Transitional prerequisite checkers

marick edited this page Feb 3, 2011 · 1 revision
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Checkers within prerequisites explains how things will work in version 1.2. What about now?

Your facts will be future proof if you follow this rule:

  • If you want a function to be treated as a checker, use a predefined checker, wrap your checking form in as-checker or define it with checker or defchecker.

  • If you want your function to be treated the same as a literal value (the same way that 1, for example, would be treated) wrap it in exactly.

Don't use bare functions.


       (f 1) => 1
       (provided (g (as-checker even?)) => 33)  ; will always work.
      (f 1) => 1
      (provided (filter (exactly even?) [4 5]) => [4])  ; will always work.
      (f 1) => 1
      (provided (g even?) => 33)  
      ;; In Midje <1.2, this accepts any even argument to g.
      ;; In Midje >= 1.2, this accepts *only* the even? function.