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Fest assertions for Joda Time library
Java

README.md

IMPORTANT : This project is not active anymore, it has been replaced by assertj-joda-time and assertj-core

Provides assertions like FEST Assert for Joda Time, more precisely for DateTime and LocalDateTime classes, more will come later but that's a start (contributions are welcome to add new assertions !).
IMPORTANT : It requires FEST Assert 2.x so it won't work if you are using FEST Assert 1.x.

Latest News

2013-02-12 : 1.1.0 version released

New features :

  • github #5 : DateTime and LocalDateTime equals comparison with a precision level

One can now compare DateTime and LocalDateTime ignoring millisecond to hour fields in comparison, see the examples below :

// comparing DateTime ignoring milliseconds.
DateTime dateTime1 = new DateTime(2000, 1, 1, 0, 0, 1, 0, UTC);
DateTime dateTime2 = new DateTime(2000, 1, 1, 0, 0, 1, 456, UTC);
assertThat(dateTime1).isEqualToIgnoringMillis(dateTime2); // OK

// comparing DateTime ignoring hours, minutes, seconds and milliseconds.
DateTime dateTime1 = new DateTime(2000, 1, 1, 23, 59, 59, 999);
DateTime dateTime2 = new DateTime(2000, 1, 1, 00, 00, 00, 000);
assertThat(dateTime1).isEqualToIgnoringHours(dateTime2); // OK

See release-notes.txt for full releases history.

Quick start

To start using Joda Time assertions, you just have to statically import JODA_TIME.assertThat and use your preferred IDE code completion after assertThat. !

Some examples

import static org.fest.assertions.api.JODA_TIME.assertThat;
...
assertThat(dateTime).isBefore(firstDateTime);
assertThat(dateTime).isAfterOrEqualTo(secondDateTime);

// you can use directly String in comparison to avoid a conversion (we do that for you)
assertThat(new DateTime("2000-01-01")).isEqualTo("2000-01-01");

// compare DateTime or LocalDateTime with a precision level, ignoring time fields 
dateTime1 = new DateTime(2000, 1, 1, 23, 50, 0, 0, UTC);
dateTime2 = new DateTime(2000, 1, 1, 23, 50, 10, 456, UTC);
// ignore seconds and milliseconds in comparison
assertThat(dateTime1).isEqualToIgnoringSeconds(dateTime2);

Available assertions are isBefore, isBeforeOrEqualTo, isAfter, isAfterOrEqualTo (base assertions like isEqualTo or isIn are of course available).

You can compare DateTime to another DateTime, or LocalDateTime to LocalDateTime, but not DateTime to LocalDateTime, it doesn't make sense because one is timezone dependent and the other one is not.

Fest assertions for Joda Time is available in Maven Central

<dependency>
   <groupId>org.easytesting</groupId>
   <artifactId>fest-joda-time-assert</artifactId>
   <version>1.1.0</version>
</dependency>

Note that you can find working example in JodaTimeAssertionsExamples.java from fest-examples project.

Tips & tricks

To be even easier to use, one can specify DateTime or LocalDateTime with their String representation to avoid manual String conversion, like in the example below :

// instead of writing ...
assertThat(dateTime).isBefore(new DateTime("2004-12-13T21:39:45.618-08:00"));
// ... you can simply write (if you prefer)
assertThat(dateTime).isBefore("2004-12-13T21:39:45.618-08:00");

Using both FEST Core assertions and Joda Time assertions

You will have to make two static import : one for Assertions.assertThat to get core assertions and one JODA_TIME.assertThat for Joda Time assertions.

import static org.fest.assertions.api.Assertions.assertThat;
import static org.fest.assertions.api.JODA_TIME.assertThat;
...
// assertThat comes from org.fest.assertions.api.JODA_TIME.assertThat static import
assertThat(new DateTime("2000-01-01")).isAfter(new DateTime("1999-12-31"));

// assertThat comes from org.fest.assertions.api.Assertions.assertThat static import
assertThat("hello world").startsWith("hello");
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