postprocessors: Example Test Result Postprocessors

Description

Test result postprocessors are used in E. failstop calls str(r) and throws an error if an expectation is not met, i.e., when r[["matches"]] is of length 0.

Usage

failstop(r)

Arguments

r

object of class realtest_result, see E

Details

These are example postprocessors. You are encouraged to write your own ones that will suit your own needs. Explore their source code for some inspirations. It’s an open source (and free!) project after all.

For failstop, you can always create a function str.realtest_result implementing the pretty printing of an error message.

Value

Returns r, invisibly.

Author(s)

Marek Gagolewski

See Also

The official online manual of realtest at https://realtest.gagolewski.com/