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Groovy example source code file (PropertyTest.groovy)

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The Groovy PropertyTest.groovy source code

/*
 * Copyright 2003-2009 the original author or authors.
 *
 * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
 * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
 * You may obtain a copy of the License at
 *
 *     http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
 *
 * Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
 * distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
 * WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
 * See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
 * limitations under the License.
 */
package groovy

/**
 * Tests the use of properties in Groovy
 * 
 * @author <a href="mailto:james@coredevelopers.net">James Strachan
 * @version $Revision: 19530 $
 */
class PropertyTest extends GroovySwingTestCase {

    void testNormalPropertyGettersAndSetters() {
        def foo = new Foo()
        def value = foo.getMetaClass()

        assert foo.name == "James"
        assert foo.getName() == "James"
        assert foo.location == "London"
        assert foo.getLocation() == "London"
        assert foo.blah == 9
        assert foo.getBlah() == 9

        foo.name = "Bob"
        foo.location = "Atlanta"

        assert foo.name == "Bob"
        assert foo.getName() == "Bob"
        assert foo.location == "Atlanta"
        assert foo.getLocation() == "Atlanta"
    }

    // GROOVY-1809
    void testClassWithPrivateFieldAndGetter() {
        if (headless) return
        assert java.awt.Font.getName() == 'java.awt.Font'
        assert java.awt.Font.name == 'java.awt.Font'
    }

    void testOverloadedGetter() {
        def foo = new Foo()
        assert foo.getCount() == 1
        assert foo.count == 1
        foo.count = 7
        assert foo.count == 7
        assert foo.getCount() == 7
    }

    void testNoSetterAvailableOnPrivateProperty() {
        def foo = new Foo()

        // methods should fail on non-existent method calls
        //shouldFail { foo.blah = 4 }
        shouldFail {foo.setBlah(4)}
    }

    void testCannotSeePrivateProperties() {
        def foo = new Foo()

        // def access fails on non-existent def
        //shouldFail { def x = foo.invisible } //todo: correct handling of access rules

        // methods should fail on non-existent method calls
        shouldFail {foo.getQ()}
    }

    void testConstructorWithNamedProperties() {
        def foo = new Foo(name: 'Gromit', location: 'Moon')

        assert foo.name == 'Gromit'
        assert foo.location == 'Moon'
    }

    void testToString() {
        def foo = new Foo(name: 'Gromit', location: 'Moon')
        assert foo.toString().endsWith('name: Gromit location: Moon')
    }

    void testArrayLengthProperty() {
        // create two arrays, since all use the same MetaArrayLengthProperty object -
        // make sure it can work for all types and sizes
        def i = new Integer[5]
        def s = new String[10]

        // put something in it to make sure we're returning the *allocated* length, and
        // not the *used* length
        s[0] = "hello"

        assert i.length == 5
        assert s.length == 10

        // this def does not mean there is a getLength() method
        shouldFail {i.getLength()}

        // verify we can't set this def, it's read-only
        shouldFail {i.length = 6}
    }

    void testGstringAssignment() {
        def foo = new Foo()
        foo.body = "${foo.name}"
        assert foo.body == "James"
    }

    void testFinalProperty() {
        def shell = new GroovyShell();
        assertScript """
        class A {
           final foo = 1
        }
        A.class.declaredMethods.each {
          assert it.name!="setFoo"
          
        }
        assert new A().foo==1
      """
        shouldFail {
            shell.execute """
          class A {
            final foo = 1
          }
          new A().foo = 2
        """
        }
    }

    void testFinalField() {
        def shell = new GroovyShell();
        shouldFail {
            shell.execute """
          class A {
            public final foo = 1
          }
          new A().foo = 2
        """
        }
    }

    void testFinalPropertyWithInheritance() {
        def child = new Child()
        assert child.finalProperty == 1
        child.finalProperty = 22
        assert child.finalProperty == 1
    }

    void testBaseProperties() {
        assert new Child().field == 'foobar'
    }

    // GROOVY-1736
    void testGetSuperProperties() {
        def c = new Child()
        assert c.thing == 'bar thing'
        assert c.superthing() == 'bar1foo thing'
        assert c.x() == 'bar2foo x'
        assert c.xprop == 'bar3foo x prop'
        assert c.xpropViaMethod == 'bar4foo x prop'
    }

    void testSetSuperProperties() {
        def c = new Child()
        assert c.superField == 'bar'
        c.setSuperField('baz1')
        assert c.superField == 'baz1'
        c.superField = 'baz2'
        assert c.superField == 'baz2'

        assert c.superthing() == 'bar1foo thing'
        c.superThing = 'bar thing'
        assert c.superthing() == 'bar1bar thing'
    }
    
    void testOverwritingNormalProperty() {
        def c = new Child();
        assert c.normalProperty == 2
    }

    //GROOVY-2244
    public void testWriteOnlyBeanProperty() {
        def bean = new Child()

        // assert the property exists
        assert bean.metaClass.properties.findAll{it.name == 'superThing'}

        // attempt to write to it
        bean.superThing= 'x'

        // attempt to read it
        shouldFail(MissingPropertyException) {
            fail("We shouldn't be able to read bean.superThing, but we can: '$bean.superThing'")
        }
    }
    
}

class Base {
    protected String field = 'bar'

    protected thing = 'foo thing'
    def getXprop() {'foo x prop'}
    def x() {'foo x'}
    void setThing(value) {thing = value}
    
    //testing final property getter
    final getFinalProperty() {1}
    
    // testing normal property
    def normalProperty = 1
}

class Child extends Base {
    protected String field = 'foo' + super.field
    public getField() {field}
    void setSuperField(value) {super.field = value}
    public getSuperField() {super.field}

    def thing = 'bar thing'
    def superthing() {
        'bar1' + super.thing
    }
    def x() {
        'bar2' + super.x()
    }
    def getXprop() {
        'bar3' + super.xprop
    }
    def getXpropViaMethod() {
        'bar4' + super.getXprop()
    }
    def setSuperThing(value) {
        super.thing = value
    }
    
    // testing final property getter
    // the following property should not add a new getter
    // method, this would result in a verify error
    def finalProperty = 32
    
    // testing overwriting normal property
    def normalProperty = 2
}

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