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$$ -*- mode: c++; -*-
$$ This is a Pump source file.  Please use Pump to convert it to
$$ gmock-generated-function-mockers.h.
$$
$var n = 10  $$ The maximum arity we support.
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// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
//
// Author: wan@google.com (Zhanyong Wan)

// Google Mock - a framework for writing C++ mock classes.
//
// This file implements function mockers of various arities.

#ifndef GMOCK_INCLUDE_GMOCK_GMOCK_GENERATED_FUNCTION_MOCKERS_H_
#define GMOCK_INCLUDE_GMOCK_GMOCK_GENERATED_FUNCTION_MOCKERS_H_

#include "gmock/gmock-spec-builders.h"
#include "gmock/internal/gmock-internal-utils.h"

namespace testing {
namespace internal {

template <typename F>
class FunctionMockerBase;

// Note: class FunctionMocker really belongs to the ::testing
// namespace.  However if we define it in ::testing, MSVC will
// complain when classes in ::testing::internal declare it as a
// friend class template.  To workaround this compiler bug, we define
// FunctionMocker in ::testing::internal and import it into ::testing.
template <typename F>
class FunctionMocker;


$range i 0..n
$for i [[
$range j 1..i
$var typename_As = [[$for j [[, typename A$j]]]]
$var As = [[$for j, [[A$j]]]]
$var as = [[$for j, [[a$j]]]]
$var Aas = [[$for j, [[A$j a$j]]]]
$var ms = [[$for j, [[m$j]]]]
$var matchers = [[$for j, [[const Matcher<A$j>& m$j]]]]
template <typename R$typename_As>
class FunctionMocker<R($As)> : public
    internal::FunctionMockerBase<R($As)> {
 public:
  typedef R F($As);
  typedef typename internal::Function<F>::ArgumentTuple ArgumentTuple;

  MockSpec<F>& With($matchers) {

$if i >= 1 [[
    this->current_spec().SetMatchers(::std::tr1::make_tuple($ms));

]]
    return this->current_spec();
  }

  R Invoke($Aas) {
    // Even though gcc and MSVC don't enforce it, 'this->' is required
    // by the C++ standard [14.6.4] here, as the base class type is
    // dependent on the template argument (and thus shouldn't be
    // looked into when resolving InvokeWith).
    return this->InvokeWith(ArgumentTuple($as));
  }
};


]]
}  // namespace internal

// The style guide prohibits "using" statements in a namespace scope
// inside a header file.  However, the FunctionMocker class template
// is meant to be defined in the ::testing namespace.  The following
// line is just a trick for working around a bug in MSVC 8.0, which
// cannot handle it if we define FunctionMocker in ::testing.
using internal::FunctionMocker;

// The result type of function type F.
// INTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION - DON'T USE IN USER CODE!!!
#define GMOCK_RESULT_(tn, F) tn ::testing::internal::Function<F>::Result

// The type of argument N of function type F.
// INTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION - DON'T USE IN USER CODE!!!
#define GMOCK_ARG_(tn, F, N) tn ::testing::internal::Function<F>::Argument##N

// The matcher type for argument N of function type F.
// INTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION - DON'T USE IN USER CODE!!!
#define GMOCK_MATCHER_(tn, F, N) const ::testing::Matcher<GMOCK_ARG_(tn, F, N)>&

// The variable for mocking the given method.
// INTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION - DON'T USE IN USER CODE!!!
#define GMOCK_MOCKER_(arity, constness, Method) \
    GTEST_CONCAT_TOKEN_(gmock##constness##arity##_##Method##_, __LINE__)


