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    DESCRIPTION:

    minitest provides a complete suite of testing facilities supporting TDD, BDD, mocking, and benchmarking.

    "I had a class with Jim Weirich on testing last week and we were
     allowed to choose our testing frameworks. Kirk Haines and I were
     paired up and we cracked open the code for a few test
     frameworks...
    
     I MUST say that minitest is *very* readable / understandable
     compared to the 'other two' options we looked at. Nicely done and
     thank you for helping us keep our mental sanity."
    
    -- Wayne E. Seguin

    minitest/test is a small and incredibly fast unit testing framework. It provides a rich set of assertions to make your tests clean and readable.

    minitest/spec is a functionally complete spec engine. It hooks onto minitest/test and seamlessly bridges test assertions over to spec expectations.

    minitest/benchmark is an awesome way to assert the performance of your algorithms in a repeatable manner. Now you can assert that your newb co-worker doesn't replace your linear algorithm with an exponential one!

    minitest/mock by Steven Baker, is a beautifully tiny mock (and stub) object framework.

    minitest/pride shows pride in testing and adds coloring to your test output. I guess it is an example of how to write IO pipes too. :P

    minitest/test is meant to have a clean implementation for language implementors that need a minimal set of methods to bootstrap a working test suite. For example, there is no magic involved for test-case discovery.

    "Again, I can't praise enough the idea of a testing/specing
     framework that I can actually read in full in one sitting!"
    
    -- Piotr Szotkowski

    Comparing to rspec:

    rspec is a testing DSL. minitest is ruby.
    
    -- Adam Hawkins, "Bow Before MiniTest"

    minitest doesn't reinvent anything that ruby already provides, like: classes, modules, inheritance, methods. This means you only have to learn ruby to use minitest and all of your regular OO practices like extract-method refactorings still apply.

    FEATURES/PROBLEMS:

    • minitest/autorun - the easy and explicit way to run all your tests.

    • minitest/test - a very fast, simple, and clean test system.

    • minitest/spec - a very fast, simple, and clean spec system.

    • minitest/mock - a simple and clean mock/stub system.

    • minitest/benchmark - an awesome way to assert your algorithm's performance.

    • minitest/pride - show your pride in testing!

    • Incredibly small and fast runner, but no bells and whistles.

    • Written by squishy human beings. Software can never be perfect. We will all eventually die.

    RATIONALE:

    See design_rationale.rb to see how specs and tests work in minitest.

    SYNOPSIS:

    Given that you'd like to test the following class:

    class Meme
      def i_can_has_cheezburger?
        "OHAI!"
      end
    
      def will_it_blend?
        "YES!"
      end
    end
    

    Unit tests

    Define your tests as methods beginning with test_.

    require "minitest/autorun"
    
    class TestMeme < Minitest::Test
      def setup
        @meme = Meme.new
      end
    
      def test_that_kitty_can_eat
        assert_equal "OHAI!", @meme.i_can_has_cheezburger?
      end
    
      def test_that_it_will_not_blend
        refute_match /^no/i, @meme.will_it_blend?
      end
    
      def test_that_will_be_skipped
        skip "test this later"
      end
    end
    

    Specs

    require "minitest/autorun"
    
    describe Meme do
      before do
        @meme = Meme.new
      end
    
      describe "when asked about cheeseburgers" do
        it "must respond positively" do
          _(@meme.i_can_has_cheezburger?).must_equal "OHAI!"
        end
      end
    
      describe "when asked about blending possibilities" do
        it "won't say no" do
          _(@meme.will_it_blend?).wont_match /^no/i
        end
      end
    end
    

    For matchers support check out:

    Benchmarks

    Add benchmarks to your tests.

    # optionally run benchmarks, good for CI-only work!
    require "minitest/benchmark" if ENV["BENCH"]
    
    class TestMeme < Minitest::Benchmark
      # Override self.bench_range or default range is [1, 10, 100, 1_000, 10_000]
      def bench_my_algorithm
        assert_performance_linear 0.9999 do |n| # n is a range value
          @obj.my_algorithm(n)
        end
      end
    end
    

    Or add them to your specs. If you make benchmarks optional, you'll need to wrap your benchmarks in a conditional since the methods won't be defined. In minitest 5, the describe name needs to match /Bench(mark)?$/.

    describe "Meme Benchmark" do
      if ENV["BENCH"] then
        bench_performance_linear "my_algorithm", 0.9999 do |n|
          100.times do
            @obj.my_algorithm(n)
          end
        end
      end
    end
    

    outputs something like:

    # Running benchmarks:
    
    TestBlah	100	1000	10000
    bench_my_algorithm	 0.006167	 0.079279	 0.786993
    bench_other_algorithm	 0.061679	 0.792797	 7.869932

    Output is tab-delimited to make it easy to paste into a spreadsheet.

