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/*
* CODE GENERATED AUTOMATICALLY WITH github.com/stretchr/testify/_codegen
* THIS FILE MUST NOT BE EDITED BY HAND
*/
package assert
import (
http "net/http"
url "net/url"
time "time"
)
// Conditionf uses a Comparison to assert a complex condition.
func Conditionf(t TestingT, comp Comparison, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return Condition(t, comp, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// Containsf asserts that the specified string, list(array, slice...) or map contains the
// specified substring or element.
//
// assert.Containsf(t, "Hello World", "World", "error message %s", "formatted")
// assert.Containsf(t, ["Hello", "World"], "World", "error message %s", "formatted")
// assert.Containsf(t, {"Hello": "World"}, "Hello", "error message %s", "formatted")
func Containsf(t TestingT, s interface{}, contains interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return Contains(t, s, contains, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// DirExistsf checks whether a directory exists in the given path. It also fails if the path is a file rather a directory or there is an error checking whether it exists.
func DirExistsf(t TestingT, path string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return DirExists(t, path, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// ElementsMatchf asserts that the specified listA(array, slice...) is equal to specified
// listB(array, slice...) ignoring the order of the elements. If there are duplicate elements,
// the number of appearances of each of them in both lists should match.
//
// assert.ElementsMatchf(t, [1, 3, 2, 3], [1, 3, 3, 2], "error message %s", "formatted")
func ElementsMatchf(t TestingT, listA interface{}, listB interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return ElementsMatch(t, listA, listB, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// Emptyf asserts that the specified object is empty. I.e. nil, "", false, 0 or either
// a slice or a channel with len == 0.
//
// assert.Emptyf(t, obj, "error message %s", "formatted")
func Emptyf(t TestingT, object interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return Empty(t, object, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// Equalf asserts that two objects are equal.
//
// assert.Equalf(t, 123, 123, "error message %s", "formatted")
//
// Pointer variable equality is determined based on the equality of the
// referenced values (as opposed to the memory addresses). Function equality
// cannot be determined and will always fail.
func Equalf(t TestingT, expected interface{}, actual interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return Equal(t, expected, actual, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// EqualErrorf asserts that a function returned an error (i.e. not `nil`)
// and that it is equal to the provided error.
//
// actualObj, err := SomeFunction()
// assert.EqualErrorf(t, err, expectedErrorString, "error message %s", "formatted")
func EqualErrorf(t TestingT, theError error, errString string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return EqualError(t, theError, errString, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// EqualValuesf asserts that two objects are equal or convertable to the same types
// and equal.
//
// assert.EqualValuesf(t, uint32(123, "error message %s", "formatted"), int32(123))
func EqualValuesf(t TestingT, expected interface{}, actual interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return EqualValues(t, expected, actual, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// Errorf asserts that a function returned an error (i.e. not `nil`).
//
// actualObj, err := SomeFunction()
// if assert.Errorf(t, err, "error message %s", "formatted") {
// assert.Equal(t, expectedErrorf, err)
// }
func Errorf(t TestingT, err error, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return Error(t, err, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// Exactlyf asserts that two objects are equal in value and type.
//
// assert.Exactlyf(t, int32(123, "error message %s", "formatted"), int64(123))
func Exactlyf(t TestingT, expected interface{}, actual interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return Exactly(t, expected, actual, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// Failf reports a failure through
func Failf(t TestingT, failureMessage string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return Fail(t, failureMessage, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// FailNowf fails test
func FailNowf(t TestingT, failureMessage string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return FailNow(t, failureMessage, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// Falsef asserts that the specified value is false.
