Class: RubyEventStore::RSpec::StepByStepFailureMessageFormatter::HavePublished

Inherits:
Object
  • Object
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Defined in:
lib/ruby_event_store/rspec/step_by_step_failure_message_formatter.rb

Instance Method Summary collapse

Constructor Details

#initialize(differ, lingo) ⇒ HavePublished

Returns a new instance of HavePublished.


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# File 'lib/ruby_event_store/rspec/step_by_step_failure_message_formatter.rb', line 14

def initialize(differ, lingo)
  @differ = differ
  @lingo = lingo
end

Instance Method Details

#failure_message(expected, events, stream_name = nil) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/ruby_event_store/rspec/step_by_step_failure_message_formatter.rb', line 19

def failure_message(expected, events, stream_name = nil)
  return failure_message_strict(expected, events) if expected.strict?
  return failure_message_no_events if expected.empty?
  expected.events.each do |expected_event|
    correct_event_count = 0
    events_with_correct_type = []
    events.each do |actual_event|
      if expected_event.matches?(actual_event)
        correct_event_count += 1
      elsif expected_event.matches_kind?(actual_event)
        events_with_correct_type << actual_event
      end
    end

    expectations = expected_message(expected, expected_event, stream_name)

    if expected.specified_count?
      if correct_event_count >= 1
        reality = failure_message_incorrect_count(expected_event, events_with_correct_type, correct_event_count)
      elsif !events_with_correct_type.empty?
        reality = failure_message_correct_type_incorrect_payload(expected_event, events_with_correct_type)
      else
        reality = failure_message_incorrect_type
      end
    else
      if correct_event_count >= 1
        next
      else
        if !events_with_correct_type.empty?
          reality = failure_message_correct_type_incorrect_payload(expected_event, events_with_correct_type)
        else
          reality = failure_message_incorrect_type
        end
      end
    end

    return expectations + reality
  end
end

#failure_message_when_negated(expected, events, _stream_name = nil) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/ruby_event_store/rspec/step_by_step_failure_message_formatter.rb', line 59

def failure_message_when_negated(expected, events, _stream_name = nil)
  return failure_message_when_negated_no_events if expected.empty?
  if expected.specified_count?
    <<~EOS
    expected
      #{expected.events.first.description}
    not to be #{lingo.published} exactly #{expected.count} times

    #{actual_events_list(events)}
    EOS
  else
    <<~EOS
    expected #{expected_events_list(expected.events)} not to #{"exactly " if expected.strict?}be #{lingo.published}

    #{actual_events_list(events)}
    EOS
  end
end