Go has a lightweight testing framework.
Their doc covered how you can start writing your tests. And you can read more on the testing package.
But there are a few important things they didn’t tell you.
Run All Tests
To run tests (in the directory you are in), simply run
To specify a package directory, you have to run
go test github.com/user/stringutil. But that does not include tests in subdirectories.
To run all tests in all package directories including the subdirectories, you have to run:
go test ./...
Tests are run in package directory
But note: all tests are run with the package directory as the working directory.
In other words, take note if you are using
os.Getwd() or equivalent.
You mind think the working directory is where you run
go test ./.... But no. The working directory is the directory that the test is in.