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Lucene example source code file (TestNoMergePolicy.java)

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The Lucene TestNoMergePolicy.java source code

package org.apache.lucene.index;

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import java.lang.reflect.Constructor;
import java.lang.reflect.Method;
import java.lang.reflect.Modifier;
import java.util.Arrays;

import org.apache.lucene.util.LuceneTestCase;
import org.junit.Test;

public class TestNoMergePolicy extends LuceneTestCase {

  public void testNoMergePolicy() throws Exception {
    MergePolicy mp = NoMergePolicy.NO_COMPOUND_FILES;
    assertNull(mp.findMergesForOptimize(null, 0, null));
    assertFalse(mp.useCompoundFile(null, null));

  public void testCompoundFiles() throws Exception {
    assertFalse(NoMergePolicy.NO_COMPOUND_FILES.useCompoundFile(null, null));
    assertTrue(NoMergePolicy.COMPOUND_FILES.useCompoundFile(null, null));

  public void testFinalSingleton() throws Exception {
    Constructor<?>[] ctors = NoMergePolicy.class.getDeclaredConstructors();
    assertEquals("expected 1 private ctor only: " + Arrays.toString(ctors), 1, ctors.length);
    assertTrue("that 1 should be private: " + ctors[0], Modifier.isPrivate(ctors[0].getModifiers()));

  public void testMethodsOverridden() throws Exception {
    // Ensures that all methods of MergePolicy are overridden. That's important
    // to ensure that NoMergePolicy overrides everything, so that no unexpected
    // behavior/error occurs
    for (Method m : NoMergePolicy.class.getMethods()) {
      // getDeclaredMethods() returns just those methods that are declared on
      // NoMergePolicy. getMethods() returns those that are visible in that
      // context, including ones from Object. So just filter out Object. If in
      // the future MergePolicy will extend a different class than Object, this
      // will need to change.
      if (m.getDeclaringClass() != Object.class) {
        assertTrue(m + " is not overridden !", m.getDeclaringClass() == NoMergePolicy.class);


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