bats – bash automated testing system

Bats is a TAP-compliant testing framework for Bash. It provides a simple way to verify that the UNIX programs you write behave as expected. Bats is most useful when testing software written in Bash, but you can use it to test any UNIX program.

Package availability chart
Distribution Base version Our version Architectures
Debian GNU/Linux 10.0 (buster) 0.4.0-1.1 1.8.0-3~nd100+1 i386, amd64, sparc, armel, arm64, ppc64el
Debian GNU/Linux 11.0 (bullseye) 1.2.1-3 1.8.0-3~nd110+1 i386, amd64, sparc, armel, arm64
Debian GNU/Linux 9.0 (stretch) 0.4.0-1.1 1.8.0-3~nd90+1 i386, amd64, sparc, armel, arm64
Debian testing (bookworm) 1.8.0-3 1.8.0-3~nd120+1 i386, amd64, sparc, armel, arm64
Debian unstable (sid) 1.8.0-3 1.8.0-3~nd+1 i386, amd64, sparc, armel, arm64
Ubuntu 16.04 “Xenial Xerus” (xenial) 0.4.0-1ubuntu4 1.2.1-3~nd16.04+1 i386, amd64, sparc, armel
Ubuntu 18.04 “Bionic Beaver” (bionic) 0.4.0-1.1 1.8.0-3~nd18.04+1 i386, amd64, sparc, armel, arm64
Ubuntu 20.04 “Focal Fossa” (focal) 1.1.0+git104-g1c83a1b-1 1.8.0-3~nd20.04+1 i386, amd64, sparc, armel, arm64
Ubuntu 21.10 “Impish Indri” (impish) 1.2.1-3build1    
Ubuntu 22.04 “Jammy Jellyfish” (jammy) 1.2.1-3build1 1.8.0-3~nd22.04+1 i386, amd64, sparc, armel, arm64

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