[][src]Struct proptest::test_runner::Config

pub struct Config {
    pub cases: u32,
    pub max_local_rejects: u32,
    pub max_global_rejects: u32,
    pub max_flat_map_regens: u32,
    pub failure_persistence: Option<Box<dyn FailurePersistence>>,
    pub source_file: Option<&'static str>,
    pub test_name: Option<&'static str>,
    pub fork: bool,
    pub timeout: u32,
    pub max_shrink_time: u32,
    pub max_shrink_iters: u32,
    pub result_cache: fn() -> Box<dyn ResultCache>,
    pub verbose: u32,
    pub rng_algorithm: RngAlgorithm,
    // some fields omitted
}

Configuration for how a proptest test should be run.

Fields

cases: u32

The number of successful test cases that must execute for the test as a whole to pass.

This does not include implicitly-replayed persisted failing cases.

The default is 256, which can be overridden by setting the PROPTEST_CASES environment variable.

max_local_rejects: u32

The maximum number of individual inputs that may be rejected before the test as a whole aborts.

The default is 65536, which can be overridden by setting the PROPTEST_MAX_LOCAL_REJECTS environment variable.

max_global_rejects: u32

The maximum number of combined inputs that may be rejected before the test as a whole aborts.

The default is 1024, which can be overridden by setting the PROPTEST_MAX_GLOBAL_REJECTS environment variable.

max_flat_map_regens: u32

The maximum number of times all Flatten combinators will attempt to regenerate values. This puts a limit on the worst-case exponential explosion that can happen with nested Flattens.

The default is 1_000_000, which can be overridden by setting the PROPTEST_MAX_FLAT_MAP_REGENS environment variable.

failure_persistence: Option<Box<dyn FailurePersistence>>

Indicates whether and how to persist failed test results.

When compiling with "std" feature (i.e. the standard library is available), the default is Some(Box::new(FileFailurePersistence::SourceParallel("proptest-regressions"))).

Without the standard library, the default is None, and no persistence occurs.

See the docs of FileFailurePersistence and MapFailurePersistence for more information.

The default cannot currently be overridden by an environment variable.

source_file: Option<&'static str>

File location of the current test, relevant for persistence and debugging.

Note the use of &str rather than Path to be compatible with #![no_std] use cases where Path is unavailable.

See the docs of FileFailurePersistence for more information on how it may be used for persistence.

test_name: Option<&'static str>

The fully-qualified name of the test being run, as would be passed to the test executable to run just that test.

This must be set if fork is true. Otherwise, it is unused. It is automatically set by proptest!.

This must include the crate name at the beginning, as produced by module_path!().

fork: bool

If true, tests are run in a subprocess.

Forking allows proptest to work with tests which may fail by aborting the process, causing a segmentation fault, etc, but can be a lot slower in certain environments or when running a very large number of tests.

For forking to work correctly, both the Strategy and the content of the test case itself must be deterministic.

This requires the "fork" feature, enabled by default.

The default is false, which can be overridden by setting the PROPTEST_FORK environment variable.

timeout: u32

If non-zero, tests are run in a subprocess and each generated case fails if it takes longer than this number of milliseconds.

This implicitly enables forking, even if the fork field is false.

The type here is plain u32 (rather than Option<std::time::Duration>) for the sake of ergonomics.

This requires the "timeout" feature, enabled by default.

Setting a timeout to less than the time it takes the process to start up and initialise the first test case will cause the whole test to be aborted.

The default is 0 (i.e., no timeout), which can be overridden by setting the PROPTEST_TIMEOUT environment variable.

max_shrink_time: u32

If non-zero, give up the shrinking process after this many milliseconds have elapsed since the start of the shrinking process.

This will not cause currently running test cases to be interrupted.

This configuration is only available when the std feature is enabled (which it is by default).

The default is 0 (i.e., no limit), which can be overridden by setting the PROPTEST_MAX_SHRINK_TIME environment variable.

max_shrink_iters: u32

Give up on shrinking if more than this number of iterations of the test code are run.

Setting this to std::u32::MAX causes the actual limit to be four times the number of test cases.

Setting this value to 0 disables shrinking altogether.

Note that the type of this field will change in a future version of proptest to better accommodate its special values.

The default is std::u32::MAX, which can be overridden by setting the PROPTEST_MAX_SHRINK_ITERS environment variable.

result_cache: fn() -> Box<dyn ResultCache>

A function to create new result caches.

The default is to do no caching. The easiest way to enable caching is to set this field to basic_result_cache (though that is currently only available with the std feature).

This is useful for strategies which have a tendency to produce duplicate values, or for tests where shrinking can take a very long time due to exploring the same output multiple times.

When caching is enabled, generated values themselves are not stored, so this does not pose a risk of memory exhaustion for large test inputs unless using extraordinarily large test case counts.

Caching incurs its own overhead, and may very well make your test run more slowly.

verbose: u32

Set to non-zero values to cause proptest to emit human-targeted messages to stderr as it runs.

Greater values cause greater amounts of logs to be emitted. The exact meaning of certain levels other than 0 is subject to change.

This is only available with the std feature (enabled by default) since on nostd proptest has no way to produce output.

The default is 0, which can be overridden by setting the PROPTEST_VERBOSE environment variable.

rng_algorithm: RngAlgorithm

The RNG algorithm to use when not using a user-provided RNG.

The default is RngAlgorithm::default(), which can be overridden by setting the PROPTEST_RNG_ALGORITHM environment variable to one of the following:

Methods

impl Config[src]

pub fn with_cases(cases: u32) -> Self[src]

Constructs a Config only differing from the default() in the number of test cases required to pass the test successfully.

This is simply a more concise alternative to using field-record update syntax:

assert_eq!(
    Config::with_cases(42),
    Config { cases: 42, .. Config::default() }
);

pub fn with_source_file(source_file: &'static str) -> Self[src]

Constructs a Config only differing from the default() in the source_file of the present test.

This is simply a more concise alternative to using field-record update syntax:

assert_eq!(
    Config::with_source_file("computer/question"),
    Config { source_file: Some("computer/question"), .. Config::default() }
);

pub fn clone_with_source_file(&self, source_file: &'static str) -> Self[src]

Constructs a Config only differing from the provided Config instance, self, in the source_file of the present test.

This is simply a more concise alternative to using field-record update syntax:

let a = Config::with_source_file("computer/question");
let b = a.clone_with_source_file("answer/42");
assert_eq!(
    a,
    Config { source_file: Some("computer/question"), .. Config::default() }
);
assert_eq!(
    b,
    Config { source_file: Some("answer/42"), .. Config::default() }
);

pub fn fork(&self) -> bool[src]

Return whether this configuration implies forking.

This method exists even if the "fork" feature is disabled, in which case it simply returns false.

pub fn timeout(&self) -> u32[src]

Returns the configured timeout.

This method exists even if the "timeout" feature is disabled, in which case it simply returns 0.

pub fn max_shrink_iters(&self) -> u32[src]

Returns the configured limit on shrinking iterations.

This takes into account the special "automatic" behaviour.

Trait Implementations

impl Clone for Config[src]

impl Debug for Config[src]

impl Default for Config[src]

impl PartialEq<Config> for Config[src]

impl StructuralPartialEq for Config[src]

Auto Trait Implementations

impl !RefUnwindSafe for Config

impl Send for Config

impl Sync for Config

impl Unpin for Config

impl !UnwindSafe for Config

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