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Source code changes of the file "googlemock/test/gmock_output_test_.cc" between
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gmock_output_test_.cc  (googletest-release-1.11.0):gmock_output_test_.cc  (googletest-release-1.12.0)
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// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT // THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE // (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. // OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
// Tests Google Mock's output in various scenarios. This ensures that // Tests Google Mock's output in various scenarios. This ensures that
// Google Mock's messages are readable and useful. // Google Mock's messages are readable and useful.
#include "gmock/gmock.h"
#include <stdio.h> #include <stdio.h>
#include <string> #include <string>
#include "gmock/gmock.h"
#include "gtest/gtest.h" #include "gtest/gtest.h"
// Silence C4100 (unreferenced formal parameter) // Silence C4100 (unreferenced formal parameter)
#ifdef _MSC_VER #ifdef _MSC_VER
# pragma warning(push) #pragma warning(push)
# pragma warning(disable:4100) #pragma warning(disable : 4100)
#endif #endif
using testing::_; using testing::_;
using testing::AnyNumber; using testing::AnyNumber;
using testing::Ge; using testing::Ge;
using testing::InSequence; using testing::InSequence;
using testing::NaggyMock; using testing::NaggyMock;
using testing::Ref; using testing::Ref;
using testing::Return; using testing::Return;
using testing::Sequence; using testing::Sequence;
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class MockFoo { class MockFoo {
public: public:
MockFoo() {} MockFoo() {}
MOCK_METHOD3(Bar, char(const std::string& s, int i, double x)); MOCK_METHOD3(Bar, char(const std::string& s, int i, double x));
MOCK_METHOD2(Bar2, bool(int x, int y)); MOCK_METHOD2(Bar2, bool(int x, int y));
MOCK_METHOD2(Bar3, void(int x, int y)); MOCK_METHOD2(Bar3, void(int x, int y));
private: private:
GTEST_DISALLOW_COPY_AND_ASSIGN_(MockFoo); MockFoo(const MockFoo&) = delete;
MockFoo& operator=(const MockFoo&) = delete;
}; };
class GMockOutputTest : public testing::Test { class GMockOutputTest : public testing::Test {
protected: protected:
NaggyMock<MockFoo> foo_; NaggyMock<MockFoo> foo_;
}; };
TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, ExpectedCall) { TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, ExpectedCall) {
testing::GMOCK_FLAG(verbose) = "info"; GMOCK_FLAG_SET(verbose, "info");
EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(0, _)); EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(0, _));
foo_.Bar2(0, 0); // Expected call foo_.Bar2(0, 0); // Expected call
testing::GMOCK_FLAG(verbose) = "warning"; GMOCK_FLAG_SET(verbose, "warning");
} }
TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, ExpectedCallToVoidFunction) { TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, ExpectedCallToVoidFunction) {
testing::GMOCK_FLAG(verbose) = "info"; GMOCK_FLAG_SET(verbose, "info");
EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar3(0, _)); EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar3(0, _));
foo_.Bar3(0, 0); // Expected call foo_.Bar3(0, 0); // Expected call
testing::GMOCK_FLAG(verbose) = "warning"; GMOCK_FLAG_SET(verbose, "warning");
} }
TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, ExplicitActionsRunOut) { TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, ExplicitActionsRunOut) {
EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(_, _)) EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(_, _)).Times(2).WillOnce(Return(false));
.Times(2)
.WillOnce(Return(false));
foo_.Bar2(2, 2); foo_.Bar2(2, 2);
foo_.Bar2(1, 1); // Explicit actions in EXPECT_CALL run out. foo_.Bar2(1, 1); // Explicit actions in EXPECT_CALL run out.
