I used some non-standard string fuzzers in my test recently and was wondering whether it would be a good idea to publish them as a package. Currently, I have three fuzzers:
nonblankStringFuzzer(at least one printable, i. e. non-whitespace, character)
Would there be interest in my publishing of these sorts of fuzzers? What are things I might consider?
The repo containing them is at https://github.com/Y0hy0h/string-fuzzers.
I am asking because I’ve read some time ago that generators for the fuzzers in the elm-explorations/test library are not exposed, because of concerns with people messing around with them without really understanding what they are doing. E. g. filtering fuzzers’ results instead of generating correct values. So I wanted to make sure I didn’t get into something that other people have decided against for good reasons. Hope you understand where I’m coming from.