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Test::Deeply::Relaxed

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NAME

Test::Deeply::Relaxed - Compare two complex data structures loosely

SYNOPSIS

    use Test;
    use Test::Deeply::Relaxed;

    is-deeply-relaxed 'foo', 'foo';
    isnt-deeply-relaxed 'foo', 'bar';

    is-deeply-relaxed 5, 5;
    isnt-deeply-relaxed 5, '5';

    is-deeply-relaxed [1, 2, 3], Array[Int:D].new(1, 2, 3);

    is-deeply-relaxed {:a("foo"), :b("bar")}, Hash[Str:D].new({ :a("foo"), :b("bar") });

    # And now for the one that made me write this...
    my Array[Str:D] %opts;
    %opts<v> = Array[Str:D].new("v", "v");
    %opts<i> = Array[Str:D].new("foo.txt", "bar.txt");
    is-deeply-relaxed %opts, {:v([<v v>]), :i([<foo.txt bar.txt>]) };

    # It works with weirder types, too
    is-deeply-relaxed bag(<a b a a>), { a => 3, b => 1 }.Mix;
    isnt-deeply-relaxed bag(<a b a a>), { a => 2, b => 1 }.Mix;
    isnt-deeply-relaxed bag(<a b a a>), { a => 3, b => 1.5 }.Mix;

DESCRIPTION

The Test:::Deeply::Relaxed module provides the is-deeply-relaxed() and isnt-deeply-relaxed() functions that do not check the state of mind of the passed objects, but instead compare their structure in depth similarly to is-deeply(), but a bit more loosely. In particular, they ignore the differences between typed and untyped collections, e.g. they will consider an array and an explicit Array[Str:D] to be the same if the strings contained within are indeed the same.

FUNCTIONS

AUTHOR

Peter Pentchev <roam@ringlet.net>

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 2016, 2017 Peter Pentchev

LICENSE

The Test::Deeply::Relaxed module is distributed under the terms of the Artistic License 2.0. For more details, see the full text of the license in the file LICENSE in the source distribution.