Class: MethodFormatter

Inherits:
DottedFormatter show all
Defined in:
lib/mspec/runner/formatters/method.rb

Instance Attribute Summary collapse

Attributes inherited from DottedFormatter

#exceptions, #tally, #timer

Instance Method Summary collapse

Methods inherited from DottedFormatter

#abort, #exception, #exception?, #failure?, #print, #print_exception, #register

Constructor Details

#initialize(out = nil) ⇒ MethodFormatter

Returns a new instance of MethodFormatter


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# File 'lib/mspec/runner/formatters/method.rb', line 6

def initialize(out=nil)
  super
  @methods = Hash.new do |h, k|
    hash = {}
    hash[:examples]     = 0
    hash[:expectations] = 0
    hash[:failures]     = 0
    hash[:errors]       = 0
    hash[:exceptions]   = []
    h[k] = hash
  end
end

Instance Attribute Details

#methodsObject

Returns the value of attribute methods


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# File 'lib/mspec/runner/formatters/method.rb', line 4

def methods
  @methods
end

Instance Method Details

#after(state) ⇒ Object

Callback for the MSpec :after event. Sets or adds to tallies for the example block.


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# File 'lib/mspec/runner/formatters/method.rb', line 63

def after(state)
  h = methods[@key]
  h[:examples]     += tally.counter.examples
  h[:expectations] += tally.counter.expectations
  h[:failures]     += tally.counter.failures
  h[:errors]       += tally.counter.errors
  @exceptions.each do |exc|
    h[:exceptions] << "#{exc.message}\n#{exc.backtrace}\n"
  end
end

#before(state) ⇒ Object

Callback for the MSpec :before event. Parses the describe string into class and method if possible. Resets the tallies so the counts are only for this example.


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# File 'lib/mspec/runner/formatters/method.rb', line 36

def before(state)
  super

  # The pattern for a method name is not correctly
  # restrictive but it is simplistic and useful
  # for our purpose.
  /^([A-Za-z_]+\w*)(\.|#|::)([^ ]+)/ =~ state.describe
  @key = $1 && $2 && $3 ? "#{$1}#{$2}#{$3}" : state.describe

  unless methods.key? @key
    h = methods[@key]
    h[:class]       = "#{$1}"
    h[:method]      = "#{$3}"
    h[:type]        = method_type $2
    h[:description] = state.description
  end

  tally.counter.examples     = 0
  tally.counter.expectations = 0
  tally.counter.failures     = 0
  tally.counter.errors       = 0

  @exceptions = []
end

#finishObject

Callback for the MSpec :finish event. Prints out the summary information in YAML format for all the methods.


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# File 'lib/mspec/runner/formatters/method.rb', line 76

def finish
  print "---\n"

  methods.each do |key, hash|
    print key.inspect, ":\n"
    print "  class: ",        hash[:class].inspect,        "\n"
    print "  method: ",       hash[:method].inspect,       "\n"
    print "  type: ",         hash[:type],                 "\n"
    print "  description: ",  hash[:description].inspect,  "\n"
    print "  examples: ",     hash[:examples],             "\n"
    print "  expectations: ", hash[:expectations],         "\n"
    print "  failures: ",     hash[:failures],             "\n"
    print "  errors: ",       hash[:errors],               "\n"
    print "  exceptions:\n"
    hash[:exceptions].each { |exc| print "  - ", exc.inspect, "\n" }
  end
end

#method_type(sep) ⇒ Object

Returns the type of method as a “class”, “instance”, or “unknown”.


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# File 'lib/mspec/runner/formatters/method.rb', line 21

def method_type(sep)
  case sep
  when '.', '::'
    "class"
  when '#'
    "instance"
  else
    "unknown"
  end
end