Mined Opinions For API: hamcrest

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  • You need to split this problem into two: reading the name/value pairs from Excel into a map, and then building a matcher from this map.. details
  • You need to split this problem into two: reading the name/value pairs from Excel into a map, and then building a matcher from this map.. details
  • You question is how to test the value in a excel file with hamcrest matcher ?. details
  • ), it is useful that CODETERM6 supports JSON text (as CODETERM7 ), as well as natively supporting objects from Douglas Crockford's JSON library CODETERM8 .. details
  • There is a small open source library called CODETERM1 with JSON-aware matches.. details
  • It is well documented, tested, and supported.. details
  • It is well documented, tested, and supported.. details
  • Finally, if you are not using JUnit, you can use Hamcrest directly for assertions.. details
  • URL_http://baddotrobot.com/blog/2012/09/14/diff-excel-with-java-and-hamcrest/ [simple-excel] offers verification of generated excel files and brings it's own Hamcrest matchers for this.. details
  • AFAIK there is no Excel integration included in Hamcrest.. details
  • I have an array as follow: [[Disable,Enable,No,Yes][Joe,Bill,Doug,Kevin],[Red, Blue,Pink,Magenta],[One,Two,Three,Four]]; I need a hamcrest matcher that will match with an excel file that has name/value pair data in it.. details
  • I have looked at the following links: URL_http://code.google.com/p/hamcrest/wiki/Tutorial [Hamcrest-Link] Let me know if I am missing any info that would be helpful.. details
  • The matcher works great but when the two JSON are not same, i am only able to show message like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
Summaries the opinions about hamcrest using topic modeling.
  • 0. open match lang douglas call aware equal natively text afaik: 3
    • There is a small open source library called equals with JSON-aware matches.. details
    • ), it is useful that hamcrest-json supports JSON text (as java.lang.String ), as well as natively supporting objects from Douglas Crockford's JSON library org.json .. details
    • AFAIK there is no Excel integration included in Hamcrest.. details
  • 1. matcher pair follow match enable kevin joe magenta bill pink: 8
    • You need to split this problem into two: reading the name/value pairs from Excel into a map, and then building a matcher from this map.. details
    • You question is how to test the value in a excel file with hamcrest matcher ?. details
    • Finally, if you are not using JUnit, you can use Hamcrest directly for assertions.. details
    • It is well documented, tested, and supported.. details
    • simple-excel offers verification of generated excel files and brings it's own Hamcrest matchers for this.. details
    • I have an array as follow: [[Disable,Enable,No,Yes][Joe,Bill,Doug,Kevin],[Red, Blue,Pink,Magenta],[One,Two,Three,Four]]; I need a hamcrest matcher that will match with an excel file that has name/value pair data in it.. details
    • I have looked at the following links: Hamcrest-Link Let me know if I am missing any info that would be helpful.. details
    • The matcher works great but when the two JSON are not same, i am only able to show message like: CODESNIPPET .. details
Summaries of the opinions about hamcrest using three algorithms (Textrank, Lexrank and Luhn) adopted from extractive summarization. Each algorithm was used once for the positive opinions and once for the negative opinions.
  • I have an array as follow: Blue,Pink,Magenta],[One,Two,Three,Four]]; I need a hamcrest matcher that will match with an excel file that has name value pair data in it .
  • I have looked at the following links: Hamcrest Link Let me know if I am missing any info that would be helpful .
  • You question is how to test the value in a excel file with hamcrest matcher ?.
  • You need to split this problem into two: reading the name value pairs from Excel into a map, and then building a matcher from this map .
  • AFAIK there is no Excel integration included in Hamcrest .
  • simple excel offers verification of generated excel files and brings it's own Hamcrest matchers for this .
  • The matcher works great but when the two JSON are not same, i am only able to show message like: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • Finally, if you are not using JUnit, you can use Hamcrest directly for assertions .
  • ), it is useful that hamcrest-json supports JSON text (as java.lang.String ), as well as natively supporting objects from Douglas Crockford's JSON library org.json .
  • There is a small open source library called equals with JSON aware matches .
  • I have an array as follow: Blue,Pink,Magenta],[One,Two,Three,Four]]; I need a hamcrest matcher that will match with an excel file that has name value pair data in it .
