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Groovy example source code file (BSFTest.java)

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The Groovy BSFTest.java source code

/*
 $Id: BSFTest.java 20485 2010-07-20 13:03:59Z paulk $

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package org.codehaus.groovy.bsf;

import junit.framework.TestCase;
import org.apache.bsf.BSFEngine;
import org.apache.bsf.BSFException;
import org.apache.bsf.BSFManager;
import org.codehaus.groovy.runtime.DefaultGroovyMethods;

import java.io.File;
import java.util.List;
import java.util.Vector;

/**
 * Tests the BSF integration
 *
 * @author <a href="mailto:james@coredevelopers.net">James Strachan
 * @author Paul King
 * @version $Revision: 20485 $
 */
public class BSFTest extends TestCase {

    protected BSFManager manager;

    protected void setUp() throws Exception {
        manager = new BSFManager();
    }

    public void testInvalidName() throws Exception {
        manager.exec("groovy", null, 0, 0, "assert bsf != null");
        manager.exec("groovy", "", 0, 0, "assert bsf != null");
        manager.exec("groovy", "-", 0, 0, "assert bsf != null");
    }

    public void testCompileErrorWithExec() throws Exception {
        try {
            manager.exec("groovy", "dummy", 0, 0, "assert assert");
            fail("Should have caught compile exception");
        } catch (BSFException e) {
            assertTrue("e.getMessage() should contain CompilationError: " + e.getMessage(),
                    e.getMessage().indexOf("CompilationError") != -1);
        }
    }

    public void testCompileErrorWithEval() throws Exception {
        try {
            manager.eval("groovy", "dummy", 0, 0, "assert assert");
            fail("Should have caught compile exception");
        } catch (BSFException e) {
            assertTrue("e.getMessage() should contain CompilationError: " + e.getMessage(),
                    e.getMessage().indexOf("CompilationError") != -1);
        }
    }

    public void testExec() throws Exception {
        manager.exec("groovy", "Test1.groovy", 0, 0, "assert bsf != null , 'should have a bsf variable'");
    }

    public void testApplyWithClosure() throws Exception {
        Vector ignoreParamNames = null;
        Vector ignoreArgs = null;
        Integer actual = (Integer) manager.apply("groovy", "applyTest", 0, 0,
                "251", ignoreParamNames, ignoreArgs);
        assertEquals(251, actual.intValue());
    }

    public void testApply() throws Exception {
        Vector ignoreParamNames = null;
        Vector args = new Vector();
        args.add(new Integer(2));
        args.add(new Integer(5));
        args.add(new Integer(1));
        Integer actual = (Integer) manager.apply("groovy", "applyTest", 0, 0,
                "def summer = { a, b, c -> a * 100 + b * 10 + c }", ignoreParamNames, args);
        assertEquals(251, actual.intValue());
    }

    public void testBracketName() throws Exception {
        manager.exec("groovy", "Test1<groovy>", 0, 0, "assert bsf != null , 'should have a bsf variable'");
    }

    public void testEval() throws Exception {
        Object answer = manager.eval("groovy", "Test1.groovy", 0, 0, "return [1, 2, 3]");
        assertTrue("Should return a list: " + answer, answer instanceof List);
        List list = (List) answer;
        assertEquals("List should be of right size", 3, list.size());
    }

    public void testTwoEvalsWithSameName() throws Exception {
        Object answer = manager.eval("groovy", "Test1.groovy", 0, 0, "return 'cheese'");
        assertEquals("cheese", answer);
        answer = manager.eval("groovy", "Test1.groovy", 0, 0, "return 'gromit'");
        assertEquals("gromit", answer);
    }

    public void testExecBug() throws Exception {
        for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++) {
            manager.exec("groovy", "Test1.groovy", 0, 0, "assert true");
            manager.exec("groovy", "Test1.groovy", 0, 0, "assert true");
        }
    }

    public void testBsfVariables() throws Exception {
        Object answer = manager.eval("groovy", "Test1.groovy", 0, 0,
                "assert this.bsf != null\n  return this.bsf");
        assertTrue("Should have an answer", answer != null);
    }

    public void testNotFoundVariables() throws Exception {
        manager.registerBean("x", new Integer(4));
        Object answer = manager.eval("groovy", "Test1.groovy", 0, 0,
                "def valueOfX = this.bsf.lookupBean('y'); assert valueOfX == null");
        assertNull("Undeclared beans should yield null", answer);
    }

    public void testRegisteredVariables() throws Exception {
        manager.registerBean("x", new Integer(4));
        Object answer = manager.eval("groovy", "Test1.groovy", 0, 0,
                "def valueOfX = this.bsf.lookupBean('x'); assert valueOfX == 4; valueOfX + 1");
        assertEquals("Incorrect return", new Integer(5), answer);
    }

    public void testUnregisteredVariables() throws Exception {
        manager.registerBean("x", new Integer(4));
        Object answer = manager.eval("groovy", "Test1.groovy", 0, 0,
                "def valueOfX = this.bsf.lookupBean('x'); assert valueOfX == 4; valueOfX + 1");
        assertEquals("Incorrect return", new Integer(5), answer);
        manager.unregisterBean("x");
        // have to lookup registered beans
        answer = manager.eval("groovy", "Test1.groovy", 0, 0,
                "def valueOfX = this.bsf.lookupBean('x'); assert valueOfX == null");
        assertNull("Unregistered beans should yield null", answer);
    }

    public void testDeclaredVariables() throws Exception {
        manager.declareBean("xyz", new Integer(4), Integer.class);
        Object answer = manager.eval("groovy", "Test1.groovy", 0, 0, "xyz + 1");
        assertEquals("Incorrect return", new Integer(5), answer);
    }

    public void testUndeclaredVariables() throws Exception {
        manager.declareBean("abc", new Integer(4), Integer.class);
        // declared beans should just be available
        Object answer = manager.eval("groovy", "Test1.groovy", 0, 0, "abc + 1");
        assertEquals("Incorrect return", new Integer(5), answer);
        manager.undeclareBean("abc");
        answer = manager.eval("groovy", "Test1.groovy", 0, 0, "abc");
        assertNull("Undeclared beans should yield null", answer);
    }

    public void testCall() throws Exception {
        BSFEngine bsfEngine = manager.loadScriptingEngine("groovy");
        manager.declareBean("myvar", "hello", String.class);
        Object myvar = manager.lookupBean("myvar");
        String result = (String) bsfEngine.call(myvar, "reverse", new Object[]{});
        assertEquals("olleh", result);
    }

    public void testExecFile() throws Exception {
        execScript("src/test/groovy/script/MapFromList.groovy");
        execScript("src/test/groovy/script/AtomTestScript.groovy");
    }

    protected void execScript(String fileName) throws Exception {
        manager.exec("groovy", fileName, 0, 0, DefaultGroovyMethods.getText(new File(fileName)));
    }
}

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