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andyfinnell/TestKit 0.0.1
Personal set of Swift testing utilities
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🕓 1 year ago
iOS macOS tvOS
.package(url: "https://github.com/andyfinnell/TestKit.git", from: "0.0.1")


Build Swift Package Manager compatible

TestKit is a Swift package to make testing with XCTest a tiny bit more ergonomic. It's an extraction of my personal set of testing utils so I don't have to copy-pasta them across projects.


  • Swift 5.3 or greater
  • iOS/tvOS 13 or greater OR macOS 10.15 or greater


Currently, TestKit is only available as a Swift Package.

...using a Package.swift file

Open the Package.swift file and edit it:

  1. Add TestKit repo to the dependencies array.
  2. Add TestKit as a dependency of the target that will use it
// swift-tools-version:5.3

import PackageDescription

let package = Package(
  // ...snip...
  dependencies: [
    .package(url: "https://github.com/andyfinnell/TestKit.git", from: "0.0.1")
  targets: [
    .target(name: "MyTarget", dependencies: ["TestKit"])

Then build to pull down the dependencies:

$ swift build

...using Xcode

Use the Swift Packages tab on the project to add TestKit:

  1. Open the Xcode workspace or project that you want to add TestKit to
  2. In the file browser, select the project to show the list of projects/targets on the right
  3. In the list of projects/targets on the right, select the project
  4. Select the "Swift Packages" tab
  5. Click on the "+" button to add a package
  6. In the "Choose Package Repository" sheet, search for "https://github.com/andyfinnell/TestKit.git"
  7. Click "Next"
  8. Choose the version rule you want
  9. Click "Next"
  10. Choose the target you want to add TestKit to
  11. Click "Finish"


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Release Notes

Initial version
1 year ago

Some basic faking types:

  • FakeMethodCall faking method calls on a type
  • FakeProperty faking properties on a type

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