org.junit.experimental.categories
Class ExcludeCategories

java.lang.Object
  extended by org.junit.experimental.categories.ExcludeCategories
All Implemented Interfaces:
FilterFactory

public final class ExcludeCategories
extends Object

FilterFactory to exclude categories. The Filter that is created will filter out tests that are categorized with any of the given categories. Usage from command line: --filter=org.junit.experimental.categories.ExcludeCategories=pkg.of.Cat1,pkg.of.Cat2 Usage from API: new ExcludeCategories().createFilter(Cat1.class, Cat2.class);


Nested Class Summary
 
Nested classes/interfaces inherited from interface org.junit.runner.FilterFactory
FilterFactory.FilterNotCreatedException
 
Constructor Summary
ExcludeCategories()
           
 
Method Summary
 Filter createFilter(FilterFactoryParams params)
          Creates a Categories.CategoryFilter given a FilterFactoryParams argument.
protected  Filter createFilter(List<Class<?>> categories)
          Creates a Filter which is only passed by tests that are not categorized with any of the specified categories.
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

ExcludeCategories

public ExcludeCategories()
Method Detail

createFilter

protected Filter createFilter(List<Class<?>> categories)
Creates a Filter which is only passed by tests that are not categorized with any of the specified categories.

Parameters:
categories - Category classes.

createFilter

public Filter createFilter(FilterFactoryParams params)
                    throws FilterFactory.FilterNotCreatedException
Creates a Categories.CategoryFilter given a FilterFactoryParams argument.

Specified by:
createFilter in interface FilterFactory
Parameters:
params - Parameters needed to create the Filter
Throws:
FilterFactory.FilterNotCreatedException


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