org.scalatest.exceptions

PropertyCheckFailedException

abstract class PropertyCheckFailedException extends TestFailedException

Exception that indicates a property check failed.

Exceptions thrown
NullArgumentException

if any parameter is null or Some(null).

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Instance Constructors

  1. new PropertyCheckFailedException(messageFun: (StackDepthException) ⇒ String, cause: Option[Throwable], failedCodeStackDepthFun: (StackDepthException) ⇒ Int, payload: Option[Any], undecoratedMessage: String, args: List[Any], optionalArgNames: Option[List[String]])

    Constructs a PropertyCheckFailedException with given error message function, optional cause, stack depth function, optional payload, undecorated message, arguments values and optional argument names.

    Constructs a PropertyCheckFailedException with given error message function, optional cause, stack depth function, optional payload, undecorated message, arguments values and optional argument names.

    messageFun

    a function that returns a detail message (not optional) for this PropertyCheckFailedException

    cause

    an optional cause, the Throwable that caused this PropertyCheckFailedException to be thrown.

    failedCodeStackDepthFun

    a function that returns the depth in the stack trace of this exception at which the line of test code that failed resides

    payload

    an optional payload, which ScalaTest will include in a resulting TestFailed event

    undecoratedMessage

    just a short message that has no redundancy with args, labels, etc. The regular "message" has everything in it.

    args

    the argument values that caused the property check to fail.

    optionalArgNames

    an optional list of string names for the arguments.

  2. new PropertyCheckFailedException(messageFun: (StackDepthException) ⇒ String, cause: Option[Throwable], posOrStackDepthFun: Either[Position, (StackDepthException) ⇒ Int], payload: Option[Any], undecoratedMessage: String, args: List[Any], optionalArgNames: Option[List[String]])

    messageFun

    a function that returns a detail message (not optional) for this PropertyCheckFailedException.

    cause

    an optional cause, the Throwable that caused this PropertyCheckFailedException to be thrown.

    posOrStackDepthFun

    either a source position or a function that returns the depth in the stack trace of this exception at which the line of test code that failed resides.

    payload

    an optional payload, which ScalaTest will include in a resulting TestFailed event

    undecoratedMessage

    just a short message that has no redundancy with args, labels, etc. The regular "message" has everything in it.

    args

    the argument values that caused the property check to fail.

    optionalArgNames

    an optional list of string names for the arguments.

    Exceptions thrown
    NullArgumentException

    if any parameter is null or Some(null).

Value Members

  1. final def !=(arg0: AnyRef): Boolean

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  2. final def !=(arg0: Any): Boolean

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  3. final def ##(): Int

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  4. final def ==(arg0: AnyRef): Boolean

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  5. final def ==(arg0: Any): Boolean

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  6. val analysis: IndexedSeq[String]

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    TestFailedException
  7. def argNames: List[String]

    A list of names for the arguments that caused the property check to fail.

    A list of names for the arguments that caused the property check to fail.

    If the optionalArgNames class parameter is defined, this method returns the List[String] contained in the Some. Otherwise, it returns a list that gives "arg0" for the zeroeth argument, "arg1" for the first argument, "arg2" for the second argument, and so on.

  8. val args: List[Any]

    the argument values that caused the property check to fail.

  9. final def asInstanceOf[T0]: T0

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  10. def canEqual(other: Any): Boolean

    Indicates whether this object can be equal to the passed object.

    Indicates whether this object can be equal to the passed object.

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    TestFailedExceptionStackDepthException
  11. def clone(): AnyRef

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    @throws( ... )
  12. final def eq(arg0: AnyRef): Boolean

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  13. def equals(other: Any): Boolean

    Indicates whether this object is equal to the passed object.

    Indicates whether this object is equal to the passed object. If the passed object is a TestFailedException, equality requires equal message, cause, and failedCodeStackDepth fields, as well as equal return values of getStackTrace.

    Definition Classes
    TestFailedExceptionStackDepthException → AnyRef → Any
  14. def failedCodeFileName: Option[String]

    A string that provides the filename of the line of code that failed, suitable for presenting to a user, which is taken from this exception's StackTraceElement at the depth specified by failedCodeStackDepth.

    A string that provides the filename of the line of code that failed, suitable for presenting to a user, which is taken from this exception's StackTraceElement at the depth specified by failedCodeStackDepth.

    This is a def instead of a val because exceptions are mutable: their stack trace can be changed after the exception is created. This is done, for example, by the SeveredStackTraces trait.

    returns

    a string containing the filename that caused the failed test

    Definition Classes
    StackDepth
  15. def failedCodeFileNameAndLineNumberString: Option[String]

    A string that provides the filename and line number of the line of code that failed, suitable for presenting to a user of the failing line.

    A string that provides the filename and line number of the line of code that failed, suitable for presenting to a user of the failing line. It calls failedCodeFileName and failedCodeLineNumber to get the failing filename and line number.

    failedCodeFileName and failedCodeLineNumber will fall back to exception stack trace when Position is not avaiable, this is the reason it is a def instead of a val, because exceptions are mutable: their stack trace can be changed after the exception is created. This is done, for example, by the SeveredStackTraces trait.

    returns

    a user-presentable string containing the filename and line number that caused the failed test

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    StackDepth
  16. lazy val failedCodeFilePathname: Option[String]

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    StackDepthExceptionStackDepth
  17. lazy val failedCodeFilePathnameAndLineNumberString: Option[String]

    A string that provides the absolute filename and line number of the line of code that failed, suitable for presenting to a user of the failing line.

