Example #1
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func (s *notifyWorkerSuite) TestErrorsOnClosedChannel(c *gc.C) {
	foundErr := fmt.Errorf("did not get an error")
	triggeredHandler := func(errer watcher.Errer) error {
		foundErr = errer.Err()
		return foundErr
	}
	worker.SetEnsureErr(triggeredHandler)
	s.actor.watcher.Stop()
	err := waitShort(c, s.worker)
	// If the foundErr is nil, we would have panic-ed (see TestDefaultClosedHandler)
	c.Check(foundErr, gc.IsNil)
	c.Check(err, jc.ErrorIsNil)
	s.actor.CheckActions(c, "setup", "teardown")
}
Example #2
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func (s *notifyWorkerSuite) TestErrorsOnStillAliveButClosedChannel(c *gc.C) {
	foundErr := fmt.Errorf("did not get an error")
	triggeredHandler := func(errer watcher.Errer) error {
		foundErr = errer.Err()
		return foundErr
	}
	worker.SetEnsureErr(triggeredHandler)
	s.actor.watcher.SetStopError(tomb.ErrStillAlive)
	s.actor.watcher.Stop()
	err := waitShort(c, s.worker)
	c.Check(foundErr, gc.Equals, tomb.ErrStillAlive)
	// ErrStillAlive is trapped by the Stop logic and gets turned into a
	// 'nil' when stopping. However TestDefaultClosedHandler can assert
	// that it would have triggered a panic.
	c.Check(err, jc.ErrorIsNil)
	s.actor.CheckActions(c, "setup", "teardown")
	// Worker is stopped, don't fail TearDownTest
	s.worker = nil
}
Example #3
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func (s *notifyWorkerSuite) TearDownTest(c *gc.C) {
	worker.SetEnsureErr(nil)
	s.stopWorker(c)
	s.BaseSuite.TearDownTest(c)
}