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totems

A collection of assertion macros for unit testing or otherwise

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totems

A collection of lightweight assertion macros for unit testing in Rust.

I started this project solely to get more practice writing macros in Rust. Other than perhaps nicer error messages, there isn't anything in here that cannot be done with one or more regular assert!() macros.

That being said, I do particularly like (and actually use) the assert_ok!(), assert_err!(), and assert_some!() macros with comparisons to both check the state of the enum and the inner value on the same line, which is why this exists as a crate.

Enums

assert_ok!()

Syntax:

use totems::assert_ok;
let result = "5".parse::<u32>();
assert_ok!(&result);

Equivalent to:

assert!(result.is_ok());

assert_ok!() with comparisons

Syntax:

use totems::assert_ok;
let result = "5".parse::<u32>();
assert_ok!(&result, value == &5);
assert_ok!(&result, value != &0);
assert_ok!(&result, value <  &6);
assert_ok!(&result, value <= &6);
assert_ok!(&result, value >  &4);
assert_ok!(&result, value >= &4);

Equivalent to:

assert!(result.is_ok())
assert!(result.unwrap() >= 4);

assert_err!()

Synax:

use totems::assert_err;
let result = "z".parse::<u32>();
assert_err!(&result);

Equivalent to:

assert!(result.is_err());

assert_err!() with comparisons

Synax:

use totems::assert_err;
let result: Result<(), u32> = Err(5);
assert_err!(&result, value == &5);
assert_err!(&result, value != &0);
assert_err!(&result, value <  &6);
assert_err!(&result, value <= &5);
assert_err!(&result, value >  &4);
assert_err!(&result, value >= &5);

Equivalent to:

assert!(result.is_err());
assert!(result.err().unwrap() >= 5);

assert_some!()

Synax:

use totems::assert_some;
let option = "5".parse::<u32>().ok();
assert_some!(&option);

Equivalent to:

assert!(option.is_some());

assert_some!() with comparisons

Synax:

use totems::assert_some;
let option = "5".parse::<u32>().ok();
assert_some!(&option, value == &5);
assert_some!(&option, value != &0);
assert_some!(&option, value <  &6);
assert_some!(&option, value <= &6);
assert_some!(&option, value >  &4);
assert_some!(&option, value >= &4);

Equivalent to:

assert!(option.is_some());
assert!(option.unwrap() >= 4);

assert_none!()

Synax:

use totems::assert_none;
let option = "z".parse::<u32>().ok();
assert_none!(&option);

Equivalent to:

assert!(option.is_none());

Tuples

assert_(0 to 15)th

Synax:

use totems::{assert_0th, ..., assert_15th} // pseudocode
let tuple = (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, "Hello");
let x = 1;
assert_0th!(&tuple, value >= &x); // tuple.0 >= x
assert_1st!(&tuple, value >= &x);
assert_2nd!(&tuple, value >= &x);
assert_3rd!(&tuple, value >= &x);
assert_4th!(&tuple, value >= &x);
assert_5th!(&tuple, value >= &x);
assert_6th!(&tuple, value >= &x);
assert_7th!(&tuple, value >= &x);
assert_8th!(&tuple, value >= &x);
assert_9th!(&tuple, value >= &x);
assert_10th!(&tuple, value >= &x);
assert_11th!(&tuple, value >= &x);
assert_12th!(&tuple, value >= &x);
assert_13th!(&tuple, value >= &x);
assert_14th!(&tuple, value >= &x);
assert_15th!(&tuple, value >= &x);

Equivalent to:

assert!(tuple.0 >= x);
...
assert!(tuple.15 >= x);

Collections

assert_contains!()

Synax:

use totems::assert_contains;
let vec = vec![1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19];
let x = 5;
assert_contains!(&vec, &x);

Equivalent to:

assert!(vec.contains(&x));

assert_all!()

Syntax:

use totems::assert_all;
let vec = vec![1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19];
assert_all!(&vec, |&x| x > 0, "all > 0");

Equivalent to:

assert!(vec.iter().all(|&x| x > 0));

assert_any!()

Syntax:

use totems::assert_any;
let vec = vec![1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19];
assert_any!(&vec, |&x| x > 0, "any > 0");

Equivalent to:

assert!(vec.iter().any(|&x| x > 0));

assert_nth!()

Syntax:

use totems::assert_nth;
let vec = vec![1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19];
let x = 5;
assert_nth!(&vec, 2, value == &x); // vec[2] == x
assert_nth!(&vec, 2, value <= &x);
assert_nth!(&vec, 2, value >= &x);
assert_nth!(&vec, 2, value < &(x + 1));
assert_nth!(&vec, 2, value > &(x - 1));

Equivalent to:

assert!(vec[2] >= x);

Inequalities

Syntax:

use totems::{assert_lt, assert_le, assert_gt, assert_ge};
assert_lt!(x, y) // less than
assert_le!(x, y) // less or equal

assert_gt!(x, y) // greater than
assert_ge!(x, y) // greater or equal

Equivalent to:

assert!(x <  y);
assert!(x <= y);
assert!(x >  y);
assert!(x >= y);

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