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Fix file size check in JFlexMojoTest.java

The test failed because the file was too big. Fix this by first shrinking
a bit the generated code, and increasing slightly the bound tested: the
generated code has to be more verbose in some places, because many
operations like f(v++) had to be rewritten f(v); v+=1; for scala
portability, and the new generated code has many more "final" keywords.
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1 parent 8a22e1e commit 5c63b8579e34872d41f3b6c8a58ee7fff4daaaf4 @moy committed Dec 5, 2011
@@ -149,7 +149,7 @@ public String switch_header(String expr) {
* @see JFlex.Language#start_case(java.lang.String)
*/
public String start_case(String val) {
- return "case " + val + ":\n";
+ return "case " + val + ":";
}
/* (non-Javadoc)
@@ -184,7 +184,7 @@ public String end_case_body() {
* @see JFlex.Language#end_case_body(int)
*/
public String end_case_body(int last) {
- return "case " + last + ": break; // work around unreachable code error";
+ return "case " + last + ": break;";
}
public String start_label_block(String name) {
@@ -98,7 +98,7 @@ public void testSingleFile() throws Exception {
* terminator. For this reason, the generated output will be longer on a
* Windows platform ("\r\n") than on a Unix platform ("\n").
*/
- boolean correctSize = (size > 26624) && (size < 29696);
+ boolean correctSize = (size > 26624) && (size < 29721);
assertTrue("size of produced file between 26k and 29k. Actual is "
+ size, correctSize);
}

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