TestResult
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Test results are pure data classes with some deprecated convenience methods. They have the following supported shape:
export declare class TestResult implements ILogTarget {
/** The actual test's name or description. */
name: string;
/** The indicator to see if the test passed. */
pass: boolean;
/** The indicated to see if a test actually ran. */
ran: boolean;
/** The reported actual value description, if it failed. */
actual: ReflectedValue | null;
/** The reported expected value description, if it failed. */
expected: ReflectedValue | null;
/** If the test failed, this is the message describing why the test failed. */
message: string;
/** A set of logged values during the test. */
logs: ReflectedValue[];
/** The generated stack trace if the test errored. */
stack: string | null;
/** This value is set to true if the test is expected to throw. */
negated: boolean;
/** This is the timestamp for when the test started in milliseconds. */
start: number;
/** This is the timestamp for when the test ended in milliseconds. */
end: number;
/** This is the run time for the test in milliseconds. */
runTime: number;
/** A set of errors that were reported for this test. */
errors: IWarning[];
/** A set of warnings that were reported for this test. */
warnings: IWarning[];
}
A lot of the public properties on the TestResult class will be deprecated and consolidated by version 4.0.0.
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