Make it easier to output your test results in JUnit format. Yes, there's
clojure.test.junit but it doesn't do timing and it requires you to choose
between the normal
clojure.test output (read by humans) and JUnit XML which
is not read by most people if they have anything to say about it.
Add this library to your dependencies. You can put it in your
if you'd like.
Then all you need to do is wrap your tests. You can doe this with a
fixture like so:
; Add this to your :require vector in your ns declaration. [clojure-test-junit-output.core :refer (with-junit-output)] (clojure.test/use-fixtures :once (with-junit-output "/where/you/want.xml"))
clojure-test-junit-output.test-core for a complete example.
This library is distributed under a two clause BSD-style license. See the
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