    Mocks

    Mocks and stubs defined using terminology by Fowler & Meszaros at www.martinfowler.com/bliki/TestDouble.html:

    “Mocks are pre-programmed with expectations which form a specification of the calls they are expected to receive. They can throw an exception if they receive a call they don't expect and are checked during verification to ensure they got all the calls they were expecting.”

    class MemeAsker
      def initialize(meme)
        @meme = meme
      end
    
      def ask(question)
        method = question.tr(" ", "_") + "?"
        @meme.__send__(method)
      end
    end
    
    require "minitest/autorun"
    
    describe MemeAsker, :ask do
      describe "when passed an unpunctuated question" do
        it "should invoke the appropriate predicate method on the meme" do
          @meme = Minitest::Mock.new
          @meme_asker = MemeAsker.new @meme
          @meme.expect :will_it_blend?, :return_value
    
          @meme_asker.ask "will it blend"
    
          @meme.verify
        end
      end
    end
    

    Multi-threading and Mocks

    Minitest mocks do not support multi-threading. If it works, fine, if it doesn't you can use regular ruby patterns and facilities like local variables. Here's an example of asserting that code inside a thread is run:

    def test_called_inside_thread
      called = false
      pr = Proc.new { called = true }
      thread = Thread.new(&pr)
      thread.join
      assert called, "proc not called"
    end
    

    Stubs

    Mocks and stubs are defined using terminology by Fowler & Meszaros at www.martinfowler.com/bliki/TestDouble.html:

    “Stubs provide canned answers to calls made during the test”.

    Minitest's stub method overrides a single method for the duration of the block.

    def test_stale_eh
      obj_under_test = Something.new
    
      refute obj_under_test.stale?
    
      Time.stub :now, Time.at(0) do   # stub goes away once the block is done
        assert obj_under_test.stale?
      end
    end
    

    A note on stubbing: In order to stub a method, the method must actually exist prior to stubbing. Use a singleton method to create a new non-existing method:

    def obj_under_test.fake_method
      ...
    end

    Running Your Tests

    Ideally, you'll use a rake task to run your tests, either piecemeal or all at once. Both rake and rails ship with rake tasks for running your tests. BUT! You don't have to:

    % ruby -Ilib:test test/minitest/test_minitest_test.rb
    Run options: --seed 37685
    
    # Running:
    
    ...................................................................... (etc)
    
    Finished in 0.107130s, 1446.8403 runs/s, 2959.0217 assertions/s.
    
    155 runs, 317 assertions, 0 failures, 0 errors, 0 skips

    There are runtime options available, both from minitest itself, and also provided via plugins. To see them, simply run with --help:

    % ruby -Ilib:test test/minitest/test_minitest_test.rb --help
    minitest options:
        -h, --help                       Display this help.
        -s, --seed SEED                  Sets random seed. Also via env. Eg: SEED=n rake
        -v, --verbose                    Verbose. Show progress processing files.
        -n, --name PATTERN               Filter run on /regexp/ or string.
        -e, --exclude PATTERN            Exclude /regexp/ or string from run.
    
    Known extensions: pride, autotest
        -p, --pride                      Pride. Show your testing pride!
        -a, --autotest                   Connect to autotest server.

    You can set up a rake task to run all your tests by adding this to your Rakefile:

    require "rake/testtask"
    
    Rake::TestTask.new(:test) do |t|
      t.libs << "test"
      t.libs << "lib"
      t.test_files = FileList["test/**/test_*.rb"]
    end
    
    task :default => :test
    

    Writing Extensions

    To define a plugin, add a file named minitest/XXX_plugin.rb to your project/gem. That file must be discoverable via ruby's LOAD_PATH (via rubygems or otherwise). Minitest will find and require that file using Gem.find_files. It will then try to call plugin_XXX_init during startup. The option processor will also try to call plugin_XXX_options passing the OptionParser instance and the current options hash. This lets you register your own command-line options. Here's a totally bogus example:

