Commit 7d90bbbc authored by Dima Volodin's avatar Dima Volodin
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[1386] cosmetics

parent 0bc14376
......@@ -510,14 +510,15 @@ private:
TEST_F(RecursiveQueryTest3, Resolve) {
// Set up the UDP server and issue the first read. The endpoint from which
// the query is sent is put in udp_endpoint_ when the read completes, which
// is referenced in the callback as the place to which the response is sent.
// is referenced in the callback as the place to which the response is
// sent.
udp_socket_.set_option(socket_base::reuse_address(true));
udp_socket_.bind(udp::endpoint(address::from_string(TEST_ADDRESS3),
TEST_PORT3));
udp_socket_.async_receive_from(asio::buffer(udp_receive_buffer_,
sizeof(udp_receive_buffer_)),
udp_remote_,
boost::bind(&RecursiveQueryTest3::udpReceiveHandler,
boost::bind(&RecursiveQueryTest3::udpReceiveHandler,
this, _1, _2));
// Set up the TCP server and issue the accept. Acceptance will cause the
......@@ -528,8 +529,8 @@ TEST_F(RecursiveQueryTest3, Resolve) {
boost::bind(&RecursiveQueryTest3::tcpAcceptHandler,
this, _1, 0));
// Set up the RecursiveQuery object. We will also test that it correctly records
// RTT times by setting up a RTT recorder object as well.
// Set up the RecursiveQuery object. We will also test that it correctly
// records RTT times by setting up a RTT recorder object as well.
std::vector<std::pair<std::string, uint16_t> > upstream; // Empty
std::vector<std::pair<std::string, uint16_t> > upstream_root; // Empty
RecursiveQuery query(dns_service_, *nsas_, cache_,
......@@ -551,7 +552,8 @@ TEST_F(RecursiveQueryTest3, Resolve) {
// Check what ran. (We have to cast the callback to ResolverCallback3 as we
// lost the information on the derived class when we used a
// ResolverInterface::CallbackPtr to store a pointer to it.)
ResolverCallback3* rc = static_cast<ResolverCallback3*>(resolver_callback.get());
ResolverCallback3* rc
= static_cast<ResolverCallback3*>(resolver_callback.get());
EXPECT_TRUE(rc->getRun());
EXPECT_TRUE(rc->getStatus());
......
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