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FilterUnitTestCase::assertFilteredString

7 filter.test FilterUnitTestCase::assertFilteredString($filter, $tests)

Asserts multiple filter output expectations for multiple input strings.

$tests = array(
  'Input string' => array(
    '<p>Input string</p>' => TRUE,
    'Input string<br' => FALSE,
  ),
);

Parameters

$filter: A input filter object.

$tests: An associative array, whereas each key is an arbitrary input string and each value is again an associative array whose keys are filter output strings and whose values are Booleans indicating whether the output is expected or not.

For example:

3 calls to FilterUnitTestCase::assertFilteredString()

File

drupal/modules/filter/filter.test, line 1464
Tests for filter.module.

Code

function assertFilteredString($filter, $tests) {
  foreach ($tests as $source => $tasks) {
    $function = $filter->callback;
    $result = $function($source, $filter);
    foreach ($tasks as $value => $is_expected) {
      // Not using assertIdentical, since combination with strpos() is hard to grok.
      if ($is_expected) {
        $success = $this->assertTrue(strpos($result, $value) !== FALSE, t('@source: @value found.', array(
          '@source' => var_export($source, TRUE), 
          '@value' => var_export($value, TRUE),
        )));
      }
      else {
        $success = $this->assertTrue(strpos($result, $value) === FALSE, t('@source: @value not found.', array(
          '@source' => var_export($source, TRUE), 
          '@value' => var_export($value, TRUE),
        )));
      }
      if (!$success) {
        $this->verbose('Source:<pre>' . check_plain(var_export($source, TRUE)) . '</pre>'
            . '<hr />' . 'Result:<pre>' . check_plain(var_export($result, TRUE)) . '</pre>'
            . '<hr />' . ($is_expected ? 'Expected:' : 'Not expected:')
            . '<pre>' . check_plain(var_export($value, TRUE)) . '</pre>'
          );
      }
    }
  }
}