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Subject [21/51] [partial] incubator-hawq git commit: HAWQ-849. Remove apache orc codebase from hawq
Date Wed, 22 Jun 2016 10:12:41 GMT
http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator-hawq/blob/64dce1a8/depends/thirdparty/orc/c++/libs/gmock-1.7.0/gtest/include/gtest/gtest.h
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-// Copyright 2005, Google Inc.
-// All rights reserved.
-//
-// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
-// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
-// met:
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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)
-//
-// The Google C++ Testing Framework (Google Test)
-//
-// This header file defines the public API for Google Test.  It should be
-// included by any test program that uses Google Test.
-//
-// IMPORTANT NOTE: Due to limitation of the C++ language, we have to
-// leave some internal implementation details in this header file.
-// They are clearly marked by comments like this:
-//
-//   // INTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION - DO NOT USE IN A USER PROGRAM.
-//
-// Such code is NOT meant to be used by a user directly, and is subject
-// to CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.  Therefore DO NOT DEPEND ON IT in a user
-// program!
-//
-// Acknowledgment: Google Test borrowed the idea of automatic test
-// registration from Barthelemy Dagenais' (barthelemy@prologique.com)
-// easyUnit framework.
-
-#ifndef GTEST_INCLUDE_GTEST_GTEST_H_
-#define GTEST_INCLUDE_GTEST_GTEST_H_
-
-#include <limits>
-#include <ostream>
-#include <vector>
-
-#include "gtest/internal/gtest-internal.h"
-#include "gtest/internal/gtest-string.h"
-#include "gtest/gtest-death-test.h"
-#include "gtest/gtest-message.h"
-#include "gtest/gtest-param-test.h"
-#include "gtest/gtest-printers.h"
-#include "gtest/gtest_prod.h"
-#include "gtest/gtest-test-part.h"
-#include "gtest/gtest-typed-test.h"
-
-// Depending on the platform, different string classes are available.
-// On Linux, in addition to ::std::string, Google also makes use of
-// class ::string, which has the same interface as ::std::string, but
-// has a different implementation.
-//
-// The user can define GTEST_HAS_GLOBAL_STRING to 1 to indicate that
-// ::string is available AND is a distinct type to ::std::string, or
-// define it to 0 to indicate otherwise.
-//
-// If the user's ::std::string and ::string are the same class due to
-// aliasing, he should define GTEST_HAS_GLOBAL_STRING to 0.
-//
-// If the user doesn't define GTEST_HAS_GLOBAL_STRING, it is defined
-// heuristically.
-
-namespace testing {
-
-// Declares the flags.
-
-// This flag temporary enables the disabled tests.
-GTEST_DECLARE_bool_(also_run_disabled_tests);
-
-// This flag brings the debugger on an assertion failure.
-GTEST_DECLARE_bool_(break_on_failure);
-
-// This flag controls whether Google Test catches all test-thrown exceptions
-// and logs them as failures.
-GTEST_DECLARE_bool_(catch_exceptions);
-
-// This flag enables using colors in terminal output. Available values are
-// "yes" to enable colors, "no" (disable colors), or "auto" (the default)
-// to let Google Test decide.
-GTEST_DECLARE_string_(color);
-
-// This flag sets up the filter to select by name using a glob pattern
-// the tests to run. If the filter is not given all tests are executed.
-GTEST_DECLARE_string_(filter);
-
-// This flag causes the Google Test to list tests. None of the tests listed
-// are actually run if the flag is provided.
-GTEST_DECLARE_bool_(list_tests);
-
-// This flag controls whether Google Test emits a detailed XML report to a file
-// in addition to its normal textual output.
-GTEST_DECLARE_string_(output);
-
-// This flags control whether Google Test prints the elapsed time for each
-// test.
-GTEST_DECLARE_bool_(print_time);
-
-// This flag specifies the random number seed.
-GTEST_DECLARE_int32_(random_seed);
-
-// This flag sets how many times the tests are repeated. The default value
-// is 1. If the value is -1 the tests are repeating forever.
-GTEST_DECLARE_int32_(repeat);
-
-// This flag controls whether Google Test includes Google Test internal
-// stack frames in failure stack traces.
-GTEST_DECLARE_bool_(show_internal_stack_frames);
-
-// When this flag is specified, tests' order is randomized on every iteration.
-GTEST_DECLARE_bool_(shuffle);
-
-// This flag specifies the maximum number of stack frames to be
-// printed in a failure message.
-GTEST_DECLARE_int32_(stack_trace_depth);
-
-// When this flag is specified, a failed assertion will throw an
-// exception if exceptions are enabled, or exit the program with a
-// non-zero code otherwise.
-GTEST_DECLARE_bool_(throw_on_failure);
-
-// When this flag is set with a "host:port" string, on supported
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-GTEST_DECLARE_string_(stream_result_to);
-
-// The upper limit for valid stack trace depths.
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-
-namespace internal {
-
-class AssertHelper;
-class DefaultGlobalTestPartResultReporter;
-class ExecDeathTest;
-class NoExecDeathTest;
-class FinalSuccessChecker;
-class GTestFlagSaver;
-class StreamingListenerTest;
-class TestResultAccessor;
-class TestEventListenersAccessor;
-class TestEventRepeater;
-class UnitTestRecordPropertyTestHelper;
-class WindowsDeathTest;
-class UnitTestImpl* GetUnitTestImpl();
-void ReportFailureInUnknownLocation(TestPartResult::Type result_type,
-                                    const std::string& message);
-
-}  // namespace internal
-
-// The friend relationship of some of these classes is cyclic.
-// If we don't forward declare them the compiler might confuse the classes
-// in friendship clauses with same named classes on the scope.
-class Test;
-class TestCase;
-class TestInfo;
-class UnitTest;
-
-// A class for indicating whether an assertion was successful.  When
-// the assertion wasn't successful, the AssertionResult object
-// remembers a non-empty message that describes how it failed.
-//
-// To create an instance of this class, use one of the factory functions
-// (AssertionSuccess() and AssertionFailure()).
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-// This class is useful for two purposes:
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-//      used with predicate assertions (ASSERT_PRED_FORMAT*, etc).
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-// For example, if you define IsEven predicate:
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-//   testing::AssertionResult IsEven(int n) {
-//     if ((n % 2) == 0)
-//       return testing::AssertionSuccess();
-//     else
-//       return testing::AssertionFailure() << n << " is odd";
-//   }
-//
-// Then the failed expectation EXPECT_TRUE(IsEven(Fib(5)))
-// will print the message
-//
-//   Value of: IsEven(Fib(5))
-//     Actual: false (5 is odd)
-//   Expected: true
-//
-// instead of a more opaque
-//
-//   Value of: IsEven(Fib(5))
-//     Actual: false
-//   Expected: true
-//
-// in case IsEven is a simple Boolean predicate.
-//
-// If you expect your predicate to be reused and want to support informative
-// messages in EXPECT_FALSE and ASSERT_FALSE (negative assertions show up
-// about half as often as positive ones in our tests), supply messages for
-// both success and failure cases:
-//
-//   testing::AssertionResult IsEven(int n) {
-//     if ((n % 2) == 0)
-//       return testing::AssertionSuccess() << n << " is even";
-//     else
-//       return testing::AssertionFailure() << n << " is odd";
-//   }
-//
-// Then a statement EXPECT_FALSE(IsEven(Fib(6))) will print
-//
-//   Value of: IsEven(Fib(6))
-//     Actual: true (8 is even)
-//   Expected: false
-//
-// NB: Predicates that support negative Boolean assertions have reduced
-// performance in positive ones so be careful not to use them in tests
-// that have lots (tens of thousands) of positive Boolean assertions.
-//
-// To use this class with EXPECT_PRED_FORMAT assertions such as:
-//
-//   // Verifies that Foo() returns an even number.
-//   EXPECT_PRED_FORMAT1(IsEven, Foo());
-//
-// you need to define:
-//
-//   testing::AssertionResult IsEven(const char* expr, int n) {
-//     if ((n % 2) == 0)
-//       return testing::AssertionSuccess();
-//     else
-//       return testing::AssertionFailure()
-//         << "Expected: " << expr << " is even\n  Actual: it's " << n;
-//   }
-//
-// If Foo() returns 5, you will see the following message:
-//
-//   Expected: Foo() is even
-//     Actual: it's 5
-//
-class GTEST_API_ AssertionResult {
- public:
-  // Copy constructor.
-  // Used in EXPECT_TRUE/FALSE(assertion_result).
-  AssertionResult(const AssertionResult& other);
-  // Used in the EXPECT_TRUE/FALSE(bool_expression).
-  explicit AssertionResult(bool success) : success_(success) {}
-
-  // Returns true iff the assertion succeeded.
-  operator bool() const { return success_; }  // NOLINT
-
-  // Returns the assertion's negation. Used with EXPECT/ASSERT_FALSE.
-  AssertionResult operator!() const;
-
-  // Returns the text streamed into this AssertionResult. Test assertions
-  // use it when they fail (i.e., the predicate's outcome doesn't match the
-  // assertion's expectation). When nothing has been streamed into the
-  // object, returns an empty string.
-  const char* message() const {
-    return message_.get() != NULL ?  message_->c_str() : "";
-  }
-  // TODO(vladl@google.com): Remove this after making sure no clients use it.
-  // Deprecated; please use message() instead.
-  const char* failure_message() const { return message(); }
-
-  // Streams a custom failure message into this object.
-  template <typename T> AssertionResult& operator<<(const T& value) {
-    AppendMessage(Message() << value);
-    return *this;
-  }
-
-  // Allows streaming basic output manipulators such as endl or flush into
-  // this object.
-  AssertionResult& operator<<(
-      ::std::ostream& (*basic_manipulator)(::std::ostream& stream)) {
-    AppendMessage(Message() << basic_manipulator);
-    return *this;
-  }
-
- private:
-  // Appends the contents of message to message_.
-  void AppendMessage(const Message& a_message) {
-    if (message_.get() == NULL)
-      message_.reset(new ::std::string);
-    message_->append(a_message.GetString().c_str());
-  }
-
-  // Stores result of the assertion predicate.
-  bool success_;
-  // Stores the message describing the condition in case the expectation
-  // construct is not satisfied with the predicate's outcome.
-  // Referenced via a pointer to avoid taking too much stack frame space
-  // with test assertions.
-  internal::scoped_ptr< ::std::string> message_;
-
-  GTEST_DISALLOW_ASSIGN_(AssertionResult);
-};
-
-// Makes a successful assertion result.
-GTEST_API_ AssertionResult AssertionSuccess();
-
-// Makes a failed assertion result.
-GTEST_API_ AssertionResult AssertionFailure();
-
-// Makes a failed assertion result with the given failure message.
-// Deprecated; use AssertionFailure() << msg.
-GTEST_API_ AssertionResult AssertionFailure(const Message& msg);
-
-// The abstract class that all tests inherit from.
-//
-// In Google Test, a unit test program contains one or many TestCases, and
-// each TestCase contains one or many Tests.
