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Assay TestUnit is a compatibility layer for using TestUnit's assertion notation with the Assay assertions framework.
Assay TestUnit defines a set of TestUnit-compatible assertion methods which depend on Assay's assertion classes. This allows developers to change test frameworks without having to change a slew of previously defined assertions calls.
Assay defines assertions in the same way that Ruby defines exceptions. An assertion is nothing more that an extended Exception subclass. Assay provides a complete set of these assertion classes for all common assertion needs. See Assay project for more information on this library.
Simply require the `assay/testunit` script, and include the `Assay::Assertions` mixin module into your test scope, where your test framework requires it (which may be as simple as the toplevel namespace).
require 'assay/testunit' include Assay::Assertions
Now assertions can be made just as if you were using TestUnit.
assert_equal(10, 5+5) assert_kind_of(Integer, 10)
Compatibility is not 100%, though it is very close. Compatibility will improve with future releases. Please feel obligated to submit a patch if you need a missing a feature ;)
Assay TestUnit is also a Ruby 1.9+ only library.
To install with RubyGems simply open a console and type:
$ gem install assay-testunit
Site installation with the tarball can be done with Ruby Setup (gem install setup). See rubyworks.github.com/setup.
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