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Roxen.git/server/etc/include/testsuite.h:63:   #define TEST_ERROR(CODE, ARGS...) \    cpp_test_true (__FILE__, __LINE__, \    lambda() {return catch {CODE;};}, \    #CODE, ({ARGS}))      #define TEST_NOT_ERROR(CODE, ARGS...) \    cpp_test_true (__FILE__, __LINE__, \    lambda() {return !catch {CODE;};}, \    #CODE, ({ARGS}))    + #define ASSERT_TRUE(EXPR, ARGS...) \ +  cpp_assert_true (__FILE__, __LINE__, \ +  lambda() {return (EXPR);}, \ +  #EXPR, ({ARGS})) +  + #define ASSERT_FALSE(EXPR, ARGS...) \ +  cpp_assert_true (__FILE__, __LINE__, \ +  lambda() {return !(EXPR);}, \ +  #EXPR, ({ARGS})) +  + // ASSERT macros: + // Work like their TEST_-equivalent above but do not swallow errors. + #define ASSERT_EQUAL(A, B) \ +  lambda () { \ +  int len__ = min (max (sizeof (#A), sizeof (#B)), 40); \ +  array args__ = ({len__, #A, 0, len__, #B, 0}); \ +  cpp_assert_true (__FILE__, __LINE__, \ +  lambda() { \ +  return equal (args__[2] = (A), args__[5] = (B)); \ +  }, \ +  "%-*s (is %O) equals\n" \ +  "%-*s (is %O)?", \ +  args__); \ +  args__ = 0; \ +  }() +  + #define ASSERT_NOT_EQUAL(A, B) \ +  lambda () { \ +  int len__ = min (max (sizeof (#A), sizeof (#B)), 40); \ +  array args__ = ({len__, #A, 0, len__, #B, 0}); \ +  cpp_assert_true (__FILE__, __LINE__, \ +  lambda() { \ +  return !equal (args__[2] = (A), args__[5] = (B)); \ +  }, \ +  "%-*s (is %O) does not equal\n" \ +  "%-*s (is %O)?", \ +  args__); \ +  args__ = 0; \ +  }() +  + #define ASSERT_CMP(A, OP, B) \ +  lambda () { \ +  int len__ = min (max (sizeof (#A), sizeof (#B)), 40); \ +  array args__ = ({len__, #A, 0, len__, #B, 0}); \ +  cpp_assert_true (__FILE__, __LINE__, \ +  lambda() { \ +  return (args__[2] = (A)) OP (args__[5] = (B)); \ +  }, \ +  "%-*s (is %O) " #OP "\n" \ +  "%-*s (is %O)?", \ +  args__); \ +  args__ = 0; \ +  }() +  + #define ASSERT_ERROR(CODE, ARGS...) \ +  cpp_assert_true (__FILE__, __LINE__, \ +  lambda() {return catch {CODE;};}, \ +  #CODE, ({ARGS})) +  + #define ASSERT_NOT_ERROR(CODE, ARGS...) \ +  cpp_assert_true (__FILE__, __LINE__, \ +  lambda() {return !catch {CODE;};}, \ +  #CODE, ({ARGS})) +    #define TEST_CALL(FN, ARGS...) \    test (({__FILE__, __LINE__, (FN)}), ARGS)   #define TEST_CALL_TRUE(FN, ARGS...) \    test_true (({__FILE__, __LINE__, (FN)}), ARGS)   #define TEST_CALL_FALSE(FN, ARGS...) \    test_false (({__FILE__, __LINE__, (FN)}), ARGS)   #define TEST_CALL_ERROR(FN, ARGS...) \    test_error (({__FILE__, __LINE__, (FN)}), ARGS)   #define TEST_CALL_EQUAL(VAL, FN, ARGS...) \    test_equal ((VAL), ({__FILE__, __LINE__, (FN)}), ARGS)   #define TEST_CALL_NOT_EQUAL(VAL, FN, ARGS...) \    test_not_equal ((VAL), ({__FILE__, __LINE__, (FN)}), ARGS)   #define TEST_CALL_GENERIC(CHECK_FN, FN, ARGS...) \    test_generic ((CHECK_FN), ({__FILE__, __LINE__, (FN)}), ARGS) -  +  + // ASSERT macros: + // Work like their TEST_-equivalent but do not swallow errors. + #define ASSERT_CALL(FN, ARGS...) \ +  assert (({__FILE__, __LINE__, (FN)}), ARGS) + #define ASSERT_CALL_TRUE(FN, ARGS...) \ +  assert_true (({__FILE__, __LINE__, (FN)}), ARGS) + #define ASSERT_CALL_FALSE(FN, ARGS...) \ +  assert_false (({__FILE__, __LINE__, (FN)}), ARGS) + #define ASSERT_CALL_ERROR(FN, ARGS...) \ +  assert_error (({__FILE__, __LINE__, (FN)}), ARGS) + #define ASSERT_CALL_EQUAL(VAL, FN, ARGS...) \ +  assert_equal ((VAL), ({__FILE__, __LINE__, (FN)}), ARGS) + #define ASSERT_CALL_NOT_EQUAL(VAL, FN, ARGS...) \ +  assert_not_equal ((VAL), ({__FILE__, __LINE__, (FN)}), ARGS) + #define ASSERT_CALL_GENERIC(CHECK_FN, FN, ARGS...) \ +  assert_generic ((CHECK_FN), ({__FILE__, __LINE__, (FN)}), ARGS)