Card game: spec and generative testing

Specifications to represent the data that composes to create a deck of playing cards and functions that define a simple card game. spec generators are used to return varied sample data from those specifications. Function definitions are instrumented and check for correct arguments when those functions are called.

Create a project

Create a new Clojure project using clj-new tool for Clojure Tools.

clojure -A:new app practicalli/card-game

Use practicalli/clojure-deps-edn to add common tools

fork and clone the practicalli/clojure-deps-edn GitHub repository to ~/.clojure/ and instantly have access to dozens of tools for Clojure software development

Add the Clojure spec namespace

Open the src/practicalli/card_game.clj file and require the clojure.spec.alpha namespace

(ns practicalli.card-game.clj
  (:require [clojure.spec.alpha :as spec]))

Hiding code

Each page in this guide runs a self contained REPL, so the practicalli.card-game namepace, require expressions and specifications needed for each page are included as a hidden section at the top of each page. This approach removes the need to duplicate code from previous sections.

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