[Haskell-cafe] ANNOUNCE: tasty, a new testing framework
roma at ro-che.info
Wed Aug 7 11:56:21 CEST 2013
It certainly can, but it doesn't do that yet. Should be very easy to
fix, though. Patches are welcome.
* Jan Stolarek <jan.stolarek at p.lodz.pl> [2013-08-07 10:00:36+0200]
> Sorry, my last email got sent too quickly. Anyway, continuing my thought. So QuickCheck can classify tests:
> +++ OK, passed 100 tests (29% Short)
> Can tasty display this classification info? That was a thing I missed a lot in test-framework and would probably motivate me to switch to tasty.
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> Od: "Roman Cheplyaka" <roma at ro-che.info>
> Do: haskell-cafe at haskell.org
> Wysłane: wtorek, 6 sierpień 2013 22:51:57
> Temat: Re: [Haskell-cafe] ANNOUNCE: tasty, a new testing framework
> * John Wiegley <johnw at fpcomplete.com> [2013-08-06 13:40:50-0500]
> > >>>>> Roman Cheplyaka <roma at ro-che.info> writes:
> > > I am pleased to announce the first release of tasty, a new testing framework
> > > for Haskell. It is meant to be a successor to test-framework (which is
> > > unmaintained).
> > It would be nice to see a comparison of the various test frameworks and why
> > one might select one over another. I use hspec currently (which also
> > integrates with HUnit, QuickCheck, etc.), and couldn't tell at a glance what
> > tasty might offer. And I particularly dislike writing tests inside of a
> > gigantic list; I much prefer the "monadic" style of hspec.
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