A small project to work on as I learn to write Scheme code. Very much a work in progress, and it may never be useful to anybody but myself. This library is not even a proper Scheme module yet.
The purpose of this library is to provide a testing library for Scheme that is similar to Ruby's MiniTest.
Assertions added so far:
(assert expr "Test name" "error message") (assert-equal expected actual "Test name")
Output is nicely formatted, similar to what you would get using
minitest/pride in MiniTest:
± plt-r5rs tests.scm F**************************************** (41 tests)(1 failure) 1) (+ 1 2) (Expected 4 to be equal to 3)
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