Write tests in Lua, integrate into tasty.


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LTS Haskell 22.17:1.1.1
Stackage Nightly 2024-04-14:1.1.1
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MIT licensed by Albert Krewinkel
Maintained by [email protected]
This version can be pinned in stack with:tasty-lua-,2110

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Allow users to define tasty tests from Lua.


Revision history for tasty-lua – 2021-01-11

  • Relaxed upper bound for tasty, allowing tasty-1.4.*. – 2020-10-16

  • Relaxed upper bound for hslua, allow hslua-1.3.*.

0.2.3 – 2020-08-14

  • CI now also builds with for GHC 8.10.

  • Errors are now explicitly converted to strings before matched when using error_matches.

  • Relax version limits for tasty and hslua, allowing tasty-1.3.* and hslua-1.2.*.

0.2.2 – 2020-01-26

  • Avoid compilation warnings on GHC 8.2 and older. Monoid instances on older GHC versions require an explicit implementation of mappend. Newer instances use (<>) from Semigroup.

  • Improved CI tests: build with more GHC versions, build with stack, and ensure that there are no HLint errors.

0.2.1 – 2020-01-26

  • Fixed an issue with error reporting: the bug caused test-group names to be added multiple times when reporting a test failure. – 2019-06-19

  • List all files in cabal file: stack.yaml and test/tasty-lua.lua were added to the list of extra source files.

0.2.0 – 2019-05-19

  • Renamed testFileWith to testLuaFile, and testsFromFile to translateResultsFromFile.

  • Fixed and extended test summary: if all tests pass, a brief summary about the number of passed tests is show. Furthermore, some bugs (caused by a misused Foldable instance) have been fixed.

  • Code has been split into multiple sub-modules.

0.1.1 – 2019-05-17

  • Add new function testFileWith, allowing to run a file as a single test case. Lua tests should be defined with tasty.lua. Failures, if any, are summarized in the failure message of the test.

0.1.0 – 2019-05-11

  • First version. Released on an unsuspecting world.