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Small interface, big implementation John Cowan (07 Nov 2020 19:31 UTC)
Re: Small interface, big implementation Arthur A. Gleckler (08 Nov 2020 03:48 UTC)
Re: Small interface, big implementation Amirouche Boubekki (08 Nov 2020 06:06 UTC)
Re: Small interface, big implementation Marc Nieper-Wi├čkirchen (08 Nov 2020 07:28 UTC)
Re: Small interface, big implementation Alex Shinn (08 Nov 2020 14:09 UTC)
Re: Small interface, big implementation Amirouche Boubekki (08 Nov 2020 16:46 UTC)
Re: Small interface, big implementation Alex Shinn (08 Nov 2020 22:22 UTC)
Re: Small interface, big implementation Arthur A. Gleckler (08 Nov 2020 22:34 UTC)
Re: Small interface, big implementation John Cowan (08 Nov 2020 22:57 UTC)
Re: Small interface, big implementation Arthur A. Gleckler (08 Nov 2020 23:00 UTC)
Re: Small interface, big implementation John Cowan (08 Nov 2020 23:02 UTC)
Re: Small interface, big implementation Arthur A. Gleckler (08 Nov 2020 23:07 UTC)
Re: Small interface, big implementation John Cowan (08 Nov 2020 23:08 UTC)
Re: Small interface, big implementation John Cowan (08 Nov 2020 22:55 UTC)
Re: Small interface, big implementation Alex Shinn (09 Nov 2020 00:48 UTC)
Re: Small interface, big implementation John Cowan (09 Nov 2020 01:50 UTC)
Re: Small interface, big implementation Alex Shinn (09 Nov 2020 02:14 UTC)
Re: Small interface, big implementation Alex Shinn (09 Nov 2020 00:56 UTC)

Re: Small interface, big implementation Amirouche Boubekki 08 Nov 2020 16:46 UTC

Le dim. 8 nov. 2020 à 15:09, Alex Shinn <xxxxxx@gmail.com> a écrit :

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> You seem to want object-oriented tests rather than functional tests,
> but the whole point of lambda the ultimate is that we don't need objects:
>
>   (lambda () (test (foo) (bar)))

Yes.

> The idiom in Chibi is every library has its own test library,
> which exports a single procedure named `run-tests' to
> actually runs the tests.  This can be replayed, e.g. after
> making a hot fix.

But that makes it difficult to run a single test.