# Cannot Find Macro in This Scope

I actually post this to see if I do this correctly. I kinda understand how macros work but importing them is a pain.

Whatever, so there's a great package called galvanic-test. I added it to my Cargo file. I used `extern crate` at the root of my crate. I imported `test_suite` macro in my `chunk` submodule and used it accordingly.

Yet `cargo build` or `cargo test` panics:

``````error: cannot find macro `test_suite` in this scope
--> src/chunk.rs:138:1
|
138 | test_suite! {
| ^^^^^^^^^^
``````

I do not understand. I think my steps are correct right?

# Environment

• cargo 1.40.0 (bc8e4c8be 2019-11-22)
• rustc 1.40.0 (73528e339 2019-12-16)
``````#[cfg(test)]
use galvanic_test::test_suite;
``````

Means that test_suite! is only imported when building tests. But the usage of test_suite! is for all builds. The test_suite! usage needs to have a #[cfg(test)] infront of it as well.

``````#[cfg(test)]
test_suite! {
...
}
``````
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Oh yeah, I'm really surprised I haven't seen that. Thanks.