TimeWarp.Fixie 1.0.1

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dotnet add package TimeWarp.Fixie --version 1.0.1                
NuGet\Install-Package TimeWarp.Fixie -Version 1.0.1                
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<PackageReference Include="TimeWarp.Fixie" Version="1.0.1" />                
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add TimeWarp.Fixie --version 1.0.1                
#r "nuget: TimeWarp.Fixie, 1.0.1"                
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive and Polyglot Notebooks. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install TimeWarp.Fixie as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=TimeWarp.Fixie&version=1.0.1

// Install TimeWarp.Fixie as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=TimeWarp.Fixie&version=1.0.1                

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Create a new test project.

dotnet new classlib -n MyProject.Tests

Add Nugets to the project

dotnet add package TimeWarp.Fixie
dotnet add package Fixie.TestAdapter --version 3.2.0

Create a dotnet tool manifest.

dotnet new tool-manifest

Add Fixie.Console to the manifest

dotnet tool install Fixie.Console

Inside your fixie project create a class that inherits from Fixie.Conventions.TestConvention

class TestProject : TimeWarp.Fixie.TestingConvention { }

This will then use the TimeWarp.Fixie convention.

Create a sample test. First we will add FluentAssertions you could use basic Asserts or any other assertion library.

dotnet add package FluentAssertions --version 6.7.0

Create a sample test case.

namespace ConventionTest_;

using FluentAssertions;
using TimeWarp.Fixie;

public class SimpleNoApplicationTest_Should_
  public static void AlwaysPass() => true.Should().BeTrue();

  [Skip("Demonstrates skip attribute")]
  public static void SkipExample() => true.Should().BeFalse();

  public static void TagExample() => true.Should().BeTrue();

  [Input(5, 3, 2)]
  [Input(8, 5, 3)]
  public static void Subtract(int aX, int aY, int aExpectedDifference)
    int result = aX - aY;

Execute the tests:

dotnet fixie

How to filter tests by Name

From fixie docs

The optional argument --tests (abbreviated -t) lets you specify which tests to run.

A full test name match will run that single test:

dotnet fixie MyTestProject --tests Full.Namespace.MyTestClass.MyTestMethod

To avoid having to type the full namespace or method name, there is an implicit wildcard at the start and end of the pattern. Here we run an entire test class:

dotnet fixie MyTestProject --tests MyTestClass

There is an implicit lowercase letter wildcard, whenever a capital letter is followed by a non-lowercase character. In other words, you can type "MTC" to match "MyTestClass". Here we run a select few related tests within that class:

dotnet fixie MyTestProject --tests MTC.ShouldValidateThat

Although unnecessary in most realistic cases, an explicit * wildcard will match any sequence of zero or more characters:

dotnet fixie MyTestProject --tests MTC.*Validate

When all tests are run by omitting the --tests argument, passing tests are omitted for brevity. However, because a --tests pattern may in fact be more inclusive than the developer intended, the console output will include passing test names in addition to other test results as feedback whenever this argument is used.

How to filter tests by Tags

If you want to only run tests with a given tag/s you can do this by passing in the --Tag parameter after --. If you want to run more than one Tag pass the parameter multiple times.


dotnet fixie --no-build -- --Tag Fast --Tag Smoke
dotnet fixie -- --Tag Smoke




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Commands used

dotnet new sln
dotnet new classlib -n timewarp-fixie
dotnet new classlib -n TimeWarp.Fixie.Tests
dotnet sln add .\source\timewarp-fixie\timewarp-fixie.csproj
dotnet new tool-manifest
dotnet tool install dotnet-cleanup
dotnet tool install Fixie.Console
dotnet cleanup -y
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