-//
-// When you define a test using the TEST macro, you don't need to
-// explicitly derive from Test - the TEST macro automatically does
-// this for you.
-//
-// The only time you derive from Test is when defining a test fixture
-// to be used a TEST_F.  For example:
-//
-//   class FooTest : public testing::Test {
-//    protected:
-//     virtual void SetUp() { ... }
-//     virtual void TearDown() { ... }
-//     ...
-//   };
-//
-//   TEST_F(FooTest, Bar) { ... }
-//   TEST_F(FooTest, Baz) { ... }
-//
-// Test is not copyable.
-class GTEST_API_ Test {
- public:
-  friend class TestInfo;
-
-  // Defines types for pointers to functions that set up and tear down
-  // a test case.
-  typedef internal::SetUpTestCaseFunc SetUpTestCaseFunc;
-  typedef internal::TearDownTestCaseFunc TearDownTestCaseFunc;
-
-  // The d'tor is virtual as we intend to inherit from Test.
-  virtual ~Test();
-
-  // Sets up the stuff shared by all tests in this test case.
-  //
-  // Google Test will call Foo::SetUpTestCase() before running the first
-  // test in test case Foo.  Hence a sub-class can define its own
-  // SetUpTestCase() method to shadow the one defined in the super
-  // class.
-  static void SetUpTestCase() {}
-
-  // Tears down the stuff shared by all tests in this test case.
-  //
-  // Google Test will call Foo::TearDownTestCase() after running the last
-  // test in test case Foo.  Hence a sub-class can define its own
-  // TearDownTestCase() method to shadow the one defined in the super
-  // class.
-  static void TearDownTestCase() {}
-
-  // Returns true iff the current test has a fatal failure.
-  static bool HasFatalFailure();
-
-  // Returns true iff the current test has a non-fatal failure.
-  static bool HasNonfatalFailure();
-
-  // Returns true iff the current test has a (either fatal or
-  // non-fatal) failure.
-  static bool HasFailure() { return HasFatalFailure() || HasNonfatalFailure(); }
-
-  // Logs a property for the current test, test case, or for the entire
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-  // test case.  Only the last value for a given key is remembered.  These
-  // are public static so they can be called from utility functions that are
-  // not members of the test fixture.  Calls to RecordProperty made during
-  // lifespan of the test (from the moment its constructor starts to the
-  // moment its destructor finishes) will be output in XML as attributes of
-  // the <testcase> element.  Properties recorded from fixture's
-  // SetUpTestCase or TearDownTestCase are logged as attributes of the
-  // corresponding <testsuite> element.  Calls to RecordProperty made in the
-  // global context (before or after invocation of RUN_ALL_TESTS and from
-  // SetUp/TearDown method of Environment objects registered with Google
-  // Test) will be output as attributes of the <testsuites> element.
-  static void RecordProperty(const std::string& key, const std::string& value);
-  static void RecordProperty(const std::string& key, int value);
-
- protected:
-  // Creates a Test object.
-  Test();
-
-  // Sets up the test fixture.
-  virtual void SetUp();
-
-  // Tears down the test fixture.
-  virtual void TearDown();
-
- private:
-  // Returns true iff the current test has the same fixture class as
-  // the first test in the current test case.
-  static bool HasSameFixtureClass();
-
-  // Runs the test after the test fixture has been set up.
-  //
-  // A sub-class must implement this to define the test logic.
-  //
-  // DO NOT OVERRIDE THIS FUNCTION DIRECTLY IN A USER PROGRAM.
-  // Instead, use the TEST or TEST_F macro.
-  virtual void TestBody() = 0;
-
-  // Sets up, executes, and tears down the test.
-  void Run();
-
-  // Deletes self.  We deliberately pick an unusual name for this
-  // internal method to avoid clashing with names used in user TESTs.
-  void DeleteSelf_() { delete this; }
-
-  // Uses a GTestFlagSaver to save and restore all Google Test flags.
-  const internal::GTestFlagSaver* const gtest_flag_saver_;
-
-  // Often a user mis-spells SetUp() as Setup() and spends a long time
-  // wondering why it is never called by Google Test.  The declaration of
-  // the following method is solely for catching such an error at
-  // compile time:
-  //
-  //   - The return type is deliberately chosen to be not void, so it
-  //   will be a conflict if a user declares void Setup() in his test
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-  //
-  //   - This method is private, so it will be another compiler error
-  //   if a user calls it from his test fixture.
-  //
-  // DO NOT OVERRIDE THIS FUNCTION.
-  //
-  // If you see an error about overriding the following function or
-  // about it being private, you have mis-spelled SetUp() as Setup().
-  struct Setup_should_be_spelled_SetUp {};
-  virtual Setup_should_be_spelled_SetUp* Setup() { return NULL; }
-
-  // We disallow copying Tests.
-  GTEST_DISALLOW_COPY_AND_ASSIGN_(Test);
-};
-
-typedef internal::TimeInMillis TimeInMillis;
-
-// A copyable object representing a user specified test property which can be
-// output as a key/value string pair.
-//
-// Don't inherit from TestProperty as its destructor is not virtual.
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- public:
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-  // Always use this constructor (with parameters) to create a
-  // TestProperty object.
-  TestProperty(const std::string& a_key, const std::string& a_value) :
-    key_(a_key), value_(a_value) {
-  }
-
-  // Gets the user supplied key.
-  const char* key() const {
-    return key_.c_str();
-  }
-
-  // Gets the user supplied value.
-  const char* value() const {
-    return value_.c_str();
-  }
-
-  // Sets a new value, overriding the one supplied in the constructor.
-  void SetValue(const std::string& new_value) {
-    value_ = new_value;
-  }
-
- private:
-  // The key supplied by the user.
-  std::string key_;
-  // The value supplied by the user.
-  std::string value_;
-};
-
-// The result of a single Test.  This includes a list of
-// TestPartResults, a list of TestProperties, a count of how many
-// death tests there are in the Test, and how much time it took to run
-// the Test.
-//
-// TestResult is not copyable.
-class GTEST_API_ TestResult {
- public:
-  // Creates an empty TestResult.
-  TestResult();
-
-  // D'tor.  Do not inherit from TestResult.
-  ~TestResult();
-
-  // Gets the number of all test parts.  This is the sum of the number
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-  int total_part_count() const;
-
-  // Returns the number of the test properties.
-  int test_property_count() const;
-
-  // Returns true iff the test passed (i.e. no test part failed).
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-
-  // Returns true iff the test failed.
-  bool Failed() const;
-
-  // Returns true iff the test fatally failed.
-  bool HasFatalFailure() const;
-
-  // Returns true iff the test has a non-fatal failure.
-  bool HasNonfatalFailure() const;
-
-  // Returns the elapsed time, in milliseconds.
-  TimeInMillis elapsed_time() const { return elapsed_time_; }
-
-  // Returns the i-th test part result among all the results. i can range
-  // from 0 to test_property_count() - 1. If i is not in that range, aborts
-  // the program.
-  const TestPartResult& GetTestPartResult(int i) const;
-
-  // Returns the i-th test property. i can range from 0 to
-  // test_property_count() - 1. If i is not in that range, aborts the
-  // program.
-  const TestProperty& GetTestProperty(int i) const;
-
- private:
-  friend class TestInfo;
-  friend class TestCase;
-  friend class UnitTest;
-  friend class internal::DefaultGlobalTestPartResultReporter;
-  friend class internal::ExecDeathTest;
-  friend class internal::TestResultAccessor;
-  friend class internal::UnitTestImpl;
-  friend class internal::WindowsDeathTest;
-
-  // Gets the vector of TestPartResults.
-  const std::vector<TestPartResult>& test_part_results() const {
-    return test_part_results_;
-  }
-
-  // Gets the vector of TestProperties.
-  const std::vector<TestProperty>& test_properties() const {
-    return test_properties_;
-  }
-
-  // Sets the elapsed time.
-  void set_elapsed_time(TimeInMillis elapsed) { elapsed_time_ = elapsed; }
-
-  // Adds a test property to the list. The property is validated and may add
-  // a non-fatal failure if invalid (e.g., if it conflicts with reserved
-  // key names). If a property is already recorded for the same key, the
-  // value will be updated, rather than storing multiple values for the same
-  // key.  xml_element specifies the element for which the property is being
-  // recorded and is used for validation.
-  void RecordProperty(const std::string& xml_element,
-                      const TestProperty& test_property);
-
-  // Adds a failure if the key is a reserved attribute of Google Test
-  // testcase tags.  Returns true if the property is valid.
-  // TODO(russr): Validate attribute names are legal and human readable.
-  static bool ValidateTestProperty(const std::string& xml_element,
-                                   const TestProperty& test_property);
-
-  // Adds a test part result to the list.
-  void AddTestPartResult(const TestPartResult& test_part_result);
-
-  // Returns the death test count.
-  int death_test_count() const { return death_test_count_; }
-
-  // Increments the death test count, returning the new count.
-  int increment_death_test_count() { return ++death_test_count_; }
-
-  // Clears the test part results.
-  void ClearTestPartResults();
-
-  // Clears the object.
-  void Clear();
-
-  // Protects mutable state of the property vector and of owned
-  // properties, whose values may be updated.
-  internal::Mutex test_properites_mutex_;
-
-  // The vector of TestPartResults
-  std::vector<TestPartResult> test_part_results_;
-  // The vector of TestProperties
-  std::vector<TestProperty> test_properties_;
-  // Running count of death tests.
-  int death_test_count_;
-  // The elapsed time, in milliseconds.
-  TimeInMillis elapsed_time_;
-
-  // We disallow copying TestResult.
-  GTEST_DISALLOW_COPY_AND_ASSIGN_(TestResult);
-};  // class TestResult
-
-// A TestInfo object stores the following information about a test:
-//
-//   Test case name
-//   Test name
-//   Whether the test should be run
-//   A function pointer that creates the test object when invoked
-//   Test result
-//
-// The constructor of TestInfo registers itself with the UnitTest
-// singleton such that the RUN_ALL_TESTS() macro knows which tests to
-// run.
-class GTEST_API_ TestInfo {
- public:
-  // Destructs a TestInfo object.  This function is not virtual, so
-  // don't inherit from TestInfo.
-  ~TestInfo();
-
-  // Returns the test case name.
-  const char* test_case_name() const { return test_case_name_.c_str(); }
-
-  // Returns the test name.
-  const char* name() const { return name_.c_str(); }
-
-  // Returns the name of the parameter type, or NULL if this is not a typed
-  // or a type-parameterized test.
-  const char* type_param() const {
-    if (type_param_.get() != NULL)
-      return type_param_->c_str();
-    return NULL;
-  }
-
-  // Returns the text representation of the value parameter, or NULL if this
-  // is not a value-parameterized test.
-  const char* value_param() const {
-    if (value_param_.get() != NULL)
-      return value_param_->c_str();
-    return NULL;
-  }
-
-  // Returns true if this test should run, that is if the test is not
-  // disabled (or it is disabled but the also_run_disabled_tests flag has
-  // been specified) and its full name matches the user-specified filter.
-  //
-  // Google Test allows the user to filter the tests by their full names.
