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Lift Framework example source code file (BasicTypesHelpersSpec.scala)

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The Lift Framework BasicTypesHelpersSpec.scala source code

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package net.liftweb
package util

import java.io.ByteArrayInputStream

import org.specs.Specification
import org.specs.util.DataTables

import common._
import BasicTypesHelpers._


/**
 * Systems under specification for BasicTypesHelpers.
 */
object BasicTypesHelpersSpec extends Specification("BasicTypesHelpers Specification") with DataTables {

  "Basic types helpers" should {

    "be lazy" in {
      (false.?[Int]({throw new Exception("Bummer")}).|(3)) must_== 3
      (true.?[Int](3).|({throw new Exception("Bummer")})) must_== 3
    }

    "provide a ternary operator: (condition) ? A | B" in {
      (1 == 2) ? "a" | "b" must_== "b"
    }

    "provide a ?> operator to add an element to a list if an expression is true" in {
      (1 == 1) ?> "a" ::: List("b") must_== List("a", "b")
      (1 == 2) ?> "a" ::: List("b") must_== List("b")
    }
    val failure = Failure(null, null, null)
    "have a toBoolean method converting any object to a reasonable Boolean value" in {
      "object value"  | "boolean value"  |>
      (0: Any)        ! false            |
      1               ! true             |
      (null:Any)      ! false            |
      true            ! true             |
      false           ! false            |
      ""              ! false            |
      "string"        ! false            |
      "t"             ! true             |
      "total"         ! true             |
      "T"             ! true             |
      "This"          ! true             |
      "0"             ! false            |
      None            ! false            |
      Some("t")       ! true             |
      Empty           ! false            |
      Full("t")       ! true             |
      failure         ! false            |
      List("t", "f")  ! true             | {
        (o: Any, result: Boolean) => toBoolean(o) must_== result
      }
    }

    "have a AsBoolean extractor converting any object to a reasonable Boolean value" in {
      "object value"  | "boolean value" |>
      "t"             ! Some(true)      |
      ""              ! None            |
      "string"        ! None            |
      "total"         ! None            |
      "T"             ! Some(true)      |
      "This"          ! None            |
      "0"             ! Some(false)     | {
        (o: String, result: Option[Boolean]) => AsBoolean.unapply(o) must_== result
      }
    }

    "have an AsInt extractor converting any String to a reasonable Int value" in {
      "object value"  | "int value" |>
      "3"             ! Some(3)     |
      "n"             ! None        | {
        (o: String, result: Option[Int]) => AsInt.unapply(o) must_== result
      }
    }

    "have an AsLong extractor converting any String to a reasonable Long value" in {
      "object value"  | "long value"  |>
      "3"             ! Some(3L)      |
      "n"             ! None          | {
        (o: String, result: Option[Long]) => AsLong.unapply(o) must_== result
      }
    }

    "have a toInt method converting any object to a reasonable Int value" in {
      def date(t: Int) = new _root_.java.util.Date(t)
      "object value"  | "int value" |>
      (null: Any)     ! 0           |
      1               ! 1           |
      1L              ! 1           |
      List(1, 2)      ! 1           |
      Some(1)         ! 1           |
      Full(1)         ! 1           |
      None            ! 0           |
      Empty           ! 0           |
      failure         ! 0           |
      "3"             ! 3           |
      "n"             ! 0           |
      date(3000)      ! 3           | {
        (o: Any, result: Int) => toInt(o) must_== result
      }
    }

    "have a toLong method converting any object to a reasonable Long value" in {
      def date(t: Int) = new _root_.java.util.Date(t)
      "object value"  | "long value"  |>
      (null: Any)     ! 0L            |
      1               ! 1L            |
      1L              ! 1L            |
      List(1, 2)      ! 1L            |
      Some(1)         ! 1L            |
      Full(1)         ! 1L            |
      None            ! 0L            |
      Empty           ! 0L            |
      failure         ! 0L            |
      "3"             ! 3L            |
      "n"             ! 0L            |
      date(3000)      ! 3000L         | {
        (o: Any, result: Long) => toLong(o) must_== result
      }
    }

    "have a toByteArrayInputStream reading an InputStream to a ByteArrayInputStream" in {
      var array: Array[Byte] = Array(12, 14)
      val input = new ByteArrayInputStream(array)
      val result = toByteArrayInputStream(input)
      result.read must_== 12
      result.read must_== 14
    }
    "have a isEq method comparing 2 Byte arrays and returning true if they contain the same elements" in {
      var a: Array[Byte] = Array(12, 14)
      var b: Array[Byte] = Array(12, 14)
      var c: Array[Byte] = Array(12, 13)
      isEq(a, b) must beTrue
      isEq(a, c) must beFalse
    }
    "have a notEq method comparing 2 Byte arrays and returning true if they don't contain the same elements" in {
      var a: Array[Byte] = Array(12, 14)
      var b: Array[Byte] = Array(12, 13)
      BasicTypesHelpers.notEq(a, b) must beTrue
    }
  }

  "PartialFunction guard" should {

    "put a guard around a partial function" in {
      val pf1: PartialFunction[String, Unit] = {
        case s if s.startsWith("s") => true
      }

      val pf2: PartialFunction[String, Boolean] = {
        case "snipe" => true
        case "bipe"  => false
      }

      val pf3 = pf1.guard(pf2)
      val pf4: PartialFunction[String, Boolean] = pf1.guard(pf3)

      pf3.isDefinedAt("bipe") must_== false
      pf3.isDefinedAt("snipe") must_== true
    }
  }

}

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