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Ginkgo is a Go testing framework built to help you efficiently write expressive and comprehensive tests using Behavior-Driven Development (“BDD”) style. It is best paired with the Gomega matcher library but is designed to be matcher-agnostic. These docs are written assuming you’ll be using Gomega with Ginkgo. They also assume you know your way around Go and have a good mental model for how Go organizes packages under $GOPATH. Ginkgo is tested against Go v1.6 and newer To install Go, follow the installation instructions. An empty test suite is not very interesting. While you can start to add tests directly into books_suite_test.go you’ll probably prefer to separate your tests into separate files (especially for packages with multiple files). Ginkgo builds on Go's testing package, allowing expressive Behavior-Driven Development ("BDD") style tests. It is typically (and optionally) paired with the Gomega matcher library.
- Ginkgo uses Go's testing package and can live alongside your existing testing tests. It's easy to bootstrap and start writing your first tests
- Ginkgo allows you to write tests in Go using expressive Behavior-Driven Development ("BDD") style
- Focus individual specs, and groups of specs, either programmatically or on the command line
- Run your tests in random order, and then reuse random seeds to replicate the same order
- Break up your test suite into parallel processes for straightforward test parallelization
- Built-in support for testing asynchronicity
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