Two major announcements this week with regard to pgTAP:
First, I’ve release pgTAP 0.10. The two major categories of changes are compatibility as far back as PostgreSQL 8.0 and new functions for testing database schemas. Here’s a quick example:
BEGIN; SELECT plan(7); SELECT has_table( 'users' ); SELECT has_pk('users'); SELECT col_is_fk( 'users', ARRAY[ 'family_name', 'given_name' ]); SELECT has_table( 'widgets' ); SELECT has_pk( 'widgets' ); SLEECT col_is_pk( 'widgets', 'id' ); SELECT fk_ok( 'widgets', ARRAY[ 'user_family_name', 'user_given_name' ], 'users', ARRAY[ 'family_name', 'given_name' ], ); SELECT * FROM finish(); ROLLBACK;
Pretty cool, right? Check the documentation for all the details.
Speaking of the documentation, that link goes to the new pgTAP Web site. Not only does it include the complete documentation for pgTAP, but also instructions for integrating pgTAP into your application’s preferred test environment. Right now it includes detailed instructions for Perl + Module::Build and for PostgreSQL, but has only placeholders for PHP and Python. Send me the details on those languages or any others into which you integrate pgTAP tests and I’ll update the page.
Oh, and it has a beer. Enjoy.
I think I’ll take a little time off from pgTAP next week to give Bricolage some much-needed love. But as I’ll be given another talk on pgTAP at PostgreSQL Conference West next month, worry not! I’ll be doing a lot more with pgTAP in the coming weeks.
That is all.
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