Commit 46174879 authored by Niels's avatar Niels
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clean up

parent 5db41313
......@@ -41,25 +41,7 @@ matrix:
after_success:
- valgrind --error-exitcode=1 --leak-check=full test/json_unit
# Coveralls
#- os: linux
# compiler: gcc
# addons:
# apt:
# sources: ['ubuntu-toolchain-r-test']
# packages: ['g++-4.9', 'valgrind', 'python-pip', 'python-yaml']
# before_script:
# - pip install --user git+git://github.com/eddyxu/cpp-coveralls.git
# after_success:
# - make clean
# - touch src/json.hpp
# - make json_unit CXXFLAGS="-fprofile-arcs -ftest-coverage -std=c++11 -lstdc++" CXX=$COMPILER
# - test/json_unit "*"
# - coveralls --build-root test --exclude src/catch.hpp --exclude src/unit-algorithms.cpp --exclude src/unit-allocator.cpp --exclude src/unit-capacity.cpp --exclude src/unit-class_const_iterator.cpp --exclude src/unit-class_iterator.cpp --exclude src/unit-class_lexer.cpp --exclude src/unit-class_parser.cpp --exclude src/unit-comparison.cpp --exclude src/unit-concepts.cpp --exclude src/unit-constructor1.cpp --exclude src/unit-constructor2.cpp --exclude src/unit-convenience.cpp --exclude src/unit-conversions.cpp --exclude src/unit-deserialization.cpp --exclude src/unit-element_access1.cpp --exclude src/unit-element_access2.cpp --exclude src/unit-inspection.cpp --exclude src/unit-iterator_wrapper.cpp --exclude src/unit-iterators1.cpp --exclude src/unit-iterators2.cpp --exclude src/unit-json_patch.cpp --exclude src/unit-json_pointer.cpp --exclude src/unit-modifiers.cpp --exclude src/unit-pointer_access.cpp --exclude src/unit-readme.cpp --exclude src/unit-reference_access.cpp --exclude src/unit-regression.cpp --exclude src/unit-serialization.cpp --exclude src/unit-testsuites.cpp --exclude src/unit-unicode.cpp --include ../src/json.hpp --gcov-options '\-lp' --gcov 'gcov-4.9'
# env:
# - COMPILER=g++-4.9
# - SPECIAL=coveralls
# Coveralls (http://gronlier.fr/blog/2015/01/adding-code-coverage-to-your-c-project/)
- os: linux
compiler: gcc
......
......@@ -416,7 +416,13 @@ The following compilers are currently used in continuous integration at [Travis]
| GCC 4.9.3 | Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS | g++-4.9 (Ubuntu 4.9.3-8ubuntu2~14.04) 4.9.3 |
| GCC 5.3.0 | Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS | g++-5 (Ubuntu 5.3.0-3ubuntu1~14.04) 5.3.0 20151204 |
| GCC 6.1.1 | Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS | g++-6 (Ubuntu 6.1.1-3ubuntu11~14.04.1) 6.1.1 20160511 |
| Clang 3.6.0 | Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS | clang version 3.6.0 (tags/RELEASE_360/final) |
| Clang 3.6.1 | Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS | clang version 3.6.1 (tags/RELEASE_361/final) |
| Clang 3.6.2 | Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS | clang version 3.6.2 (tags/RELEASE_362/final) |
| Clang 3.7.0 | Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS | clang version 3.7.0 (tags/RELEASE_370/final) |
| Clang 3.7.1 | Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS | clang version 3.7.1 (tags/RELEASE_371/final) |
| Clang 3.8.0 | Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS | clang version 3.8.0 (tags/RELEASE_380/final) |
| Clang 3.8.1 | Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS | clang version 3.8.1 (tags/RELEASE_381/final) |
| Clang Xcode 6.1 | Darwin Kernel Version 13.4.0 (OSX 10.9.5) | Apple LLVM version 6.0 (clang-600.0.54) (based on LLVM 3.5svn) |
| Clang Xcode 6.2 | Darwin Kernel Version 13.4.0 (OSX 10.9.5) | Apple LLVM version 6.0 (clang-600.0.57) (based on LLVM 3.5svn) |
| Clang Xcode 6.3 | Darwin Kernel Version 14.3.0 (OSX 10.10.3) | Apple LLVM version 6.1.0 (clang-602.0.49) (based on LLVM 3.6.0svn) |
......@@ -504,7 +510,7 @@ To compile and run the tests, you need to execute
$ make check
===============================================================================
All tests passed (8905012 assertions in 32 test cases)
All tests passed (8905099 assertions in 32 test cases)
```
For more information, have a look at the file [.travis.yml](https://github.com/nlohmann/json/blob/master/.travis.yml).
