1 batch.test BatchPercentagesUnitTestCase::setUp()

Sets up unit test environment.

Unlike BackdropWebTestCase::setUp(), BackdropUnitTestCase::setUp() does not install modules because tests are performed without accessing the database. Any required files must be explicitly included by the child class setUp() method.

Overrides BackdropUnitTestCase::setUp

File

core/modules/simpletest/tests/batch.test, line 314
Tests for the Batch API.

Class

BatchPercentagesUnitTestCase
Tests the function _batch_api_percentage() to make sure that the rounding works properly in all cases.

Code

function setUp() {
  // Set up an array of test cases, where the expected values are the keys,
  // and the values are arrays with the keys 'total' and 'current',
  // corresponding with the function parameters of _batch_api_percentage().
  $this->testCases = array(
    // 1/2 is 50%.
    '50' => array('total' => 2, 'current' => 1),
    // Though we should never encounter a case where the current set is set
    // 0, if we did, we should get 0%.
    '0' => array('total' => 3, 'current' => 0),
    // 1/3 is closer to 33% than to 34%.
    '33' => array('total' => 3, 'current' => 1),
    // 2/3 is closer to 67% than to 66%.
    '67' => array('total' => 3, 'current' => 2),
    // 1/199 should round up to 1%.
    '1' => array('total' => 199, 'current' => 1),
    // 198/199 should round down to 99%.
    '99' => array('total' => 199, 'current' => 198),
    // 199/200 would have rounded up to 100%, which would give the false
    // impression of being finished, so we add another digit and should get
    // 99.5%.
    '99.5' => array('total' => 200, 'current' => 199),
    // The same logic holds for 1/200: we should get 0.5%.
    '0.5' => array('total' => 200, 'current' => 1),
    // Numbers that come out evenly, such as 50/200, should be forced to have
    // extra digits for consistancy.
    '25.0' => array('total' => 200, 'current' => 50),
    // Regardless of number of digits we're using, 100% should always just be
    // 100%.
    '100' => array('total' => 200, 'current' => 200),
    // 1998/1999 should similarly round down to 99.9%.
    '99.9' => array('total' => 1999, 'current' => 1998),
    // 1999/2000 should add another digit and go to 99.95%.
    '99.95' => array('total' => 2000, 'current' => 1999),
    // 19999/20000 should add yet another digit and go to 99.995%.
    '99.995' => array('total' => 20000, 'current' => 19999),
    // The next five test cases simulate a batch with a single operation
    // ('total' equals 1) that takes several steps to complete. Within the
    // operation, we imagine that there are 501 items to process, and 100 are
    // completed during each step. The percentages we get back should be
    // rounded the usual way for the first few passes (i.e., 20%, 40%, etc.),
    // but for the last pass through, when 500 out of 501 items have been
    // processed, we do not want to round up to 100%, since that would
    // erroneously indicate that the processing is complete.
    '20' => array('total' => 1, 'current' => 100 / 501),
    '40' => array('total' => 1, 'current' => 200 / 501),
    '60' => array('total' => 1, 'current' => 300 / 501),
    '80' => array('total' => 1, 'current' => 400 / 501),
    '99.8' => array('total' => 1, 'current' => 500 / 501),
  );
  require_once BACKDROP_ROOT . '/core/includes/batch.inc';
  parent::setUp();
}