org.junit.rules
Interface MethodRule

All Known Implementing Classes:
TestWatchman

public interface MethodRule

A MethodRule is an alteration in how a test method is run and reported. Multiple MethodRules can be applied to a test method. The Statement that executes the method is passed to each annotated Rule in turn, and each may return a substitute or modified Statement, which is passed to the next Rule, if any. For examples of how this can be useful, see these provided MethodRules, or write your own:

Note that MethodRule has been replaced by TestRule, which has the added benefit of supporting class rules.

Since:
4.7

Method Summary
 Statement apply(Statement base, FrameworkMethod method, Object target)
          Modifies the method-running Statement to implement an additional test-running rule.
 

Method Detail

apply

Statement apply(Statement base,
                FrameworkMethod method,
                Object target)
Modifies the method-running Statement to implement an additional test-running rule.

Parameters:
base - The Statement to be modified
method - The method to be run
target - The object on which the method will be run.
Returns:
a new statement, which may be the same as base, a wrapper around base, or a completely new Statement.


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