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// Copyright (c) 2021, the Dart project authors. Please see the AUTHORS file
// for details. All rights reserved. Use of this source code is governed by a
// BSD-style license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
import 'dart:async';
import '../backend/invoker.dart';
/// Returns a [Future] that completes after the [event loop][] has run the given
/// number of [times] (20 by default).
/// [event loop]:
/// Awaiting this approximates waiting until all asynchronous work (other than
/// work that's waiting for external resources) completes.
Future pumpEventQueue({int times = 20}) {
if (times == 0) return Future.value();
// Use the event loop to allow the microtask queue to finish.
return Future(() => pumpEventQueue(times: times - 1));
/// Registers an exception that was caught for the current test.
void registerException(Object error,
[StackTrace stackTrace = StackTrace.empty]) {
// This will usually forward directly to [Invoker.current.handleError], but
// going through the zone API allows other zones to consistently see errors.
Zone.current.handleUncaughtError(error, stackTrace);
/// Prints [message] if and when the current test fails.
/// This is intended for test infrastructure to provide debugging information
/// without cluttering the output for successful tests. Note that unlike
/// [print], each individual message passed to [printOnFailure] will be
/// separated by a blank line.
void printOnFailure(String message) => Invoker.current!.printOnFailure(message);
/// Marks the current test as skipped.
/// A skipped test may still fail if any exception is thrown, including uncaught
/// asynchronous errors. If the entire test should be skipped `return` from the
/// test body after marking it as skipped.
void markTestSkipped(String message) => Invoker.current!.skip(message);