|author||Joe Tsai <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Mon Jun 06 17:31:27 2022|
|committer||GitHub <email@example.com>||Mon Jun 06 17:31:27 2022|
Use reflect.Value.IsZero (#297) Now that Go 1.13 is the minimum version, we can use the reflect.Value.IsZero method instead of our own internal/value.IsZero function. Interestingly, our IsZero function pre-dates the IsZero method, but fortunately has the exact same semantics, since both are targetting semantics defined by the Go language specification.
This package is intended to be a more powerful and safer alternative to
reflect.DeepEqual for comparing whether two values are semantically equal.
The primary features of
When the default behavior of equality does not suit the needs of the test, custom equality functions can override the equality operation. For example, an equality function may report floats as equal so long as they are within some tolerance of each other.
Types that have an
Equal method may use that method to determine equality. This allows package authors to determine the equality operation for the types that they define.
If no custom equality functions are used and no
Equal method is defined, equality is determined by recursively comparing the primitive kinds on both values, much like
reflect.DeepEqual, unexported fields are not compared by default; they result in panics unless suppressed by using an
Ignore option (see
cmpopts.IgnoreUnexported) or explicitly compared using the
See the documentation for more information.
This is not an official Google product.
go get -u github.com/google/go-cmp/cmp
BSD - See LICENSE file