A fluent unit testing library for VBA
You can check out my mTests.bas module to see the set of tests that I use to test the framework. These tests are located in the runMainTests sub. this sub runs three other subs: metaTests, positiveDocumentionTests and negativeDocumentationTests. metaTests are what the framework uses to tests iteself. Positive tests check that the API should return true when it should. And negative tests check that the API should not return false when it shouldn't. In addition to that, I have six example subs showing the different types of ways tests can be written.
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There're numerous unit testors out there already. I do find it interesting as to why many prefer this result.equalTo(3) compared to result = 3. My own is a single class and goes down the Test.Assert message, x=y route. As a result most of my tests look like:
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Yup, this framework is a bit different from traditional unit testing frameworks. In addition to the ones you mentioned, vba-test is another popular one. This framework is in the fluent style. It was inspired by Fluent Assertions in C#.
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