The out-of-the box unittest runner is pretty bare by design. It
just runs unittest blocks in serial as functions where assert()
failures are not undefined behavior. Assert messages are not very
helpful, though the recently added flag `-checkaction=context`
helps a lot.
Luckily there is a trait for getting unittests:
So it is possible to make your own unittest runner, as people
On Saturday, 3 August 2019 at 13:31:02 UTC, PV wrote:
Is it possible to somehow customize syntax and running of unit
You can add @("attributes") to your unittests.
The default test-runner will not do anything with them currently,
but your own test runner can.
I'd looked into the documentation, found nothing, but perhaps I
just missed it. If it is not possible, is it realistic to (very
easily) hack the D compiler to implement such feature?
Shouldn't be necessary, I think what you want can be done with
attributes and your own test runner.
Would such feature also work in betterC?
unittest blocks itself are supported in betterC, so you can
probably make it work.