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Scala example source code file (TreeLocTest.scala)

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Java - Scala tags/keywords

equal, option, order, speclite, tree, treeloc, treeloctest

The TreeLocTest.scala Scala example source code

package scalaz

import std.AllInstances._
import scalaz.scalacheck.ScalazProperties._
import scalaz.scalacheck.ScalazArbitrary._

object TreeLocTest extends SpecLite {

  checkAll("TreeLoc", order.laws[TreeLoc[Int]])
  checkAll("TreeLoc", traverse1.laws[TreeLoc])

    def treeEqual[A: Equal]: Equal[Tree[A]] = new Equal[Tree[A]] {
      def streamEqualApprox = streamEqual[Tree[A]].contramap((_: Stream[Tree[A]]).take(1000))
      def equal(a1: Tree[A], a2: Tree[A]) =
        Equal[A].equal(a1.rootLabel, a2.rootLabel) && streamEqualApprox.equal(a1.subForest, a2.subForest)

    // TODO checkAll("TreeLoc", applicative.laws[TreeLoc])
    checkAll("TreeLoc", comonad.laws[TreeLoc])

  "TreeLoc from empty forest does not throw an exception" ! {
    import scalaz.std.option._
    val result: Option[TreeLoc[Int]] = TreeLoc.fromForest(Stream.empty[Tree[Int]])
    result must_==(none[TreeLoc[Int]])

  object instances {
    def equal[A: Equal] = Equal[TreeLoc[A]]
    def order[A: Order] = Order[TreeLoc[A]]

    // checking absence of ambiguity
    def equal[A: Order] = Equal[TreeLoc[A]]

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