(cram ...)

Configure Cram tests in the current directory (and subdirectories).

A single test may be configured by more than one cram stanza. In such cases, the values from all applicable cram stanzas are merged together to get the final values for all the fields.

See also

Cram Tests

(deps <dep-spec>)

Specify the dependencies of the test.

When testing binaries, it’s important to to specify a dependency on the binary for two reasons:

  • Dune must know to re-run the test when a dependency changes

  • The dependencies must be specified to guarantee that they’re visible to the test when running it.

The following introduces a dependency on foo.exe on all Cram tests in this directory:

 (deps ../foo.exe))
(applies_to <predicate-lang>)

Specify the scope of this cram stanza. By default it applies to all the Cram tests in the current directory. The special :whole_subtree value will apply the options to all tests in all subdirectories (recursively). This is useful to apply common options to an entire test suite.

The following will apply the stanza to all tests in this directory, except for foo.t and bar.t:

 (applies_to * \ foo bar)
 (deps ../foo.exe))
(enabled_if <blang>)

Control whether the tests are enabled.

(alias <name>)

Alias that can be used to run the test. In addition to the user alias, every test foo.t is attached to the @runtest alias and gets its own @foo alias to make it convenient to run individually.

(locks <lock-names>)

Specify that the tests must be run while holding the following locks.

See also


(package <name>)

Attach the tests selected by this stanza to the specified package.

(runtest_alias <true|false>)

New in version 3.12.

When set to false, do not add the tests to the runtest alias. The default is to add every Cram test to runtest, but this is not always desired.