    # minitest/bogus_plugin.rb:
    
    module Minitest
      def self.plugin_bogus_options(opts, options)
        opts.on "--myci", "Report results to my CI" do
          options[:myci] = true
          options[:myci_addr] = get_myci_addr
          options[:myci_port] = get_myci_port
        end
      end
    
      def self.plugin_bogus_init(options)
        self.reporter << MyCI.new(options) if options[:myci]
      end
    end
    

    Adding custom reporters

    Minitest uses composite reporter to output test results using multiple reporter instances. You can add new reporters to the composite during the init_plugins phase. As we saw in plugin_bogus_init above, you simply add your reporter instance to the composite via <<.

    AbstractReporter defines the API for reporters. You may subclass it and override any method you want to achieve your desired behavior.

    start

    Called when the run has started.

    record

    Called for each result, passed or otherwise.

    report

    Called at the end of the run.

    passed?

    Called to see if you detected any problems.

    Using our example above, here is how we might implement MyCI:

    # minitest/bogus_plugin.rb
    
    module Minitest
      class MyCI < AbstractReporter
        attr_accessor :results, :addr, :port
    
        def initialize options
          self.results = []
          self.addr = options[:myci_addr]
          self.port = options[:myci_port]
        end
    
        def record result
          self.results << result
        end
    
        def report
          CI.connect(addr, port).send_results self.results
        end
      end
    
      # code from above...
    end
    

    FAQ

    What versions are compatible with what? Or what versions are supported?

    Minitest is a dependency of rails, which until fairly recently had an overzealous backwards compatibility policy. As such, I'm stuck supporting versions of ruby that are long past EOL. Once rails 5.2 is dropped (hopefully April 2021), I get to drop a bunch of versions of ruby that I have to currently test against.

    (As of 2021-01-31)

    Current versions of rails: (endoflife.date/rails)

    | rails | min ruby | rec ruby | minitest | status   |
    |-------+----------+----------+----------+----------|
    |   7.0 | >= 2.7   |      3.0 | >= 5.1   | Future   |
    |   6.1 | >= 2.5   |      3.0 | >= 5.1   | Current  |
    |   6.0 | >= 2.5   |      2.6 | >= 5.1   | Security |
    |   5.2 | >= 2.2.2 |      2.5 | ~> 5.1   | Security | EOL @railsconf 2021?

    Current versions of ruby: (endoflife.date/ruby)

    | ruby | Status  |   EOL Date |
    |------+---------+------------|
    |  3.0 | Current | 2024-03-31 |
    |  2.7 | Maint   | 2023-03-31 |
    |  2.6 | Maint*  | 2022-03-31 |
    |  2.5 | EOL     | 2021-03-31 |
    |  2.4 | EOL     | 2020-03-31 |
    |  2.3 | EOL     | 2019-03-31 |
    |  2.2 | EOL     | 2018-03-31 |

    See also:

    How to test SimpleDelegates?

    The following implementation and test:

    class Worker < SimpleDelegator
      def work
      end
    end
    
    describe Worker do
      before do
        @worker = Worker.new(Object.new)
      end
    
      it "must respond to work" do
        _(@worker).must_respond_to :work
      end
    end
    

    outputs a failure:

      1) Failure:
    Worker#test_0001_must respond to work [bug11.rb:16]:
    Expected #<Object:0x007f9e7184f0a0> (Object) to respond to #work.

    Worker is a SimpleDelegate which in 1.9+ is a subclass of BasicObject. Expectations are put on Object (one level down) so the Worker (SimpleDelegate) hits method_missing and delegates down to the Object.new instance. That object doesn't respond to work so the test fails.

    You can bypass SimpleDelegate#method_missing by extending the worker with Minitest::Expectations. You can either do that in your setup at the instance level, like:

    before do
      @worker = Worker.new(Object.new)
      @worker.extend Minitest::Expectations
    end
    

    or you can extend the Worker class (within the test file!), like:

    class Worker
      include ::Minitest::Expectations
    end
    

    How to share code across test classes?

    Use a module. That's exactly what they're for:

    module UsefulStuff
      def useful_method
        # ...
      end
    end
    
    describe Blah do
      include UsefulStuff
    
      def test_whatever
        # useful_method available here
      end
    end
    

    Remember, describe simply creates test classes. It's just ruby at the end of the day and all your normal Good Ruby Rules (tm) apply. If you want to extend your test using setup/teardown via a module, just make sure you ALWAYS call super. before/after automatically call super for you, so make sure you don't do it twice.