} }
TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, UnexpectedCall) { TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, UnexpectedCall) {
EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(0, _)); EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(0, _));
foo_.Bar2(1, 0); // Unexpected call foo_.Bar2(1, 0); // Unexpected call
foo_.Bar2(0, 0); // Expected call foo_.Bar2(0, 0); // Expected call
} }
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TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, UninterestingCall) { TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, UninterestingCall) {
foo_.Bar2(0, 1); // Uninteresting call foo_.Bar2(0, 1); // Uninteresting call
} }
TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, UninterestingCallToVoidFunction) { TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, UninterestingCallToVoidFunction) {
foo_.Bar3(0, 1); // Uninteresting call foo_.Bar3(0, 1); // Uninteresting call
} }
TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, RetiredExpectation) { TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, RetiredExpectation) {
EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(_, _)) EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(_, _)).RetiresOnSaturation();
.RetiresOnSaturation();
EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(0, 0)); EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(0, 0));
foo_.Bar2(1, 1); foo_.Bar2(1, 1);
foo_.Bar2(1, 1); // Matches a retired expectation foo_.Bar2(1, 1); // Matches a retired expectation
foo_.Bar2(0, 0); foo_.Bar2(0, 0);
} }
TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, UnsatisfiedPrerequisite) { TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, UnsatisfiedPrerequisite) {
{ {
InSequence s; InSequence s;
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foo_.Bar2(1, 0); // Has one immediate unsatisfied pre-requisite foo_.Bar2(1, 0); // Has one immediate unsatisfied pre-requisite
foo_.Bar("Hi", 0, 0); foo_.Bar("Hi", 0, 0);
foo_.Bar2(0, 0); foo_.Bar2(0, 0);
foo_.Bar2(1, 0); foo_.Bar2(1, 0);
} }
TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, UnsatisfiedPrerequisites) { TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, UnsatisfiedPrerequisites) {
Sequence s1, s2; Sequence s1, s2;
EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar(_, 0, _)) EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar(_, 0, _)).InSequence(s1);
.InSequence(s1); EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(0, 0)).InSequence(s2);
EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(0, 0)) EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(1, _)).InSequence(s1, s2);
.InSequence(s2);
EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(1, _))
.InSequence(s1, s2);
foo_.Bar2(1, 0); // Has two immediate unsatisfied pre-requisites foo_.Bar2(1, 0); // Has two immediate unsatisfied pre-requisites
foo_.Bar("Hi", 0, 0); foo_.Bar("Hi", 0, 0);
foo_.Bar2(0, 0); foo_.Bar2(0, 0);
foo_.Bar2(1, 0); foo_.Bar2(1, 0);
} }
TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, UnsatisfiedWith) { TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, UnsatisfiedWith) {
EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(_, _)).With(Ge()); EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(_, _)).With(Ge());
} }
TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, UnsatisfiedExpectation) { TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, UnsatisfiedExpectation) {
EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar(_, _, _)); EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar(_, _, _));
EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(0, _)) EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(0, _)).Times(2);
.Times(2);
foo_.Bar2(0, 1); foo_.Bar2(0, 1);
} }
TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, MismatchArguments) { TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, MismatchArguments) {
const std::string s = "Hi"; const std::string s = "Hi";
EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar(Ref(s), _, Ge(0))); EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar(Ref(s), _, Ge(0)));
foo_.Bar("Ho", 0, -0.1); // Mismatch arguments foo_.Bar("Ho", 0, -0.1); // Mismatch arguments
foo_.Bar(s, 0, 0); foo_.Bar(s, 0, 0);
} }
TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, MismatchWith) { TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, MismatchWith) {
EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(Ge(2), Ge(1))) EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(Ge(2), Ge(1))).With(Ge());
.With(Ge());
foo_.Bar2(2, 3); // Mismatch With() foo_.Bar2(2, 3); // Mismatch With()
foo_.Bar2(2, 1); foo_.Bar2(2, 1);
} }
TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, MismatchArgumentsAndWith) { TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, MismatchArgumentsAndWith) {
EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(Ge(2), Ge(1))) EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(Ge(2), Ge(1))).With(Ge());
.With(Ge());
foo_.Bar2(1, 3); // Mismatch arguments and mismatch With() foo_.Bar2(1, 3); // Mismatch arguments and mismatch With()
foo_.Bar2(2, 1); foo_.Bar2(2, 1);
} }
TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, UnexpectedCallWithDefaultAction) { TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, UnexpectedCallWithDefaultAction) {
ON_CALL(foo_, Bar2(_, _)) ON_CALL(foo_, Bar2(_, _)).WillByDefault(Return(true)); // Default action #1
.WillByDefault(Return(true)); // Default action #1 ON_CALL(foo_, Bar2(1, _)).WillByDefault(Return(false)); // Default action #2
ON_CALL(foo_, Bar2(1, _))
.WillByDefault(Return(false)); // Default action #2
EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(2, 2)); EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(2, 2));
foo_.Bar2(1, 0); // Unexpected call, takes default action #2. foo_.Bar2(1, 0); // Unexpected call, takes default action #2.
foo_.Bar2(0, 0); // Unexpected call, takes default action #1. foo_.Bar2(0, 0); // Unexpected call, takes default action #1.
foo_.Bar2(2, 2); // Expected call. foo_.Bar2(2, 2); // Expected call.
