itv / scala-pact

A Scala implementation of CDC using the Pact standard

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Scala-Pact

A Consumer Driven Contract testing library for Scala and ScalaTest that follows the Pact standard.

Scala-Pact is intended for Scala developers who are looking for a better way to manage the HTTP contracts between their services.

Latest version is 2.3.4

Scala-Pact now has two branches based on SBT requirements.

SBT 1.x compatible (Latest 2.3.4)

The all development going forward begins at 2.3.x and resides on the master branch. For the sake of the maintainer's sanity, version 2.3.x and beyond will only support Scala 2.12 and SBT 1.x or greater.

SBT 0.13.x compatible (Latest 2.2.5)

The reluctantly maintained EOL maintenance version of Scala-Pact lives on a branch called v2.2.x. These versions support Scala 2.10, 2.11, and 2.12 but are limited by only supporting SBT 0.13.x.

More information

Please visit our official documentation site for more details and examples.

There is also an example project setup for reference.

Getting setup

Scala-Pact goes to great lengths to help you avoid / work around dependency conflicts. This is achieved by splitting the core functionality out of the library requirements which are provided separately. This allows you to align or avoid conflicting dependencies e.g. If your project uses a specific version of Circe, tell Scala-Pact to use Argonaut! One big change between 2.2.x and 2.3.x is that dependencies are now provided by TypeClass rather than just static linking. Please refer to the example setup.

You're using SBT 1.x:

Add the following lines to your build.sbt file to setup the test framework:

import com.itv.scalapact.plugin._

enablePlugins(ScalaPactPlugin)
        
libraryDependencies ++= Seq(
  "com.itv"       %% "scalapact-circe-0-9"     % "2.3.4" % "test",
  "com.itv"       %% "scalapact-http4s-0-18"   % "2.3.4" % "test",
  "com.itv"       %% "scalapact-scalatest"     % "2.3.4" % "test",
  "org.scalatest" %% "scalatest"               % "3.0.5" % "test"
)

Add this line to your project/plugins.sbt file to install the plugin:

addSbtPlugin("com.itv" % "sbt-scalapact" % "2.3.4")

This version of the plugin comes pre-packaged with the latest JSON and Http libraries. Thanks to the way SBT works, that one plugin line will work in most cases, but if you're still having conflicts, you can also do this to use your preferred libraries:

 libraryDependencies ++= Seq(
   "com.itv" %% "scalapact-argonaut-6-2" % "2.3.4",
   "com.itv" %% "scalapact-http4s-0-16a" % "2.3.4"
 )
 
 addSbtPlugin("com.itv" % "sbt-scalapact-nodeps" % "2.3.4")

In your test suite, you will need the following imports:

The DSL/builder import for Consumer tests:

  import com.itv.scalapact.ScalaPactForger._

Or this one for Verification tests:

  import com.itv.scalapact.ScalaPactVerify._

You'll also need to reference the json and http libraries specified in the build.sbt file:

  import com.itv.scalapact.circe09._
  import com.itv.scalapact.http4s18._

Alternatively, in case your project has both scalapact-http4s and scalapact-circe as dependencies, you could also use the following:

  import com.itv.scalapact.json._
  import com.itv.scalapact.http._

You're using SBT 0.13.x:

Add the following lines to your build.sbt file to setup the test framework:

import com.itv.scalapact.plugin._

enablePlugins(ScalaPactPlugin)
        
libraryDependencies ++= Seq(
  "com.itv"       %% "scalapact-circe-0-9"     % "2.2.5" % "test",
  "com.itv"       %% "scalapact-http4s-0-18-0" % "2.2.5" % "test",
  "com.itv"       %% "scalapact-scalatest"     % "2.2.5" % "test",
  "org.scalatest" %% "scalatest"               % "3.0.5" % "test"
)

Add these lines to your project/plugins.sbt file to install the plugin:

libraryDependencies ++= Seq(
  "com.itv" %% "scalapact-argonaut-6-2"  % "2.2.5",
  "com.itv" %% "scalapact-http4s-0-16-2" % "2.2.5"
)

addSbtPlugin("com.itv" % "sbt-scalapact" % "2.2.5")

In you're test suite, you will need the following import for Consumer tests:

  import com.itv.scalapact.ScalaPactForger._

Or this one for Verification tests:

  import com.itv.scalapact.ScalaPactVerify._

Note that you can use different versions of Scala-Pact with the plugin and the testing framework, which can make Scala 2.10 compat issues easier to work around while we get the SBT 1.0 release sorted out.