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Citron is a classical unit testing framework with a developer freindly DSL, runs on top of RubyTest and is BRASS compliant.
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Description

Citron is a classical unit testing framework. It defines a simple domain language for creating traditionally modeled unit tests.

Installation

Using Rubygems simply install citron:

$ gem install citron

Citron depends on ansi for terminal colorization and rubytest, so those will be installed as well if they are not already.

Instruction

Citon tests are written as a collection of testcase and test blocks. Here is a fun example. We'll call the test file test/test_beatit.rb:

    TestCase "Show them how to Beat It" do

      setup do
        @funky = "funky"
        @right = "right"
      end

      # fail
      test "show them how to funky" do
        @funky.assert != "funky"
      end

      # pass
      test "show them what's right" do
        @right.assert == "right"
      end

      # error
      test "no one wants to be defeated" do
        raise SyntaxError
      end

      # todo
      test "better do what you can" do
        raise NotImplementedError
      end

    end

Citron doesn't dictate the assertions system you use. In the above example, we are using the A.E. assertion framework. You can use any BRASS compliant system you prefer.

Citron is built on top of RubyTest. Jump over to its website to learn how to run tests and setup test run profiles.

Copyrights

Copyright (c) 2011 Rubyworks

Citron is distributable according to the terms of the FreeBSD license.

See COPYING.md for details.