A lightweight unit test mechanism for Scheme.
See the official documentation. There are a couple of additions for Chicken:
Additional clause form which allows you to specify one or more custom equivalence predicates. You should either specify one predicate, which will be checked against every value expected; or N predicates, where N is the number of values expected. In the latter case, each predicate is checked only against its corresponding value.
The form (test/eq DESC EXPR EXPECTED) is exactly the same as (test/equiv DESC EXPR EXPECTED (eq?)).
This clause is non-public in the upstream version, but has been exposed since it seems useful. Its syntax is subject to change.
See example below.
The following definition is made available as
%testeez:self-test if the
debug feature is registered at runtime.
For example, run csi -D debug -R testeez -eval "(%testeez:self-test)".
(define (%testeez:self-test) (testeez "Foo Station" (test/equal "Put two and two together" (+ 2 2) 4) (test-define "Bar function" bar (lambda (x) (+ x 42))) (test/equal "Bar scene" (bar 69) 0) ;; will fail (test/eqv "Full circle" (* (bar -21) 2) 42) (test/equal "Multiple" (values (+ 2 2) (string #h #i) (char-upcase #p)) (values 4 "hi" #P)) (test/equiv "Multiple predicates" (values (+ 2 2) (string #h #i) (char-upcase #p)) (values 4 "hi" #P) (eqv? string=? char=?))))
#;1> (%testeez:self-test) ;;; BEGIN "Foo Station" TESTS ;; 1. Put two and two together (+ 2 2) ;; ==> 4 ;; Passed. ;; DEFINE: Bar function (define bar (lambda (x) (+ x 42))) ;; 2. Bar scene (bar 69) ;; ==> 111 ;; FAILED! Expected: ;; 0 ;; 3. Full circle (* (bar -21) 2) ;; ==> 42 ;; Passed. ;; 4. Multiple (values (+ 2 2) (string #h #i) (char-upcase #p)) ;; ==> 4 ;; "hi" ;; #P ;; Passed. ;; 5. Multiple predicates (values (+ 2 2) (string #h #i) (char-upcase #p)) ;; ==> 4 ;; "hi" ;; #P ;; Passed. ;;; END "Foo Station" TESTS: FAILED ;;; (Total: 5 Passed: 4 Failed: 1)
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