$for i [[
$range j 1..i
$var arg_as = [[$for j, \
                                 [[GMOCK_ARG_(tn, F, $j) gmock_a$j]]]]
$var as = [[$for j, [[gmock_a$j]]]]
$var matcher_as = [[$for j, \
                     [[GMOCK_MATCHER_(tn, F, $j) gmock_a$j]]]]
// INTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION - DON'T USE IN USER CODE!!!
#define GMOCK_METHOD$i[[]]_(tn, constness, ct, Method, F) \
  GMOCK_RESULT_(tn, F) ct Method($arg_as) constness { \
    GTEST_COMPILE_ASSERT_(::std::tr1::tuple_size< \
        tn ::testing::internal::Function<F>::ArgumentTuple>::value == $i, \
        this_method_does_not_take_$i[[]]_argument[[$if i != 1 [[s]]]]); \
    GMOCK_MOCKER_($i, constness, Method).SetOwnerAndName(this, #Method); \
    return GMOCK_MOCKER_($i, constness, Method).Invoke($as); \
  } \
  ::testing::MockSpec<F>& \
      gmock_##Method($matcher_as) constness { \
    GMOCK_MOCKER_($i, constness, Method).RegisterOwner(this); \
    return GMOCK_MOCKER_($i, constness, Method).With($as); \
  } \
  mutable ::testing::FunctionMocker<F> GMOCK_MOCKER_($i, constness, Method)


]]
$for i [[
#define MOCK_METHOD$i(m, F) GMOCK_METHOD$i[[]]_(, , , m, F)

]]


$for i [[
#define MOCK_CONST_METHOD$i(m, F) GMOCK_METHOD$i[[]]_(, const, , m, F)

]]


$for i [[
#define MOCK_METHOD$i[[]]_T(m, F) GMOCK_METHOD$i[[]]_(typename, , , m, F)

]]


$for i [[
#define MOCK_CONST_METHOD$i[[]]_T(m, F) [[]]
GMOCK_METHOD$i[[]]_(typename, const, , m, F)

]]


$for i [[
#define MOCK_METHOD$i[[]]_WITH_CALLTYPE(ct, m, F) [[]]
GMOCK_METHOD$i[[]]_(, , ct, m, F)

]]


$for i [[
#define MOCK_CONST_METHOD$i[[]]_WITH_CALLTYPE(ct, m, F) \
    GMOCK_METHOD$i[[]]_(, const, ct, m, F)

]]


$for i [[
#define MOCK_METHOD$i[[]]_T_WITH_CALLTYPE(ct, m, F) \
    GMOCK_METHOD$i[[]]_(typename, , ct, m, F)

]]


$for i [[
#define MOCK_CONST_METHOD$i[[]]_T_WITH_CALLTYPE(ct, m, F) \
    GMOCK_METHOD$i[[]]_(typename, const, ct, m, F)

]]

// A MockFunction<F> class has one mock method whose type is F.  It is
// useful when you just want your test code to emit some messages and
// have Google Mock verify the right messages are sent (and perhaps at
// the right times).  For example, if you are exercising code:
//
//   Foo(1);
//   Foo(2);
//   Foo(3);
//
// and want to verify that Foo(1) and Foo(3) both invoke
// mock.Bar("a"), but Foo(2) doesn't invoke anything, you can write:
//
// TEST(FooTest, InvokesBarCorrectly) {
//   MyMock mock;
//   MockFunction<void(string check_point_name)> check;
//   {
//     InSequence s;
//
//     EXPECT_CALL(mock, Bar("a"));
//     EXPECT_CALL(check, Call("1"));
//     EXPECT_CALL(check, Call("2"));
//     EXPECT_CALL(mock, Bar("a"));
//   }
//   Foo(1);
//   check.Call("1");
//   Foo(2);
//   check.Call("2");
//   Foo(3);
// }
//
// The expectation spec says that the first Bar("a") must happen
// before check point "1", the second Bar("a") must happen after check
// point "2", and nothing should happen between the two check
// points. The explicit check points make it easy to tell which
// Bar("a") is called by which call to Foo().
template <typename F>
class MockFunction;


$for i [[
$range j 0..i-1
template <typename R$for j [[, typename A$j]]>
class MockFunction<R($for j, [[A$j]])> {
 public:
  MockFunction() {}

  MOCK_METHOD$i[[]]_T(Call, R($for j, [[A$j]]));

 private:
  GTEST_DISALLOW_COPY_AND_ASSIGN_(MockFunction);
};


]]
}  // namespace testing

#endif  // GMOCK_INCLUDE_GMOCK_GMOCK_GENERATED_FUNCTION_MOCKERS_H_