Enum quick_junit::TestCaseStatus

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pub enum TestCaseStatus {
    Success {
        flaky_runs: Vec<TestRerun>,
    },
    NonSuccess {
        kind: NonSuccessKind,
        message: Option<String>,
        ty: Option<String>,
        description: Option<String>,
        reruns: Vec<TestRerun>,
    },
    Skipped {
        message: Option<String>,
        ty: Option<String>,
        description: Option<String>,
    },
}
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Represents the success or failure of a test case.

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Success

This test case passed.

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§flaky_runs: Vec<TestRerun>

Prior runs of the test. These are represented as flakyFailure or flakyError in the JUnit XML.

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NonSuccess

This test case did not pass.

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§kind: NonSuccessKind

Whether this test case failed in an expected way (failure) or an unexpected way (error).

§message: Option<String>

The failure message.

§ty: Option<String>

The “type” of failure that occurred.

§description: Option<String>

The description of the failure.

This is serialized and deserialized from the text node of the element.

§reruns: Vec<TestRerun>

Test reruns. These are represented as rerunFailure or rerunError in the JUnit XML.

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Skipped

This test case was not run.

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§message: Option<String>

The skip message.

§ty: Option<String>

The “type” of skip that occurred.

§description: Option<String>

The description of the skip.

This is serialized and deserialized from the text node of the element.

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impl TestCaseStatus

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pub fn success() -> Self

Creates a new TestCaseStatus that represents a successful test.

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pub fn non_success(kind: NonSuccessKind) -> Self

Creates a new TestCaseStatus that represents an unsuccessful test.

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pub fn skipped() -> Self

Creates a new TestCaseStatus that represents a skipped test.

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pub fn set_message(&mut self, message: impl Into<String>) -> &mut Self

Sets the message. No-op if this is a success case.

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pub fn set_type(&mut self, ty: impl Into<String>) -> &mut Self

Sets the type. No-op if this is a success case.

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pub fn set_description(&mut self, description: impl Into<String>) -> &mut Self

Sets the description (text node). No-op if this is a success case.

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pub fn add_rerun(&mut self, rerun: TestRerun) -> &mut Self

Adds a rerun or flaky run. No-op if this test was skipped.

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pub fn add_reruns( &mut self, reruns: impl IntoIterator<Item = TestRerun> ) -> &mut Self

Adds reruns or flaky runs. No-op if this test was skipped.

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impl Clone for TestCaseStatus

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fn clone(&self) -> TestCaseStatus

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 TestCaseStatus

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

Formats the value using the given formatter. Read more

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