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Swift Framework for Spy Objects
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TestSpy

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Swift Framework for Spy Objects

Requirements

  • Swift: 4.0+
  • iOS: 9+

Create a spy object

To create a spy object you just have to implement the TestSpy protocol on your test class.

class TestClass: TestSpy {
     enum Method: Equatable {
         case test
         case testWithArgument(arument: Int)
     }
     
     var callstack = CallstackContainer<Method>()
}

Then when the method you want to test is called you have to record the method in the callstack

extension TestClass: TestProtocol {
    func test() {
        callstack.record(.test)
    }
    
    func testWithArgument(argument: Int) {
        callstack.record(.testWithArgument(argument: argument))
    }
}

Use the spy object in tests

XCTAssertTrue(spyObject.check(method: .test, predicate: CallstackMatcher.any))

Use the spy object in tests with Nimble

expect(spyObject).to(haveReceived(.test))

Callstack Matchers

There are some default matchers that can be used on the test to check that callstack content.

The main matchers are:

  • times(Int)
  • atLeast(times: Int)
  • never
  • any
  • before(Method)
  • immediatelyBefore(Method)
  • after(Method)
  • immediatelyAfter(Method)

Usage

XCTAssertTrue(spyObject.check(method: .test, predicate: CallstackMatcher.before(.testWithArgument(argument: 1))))

Usage with Nimble

expect(spyObject).to(haveReceived(.test), .before(.testWithArgument(argument: 1)))

Automatically generate Spy Objects with Sourcery

Sourcery offers a good way to automatically generate spy objects. You can find an example stancil file to generate Spy Objects here

to use it:

  • add a script phase, before the compile sources phase, in your test project with:
sourcery --sources "$SOURCESPATH" --templates "$TEMPLATESPATH" --output "$OUTPUTPATH" --args module="$CURRENTFRAMEWORKNAME",import="Foundation",import="UIKit"...
  • add this annotation to the protocol you want to spy // sourcery: autoSpy
  • include the files generated at $OUTPUTPATH on your test project

Author

Franco Meloni, franco.meloni91@gmail.com

License

TestSpy is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.

GitHub

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Release Notes

2 years ago

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