    How to run code before a group of tests?

    Use a constant with begin…end like this:

    describe Blah do
      SETUP = begin
         # ... this runs once when describe Blah starts
      end
      # ...
    end
    

    This can be useful for expensive initializations or sharing state. Remember, this is just ruby code, so you need to make sure this technique and sharing state doesn't interfere with your tests.

    Why am I seeing uninitialized constant MiniTest::Test (NameError)?

    Are you running the test with Bundler (e.g. via bundle exec )? If so, in order to require minitest, you must first add the gem 'minitest' to your Gemfile and run bundle. Once it's installed, you should be able to require minitest and run your tests.

    Prominent Projects using Minitest:

    • arel

    • journey

    • mime-types

    • nokogiri

    • rails (active_support et al)

    • rake

    • rdoc

    • …and of course, everything from seattle.rb…

    Developing Minitest:

    Minitest requires Hoe.

    Minitest's own tests require UTF-8 external encoding.

    This is a common problem in Windows, where the default external Encoding is often CP850, but can affect any platform. Minitest can run test suites using any Encoding, but to run Minitest's own tests you must have a default external Encoding of UTF-8.

    If your encoding is wrong, you'll see errors like:

    --- expected
    +++ actual
    @@ -1,2 +1,3 @@
     # encoding: UTF-8
     -"Expected /\\w+/ to not match \"blah blah blah\"."
     +"Expected /\\w+/ to not match # encoding: UTF-8
     +\"blah blah blah\"."

    To check your current encoding, run:

    ruby -e 'puts Encoding.default_external'

    If your output is something other than UTF-8, you can set the RUBYOPTS env variable to a value of '-Eutf-8'. Something like:

    RUBYOPT='-Eutf-8' ruby -e 'puts Encoding.default_external'

    Check your OS/shell documentation for the precise syntax (the above will not work on a basic Windows CMD prompt, look for the SET command). Once you've got it successfully outputing UTF-8, use the same setting when running rake in Minitest.

    Minitest's own tests require GNU (or similar) diff.

    This is also a problem primarily affecting Windows developers. PowerShell has a command called diff, but it is not suitable for use with Minitest.

    If you see failures like either of these, you are probably missing diff tool:

      4) Failure:
    TestMinitestUnitTestCase#test_assert_equal_different_long [D:/ruby/seattlerb/minitest/test/minitest/test_minitest_test.rb:936]:
    Expected: "--- expected\n+++ actual\n@@ -1 +1 @@\n-\"hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha\"\n+\"blahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblah\"\n"
      Actual: "Expected: \"hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha\"\n  Actual: \"blahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblah\""
    
      5) Failure:
    TestMinitestUnitTestCase#test_assert_equal_different_collection_hash_hex_invisible [D:/ruby/seattlerb/minitest/test/minitest/test_minitest_test.rb:845]:
    Expected: "No visible difference in the Hash#inspect output.\nYou should look at the implementation of #== on Hash or its members.\n
    {1=>#<Object:0xXXXXXX>}"
      Actual: "Expected: {1=>#<Object:0x00000003ba0470>}\n  Actual: {1=>#<Object:0x00000003ba0448>}"

    If you use Cygwin or MSYS2 or similar there are packages that include a GNU diff for Windows. If you don't, you can download GNU diffutils from gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/diffutils.htm (make sure to add it to your PATH).

    You can make sure it's installed and path is configured properly with:

    diff.exe -v
    

    There are multiple lines of output, the first should be something like:

    diff (GNU diffutils) 2.8.1

    If you are using PowerShell make sure you run diff.exe, not just diff, which will invoke the PowerShell built in function.