-  // The full name of a test Bar in test case Foo is defined as
-  // "Foo.Bar".  Only the tests that match the filter will run.
-  //
-  // A filter is a colon-separated list of glob (not regex) patterns,
-  // optionally followed by a '-' and a colon-separated list of
-  // negative patterns (tests to exclude).  A test is run if it
-  // matches one of the positive patterns and does not match any of
-  // the negative patterns.
-  //
-  // For example, *A*:Foo.* is a filter that matches any string that
-  // contains the character 'A' or starts with "Foo.".
-  bool should_run() const { return should_run_; }
-
-  // Returns true iff this test will appear in the XML report.
-  bool is_reportable() const {
-    // For now, the XML report includes all tests matching the filter.
-    // In the future, we may trim tests that are excluded because of
-    // sharding.
-    return matches_filter_;
-  }
-
-  // Returns the result of the test.
-  const TestResult* result() const { return &result_; }
-
- private:
-#if GTEST_HAS_DEATH_TEST
-  friend class internal::DefaultDeathTestFactory;
-#endif  // GTEST_HAS_DEATH_TEST
-  friend class Test;
-  friend class TestCase;
-  friend class internal::UnitTestImpl;
-  friend class internal::StreamingListenerTest;
-  friend TestInfo* internal::MakeAndRegisterTestInfo(
-      const char* test_case_name,
-      const char* name,
-      const char* type_param,
-      const char* value_param,
-      internal::TypeId fixture_class_id,
-      Test::SetUpTestCaseFunc set_up_tc,
-      Test::TearDownTestCaseFunc tear_down_tc,
-      internal::TestFactoryBase* factory);
-
-  // Constructs a TestInfo object. The newly constructed instance assumes
-  // ownership of the factory object.
-  TestInfo(const std::string& test_case_name,
-           const std::string& name,
-           const char* a_type_param,   // NULL if not a type-parameterized test
-           const char* a_value_param,  // NULL if not a value-parameterized test
-           internal::TypeId fixture_class_id,
-           internal::TestFactoryBase* factory);
-
-  // Increments the number of death tests encountered in this test so
-  // far.
-  int increment_death_test_count() {
-    return result_.increment_death_test_count();
-  }
-
-  // Creates the test object, runs it, records its result, and then
-  // deletes it.
-  void Run();
-
-  static void ClearTestResult(TestInfo* test_info) {
-    test_info->result_.Clear();
-  }
-
-  // These fields are immutable properties of the test.
-  const std::string test_case_name_;     // Test case name
-  const std::string name_;               // Test name
-  // Name of the parameter type, or NULL if this is not a typed or a
-  // type-parameterized test.
-  const internal::scoped_ptr<const ::std::string> type_param_;
-  // Text representation of the value parameter, or NULL if this is not a
-  // value-parameterized test.
-  const internal::scoped_ptr<const ::std::string> value_param_;
-  const internal::TypeId fixture_class_id_;   // ID of the test fixture class
-  bool should_run_;                 // True iff this test should run
-  bool is_disabled_;                // True iff this test is disabled
-  bool matches_filter_;             // True if this test matches the
-                                    // user-specified filter.
-  internal::TestFactoryBase* const factory_;  // The factory that creates
-                                              // the test object
-
-  // This field is mutable and needs to be reset before running the
-  // test for the second time.
-  TestResult result_;
-
-  GTEST_DISALLOW_COPY_AND_ASSIGN_(TestInfo);
-};
-
-// A test case, which consists of a vector of TestInfos.
-//
-// TestCase is not copyable.
-class GTEST_API_ TestCase {
- public:
-  // Creates a TestCase with the given name.
-  //
-  // TestCase does NOT have a default constructor.  Always use this
-  // constructor to create a TestCase object.
-  //
-  // Arguments:
-  //
-  //   name:         name of the test case
-  //   a_type_param: the name of the test's type parameter, or NULL if
-  //                 this is not a type-parameterized test.
-  //   set_up_tc:    pointer to the function that sets up the test case
-  //   tear_down_tc: pointer to the function that tears down the test case
-  TestCase(const char* name, const char* a_type_param,
-           Test::SetUpTestCaseFunc set_up_tc,
-           Test::TearDownTestCaseFunc tear_down_tc);
-
-  // Destructor of TestCase.
-  virtual ~TestCase();
-
-  // Gets the name of the TestCase.
-  const char* name() const { return name_.c_str(); }
-
-  // Returns the name of the parameter type, or NULL if this is not a
-  // type-parameterized test case.
-  const char* type_param() const {
-    if (type_param_.get() != NULL)
-      return type_param_->c_str();
-    return NULL;
-  }
-
-  // Returns true if any test in this test case should run.
-  bool should_run() const { return should_run_; }
-
-  // Gets the number of successful tests in this test case.
-  int successful_test_count() const;
-
-  // Gets the number of failed tests in this test case.
-  int failed_test_count() const;
-
-  // Gets the number of disabled tests that will be reported in the XML report.
-  int reportable_disabled_test_count() const;
-
-  // Gets the number of disabled tests in this test case.
-  int disabled_test_count() const;
-
-  // Gets the number of tests to be printed in the XML report.
-  int reportable_test_count() const;
-
-  // Get the number of tests in this test case that should run.
-  int test_to_run_count() const;
-
-  // Gets the number of all tests in this test case.
-  int total_test_count() const;
-
-  // Returns true iff the test case passed.
-  bool Passed() const { return !Failed(); }
-
-  // Returns true iff the test case failed.
-  bool Failed() const { return failed_test_count() > 0; }
-
-  // Returns the elapsed time, in milliseconds.
-  TimeInMillis elapsed_time() const { return elapsed_time_; }
-
-  // Returns the i-th test among all the tests. i can range from 0 to
-  // total_test_count() - 1. If i is not in that range, returns NULL.
-  const TestInfo* GetTestInfo(int i) const;
-
-  // Returns the TestResult that holds test properties recorded during
-  // execution of SetUpTestCase and TearDownTestCase.
-  const TestResult& ad_hoc_test_result() const { return ad_hoc_test_result_; }
-
- private:
-  friend class Test;
-  friend class internal::UnitTestImpl;
-
-  // Gets the (mutable) vector of TestInfos in this TestCase.
-  std::vector<TestInfo*>& test_info_list() { return test_info_list_; }
-
-  // Gets the (immutable) vector of TestInfos in this TestCase.
-  const std::vector<TestInfo*>& test_info_list() const {
-    return test_info_list_;
-  }
-
-  // Returns the i-th test among all the tests. i can range from 0 to
-  // total_test_count() - 1. If i is not in that range, returns NULL.
-  TestInfo* GetMutableTestInfo(int i);
-
-  // Sets the should_run member.
-  void set_should_run(bool should) { should_run_ = should; }
-
-  // Adds a TestInfo to this test case.  Will delete the TestInfo upon
-  // destruction of the TestCase object.
-  void AddTestInfo(TestInfo * test_info);
-
-  // Clears the results of all tests in this test case.
-  void ClearResult();
-
-  // Clears the results of all tests in the given test case.
-  static void ClearTestCaseResult(TestCase* test_case) {
-    test_case->ClearResult();
-  }
-
-  // Runs every test in this TestCase.
-  void Run();
-
-  // Runs SetUpTestCase() for this TestCase.  This wrapper is needed
-  // for catching exceptions thrown from SetUpTestCase().
-  void RunSetUpTestCase() { (*set_up_tc_)(); }
-
-  // Runs TearDownTestCase() for this TestCase.  This wrapper is
-  // needed for catching exceptions thrown from TearDownTestCase().
-  void RunTearDownTestCase() { (*tear_down_tc_)(); }
-
-  // Returns true iff test passed.
-  static bool TestPassed(const TestInfo* test_info) {
-    return test_info->should_run() && test_info->result()->Passed();
-  }
-
-  // Returns true iff test failed.
-  static bool TestFailed(const TestInfo* test_info) {
-    return test_info->should_run() && test_info->result()->Failed();
-  }
-
-  // Returns true iff the test is disabled and will be reported in the XML
-  // report.
-  static bool TestReportableDisabled(const TestInfo* test_info) {
-    return test_info->is_reportable() && test_info->is_disabled_;
-  }
-
-  // Returns true iff test is disabled.
-  static bool TestDisabled(const TestInfo* test_info) {
-    return test_info->is_disabled_;
-  }
-
-  // Returns true iff this test will appear in the XML report.
-  static bool TestReportable(const TestInfo* test_info) {
-    return test_info->is_reportable();
-  }
-
-  // Returns true if the given test should run.
-  static bool ShouldRunTest(const TestInfo* test_info) {
-    return test_info->should_run();
-  }
-
-  // Shuffles the tests in this test case.
-  void ShuffleTests(internal::Random* random);
-
-  // Restores the test order to before the first shuffle.
-  void UnshuffleTests();
-
-  // Name of the test case.
-  std::string name_;
-  // Name of the parameter type, or NULL if this is not a typed or a
-  // type-parameterized test.
-  const internal::scoped_ptr<const ::std::string> type_param_;
-  // The vector of TestInfos in their original order.  It owns the
-  // elements in the vector.
-  std::vector<TestInfo*> test_info_list_;
-  // Provides a level of indirection for the test list to allow easy
-  // shuffling and restoring the test order.  The i-th element in this
-  // vector is the index of the i-th test in the shuffled test list.
-  std::vector<int> test_indices_;
-  // Pointer to the function that sets up the test case.
-  Test::SetUpTestCaseFunc set_up_tc_;
-  // Pointer to the function that tears down the test case.
-  Test::TearDownTestCaseFunc tear_down_tc_;
-  // True iff any test in this test case should run.
-  bool should_run_;
-  // Elapsed time, in milliseconds.
-  TimeInMillis elapsed_time_;
-  // Holds test properties recorded during execution of SetUpTestCase and
-  // TearDownTestCase.
-  TestResult ad_hoc_test_result_;
-
-  // We disallow copying TestCases.
-  GTEST_DISALLOW_COPY_AND_ASSIGN_(TestCase);
-};
-
-// An Environment object is capable of setting up and tearing down an
-// environment.  The user should subclass this to define his own
-// environment(s).
-//
-// An Environment object does the set-up and tear-down in virtual
-// methods SetUp() and TearDown() instead of the constructor and the
-// destructor, as:
-//
-//   1. You cannot safely throw from a destructor.  This is a problem
-//      as in some cases Google Test is used where exceptions are enabled, and
-//      we may want to implement ASSERT_* using exceptions where they are
-//      available.
-//   2. You cannot use ASSERT_* directly in a constructor or
-//      destructor.
-class Environment {
- public:
-  // The d'tor is virtual as we need to subclass Environment.
-  virtual ~Environment() {}
-
-  // Override this to define how to set up the environment.
-  virtual void SetUp() {}
-
-  // Override this to define how to tear down the environment.
-  virtual void TearDown() {}
- private:
-  // If you see an error about overriding the following function or
-  // about it being private, you have mis-spelled SetUp() as Setup().
