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;;; test-unit.el --- Unit Test Framework for Emacs Lisp
;; adapted from Phil Hagelberg's behave.el by rocky
;; See also Christian Ohler's ert
;; Copyright (C) 2007 Phil Hagelberg
;; Copyright (C) 2010 Rocky Bernstein
;; Author: Phil Hagelberg
;; Author: Rocky Bernstein
;; Created: 19 Jan 2007
;; Version: 0.01
;; URL:
;; Keywords: unit-test specification specs
;; This file is NOT part of GNU Emacs.
;; This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
;; the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free
;; Software Foundation; either version 3, or (at your option) any later
;; version.
;; This file is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
;; WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
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;;; Commentary:
;; test-unit.el allows you to unit tests for your Emacs Lisp
;; code. Executable specifications allow you to check that your code
;; is working correctly in an automated fashion that you can use to
;; drive the focus of your development. (It's related to Test-Driven
;; Development.) You can read up on it at
;; Specifications and contexts both must have docstrings so that when
;; the specifications aren't met it is easy to see what caused the
;; failure. Each specification should live within a context. In each
;; context, you can set up relevant things to test, such as necessary
;; buffers or data structures. (Be sure to use lexical-let for setting
;; up the variables you need--since the specify macro uses lambdas,
;; closures will be made for those variables.) Everything within the
;; context is executed normally.
;; Each context can be tagged with the TAG form. This allows you to
;; group your contexts by tags. When you execute the specs, M-x test-unit
;; will ask you to give some tags, and it will execute all contexts
;; that match those tags.
;; When you want to run the specs, evaluate them and press M-x
;; test-unit. Enter the tags you want to run (or "all"), and they will be
;; executed with results in the *test-unit* buffer. You can also do M-x
;; specifications to show a list of all the specified behaviours of
;; the code.
;;; Implementation
;; Contexts are stored in the *test-unit-contexts* list as structs. Each
;; context has a "specs" slot that contains a list of its specs, which
;; are stored as closures. The expect form ensures that expectations
;; are met and signals test-unit-spec-failed if they are not.
;; Warning: the variables CONTEXT and SPEC-DESC are used within macros
;; in such a way that they could shadow variables of the same name in
;; the code being tested. Future versions will use gensyms to solve
;; this issue, but in the mean time avoid relying upon variables with
;; those names.
;;; To do:
;; Main issues: more expect predicates
;;; Usage:
;; See meta.el for specifications for test-unit.el. Evaluate meta.el and
;; M-x specifications meta RET to see the specifications explained.
;;; Code:
(defvar spec-count)
(defvar spec-desc)
(byte-compile-disable-warning 'cl-functions)
;; Somehow disabling cl-functions causes the erroneous message:
;; Warning: the function `reduce' might not be defined at runtime.
;; FIXME: isolate, fix and/or report back to Emacs developers a bug
(byte-compile-disable-warning 'unresolved)
(require 'cl)
(require 'cl)
(defvar *test-unit-contexts* '()
"A list of contexts and their specs.")
(defvar *test-unit-default-tags* "all")
(defvar *test-unit-total-assertions* 0
"Count of number of assertions seen since the last `test-unit-clear-contexts'"
(defstruct context
(specs '()) ;; list of its specifications stored as closures.
(put 'test-unit-spec-failed 'error-conditions '(failure))
;; Core Macros
(defmacro context (description &rest body)
"Defines a context for specifications to run in."
(setq *test-unit-contexts* (delete (context-find description) *test-unit-contexts*))
`(lexical-let ((context (make-context)))
(setf (context-description context) ,description)
(add-to-list '*test-unit-contexts* context)
(defmacro specify (description &rest body)
"Add a specification and its description to the current context."
`(push (lambda () ,description
(let ((spec-desc ,description))
,@body)) (context-specs context)))
(defmacro tag (&rest tags)
"Give a context tags for easy reference. (Must be used within a context.)"
`(setf (context-tags context)
(append '(,@tags) (context-tags context))))
;; Assertion tests
(defmacro assert-raises (error-condition body &optional opt-fail-message)
(let ((fail-message (or opt-fail-message
(format "assert-raises did not get expected %s"
(list 'condition-case nil
(list 'progn body
(list 'assert-t nil fail-message))
(list error-condition '(assert-t t)))))
(defun assert-equal (expected actual &optional opt-fail-message)
"expectation is that ACTUAL should be equal to EXPECTED."
