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gulp-jasmine

Run Jasmine tests

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Run Jasmine 2 tests in Node.js

Issues with the output should be reported on the Jasmine issue tracker.

Install

$ npm install --save-dev gulp-jasmine

Usage

const gulp = require('gulp');
const jasmine = require('gulp-jasmine');

gulp.task('default', () =>
    gulp.src('spec/test.js')
        // gulp-jasmine works on filepaths so you can't have any plugins before it
        .pipe(jasmine())
);

API

jasmine([options])

options

verbose

Type: boolean
Default: false

Display spec names in default reporter.

includeStackTrace

Type: boolean
Default: false

Include stack traces in failures in default reporter.

reporter

Type: object, array of objects

Reporters to use.

const gulp = require('gulp');
const jasmine = require('gulp-jasmine');
const reporters = require('jasmine-reporters');

gulp.task('default', () =>
    gulp.src('spec/test.js')
        .pipe(jasmine({
            reporter: new reporters.JUnitXmlReporter()
        }))
);

Creating your own reporter.

timeout

Type: number
Default 5000

Time to wait in milliseconds before a test automatically fails.

errorOnFail

Type: boolean
Default: true

Stops the stream on failed tests.

config

Type: object

Passes the config to Jasmine's loadConfig method.

events

jasmineDone

Emitted after all tests have been completed. For a discussion about why jasmineDone and not end nor finish, see pull request #71.

FAQ

Babel

Add require('babel-core/register'); to the top of your gulpfile.js. Make sure to read the Babel docs.

License

MIT © Sindre Sorhus

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