The Convoluted Magic of Leiningen Test Selectors

Running Clojure tests in Leiningen projects is fairly simple for most use-cases. For a few out-of-the-ordinary use-cases, however, it can become surprisingly difficult to control. In this post, we look at how to write Leiningen test selectors that go beyond simple use-cases.

A sample integration test build on our CI/CD platform. To run an integration test build like this, we need to select tests that are classified as “integration tests”. This can be done in Leiningen through test selectors.

The Pivotal Role of Test Selectors in Continuous Delivery

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