|author||Ben Rohlfs <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Thu Jan 26 12:45:21 2023 +0100|
|committer||Ben Rohlfs <email@example.com>||Thu Jan 26 17:09:49 2023 +0100|
Refactor gr-router_test The new test is 400 lines shorter, but simpler and produces more test coverage. It actually tests the pattern matching, which did not happen before. We are now consistently using these 3 methods: * checkRedirect * checkRedirectToLogin * checkUrlToState The names of the test are named directly after their `RoutePattern`. And most of the time we also copy the pattern as a comment into the test, so the tests are super easy to read and understand what they are supposed to be testing. We are only doing all this, so that we can follow-up with other refactorings. We need decent test coverage, so that we can be sure to not break anything. Also, moving routes into view model files will be much easier now, because in this new format the tests will be super easy to copy. Release-Notes: skip Change-Id: Ib3dc0362099ed56948bce0b7d382d3e8cd184681
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