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2 points by zck 1571 days ago | link | parent

I've mentioned my unit test library before (http://arclanguage.org/item?id=17922), but now I think it's pretty much ready for prime time. It reports results nicely (if verbosely), and you can run decent subsets of your tests. It even has a README!

One thing that fell out of this is that there's no built-in way that I know of to check hashes for equality in Arc. Even `iso` doesn't do it (https://bitbucket.org/zck/unit-test.arc/issue/18/make-assert...). So I wrote a way (https://bitbucket.org/zck/unit-test.arc/commits/a007eb6491c3...).

The only big thing that I really want to do for usability right now is to not have a ton of lines of "test X passed!" (https://bitbucket.org/zck/unit-test.arc/issue/20/optionally-...).

I'd love to hear feedback, whether on this forum or by submitting a bug (https://bitbucket.org/zck/unit-test.arc/issues/new). This is a weird thing, but as I'm doing this project for Lisp In Summer Projects (http://lispinsummerprojects.org/), I'm supposed to do pretty much all the work myself. I'd love to take patches after the contest closes.



2 points by zck 1571 days ago | link

Also notable about Lisp In Summer Projects is that 2% of the first 250 entries are in Arc: http://lispinsummerprojects.org/Stats

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1 point by akkartik 1571 days ago | link

Wow. Is there a way to see the other 4 projects?

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1 point by zck 1571 days ago | link

Well, one other one is brianru's oauth library (http://arclanguage.org/item?id=17925), but I don't think it's publicly released yet. Not to be too stalkeresque, but it's not on his Github (https://github.com/brianru?tab=repositories).

Lisp In Summer Projects hasn't made a list available that I know of. Certainly they will announce the winners; I don't know if they'll announce all the projects. Hopefully.

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