Modifying Squish functions

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Please see How to Modify Squish Functions for an introduction to this topic.

The following example demonstrates an alternative approach to modifying Squish functions which may or may not be a bit easier to understand.

In addition to modifying Squish functions, the example demonstrates counting the number of "fails" and "passes" in the respective variables.

fails = 0
passes = 0

def my_test_fail(msg, detail=''):
    global fails
    fails += 1
    test.fail_org(msg, detail)

def my_test_passes(msg, detail=''):
    global passes
    passes += 1
    test.passes_org(msg, detail)

def my_test_compare(value1, value2, msg=None):
    global fails
    if not test.compare_org(value1, value2, msg):
        fails += 1
        return False
    return True

def my_test_vp(name, record=None):
    global fails
    if record is None:
        if not test.vp_org(name):
            fails += 1
            return False
        if not test.vp_org(name, record):
            fails += 1
            return False
    return True

def register_test_funcs():
    test.fail_org = = my_test_fail

    test.passes_org = test.passes
    test.passes = my_test_passes

    test.compare_org = = my_test_compare

    test.vp_org = test.vp
    test.vp = my_test_vp

def init():

def main():
    startApplication("myapp")"fail")"fail", "detail")
    test.passes("passes", "detail")"1", "2")"1", "2", "message")

    global fails
    global passes
    test.log("Fails: " + str(fails))
    test.log("Passes: " + str(passes))

Note that one drawback of this approach (and the approach at How to Modify Squish Functions ) is that a double click on an entry in the Test Results view will open the script file at the line where the original Squish test function gets called - which could be - for example - the third line of the function my_test_passes.

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