type-assertions: Runtime type assertions for testing

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This package provides a way to make runtime assertions about types that cooperate with the typechecker, intended for use in testing. For more information, see the module documentation for Test.TypeAssertions.

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This module provides a set of runtime assertions about types that propogates information back to the type system, using Data.Typeable and Data.Type.Equality. These assertions are intended to be used in a test suite (and exclusively in a test suite) to create monomorphic implementations of polymorphic functions. Specifically, this is intended to be used with a package like test-fixture to stub out polymorphic typeclass methods with monomorphic implementations.

For more information, see the documentation on Hackage.