Chai matchers

A set of sweet chai matchers, makes your test easy to write and read. Below is the list of available matchers:

Bignumbers

Testing equality of big numbers:

expect(await token.balanceOf(wallet.address)).to.equal(993);

Available matchers for BigNumbers are: equal, eq, above, below, least, most.

Emitting events

Testing what events were emitted with what arguments:

await expect(token.transfer(walletTo.address, 7))
  .to.emit(token, 'Transfer')
  .withArgs(wallet.address, walletTo.address, 7);

Revert

Testing if transaction was reverted:

await expect(token.transfer(walletTo.address, 1007)).to.be.reverted;

Revert with message

Testing if transaction was reverted with certain message:

await expect(token.transfer(walletTo.address, 1007))
  .to.be.revertedWith('Insufficient funds');

Change balance

Testing whether the transaction changes balance of an account

await expect(() => myContract.transferWei(receiverWallet.address, 2))
  .to.changeBalance(receiverWallet, 2);

Note: transaction call should be passed to the expect as a callback (we need to check the balance before the call). The matcher can accept numbers, strings and BigNumbers as a balance change, while the address should be specified as a wallet.

Note: changeBalance calls should not be chained. If you need to chain it, you probably want to use changeBalances matcher.

Change balance (multiple accounts)

Testing whether the transaction changes balance for multiple accounts:

await expect(() => myContract.transferWei(receiverWallet.address, 2))
  .to.changeBalances([senderWallet, receiverWallet], [-2, 2]);

Proper address

Testing if string is a proper address:

expect('0x28FAA621c3348823D6c6548981a19716bcDc740e').to.be.properAddress;

Proper private key

Testing if string is a proper secret:

expect('0x706618637b8ca922f6290ce1ecd4c31247e9ab75cf0530a0ac95c0332173d7c5').to.be.properPrivateKey;

Proper hex

Testing if string is a proper hex value of given length:
expect('0x70').to.be.properHex(2);