2008 Advent Calendar December 8th




1: public class Advent8 : IDisposable
2: {
3: private IFileUtil m_file;
4:  
5: private void SetUp()
6: {
7: m_file = new FileUtil(“SomeFile.txt”);
8: m_file.Create(“CONTENT”);
9: }
10:  
11: public void Dispose()
12: {
13: m_file.Delete();
14: }
15:  
16: [Fact]
17: public void TestReadOK()
18: {
19: SetUp();
20: Assert.DoesNotThrow(() => { m_file.Read(); });
21: }
22:  
23: [Fact]
24: public void TestReadFails()
25: {
26: SetUp();
27: m_file.Readable = false;
28: Assert.Throws<AccessViolationException>(() => { m_file.Read(); });
29: }
30: }

Unfortunately I’ve reintroduced the fact that the actual content is not verified for TestReadOK. And using a constant isn’t something I want to do again. But since I’m calling the setup method explicitly I can modify it to accept the desired content. Wouldn’t that be neat?

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