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Timestamp:
10/16/2015 09:04:12 PM (5 years ago)
Author:
wonderboymusic
Message:

Unit Tests: one $factory to rule them all, and it shall be static.

Using more than one instance of WP_UnitTest_Factory causes all kinds of craziness, due to out-of-sync internal generator sequences. Since we want to use setUpBeforeClass, we were creating ad hoc instances. To avoid that, we were injecting one static instance via Dependency Injection in wpSetUpBeforeClass. All tests should really use the static instance, so we will remove the instance prop $factory.

Replace $this->factory with self::$factory over 2000 times.
Rewrite all of the tests that were hard-coding dynamic values.

#YOLOFriday

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  • trunk/tests/phpunit/tests/post/slashes.php

    r34668 r35225  
    99    function setUp() {
    1010        parent::setUp();
    11         $this->author_id = $this->factory->user->create( array( 'role' => 'editor' ) );
     11        $this->author_id = self::$factory->user->create( array( 'role' => 'editor' ) );
    1212        $this->old_current_user = get_current_user_id();
    1313        wp_set_current_user( $this->author_id );
     
    3434     */
    3535    function test_edit_post() {
    36         $id = $this->factory->post->create();
     36        $id = self::$factory->post->create();
    3737
    3838        $_POST = array();
     
    103103     */
    104104    function test_wp_update_post() {
    105         $id = $this->factory->post->create();
     105        $id = self::$factory->post->create();
    106106
    107107        wp_update_post(array(
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