Submission correctness tests for shell languages
shellwhat enables you to write Submission Correctness Tests (SCTs) for interactive Shell exercises on DataCamp.
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- If you want to learn what SCTs are and how they work, visit this article specifically.
- For a complete overview of all functionality inside
shellwhatand articles about what to use when, consult https://shellwhat.readthedocs.io.
pip install shellwhat
By default, the
DummyParser is used, that does not parse the shell code.
Hence, you can not run tests that need this parser:
pytest -m "not osh"
If you also want to run these 'parser tests', there is Dockerfile to parse shell commands with the Oil parser:
# Look in Makefile for details export SHELLWHAT_PARSER='docker' make test
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