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4. Annotator Test

Define Input Test Data

The DefaultTestData.simple file is reused for this test.

Create an input test file AnnotatorTestData.java in the testData directory. This file contains two instances of Simple Language embedded in the Java code. The first instance is a valid use of the simple: prefix followed by the Simple Language key website. The second is a valid prefix but an invalid key websit, as noted by the test <error> highlighting.

public class Test { public static void main(String[] args) { System.out.println("simple:website"); System.out.println("simple:<error descr="Unresolved property">websit</error>"); } }

Define a Test Method

Add the testAnnotator() method to the SimpleCodeInsightTest class previously defined. Again, this method configures the test fixture by using the test files. It then calls the checkHighlighting() method to verify weak warnings.

public void testAnnotator() { myFixture.configureByFiles("AnnotatorTestData.java", "DefaultTestData.simple"); myFixture.checkHighlighting(false, false, true, true); }

Run the Test

Run the test and make sure it's successful.

Running tests

  1. Open the Gradle Tool Window.

  2. Select the simple_language_plugin node. You may need to reimport it as a Gradle project.

  3. Drill down under simple_language_plugin to Tasks, verification, test task.

  4. Run the test task.

The results are displayed in the Run Tool Window, and also written to the simple_language_plugin/build/test-results/test directory.

If the Run Tool Window displays the error Test events were not received, do the following:

  1. In the Gradle Tool Window, drill down under simple_language_plugin to Tasks, build, clean task.

  2. Run the clean task, which deletes the simple_language_plugin/build directory.

  3. Restart the test.

    Last modified: 08 December 2022