); }