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This module exports some macros and procedures which can serve as a simple test suite. Most of the code is a straight-forward port of Peter Seibel's test suite in "Practical Common Lisp" to Chicken Scheme.
returns the list of exported symbols.
compound-test[syntax] (compound-test (name) test ...)
This is the obligatory wrapper around each individual test predicate. Runs each test (usually created by define-test) in sequence and prints the results of each as well as a combined result. Exits with 0 or 1 depending on success or failure.
define-test[syntax] (define-test (name . parameters) . forms)
creates a test predicate, (name . parameters), to be called within compound-test. That predicate will test and report the results of all of its form arguments.
check[syntax] (check xpr . xprs)
checks each of its xpr arguments and reports it.
combine-results[syntax] (combine-results xpr . xprs)
more or less a non-short-circuiting and with a report summary.
xpr:val[syntax] (xpr:val xpr ...)
prints each xpr and its value in interpreted code.
report-result[procedure] (report-result result form)
does the actual reporting. result is the value of the quoted form.
pe[procedure] (pe macro-code)
pretty-prints expanded macro-code.
simple-test[syntax] (simple-test (name) xpr ...)
runs each test expression, xpr, and prints success or failure as well as a summary, all prefixed with name. This macro is deprecated. Use define-test instead, to generate arbitrary test-predicates, which can be nested.
(use simple-tests) (compound-test ('simple-tests) (define-test (+?) (check (= (+ 1 2) 3) (= (+ 1 2 3) 6))) (define-test (*?) (check (= (* 1 2) 2) (= (* 1 2 3) 6))) (define-test (arithmetic?) (+?) (*?)) (arithmetic?))
Nov 14, 2013
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- Complete rewrite
- simple-test and compound-test added
- dependency on multi-methods removed
- dependency changed from dbc to multi-methods
- display of run-tests improved
- xpr:val prettified
- run-tests changed
- initial import