-  struct Setup_should_be_spelled_SetUp {};
-  virtual Setup_should_be_spelled_SetUp* Setup() { return NULL; }
-};
-
-// The interface for tracing execution of tests. The methods are organized in
-// the order the corresponding events are fired.
-class TestEventListener {
- public:
-  virtual ~TestEventListener() {}
-
-  // Fired before any test activity starts.
-  virtual void OnTestProgramStart(const UnitTest& unit_test) = 0;
-
-  // Fired before each iteration of tests starts.  There may be more than
-  // one iteration if GTEST_FLAG(repeat) is set. iteration is the iteration
-  // index, starting from 0.
-  virtual void OnTestIterationStart(const UnitTest& unit_test,
-                                    int iteration) = 0;
-
-  // Fired before environment set-up for each iteration of tests starts.
-  virtual void OnEnvironmentsSetUpStart(const UnitTest& unit_test) = 0;
-
-  // Fired after environment set-up for each iteration of tests ends.
-  virtual void OnEnvironmentsSetUpEnd(const UnitTest& unit_test) = 0;
-
-  // Fired before the test case starts.
-  virtual void OnTestCaseStart(const TestCase& test_case) = 0;
-
-  // Fired before the test starts.
-  virtual void OnTestStart(const TestInfo& test_info) = 0;
-
-  // Fired after a failed assertion or a SUCCEED() invocation.
-  virtual void OnTestPartResult(const TestPartResult& test_part_result) = 0;
-
-  // Fired after the test ends.
-  virtual void OnTestEnd(const TestInfo& test_info) = 0;
-
-  // Fired after the test case ends.
-  virtual void OnTestCaseEnd(const TestCase& test_case) = 0;
-
-  // Fired before environment tear-down for each iteration of tests starts.
-  virtual void OnEnvironmentsTearDownStart(const UnitTest& unit_test) = 0;
-
-  // Fired after environment tear-down for each iteration of tests ends.
-  virtual void OnEnvironmentsTearDownEnd(const UnitTest& unit_test) = 0;
-
-  // Fired after each iteration of tests finishes.
-  virtual void OnTestIterationEnd(const UnitTest& unit_test,
-                                  int iteration) = 0;
-
-  // Fired after all test activities have ended.
-  virtual void OnTestProgramEnd(const UnitTest& unit_test) = 0;
-};
-
-// The convenience class for users who need to override just one or two
-// methods and are not concerned that a possible change to a signature of
-// the methods they override will not be caught during the build.  For
-// comments about each method please see the definition of TestEventListener
-// above.
-class EmptyTestEventListener : public TestEventListener {
- public:
-  virtual void OnTestProgramStart(const UnitTest& /*unit_test*/) {}
-  virtual void OnTestIterationStart(const UnitTest& /*unit_test*/,
-                                    int /*iteration*/) {}
-  virtual void OnEnvironmentsSetUpStart(const UnitTest& /*unit_test*/) {}
-  virtual void OnEnvironmentsSetUpEnd(const UnitTest& /*unit_test*/) {}
-  virtual void OnTestCaseStart(const TestCase& /*test_case*/) {}
-  virtual void OnTestStart(const TestInfo& /*test_info*/) {}
-  virtual void OnTestPartResult(const TestPartResult& /*test_part_result*/) {}
-  virtual void OnTestEnd(const TestInfo& /*test_info*/) {}
-  virtual void OnTestCaseEnd(const TestCase& /*test_case*/) {}
-  virtual void OnEnvironmentsTearDownStart(const UnitTest& /*unit_test*/) {}
-  virtual void OnEnvironmentsTearDownEnd(const UnitTest& /*unit_test*/) {}
-  virtual void OnTestIterationEnd(const UnitTest& /*unit_test*/,
-                                  int /*iteration*/) {}
-  virtual void OnTestProgramEnd(const UnitTest& /*unit_test*/) {}
-};
-
-// TestEventListeners lets users add listeners to track events in Google Test.
-class GTEST_API_ TestEventListeners {
- public:
-  TestEventListeners();
-  ~TestEventListeners();
-
-  // Appends an event listener to the end of the list. Google Test assumes
-  // the ownership of the listener (i.e. it will delete the listener when
-  // the test program finishes).
-  void Append(TestEventListener* listener);
-
-  // Removes the given event listener from the list and returns it.  It then
-  // becomes the caller's responsibility to delete the listener. Returns
-  // NULL if the listener is not found in the list.
-  TestEventListener* Release(TestEventListener* listener);
-
-  // Returns the standard listener responsible for the default console
-  // output.  Can be removed from the listeners list to shut down default
-  // console output.  Note that removing this object from the listener list
-  // with Release transfers its ownership to the caller and makes this
-  // function return NULL the next time.
-  TestEventListener* default_result_printer() const {
-    return default_result_printer_;
-  }
-
-  // Returns the standard listener responsible for the default XML output
-  // controlled by the --gtest_output=xml flag.  Can be removed from the
-  // listeners list by users who want to shut down the default XML output
-  // controlled by this flag and substitute it with custom one.  Note that
-  // removing this object from the listener list with Release transfers its
-  // ownership to the caller and makes this function return NULL the next
-  // time.
-  TestEventListener* default_xml_generator() const {
-    return default_xml_generator_;
-  }
-
- private:
-  friend class TestCase;
-  friend class TestInfo;
-  friend class internal::DefaultGlobalTestPartResultReporter;
-  friend class internal::NoExecDeathTest;
-  friend class internal::TestEventListenersAccessor;
-  friend class internal::UnitTestImpl;
-
-  // Returns repeater that broadcasts the TestEventListener events to all
-  // subscribers.
-  TestEventListener* repeater();
-
-  // Sets the default_result_printer attribute to the provided listener.
-  // The listener is also added to the listener list and previous
-  // default_result_printer is removed from it and deleted. The listener can
-  // also be NULL in which case it will not be added to the list. Does
-  // nothing if the previous and the current listener objects are the same.
-  void SetDefaultResultPrinter(TestEventListener* listener);
-
-  // Sets the default_xml_generator attribute to the provided listener.  The
-  // listener is also added to the listener list and previous
-  // default_xml_generator is removed from it and deleted. The listener can
-  // also be NULL in which case it will not be added to the list. Does
-  // nothing if the previous and the current listener objects are the same.
-  void SetDefaultXmlGenerator(TestEventListener* listener);
-
-  // Controls whether events will be forwarded by the repeater to the
-  // listeners in the list.
-  bool EventForwardingEnabled() const;
-  void SuppressEventForwarding();
-
-  // The actual list of listeners.
-  internal::TestEventRepeater* repeater_;
-  // Listener responsible for the standard result output.
-  TestEventListener* default_result_printer_;
-  // Listener responsible for the creation of the XML output file.
-  TestEventListener* default_xml_generator_;
-
-  // We disallow copying TestEventListeners.
-  GTEST_DISALLOW_COPY_AND_ASSIGN_(TestEventListeners);
-};
-
-// A UnitTest consists of a vector of TestCases.
-//
-// This is a singleton class.  The only instance of UnitTest is
-// created when UnitTest::GetInstance() is first called.  This
-// instance is never deleted.
-//
-// UnitTest is not copyable.
-//
-// This class is thread-safe as long as the methods are called
-// according to their specification.
-class GTEST_API_ UnitTest {
- public:
-  // Gets the singleton UnitTest object.  The first time this method
-  // is called, a UnitTest object is constructed and returned.
-  // Consecutive calls will return the same object.
-  static UnitTest* GetInstance();
-
-  // Runs all tests in this UnitTest object and prints the result.
-  // Returns 0 if successful, or 1 otherwise.
-  //
-  // This method can only be called from the main thread.
-  //
-  // INTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION - DO NOT USE IN A USER PROGRAM.
-  int Run() GTEST_MUST_USE_RESULT_;
-
-  // Returns the working directory when the first TEST() or TEST_F()
-  // was executed.  The UnitTest object owns the string.
-  const char* original_working_dir() const;
-
-  // Returns the TestCase object for the test that's currently running,
-  // or NULL if no test is running.
-  const TestCase* current_test_case() const
-      GTEST_LOCK_EXCLUDED_(mutex_);
-
-  // Returns the TestInfo object for the test that's currently running,
-  // or NULL if no test is running.
-  const TestInfo* current_test_info() const
-      GTEST_LOCK_EXCLUDED_(mutex_);
-
-  // Returns the random seed used at the start of the current test run.
-  int random_seed() const;
-
-#if GTEST_HAS_PARAM_TEST
-  // Returns the ParameterizedTestCaseRegistry object used to keep track of
-  // value-parameterized tests and instantiate and register them.
-  //
-  // INTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION - DO NOT USE IN A USER PROGRAM.
-  internal::ParameterizedTestCaseRegistry& parameterized_test_registry()
-      GTEST_LOCK_EXCLUDED_(mutex_);
-#endif  // GTEST_HAS_PARAM_TEST
-
-  // Gets the number of successful test cases.
-  int successful_test_case_count() const;
-
-  // Gets the number of failed test cases.
-  int failed_test_case_count() const;
-
-  // Gets the number of all test cases.
-  int total_test_case_count() const;
-
-  // Gets the number of all test cases that contain at least one test
-  // that should run.
-  int test_case_to_run_count() const;
-
-  // Gets the number of successful tests.
-  int successful_test_count() const;
-
-  // Gets the number of failed tests.
-  int failed_test_count() const;
-
-  // Gets the number of disabled tests that will be reported in the XML report.
-  int reportable_disabled_test_count() const;
-
-  // Gets the number of disabled tests.
-  int disabled_test_count() const;
-
-  // Gets the number of tests to be printed in the XML report.
-  int reportable_test_count() const;
-
-  // Gets the number of all tests.
-  int total_test_count() const;
-
-  // Gets the number of tests that should run.
-  int test_to_run_count() const;
-
-  // Gets the time of the test program start, in ms from the start of the
-  // UNIX epoch.
-  TimeInMillis start_timestamp() const;
-
-  // Gets the elapsed time, in milliseconds.
-  TimeInMillis elapsed_time() const;
-
-  // Returns true iff the unit test passed (i.e. all test cases passed).
-  bool Passed() const;
-
-  // Returns true iff the unit test failed (i.e. some test case failed
-  // or something outside of all tests failed).
-  bool Failed() const;
-
-  // Gets the i-th test case among all the test cases. i can range from 0 to
-  // total_test_case_count() - 1. If i is not in that range, returns NULL.
-  const TestCase* GetTestCase(int i) const;
-
-  // Returns the TestResult containing information on test failures and
-  // properties logged outside of individual test cases.
-  const TestResult& ad_hoc_test_result() const;
-
-  // Returns the list of event listeners that can be used to track events
-  // inside Google Test.
-  TestEventListeners& listeners();
-
- private:
-  // Registers and returns a global test environment.  When a test
-  // program is run, all global test environments will be set-up in
-  // the order they were registered.  After all tests in the program
-  // have finished, all global test environments will be torn-down in
-  // the *reverse* order they were registered.
-  //
-  // The UnitTest object takes ownership of the given environment.
