Class TruthJUnit


  • @GwtIncompatible("JUnit4")
    public final class TruthJUnit
    extends Object
    Provides a way to use Truth to perform JUnit "assumptions." An assumption is a check that, if false, aborts (skips) the test. This is especially useful in JUnit theories, parameterized tests, or other combinatorial tests where some subset of the combinations are simply not applicable for testing.

    For example:

    
     import static com.google.common.truth.Truth.assertThat;
     import static com.google.common.truth.TruthJUnit.assume;
    
     public void @Test testFoosAgainstBars {
       assume().that(foo).isNotNull();
       assume().that(bar).isNotNull();
       assertThat(foo.times(bar)).isEqualTo(blah);
     }
     
    Author:
    David Saff, Christian Gruber ([email protected])
    • Method Detail

      • assume

        public static final StandardSubjectBuilder assume()
        Begins a call chain with the fluent Truth API. If the check made by the chain fails, it will throw AssumptionViolatedException.