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JulieTest

A Julia testing framework inspired by javascript's Mocha

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A Julia testing framework inspired by javascripts's Mocha. It is also able to watch for changes and run specific the test.

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Installation

Linux

Run in Julia REPL:

Pkg.add("JulieTest")

This command will install JulieTest into ~/.julia//JulieTest.

If you want to access julie command from other folders, you may want to add bin/julie command to your PATH. You can do that by adding the following lines to your ~/.bashrc file:

# Julie test
JULIETEST_HOME="~/.julia/v0.3/JulieTest/bin"
PATH="$PATH:$JULIETEST_HOME"

Using Julie Command

Julie is a wrapper for julia to be used with JulieTest

Usage: julie [commands] arguments [options]

Commands:
    init  initialize JulieTest directory
  module  create basic module template
   start  start JulieTest to watch the directory
  single  run all test then exit
    help  print this help

Options:
  --reporter=dot  use specified reporter
  --skip-init     skip running all test at start

Examples:
  julie init
  julie module first second
  julie start -p 4

Without Julie Command

In case if you want to run JulieTest without the julie command you can run it directly from the testConfig.jl

julia testConfig.jl --single       # will run in single mode
julia testConfig.jl --skip-init    # will not run all test on enter
julia testConfig.jl --reporter=dot # you can specify the reporter here

Configuration

julie start will run julia testConfig.jl in the current directory, you can use julie init if you want to create one.

# this need to be included
include(joinpath(Pkg.dir(),"JulieTest/src/watch.jl"))

# the directory to watch (will be recursive)
watch = ["src","test"]

# you can list any quotes that will be shown randomly at startup here
quotes = ["Julia rocks!"]

# currently only `spec` and `dot` is available
reporter = "spec"

# the interval of each test, default is int 0.25 second
interval = 0.25

# this will start JulieTest
julieTest()

Test File

using JulieTest

describe ("myTest") do
  it("basic") do
    @is 1 => 1
  end

  it("above") do
    @is 10 => above 9
  end

  it("builtin functions") do
    @is 10 => isa Number
  end

  # _it will be ignored
  _it("should fail") do
    @is true => falsy
  end

  # iit will make the test ignore the it
  # and only run the iit
  iit("the test should only run this") do
    @is true => not not truthy
  end

  # describe can be recursive
  describe("Array") do
    it("should not empty") do
      @is [1:5] => not empty
    end
  end
end

@is macro

syntax assertion
@is x => y x == y
@is x => fn y fn(x,y)
@is x => fn fn(x)
@is x => not fn not(fn(x,y))

Built in assertions

# Basic
@is 1 => not 2
@is true => truthy
@is false => falsy  # also aliased to falsey

# Comparison
@is 2 => above 1    # also aliased to isabove, isAbove
@is 2 => below 3    # also aliased to isbelow, isBelow
@is 2 => most 3     # translate to 2 <= 3, also aliased to ismost, isMost
@is 3 => least 2    # translate to 3 >= 2, also aliased to atleast, atLeast

# Array
@is {} => empty
@is [1:5] => not empty

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04/17/2014

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