cargo-readme VS cram

Compare cargo-readme vs cram and see what are their differences.

cram

Functional tests for command line applications (by brodie)
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cargo-readme cram
5 2
346 175
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5.1 2.5
4 months ago about 2 years ago
Rust Python
GNU General Public License v3.0 or later GNU General Public License v3.0 only
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cargo-readme

Posts with mentions or reviews of cargo-readme. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-11-09.

cram

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  • Is it bad practice to start with Jupyter Notebooks?
    2 projects | /r/Python | 21 Apr 2022
    Yet not all tests are unit tests. In context of classic, non-interactive CLI programs that accept input only through command line parameters and you need to test their output, that's rather functional testing. For such situations, I found this thing to be nice to work with https://github.com/brodie/cram
  • I'd like to review your README
    7 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 17 Apr 2021
    I've been using https://github.com/brodie/cram for this. It's a neat little shell testing tool that can be told to check that every 4-space indented markdown code block output what it says it outputs, so I just cram my README.md.

    An example of this in action: https://github.com/liskin/liscopridge/blame/68a656b7beb10a5c..., https://github.com/liskin/liscopridge/blob/68a656b7beb10a5cd...

What are some alternatives?

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docs.rs - crates.io documentation generator

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liscopridge - liskin's collection of protocol bridges

go-concise-encoding - Golang implementation of Concise Binary and Text Encoding

docker-flask-example - A production ready example Flask app that's using Docker and Docker Compose.

containers - My attempt at reimplementing some of the rust standard containers, starting with a doubly linked list

lazy-static.rs - A small macro for defining lazy evaluated static variables in Rust.

leo-editor - Leo is an Outliner, Editor, IDE and PIM written in 100% Python.

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