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* [http://disparatemathematician.blogspot.com/2007/08/why-testing-code-should-be-laissez.html QuickCheck : Why Testing code should be Laissez-faire] |
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* [http://www.kennknowles.com/blog/2007/12/03/calculating-the-reflect-rotate-translate-normal-form-for-an-isometry-of-the-plane-in-haskell-and-verifying-it-with-quickcheck/ Calculating the reflect-rotate-translate normal form for an isometry of the plane in Haskell, and verifying it with QuickCheck.] |
* [http://www.kennknowles.com/blog/2007/12/03/calculating-the-reflect-rotate-translate-normal-form-for-an-isometry-of-the-plane-in-haskell-and-verifying-it-with-quickcheck/ Calculating the reflect-rotate-translate normal form for an isometry of the plane in Haskell, and verifying it with QuickCheck.] |
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+ | * [http://www.jasani.org/2008/01/03/testing-haskell-with-quickcheck "Testing Haskell with QuickCheck"] |
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===HUnit === |
===HUnit === |

## Revision as of 03:02, 10 May 2008

## Type system enforcement

## Testing, correctness and proofs

### QuickCheck

- Introduction to QuickCheck
- QuickChecking a window manager
- Robustness and QuickCheck
- Parsec Parser Testing with QuickCheck
- QuickCheck : Why Testing code should be Laissez-faire
- Calculating the reflect-rotate-translate normal form for an isometry of the plane in Haskell, and verifying it with QuickCheck.
- "Testing Haskell with QuickCheck"

### HUnit

### Catch

- Does XMonad crash? On proving pattern coverage with Catch
- Preconditions on XMonad
- Equational Reasoning in Haskell

## Proofs

### GADTs

### Coq

- Strong specifications in Coq: the type says everything
- Proving the monad laws in Coq
- Strongly Specified Functions

### Isabelle

### Related work

- See the section on theorem provers