toplevel_expect_test

AuthorJane Street Group, LLC <opensource@janestreet.com>
LicenseApache-2.0
Homepagehttps://github.com/janestreet/toplevel_expect_test
Issue Trackerhttps://github.com/janestreet/toplevel_expect_test/issues
Maintaineropensource@janestreet.com
Dependencies
&bin_prot>= 113.33.03&113.34.00
core_kernel>= 113.33.03&113.34.00
fieldslib>= 113.33.03&113.34.00
js-build-tools>= 113.33.04&113.34.00
ocamlbuild
ocamlfind>= 1.3.2&>= 1.3.2
ppx_assert>= 113.33.03&113.34.00
ppx_bench>= 113.33.03&113.34.00
ppx_core>= 113.33.03&113.34.00
ppx_driver>= 113.33.03&113.34.00
ppx_expect>= 113.33.03&113.34.00
ppx_here>= 113.33.03&113.34.00
ppx_inline_test>= 113.33.03&113.34.00
ppx_jane>= 113.33.03&113.34.00
sexplib>= 113.33.03&113.34.00
typerep>= 113.33.03&113.34.00
variantslib>= 113.33.03&113.34.00
Availableocaml-version = "4.02.3"
PublishedApr 28, 2016
Source [http] https://ocaml.janestreet.com/ocaml-core/113.33/files/toplevel_expect_test-113.33.03.tar.gz
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Expectation tests for the OCaml toplevel

Allows one to write both toplevel phrases and the expected output from the toplevel in the same file. This provides an easy way to test compilations errors as well as provide a nice alternative to using the toplevel in a terminal.

No package is dependent