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package de.codecentric;
enum Location {
EARTH, ASGARD, TITAN
}
package de.codecentric;
import java.util.StringJoiner;
final class MarvelCharacter {
private final String name;
private final String realName;
private final Location home;
MarvelCharacter(String name, String realName, Location home) {
this.name = name;
this.realName = realName;
this.home = home;
}
public String getRealName() {
return realName;
}
public Location getHome() {
return home;
}
@Override
public String toString() {
return new StringJoiner(", ", MarvelCharacter.class.getSimpleName() + "[", "]")
.add("name='" + name + "'")
.add("realName='" + realName + "'")
.add("home=" + home)
.toString();
}
}
package de.codecentric;
import org.junit.jupiter.api.Test;
import static de.codecentric.MarvelCharacterHandWrittenAssert.assertThat;
class A10_MarvelCharacterTest extends MarvelCharacterTestData {
@Test
void customAssertions() {
assertThat(capAmerica)
.hasRealName("Steve");
}
}
\ No newline at end of file
package de.codecentric;
import org.junit.jupiter.api.Test;
import static de.codecentric.MarvelCharacterAssert.assertThat;
class A11_MarvelCharacterUsingGeneratedAssertionTest extends MarvelCharacterTestData {
@Test
void useGeneratedAssertions() {
assertThat(capAmerica)
.hasHome(Location.EARTH)
.hasRealName("Steve");
}
}
package de.codecentric;
import org.assertj.core.api.WithAssertions;
import org.junit.jupiter.api.Test;
class A1_BasicTest implements WithAssertions {
@Test
void nullability() {
String nothing = null;
String universe = "Marvel";
}
@Test
void booleans() {
boolean marvelIsCool = true;
assertThat(marvelIsCool).isTrue();
}
@Test
void what_is_wrong_with_that() {
assertThat("Iron Man").isEqualTo("Batman");
}
@Test
void withCustomMessage() {
assertThat("Ant Man")
.as("Check real cool superhero name")
.isEqualTo("Spider Man");
}
}
package de.codecentric;
import org.assertj.core.api.WithAssertions;
import org.junit.jupiter.api.Test;
class A2_StringTest implements WithAssertions {
@Test
void all_Things_With_Strings() {
assertThat("Marvel")
.isEqualToIgnoringCase("MARVEL")
.isNotBlank()
.hasSize(6)
.startsWith("Mar")
.endsWith("vel")
.contains("arv")
.isInstanceOf(String.class);
}
}
package de.codecentric;
import org.assertj.core.api.WithAssertions;
import org.junit.jupiter.api.Test;
class A3_FieldByFieldTest implements WithAssertions {
@Test
void expectToBeEqual() {
var ironMan =
new MarvelCharacter("Iron Man", "Tony", Location.EARTH);
var ironMan2 =
new MarvelCharacter("Iron Man", "Tony", Location.EARTH);
assertThat(ironMan)
.isEqualToComparingFieldByField(ironMan2);
}
}
package de.codecentric;
import org.assertj.core.api.WithAssertions;
import org.junit.jupiter.api.Test;
import java.util.Optional;
class A4_OptionalTest extends MarvelCharacterTestData implements WithAssertions {
@Test
void dont_get_inside_assertThat() {
Optional<String> foo = Optional.empty();
//FIXME this will fail
assertThat(foo.get()).isEqualTo("bar");
}
@Test
void be_idiomatic() {
Optional<String> foo = Optional.of("bar");
assertThat(foo)
.isPresent()
.isNotEmpty()
.contains("bar")
.hasValue("bar");
}
@Test
void complexObjectWrappedInOptional() {
Optional<MarvelCharacter> hero = Optional.of(ironMan);
assertThat(hero)
.hasValue(ironMan);
assertThat(hero)
.get()
.isEqualToComparingFieldByFieldRecursively(ironMan);
assertThat(hero)
.usingFieldByFieldValueComparator()
.contains(ironMan);
}
}
package de.codecentric;
import org.assertj.core.api.WithAssertions;
import org.junit.jupiter.api.Test;
class A5_ComparableTest implements WithAssertions {
@Test
void compareNumbers() {
assertThat(10)
.isGreaterThan(1)
.isLessThan(20)
.isEqualByComparingTo(10);
}
@Test
void compareStrings() {
// We do not want to rely on String#compareTo here
assertThat("infinity")
.usingComparator(String::compareToIgnoreCase)
.isEqualTo("INFINITY");
assertThat("Stan Lee")
.usingComparator((o1, o2) -> o1.length() - o2.length())
.isEqualTo("John Doe");
}
}
package de.codecentric;
import org.assertj.core.api.ThrowableAssert.ThrowingCallable;
import org.assertj.core.api.WithAssertions;
import org.junit.jupiter.api.Test;
class A6_ExceptionTest extends MarvelCharacterTestData implements WithAssertions {
@Test
void expectException_StyleA() {
assertThatThrownBy(() -> grabTheHammer(ironMan))
.isInstanceOf(IllegalArgumentException.class)
.hasMessage("You are not worthy");
}
@Test
void expectException_StyleB() {
assertThatExceptionOfType(IllegalArgumentException.class)
.isThrownBy(() -> grabTheHammer(capAmerica))
.withMessage("You are not worthy");
}
@Test
void convenience_methods() {
assertThatIllegalArgumentException()
.isThrownBy(() -> grabTheHammer(loki))
.withMessage("You are not worthy");
// assertThatIllegalStateException
// assertThatNullPointerException
// assertThatIOException
}
@Test
void bdd_style() {
// given
ThrowingCallable callable = () -> grabTheHammer(hulk);
// when
Throwable thrown = catchThrowable(callable);
// then
assertThat(thrown)
.isInstanceOf(IllegalArgumentException.class)
.hasMessage("You are not worthy");
}
private void grabTheHammer(MarvelCharacter character) {
if (!character.equals(thor)) {
throw new IllegalArgumentException("You are not worthy");
}
System.out.println("Almighty God! You are Thor! :-O");
}
}
package de.codecentric;
import org.assertj.core.data.Index;
import org.junit.jupiter.api.Test;
import java.util.List;
import static de.codecentric.Location.EARTH;
import static org.assertj.core.api.Assertions.assertThat;
class A7_CollectionTest extends MarvelCharacterTestData {
@Test
void simpleContains() {
List<String> strings =
List.of("foo", "bar", "foobar", "foo");
assertThat(strings)
.contains("bar", Index.atIndex(1));
}
@Test
void collectionTest() {
Iterable<MarvelCharacter> avengers =
List.of(capAmerica, ironMan, thor);
assertThat(avengers)
.isNotEmpty()
.hasSize(3)
.contains(capAmerica, ironMan)
.doesNotContain(loki)
.containsExactly(capAmerica, ironMan, thor)
.containsExactlyInAnyOrder(ironMan, thor, capAmerica);
assertThat(avengers)
.first()
.isEqualTo(capAmerica);
}
@Test
void extractingTests() {
Iterable<MarvelCharacter> avengers =
List.of(capAmerica, ironMan, hulk);
assertThat(avengers)
.extracting(MarvelCharacter::getRealName)
.contains("Steve", "Tony", "Bruce")
.doesNotContain("Clark");
}
@Test