Exercism problems in Crystal.
Test all exercises with:
$ make test-exercises
Test single exercises with:
$ make test-exercise EXERCISE=exercise-name
generator/src/generators and create a new generator file (i.e.
This file should contain 2 classes:
There are two ways for the generator to get the test data.
Local: The problem-specifications repo must reside at the same level as the developer's crystal directory, and must contain a canonical-data.json file for the given exercise.
Remote: If the local problem-specifications repo doesn't exist, a request is made to GitHub to download (and cache) the test's canonical-data.json file.
From within the crystal directory:
$ crystal generator/generator.cr hello-world
Or build a binary and use that:
$ make generate-exercise GENERATOR=hello-world
NOTE: A binary version of the generator is built automatically when needed for a given make target, but you may build it manually at any time by running
make build-generator (or rebuild it with
make clean build-generator).
This can be used for refreshing the tests when changes are made to the problem-specifications repo. Or for testing the full functionality of the test generator.
$ make generate-exercises
$ make test-generator
$ make clean
Use this command to delete any transient files and build artifacts. This is potentially useful for troubleshooting purposes as it will purge any stale cached files, rebuild the generator when needed and can be combined with other make targets (e.g.
make clean test).
Please see the contributing guide
The Crystal logo is assumed to be owned by Manas SA. It appears to be released under version 2.0 of the Apache license, along with the Crystal codebase. It may also fall within the public domain, since the version we are using is a geometric shape. We have cropped it for use on Exercism.