Java Code Examples for com.google.common.collect.ImmutableSet.containsAll()

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Example 1
Project: tac-kbp-eal   File: ValidateSystemOutput.java   Source Code and License Vote up 6 votes
private void assertExactlyTwoSubdirectories(final File outputStoreDir) throws IOException {
  checkArgument(outputStoreDir.isDirectory());
  if (!new File(outputStoreDir, "arguments").isDirectory()) {
    throw new IOException(
        "Expected system output to be contain a subdirectory named 'arguments'");
  }
  if (!new File(outputStoreDir, "linking").isDirectory()) {
    throw new IOException("Expected system output to be contain a subdirectory named 'linking'");
  }
  final ImmutableSet<String> subdirectoryNames =
      FluentIterable.from(ImmutableList.copyOf(outputStoreDir.listFiles()))
          .transform(FileUtils.ToName)
          .toSet();
  final boolean hasValidDirectoryStructure = subdirectoryNames.containsAll(REQUIRED_SUBDIRS)
      && ALLOWED_SUBDIRS.containsAll(subdirectoryNames);

  if (!hasValidDirectoryStructure) {
    throw new IOException(
        "Invalid subdirectories ) " + subdirectoryNames + ". Required are: " + REQUIRED_SUBDIRS
        + "; allowed are " + ALLOWED_SUBDIRS);
  }
}