[plt-scheme] Newbie help using (check-expect): problem nesting (generate-report)

From: Matt Jadud (jadudm at gmail.com)
Date: Thu Apr 23 07:20:37 EDT 2009

On Thu, Apr 23, 2009 at 1:11 AM,  <mattdz at udel.edu> wrote:
> Instead of just listing a whole lot of (check-expect) expressions all serially one after another,
> and then evaluating them all when I run the code, I was hoping to be able to do something like
> this:

Hi Mattdz,

Does this help at all?


You might, in short, try using SchemeUnit. It isn't far off from where
you're at, and it lets you write your tests in test suites, which you
can then combine into larger suites and run. (Or, you can run
individual suites.) Also, you can "define-simple-check", which lets
you write your own checks.

The documentation for SchemeUnit is good, and you're welcome to ask
questions about it here. There is also the possibility that someone
will chime in and tell you how you can go about this using the tools
you're already using.

The transition from one to the other should be minor/painless, though,
so I don't think I'm leading you vastly astray by suggesting


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