Exercism Exercises in Scala
Please see the contributing guide
Some of the test suites have been generated from shared test data. If a test suite was
generated from test data, then the test suite should not be modified by hand. Instead
the shared test data should be modified, and the generator rerun. To determine if
a test suite generator was used, look inside the
testgen/src/main/scala directory. The test
suite generators are named in the form
ProblemName is a close match for the Exercism problem name.
For example, take a look at the
bob/canonical-data.json file in the x-common repository, as well
as the following files in the xscala repository:
testgen/src/main/scala/BobTestGenerator.scala- test suite generator for bob
exercises/bob/src/test/scala/BobTest.scala- generated test suite
Since a generator was used, the
exercises/bob/src/test/scala/BobTest.scala will never be edited directly.
If there's a missing test case, then additional inputs/outputs should be submitted to the x-common repository.
When submitting new exercises we encourage that a test suite generator and generated test suite is included.
We welcome pull requests that provide fixes to existing test suites (missing tests, interesting edge cases, improved APIs), as well as new problems.
If you're unsure, then go ahead and open a GitHub issue, and we'll discuss the change.
Please submit changes to a single problem per pull request unless you're submitting a general change across many of the problems (e.g. formatting).
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