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Groovy example source code file (JavadocAssertionTestSuite.groovy)

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The Groovy JavadocAssertionTestSuite.groovy source code

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 * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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package groovy.util

import junit.framework.TestSuite
import junit.framework.Test
import junit.textui.TestRunner

 * <code>JavadocAssertionTestSuite will dynamically create test cases from Groovy assertions placed within
 * Javadoc comments. Assertions should be placed within an html tag with a <code>class="groovyTestCase"
 * attribute assignment. Example:
 * <pre><pre class="groovyTestCase"> assert "example".size() == 7 </pre>
* * Source files will be read from the directory specified by the <code>javadocAssertion.src.dir * system property, including all files matching <code>javadocAssertion.src.pattern and * excluding files matching the <code>javadocAssertion.src.excludesPattern. * * By default all <code>.java and .groovy source files from ./src will * be scanned for assertions. * * You can also run this class as an application from the command line (assumes Groovy, JUnit and Ant * are on the classpath). As an example: * <p/> * <code> * java groovy.util.JavadocAssertionTestSuite src/main * </code> * * @author Merlyn Albery-Speyer */ class JavadocAssertionTestSuite extends TestSuite { /** The System Property to set as base directory for collection of Classes. * The pattern will be used as an Ant fileset include basedir. * Key is "javadocAssertion.src.dir". * Defaults to the <code>./src directory */ public static final String SYSPROP_SRC_DIR = "javadocAssertion.src.dir"; /** The System Property to set as the filename pattern for collection of Classes. * The pattern will be used as Regular Expression pattern applied with the find * operator against each candidate file.path. * Key is "javadocAssertion.src.pattern". * Defaults to including all <code>.java and .groovy files. */ public static final String SYSPROP_SRC_PATTERN = "javadocAssertion.src.pattern"; /** The System Property to set as a filename excludes pattern for collection of Classes. * When non-empty, the pattern will be used as Regular Expression pattern applied with the * find operator against each candidate file.path. * Key is "javadocAssertion.src.excludesPattern". * Default value is "". */ public static final String SYSPROP_SRC_EXCLUDES_PATTERN = "javadocAssertion.src.excludesPattern"; private static JavadocAssertionTestBuilder testBuilder = new JavadocAssertionTestBuilder() private static IFileNameFinder finder = new FileNameFinder() static Test suite() { String basedir = System.getProperty(SYSPROP_SRC_DIR, "./src/") return suite(basedir) } static Test suite(String basedir) { String includePattern = System.getProperty(SYSPROP_SRC_PATTERN, "**/*.java,**/*.groovy") return suite(basedir, includePattern) } static Test suite(String basedir, String includePattern) { String excludePattern = System.getProperty(SYSPROP_SRC_EXCLUDES_PATTERN, "") return suite(basedir, includePattern, excludePattern) } static Test suite(String basedir, String includePattern, String excludePattern) { assert new File(basedir).exists() TestSuite suite = new JavadocAssertionTestSuite() Collection filenames = finder.getFileNames([dir:basedir, includes:includePattern, excludes:excludePattern]) filenames.each { filename -> String code = new File(filename).text Class test = testBuilder.buildTest(filename, code) if (test != null) { suite.addTestSuite(test) } } return suite } static void main(String[] args) { switch(args.length) { case 3: TestRunner.run(suite(args[0], args[1], args[2])) break case 2: TestRunner.run(suite(args[0], args[1])) break case 1: TestRunner.run(suite(args[0])) break default: TestRunner.run(suite()) } } }

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