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README.md

ApprovalTests

Capturing Human Intelligence - ApprovalTests is an open source assertion/verification library to aid unit testing.

ApprovalsTest Swift is compatible with the XCUnit testing framework

What can it be used for?

Approval Tests can be used for verifying objects that require more than a simple assert.

Video Tutorials

You can watch a bunch of short videos on getting started and using ApprovalTests in .Net at YouTube

Podcasts

If you prefer auditory learning, you might enjoy the following podcast

How to get it

CocoaPods

target 'MyApp' do
  use_frameworks!

  # Pods for MyApp 

  target 'MyAppTests' do
    inherit! :search_paths
    # Pods for testing
    pod 'ApprovalTests_Swift', :git => 'https://github.com/approvals/ApprovalTests.Swift.git'
  end

end

Examples

Sample Code

class SampleTest: XCTestCase {

    	func testList() throws {
        	var names: [String] = ["Llewellyn", "James", "Dan", "Jason", "Katrina"]
        	names.sort()
        	try Approvals.verifyAll("", names);
    	}
}

Will Produce a File

SampleTest.testList.received.txt
[0] = Dan
[1] = James
[2] = Jason
[3] = Katrina
[4] = Llewellyn

Simply rename this to SampleTest.testList.approved.txt and the test will now pass.

Approved File Artifacts

The *.approved.* files must be checked into source your source control. ApprovalTests now ignores line endings by default (so you can remove *.approved.* binary from your .gitattributes file if you added previously).

If you would like to verify line endings, simply add [assembly: IgnoreLineEndingsAttribute(false)] to your AssemblyInfo.cs

Do not add *.received.* files to your source control (they are transitory, and some SCMs like TFS will lock them or mark them read-only, which will break every dependent test).

More Info

LICENSE

Apache 2.0 License

Questions?

ask on twitter: @LlewellynFalco or #ApprovalTests

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