  • I have looked at the following links: Hamcrest Link Let me know if I am missing any info that would be helpful .
  • You question is how to test the value in a excel file with hamcrest matcher ?.
  • You need to split this problem into two: reading the name value pairs from Excel into a map, and then building a matcher from this map .
  • AFAIK there is no Excel integration included in Hamcrest .
  • simple excel offers verification of generated excel files and brings it's own Hamcrest matchers for this .
  • The matcher works great but when the two JSON are not same, i am only able to show message like: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • Finally, if you are not using JUnit, you can use Hamcrest directly for assertions .
  • ), it is useful that hamcrest-json supports JSON text (as java.lang.String ), as well as natively supporting objects from Douglas Crockford's JSON library org.json .
  • There is a small open source library called equals with JSON aware matches .
  • I have an array as follow: Blue,Pink,Magenta],[One,Two,Three,Four]]; I need a hamcrest matcher that will match with an excel file that has name value pair data in it .
  • You question is how to test the value in a excel file with hamcrest matcher ?.
  • You need to split this problem into two: reading the name value pairs from Excel into a map, and then building a matcher from this map .
  • AFAIK there is no Excel integration included in Hamcrest .
  • simple excel offers verification of generated excel files and brings it's own Hamcrest matchers for this .
  • The matcher works great but when the two JSON are not same, i am only able to show message like: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • It is well documented, tested, and supported .
  • Finally, if you are not using JUnit, you can use Hamcrest directly for assertions .
  • ), it is useful that hamcrest-json supports JSON text (as java.lang.String ), as well as natively supporting objects from Douglas Crockford's JSON library org.json .
  • There is a small open source library called equals with JSON aware matches .
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Features:
  • You question is how to test the value in a excel file with hamcrest matcher ?
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Documentation:
  • I have looked at the following links: URL_http://code.google.com/p/hamcrest/wiki/Tutorial [Hamcrest-Link] Let me know if I am missing any info that would be helpful.
  • N/A
Community:
  • It is well documented, tested, and supported.
  • N/A
Legal:
  • There is a small open source library called CODETERM1 with JSON-aware matches.
  • N/A
Bug:
  • You need to split this problem into two: reading the name/value pairs from Excel into a map, and then building a matcher from this map.
  • N/A
Usability:
  • You need to split this problem into two: reading the name/value pairs from Excel into a map, and then building a matcher from this map.
  • N/A
  • Features: 2
    1. general: 2
      • You question is how to test the value in a excel file with hamcrest matcher ?. details
      • I have an array as follow: [[Disable,Enable,No,Yes][Joe,Bill,Doug,Kevin],[Red, Blue,Pink,Magenta],[One,Two,Three,Four]]; I need a hamcrest matcher that will match with an excel file that has name/value pair data in it.. details
  • Documentation: 1
    1. general: 1
      • I have looked at the following links: URL_http://code.google.com/p/hamcrest/wiki/Tutorial [Hamcrest-Link] Let me know if I am missing any info that would be helpful.. details
  • Community: 1
    1. general: 1
      • It is well documented, tested, and supported.. details
  • Legal: 1
    1. general: 1
      • There is a small open source library called CODETERM1 with JSON-aware matches.. details
  • Bug: 1
    1. general: 1
      • You need to split this problem into two: reading the name/value pairs from Excel into a map, and then building a matcher from this map.. details
  • Usability: 7
    1. general: 7
      • You need to split this problem into two: reading the name/value pairs from Excel into a map, and then building a matcher from this map.. details
      • ), it is useful that CODETERM6 supports JSON text (as CODETERM7 ), as well as natively supporting objects from Douglas Crockford's JSON library CODETERM8 .. details
      • It is well documented, tested, and supported.. details
      • Finally, if you are not using JUnit, you can use Hamcrest directly for assertions.. details
      • URL_http://baddotrobot.com/blog/2012/09/14/diff-excel-with-java-and-hamcrest/ [simple-excel] offers verification of generated excel files and brings it's own Hamcrest matchers for this.. details
      • AFAIK there is no Excel integration included in Hamcrest.. details
      • The matcher works great but when the two JSON are not same, i am only able to show message like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details