    Known Extensions:

    capybara_minitest_spec

    Bridge between Capybara RSpec matchers and Minitest::Spec expectations (e.g. page.must_have_content("Title")).

    color_pound_spec_reporter

    Test names print Ruby Object types in color with your Minitest Spec style tests.

    minispec-metadata

    Metadata for describe/it blocks & CLI tag filter. E.g. it "requires JS driver", js: true do & ruby test.rb --tag js runs tests tagged :js.

    minispec-rails

    Minimal support to use Spec style in Rails 5+.

    mini-apivore

    for swagger based automated API testing.

    minitest-around

    Around block for minitest. An alternative to setup/teardown dance.

    minitest-assert_errors

    Adds Minitest assertions to test for errors raised or not raised by Minitest itself.

    minitest-autotest

    autotest is a continuous testing facility meant to be used during development.

    minitest-bacon

    minitest-bacon extends minitest with bacon-like functionality.

    minitest-bang

    Adds support for RSpec-style let! to immediately invoke let statements before each test.

    minitest-bisect

    Helps you isolate and debug random test failures.

    minitest-blink1_reporter

    Display test results with a Blink1.

    minitest-capistrano

    Assertions and expectations for testing Capistrano recipes.

    minitest-capybara

    Capybara matchers support for minitest unit and spec.

    minitest-chef-handler

    Run Minitest suites as Chef report handlers

    minitest-ci

    CI reporter plugin for Minitest.

    minitest-context

    Defines contexts for code reuse in Minitest specs that share common expectations.

    minitest-debugger

    Wraps assert so failed assertions drop into the ruby debugger.

    minitest-display

    Patches Minitest to allow for an easily configurable output.

    minitest-documentation

    Minimal documentation format inspired by rspec's.

    minitest-doc_reporter

    Detailed output inspired by rspec's documentation format.

    minitest-emoji

    Print out emoji for your test passes, fails, and skips.

    minitest-english

    Semantically symmetric aliases for assertions and expectations.

    minitest-excludes

    Clean API for excluding certain tests you don't want to run under certain conditions.

    minitest-fail-fast

    Reimplements RSpec's “fail fast” feature

    minitest-filecontent

    Support unit tests with expectation results in files. Differing results will be stored again in files.

    minitest-filesystem

    Adds assertion and expectation to help testing filesystem contents.

    minitest-firemock

    Makes your Minitest mocks more resilient.

    minitest-focus

    Focus on one test at a time.

    minitest-gcstats

    A minitest plugin that adds a report of the top tests by number of objects allocated.

    minitest-global_expectations

    Support minitest expectation methods for all objects

    minitest-great_expectations

    Generally useful additions to minitest's assertions and expectations.

    minitest-growl

    Test notifier for minitest via growl.

    minitest-happy

    GLOBALLY ACTIVATE MINITEST PRIDE! RAWR!

    minitest-have_tag

    Adds Minitest assertions to test for the existence of HTML tags, including contents, within a provided string.

    minitest-heat

    Reporting that builds a heat map of failure locations

    minitest-hooks

    Around and before_all/after_all/around_all hooks

    minitest-hyper

    Pretty, single-page HTML reports for your Minitest runs

    minitest-implicit-subject

    Implicit declaration of the test subject.

    minitest-instrument

    Instrument ActiveSupport::Notifications when test method is executed.

    minitest-instrument-db

    Store information about speed of test execution provided by minitest-instrument in database.

    minitest-junit

    JUnit-style XML reporter for minitest.

    minitest-keyword

    Use Minitest assertions with keyword arguments.

    minitest-libnotify

    Test notifier for minitest via libnotify.

    minitest-line

    Run test at line number.

    minitest-logger

    Define assert_log and enable minitest to test log messages. Supports Logger and Log4r::Logger.

    minitest-macruby

    Provides extensions to minitest for macruby UI testing.

    minitest-matchers

    Adds support for RSpec-style matchers to minitest.

    minitest-matchers_vaccine

    Adds assertions that adhere to the matcher spec, but without any expectation infections.

    minitest-metadata

    Annotate tests with metadata (key-value).

    minitest-mock_expectations

    Provides method call assertions for minitest.

    minitest-mongoid

    Mongoid assertion matchers for Minitest.

    minitest-must_not

    Provides must_not as an alias for wont in Minitest.

    minitest-optional_retry

    Automatically retry failed test to help with flakiness.

    minitest-osx

    Reporter for the Mac OS X notification center.

    minitest-parallel_fork

    Fork-based parallelization

    minitest-parallel-db

    Run tests in parallel with a single database.

    minitest-power_assert

    PowerAssert for Minitest.

    minitest-predicates

    Adds support for .predicate? methods.

    minitest-profile

    List the 10 slowest tests in your suite.

    minitest-rails

    Minitest integration for Rails 3.x.

    minitest-rails-capybara

    Capybara integration for Minitest::Rails.

    minitest-reporters

    Create customizable Minitest output formats.

