scheduled_test 0.12.11+1

This package is deprecated. It will not be maintained going forward.

The scheduled_test package was originally created before Dart supported async and await, as a way to make it possible to write readable asynchronous tests. Now that async and await exist, this purpose is no longer relevant.

Most of the features of scheduled_test are now available in other packages that use normal Future- and Stream-based APIs.

  • The scheduled_test/descriptor library is replaced by the test_descriptor package.

  • The scheduled_test/scheduled_process library is replaced by the test_process package.

  • The scheduled_test/scheduled_stream library is replaced by the StreamQueue in the async package as well as the stream matchers in the test package.

  • The scheduled_test/scheduled_server library is replaced by the shelf_test_handler package.

0.12.11+1

  • This package is now deprecated and will not be maintained going forward. See the README for details.

0.12.11

  • Fix most strong mode errors and warnings.

  • Support test version 0.12.20

  • Minimum Dart SDK version is now 1.22.0.

  • Hide the StreamMatcher class from the test package.

0.12.10

  • Support test version 0.12.19.

0.12.9

  • Support test version 0.12.18.

0.12.8+1

  • Make setUpAll() and tearDownAll() work with normal setUp() and tearDown() calls.

0.12.8

  • Support scheduling in setUpAll() and tearDownAll().

0.12.7

  • Support test version 0.12.17.

0.12.6+1

  • Support test version 0.12.16.

0.12.6

  • Support test version 0.12.15.

0.12.5+6

  • Declare compatibility with test version 0.12.14.

0.12.5+5

  • Fix all strong mode warnings.

0.12.5+4

  • Actually declare compatibility with test version 0.12.13.

0.12.5+3

  • Declare compatibility with test version 0.12.13.

0.12.5+2

  • Declare compatibility with test version 0.12.12.

0.12.5+1

  • Declare compatibility with test version 0.12.11.

0.12.5

  • Add a tags parameter to test() and group().

0.12.4+6

  • Declare compatibility with test version 0.12.10.

0.12.4+5

  • Declare compatibility with shelf version 0.7.0.

  • Declare compatibility with test version 0.12.9.

0.12.4+4

  • Declare compatibility with test version 0.12.8.

0.12.4+3

  • Declare compatibility with test version 0.12.7.

0.12.4+2

  • Declare compatibility with http_multi_server version 2.0.0.

0.12.4+1

  • Update the dependency on test to include 0.12.6.

0.12.4

  • Update the dependency on test to include 0.12.5.

0.12.3

  • Update the dependency on test to include 0.12.4.

0.12.2

  • Add ScheduledServer.handleUnscheduled, which allows users to create long-lasting handlers that aren't part of the test schedule.

  • Support WebSocket connections with ScheduledServers.

0.12.1+2

  • Fix running scheduled tests via dart path/to/test.dart.

0.12.1+1

  • Fixed usage of timeout in test and group.

0.12.1

  • Add named parameters to the wrapper test() and group() methods that forward to the test package.

0.12.0

  • When an error occurs in the tasks queue, the onComplete queue will begin running immediately rather than waiting for all outstanding tasks and out-of-band callbacks to complete. This more closely matches the semantics of the underlying test framework and will hopefully be less surprising.

  • Errors are now only converted to ScheduleErrors when they're added to the Schedule.errors list. This means that errors emitted by calls to schedule() will no longer be ScheduleErrors.

  • An error thrown in one task will no longer be emitted by the return values of future calls to schedule().

  • Remove the Schedule.onException queue. This was largely redundant with Schedule.onComplete and complicated the implementation.

  • Remove Schedule.pendingCallbacks and ScheduleError.pendingCallbacks. Printing out the pending callbacks was rarely useful once stack chains existed, so they were just producing visual clutter.

  • Remove Schedule.timeout and Schedule.heartbeat. Timeouts will be handled by the test package instead.

  • Remove Schedule.signalError. Use registerException from the test package instead.

  • Remove wrapFuture, Schedule.wrapFuture, and Schedule.wrapAsync. Use expectAsync, completes, and completion from the test package instead.

  • Remove TaskQueue.onTasksComplete.

0.11.8+1

  • Bump the version constraint for unittest.

0.11.8

  • Add a ScheduledProcess.signal() method for sending signals to subprocesses.

0.11.7+1

  • Support version 0.6.0 of shelf.

0.11.7

  • Bumped the version constraint for unittest.

0.11.6

  • Actually bump the version constraint for unittest.

0.11.5

  • Bump the version constraint for unittest.

0.11.4

  • Bump the version constraint for unittest.

0.11.3

  • Narrow the constraint on unittest to ensure that new features are reflected in scheduled_test's version.

0.11.2+3

  • Ignore hidden files in DirectoryDescriptor.fromFilesystem.

0.11.2+2

  • Moved shared test utilities to metatest package.

0.11.2+1

  • Fix a case where a ScheduledProcess could fail to log its output.

0.11.2

  • Add a DirectoryDescriptor.fromFilesystem constructor.

0.11.1

  • Add a top-level tearDown function.

0.11.0+7

  • A nothing() descriptor will fail if a broken symlink is present.

0.11.0+6

  • Use http_multi_server to bind to both the IPv4 and IPv6 loopback addresses for scheduled_test.

0.11.0+5

  • Widen the version constraint for stack_trace.

0.11.0+4

  • Added README.md with content from lib/scheduled_test.dart.

  • Made changes to test/metatest.dart related to outstanding issues.

0.11.0+3

  • Support v0.11.0 of unittest.

0.11.0+1

  • Support v0.5.0 of shelf.

0.11.0

  • ScheduledServer.handle now takes a shelf.Handler rather than a custom handler class.

  • The body of a test() or a setUp() call may now return a Future. This was already supported by the unittest package. The Future is passed to a wrapFuture call.

0.10.1+1

  • Updated http version constraint from ">=0.9.0 <0.10.0" to ">=0.9.0 <0.11.0"

0.10.1

  • Add a StreamMatcher.hasMatch method.

  • The consumeThrough and consumeWhile matchers for ScheduledStream now take StreamMatchers as well as normal Matchers.

0.10.0

  • Convert ScheduledProcess to expose stdout and stderr as ScheduledStreams.

  • Add a consumeWhile matcher for ScheduledStream.

1. Depend on it

Add this to your package's pubspec.yaml file:

dependencies:
  scheduled_test: "^0.12.11+1"

2. Install it

You can install packages from the command line:

$ pub get

Alternatively, your editor might support 'pub get'. Check the docs for your editor to learn more.

3. Import it

Now in your Dart code, you can use:

import 'package:scheduled_test/scheduled_test.dart';

Platforms

About

This package is deprecated. See the README for details.

Author

Email misc@dartlang.org Dart Team

Homepage

github.com/dart-lang/scheduled_test

Documentation

www.dartdocs.org/documentation/scheduled_test/0.12.11%2B1/

Uploader

dgrove@google.com
sigmund@google.com
nweiz@google.com
kevmoo@google.com
rnystrom@google.com

License

BSD

Published

Jun 14, 2017

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