Library that contains generators, properties and tests for Massiv Array Library.
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|LTS Haskell 20.16:||220.127.116.11|
|Stackage Nightly 2023-03-31:||18.104.22.168|
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Module documentation for 0.1.6.1
This package is designed for users of
massiv, that would like to do some testing of
their code, while reusing functionality that has already been written for testing
itsef. This library is still a work in progress, nevertheless it is at a fairly usable
state. Below is a list of use case for this package.
First and foremost this package provides
CoArbitrary instances for the
relevant types available in
massiv, as well as few extra handy
newtype wrappers that
can be very useful for writing property tests for libraries and applications that depends
Another important use case is for advanced users that came up with their own index types
or array representations and would like to run a standard set of specs on their instance
implementations. For example a custom
Index ix, or
Mutable r ix e instances can use a
predefined collection of
hspec specs and/or
QuickCheck properties to validate their
Test suite for
massiv-test package contains all of the tests that are used on
whole test suite has been extracted out to make the
massiv package lighter as well as to
make the test functionality reusable, without impacting the dependency footprint of the
user that does not need the testing functionlity.
Because of this usecase, the major version of
massiv-test is expected to increase with
almost every release of
Together with examples in haddock it is possible to describe various properties. Those
examples and properties can be tested with doctests, but such properties can not be tested
without QuickCheck generators readily available for import, for that reason
massiv also depends on
For more info on
massiv and related libraries refer to
README on github.
- Fix expectations for matrix multiplications. Empty arrays now always produce empty arrays.
- Add numeric tests
- Add floating point comparison with epsilon functions:
- Initial release.