//
// assert.Falsef(t, myBool, "error message %s", "formatted")
func Falsef(t TestingT, value bool, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return False(t, value, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// FileExistsf checks whether a file exists in the given path. It also fails if the path points to a directory or there is an error when trying to check the file.
func FileExistsf(t TestingT, path string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return FileExists(t, path, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// Greaterf asserts that the first element is greater than the second
//
// assert.Greaterf(t, 2, 1, "error message %s", "formatted")
// assert.Greaterf(t, float64(2, "error message %s", "formatted"), float64(1))
// assert.Greaterf(t, "b", "a", "error message %s", "formatted")
func Greaterf(t TestingT, e1 interface{}, e2 interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return Greater(t, e1, e2, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// GreaterOrEqualf asserts that the first element in greater or equal than the second
//
// assert.GreaterOrEqualf(t, 2, 1, "error message %s", "formatted")
// assert.GreaterOrEqualf(t, 2, 2, "error message %s", "formatted")
// assert.GreaterOrEqualf(t, "b", "a", "error message %s", "formatted")
// assert.GreaterOrEqualf(t, "b", "b", "error message %s", "formatted")
func GreaterOrEqualf(t TestingT, e1 interface{}, e2 interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return GreaterOrEqual(t, e1, e2, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// HTTPBodyContainsf asserts that a specified handler returns a
// body that contains a string.
//
// assert.HTTPBodyContainsf(t, myHandler, "GET", "www.google.com", nil, "I'm Feeling Lucky", "error message %s", "formatted")
//
// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true) or not (false).
func HTTPBodyContainsf(t TestingT, handler http.HandlerFunc, method string, url string, values url.Values, str interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return HTTPBodyContains(t, handler, method, url, values, str, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// HTTPBodyNotContainsf asserts that a specified handler returns a
// body that does not contain a string.
//
// assert.HTTPBodyNotContainsf(t, myHandler, "GET", "www.google.com", nil, "I'm Feeling Lucky", "error message %s", "formatted")
//
// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true) or not (false).
func HTTPBodyNotContainsf(t TestingT, handler http.HandlerFunc, method string, url string, values url.Values, str interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return HTTPBodyNotContains(t, handler, method, url, values, str, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// HTTPErrorf asserts that a specified handler returns an error status code.
//
// assert.HTTPErrorf(t, myHandler, "POST", "/a/b/c", url.Values{"a": []string{"b", "c"}}
//
// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true, "error message %s", "formatted") or not (false).
func HTTPErrorf(t TestingT, handler http.HandlerFunc, method string, url string, values url.Values, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return HTTPError(t, handler, method, url, values, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// HTTPRedirectf asserts that a specified handler returns a redirect status code.
//
// assert.HTTPRedirectf(t, myHandler, "GET", "/a/b/c", url.Values{"a": []string{"b", "c"}}
//
// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true, "error message %s", "formatted") or not (false).
func HTTPRedirectf(t TestingT, handler http.HandlerFunc, method string, url string, values url.Values, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return HTTPRedirect(t, handler, method, url, values, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// HTTPSuccessf asserts that a specified handler returns a success status code.
//
// assert.HTTPSuccessf(t, myHandler, "POST", "http://www.google.com", nil, "error message %s", "formatted")
//
// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true) or not (false).
func HTTPSuccessf(t TestingT, handler http.HandlerFunc, method string, url string, values url.Values, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return HTTPSuccess(t, handler, method, url, values, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// Implementsf asserts that an object is implemented by the specified interface.
//
// assert.Implementsf(t, (*MyInterface, "error message %s", "formatted")(nil), new(MyObject))
func Implementsf(t TestingT, interfaceObject interface{}, object interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return Implements(t, interfaceObject, object, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// InDeltaf asserts that the two numerals are within delta of each other.
