1.8.2 / 2013-02-18
This release primarily fixes one bug --the assertions count global variable wasn't all caps, which prevented assertions from being counted correctly.
- Fix $ASSERTION_COUNTS letter case.
1.8.1 / 2011-12-04
Fixed missing ae/ansi.rb file from distribution.
- Update manifest, missing ae/ansi.rb
1.8.0 / 2011-12-03 / Checkered Flag
This new release improves support for Proc-based assertions and RSpec-style matchers. In addition, this release sees the optional Check Ok/No library in a usable state. And, lastly, note the license has been changed to BSD-2-Clause.
- Finalize the Check mixin API.
- Improve Proc and RSpec-style matchers.
- Modernize the build configuration.
- Change licenses to BSD-2-Clause.
1.7.4 / 2011-06-08
Quick release fixes an issue due to Ruby 1.9+'s constant look-up
system. Yes, BasicObject has no clue. This is fixed using the
- Add const_missing hook to Assertor class to redirect to toplevel methods.
1.7.3 / 2011-06-06 / D-Day
This release simply adds a new optional help library,
The API is still in it's infancy, so it probably will change
but this early release can help refine it's development.
- Add option
1.7.2 / 2011-06-02
Minor release adds color diffs for failed equality comparisons to
the error message, and it fixes an issue in which class references
needed the toplevel prefix (
::) to ensure they can be found in
all cases. Note that ANSI color diffs can be deactivated via
AE.ansi = false or using the master switch an upcoming release
of the ANSI gem.
- Add toplevel prefix (
::) to class references in assertor.rb.
- Provide ANSI colored diffs for failed equality comparisons.
1.7.1 / 2011-05-06
This release adds a specialized message for certain comparison operators to allow them have a more forensic output. This is done via ANSI::Diff library. This release also deprecates the optional dot.rb and detest.rb emulation scripts.
- Add special message for comparison assertions.
- Remove optional dot.rb and detest.rb emulation scripts.
1.7.0 / 2011-04-28
AE now uses proper namespace for all classes. In particular, the
class has become
AE::Assertor. Only the
Assertion class remains outside
AE namespace, as it is now used to map to the current exception class
for raising assertions as defined by current test framework. In addition,
AE's Kernel extensions, which are used to adapt AE for use with any given
test framework have been moved to the AE and AE::Assertor classes as
class methods along with AE's assertion count methods.
- All AE classes use proper namespace.
- Framework methods moved to AE::Assertor class.
- Assertion count tracking methods moved to AE::Assertor class.
- AE::Assertion class simplified to a simple subclass of Exception.
1.6.1 / 2010-11-05
This release has test passing for Ruby 1.9.2. Ruby 1.9.2 doesn't appear to like &block and block_given? to be used in same method scope. It may be a Ruby bug, nonetheless AE has been adjusted to circumvent the problem.
1.6.0 / 2010-11-04
Support libraries defining toplevel methods, such as
legacy.rb, now place
their methods in AE::World module instead of Object. AE::World needs to
to be included in the context desired for the testing framework used. This
is important to prevent pollution of the Object namespace.
- Toplevel extras are defined in AE::World instead of Object.
- In dot.rb #true/#false methods renamed to
- In dot.rb
#false!methods can take an error or error message.
1.5.0 / 2010-09-06
This release adds adapters for TestUnit, MiniTest and RSpec. AE worked with them previously but AE assertions were seen as errors rather than nice assertions. Likewise assertion counts were off in the final tally. These adapters insert AE's counts so the tally are correct.
In addition to this the Assertion class itself now acts as the final end point for all assertions, which makes for a very clean interface.
- Add adapters for TestUnit, MiniTest and RSpec.
- Move final assertion call to Assertion#test.
1.4.0 / 2010-09-02
Version 1.4 brings Ruby 1.9 compatibility. The Assertor class is now a subclass of BasicObject. This fixes an issues Assertor would had applying to methods defined both in a class and Kernel.
- Assertor is a subclass of BasicObject.
- Use custom BasicObject when using Ruby 1.8.
- Add #assert= which works like
- Add #refute= which works like
1.3.0 / 2010-06-17
New release of AE adds support for RSpec-style matchers. This means it should be usable with Shoulda 3.0 and any other matchers library. This release also cleans up the underlying code, which is now extremely clean. Lastly a small API change allows #assert to compare it's argument to the return of it's block using #==, just as #expect does using #===.
- Add RSpec-style matchers support.
- Move #expect code to Assertor.
- #assert method can do equality comparison.
1.2.3 / 2010-06-07
This release is a quick fix, which adds a missing
- Add missing require 'yaml'.
1.2.2 / 2010-06-06
Version 1.2.2 simply add one new feature --the ability to use 'object.assert = other' instead of 'object.assert == other'. This was added simply because I found I often made the mistake of a missing '=', and since #assert= has no definition, there was no reason not to have behave accordingly.
Also note that I switched the license from LGPL to MIT. With regards to reusable libraries and I moving all my work, such that I am able, to MIT to maximize free usage.
#assert=method as a shortcut for
- Now distributed under MIT license.
1.2.0 / 2010-01-27
This release fixes '=~' assertions and now requires the ae/expect library by default.
- Expect method is now loaded by default when requiring 'ae'.
- Fixed bug where #=~ did not work correctly against Assertor.
1.1.0 / 2009-09-06
This release provided two major improvements. The first is
the #expect method which is similar to #assert, but uses
case equality (#===) for comparison. And second, an optional
ae/legacy.rb, is has been added that provides
backward compatibility with Test::Unit assertions, should it
- New #expect method.
- Proved legacy assertion in optional ae/legacy.rb library.
- Added backtrace parameter to flunk calls.
1.0.0 / 2009-09-03
This is the initial release of AE.
- Happy Birthday!