Tue Mar 11 17:41:22 CET 2008
Thank you very much Hasan. I also noticed that there is an examples directory in the eunit source. I should've given that a look first :)
One more question: I put some io:format statements in my setup and cleanup functions but they don't show up. Does that mean they aren't being run properly? Do I need to run something like 'eunit:setup()' first?
Also, after some experimentation, I found that a simple way to run all tests in the current directory is eunit:test(".").
----- Original Message ----
From: Hasan Veldstra <hasan.veldstra@REDACTED>
Sent: Tuesday, March 11, 2008 3:00:12 AM
Subject: Re: [erlang-questions] EUnit
Andrew Stone wrote:
> Thanks Richard. But I'm still having a little trouble. What I meant was how do I create a fixture etc...?
Here's an example of a simple fixture:
fun setup/0, %% This is called before the tests are run (to set
fun cleanup/1, %% This is called after the tests have been run
(to clean up).
fun(List) -> %% The argument to this is the return value of setup().
?_assert(2*2 == 4),
?_assert(not(true) == false)
I agree, the docs are a bit cryptic and it took me a wee while to figure it out.
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