Module Expect_test_matcher__Cst

Concrete syntax tree of expectations and actual outputs

module Line : sig ... end
type 'a single_line = {
leading_blanks : Base.string;

regexp: " \t*"

trailing_spaces : Base.string;

regexp: " \t\n*"

orig : Base.string;

regexp: "^ \t\n(^\n*^ \t\n)?"

data : 'a;
}

Single line represent %expect nodes with data on the first line but not on the subsequent ones.

For instance:

[%expect "  blah "];
[%expect {|  blah
         |}]
val sexp_of_single_line : ('a -> Ppx_sexp_conv_lib.Sexp.t) -> 'a single_line -> Ppx_sexp_conv_lib.Sexp.t
val compare_single_line : ('a -> 'a -> Base.int) -> 'a single_line -> 'a single_line -> Base.int
type 'a multi_lines = {
leading_spaces : Base.string;

regexp: "\( \t*\n\)*"

trailing_spaces : Base.string;

regexp: " \t*" or "\(\n \t*\)*"

indentation : Base.string;

regexp: " \t*"

lines : 'a Line.t Base.list;

regexp: not_blank (.* not_blank)?

}

Any %expect node with one or more newlines and at least one non-blank line.

This also include the case with exactly one non-blank line such as:

[%expect {|
  blah
|}]

This is to preserve this formatting in case the correction is multi-line.

leading_spaces contains everything until the first non-blank line, while trailing_spaces is either:

  • trailing blanks on the last line if of the form:
[%expect {|
           abc
           def |}]
  • all trailing spaces from the newline character (inclusive) on the last non-blank line to the end if of the form:
[%expect {|
           abc
           def
|}]
val sexp_of_multi_lines : ('a -> Ppx_sexp_conv_lib.Sexp.t) -> 'a multi_lines -> Ppx_sexp_conv_lib.Sexp.t
val compare_multi_lines : ('a -> 'a -> Base.int) -> 'a multi_lines -> 'a multi_lines -> Base.int
type 'a t =
| Empty of Base.string

regexp: " \t\n*"

| Single_line of 'a single_line
| Multi_lines of 'a multi_lines
val sexp_of_t : ('a -> Ppx_sexp_conv_lib.Sexp.t) -> 'a t -> Ppx_sexp_conv_lib.Sexp.t
val compare : ('a -> 'a -> Base.int) -> 'a t -> 'a t -> Base.int
val invariant : ('a -> Base.unit) -> 'a t -> Base.unit
val empty : 'a t
val map : 'a t -> f:(Base.string -> 'a -> 'b) -> 'b t
val data : 'a t -> blank:'a -> 'a Base.list
val strip : 'a t -> 'a t
val to_string : _ t -> Base.string
val to_lines : 'a t -> 'a Line.t Base.list

For single line expectation, leading blanks and trailing spaces are dropped.

val trim_lines : 'a Line.t Base.list -> 'a Line.t Base.list

Remove blank lines at the beginning and end of the list.

val reconcile : 'a t -> lines:'a Line.t Base.list -> default_indentation:Base.int -> pad_single_line:Base.bool -> 'a t

Given a contents t and a list of lines, try to produce a new contents containing lines but with the same formating as t.

default_indentation is the indentation to use in case we ignore t's indentation (for instance if t is Single_line or Empty).

val extract_indentation : 'a Line.t Base.list -> Base.string * 'a Line.t Base.list

Compuute the longest indentation of a list of lines and trim it from every line. It returns the found indentation and the list of trimmed lines.

val stripped_original_lines : _ t -> Base.string Base.list

All the .orig fields of Line.t or single_line values, using "" for blank lines.