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While of course Haskell has more normal testing infrastructure available (eg. https://hspec.github.io/), my favorite bit of Haskell testing is QuickCheck, which IIUC started life in Haskell and has been reimplemented in other languages with various degrees of effectiveness and various degrees of connection to the original project.
John Hughes (not the filmmaker) gives a great talk about it: https://youtu.be/zi0rHwfiX1Q
What are some alternatives?
tasty - Modern and extensible testing framework for Haskell
HUnit-Plus - A test framework expanding on the HUnit Haskell testing package
QuickCheck - Automatic testing of Haskell programs.
HUnit - A unit testing framework for Haskell
hspec-checkers - Allows to use checkers properties from hspec
hspec-test-framework - Run test-framework tests with Hspec
hspec-expectations-match - An hspec expectation that asserts a value matches a pattern
HTF - Haskell Test Framework
hspec-attoparsec - utility functions for testing attoparsec parsers with hspec
hspec-megaparsec - Utility functions for testing Megaparsec parsers with Hspec
quickspec - Equational laws for free