    A string that provides the absolute filename and line number of the line of code that failed, suitable for presenting to a user of the failing line. It calls failedCodeFilePathname and failedCodeLineNumber to get the failing absolute filename and line number.

    returns

    a user-presentable string containing the absolute filename and line number that caused the failed test

    Definition Classes
    StackDepth
  18. def failedCodeLineNumber: Option[Int]

    A string that provides the line number of the line of code that failed, suitable for presenting to a user, which is taken from this exception's StackTraceElement at the depth specified by failedCodeStackDepth.

    A string that provides the line number of the line of code that failed, suitable for presenting to a user, which is taken from this exception's StackTraceElement at the depth specified by failedCodeStackDepth.

    This is a def instead of a val because exceptions are mutable: their stack trace can be changed after the exception is created. This is done, for example, by the SeveredStackTraces trait.

    returns

    a string containing the line number that caused the failed test

    Definition Classes
    StackDepth
  19. lazy val failedCodeStackDepth: Int

    The depth in the stack trace of this exception at which the line of test code that failed resides.

    The depth in the stack trace of this exception at which the line of test code that failed resides.

    One reason this is lazy is to delay any searching of the stack trace until it is actually needed. It will usually be needed, but not always. For example, exceptions thrown during a shrink phase of a failed property will often be StackDepthExceptions, but whose failedCodeStackDepth will never be used. Another reason is to remove the need to create a different exception before creating this one just for the purpose of searching through its stack trace for the proper stack depth. Still one more reason is to allow the message to contain information about the stack depth, such as the failed file name and line number.

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  20. def fillInStackTrace(): Throwable

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  21. def finalize(): Unit

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  22. def getCause(): Throwable

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    Throwable
  23. final def getClass(): Class[_]

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    AnyRef → Any
  24. def getLocalizedMessage(): String

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    Throwable
  25. def getMessage(): String

    Returns the detail message string of this StackDepthException.

    Returns the detail message string of this StackDepthException.

    returns

    the detail message string of this StackDepthException instance (which may be null).

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    StackDepthException → Throwable
  26. def getStackTrace(): Array[StackTraceElement]

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    Throwable
  27. def hashCode(): Int

    Returns a hash code value for this object.

    Returns a hash code value for this object.

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    TestFailedExceptionStackDepthException → AnyRef → Any
  28. final def initCause(throwable: Throwable): Throwable

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    StackDepthException → Throwable
  29. final def isInstanceOf[T0]: Boolean

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  30. lazy val message: Option[String]

    An optional detail message for this StackDepth exception.

    An optional detail message for this StackDepth exception.

    One reason this is lazy is to delay any searching of the stack trace until it is actually needed. It will usually be needed, but not always. For example, exceptions thrown during a shrink phase of a failed property will often be StackDepthExceptions, but whose message will never be used. Another related reason is to remove the need to create a different exception before creating this one just for the purpose of searching through its stack trace for the proper stack depth. Still one more reason is to allow the message to contain information about the stack depth, such as the failed file name and line number.

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  31. def modifyMessage(fun: (Option[String]) ⇒ Option[String]): TestFailedException

    Returns an instance of this exception's class, identical to this exception, except with the detail message option string replaced with the result of passing the current detail message to the passed function, fun.

    Returns an instance of this exception's class, identical to this exception, except with the detail message option string replaced with the result of passing the current detail message to the passed function, fun.

    fun

    A function that, given the current optional detail message, will produce the modified optional detail message for the result instance of TestFailedException.

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    TestFailedExceptionModifiableMessage
  32. def modifyPayload(fun: (Option[Any]) ⇒ Option[Any]): TestFailedException

    Returns an instance of this exception's class, identical to this exception, except with the payload option replaced with the result of passing the current payload option to the passed function, fun.

    Returns an instance of this exception's class, identical to this exception, except with the payload option replaced with the result of passing the current payload option to the passed function, fun.

    fun

    A function that, given the current optional payload, will produce the modified optional payload for the result instance of TestFailedException.

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    TestFailedExceptionModifiablePayload
  33. final def ne(arg0: AnyRef): Boolean

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  34. final def notify(): Unit

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  35. final def notifyAll(): Unit

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  36. val position: Option[Position]

    An optional source position describing the line of test code that caused this exception.

    An optional source position describing the line of test code that caused this exception.

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    StackDepthExceptionStackDepth
  37. def printStackTrace(arg0: PrintWriter): Unit

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  38. def printStackTrace(arg0: PrintStream): Unit

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  39. def printStackTrace(): Unit

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  40. def setStackTrace(arg0: Array[StackTraceElement]): Unit

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  41. def severedAtStackDepth: TestFailedException

    Returns an exception of class TestFailedException with failedExceptionStackDepth set to 0 and all frames above this stack depth severed off.

    Returns an exception of class TestFailedException with failedExceptionStackDepth set to 0 and all frames above this stack depth severed off. This can be useful when working with tools (such as IDEs) that do not directly support ScalaTest. (Tools that directly support ScalaTest can use the stack depth information delivered in the StackDepth exceptions.)

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    TestFailedExceptionStackDepth
  42. final def synchronized[T0](arg0: ⇒ T0): T0

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  43. def toString(): String

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    Throwable → AnyRef → Any
  44. val undecoratedMessage: String

    just a short message that has no redundancy with args, labels, etc.

    just a short message that has no redundancy with args, labels, etc. The regular "message" has everything in it.

  45. final def wait(): Unit

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    @throws( ... )
  46. final def wait(arg0: Long, arg1: Int): Unit

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  47. final def wait(arg0: Long): Unit

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Inherited from TestFailedException

Inherited from PayloadField

Inherited from StackDepthException

Inherited from StackDepth

Inherited from RuntimeException

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