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    @iobroker/testing

    This repo provides utilities for testing of ioBroker adapters and other ioBroker-related modules. It supports:

    • Unit tests using mocks (without a running JS-Controller)
    • Integration tests that test against a running JS-Controller instance.

    The unit tests are realized using the following tools that are provided by this module:

    • A mock database which implements the most basic functionality of ioBroker's Objects and States DB by operating on Map objects.
    • A mock Adapter that is connected to the mock database. It implements basic functionality of the real Adapter class, but only operates on the mock database.

    Predefined methods for both unit and integration tests are exported.

    Usage

    Validating package files (package.json, io-package.json, ...)

    const path = require("path");
    const { tests } = require("@iobroker/testing");
    
    // Run tests
    tests.packageFiles(path.join(__dirname, ".."));
    //                 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    // This should be the adapter's root directory

    Adapter startup (Unit test)

    Unit tests for adapter startup were removed and are essentially a no-op now.
    If you defined your own tests, they should still work.

    const path = require("path");
    const { tests } = require("@iobroker/testing");
    
    tests.unit(path.join(__dirname, ".."), {
    	//     ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    	// This should be the adapter's root directory
    
    	// Define your own tests inside defineAdditionalTests.
    	// If you need predefined objects etc. here, you need to take care of it yourself
    	defineAdditionalTests() {
    		it("works", () => {
    			// see below how these could look like
    		});
    	},
    });

    Adapter startup (Integration test)

    Run the following snippet in a mocha test file to test the adapter startup process against a real JS-Controller instance:

    const path = require("path");
    const { tests } = require("@iobroker/testing");
    
    // Run tests
    tests.integration(path.join(__dirname, ".."), {
    	//            ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    	// This should be the adapter's root directory
    
    	// If the adapter may call process.exit during startup, define here which exit codes are allowed.
    	// By default, termination during startup is not allowed.
    	allowedExitCodes: [11],
    
    	// Define your own tests inside defineAdditionalTests
    	// Since the tests are heavily instrumented, you need to create and use a so called "harness" to control the tests.
    	defineAdditionalTests(getHarness) {
    		describe("Test sendTo()", () => {
    			it("Should work", () => {
    				return new Promise(async (resolve) => {
    					// Create a fresh harness instance each test!
    					const harness = getHarness();
    					// Start the adapter and wait until it has started
    					await harness.startAdapterAndWait();
    
    					// Perform the actual test:
    					harness.sendTo("adapter.0", "test", "message", (resp) => {
    						console.dir(resp);
    						resolve();
    					});
    				});
    			});
    		});
    	},
    });

    Helper functions for your own tests

    Under utils, several functions are exposed to use in your own tests:

    const { utils } = require("@iobroker/testing");

    Currently, only utils.unit is defined which contains tools for unit tests:

    createMocks()

    const { database, adapter } = utils.unit.createMocks();
    // or (with custom adapter options)
    const { database, adapter } = utils.unit.createMocks(adapterOptions);

    This method creates a mock database and a mock adapter. See below for a more detailed description

    createAsserts()

    const asserts = utils.unit.createAsserts(database, adapter);

    This methods takes a mock database and adapter and creates a set of asserts for your tests. All IDs may either be a string, which is taken literally, or an array of strings which are concatenated with ".". If an ID is not fully qualified, the adapter namespace is prepended automatically.

    • assertObjectExists(id: string | string[]) asserts that an object with the given ID exists in the database.
    • assertStateExists(id: string | string[]) asserts that a state with the given ID exists in the database.
    • assertStateHasValue(id: string | string[], value: any) asserts that a state has the given value.
    • assertStateIsAcked(id: string | string[], ack: boolean = true) asserts that a state is acked (or not if ack === false).
    • assertStateProperty(id: string | string[], property: string, value: any) asserts that one of the state's properties (e.g. from) has the given value
    • assertObjectCommon(id: string | string[], common: ioBroker.ObjectCommon) asserts that an object's common part includes the given common object.
    • assertObjectNative(id: string | string[], native: object) asserts that an object's native part includes the given native object.

    MockDatabase

    TODO

    MockAdapter

    TODO

    Example

    Here's an example how this can be used in a unit test:

    import { tests, utils } from "@iobroker/testing";
    
    // Run tests
    tests.unit(path.join(__dirname, ".."), {
    	//     ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    	// This should be the adapter's root directory
    
    	// Define your own tests inside defineAdditionalTests
    	defineAdditionalTests() {
    		// Create mocks and asserts
    		const { adapter, database } = utils.unit.createMocks();
    		const { assertObjectExists } = utils.unit.createAsserts(
    			database,
    			adapter,
    		);
    
    		describe("my test", () => {
    			afterEach(() => {
    				// The mocks keep track of all method invocations - reset them after each single test
    				adapter.resetMockHistory();
    				// We want to start each test with a fresh database
    				database.clear();
    			});
    
    			it("works", () => {
    				// Create an object in the fake db we will use in this test
    				const theObject: ioBroker.PartialObject = {
    					_id: "whatever",
    					type: "state",
    					common: {
    						role: "whatever",
    					},
    				};
    				mocks.database.publishObject(theObject);
    
    				// Do something that should be tested
    
    				// Assert that the object still exists
    				assertObjectExists(theObject._id);
    			});
    		});
    	},
    });

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    npm i @iobroker/testing

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