    minitest-rg

    Colored red/green output for Minitest.

    minitest-rspec_mocks

    Use RSpec Mocks with Minitest.

    minitest-server

    minitest-server provides a client/server setup with your minitest process, allowing your test run to send its results directly to a handler.

    minitest-sequel

    Minitest assertions to speed-up development and testing of Ruby Sequel database setups.

    minitest-shared_description

    Support for shared specs and shared spec subclasses

    minitest-should_syntax

    RSpec-style x.should == y assertions for Minitest.

    minitest-shouldify

    Adding all manner of shoulds to Minitest (bad idea)

    minitest-snail

    Print a list of tests that take too long

    minitest-spec-context

    Provides rspec-ish context method to Minitest::Spec.

    minitest-spec-expect

    Expect syntax for Minitest::Spec (e.g. expect(sequences).to_include :celery_man).

    minitest-spec-magic

    Minitest::Spec extensions for Rails and beyond.

    minitest-spec-rails

    Drop in Minitest::Spec superclass for ActiveSupport::TestCase.

    minitest-sprint

    Runs (Get it? It's fast!) your tests and makes it easier to rerun individual failures.

    minitest-stately

    Find leaking state between tests

    minitest-stub_any_instance

    Stub any instance of a method on the given class for the duration of a block.

    minitest-stub-const

    Stub constants for the duration of a block.

    minitest-tags

    Add tags for minitest.

    minitest-unordered

    Adds a new assertion to minitest for checking the contents of a collection, ignoring element order.

    minitest-vcr

    Automatic cassette managment with Minitest::Spec and VCR.

    minitest_log

    Adds structured logging, data explication, and verdicts.

    minitest_owrapper

    Get tests results as a TestResult object.

    minitest_should

    Shoulda style syntax for minitest test::unit.

    minitest_tu_shim

    Bridges between test/unit and minitest.

    mongoid-minitest

    Minitest matchers for Mongoid.

    mutant-minitest

    Minitest integration for mutant.

    pry-rescue

    A pry plugin w/ minitest support. See pry-rescue/minitest.rb.

    rematch

    Declutter your test files from large hardcoded data and update them automatically when your code changes.

    rspec2minitest

    Easily translate any RSpec matchers to Minitest assertions and expectations.

    stubberry

    Multiple stubbing 'berries', sweet and useful stub helpers and assertions. ( stub_must, assert_method_called, stubbing ORM objects by id )

    Unknown Extensions:

    Authors… Please send me a pull request with a description of your minitest extension.

    • assay-minitest

    • detroit-minitest

    • em-minitest-spec

    • flexmock-minitest

    • guard-minitest

    • guard-minitest-decisiv

    • minitest-activemodel

    • minitest-ar-assertions

    • minitest-capybara-unit

    • minitest-colorer

    • minitest-deluxe

    • minitest-extra-assertions

    • minitest-rails-shoulda

    • minitest-spec

    • minitest-spec-should

    • minitest-sugar

    • spork-minitest

    Minitest related goods

    REQUIREMENTS:

    • Ruby 2.3+. No magic is involved. I hope.

    INSTALL:

    sudo gem install minitest
    

    On 1.9, you already have it. To get newer candy you can still install the gem, and then requiring “minitest/autorun” should automatically pull it in. If not, you'll need to do it yourself:

    gem "minitest"     # ensures you"re using the gem, and not the built-in MT
    require "minitest/autorun"
    
    # ... usual testing stuffs ...
    

    DO NOTE: There is a serious problem with the way that ruby 1.9/2.0 packages their own gems. They install a gem specification file, but don't install the gem contents in the gem path. This messes up Gem.find_files and many other things (gem which, gem contents, etc).

    Just install minitest as a gem for real and you'll be happier.

    LICENSE:

    (The MIT License)

    Copyright © Ryan Davis, seattle.rb

    Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the 'Software'), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

    The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

    THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED 'AS IS', WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.

    项目简介

    minitest provides a complete suite of testing facilities supporting TDD, BDD, mocking, and benchmarking.

    🚀 Github 镜像仓库 🚀

    源项目地址

    https://github.com/minitest/minitest

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    贡献者 4

    R Ryan Davis @Ryan Davis
    R Ryan Davis @Ryan Davis
    S Steven R. Baker @Steven R. Baker
    E Eric Hodel @Eric Hodel

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