On Sunday, 2 July 2017 at 13:34:25 UTC, Szabo Bogdan wrote:

I just made a new release of fluent-asserts:


Since my last announcement I improved the library with:
 - better error messages
 - better exception api
 - integration with ranges
- new asserts `executionTime` for callable and `containsOnly` for ranges - a new `Assert` utility for those who don't like the BDD style of writing asserts

Any feedback is appreciated.



I just tried it and it is really magic how good unittests can be, I love it showing the source code where it went wrong, I guess that might be a security risk but if anyone uses asserts in a production environment and it's leaking passwords it's their fault anyway. I am not really a fan of the a.should.be(b) thing but I like the Assert.equals() function, just looks more natural and easier to read to me + it is understandable by people who can't speak english better.

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