Techelson, a test execution engine for Michelson
Techelson is a Test Execution Engine for Michelson. It aims at testing functional properties of Michelson smart contracts. Make sure to check the user documentation to get a sense of Techelson's workflow and features.
For Liquidity programmers interested in Techelson, take a look at this blog post discussing how to write tests in Liquidity and run them using Techelson.
Techelson is still young: if you have problems, suggestions or feature requests please open an issue on the repository.
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