Safe Haskell | None |
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Language | Haskell2010 |

Applicative properties

You will need `TypeApplications`

to use these.

## Synopsis

- applicativeSpecOnValid :: forall (f :: * -> *). (Eq (f Int), Show (f Int), Applicative f, Typeable f, GenValid (f Int)) => Spec
- applicativeSpec :: forall (f :: * -> *). (Eq (f Int), Show (f Int), Applicative f, Typeable f, GenUnchecked (f Int)) => Spec
- applicativeSpecOnArbitrary :: forall (f :: * -> *). (Eq (f Int), Show (f Int), Applicative f, Typeable f, Arbitrary (f Int)) => Spec
- applicativeSpecOnGens :: forall (f :: * -> *) (a :: *) (b :: *) (c :: *). (Show a, Eq a, Show (f a), Eq (f a), Show (f b), Eq (f b), Show (f c), Eq (f c), Applicative f, Typeable f, Typeable a, Typeable b, Typeable c) => Gen a -> String -> Gen (f a) -> String -> Gen (f b) -> String -> Gen (a -> b) -> String -> Gen (f (a -> b)) -> String -> Gen (f (b -> c)) -> String -> Spec

# Documentation

applicativeSpecOnValid :: forall (f :: * -> *). (Eq (f Int), Show (f Int), Applicative f, Typeable f, GenValid (f Int)) => Spec Source #

Standard test spec for properties of Applicative instances for values generated with GenValid instances

Example usage:

applicativeSpecOnArbitrary @[]

applicativeSpec :: forall (f :: * -> *). (Eq (f Int), Show (f Int), Applicative f, Typeable f, GenUnchecked (f Int)) => Spec Source #

Standard test spec for properties of Applicative instances for values generated with GenUnchecked instances

Example usage:

applicativeSpecOnArbitrary @[]

applicativeSpecOnArbitrary :: forall (f :: * -> *). (Eq (f Int), Show (f Int), Applicative f, Typeable f, Arbitrary (f Int)) => Spec Source #

Standard test spec for properties of Applicative instances for values generated with Arbitrary instances

Example usage:

applicativeSpecOnArbitrary @[]

applicativeSpecOnGens :: forall (f :: * -> *) (a :: *) (b :: *) (c :: *). (Show a, Eq a, Show (f a), Eq (f a), Show (f b), Eq (f b), Show (f c), Eq (f c), Applicative f, Typeable f, Typeable a, Typeable b, Typeable c) => Gen a -> String -> Gen (f a) -> String -> Gen (f b) -> String -> Gen (a -> b) -> String -> Gen (f (a -> b)) -> String -> Gen (f (b -> c)) -> String -> Spec Source #

Standard test spec for properties of Applicative instances for values generated by given generators (and names for those generator).

Unless you are building a specific regression test, you probably want to use the other `applicativeSpec`

functions.

Example usage:

applicativeSpecOnGens @Maybe @String (pure "ABC") "ABC" (Just <$> pure "ABC") "Just an ABC" (pure Nothing) "purely Nothing" ((++) <$> genValid) "prepends" (pure <$> ((++) <$> genValid)) "prepends in a Just" (pure <$> (flip (++) <$> genValid)) "appends in a Just"