Intent is an opinionated test framework for Dotty. It builds on the following principles:
- Low ceremony test code
- Uniform test declaration
- Futures and async testing
- Arranging test state
- Fast to run tests
Here is an example on how the tests look:
class StatefulTest extends TestSuite with State[Cart]: "an empty cart" using Cart() to : "with two items" using (_.add(CartItem("beach-chair", 2))) to : "and another three items" using (_.add(CartItem("sunscreen", 3))) to : "contains 5 items" in : cart => expect(cart.totalQuantity).toEqual(5) case class CartItem(artNo: String, qty: Int) case class Cart(items: Seq[CartItem] = Seq.empty): def add(item: CartItem): Cart = copy(items = items :+ item) def totalQuantity = items.map(_.qty).sum
This readme is focused on building and testing Intent, for documentation on how to use Intent to write tests, see User documentation.
Add Intent to your SBT project with the following lines to your
libraryDependencies += "com.factor10" %% "intent" % "0.6.0", testFrameworks += new TestFramework("intent.sbt.Framework")
Intent is an early adopter of Dotty features, which means:
You need a recent Dotty (>=
0.25.0-RC1) since Intent use the latest Scala 3 syntax.
Visual Studio Code seems to be the best supported editor (although not perfect)
Intent is Open Source and released under Apache 2.0. See
LICENSE for details.