......@@ -79,18 +79,30 @@ TEST_CASE("pointer access")
SECTION("pointer access to const object_t")
{
using test_type = json::object_t;
using test_type = const json::object_t;
const json value = {{"one", 1}, {"two", 2}};
// this should not compile
// test_type* p1 = value.get_ptr<test_type*>();
// check if pointers are returned correctly
test_type* p1 = value.get_ptr<test_type*>();
CHECK(p1 == value.get_ptr<test_type*>());
CHECK(*p1 == value.get<test_type>());
const test_type* p2 = value.get_ptr<const test_type*>();
CHECK(p1 == value.get_ptr<const test_type*>());
CHECK(*p2 == value.get<test_type>());
const test_type* const p3 = value.get_ptr<const test_type* const>();
CHECK(p2 == p3);
CHECK(p1 == value.get_ptr<const test_type* const>());
CHECK(*p3 == value.get<test_type>());
// check if null pointers are returned correctly
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::object_t*>() != nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::array_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::string_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::boolean_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::number_integer_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::number_unsigned_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::number_float_t*>() == nullptr);
}
SECTION("pointer access to array_t")
......@@ -121,6 +133,34 @@ TEST_CASE("pointer access")
CHECK(value.get_ptr<json::number_float_t*>() == nullptr);
}
SECTION("pointer access to const array_t")
{
using test_type = const json::array_t;
const json value = {1, 2, 3, 4};
// check if pointers are returned correctly
test_type* p1 = value.get_ptr<test_type*>();
CHECK(p1 == value.get_ptr<test_type*>());
CHECK(*p1 == value.get<test_type>());
const test_type* p2 = value.get_ptr<const test_type*>();
CHECK(p1 == value.get_ptr<const test_type*>());
CHECK(*p2 == value.get<test_type>());
const test_type* const p3 = value.get_ptr<const test_type* const>();
CHECK(p1 == value.get_ptr<const test_type* const>());
CHECK(*p3 == value.get<test_type>());
// check if null pointers are returned correctly
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::object_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::array_t*>() != nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::string_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::boolean_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::number_integer_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::number_unsigned_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::number_float_t*>() == nullptr);
}
SECTION("pointer access to string_t")
{
using test_type = json::string_t;
......@@ -149,6 +189,34 @@ TEST_CASE("pointer access")
CHECK(value.get_ptr<json::number_float_t*>() == nullptr);
}
SECTION("pointer access to const string_t")
{
using test_type = const json::string_t;
const json value = "hello";
// check if pointers are returned correctly
test_type* p1 = value.get_ptr<test_type*>();
CHECK(p1 == value.get_ptr<test_type*>());
CHECK(*p1 == value.get<test_type>());
const test_type* p2 = value.get_ptr<const test_type*>();
CHECK(p1 == value.get_ptr<const test_type*>());
CHECK(*p2 == value.get<test_type>());
const test_type* const p3 = value.get_ptr<const test_type* const>();
CHECK(p1 == value.get_ptr<const test_type* const>());
CHECK(*p3 == value.get<test_type>());
// check if null pointers are returned correctly
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::object_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::array_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::string_t*>() != nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::boolean_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::number_integer_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::number_unsigned_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::number_float_t*>() == nullptr);
}
SECTION("pointer access to boolean_t")
{
using test_type = json::boolean_t;
......@@ -177,6 +245,34 @@ TEST_CASE("pointer access")
CHECK(value.get_ptr<json::number_float_t*>() == nullptr);
}
SECTION("pointer access to const boolean_t")
{
using test_type = const json::boolean_t;
const json value = false;
// check if pointers are returned correctly
test_type* p1 = value.get_ptr<test_type*>();
CHECK(p1 == value.get_ptr<test_type*>());
//CHECK(*p1 == value.get<test_type>());
const test_type* p2 = value.get_ptr<const test_type*>();
CHECK(p1 == value.get_ptr<const test_type*>());
//CHECK(*p2 == value.get<test_type>());
const test_type* const p3 = value.get_ptr<const test_type* const>();
CHECK(p1 == value.get_ptr<const test_type* const>());
//CHECK(*p3 == value.get<test_type>());
