Class PlainJUnitResultFormatter

    • Method Summary

      All Methods Instance Methods Concrete Methods 
      Modifier and Type Method Description
      void addError​(junit.framework.Test test, java.lang.Throwable t)
      Interface TestListener.
      void addFailure​(junit.framework.Test test, java.lang.Throwable t)
      Interface TestListener for JUnit <= 3.4.
      void addFailure​(junit.framework.Test test, junit.framework.AssertionFailedError t)
      Interface TestListener for JUnit > 3.4.
      void endTest​(junit.framework.Test test)
      Interface TestListener.
      void endTestSuite​(JUnitTest suite)
      The whole testsuite ended.
      void formatSkip​(junit.framework.Test test, java.lang.String message)  
      void setOutput​(java.io.OutputStream out)
      Sets the stream the formatter is supposed to write its results to.
      void setSystemError​(java.lang.String err)
      This is what the test has written to System.err
      void setSystemOutput​(java.lang.String out)
      This is what the test has written to System.out
      void startTest​(junit.framework.Test t)
      Interface TestListener.
      void startTestSuite​(JUnitTest suite)
      The whole testsuite started.
      void testAssumptionFailure​(junit.framework.Test test, java.lang.Throwable throwable)
      Receive a report that a test has failed an assumption.
      void testIgnored​(junit.framework.Test test)
      Reports when a test has been marked with the @Ignore annotation.
      • Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object

        clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
    • Constructor Detail

      • PlainJUnitResultFormatter

        public PlainJUnitResultFormatter()
        No arg constructor
    • Method Detail

      • setSystemOutput

        public void setSystemOutput​(java.lang.String out)
        This is what the test has written to System.out.
        Specified by:
        setSystemOutput in interface JUnitResultFormatter
        Parameters:
        out - the string to write.
      • setSystemError

        public void setSystemError​(java.lang.String err)
        This is what the test has written to System.err.
        Specified by:
        setSystemError in interface JUnitResultFormatter
        Parameters:
        err - the string to write.
      • startTest

        public void startTest​(junit.framework.Test t)
        Interface TestListener.

        A new Test is started.

        Specified by:
        startTest in interface junit.framework.TestListener
        Parameters:
        t - the test.
      • endTest

        public void endTest​(junit.framework.Test test)
        Interface TestListener.

        A Test is finished.

        Specified by:
        endTest in interface junit.framework.TestListener
        Parameters:
        test - the test.
      • addFailure

        public void addFailure​(junit.framework.Test test,
                               java.lang.Throwable t)
        Interface TestListener for JUnit <= 3.4.

        A Test failed.

        Parameters:
        test - the test.
        t - the exception.
      • addFailure

        public void addFailure​(junit.framework.Test test,
                               junit.framework.AssertionFailedError t)
        Interface TestListener for JUnit > 3.4.

        A Test failed.

        Specified by:
        addFailure in interface junit.framework.TestListener
        Parameters:
        test - the test.
        t - the assertion that failed.
      • addError

        public void addError​(junit.framework.Test test,
                             java.lang.Throwable t)
        Interface TestListener.

        An error occurred while running the test.

        Specified by:
        addError in interface junit.framework.TestListener
        Parameters:
        test - the test.
        t - the exception.
      • testIgnored

        public void testIgnored​(junit.framework.Test test)
        Description copied from interface: IgnoredTestListener
        Reports when a test has been marked with the @Ignore annotation. The parameter should normally be typed to JUnit's JUnit4TestCaseFacade so implementing classes should be able to get the details of the ignore by casting the argument and retrieving the descriptor from the test.
        Specified by:
        testIgnored in interface IgnoredTestListener
        Parameters:
        test - the details of the test and failure that have triggered this report.
      • formatSkip

        public void formatSkip​(junit.framework.Test test,
                               java.lang.String message)
      • testAssumptionFailure

        public void testAssumptionFailure​(junit.framework.Test test,
                                          java.lang.Throwable throwable)
        Description copied from interface: IgnoredTestListener
        Receive a report that a test has failed an assumption. Within JUnit4 this is normally treated as a test being skipped, although how any listener handles this is up to that specific listener.

        Note: Tests that throw assumption failures will still report the endTest method, which may differ from how the addError and addFailure methods work, it's up for any implementing classes to handle this.

        Specified by:
        testAssumptionFailure in interface IgnoredTestListener
        Parameters:
        test - the details of the test and failure that have triggered this report.
        throwable - the AssumptionViolatedException thrown from the current assumption failure.