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 30// Author: wan@google.com (Zhanyong Wan)
 31//
 32// Tests using global test environments.
 33
 34#include <stdlib.h>
 35#include <stdio.h>
 36#include <gtest/gtest.h>
 37
 38namespace testing {
 39GTEST_DECLARE_string_(filter);
 40}
 41
 42namespace {
 43
 44enum FailureType {
 45  NO_FAILURE, NON_FATAL_FAILURE, FATAL_FAILURE
 46};
 47
 48// For testing using global test environments.
 49class MyEnvironment : public testing::Environment {
 50 public:
 51  MyEnvironment() { Reset(); }
 52
 53  // Depending on the value of failure_in_set_up_, SetUp() will
 54  // generate a non-fatal failure, generate a fatal failure, or
 55  // succeed.
 56  virtual void SetUp() {
 57    set_up_was_run_ = true;
 58
 59    switch (failure_in_set_up_) {
 60      case NON_FATAL_FAILURE:
 61        ADD_FAILURE() << "Expected non-fatal failure in global set-up.";
 62        break;
 63      case FATAL_FAILURE:
 64        FAIL() << "Expected fatal failure in global set-up.";
 65        break;
 66      default:
 67        break;
 68    }
 69  }
 70
 71  // Generates a non-fatal failure.
 72  virtual void TearDown() {
 73    tear_down_was_run_ = true;
 74    ADD_FAILURE() << "Expected non-fatal failure in global tear-down.";
 75  }
 76
 77  // Resets the state of the environment s.t. it can be reused.
 78  void Reset() {
 79    failure_in_set_up_ = NO_FAILURE;
 80    set_up_was_run_ = false;
 81    tear_down_was_run_ = false;
 82  }
 83
 84  // We call this function to set the type of failure SetUp() should
 85  // generate.
 86  void set_failure_in_set_up(FailureType type) {
 87    failure_in_set_up_ = type;
 88  }
 89
 90  // Was SetUp() run?
 91  bool set_up_was_run() const { return set_up_was_run_; }
 92
 93  // Was TearDown() run?
 94  bool tear_down_was_run() const { return tear_down_was_run_; }
 95 private:
 96  FailureType failure_in_set_up_;
 97  bool set_up_was_run_;
 98  bool tear_down_was_run_;
 99};
100
101// Was the TEST run?
102bool test_was_run;
103
104// The sole purpose of this TEST is to enable us to check whether it
105// was run.
106TEST(FooTest, Bar) {
107  test_was_run = true;
108}
109
110// Prints the message and aborts the program if condition is false.
111void Check(bool condition, const char* msg) {
112  if (!condition) {
113    printf("FAILED: %s\n", msg);
114    abort();
115  }
116}
117
118// Runs the tests.  Return true iff successful.
119//
120// The 'failure' parameter specifies the type of failure that should
121// be generated by the global set-up.
122int RunAllTests(MyEnvironment* env, FailureType failure) {
123  env->Reset();
124  env->set_failure_in_set_up(failure);
125  test_was_run = false;
126  return RUN_ALL_TESTS();
127}
128
129}  // namespace
130
131int main(int argc, char **argv) {
132  testing::InitGoogleTest(&argc, argv);
133
134  // Registers a global test environment, and verifies that the
135  // registration function returns its argument.
136  MyEnvironment* const env = new MyEnvironment;
137  Check(testing::AddGlobalTestEnvironment(env) == env,
138        "AddGlobalTestEnvironment() should return its argument.");
139
140  // Verifies that RUN_ALL_TESTS() runs the tests when the global
141  // set-up is successful.
142  Check(RunAllTests(env, NO_FAILURE) != 0,
143        "RUN_ALL_TESTS() should return non-zero, as the global tear-down "
144        "should generate a failure.");
145  Check(test_was_run,
146        "The tests should run, as the global set-up should generate no "
147        "failure");
148  Check(env->tear_down_was_run(),
149        "The global tear-down should run, as the global set-up was run.");
150
151  // Verifies that RUN_ALL_TESTS() runs the tests when the global
152  // set-up generates no fatal failure.
153  Check(RunAllTests(env, NON_FATAL_FAILURE) != 0,
154        "RUN_ALL_TESTS() should return non-zero, as both the global set-up "
155        "and the global tear-down should generate a non-fatal failure.");
156  Check(test_was_run,
157        "The tests should run, as the global set-up should generate no "
158        "fatal failure.");
159  Check(env->tear_down_was_run(),
160        "The global tear-down should run, as the global set-up was run.");
161
162  // Verifies that RUN_ALL_TESTS() runs no test when the global set-up
163  // generates a fatal failure.
164  Check(RunAllTests(env, FATAL_FAILURE) != 0,
165        "RUN_ALL_TESTS() should return non-zero, as the global set-up "
166        "should generate a fatal failure.");
167  Check(!test_was_run,
168        "The tests should not run, as the global set-up should generate "
169        "a fatal failure.");
170  Check(env->tear_down_was_run(),
171        "The global tear-down should run, as the global set-up was run.");
172
173  // Verifies that RUN_ALL_TESTS() doesn't do global set-up or
174  // tear-down when there is no test to run.
175  testing::GTEST_FLAG(filter) = "-*";
176  Check(RunAllTests(env, NO_FAILURE) == 0,
177        "RUN_ALL_TESTS() should return zero, as there is no test to run.");
178  Check(!env->set_up_was_run(),
179        "The global set-up should not run, as there is no test to run.");
180  Check(!env->tear_down_was_run(),
181        "The global tear-down should not run, "
182        "as the global set-up was not run.");
183
184  printf("PASS\n");
185  return 0;
186}