Limbo module: Test Anything Protocol
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Description

Test Anything Protocol module for Limbo. This module is TAP Producer.

Install

Make directory with this module available in /opt/powerman/tap/.

Install system-wide:

# git clone https://github.com/powerman/inferno-contrib-tap.git $INFERNO_ROOT/opt/powerman/tap

or in your home directory:

$ git clone https://github.com/powerman/inferno-contrib-tap.git $INFERNO_USER_HOME/opt/powerman/tap
$ emu
; bind opt /opt

or locally for your project:

$ git clone https://github.com/powerman/inferno-contrib-tap.git $YOUR_PROJECT_DIR/opt/powerman/tap
$ emu
; cd $YOUR_PROJECT_DIR_INSIDE_EMU
; bind opt /opt

If you want to run commands and read man pages without entering full path to them (like /opt/VENDOR/APP/dis/cmd/NAME) you should also install and use https://github.com/powerman/inferno-opt-setup

Dependencies

Usage

Write tests for your app using this module.

Using mkfiles and helper script runtest.sh provided by https://github.com/powerman/inferno-opt-mkfiles you can run mk test both in host OS and Inferno. While there no available TAP consumer for Inferno yet, if you run tests in host OS you can use existing consumer like prove command from Perl module Test::Harness:

powerman@home ~/inferno/opt/powerman/tap/appl/lib $ prove -r
./t/smoke.t .. ok
All tests successful.
Files=1, Tests=1,  0 wallclock secs ( 0.02 usr  0.00 sys +  0.01 cusr  0.00 csys =  0.03 CPU)
Result: PASS

Example

Such include path will let you compile your application using both host OS and native limbo without additional options if this module was installed locally in your project, but if you installed this module system-wide, then you'll need to use -I$INFERNO_ROOT for host OS limbo and -I/ for native limbo.

implement T;

include "opt/powerman/tap/module/t.m";

test()
{
    plan(3);

    ok(1==1,            "true test");
    eq_int(2, 3,        "2 == 3?");
    eq("abc", "def",    "abc == def?");
}

This test will produce output:

1..3
ok 1 - true test
not ok 2 - 2 == 3?
#   Failed test '2 == 3?'
#   in smoke.b:10.4, 27
#          got: 2
#     expected: 3
not ok 3 - abc == def?
#   Failed test 'abc == def?'
#   in smoke.b:11.4, 35
#          got: 'abc'
#     expected: 'def'