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package com.google.common.testing;
An object that can perform a tearDown() operation.

Author(s):
Kevin Bourrillion
Since:
10.0
public interface TearDown {
  
Performs a single tear-down operation. See test-libraries-for-java's com.google.common.testing.junit3.TearDownTestCase and com.google.common.testing.junit4.TearDownTestCase for example.

A failing TearDown may or may not fail a tl4j test, depending on the version of JUnit test case you are running under. To avoid failing in the face of an exception regardless of JUnit version, implement a SloppyTearDown instead.

tl4j details: For backwards compatibility, junit3.TearDownTestCase currently does not fail a test when an exception is thrown from one of its TearDown instances, but this is subject to change. Also, junit4.TearDownTestCase will.

Throws:
java.lang.Exception for any reason. TearDownTestCase ensures that any exception thrown will not interfere with other TearDown operations.
  void tearDown() throws Exception;
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