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README.md

tester: A test harness for Common Lisp

Table of contents

  • Description
  • Author
  • Author comments
  • Documentation
  • Platforms
  • Dependencies
  • Installation
  • Configuration
  • Licence
  • Notes
  • Examples
  • Open Source

Description

A test harness allows Common Lisp APIs to be automatically tested.

Author

Kevin Layer, Franz Inc.

Author comments

This source code has been previously available with Allegro Common Lisp, and is now being made available to the general public.

Platforms

All ACL versions.

Dependencies

None if tester.cl is loaded directly, otherwise asdf if you load via asdf.

Installation

Install the source in your favorite location, load tester.cl directly or the asd file as per the asdf documentation.

Configuration

See the documentation link below.

Documentation

Test Harness Documentation

License

The tester source code is licensed under the terms of the Lisp Lesser GNU Public License, known as the LLGPL. The LLGPL consists of a preamble and the LGPL. Where these conflict, the preamble takes precedence. This project is referenced in the preamble as the LIBRARY.

Notes

There are more notes about tester in the link provided in the documentation section above.

For an acl-compat version suitable for running in non-acl Common Lisps see Kevin Rosenberg's ptester repository:

git://git.b9.com/ptester.git/

Examples and Information

See the link in the documentation section above.

Open Source

This project's homepage is http://opensource.franz.com. There is an informal community support and development mailing list opensource@franz.com for these open source projects. We encourage you to take advantage by subscribing to the list. Once you're subscribed, email to opensource@franz.com with your questions, comments, suggestions, and patches.

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