-  //
-  // This method can only be called from the main thread.
-  Environment* AddEnvironment(Environment* env);
-
-  // Adds a TestPartResult to the current TestResult object.  All
-  // Google Test assertion macros (e.g. ASSERT_TRUE, EXPECT_EQ, etc)
-  // eventually call this to report their results.  The user code
-  // should use the assertion macros instead of calling this directly.
-  void AddTestPartResult(TestPartResult::Type result_type,
-                         const char* file_name,
-                         int line_number,
-                         const std::string& message,
-                         const std::string& os_stack_trace)
-      GTEST_LOCK_EXCLUDED_(mutex_);
-
-  // Adds a TestProperty to the current TestResult object when invoked from
-  // inside a test, to current TestCase's ad_hoc_test_result_ when invoked
-  // from SetUpTestCase or TearDownTestCase, or to the global property set
-  // when invoked elsewhere.  If the result already contains a property with
-  // the same key, the value will be updated.
-  void RecordProperty(const std::string& key, const std::string& value);
-
-  // Gets the i-th test case among all the test cases. i can range from 0 to
-  // total_test_case_count() - 1. If i is not in that range, returns NULL.
-  TestCase* GetMutableTestCase(int i);
-
-  // Accessors for the implementation object.
-  internal::UnitTestImpl* impl() { return impl_; }
-  const internal::UnitTestImpl* impl() const { return impl_; }
-
-  // These classes and funcions are friends as they need to access private
-  // members of UnitTest.
-  friend class Test;
-  friend class internal::AssertHelper;
-  friend class internal::ScopedTrace;
-  friend class internal::StreamingListenerTest;
-  friend class internal::UnitTestRecordPropertyTestHelper;
-  friend Environment* AddGlobalTestEnvironment(Environment* env);
-  friend internal::UnitTestImpl* internal::GetUnitTestImpl();
-  friend void internal::ReportFailureInUnknownLocation(
-      TestPartResult::Type result_type,
-      const std::string& message);
-
-  // Creates an empty UnitTest.
-  UnitTest();
-
-  // D'tor
-  virtual ~UnitTest();
-
-  // Pushes a trace defined by SCOPED_TRACE() on to the per-thread
-  // Google Test trace stack.
-  void PushGTestTrace(const internal::TraceInfo& trace)
-      GTEST_LOCK_EXCLUDED_(mutex_);
-
-  // Pops a trace from the per-thread Google Test trace stack.
-  void PopGTestTrace()
-      GTEST_LOCK_EXCLUDED_(mutex_);
-
-  // Protects mutable state in *impl_.  This is mutable as some const
-  // methods need to lock it too.
-  mutable internal::Mutex mutex_;
-
-  // Opaque implementation object.  This field is never changed once
-  // the object is constructed.  We don't mark it as const here, as
-  // doing so will cause a warning in the constructor of UnitTest.
-  // Mutable state in *impl_ is protected by mutex_.
-  internal::UnitTestImpl* impl_;
-
-  // We disallow copying UnitTest.
-  GTEST_DISALLOW_COPY_AND_ASSIGN_(UnitTest);
-};
-
-// A convenient wrapper for adding an environment for the test
-// program.
-//
-// You should call this before RUN_ALL_TESTS() is called, probably in
-// main().  If you use gtest_main, you need to call this before main()
-// starts for it to take effect.  For example, you can define a global
-// variable like this:
-//
-//   testing::Environment* const foo_env =
-//       testing::AddGlobalTestEnvironment(new FooEnvironment);
-//
-// However, we strongly recommend you to write your own main() and
-// call AddGlobalTestEnvironment() there, as relying on initialization
-// of global variables makes the code harder to read and may cause
-// problems when you register multiple environments from different
-// translation units and the environments have dependencies among them
-// (remember that the compiler doesn't guarantee the order in which
-// global variables from different translation units are initialized).
-inline Environment* AddGlobalTestEnvironment(Environment* env) {
-  return UnitTest::GetInstance()->AddEnvironment(env);
-}
-
-// Initializes Google Test.  This must be called before calling
-// RUN_ALL_TESTS().  In particular, it parses a command line for the
-// flags that Google Test recognizes.  Whenever a Google Test flag is
-// seen, it is removed from argv, and *argc is decremented.
-//
-// No value is returned.  Instead, the Google Test flag variables are
-// updated.
-//
-// Calling the function for the second time has no user-visible effect.
-GTEST_API_ void InitGoogleTest(int* argc, char** argv);
-
-// This overloaded version can be used in Windows programs compiled in
-// UNICODE mode.
-GTEST_API_ void InitGoogleTest(int* argc, wchar_t** argv);
-
-namespace internal {
-
-// FormatForComparison<ToPrint, OtherOperand>::Format(value) formats a
-// value of type ToPrint that is an operand of a comparison assertion
-// (e.g. ASSERT_EQ).  OtherOperand is the type of the other operand in
-// the comparison, and is used to help determine the best way to
-// format the value.  In particular, when the value is a C string
-// (char pointer) and the other operand is an STL string object, we
-// want to format the C string as a string, since we know it is
-// compared by value with the string object.  If the value is a char
-// pointer but the other operand is not an STL string object, we don't
-// know whether the pointer is supposed to point to a NUL-terminated
-// string, and thus want to print it as a pointer to be safe.
-//
-// INTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION - DO NOT USE IN A USER PROGRAM.
-
-// The default case.
-template <typename ToPrint, typename OtherOperand>
-class FormatForComparison {
- public:
-  static ::std::string Format(const ToPrint& value) {
-    return ::testing::PrintToString(value);
-  }
-};
-
-// Array.
-template <typename ToPrint, size_t N, typename OtherOperand>
-class FormatForComparison<ToPrint[N], OtherOperand> {
- public:
-  static ::std::string Format(const ToPrint* value) {
-    return FormatForComparison<const ToPrint*, OtherOperand>::Format(value);
-  }
-};
-
-// By default, print C string as pointers to be safe, as we don't know
-// whether they actually point to a NUL-terminated string.
-
-#define GTEST_IMPL_FORMAT_C_STRING_AS_POINTER_(CharType)                \
-  template <typename OtherOperand>                                      \
-  class FormatForComparison<CharType*, OtherOperand> {                  \
-   public:                                                              \
-    static ::std::string Format(CharType* value) {                      \
-      return ::testing::PrintToString(static_cast<const void*>(value)); \
-    }                                                                   \
-  }
-
-GTEST_IMPL_FORMAT_C_STRING_AS_POINTER_(char);
-GTEST_IMPL_FORMAT_C_STRING_AS_POINTER_(const char);
-GTEST_IMPL_FORMAT_C_STRING_AS_POINTER_(wchar_t);
-GTEST_IMPL_FORMAT_C_STRING_AS_POINTER_(const wchar_t);
-
-#undef GTEST_IMPL_FORMAT_C_STRING_AS_POINTER_
-
-// If a C string is compared with an STL string object, we know it's meant
-// to point to a NUL-terminated string, and thus can print it as a string.
-
-#define GTEST_IMPL_FORMAT_C_STRING_AS_STRING_(CharType, OtherStringType) \
-  template <>                                                           \
-  class FormatForComparison<CharType*, OtherStringType> {               \
-   public:                                                              \
-    static ::std::string Format(CharType* value) {                      \
-      return ::testing::PrintToString(value);                           \
-    }                                                                   \
-  }
-
-GTEST_IMPL_FORMAT_C_STRING_AS_STRING_(char, ::std::string);
-GTEST_IMPL_FORMAT_C_STRING_AS_STRING_(const char, ::std::string);
-
-#if GTEST_HAS_GLOBAL_STRING
-GTEST_IMPL_FORMAT_C_STRING_AS_STRING_(char, ::string);
-GTEST_IMPL_FORMAT_C_STRING_AS_STRING_(const char, ::string);
-#endif
-
-#if GTEST_HAS_GLOBAL_WSTRING
-GTEST_IMPL_FORMAT_C_STRING_AS_STRING_(wchar_t, ::wstring);
-GTEST_IMPL_FORMAT_C_STRING_AS_STRING_(const wchar_t, ::wstring);
-#endif
-
-#if GTEST_HAS_STD_WSTRING
-GTEST_IMPL_FORMAT_C_STRING_AS_STRING_(wchar_t, ::std::wstring);
-GTEST_IMPL_FORMAT_C_STRING_AS_STRING_(const wchar_t, ::std::wstring);
-#endif
-
-#undef GTEST_IMPL_FORMAT_C_STRING_AS_STRING_
-
-// Formats a comparison assertion (e.g. ASSERT_EQ, EXPECT_LT, and etc)
-// operand to be used in a failure message.  The type (but not value)
-// of the other operand may affect the format.  This allows us to
-// print a char* as a raw pointer when it is compared against another
-// char* or void*, and print it as a C string when it is compared
-// against an std::string object, for example.
-//
-// INTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION - DO NOT USE IN A USER PROGRAM.
-template <typename T1, typename T2>
-std::string FormatForComparisonFailureMessage(
-    const T1& value, const T2& /* other_operand */) {
-  return FormatForComparison<T1, T2>::Format(value);
-}
-
-// The helper function for {ASSERT|EXPECT}_EQ.
-template <typename T1, typename T2>
-AssertionResult CmpHelperEQ(const char* expected_expression,
-                            const char* actual_expression,
-                            const T1& expected,
-                            const T2& actual) {
-#ifdef _MSC_VER
-# pragma warning(push)          // Saves the current warning state.
-# pragma warning(disable:4389)  // Temporarily disables warning on
-                                // signed/unsigned mismatch.
-#endif
-
-  if (expected == actual) {
-    return AssertionSuccess();
-  }
-
-#ifdef _MSC_VER
-# pragma warning(pop)          // Restores the warning state.
-#endif
-
-  return EqFailure(expected_expression,
-                   actual_expression,
-                   FormatForComparisonFailureMessage(expected, actual),
-                   FormatForComparisonFailureMessage(actual, expected),
-                   false);
-}
-
-// With this overloaded version, we allow anonymous enums to be used
-// in {ASSERT|EXPECT}_EQ when compiled with gcc 4, as anonymous enums
-// can be implicitly cast to BiggestInt.
-GTEST_API_ AssertionResult CmpHelperEQ(const char* expected_expression,
-                                       const char* actual_expression,
-                                       BiggestInt expected,
-                                       BiggestInt actual);
-
-// The helper class for {ASSERT|EXPECT}_EQ.  The template argument
-// lhs_is_null_literal is true iff the first argument to ASSERT_EQ()
-// is a null pointer literal.  The following default implementation is
-// for lhs_is_null_literal being false.
-template <bool lhs_is_null_literal>
-class EqHelper {
- public:
-  // This templatized version is for the general case.
-  template <typename T1, typename T2>
-  static AssertionResult Compare(const char* expected_expression,
-                                 const char* actual_expression,
-                                 const T1& expected,
-                                 const T2& actual) {
-    return CmpHelperEQ(expected_expression, actual_expression, expected,
-                       actual);
-  }
-
-  // With this overloaded version, we allow anonymous enums to be used
-  // in {ASSERT|EXPECT}_EQ when compiled with gcc 4, as anonymous
-  // enums can be implicitly cast to BiggestInt.
