Crate example_tester

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Structs

Represents the client component under test.
Represents a proxy component under test.
Represents a server component under test.

Enums

This framework supports three kinds of tests:

Traits

Represents a component under test. The name is the test-local name assigned to the component, whereas the path is the relative path to its component manifest (ex: “#meta/client.cm”).

Functions

Same as |assert_logs_eq_to_golden|, except an additional filtering function may be used to trim arbitrary logs. This is particularly useful if one or more languages produces logs that we don’t want to include in the final, common output to be compared across language implementations.
Takes the logs for a single component and compares them to the appropriate golden file. The path of the file is expected to match the template /pkg/data/goldens/{COMPONENT_NAME}.log.golden. The {COMPONENT_NAME} is itself generally a template of the form {TEST_NAME}_{COMPONENT_ROLE}. Thus, for the three-component test_foo_bar, we expect the following golden logs to exist:
Takes a vector of raw logs, and returns an iterator over the string representations of said logs. The second argument allows for optional filtering by component. For example, if one only wants to see server logs, the invocation may look like:
Same as |logs_to_str|, except an additional filtering function may be used to trim arbitrary logs. This is particularly useful if one or more languages produces logs that we don’t want to include in the final, common output to be compared across language implementations.
Runs a test of the specified protocol, using one of the TestKinds enumerated above. The input_setter closure may be used to pass structured config values to the client, which is how the test is meant to receive its inputs. The logs_reader closure provides the raw logs collected from all child processes under test, allowing test authors to assert against the logged values. Note that these are raw logs - most users will want to process the logs into string form, which can be accomplished by passing the raw log vector to the logs_to_str helper function.