Proposal: Test.HUnit documentation (#1632)
himself at leiffrenzel.de
Thu Sep 6 14:42:41 EDT 2007
> Hi Leif,
> glad to see you on this list.
And you :-)
> --- Leif Frenzel <himself at leiffrenzel.de> wrote:
>> I have recently written a tutorial for using HUnit
>> and noticed that
>> there was no Haddock library documentation yet, so I
>> thought I might contribute some :-)
> This annoyed me too when I started to work with HUnit.
> That's great that you got to fixing this.
>> Please let me know if anything else
>> needs to be done to make this fit for the library
> Including the ticket URL in the message is a nice
> I also suggest attaching the resulting generated
> Haddock HTML file to the ticket and including the
> direct link to it into the message as well, e.g (this
> one is from different ticket):
> Makes it much easier to review docs.
> Don't forget to embed the stylesheet.
Good points, both :-)
I've attached the HTML output to the ticket:
> Could you add examples how to use HUnit in the Haddock
Sure, can do that. I'd however restrict it to the things that typically
users would need (i.e. assertions, tests and so on), but not the
advanced extension stuff - mostly because I've myself never come across
a situation where I needed it, so I don't have a very good idea exactly
what one does with it, and what would be good examples.
Thanks && ciao,
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