-  //
-  // Even though its body looks the same as the above version, we
-  // cannot merge the two, as it will make anonymous enums unhappy.
-  static AssertionResult Compare(const char* expected_expression,
-                                 const char* actual_expression,
-                                 BiggestInt expected,
-                                 BiggestInt actual) {
-    return CmpHelperEQ(expected_expression, actual_expression, expected,
-                       actual);
-  }
-};
-
-// This specialization is used when the first argument to ASSERT_EQ()
-// is a null pointer literal, like NULL, false, or 0.
-template <>
-class EqHelper<true> {
- public:
-  // We define two overloaded versions of Compare().  The first
-  // version will be picked when the second argument to ASSERT_EQ() is
-  // NOT a pointer, e.g. ASSERT_EQ(0, AnIntFunction()) or
-  // EXPECT_EQ(false, a_bool).
-  template <typename T1, typename T2>
-  static AssertionResult Compare(
-      const char* expected_expression,
-      const char* actual_expression,
-      const T1& expected,
-      const T2& actual,
-      // The following line prevents this overload from being considered if T2
-      // is not a pointer type.  We need this because ASSERT_EQ(NULL, my_ptr)
-      // expands to Compare("", "", NULL, my_ptr), which requires a conversion
-      // to match the Secret* in the other overload, which would otherwise make
-      // this template match better.
-      typename EnableIf<!is_pointer<T2>::value>::type* = 0) {
-    return CmpHelperEQ(expected_expression, actual_expression, expected,
-                       actual);
-  }
-
-  // This version will be picked when the second argument to ASSERT_EQ() is a
-  // pointer, e.g. ASSERT_EQ(NULL, a_pointer).
-  template <typename T>
-  static AssertionResult Compare(
-      const char* expected_expression,
-      const char* actual_expression,
-      // We used to have a second template parameter instead of Secret*.  That
-      // template parameter would deduce to 'long', making this a better match
-      // than the first overload even without the first overload's EnableIf.
-      // Unfortunately, gcc with -Wconversion-null warns when "passing NULL to
-      // non-pointer argument" (even a deduced integral argument), so the old
-      // implementation caused warnings in user code.
-      Secret* /* expected (NULL) */,
-      T* actual) {
-    // We already know that 'expected' is a null pointer.
-    return CmpHelperEQ(expected_expression, actual_expression,
-                       static_cast<T*>(NULL), actual);
-  }
-};
-
-// A macro for implementing the helper functions needed to implement
-// ASSERT_?? and EXPECT_??.  It is here just to avoid copy-and-paste
-// of similar code.
-//
-// For each templatized helper function, we also define an overloaded
-// version for BiggestInt in order to reduce code bloat and allow
-// anonymous enums to be used with {ASSERT|EXPECT}_?? when compiled
-// with gcc 4.
-//
-// INTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION - DO NOT USE IN A USER PROGRAM.
-#define GTEST_IMPL_CMP_HELPER_(op_name, op)\
-template <typename T1, typename T2>\
-AssertionResult CmpHelper##op_name(const char* expr1, const char* expr2, \
-                                   const T1& val1, const T2& val2) {\
-  if (val1 op val2) {\
-    return AssertionSuccess();\
-  } else {\
-    return AssertionFailure() \
-        << "Expected: (" << expr1 << ") " #op " (" << expr2\
-        << "), actual: " << FormatForComparisonFailureMessage(val1, val2)\
-        << " vs " << FormatForComparisonFailureMessage(val2, val1);\
-  }\
-}\
-GTEST_API_ AssertionResult CmpHelper##op_name(\
-    const char* expr1, const char* expr2, BiggestInt val1, BiggestInt val2)
-
-// INTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION - DO NOT USE IN A USER PROGRAM.
-
-// Implements the helper function for {ASSERT|EXPECT}_NE
-GTEST_IMPL_CMP_HELPER_(NE, !=);
-// Implements the helper function for {ASSERT|EXPECT}_LE
-GTEST_IMPL_CMP_HELPER_(LE, <=);
-// Implements the helper function for {ASSERT|EXPECT}_LT
-GTEST_IMPL_CMP_HELPER_(LT, <);
-// Implements the helper function for {ASSERT|EXPECT}_GE
-GTEST_IMPL_CMP_HELPER_(GE, >=);
-// Implements the helper function for {ASSERT|EXPECT}_GT
-GTEST_IMPL_CMP_HELPER_(GT, >);
-
-#undef GTEST_IMPL_CMP_HELPER_
-
-// The helper function for {ASSERT|EXPECT}_STREQ.
-//
-// INTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION - DO NOT USE IN A USER PROGRAM.
-GTEST_API_ AssertionResult CmpHelperSTREQ(const char* expected_expression,
-                                          const char* actual_expression,
-                                          const char* expected,
-                                          const char* actual);
-
-// The helper function for {ASSERT|EXPECT}_STRCASEEQ.
-//
-// INTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION - DO NOT USE IN A USER PROGRAM.
-GTEST_API_ AssertionResult CmpHelperSTRCASEEQ(const char* expected_expression,
-                                              const char* actual_expression,
-                                              const char* expected,
-                                              const char* actual);
-
-// The helper function for {ASSERT|EXPECT}_STRNE.
-//
-// INTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION - DO NOT USE IN A USER PROGRAM.
-GTEST_API_ AssertionResult CmpHelperSTRNE(const char* s1_expression,
-                                          const char* s2_expression,
-                                          const char* s1,
-                                          const char* s2);
-
-// The helper function for {ASSERT|EXPECT}_STRCASENE.
-//
-// INTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION - DO NOT USE IN A USER PROGRAM.
-GTEST_API_ AssertionResult CmpHelperSTRCASENE(const char* s1_expression,
-                                              const char* s2_expression,
-                                              const char* s1,
-                                              const char* s2);
-
-
-// Helper function for *_STREQ on wide strings.
-//
-// INTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION - DO NOT USE IN A USER PROGRAM.
-GTEST_API_ AssertionResult CmpHelperSTREQ(const char* expected_expression,
-                                          const char* actual_expression,
-                                          const wchar_t* expected,
-                                          const wchar_t* actual);
-
-// Helper function for *_STRNE on wide strings.
-//
-// INTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION - DO NOT USE IN A USER PROGRAM.
-GTEST_API_ AssertionResult CmpHelperSTRNE(const char* s1_expression,
-                                          const char* s2_expression,
-                                          const wchar_t* s1,
-                                          const wchar_t* s2);
-
-}  // namespace internal
-
-// IsSubstring() and IsNotSubstring() are intended to be used as the
-// first argument to {EXPECT,ASSERT}_PRED_FORMAT2(), not by
-// themselves.  They check whether needle is a substring of haystack
-// (NULL is considered a substring of itself only), and return an
-// appropriate error message when they fail.
-//
-// The {needle,haystack}_expr arguments are the stringified
-// expressions that generated the two real arguments.
-GTEST_API_ AssertionResult IsSubstring(
-    const char* needle_expr, const char* haystack_expr,
-    const char* needle, const char* haystack);
-GTEST_API_ AssertionResult IsSubstring(
-    const char* needle_expr, const char* haystack_expr,
-    const wchar_t* needle, const wchar_t* haystack);
-GTEST_API_ AssertionResult IsNotSubstring(
-    const char* needle_expr, const char* haystack_expr,
-    const char* needle, const char* haystack);
-GTEST_API_ AssertionResult IsNotSubstring(
-    const char* needle_expr, const char* haystack_expr,
-    const wchar_t* needle, const wchar_t* haystack);
-GTEST_API_ AssertionResult IsSubstring(
-    const char* needle_expr, const char* haystack_expr,
-    const ::std::string& needle, const ::std::string& haystack);
-GTEST_API_ AssertionResult IsNotSubstring(
-    const char* needle_expr, const char* haystack_expr,
-    const ::std::string& needle, const ::std::string& haystack);
-
-#if GTEST_HAS_STD_WSTRING
-GTEST_API_ AssertionResult IsSubstring(
-    const char* needle_expr, const char* haystack_expr,
-    const ::std::wstring& needle, const ::std::wstring& haystack);
-GTEST_API_ AssertionResult IsNotSubstring(
-    const char* needle_expr, const char* haystack_expr,
-    const ::std::wstring& needle, const ::std::wstring& haystack);
-#endif  // GTEST_HAS_STD_WSTRING
-
-namespace internal {
-
-// Helper template function for comparing floating-points.
-//
-// Template parameter:
-//
-//   RawType: the raw floating-point type (either float or double)
-//
-// INTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION - DO NOT USE IN A USER PROGRAM.
-template <typename RawType>
-AssertionResult CmpHelperFloatingPointEQ(const char* expected_expression,
-                                         const char* actual_expression,
-                                         RawType expected,
-                                         RawType actual) {
-  const FloatingPoint<RawType> lhs(expected), rhs(actual);
-
-  if (lhs.AlmostEquals(rhs)) {
-    return AssertionSuccess();
-  }
-
-  ::std::stringstream expected_ss;
-  expected_ss << std::setprecision(std::numeric_limits<RawType>::digits10 + 2)
-              << expected;
-
-  ::std::stringstream actual_ss;
-  actual_ss << std::setprecision(std::numeric_limits<RawType>::digits10 + 2)
-            << actual;
-
-  return EqFailure(expected_expression,
-                   actual_expression,
-                   StringStreamToString(&expected_ss),
-                   StringStreamToString(&actual_ss),
-                   false);
-}
-
-// Helper function for implementing ASSERT_NEAR.
-//
-// INTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION - DO NOT USE IN A USER PROGRAM.
-GTEST_API_ AssertionResult DoubleNearPredFormat(const char* expr1,
-                                                const char* expr2,
-                                                const char* abs_error_expr,
-                                                double val1,
-                                                double val2,
-                                                double abs_error);
-
-// INTERNAL IMPLEMENTATION - DO NOT USE IN USER CODE.
-// A class that enables one to stream messages to assertion macros
-class GTEST_API_ AssertHelper {
- public:
-  // Constructor.
-  AssertHelper(TestPartResult::Type type,
-               const char* file,
-               int line,
-               const char* message);
-  ~AssertHelper();
-
-  // Message assignment is a semantic trick to enable assertion
-  // streaming; see the GTEST_MESSAGE_ macro below.
-  void operator=(const Message& message) const;
-
- private:
-  // We put our data in a struct so that the size of the AssertHelper class can
-  // be as small as possible.  This is important because gcc is incapable of
-  // re-using stack space even for temporary variables, so every EXPECT_EQ
-  // reserves stack space for another AssertHelper.
