Wrong

Wrong

Wrong provides a general assert method that takes a predicate block. Assertion failure messages are rich in detail. The Wrong idea is to replace all those countless assert_this, assert_that library methods which only exist to give a more useful failure message than "assertion failed". Wrong replaces all of them in one fell swoop, since if you can write it in Ruby, Wrong can make a sensible failure message out of it. Also provided are several helper methods, like rescuing, capturing, and d.

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Current Version
0.7.1
Released
2013-11-11 00:00:00 UTC
First Release
2010-07-06 07:00:00 UTC

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2014-01-29 21:08:53 UTC
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