According to the docs, shUnit2:
…is a xUnit unit test framework for Bourne based shell scripts, and it is designed to work in a similar manner to JUnit, PyUnit, etc.. If you have ever had the desire to write a unit test for a shell script, shUnit2 can do the job.
In this post, I introduce the subject of unit testing shell scripts using Kate Ward’s shUnit2 unit testing framework, and show how I have used it to solve some testing problems.
Install on a Mac
To install on a Macbook, run:
$ brew install shunit2
The following files are installed:
$ find /usr/local/bin/shunit2 /usr/local/Cellar/shunit2 /usr/local/bin/shunit2 /usr/local/Cellar/shunit2 /usr/local/Cellar/shunit2/2.1.6 /usr/local/Cellar/shunit2/2.1.6/.brew /usr/local/Cellar/shunit2/2.1.6/.brew/shunit2.rb /usr/local/Cellar/shunit2/2.1.6/bin /usr/local/Cellar/shunit2/2.1.6/bin/shunit2 /usr/local/Cellar/shunit2/2.1.6/INSTALL_RECEIPT.json