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/*Package cmp provides Comparisons for Assert and Check*/
package cmp // import "gotest.tools/assert/cmp"
import (
"fmt"
"reflect"
"regexp"
"strings"
"github.com/google/go-cmp/cmp"
"gotest.tools/v3/internal/format"
)
// Comparison is a function which compares values and returns ResultSuccess if
// the actual value matches the expected value. If the values do not match the
// Result will contain a message about why it failed.
type Comparison func() Result
// DeepEqual compares two values using google/go-cmp
// (https://godoc.org/github.com/google/go-cmp/cmp)
// and succeeds if the values are equal.
//
// The comparison can be customized using comparison Options.
// Package http://gotest.tools/assert/opt provides some additional
// commonly used Options.
func DeepEqual(x, y interface{}, opts ...cmp.Option) Comparison {
return func() (result Result) {
defer func() {
if panicmsg, handled := handleCmpPanic(recover()); handled {
result = ResultFailure(panicmsg)
}
}()
diff := cmp.Diff(x, y, opts...)
if diff == "" {
return ResultSuccess
}
return multiLineDiffResult(diff)
}
}
func handleCmpPanic(r interface{}) (string, bool) {
if r == nil {
return "", false
}
panicmsg, ok := r.(string)
if !ok {
panic(r)
}
switch {
case strings.HasPrefix(panicmsg, "cannot handle unexported field"):
return panicmsg, true
}
panic(r)
}
func toResult(success bool, msg string) Result {
if success {
return ResultSuccess
}
return ResultFailure(msg)
}
// RegexOrPattern may be either a *regexp.Regexp or a string that is a valid
// regexp pattern.
type RegexOrPattern interface{}
// Regexp succeeds if value v matches regular expression re.
//
// Example:
// assert.Assert(t, cmp.Regexp("^[0-9a-f]{32}$", str))
// r := regexp.MustCompile("^[0-9a-f]{32}$")
// assert.Assert(t, cmp.Regexp(r, str))
func Regexp(re RegexOrPattern, v string) Comparison {
match := func(re *regexp.Regexp) Result {
return toResult(
re.MatchString(v),
fmt.Sprintf("value %q does not match regexp %q", v, re.String()))
}
return func() Result {
switch regex := re.(type) {
case *regexp.Regexp:
return match(regex)
case string:
re, err := regexp.Compile(regex)
if err != nil {
return ResultFailure(err.Error())
}
return match(re)
default:
return ResultFailure(fmt.Sprintf("invalid type %T for regex pattern", regex))
}
}
}
// Equal succeeds if x == y. See assert.Equal for full documentation.
func Equal(x, y interface{}) Comparison {
return func() Result {
switch {
case x == y:
return ResultSuccess
case isMultiLineStringCompare(x, y):
diff := format.UnifiedDiff(format.DiffConfig{A: x.(string), B: y.(string)})
return multiLineDiffResult(diff)
}
return ResultFailureTemplate(`
{{- printf "%v" .Data.x}} (
{{- with callArg 0 }}{{ formatNode . }} {{end -}}
{{- printf "%T" .Data.x -}}
) != {{ printf "%v" .Data.y}} (
{{- with callArg 1 }}{{ formatNode . }} {{end -}}
{{- printf "%T" .Data.y -}}
)`,
map[string]interface{}{"x": x, "y": y})
}
}
func isMultiLineStringCompare(x, y interface{}) bool {
strX, ok := x.(string)
if !ok {
return false
}
strY, ok := y.(string)
if !ok {
return false
}
return strings.Contains(strX, "\n") || strings.Contains(strY, "\n")
}
func multiLineDiffResult(diff string) Result {
return ResultFailureTemplate(`
--- {{ with callArg 0 }}{{ formatNode . }}{{else}}←{{end}}
+++ {{ with callArg 1 }}{{ formatNode . }}{{else}}→{{end}}
{{ .Data.diff }}`,
map[string]interface{}{"diff": diff})
}
// Len succeeds if the sequence has the expected length.
func Len(seq interface{}, expected int) Comparison {
return func() (result Result) {
defer func() {
if e := recover(); e != nil {
result = ResultFailure(fmt.Sprintf("type %T does not have a length", seq))
}
}()
value := reflect.ValueOf(seq)
length := value.Len()
if length == expected {
return ResultSuccess
}
msg := fmt.Sprintf("expected %s (length %d) to have length %d", seq, length, expected)
return ResultFailure(msg)
}
}
// Contains succeeds if item is in collection. Collection may be a string, map,
// slice, or array.
//
// If collection is a string, item must also be a string, and is compared using
// strings.Contains().
// If collection is a Map, contains will succeed if item is a key in the map.
// If collection is a slice or array, item is compared to each item in the
// sequence using reflect.DeepEqual().
func Contains(collection interface{}, item interface{}) Comparison {
return func() Result {
colValue := reflect.ValueOf(collection)
if !colValue.IsValid() {
return ResultFailure(fmt.Sprintf("nil does not contain items"))
}
msg := fmt.Sprintf("%v does not contain %v", collection, item)
itemValue := reflect.ValueOf(item)
switch colValue.Type().Kind() {
case reflect.String:
if itemValue.Type().Kind() != reflect.String {
return ResultFailure("string may only contain strings")
}
return toResult(
strings.Contains(colValue.String(), itemValue.String()),
fmt.Sprintf("string %q does not contain %q", collection, item))
case reflect.Map:
if itemValue.Type() != colValue.Type().Key() {
return ResultFailure(fmt.Sprintf(
"%v can not contain a %v key", colValue.Type(), itemValue.Type()))
}
return toResult(colValue.MapIndex(itemValue).IsValid(), msg)
case reflect.Slice, reflect.Array:
for i := 0; i < colValue.Len(); i++ {
if reflect.DeepEqual(colValue.Index(i).Interface(), item) {
return ResultSuccess
}
}
return ResultFailure(msg)
default:
return ResultFailure(fmt.Sprintf("type %T does not contain items", collection))
}
}
}
// Panics succeeds if f() panics.
