[ANN] Dfect 0.1.0

                        Dfect 0.1.0

            Assertion testing library for Ruby


Dfect is an assertion testing library for Ruby that
emphasizes a simple assertion vocabulary, instant
debuggability of failures, and flexibility in composing

Dfect is exciting because:

 * It has only 5 methods to remember: D F E C T.

 * It lets you debug assertion failures interactively.

 * It keeps a detailed report of assertion failures.

 * It lets you nest tests and execution hooks.

 * It is implemented in a mere 313 lines of code.

Version 0.1.0 (2009-04-28)

This release adds new variations to assertion methods, fixes
several bugs, and improves test coverage.

Thank you

 * François Beausoleil contributed patches for both code
   and tests! :-)

New features

 * Added [1]negation (m!) and [2]sampling (m?) variations to
   [3]assertion methods.
   These new methods implement assertion functionality
   missing so far (previously we could not assert that a
   given exception was NOT thrown) and thereby allow us to
   fully test Dfect using itself.

 * Added documentation on [4]how to insulate tests from the
   global Ruby namespace.

Bug fixes

 * The E() method did not consider the case where a block
   does not raise anything as a failure. --François

 * When creating a report about an assertion failure, an
   exception would be thrown if any local variables pointed
   to an empty array.

 * The Dfect::<() method broke the inheritance-checking
   behavior of the < class method.
   Added a bypass to the originial behavior so that RCov::XX
   can properly generate a report about code that uses

 * Added workaround for YAML error when serializing a class

TypeError: can’t dump anonymous class Class


 * Filled the big holes in test coverage. Everything except
   the runtime debugging logic is now covered by the unit


  1. http://snk.tuxfamily.org/lib/dfect/#Negation
  2. http://snk.tuxfamily.org/lib/dfect/#Sampling
  3. http://snk.tuxfamily.org/lib/dfect/#Assertions
  4. http://snk.tuxfamily.org/lib/dfect/#Insulation

This forum is not affiliated to the Ruby language, Ruby on Rails framework, nor any Ruby applications discussed here.

| Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Remote Ruby Jobs