Class: Riot::PrettyDotMatrixReporter

Inherits:
DotMatrixReporter show all
Defined in:
lib/riot/reporter/pretty_dot_matrix.rb

Overview

This is essentially just DotMatrix with the legacy DotMatrix formatting, slightly better. Failure and Error outputs are color labeled and are formatted neatly and concisely under each associated label. example: .….…FE.… FAILURE

A failure would have a message like this => expected 1, not 0
(on line 26 in test/core/blah.rb)

ERROR

A reporter asserts this errors => Exception occured
at test/core/report_test.rb:24:in `block (2 levels) in <top (required)>'

Instance Attribute Summary

Attributes inherited from Reporter

#current_context, #errors, #failures, #passes

Instance Method Summary (collapse)

Methods inherited from DotMatrixReporter

#initialize, #pass, #results

Methods inherited from IOReporter

#filter_backtrace, #format_error, #green, #initialize, #line_info, #plain?, #print, #puts, #red, #results, #with_color, #yellow

Methods inherited from Reporter

#describe_context, #initialize, #new, #pass, #report, #results, #success?, #summarize

Constructor Details

This class inherits a constructor from Riot::DotMatrixReporter

Instance Method Details

- (Object) error(description, e)

Prints out an red E and formats the fail message better



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# File 'lib/riot/reporter/pretty_dot_matrix.rb', line 25

def error(description, e)
  print red('E')
  @details << "#{red("ERROR")}\n #{test_detail(description,"#{e} occured")}\n #{simple_error(e)}"
end

- (Object) fail(description, message, line, file)

Prints a yellow F and formats the Fail messages a bit better than the default DotMatrixReporter



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# File 'lib/riot/reporter/pretty_dot_matrix.rb', line 19

def fail(description, message, line, file)
  print yellow('F')
  @details << "#{yellow("FAILURE")}\n #{test_detail(description, message)}\n #{line_info(line, file)}".strip
end

- (Object) simple_error(e)



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# File 'lib/riot/reporter/pretty_dot_matrix.rb', line 30

def simple_error(e)
  format = []
  filter_backtrace(e.backtrace) { |line| format << "at #{line}" }
  format.join("\n")
end