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HSpec, Tasty, sydtest, Hunit, ... -> what do you use for writing Haskell tests?
2 projects | /r/haskell | 15 Jan 2023
doctest for testing examples in the documentation. Docs are much clearer when they contain usage examples and doctest helps them keep up to date.
Why is the debugger so bad in Haskell? (or is it just me)
3 projects | /r/haskell | 19 Oct 2021
Try to restrict your types even on sub functions (inside where), use testing, break down your code to the most atomic parts, using ghci to debug each part once at a time, and because Haskell doesn't let you reuse variables, or mutate state, it's a lot easier to rationalize evaluation order (which makes it a lot easier to debug without step debuggers compared to languages like python).
We haven't tracked posts mentioning http-test yet.
Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.
What are some alternatives?
tasty - Modern and extensible testing framework for Haskell
hspec-checkers - Allows to use checkers properties from hspec
smallcheck - Test your Haskell code by exhaustively checking its properties
fitspec - refine properties for testing Haskell programs
curl-runnings - A declarative test framework for quickly and easily writing integration tests against JSON APIs.
swagger-test - Property based testing tool for Swagger APIs
hedgehog-classes - Hedgehog will eat your typeclass bugs
test-fixture - Testing with monadic side-effects
hspec-expectations-pretty-diff - Catchy combinators for HUnit +++ colored pretty-printed diffs
hspec - A Testing Framework for Haskell