Hi, I'm attempting to organize tests in my package into subfolders/modules instead of having them in a giant main.rkt test submodule, but am running into some issues and was hoping for some advice on the best way to do it. I think the primary issue is related to source compilation order in raco, but am also curious how other people organize their tests.
I've moved all of the tests into a tests/ subfolder in the main project tree. When I build the project using raco setup, it builds both the project files as well as the tests contained in the tests/ folder. At this point, if I run the tests as is, they result in an error. If instead I first delete the compiled/ subfolder in the tests folder, the tests then work fine. I think the tests may be getting compiled against the version of the compiled collection which is immediately replaced by a fresh compilation during raco setup. This is the error I'm seeing when I run the tests: default-load-handler: expected a `module' declaration, but found something else file: /Users/siddhartha/work/lisp/racket/relation/tests/compiled/algebraic-test_rkt.dep context...: default-load-handler standard-module-name-resolver module-path-index-resolve module-declared? I could add a make target to clean the test compiled folder prior to running tests, but it seemed like there must be a better way. So my main questions are: 1. Is there a way to exclude certain folders (such as tests) in the raco setup stage? For reference, the command I'm using is raco setup --no-docs --tidy --pkgs relation. 2. Is this a good way to organize tests? Are there any standard recommended ways? Would appreciate any input, -Sid -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Racket Users" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to racket-users+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/racket-users/CACQBWF%3D5iwYRCOgwEmwNSh27QzpfE1pjFqvzzB_1KNs3zgHX5g%40mail.gmail.com.