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egress

A super simple, bare-bones regression testing crate

2 releases

0.1.1 Feb 13, 2020
0.1.0 Feb 13, 2020

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Egress - barebones regression testing for Rust

Egress is a super simple regression testing framework for Rust. It doesn't currently support much, but if all you want is to make sure some test outputs don't change from run to run, it'll do the trick.

By default, Egress will make an Egress.toml config file in the same directory as your Cargo.toml and an egress folder in the same place to hold the artifacts it writes to disk.

Example

let mut egress = egress!();
let artifact = egress.artifact("basic_arithmetic");

let super_complex_test_output_that_could_change_at_any_time = 1 + 1;

// using `serde::Serialize`:
artifact.insert_serialize("1 + 1 (serde)", &super_complex_test_output_that_could_change_at_any_time);

// or using `fmt::Debug`:
artifact.insert_debug("1 + 1 (fmt::Debug)", &super_complex_test_output_that_could_change_at_any_time);

// or using `fmt::Display`:
artifact.insert_display("1 + 1 (fmt::Display)", &super_complex_test_output_that_could_change_at_any_time);

// More options available; please check the docs.

egress.close().unwrap().assert_unregressed();

To see the artifacts produced by this example, check egress/artifacts/rust_out/basic_arithmetic.json.

Dependencies

~1–1.7MB
~38K SLoC