VisibleForTesting

annotation VisibleForTesting


Denotes that the class, method or field has its visibility relaxed, so that it is more widely visible than otherwise necessary to make code testable.

You can optionally specify what the visibility should have been if not for testing; this allows tools to catch unintended access from within production code.

Example:

 @VisibleForTesting(otherwise = VisibleForTesting.PROTECTED) public String printDiagnostics() { ... } 
If not specified, the intended visibility is assumed to be private.

Summary

Constants

static final @NonNull int

The annotated element should never be called from production code, only from tests.

static final @NonNull int

The annotated element would have "package private" visibility

static final @NonNull int

The annotated element would have "private" visibility

static final @NonNull int

The annotated element would have "protected" visibility

Public methods

abstract @ProductionVisibility @NonNull int

The visibility the annotated element would have if it did not need to be made visible for testing.

Constants

NONE

@NonNull
public static final @NonNull int NONE

The annotated element should never be called from production code, only from tests.

This is equivalent to {@code @RestrictTo.Scope.TESTS}.

PACKAGE_PRIVATE

@NonNull
public static final @NonNull int PACKAGE_PRIVATE

The annotated element would have "package private" visibility

PRIVATE

@NonNull
public static final @NonNull int PRIVATE

The annotated element would have "private" visibility

PROTECTED

@NonNull
public static final @NonNull int PROTECTED

The annotated element would have "protected" visibility

Public methods

otherwise

@ProductionVisibility
@NonNull
public abstract @ProductionVisibility int otherwise()

The visibility the annotated element would have if it did not need to be made visible for testing.