//
// assert.InDeltaf(t, math.Pi, (22 / 7.0, "error message %s", "formatted"), 0.01)
func InDeltaf(t TestingT, expected interface{}, actual interface{}, delta float64, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return InDelta(t, expected, actual, delta, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// InDeltaMapValuesf is the same as InDelta, but it compares all values between two maps. Both maps must have exactly the same keys.
func InDeltaMapValuesf(t TestingT, expected interface{}, actual interface{}, delta float64, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return InDeltaMapValues(t, expected, actual, delta, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// InDeltaSlicef is the same as InDelta, except it compares two slices.
func InDeltaSlicef(t TestingT, expected interface{}, actual interface{}, delta float64, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return InDeltaSlice(t, expected, actual, delta, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// InEpsilonf asserts that expected and actual have a relative error less than epsilon
func InEpsilonf(t TestingT, expected interface{}, actual interface{}, epsilon float64, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return InEpsilon(t, expected, actual, epsilon, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// InEpsilonSlicef is the same as InEpsilon, except it compares each value from two slices.
func InEpsilonSlicef(t TestingT, expected interface{}, actual interface{}, epsilon float64, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return InEpsilonSlice(t, expected, actual, epsilon, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// IsTypef asserts that the specified objects are of the same type.
func IsTypef(t TestingT, expectedType interface{}, object interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return IsType(t, expectedType, object, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// JSONEqf asserts that two JSON strings are equivalent.
//
// assert.JSONEqf(t, `{"hello": "world", "foo": "bar"}`, `{"foo": "bar", "hello": "world"}`, "error message %s", "formatted")
func JSONEqf(t TestingT, expected string, actual string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return JSONEq(t, expected, actual, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// Lenf asserts that the specified object has specific length.
// Lenf also fails if the object has a type that len() not accept.
//
// assert.Lenf(t, mySlice, 3, "error message %s", "formatted")
func Lenf(t TestingT, object interface{}, length int, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return Len(t, object, length, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// Lessf asserts that the first element in less than the second
//
// assert.Lessf(t, 1, 2, "error message %s", "formatted")
// assert.Lessf(t, float64(1, "error message %s", "formatted"), float64(2))
// assert.Lessf(t, "a", "b", "error message %s", "formatted")
func Lessf(t TestingT, e1 interface{}, e2 interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return Less(t, e1, e2, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// LessOrEqualf asserts that the first element in greater or equal than the second
//
// assert.LessOrEqualf(t, 1, 2, "error message %s", "formatted")
// assert.LessOrEqualf(t, 2, 2, "error message %s", "formatted")
// assert.LessOrEqualf(t, "a", "b", "error message %s", "formatted")
// assert.LessOrEqualf(t, "b", "b", "error message %s", "formatted")
func LessOrEqualf(t TestingT, e1 interface{}, e2 interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return LessOrEqual(t, e1, e2, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// Nilf asserts that the specified object is nil.
//
// assert.Nilf(t, err, "error message %s", "formatted")
func Nilf(t TestingT, object interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return Nil(t, object, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// NoErrorf asserts that a function returned no error (i.e. `nil`).
//
// actualObj, err := SomeFunction()
// if assert.NoErrorf(t, err, "error message %s", "formatted") {
// assert.Equal(t, expectedObj, actualObj)
// }
func NoErrorf(t TestingT, err error, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return NoError(t, err, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// NotContainsf asserts that the specified string, list(array, slice...) or map does NOT contain the
// specified substring or element.
//
// assert.NotContainsf(t, "Hello World", "Earth", "error message %s", "formatted")
// assert.NotContainsf(t, ["Hello", "World"], "Earth", "error message %s", "formatted")
// assert.NotContainsf(t, {"Hello": "World"}, "Earth", "error message %s", "formatted")
func NotContainsf(t TestingT, s interface{}, contains interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return NotContains(t, s, contains, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// NotEmptyf asserts that the specified object is NOT empty. I.e. not nil, "", false, 0 or either
// a slice or a channel with len == 0.
//
// if assert.NotEmptyf(t, obj, "error message %s", "formatted") {
// assert.Equal(t, "two", obj[1])
// }
func NotEmptyf(t TestingT, object interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return NotEmpty(t, object, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// NotEqualf asserts that the specified values are NOT equal.
