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<ns4:p>In spite of the utility of unit tests, most R package developers do not write them. <ns4:italic>exampletestr</ns4:italic> makes it easier to <ns4:italic>start</ns4:italic> writing unit tests by creating shells/skeletons of unit tests based on the examples in the user's package documentation. When completed, these unit tests test whether said examples run <ns4:italic>correctly</ns4:italic>. By combining the functionality of <ns4:italic>exampletestr</ns4:italic> with that of <ns4:italic>covr</ns4:italic>, having ensured that their examples adequately demonstrate the features of their package, the developer can have much of the work of constructing a comprehensive set of unit tests done for them.</ns4:p>

Original publication

DOI

10.12688/wellcomeopenres.11635.1

Type

Journal article

Journal

Wellcome Open Research

Publisher

F1000 Research Ltd

Publication Date

17/05/2017

Volume

2

Pages

31 - 31