func Panics(f func()) Comparison {
return func() (result Result) {
defer func() {
if err := recover(); err != nil {
result = ResultSuccess
}
}()
f()
return ResultFailure("did not panic")
}
}
// Error succeeds if err is a non-nil error, and the error message equals the
// expected message.
func Error(err error, message string) Comparison {
return func() Result {
switch {
case err == nil:
return ResultFailure("expected an error, got nil")
case err.Error() != message:
return ResultFailure(fmt.Sprintf(
"expected error %q, got %s", message, formatErrorMessage(err)))
}
return ResultSuccess
}
}
// ErrorContains succeeds if err is a non-nil error, and the error message contains
// the expected substring.
func ErrorContains(err error, substring string) Comparison {
return func() Result {
switch {
case err == nil:
return ResultFailure("expected an error, got nil")
case !strings.Contains(err.Error(), substring):
return ResultFailure(fmt.Sprintf(
"expected error to contain %q, got %s", substring, formatErrorMessage(err)))
}
return ResultSuccess
}
}
type causer interface {
Cause() error
}
func formatErrorMessage(err error) string {
if _, ok := err.(causer); ok {
return fmt.Sprintf("%q\n%+v", err, err)
}
// This error was not wrapped with github.com/pkg/errors
return fmt.Sprintf("%q", err)
}
// Nil succeeds if obj is a nil interface, pointer, or function.
//
// Use NilError() for comparing errors. Use Len(obj, 0) for comparing slices,
// maps, and channels.
func Nil(obj interface{}) Comparison {
msgFunc := func(value reflect.Value) string {
return fmt.Sprintf("%v (type %s) is not nil", reflect.Indirect(value), value.Type())
}
return isNil(obj, msgFunc)
}
func isNil(obj interface{}, msgFunc func(reflect.Value) string) Comparison {
return func() Result {
if obj == nil {
return ResultSuccess
}
value := reflect.ValueOf(obj)
kind := value.Type().Kind()
if kind >= reflect.Chan && kind <= reflect.Slice {
if value.IsNil() {
return ResultSuccess
}
return ResultFailure(msgFunc(value))
}
return ResultFailure(fmt.Sprintf("%v (type %s) can not be nil", value, value.Type()))
}
}
// ErrorType succeeds if err is not nil and is of the expected type.
//
// Expected can be one of:
// func(error) bool
// Function should return true if the error is the expected type.
// type struct{}, type &struct{}
// A struct or a pointer to a struct.
// Fails if the error is not of the same type as expected.
// type &interface{}
// A pointer to an interface type.
// Fails if err does not implement the interface.
// reflect.Type
// Fails if err does not implement the reflect.Type
func ErrorType(err error, expected interface{}) Comparison {
return func() Result {
switch expectedType := expected.(type) {
case func(error) bool:
return cmpErrorTypeFunc(err, expectedType)
case reflect.Type:
if expectedType.Kind() == reflect.Interface {
return cmpErrorTypeImplementsType(err, expectedType)
}
return cmpErrorTypeEqualType(err, expectedType)
case nil:
return ResultFailure(fmt.Sprintf("invalid type for expected: nil"))
}
expectedType := reflect.TypeOf(expected)
switch {
case expectedType.Kind() == reflect.Struct, isPtrToStruct(expectedType):
return cmpErrorTypeEqualType(err, expectedType)
case isPtrToInterface(expectedType):
return cmpErrorTypeImplementsType(err, expectedType.Elem())
}
return ResultFailure(fmt.Sprintf("invalid type for expected: %T", expected))
}
}
func cmpErrorTypeFunc(err error, f func(error) bool) Result {
if f(err) {
return ResultSuccess
}
actual := "nil"
if err != nil {
actual = fmt.Sprintf("%s (%T)", err, err)
}
return ResultFailureTemplate(`error is {{ .Data.actual }}
{{- with callArg 1 }}, not {{ formatNode . }}{{end -}}`,
map[string]interface{}{"actual": actual})
}
func cmpErrorTypeEqualType(err error, expectedType reflect.Type) Result {
if err == nil {
return ResultFailure(fmt.Sprintf("error is nil, not %s", expectedType))
}
errValue := reflect.ValueOf(err)
if errValue.Type() == expectedType {
return ResultSuccess
}
return ResultFailure(fmt.Sprintf("error is %s (%T), not %s", err, err, expectedType))
}
func cmpErrorTypeImplementsType(err error, expectedType reflect.Type) Result {
if err == nil {
return ResultFailure(fmt.Sprintf("error is nil, not %s", expectedType))
}
errValue := reflect.ValueOf(err)
if errValue.Type().Implements(expectedType) {
return ResultSuccess
}
return ResultFailure(fmt.Sprintf("error is %s (%T), not %s", err, err, expectedType))
}
func isPtrToInterface(typ reflect.Type) bool {
return typ.Kind() == reflect.Ptr && typ.Elem().Kind() == reflect.Interface
}
func isPtrToStruct(typ reflect.Type) bool {
return typ.Kind() == reflect.Ptr && typ.Elem().Kind() == reflect.Struct
}
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