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Added grabCollector function #47

merged 1 commit into from Nov 20, 2020

Added grabCollector function #47

merged 1 commit into from Nov 20, 2020


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TL:DR: I have ready PRs that will make use of this function. It is for internal use only. Some functions are present in the Laravel module and need symfony collectors. This will avoid repeating validation code like in #44.

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I'm writing at least 4 functions related to form errors that are already available in the Laravel module: - seeFormHasErrors() - dontSeeFormErrors() - seeFormErrorMessages() - seeFormErrorMessage()

And others totally new functions like:

  • dontSeeMissingTranslations();
  • seeEventWasTriggered();
  • dontSeeDeprecations();

Since all these functions will need their respective collectors of the Symfony Profiler, it is necessary to have a function that validates that it exists and fails the test otherwise,

With grabCollector i avoid repeating code and having to optimize it later as in #44 .
This function is intended only for internal use. with protected access to be consistent with the other methods of the module.

I'll start sending the PRs of the functions I mentioned as soon as this gets merged to master, since the tests will fail before then.

@TavoNiievez TavoNiievez merged commit 68311dd into Codeception:master Nov 20, 2020
@TavoNiievez TavoNiievez deleted the grabCollector branch November 20, 2020 15:47
@TavoNiievez TavoNiievez added this to the 1.4.0 milestone Nov 21, 2020
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