Macro to simplify tree matching in tests. The first argument is the actual tree passed as a DiagnosticsHierarchyGetter (e.g. a DiagnosticsHierarchy or an Inspector). The second argument is given to tree_assertion! which creates a TreeAssertion to validate the tree.
Macro to check a hierarchy with a nice JSON diff. The syntax of the expected value is the same as that of hierarchy!, and essentially the same as assert_data_tree!, except that partial tree matching is not supported (i.e. the keyword contains).
This macro simplifies creating diagnostics hierarchies, to remove the need of writing multiple nested hierarchies and manually writing all properties.
Macro to simplify creating TreeAssertions. Commonly used indirectly through the second parameter of assert_data_tree!. See assert_data_tree! for more usage examples.


A PropertyAssertion that always passes
Utility for reading inspect data of a running component using the injected Archive Reader service.
An inspect tree selector for a component.
An instance of diagnostics data with typed metadata and an optional nested payload.
A hierarchy of nodes representing structured data, such as Inspect or structured log data.
An assertion for a histogram property.
Inspect carries snapshots of data trees hosted by components.
Logs carry streams of structured events from components.
A PropertyAssertion that passes for non-zero, unsigned integers.
Struct for matching against a Data tree (DiagnosticsHierarchy).


Errors that this library can return
A named property. Each of the fields consists of (name, value).
Severities a log message can have, often called the log’s “level”.


A type which can function as a “view” into a diagnostics hierarchy, optionally allocating a new instance to service a request.
Trait implemented by types that can act as properies for assertion.