This is the public release of the qstest bundle (written for DocScape Publisher <URL:http://www.docscape.de>) (C) 2006, 2007 QuinScape GmbH <URL:http://www.quinscape.de> This software comes without warranty of any kind. The TeX source files are licensed under the LPPL version 1.3 or later, see the individual files for details. Generated files refer to the license of their respective source. Makefile and this README may be freely used, modified and copied. The bundle contains the packages `makematch' for matching patterns to targets (with a generalization in the form of pattern lists and keyword lists), and `qstest' for performing unit tests, allowing to run a number of logged tests ensuring the consistency of values, properties and call sequences during execution of test code. Both packages make extensive use of qstest in their package documentation, providing illustrated examples that are automatically verified to work as expected. For efficiency and feature completeness reasons, both styles require the use of an eTeX-based engine for LaTeX, as recommended by the LaTeX team for some years (while the source code provides a way of producing files for a non-eTeX setup, this is discouraged, untested, not feature complete, not supported by Makefile and author). Files in the bundle: Makefile: this contains rules for managing unpacking, testing, and installing the bundle in TDS-compliant trees. Interesting targets are all generated files, "test", and "install". qstest.ins: installer file. Running tex qstest.ins will unpack the packages (but not their driver files) right into the target tree if your docstrip is configured for it. If you want to unpack into the current directory instead (and avoid getting asked whether you want to overwrite old files, as is desirable for working with the program `make'), you can do so by instead running tex "\let\Make=y \input qstest.ins" Should qstest.ins be missing, you can use (or look at) the Makefile for regenerating it. makematch.dtx: documented source of makematch.sty. Running this document through LaTeX will give you the documentation of the package, but without the documented package source. qstest.dtx: documented source of qstest.sty. Running this document through LaTeX will give you the documentation of the package, but without the documented package source. The following files are also placed on CTAN for informational purposes; as part of a TeX installation it would usually be preferable to rather install DVI files with full source code listing, generated by running latex on the files of form *.drv (see below): qstest.pdf: the result of running PDFLaTeX on qstest.dtx, namely the documentation for the qstest package without source code listing. makematch.pdf: the result of running PDFLaTeX on qstest.dtx, namely the documentation for the makematch package without source code listing. The following files will be unpacked by qstest.ins: makematch.sty: this package matches pattern lists with wildcards to keyword lists. makematch.drv: this file can be run through LaTeX in order to generate the documentation for the makematch package including the full documented source code. qstest.sty: this package allows one to perform unit tests and check for values, definitions and macro call sequences to meet expectations. Call sequences are specified with a syntax reminiscent of regular expressions. qstest.drv: this file can be run through LaTeX in order to generate the documentation for the qstest package including the full documented source code. makematch-qs.tex: a standalone unit test of makematch.sty, to be run through LaTeX. qstest-qs.tex: a standalone unit test of qstest.sty, to be run through LaTeX. David Kastrup <firstname.lastname@example.org> QuinScape GmbH http://www.QuinScape.de
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qstest – Bundle for unit tests and pattern matching
The bundle contains the packages ‘makematch’ for matching patterns to targets (with a generalization in the form of pattern lists and keyword lists), and ‘qstest’ for performing unit tests, allowing the user to run a number of logged tests ensuring the consistency of values, properties and call sequences during execution of test code. Both packages make extensive use of in their package documentation, providing illustrated examples that are automatically verified to work as expected.
Check the README file for details.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Contained in||TeX Live as qstest|
|MiKTeX as qstest|
uniform typesetting of units|