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asyncunit

RackUnit helper functions for asynchronous channels

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check-sexp-equal

A simple extension for rackunit that provides structural diffs on failure.

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chk

a minimal tester

Docs: README
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cover

A code coverage tool

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cover-codecov

Docs: README
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cover-coveralls

Docs: README
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doc-coverage

A package for inspecting and testing a module's documentation of its provided bindings

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expect

A package defining "expectations", first-class assertions about values for use in validation and unit testing with high quality error messages. Currently experimental.

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in-new-directory

Run things in new directories

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mock

A library for creating test mocks

Docs: README
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mock-rackunit

RackUnit checks for testing with mocks from the mock package

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overeasy

Racket Language Test Engine

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quickcheck

Quickcheck Clone

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rackunit-abbrevs

Iterated RackUnit tests

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rackunit-chk

a short hand for writing rackunit tests

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rackunit-spec

BDD test helpers for rackunit

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redex-chk

rackunit/chk style checks for redex ('term' quotes automatically)

Docs: README
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repltest

REPL test: copy-paste REPL interactions and run them as tests

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request

A package for constructing HTTP and REST-ful requesters and integration tests. Currently unstable.

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sl2014

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sparse

A tool for generating test cases for parsers for simple S-expression languages. It is intended primarily for use by instructors of Programming Languages classes in which students implement a simple S-expression-based programming language. It takes as input a description of the grammar of the language to be implemented and produces test cases for the students' parsers.

Docs: README
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