Series of posts on testing Haskell code

I’ve been using both QuickCheck and HUnit to make sure that the functions in dataenc both have the expected properties and follow the specifications.

This morning I stumbled on a series of posts by Matthew Podwysocki on Functional Programming Unit Testing (part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part). I think I really could have used these posts about two years ago when I first ventured into the world of testing Haskell. The only new thing I learnt was the existence of the package test-framwork in part three. Anyway, they are a good introduction to testing Haskell code (and F#).

⟸ dataenc 0.12 posted to HackageDB Useful thing when adopting test-framework after already using HUnit ⟹
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