-  struct AssertHelperData {
-    AssertHelperData(TestPartResult::Type t,
-                     const char* srcfile,
-                     int line_num,
-                     const char* msg)
-        : type(t), file(srcfile), line(line_num), message(msg) { }
-
-    TestPartResult::Type const type;
-    const char* const file;
-    int const line;
-    std::string const message;
-
-   private:
-    GTEST_DISALLOW_COPY_AND_ASSIGN_(AssertHelperData);
-  };
-
-  AssertHelperData* const data_;
-
-  GTEST_DISALLOW_COPY_AND_ASSIGN_(AssertHelper);
-};
-
-}  // namespace internal
-
-#if GTEST_HAS_PARAM_TEST
-// The pure interface class that all value-parameterized tests inherit from.
-// A value-parameterized class must inherit from both ::testing::Test and
-// ::testing::WithParamInterface. In most cases that just means inheriting
-// from ::testing::TestWithParam, but more complicated test hierarchies
-// may need to inherit from Test and WithParamInterface at different levels.
-//
-// This interface has support for accessing the test parameter value via
-// the GetParam() method.
-//
-// Use it with one of the parameter generator defining functions, like Range(),
-// Values(), ValuesIn(), Bool(), and Combine().
-//
-// class FooTest : public ::testing::TestWithParam<int> {
-//  protected:
-//   FooTest() {
-//     // Can use GetParam() here.
-//   }
-//   virtual ~FooTest() {
-//     // Can use GetParam() here.
-//   }
-//   virtual void SetUp() {
-//     // Can use GetParam() here.
-//   }
-//   virtual void TearDown {
-//     // Can use GetParam() here.
-//   }
-// };
-// TEST_P(FooTest, DoesBar) {
-//   // Can use GetParam() method here.
-//   Foo foo;
-//   ASSERT_TRUE(foo.DoesBar(GetParam()));
-// }
-// INSTANTIATE_TEST_CASE_P(OneToTenRange, FooTest, ::testing::Range(1, 10));
-
-template <typename T>
-class WithParamInterface {
- public:
-  typedef T ParamType;
-  virtual ~WithParamInterface() {}
-
-  // The current parameter value. Is also available in the test fixture's
-  // constructor. This member function is non-static, even though it only
-  // references static data, to reduce the opportunity for incorrect uses
-  // like writing 'WithParamInterface<bool>::GetParam()' for a test that
-  // uses a fixture whose parameter type is int.
-  const ParamType& GetParam() const {
-    GTEST_CHECK_(parameter_ != NULL)
-        << "GetParam() can only be called inside a value-parameterized test "
-        << "-- did you intend to write TEST_P instead of TEST_F?";
-    return *parameter_;
-  }
-
- private:
-  // Sets parameter value. The caller is responsible for making sure the value
-  // remains alive and unchanged throughout the current test.
-  static void SetParam(const ParamType* parameter) {
-    parameter_ = parameter;
-  }
-
-  // Static value used for accessing parameter during a test lifetime.
-  static const ParamType* parameter_;
-
-  // TestClass must be a subclass of WithParamInterface<T> and Test.
-  template <class TestClass> friend class internal::ParameterizedTestFactory;
-};
-
-template <typename T>
-const T* WithParamInterface<T>::parameter_ = NULL;
-
-// Most value-parameterized classes can ignore the existence of
-// WithParamInterface, and can just inherit from ::testing::TestWithParam.
-
-template <typename T>
-class TestWithParam : public Test, public WithParamInterface<T> {
-};
-
-#endif  // GTEST_HAS_PARAM_TEST
-
-// Macros for indicating success/failure in test code.
-
-// ADD_FAILURE unconditionally adds a failure to the current test.
-// SUCCEED generates a success - it doesn't automatically make the
-// current test successful, as a test is only successful when it has
-// no failure.
-//
-// EXPECT_* verifies that a certain condition is satisfied.  If not,
-// it behaves like ADD_FAILURE.  In particular:
-//
-//   EXPECT_TRUE  verifies that a Boolean condition is true.
-//   EXPECT_FALSE verifies that a Boolean condition is false.
-//
-// FAIL and ASSERT_* are similar to ADD_FAILURE and EXPECT_*, except
-// that they will also abort the current function on failure.  People
-// usually want the fail-fast behavior of FAIL and ASSERT_*, but those
-// writing data-driven tests often find themselves using ADD_FAILURE
-// and EXPECT_* more.
-
-// Generates a nonfatal failure with a generic message.
-#define ADD_FAILURE() GTEST_NONFATAL_FAILURE_("Failed")
-
-// Generates a nonfatal failure at the given source file location with
-// a generic message.
-#define ADD_FAILURE_AT(file, line) \
-  GTEST_MESSAGE_AT_(file, line, "Failed", \
-                    ::testing::TestPartResult::kNonFatalFailure)
-
-// Generates a fatal failure with a generic message.
-#define GTEST_FAIL() GTEST_FATAL_FAILURE_("Failed")
-
-// Define this macro to 1 to omit the definition of FAIL(), which is a
-// generic name and clashes with some other libraries.
-#if !GTEST_DONT_DEFINE_FAIL
-# define FAIL() GTEST_FAIL()
-#endif
-
-// Generates a success with a generic message.
-#define GTEST_SUCCEED() GTEST_SUCCESS_("Succeeded")
-
-// Define this macro to 1 to omit the definition of SUCCEED(), which
-// is a generic name and clashes with some other libraries.
-#if !GTEST_DONT_DEFINE_SUCCEED
-# define SUCCEED() GTEST_SUCCEED()
-#endif
-
-// Macros for testing exceptions.
-//
-//    * {ASSERT|EXPECT}_THROW(statement, expected_exception):
-//         Tests that the statement throws the expected exception.
-//    * {ASSERT|EXPECT}_NO_THROW(statement):
-//         Tests that the statement doesn't throw any exception.
-//    * {ASSERT|EXPECT}_ANY_THROW(statement):
-//         Tests that the statement throws an exception.
-
-#define EXPECT_THROW(statement, expected_exception) \
-  GTEST_TEST_THROW_(statement, expected_exception, GTEST_NONFATAL_FAILURE_)
-#define EXPECT_NO_THROW(statement) \
-  GTEST_TEST_NO_THROW_(statement, GTEST_NONFATAL_FAILURE_)
-#define EXPECT_ANY_THROW(statement) \
-  GTEST_TEST_ANY_THROW_(statement, GTEST_NONFATAL_FAILURE_)
-#define ASSERT_THROW(statement, expected_exception) \
-  GTEST_TEST_THROW_(statement, expected_exception, GTEST_FATAL_FAILURE_)
-#define ASSERT_NO_THROW(statement) \
-  GTEST_TEST_NO_THROW_(statement, GTEST_FATAL_FAILURE_)
-#define ASSERT_ANY_THROW(statement) \
-  GTEST_TEST_ANY_THROW_(statement, GTEST_FATAL_FAILURE_)
-
-// Boolean assertions. Condition can be either a Boolean expression or an
-// AssertionResult. For more information on how to use AssertionResult with
-// these macros see comments on that class.
-#define EXPECT_TRUE(condition) \
-  GTEST_TEST_BOOLEAN_(condition, #condition, false, true, \
-                      GTEST_NONFATAL_FAILURE_)
-#define EXPECT_FALSE(condition) \
-  GTEST_TEST_BOOLEAN_(!(condition), #condition, true, false, \
-                      GTEST_NONFATAL_FAILURE_)
-#define ASSERT_TRUE(condition) \
-  GTEST_TEST_BOOLEAN_(condition, #condition, false, true, \
-                      GTEST_FATAL_FAILURE_)
-#define ASSERT_FALSE(condition) \
-  GTEST_TEST_BOOLEAN_(!(condition), #condition, true, false, \
-                      GTEST_FATAL_FAILURE_)
-
-// Includes the auto-generated header that implements a family of
-// generic predicate assertion macros.
-#include "gtest/gtest_pred_impl.h"
-
-// Macros for testing equalities and inequalities.
-//
-//    * {ASSERT|EXPECT}_EQ(expected, actual): Tests that expected == actual
-//    * {ASSERT|EXPECT}_NE(v1, v2):           Tests that v1 != v2
-//    * {ASSERT|EXPECT}_LT(v1, v2):           Tests that v1 < v2
-//    * {ASSERT|EXPECT}_LE(v1, v2):           Tests that v1 <= v2
-//    * {ASSERT|EXPECT}_GT(v1, v2):           Tests that v1 > v2
-//    * {ASSERT|EXPECT}_GE(v1, v2):           Tests that v1 >= v2
-//
-// When they are not, Google Test prints both the tested expressions and
-// their actual values.  The values must be compatible built-in types,
-// or you will get a compiler error.  By "compatible" we mean that the
-// values can be compared by the respective operator.
-//
-// Note:
-//
-//   1. It is possible to make a user-defined type work with
-//   {ASSERT|EXPECT}_??(), but that requires overloading the
-//   comparison operators and is thus discouraged by the Google C++
-//   Usage Guide.  Therefore, you are advised to use the
-//   {ASSERT|EXPECT}_TRUE() macro to assert that two objects are
-//   equal.
-//
-//   2. The {ASSERT|EXPECT}_??() macros do pointer comparisons on
-//   pointers (in particular, C strings).  Therefore, if you use it
-//   with two C strings, you are testing how their locations in memory
-//   are related, not how their content is related.  To compare two C
-//   strings by content, use {ASSERT|EXPECT}_STR*().
-//
-//   3. {ASSERT|EXPECT}_EQ(expected, actual) is preferred to
-//   {ASSERT|EXPECT}_TRUE(expected == actual), as the former tells you
-//   what the actual value is when it fails, and similarly for the
-//   other comparisons.
-//
-//   4. Do not depend on the order in which {ASSERT|EXPECT}_??()
-//   evaluate their arguments, which is undefined.
-//
-//   5. These macros evaluate their arguments exactly once.
-//
-// Examples:
-//
-//   EXPECT_NE(5, Foo());
-//   EXPECT_EQ(NULL, a_pointer);
-//   ASSERT_LT(i, array_size);
-//   ASSERT_GT(records.size(), 0) << "There is no record left.";
-
-#define EXPECT_EQ(expected, actual) \
-  EXPECT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal:: \
-                      EqHelper<GTEST_IS_NULL_LITERAL_(expected)>::Compare, \
-                      expected, actual)
-#define EXPECT_NE(expected, actual) \
-  EXPECT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal::CmpHelperNE, expected, actual)
-#define EXPECT_LE(val1, val2) \
-  EXPECT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal::CmpHelperLE, val1, val2)
-#define EXPECT_LT(val1, val2) \
-  EXPECT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal::CmpHelperLT, val1, val2)
-#define EXPECT_GE(val1, val2) \
-  EXPECT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal::CmpHelperGE, val1, val2)
-#define EXPECT_GT(val1, val2) \
-  EXPECT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal::CmpHelperGT, val1, val2)
-
-#define GTEST_ASSERT_EQ(expected, actual) \
-  ASSERT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal:: \
-                      EqHelper<GTEST_IS_NULL_LITERAL_(expected)>::Compare, \
-                      expected, actual)
-#define GTEST_ASSERT_NE(val1, val2) \
-  ASSERT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal::CmpHelperNE, val1, val2)
-#define GTEST_ASSERT_LE(val1, val2) \
-  ASSERT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal::CmpHelperLE, val1, val2)
-#define GTEST_ASSERT_LT(val1, val2) \
-  ASSERT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal::CmpHelperLT, val1, val2)
-#define GTEST_ASSERT_GE(val1, val2) \
-  ASSERT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal::CmpHelperGE, val1, val2)
-#define GTEST_ASSERT_GT(val1, val2) \
-  ASSERT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal::CmpHelperGT, val1, val2)
-
-// Define macro GTEST_DONT_DEFINE_ASSERT_XY to 1 to omit the definition of
-// ASSERT_XY(), which clashes with some users' own code.
