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Version 1.2.2 in progress

  • Add various macro-like constructs back into the documentation to improve the documentation (in, from-each, more-of, more->, more are really only syntactic constructs inside expect).

Version 1.2.1 -- 2019-12-09

  • Fix cljdoc.org index (Collections was missing).

Version 1.2.0 -- 2019-12-09

  • Improve failure reporting for in; allow it to be combined with more etc. #11
  • Add support for mocking return values in side-effects.
  • Add support for optional message argument in expect. #9
  • Added article-style documentation for cljdoc.org. #6, #7, #8, #10
  • Add example of more-> equivalent to thrown-with-msg?. #5

Version 1.1.2 -- 2019-12-07

  • Adds between and between' for inclusive and exclusive range checking.
  • Fix in with a hash map to correctly detect failing cases.
  • Add a first round of tests (finally!). Verified support for Clojure 1.8 (without Spec expectations). Verified full support for Clojure 1.9 and 1.10.1.
  • Clean up :require .. :refer in README to list all public symbols. #4
  • Fixes links in README. PR #3 (@marekjeszka)
  • Add/improve docstrings. Add ^:no-doc metadata for cljdoc.org.

Version 1.1.1 -- 2019-01-14

  • An expectation can now use a qualified keyword spec to test conformance of the actual value. Failures are reported with the spec explanation. #2
  • If Paul Stadig's Humane Test Output is available (on the classpath), failure reporting is automatically made compatible with it. Expectations that use data structure "equality" (the =? extension to is) will produce "humane" output for failures, showing differences. #1

Version 1.1.0 -- 2019-01-08

(broken version)

Initial version 1.0.1 -- 2019-01-02

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