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I'm trying to test functions of a library with Truffle. But they don't seem to be available.

The library is named Commons and I include it as I would include a contract:

var Commons = artifacts.require("./Commons.sol");

But if I do

let foo = Commons.new();
let returnValue = foo.getBalancePeriod(5);

I get:

TypeError: foo.getBalancePeriod is not a function

If I instead do

let returnValue = Commons.getBalancePeriod(5);

I just get:

TypeError: Commons.getBalancePeriod is not a function

I made sure that the function name is exactly as it was defined in the library but the function just doesn't seem to exist.

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Try this and let us know the result:

var Commons = artifacts.require("./Commons.sol");

contract("Commons", function(accounts) {
    it('should revert the transaction of getBalancePeriod if conditions are not met', function() {
        return Commons.deployed()
        .then(function (instance) {
            return instance.getBalancePeriod(5);
        });
    });
});

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  • Thank you very much! Works like a charm.
    – UTF-8
    Commented Jan 27, 2020 at 16:59
  • Well, the functions need to be async because I need to await the result. But then it works like a charm. (Without it, it at least doesn't crash anymore but only returns a promise.)
    – UTF-8
    Commented Jan 27, 2020 at 17:03

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