If we have any resource and we need to close it when current spec fails or done (for example, ZooKeeper client), the easiest way is to use the
@AutoCleanup annotation with the resource:
@AutoCleanup private ZooKeeper zooKeeper;
By default, it calls the
close() method, but you can put your own:
@AutoCleanup(value = "shutdownMethodName") private YourResource resource;
And optionally use quiet mode, when Spock Framework are going to ignore any exceptions while closing resource:
@AutoCleanup(value = "shutdownMethodName", quiet = true) private YourResource resource;
P.S.: this annotation can be useful for some workarounds, when you need to perform some action when spec fails.
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