// check if null pointers are returned correctly
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::object_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::array_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::string_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::boolean_t*>() != nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::number_integer_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::number_unsigned_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::number_float_t*>() == nullptr);
}
SECTION("pointer access to number_integer_t")
{
using test_type = json::number_integer_t;
......@@ -205,6 +301,34 @@ TEST_CASE("pointer access")
CHECK(value.get_ptr<json::number_float_t*>() == nullptr);
}
SECTION("pointer access to const number_integer_t")
{
using test_type = const json::number_integer_t;
const json value = 23;
// check if pointers are returned correctly
test_type* p1 = value.get_ptr<test_type*>();
CHECK(p1 == value.get_ptr<test_type*>());
CHECK(*p1 == value.get<test_type>());
const test_type* p2 = value.get_ptr<const test_type*>();
CHECK(p1 == value.get_ptr<const test_type*>());
CHECK(*p2 == value.get<test_type>());
const test_type* const p3 = value.get_ptr<const test_type* const>();
CHECK(p1 == value.get_ptr<const test_type* const>());
CHECK(*p3 == value.get<test_type>());
// check if null pointers are returned correctly
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::object_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::array_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::string_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::boolean_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::number_integer_t*>() != nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::number_unsigned_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::number_float_t*>() == nullptr);
}
SECTION("pointer access to number_unsigned_t")
{
using test_type = json::number_unsigned_t;
......@@ -233,6 +357,34 @@ TEST_CASE("pointer access")
CHECK(value.get_ptr<json::number_float_t*>() == nullptr);
}
SECTION("pointer access to const number_unsigned_t")
{
using test_type = const json::number_unsigned_t;
const json value = 23u;
// check if pointers are returned correctly
test_type* p1 = value.get_ptr<test_type*>();
CHECK(p1 == value.get_ptr<test_type*>());
CHECK(*p1 == value.get<test_type>());
const test_type* p2 = value.get_ptr<const test_type*>();
CHECK(p1 == value.get_ptr<const test_type*>());
CHECK(*p2 == value.get<test_type>());
const test_type* const p3 = value.get_ptr<const test_type* const>();
CHECK(p1 == value.get_ptr<const test_type* const>());
CHECK(*p3 == value.get<test_type>());
// check if null pointers are returned correctly
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::object_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::array_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::string_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::boolean_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::number_integer_t*>() != nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::number_unsigned_t*>() != nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::number_float_t*>() == nullptr);
}
SECTION("pointer access to number_float_t")
{
using test_type = json::number_float_t;
......@@ -260,4 +412,32 @@ TEST_CASE("pointer access")
CHECK(value.get_ptr<json::number_unsigned_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<json::number_float_t*>() != nullptr);
}
SECTION("pointer access to const number_float_t")
{
using test_type = const json::number_float_t;
const json value = 42.23;
// check if pointers are returned correctly
test_type* p1 = value.get_ptr<test_type*>();
CHECK(p1 == value.get_ptr<test_type*>());
CHECK(*p1 == Approx(value.get<test_type>()));
const test_type* p2 = value.get_ptr<const test_type*>();
CHECK(p1 == value.get_ptr<const test_type*>());
CHECK(*p2 == Approx(value.get<test_type>()));
const test_type* const p3 = value.get_ptr<const test_type* const>();
CHECK(p1 == value.get_ptr<const test_type* const>());
CHECK(*p3 == Approx(value.get<test_type>()));
// check if null pointers are returned correctly
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::object_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::array_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::string_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::boolean_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::number_integer_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::number_unsigned_t*>() == nullptr);
CHECK(value.get_ptr<const json::number_float_t*>() != nullptr);
}
}
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