tests/dbatools.Tests.ps1

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$Path = Split-Path -Parent $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Path
$ModulePath = (get-item $Path ).parent.FullName
$ModuleName = (Split-Path -Leaf $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Path) -Replace ".Tests.ps1"
$ManifestPath   = "$ModulePath\$ModuleName.psd1"

<#
Appveyor is failing our tests - so disabling this one
# test the module manifest - exports the right functions, processes the right formats, and is generally correct
 
Describe "Manifest" {
 
    $Manifest = $null
 
    It "has a valid manifest" {
 
        {
 
            $Script:Manifest = Test-ModuleManifest -Path $ManifestPath -ErrorAction Stop -WarningAction SilentlyContinue
 
        } | Should Not Throw
 
    }
## Should be fixed now - Until the issue with requiring full paths for required assemblies is resolved need to keep this commented out RMS 01112016
 
$Script:Manifest = Test-ModuleManifest -Path $ManifestPath -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
    It "has a valid name" {
 
        $Script:Manifest.Name | Should Be $ModuleName
 
    }
 
 
 
 It "has a valid root module" {
 
        $Script:Manifest.RootModule | Should Be "$ModuleName.psm1"
 
    }
 
 
 
 It "has a valid Description" {
 
        $Script:Manifest.Description | Should Be 'Provides extra functionality for SQL Server Database admins and enables SQL Server instance migrations.'
 
    }
 
 It "has a valid Author" {
  $Script:Manifest.Author | Should Be 'Chrissy LeMaire'
 }
 
 It "has a valid Company Name" {
  $Script:Manifest.CompanyName | Should Be 'dbatools.io'
 }
    It "has a valid guid" {
 
        $Script:Manifest.Guid | Should Be '9d139310-ce45-41ce-8e8b-d76335aa1789'
 
    }
 It "has valid PowerShell version" {
  $Script:Manifest.PowerShellVersion | Should Be '3.0'
 }
 
 It "has valid required assemblies" {
  {$Script:Manifest.RequiredAssemblies -eq @()} | Should Be $true
 }
 
 It "has a valid copyright" {
 
  $Script:Manifest.CopyRight | Should BeLike '* Chrissy LeMaire'
 
 }
 
 
 
 # Don't want this just yet
 
 It 'exports all public functions' {
 
  $FunctionFiles = Get-ChildItem "$ModulePath\functions" -Filter *.ps1 | Select -ExpandProperty BaseName
 
  $FunctionNames = $FunctionFiles
 
  $ExFunctions = $Script:Manifest.ExportedFunctions.Values.Name
  $ExFunctions
  foreach ($FunctionName in $FunctionNames)
 
  {
 
   $ExFunctions -contains $FunctionName | Should Be $true
 
  }
 
 }
}
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