Struct quick_junit::TestSuite

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#[non_exhaustive]
pub struct TestSuite { pub name: String, pub tests: usize, pub disabled: usize, pub errors: usize, pub failures: usize, pub timestamp: Option<DateTime<FixedOffset>>, pub time: Option<Duration>, pub test_cases: Vec<TestCase>, pub properties: Vec<Property>, pub system_out: Option<Output>, pub system_err: Option<Output>, pub extra: IndexMap<String, String>, }
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Represents a single TestSuite.

A TestSuite groups together several TestCase instances.

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§name: String

The name of this TestSuite.

§tests: usize

The total number of tests in this TestSuite.

§disabled: usize

The total number of disabled tests in this TestSuite.

§errors: usize

The total number of tests in this suite that errored.

An “error” is usually some sort of unexpected issue in a test.

§failures: usize

The total number of tests in this suite that failed.

A “failure” is usually some sort of expected issue in a test.

§timestamp: Option<DateTime<FixedOffset>>

The time at which the TestSuite began execution.

§time: Option<Duration>

The overall time taken by the TestSuite.

§test_cases: Vec<TestCase>

The test cases that form this TestSuite.

§properties: Vec<Property>

Custom properties set during test execution, e.g. environment variables.

§system_out: Option<Output>

Data written to standard output while the TestSuite was executed.

§system_err: Option<Output>

Data written to standard error while the TestSuite was executed.

§extra: IndexMap<String, String>

Other fields that may be set as attributes, such as “hostname” or “package”.

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impl TestSuite

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pub fn new(name: impl Into<String>) -> Self

Creates a new TestSuite.

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pub fn set_timestamp( &mut self, timestamp: impl Into<DateTime<FixedOffset>> ) -> &mut Self

Sets the start timestamp for the TestSuite.

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pub fn set_time(&mut self, time: Duration) -> &mut Self

Sets the time taken for the TestSuite.

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pub fn add_property(&mut self, property: impl Into<Property>) -> &mut Self

Adds a property to this TestSuite.

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pub fn add_properties( &mut self, properties: impl IntoIterator<Item = impl Into<Property>> ) -> &mut Self

Adds several properties to this TestSuite.

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pub fn add_test_case(&mut self, test_case: TestCase) -> &mut Self

Adds a TestCase to this TestSuite and updates counts.

When generating a new report, use of this method is recommended over adding to self.test_cases directly.

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pub fn add_test_cases( &mut self, test_cases: impl IntoIterator<Item = TestCase> ) -> &mut Self

Adds several TestCases to this TestSuite and updates counts.

When generating a new report, use of this method is recommended over adding to self.test_cases directly.

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pub fn set_system_out(&mut self, system_out: impl AsRef<str>) -> &mut Self

Sets standard output.

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pub fn set_system_out_lossy( &mut self, system_out: impl AsRef<[u8]> ) -> &mut Self

Sets standard output from a Vec<u8>.

The output is converted to a string, lossily.

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pub fn set_system_err(&mut self, system_err: impl AsRef<str>) -> &mut Self

Sets standard error.

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pub fn set_system_err_lossy( &mut self, system_err: impl AsRef<[u8]> ) -> &mut Self

Sets standard error from a Vec<u8>.

The output is converted to a string, lossily.

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impl Clone for TestSuite

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fn clone(&self) -> TestSuite

Returns a copy of the value. Read more
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fn clone_from(&mut self, source: &Self)

Performs copy-assignment from source. Read more
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impl Debug for TestSuite

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fn fmt(&self, f: &mut Formatter<'_>) -> Result

Formats the value using the given formatter. Read more

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