kandi X-RAY | mockito-kotlin Summary
kandi X-RAY | mockito-kotlin Summary
A small library that provides helper functions to work with Mockito in Kotlin.
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I'm having trouble getting liquibase to execute my sql script in my SpringBoot Kotlin appllication.
Here is my build.gradle.kts...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-19 at 00:59
While running your setup with debug logs enabled, I've noticed that auto-configuration for Liquibase did not work, as some criteria was not met.
Recently updated from Kotlin
I have this class which used to compile no problem...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-06 at 07:56
My Gradle couldn't find the redacted-gradle-plugin but both of your classes compiles with this minimalistic build.gradle.kts:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-23 at 23:08
With the below dependencies I was able to build project successfully:
I have the following code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-23 at 13:49
Personally I'm not a fan of mocks. If
Sdk is an interface, you could just provide your own test implementation to perform your tests (for success and error results). You can control exactly when/if the callback is called etc.
If Sdk is a class that you can't control, you could create an interface to abstract the
Sdk class away, and make your
initialize method use your own interface instead. However I have to admit this is not ideal.
If you stick with mocking, usually mocking libraries have a way for you to use invocation arguments to mock responses to method calls. With Mockito, it should be something like:
I want to implementation Dependecy Injection using Hilt to ViewModel. And that working. but i can't test it. it show error. I was read some other post, but no one is answered.
This error maybe too many test dependency and conflict.
Hilt version = 2.35.1 Android Studio = 4.2.1Test class
simplest code won't run...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-17 at 15:45
Using RobolectricTestRunner ,we can run the test that depends on the android framework without emulator or real device.
ViewModel is a android library.So to test the ViewModel need to add RobolectricTestRunner.
For that first add dependency
Say I have a Java class Metrics. I defined some extension functions on Metrics in Kotlin...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-21 at 20:23
You can not verify that the extension function is called on your mock, as it is not part of that class. The extension function is just a top-level function with a receiver (in your case an instance of
But you can still verify that the extension function was called in your code
You can do this using mockkStatic.
You are passing the the path of the (generated) extension function. Let's assume you created your
Metrics extension function in package
org.com. The extension class should get generated in:
A test that wants to verify the call to your extension function could look like:
How to start a fragment with a LiveData observer in the test scope with Robolectric
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-17 at 11:22
I took a look into your repository on github here. Here's what I've found.Problem 1
Your first problem is that you mock out a
ViewModel. So, when you simulate
onResume for your
Fragment it invokes:
I'm trying to simplify some of my Gradle builds. A typical
build.gradle.kts looks like
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-03 at 22:40
Looks like you're creating an extension function on
KotlinBuildScript which may or may not be the issue. Regardless, there's no need for extension functions since you can just use the DSL directly.
Gradle calls the shared build logic convention plugins: https://docs.gradle.org/current/samples/sample_convention_plugins.html#compiling_convention_plugins
Example.kt would become
I am getting the following error when running my tests:
Could not resolve all files for configuration ':app:debugUnitTestCompileClasspath'. Could not find android.arch.core:core-testing:2.1.0.
If it's of any help, I am using Android Studio Arctic Fox | 2020.3.1 Canary 6
Full stacktrace (screenshot, otherwise is way too long):
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-17 at 16:59
android.arch is the namespace of pre-AndroidX Architecture Components. As you are using an AndroidX project, you need to use the
androidx.arch.core version of those dependencies:
We recently upgraded our Kotlin Spring Boot project so Spring Boot 2.3.2 and since then it seems that gradle can no longer pick up any tests.
We were using the gradle wrapper 5.6.2 and upgraded to 6.3 even though the documentation stated that 5.6.x should work as well. The Gradle upgrade did not help and gradle still can not pick up any tests, when I downgrade to 2.2.3 it works fine. We are using Kotest, Junit5 and an embedded mongodb for our tests....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-13 at 12:13
Finally got it to work with any of the Gradle versions, tried it with (5.6.x, 6.3, 6.4, 6.5 and 6.6).
The thing we were missing is updating the kotlin
plugin.spring version. After we updated that to
1.3.72 instead of
1.3.50 everything was working as expected.
No vulnerabilities reported
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