(if (boundp '*test-unit-total-assertions*)
(incf *test-unit-total-assertions*))
(if (not (equal actual expected))
(let* ((fail-message
(if opt-fail-message
(format "\n\tMessage: %s" opt-fail-message)
(if (boundp 'context)
(context-description context)
(signal 'test-unit-spec-failed
"Context: %s%s\n\tSpecification: %s\n\tExpected: %s\n\tGot: %s"
fail-message spec-desc expected actual))))
(defun assert-t (actual &optional opt-fail-message)
"expectation is that ACTUAL is not nil."
(assert-nil (not actual) opt-fail-message))
(defun assert-nil (actual &optional opt-fail-message)
"expectation is that ACTUAL is nil."
(incf *test-unit-total-assertions*)
(if actual
(let* ((fail-message
(if opt-fail-message
(format "\n\tMessage: %s" opt-fail-message)
(if (boundp 'context)
(context-description context)
(signal 'test-unit-spec-failed
"Context: %s%s\n\tSpecification: %s"
context-mess fail-message spec-desc))))
;; Context-management
(defun test-unit-clear-contexts ()
(setq *test-unit-contexts* '())
(setq *test-unit-total-assertions* 0)
(message "Test-Unit: contexts cleared"))
(defun context-find (description)
"Find a context by its description."
(find description *test-unit-contexts*
:test (lambda (description context) (equal description (context-description context)))))
(defun context-find-by-tag (tag)
(remove-if (lambda (context) (not (find tag (context-tags context))))
(defun context-find-by-tags (tags)
(if (find 'all tags)
(delete nil (remove-duplicates (mapcan 'context-find-by-tag tags)))))
;; Execution
(defun test-unit (&optional tags)
"Execute all contexts that match given tags"
(let ((tags-string (or tags (read-string (concat "Execute specs matching these tags (default " *test-unit-default-tags* "): ")
nil nil *test-unit-default-tags*)))
(start-time (cadr (current-time)))
(failures nil)
(spec-count 0))
(setq *test-unit-default-tags* tags-string) ; update default for next time
(with-output-to-temp-buffer "*test-unit*"
(princ (concat "Running specs tagged \"" tags-string "\":\n\n"))
(dolist (context (context-find-by-tags (mapcar 'intern (split-string tags-string " "))))
(execute-context context))
(test-unit-describe-failures failures start-time))
(if noninteractive
(switch-to-buffer "*test-unit*")
(message "%s" (buffer-substring (point-min) (point-max)))))
(length failures)))
(defun execute-context (context)
(condition-case failure
(mapcar #'execute-spec (reverse (context-specs context)))
(error (princ "E")
(switch-to-buffer "*test-unit*")
(overlay-put (make-overlay (point) (- (point) 1)) 'face '(foreground-color . "red"))
(switch-to-buffer nil)
(add-to-list 'failures (list "Error:" failure) t))
(failure (princ "F")
(switch-to-buffer "*test-unit*")
(overlay-put (make-overlay (point) (- (point) 1)) 'face '(foreground-color . "red"))
(switch-to-buffer nil)
(add-to-list 'failures (cdr failure) t))))
(defun execute-spec (spec)
(incf spec-count)
(funcall spec)
(princ "."))
;; Reporting
(defun test-unit-describe-failures (failures start-time)
(princ (concat "\n\n" (number-to-string (length failures)) " problem" (unless (= 1 (length failures)) "s") " in "
(number-to-string spec-count)
" specification" (unless (= 1 spec-count) "s")
" using " (number-to-string *test-unit-total-assertions*) " assertions. "
"(" (number-to-string (- (cadr (current-time)) start-time)) " seconds)\n\n"))
(dolist (failure failures)
(test-unit-report-result failure)))
(defun test-unit-report-result (failure)
(princ failure)
(princ "\n\n"))
(defun specifications (&optional tags)
"Show specifications for all contexts that match given tags"
(let ((tags-string (or tags (read-string (concat "Show specs matching these tags (default " *test-unit-default-tags* "): ")
nil nil *test-unit-default-tags*))))
(with-output-to-temp-buffer "*test-unit*"
(princ "Specifications:\n")
(mapcar #'specify-context (context-find-by-tags (mapcar 'intern (split-string tags-string " ")))))))
(defun specify-context (context)
(princ (concat "\n" (context-description context) "...\n"))
(dolist (spec (context-specs context))
(princ (concat " * " (caddr spec) "\n"))))
(provide 'test-unit)
;;; test-unit.el ends here