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Python envjasmine wrapper

This is a thin python wrapper around the envjasmine JavaScript testing framework.

Installation

You can install pyenvjasmine using pip or easy_install:

pip install pyenvjasmine
easy_install pyenvjasmine

Or you can grab the latest sources and install it from there:

python setup.py install

Also, you can use it directly from the sources directory, in development mode (useful if you want to contribute to the project):

pip install -e .

Running pyenvjasmine tests

To run the tests on this code here (as opposed to your JavaScript code you want to test), install pyenvjasmine and then run:

nosetests --cover-package=pyenvjasmine --cover-erase \
--with-coverage --with-doctest $*

Note

If you have installed pyenvjasmine in development mode, you can simply run:

nosetests -c nose.cfg

to run the tests from within the pyenvjasmine sources directory.

Run your own tests

The easiest way is to put your "specs" (JavaScript tests) into some directory in your code, then in your python tests, add a new TestCase with just one test that runs all your JavaScript tests.

The simplest solution is to set capture_output to False, so you see the output from the js tests on the console. Something like this:

import unittest
from pyenvjasmine.runner import TestRunner

class JavaScriptTests(unittest.TestCase):
    def test_my_javascript(self):
        runner = TestRunner(
                  testdir='/path/to/my/testdir',
                  configfile='relative/path/to/configfile')
        runner.run(capture_output=False)

If you want a more integrated test control, you could set capture_output to True, then parse the test output that is returned from the run() method, with something like this:

import unittest
from pyenvjasmine.runner import TestRunner

class JavaScriptTests(unittest.TestCase):
    def test_my_javascript_no_output(self):
        runner = TestRunner(
                  testdir='/path/to/my/testdir',
                  configfile='relative/path/to/configfile')
        res = runner.run(capture_output=True)
        lines = res.splitlines()
        self.assertTrue('Failed: 0' in lines)
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