easytest

Simple, expressive testing library https://github.com/joelburget/easytest

Version on this page:0.2
LTS Haskell 12.10:0.2
Stackage Nightly 2018-09-22:0.2
Latest on Hackage:0.2

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MIT licensed by Joel Burget, Paul Chiusano
Maintained by Joel Burget

Module documentation for 0.2

EasyTest is a simple testing toolkit, meant to replace most uses of QuickCheck, SmallCheck, HUnit, and frameworks like Tasty, etc. Here's an example usage:

module Main where

import EasyTest
import Control.Applicative
import Control.Monad

suite :: Test ()
suite = tests
  [ scope "addition.ex1" $ expect (1 + 1 == 2)
  , scope "addition.ex2" $ expect (2 + 3 == 5)
  , scope "list.reversal" . fork $ do
      -- generate lists from size 0 to 10, of Ints in (0,43)
      -- shorthand: listsOf [0..10] (int' 0 43)
      ns <- [0..10] `forM` \n -> replicateM n (int' 0 43)
      ns `forM_` \ns -> expect (reverse (reverse ns) == ns)
  -- equivalent to `scope "addition.ex3"`
  , scope "addition" . scope "ex3" $ expect (3 + 3 == 6)
  , scope "always passes" $ do
      note "I'm running this test, even though it always passes!"
      ok -- like `pure ()`, but records a success result
  , scope "failing test" $ crash "oh noes!!" ]

-- NB: `run suite` would run all tests, but we only run
-- tests whose scopes are prefixed by "addition"
main = runOnly "addition" suite

This generates the output:

Randomness seed for this run is 5104092164859451056
Raw test output to follow ...
------------------------------------------------------------
OK addition.ex1
OK addition.ex2
OK addition.ex3
------------------------------------------------------------
✅  3 tests passed, no failures! 👍 🎉

The idea here is to write tests with ordinary Haskell code, with control flow explicit and under programmer control.

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