September 06, 2011
Tobias Pankrath:

> Which is IMO a showstopper.

Because in D unittests are meant to be put beside the code they test. If you go against the language, you sometimes find troubles :-)

> How do you handle your unit tests? I am now stuffing everything related to unit tests at the bottom of the module into an private scope

I think the normal way to lay D unittests is:

function A
unittest of A
function B
unittest of B
Class C
unittest of C