-
-#if !GTEST_DONT_DEFINE_ASSERT_EQ
-# define ASSERT_EQ(val1, val2) GTEST_ASSERT_EQ(val1, val2)
-#endif
-
-#if !GTEST_DONT_DEFINE_ASSERT_NE
-# define ASSERT_NE(val1, val2) GTEST_ASSERT_NE(val1, val2)
-#endif
-
-#if !GTEST_DONT_DEFINE_ASSERT_LE
-# define ASSERT_LE(val1, val2) GTEST_ASSERT_LE(val1, val2)
-#endif
-
-#if !GTEST_DONT_DEFINE_ASSERT_LT
-# define ASSERT_LT(val1, val2) GTEST_ASSERT_LT(val1, val2)
-#endif
-
-#if !GTEST_DONT_DEFINE_ASSERT_GE
-# define ASSERT_GE(val1, val2) GTEST_ASSERT_GE(val1, val2)
-#endif
-
-#if !GTEST_DONT_DEFINE_ASSERT_GT
-# define ASSERT_GT(val1, val2) GTEST_ASSERT_GT(val1, val2)
-#endif
-
-// C-string Comparisons.  All tests treat NULL and any non-NULL string
-// as different.  Two NULLs are equal.
-//
-//    * {ASSERT|EXPECT}_STREQ(s1, s2):     Tests that s1 == s2
-//    * {ASSERT|EXPECT}_STRNE(s1, s2):     Tests that s1 != s2
-//    * {ASSERT|EXPECT}_STRCASEEQ(s1, s2): Tests that s1 == s2, ignoring case
-//    * {ASSERT|EXPECT}_STRCASENE(s1, s2): Tests that s1 != s2, ignoring case
-//
-// For wide or narrow string objects, you can use the
-// {ASSERT|EXPECT}_??() macros.
-//
-// Don't depend on the order in which the arguments are evaluated,
-// which is undefined.
-//
-// These macros evaluate their arguments exactly once.
-
-#define EXPECT_STREQ(expected, actual) \
-  EXPECT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal::CmpHelperSTREQ, expected, actual)
-#define EXPECT_STRNE(s1, s2) \
-  EXPECT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal::CmpHelperSTRNE, s1, s2)
-#define EXPECT_STRCASEEQ(expected, actual) \
-  EXPECT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal::CmpHelperSTRCASEEQ, expected, actual)
-#define EXPECT_STRCASENE(s1, s2)\
-  EXPECT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal::CmpHelperSTRCASENE, s1, s2)
-
-#define ASSERT_STREQ(expected, actual) \
-  ASSERT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal::CmpHelperSTREQ, expected, actual)
-#define ASSERT_STRNE(s1, s2) \
-  ASSERT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal::CmpHelperSTRNE, s1, s2)
-#define ASSERT_STRCASEEQ(expected, actual) \
-  ASSERT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal::CmpHelperSTRCASEEQ, expected, actual)
-#define ASSERT_STRCASENE(s1, s2)\
-  ASSERT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal::CmpHelperSTRCASENE, s1, s2)
-
-// Macros for comparing floating-point numbers.
-//
-//    * {ASSERT|EXPECT}_FLOAT_EQ(expected, actual):
-//         Tests that two float values are almost equal.
-//    * {ASSERT|EXPECT}_DOUBLE_EQ(expected, actual):
-//         Tests that two double values are almost equal.
-//    * {ASSERT|EXPECT}_NEAR(v1, v2, abs_error):
-//         Tests that v1 and v2 are within the given distance to each other.
-//
-// Google Test uses ULP-based comparison to automatically pick a default
-// error bound that is appropriate for the operands.  See the
-// FloatingPoint template class in gtest-internal.h if you are
-// interested in the implementation details.
-
-#define EXPECT_FLOAT_EQ(expected, actual)\
-  EXPECT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal::CmpHelperFloatingPointEQ<float>, \
-                      expected, actual)
-
-#define EXPECT_DOUBLE_EQ(expected, actual)\
-  EXPECT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal::CmpHelperFloatingPointEQ<double>, \
-                      expected, actual)
-
-#define ASSERT_FLOAT_EQ(expected, actual)\
-  ASSERT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal::CmpHelperFloatingPointEQ<float>, \
-                      expected, actual)
-
-#define ASSERT_DOUBLE_EQ(expected, actual)\
-  ASSERT_PRED_FORMAT2(::testing::internal::CmpHelperFloatingPointEQ<double>, \
-                      expected, actual)
-
-#define EXPECT_NEAR(val1, val2, abs_error)\
-  EXPECT_PRED_FORMAT3(::testing::internal::DoubleNearPredFormat, \
-                      val1, val2, abs_error)
-
-#define ASSERT_NEAR(val1, val2, abs_error)\
-  ASSERT_PRED_FORMAT3(::testing::internal::DoubleNearPredFormat, \
-                      val1, val2, abs_error)
-
-// These predicate format functions work on floating-point values, and
-// can be used in {ASSERT|EXPECT}_PRED_FORMAT2*(), e.g.
-//
-//   EXPECT_PRED_FORMAT2(testing::DoubleLE, Foo(), 5.0);
-
-// Asserts that val1 is less than, or almost equal to, val2.  Fails
-// otherwise.  In particular, it fails if either val1 or val2 is NaN.
-GTEST_API_ AssertionResult FloatLE(const char* expr1, const char* expr2,
-                                   float val1, float val2);
-GTEST_API_ AssertionResult DoubleLE(const char* expr1, const char* expr2,
-                                    double val1, double val2);
-
-
-#if GTEST_OS_WINDOWS
-
-// Macros that test for HRESULT failure and success, these are only useful
-// on Windows, and rely on Windows SDK macros and APIs to compile.
-//
-//    * {ASSERT|EXPECT}_HRESULT_{SUCCEEDED|FAILED}(expr)
-//
-// When expr unexpectedly fails or succeeds, Google Test prints the
-// expected result and the actual result with both a human-readable
-// string representation of the error, if available, as well as the
-// hex result code.
-# define EXPECT_HRESULT_SUCCEEDED(expr) \
-    EXPECT_PRED_FORMAT1(::testing::internal::IsHRESULTSuccess, (expr))
-
-# define ASSERT_HRESULT_SUCCEEDED(expr) \
-    ASSERT_PRED_FORMAT1(::testing::internal::IsHRESULTSuccess, (expr))
-
-# define EXPECT_HRESULT_FAILED(expr) \
-    EXPECT_PRED_FORMAT1(::testing::internal::IsHRESULTFailure, (expr))
-
-# define ASSERT_HRESULT_FAILED(expr) \
-    ASSERT_PRED_FORMAT1(::testing::internal::IsHRESULTFailure, (expr))
-
-#endif  // GTEST_OS_WINDOWS
-
-// Macros that execute statement and check that it doesn't generate new fatal
-// failures in the current thread.
-//
-//   * {ASSERT|EXPECT}_NO_FATAL_FAILURE(statement);
-//
-// Examples:
-//
-//   EXPECT_NO_FATAL_FAILURE(Process());
-//   ASSERT_NO_FATAL_FAILURE(Process()) << "Process() failed";
-//
-#define ASSERT_NO_FATAL_FAILURE(statement) \
-    GTEST_TEST_NO_FATAL_FAILURE_(statement, GTEST_FATAL_FAILURE_)
-#define EXPECT_NO_FATAL_FAILURE(statement) \
-    GTEST_TEST_NO_FATAL_FAILURE_(statement, GTEST_NONFATAL_FAILURE_)
-
-// Causes a trace (including the source file path, the current line
-// number, and the given message) to be included in every test failure
-// message generated by code in the current scope.  The effect is
-// undone when the control leaves the current scope.
-//
-// The message argument can be anything streamable to std::ostream.
-//
-// In the implementation, we include the current line number as part
-// of the dummy variable name, thus allowing multiple SCOPED_TRACE()s
-// to appear in the same block - as long as they are on different
-// lines.
-#define SCOPED_TRACE(message) \
-  ::testing::internal::ScopedTrace GTEST_CONCAT_TOKEN_(gtest_trace_, __LINE__)(\
-    __FILE__, __LINE__, ::testing::Message() << (message))
-
-// Compile-time assertion for type equality.
-// StaticAssertTypeEq<type1, type2>() compiles iff type1 and type2 are
-// the same type.  The value it returns is not interesting.
-//
-// Instead of making StaticAssertTypeEq a class template, we make it a
-// function template that invokes a helper class template.  This
-// prevents a user from misusing StaticAssertTypeEq<T1, T2> by
-// defining objects of that type.
-//
-// CAVEAT:
-//
-// When used inside a method of a class template,
-// StaticAssertTypeEq<T1, T2>() is effective ONLY IF the method is
-// instantiated.  For example, given:
-//
-//   template <typename T> class Foo {
-//    public:
-//     void Bar() { testing::StaticAssertTypeEq<int, T>(); }
-//   };
-//
-// the code:
-//
-//   void Test1() { Foo<bool> foo; }
-//
-// will NOT generate a compiler error, as Foo<bool>::Bar() is never
-// actually instantiated.  Instead, you need:
-//
-//   void Test2() { Foo<bool> foo; foo.Bar(); }
-//
-// to cause a compiler error.
-template <typename T1, typename T2>
-bool StaticAssertTypeEq() {
-  (void)internal::StaticAssertTypeEqHelper<T1, T2>();
-  return true;
-}
-
-// Defines a test.
-//
-// The first parameter is the name of the test case, and the second
-// parameter is the name of the test within the test case.
-//
-// The convention is to end the test case name with "Test".  For
-// example, a test case for the Foo class can be named FooTest.
-//
-// The user should put his test code between braces after using this
-// macro.  Example:
-//
-//   TEST(FooTest, InitializesCorrectly) {
-//     Foo foo;
-//     EXPECT_TRUE(foo.StatusIsOK());
-//   }
-
-// Note that we call GetTestTypeId() instead of GetTypeId<
-// ::testing::Test>() here to get the type ID of testing::Test.  This
-// is to work around a suspected linker bug when using Google Test as
-// a framework on Mac OS X.  The bug causes GetTypeId<
-// ::testing::Test>() to return different values depending on whether
-// the call is from the Google Test framework itself or from user test
-// code.  GetTestTypeId() is guaranteed to always return the same
-// value, as it always calls GetTypeId<>() from the Google Test
-// framework.
-#define GTEST_TEST(test_case_name, test_name)\
-  GTEST_TEST_(test_case_name, test_name, \
-             

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