//
// assert.NotEqualf(t, obj1, obj2, "error message %s", "formatted")
//
// Pointer variable equality is determined based on the equality of the
// referenced values (as opposed to the memory addresses).
func NotEqualf(t TestingT, expected interface{}, actual interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return NotEqual(t, expected, actual, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// NotNilf asserts that the specified object is not nil.
//
// assert.NotNilf(t, err, "error message %s", "formatted")
func NotNilf(t TestingT, object interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return NotNil(t, object, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// NotPanicsf asserts that the code inside the specified PanicTestFunc does NOT panic.
//
// assert.NotPanicsf(t, func(){ RemainCalm() }, "error message %s", "formatted")
func NotPanicsf(t TestingT, f PanicTestFunc, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return NotPanics(t, f, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// NotRegexpf asserts that a specified regexp does not match a string.
//
// assert.NotRegexpf(t, regexp.MustCompile("starts", "error message %s", "formatted"), "it's starting")
// assert.NotRegexpf(t, "^start", "it's not starting", "error message %s", "formatted")
func NotRegexpf(t TestingT, rx interface{}, str interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return NotRegexp(t, rx, str, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// NotSubsetf asserts that the specified list(array, slice...) contains not all
// elements given in the specified subset(array, slice...).
//
// assert.NotSubsetf(t, [1, 3, 4], [1, 2], "But [1, 3, 4] does not contain [1, 2]", "error message %s", "formatted")
func NotSubsetf(t TestingT, list interface{}, subset interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return NotSubset(t, list, subset, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// NotZerof asserts that i is not the zero value for its type.
func NotZerof(t TestingT, i interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return NotZero(t, i, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// Panicsf asserts that the code inside the specified PanicTestFunc panics.
//
// assert.Panicsf(t, func(){ GoCrazy() }, "error message %s", "formatted")
func Panicsf(t TestingT, f PanicTestFunc, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return Panics(t, f, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// PanicsWithValuef asserts that the code inside the specified PanicTestFunc panics, and that
// the recovered panic value equals the expected panic value.
//
// assert.PanicsWithValuef(t, "crazy error", func(){ GoCrazy() }, "error message %s", "formatted")
func PanicsWithValuef(t TestingT, expected interface{}, f PanicTestFunc, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return PanicsWithValue(t, expected, f, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// Regexpf asserts that a specified regexp matches a string.
//
// assert.Regexpf(t, regexp.MustCompile("start", "error message %s", "formatted"), "it's starting")
// assert.Regexpf(t, "start...$", "it's not starting", "error message %s", "formatted")
func Regexpf(t TestingT, rx interface{}, str interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return Regexp(t, rx, str, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// Samef asserts that two pointers reference the same object.
//
// assert.Samef(t, ptr1, ptr2, "error message %s", "formatted")
//
// Both arguments must be pointer variables. Pointer variable sameness is
// determined based on the equality of both type and value.
func Samef(t TestingT, expected interface{}, actual interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return Same(t, expected, actual, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// Subsetf asserts that the specified list(array, slice...) contains all
// elements given in the specified subset(array, slice...).
//
// assert.Subsetf(t, [1, 2, 3], [1, 2], "But [1, 2, 3] does contain [1, 2]", "error message %s", "formatted")
func Subsetf(t TestingT, list interface{}, subset interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return Subset(t, list, subset, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// Truef asserts that the specified value is true.
//
// assert.Truef(t, myBool, "error message %s", "formatted")
func Truef(t TestingT, value bool, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return True(t, value, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// WithinDurationf asserts that the two times are within duration delta of each other.
//
// assert.WithinDurationf(t, time.Now(), time.Now(), 10*time.Second, "error message %s", "formatted")
func WithinDurationf(t TestingT, expected time.Time, actual time.Time, delta time.Duration, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return WithinDuration(t, expected, actual, delta, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
// Zerof asserts that i is the zero value for its type.
func Zerof(t TestingT, i interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
h.Helper()
}
return Zero(t, i, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
}
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