EmbeddedSpecRunner with Unroll

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EmbeddedSpecRunner with Unroll

Vinícius Pereira
Hi everyone,

I'm new with Groovy/Spock and sorry if my question is dumb.

I want to test some Nashorn JS code using Spock. So far so good.
My problem is that I do not have a .class to verified against the test code. So I used the EmbeddedSpecRunner to compile and execute the specs in memory:

import spock.util.EmbeddedSpecRunner

esr = new EmbeddedSpecRunner()
import spock.lang.Shared
import spock.lang.Specification
import spock.lang.Unroll

import javax.script.ScriptEngine
import javax.script.ScriptEngineManager

class TestSpec extends Specification {
    @Shared ScriptEngine nashorn = new ScriptEngineManager().getEngineByName("nashorn")

    def setupSpec() {
        var print = function (name) {
    var myName = new java.lang.String();
    myName = name;
    return myName;

    def "compare between #a and #expected"() {
        def result = nashorn.invokeFunction('print',a)
        result == expected
        a | expected
        "Vinicius" | "Vinícius"
        "Thiago" | "Tiago"

After this I create another Groovy Script just to run it:

import java.nio.file.Paths

def binding = new Binding()
def file = Paths.get(".", "src/test/groovy/spocknashorn").normalize().toUri()
def engine = new GroovyScriptEngine(file.toString())

def greeter = engine.run('EmbeddedClassLoader.groovy', binding)

If I run the script above, than the Spec at Unroll is called twice (ok) but with the same arg ("Vinicius"). The "Thiago" is never called. Why?

Following, I need to call the script from inside a java code. So I create a simple one. This time, the Spec is called just once just with the first arg ("Vinicius"):

public class SomeJavaClass {
public static void main (String[] args) throws Exception {
Runner runner = new Runner();

Why Unroll does not work properly at Groovy Script and Java code? What is wrong?

Thank you for your time =)

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