module Spec::ObjectExtensions

Direct including types

Defined in:

spec/expectations.cr

Instance Method Summary

Instance Method Detail

def should(expectation : BeAExpectation(T), file = __FILE__, line = __LINE__) : T forall T #

Validates an expectation and fails the example if it does not match.

This overload returns a value whose type is restricted to the expected type. For example:

x = 1 || 'a'
typeof(x) # => Int32 | Char
x = x.should be_a(Int32)
typeof(x) # => Int32

See Spec::Expectations for available expectations.


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def should(expectation, file = __FILE__, line = __LINE__) #

Validates an expectation and fails the example if it does not match.

See Spec::Expectations for available expectations.


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def should_not(expectation : BeAExpectation(T), file = __FILE__, line = __LINE__) forall T #

Validates an expectation and fails the example if it matches.

This overload returns a value whose type is restricted to exclude the given type in should_not be_a. For example:

x = 1 || 'a'
typeof(x) # => Int32 | Char
x = x.should_not be_a(Char)
typeof(x) # => Int32

See Spec::Expectations for available expectations.


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def should_not(expectation : BeNilExpectation, file = __FILE__, line = __LINE__) #

Validates an expectation and fails the example if it matches.

This overload returns a value whose type is restricted to be not Nil. For example:

x = 1 || nil
typeof(x) # => Int32 | Nil
x = x.should_not be_nil
typeof(x) # => Int32

See Spec::Expectations for available expectations.


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def should_not(expectation, file = __FILE__, line = __LINE__) #

Validates an expectation and fails the example if it matches.

See Spec::Expectations for available expectations.


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