} }
TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, ExcessiveCallWithDefaultAction) { TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, ExcessiveCallWithDefaultAction) {
ON_CALL(foo_, Bar2(_, _)) ON_CALL(foo_, Bar2(_, _)).WillByDefault(Return(true)); // Default action #1
.WillByDefault(Return(true)); // Default action #1 ON_CALL(foo_, Bar2(1, _)).WillByDefault(Return(false)); // Default action #2
ON_CALL(foo_, Bar2(1, _))
.WillByDefault(Return(false)); // Default action #2
EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(2, 2)); EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(2, 2));
EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(1, 1)); EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(1, 1));
foo_.Bar2(2, 2); // Expected call. foo_.Bar2(2, 2); // Expected call.
foo_.Bar2(2, 2); // Excessive call, takes default action #1. foo_.Bar2(2, 2); // Excessive call, takes default action #1.
foo_.Bar2(1, 1); // Expected call. foo_.Bar2(1, 1); // Expected call.
foo_.Bar2(1, 1); // Excessive call, takes default action #2. foo_.Bar2(1, 1); // Excessive call, takes default action #2.
} }
TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, UninterestingCallWithDefaultAction) { TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, UninterestingCallWithDefaultAction) {
ON_CALL(foo_, Bar2(_, _)) ON_CALL(foo_, Bar2(_, _)).WillByDefault(Return(true)); // Default action #1
.WillByDefault(Return(true)); // Default action #1 ON_CALL(foo_, Bar2(1, _)).WillByDefault(Return(false)); // Default action #2
ON_CALL(foo_, Bar2(1, _))
.WillByDefault(Return(false)); // Default action #2
foo_.Bar2(2, 2); // Uninteresting call, takes default action #1. foo_.Bar2(2, 2); // Uninteresting call, takes default action #1.
foo_.Bar2(1, 1); // Uninteresting call, takes default action #2. foo_.Bar2(1, 1); // Uninteresting call, takes default action #2.
} }
TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, ExplicitActionsRunOutWithDefaultAction) { TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, ExplicitActionsRunOutWithDefaultAction) {
ON_CALL(foo_, Bar2(_, _)) ON_CALL(foo_, Bar2(_, _)).WillByDefault(Return(true)); // Default action #1
.WillByDefault(Return(true)); // Default action #1
EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(_, _)) EXPECT_CALL(foo_, Bar2(_, _)).Times(2).WillOnce(Return(false));
.Times(2)
.WillOnce(Return(false));
foo_.Bar2(2, 2); foo_.Bar2(2, 2);
foo_.Bar2(1, 1); // Explicit actions in EXPECT_CALL run out. foo_.Bar2(1, 1); // Explicit actions in EXPECT_CALL run out.
} }
TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, CatchesLeakedMocks) { TEST_F(GMockOutputTest, CatchesLeakedMocks) {
MockFoo* foo1 = new MockFoo; MockFoo* foo1 = new MockFoo;
MockFoo* foo2 = new MockFoo; MockFoo* foo2 = new MockFoo;
// Invokes ON_CALL on foo1. // Invokes ON_CALL on foo1.
ON_CALL(*foo1, Bar(_, _, _)).WillByDefault(Return('a')); ON_CALL(*foo1, Bar(_, _, _)).WillByDefault(Return('a'));
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void TestCatchesLeakedMocksInAdHocTests() { void TestCatchesLeakedMocksInAdHocTests() {
MockFoo* foo = new MockFoo; MockFoo* foo = new MockFoo;
// Invokes EXPECT_CALL on foo. // Invokes EXPECT_CALL on foo.
EXPECT_CALL(*foo, Bar2(_, _)); EXPECT_CALL(*foo, Bar2(_, _));
foo->Bar2(2, 1); foo->Bar2(2, 1);
// foo is deliberately leaked. // foo is deliberately leaked.
} }
int main(int argc, char **argv) { int main(int argc, char** argv) {
testing::InitGoogleMock(&argc, argv); testing::InitGoogleMock(&argc, argv);
// Ensures that the tests pass no matter what value of // Ensures that the tests pass no matter what value of
// --gmock_catch_leaked_mocks and --gmock_verbose the user specifies. // --gmock_catch_leaked_mocks and --gmock_verbose the user specifies.
testing::GMOCK_FLAG(catch_leaked_mocks) = true; GMOCK_FLAG_SET(catch_leaked_mocks, true);
testing::GMOCK_FLAG(verbose) = "warning"; GMOCK_FLAG_SET(verbose, "warning");
TestCatchesLeakedMocksInAdHocTests(); TestCatchesLeakedMocksInAdHocTests();
return RUN_ALL_TESTS(); return RUN_ALL_TESTS();
} }
#ifdef _MSC_VER #ifdef _MSC_VER
# pragma warning(pop) #pragma warning(pop)
#endif #endif
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