asserts

Test grouping and formatting to make working with vanilla node assert marginally easier

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Description

Test grouping and formatting to make working with vanilla node assert marginally easier

Latest Version

4.0.0

Installation

npm install asserts

or in package.json

{
  ...
  "dependencies": {
    "asserts": "4.0.0"
  }
}

Usage

NOTE: Examples below work but are out of date in demonstrating current functionality (particularly async support, .dir, and .all.*) check test/test.js for better examples.

examples/happy.js looks like this:

var Assert = require('assert');
var Asserts = require('asserts');

Asserts({
  foo : function() {
    Assert.equal("something", "something", "optional message");
    Assert.equal(2, 2);
  },
  barf : {
    ing : function () {
      Assert.equal(1, 1, "okay");
    },
    ed : function() {
      Assert.equal(2, 2, "yep");
    }
  }
});

and when run looks like this:

examples/sad.js looks like this:

var Assert = require('assert');
var Asserts = require('asserts');

Asserts({
  "foo": function() {
    Assert.equal("something", "something", "optional message");
    Assert.equal(2, 2);
  },
  "barf" : {
    "ing": function () {
      Assert.equal(1, 1, "okay");
    },
    "ed": function() {
      Assert.equal(2, 3, "yep");
    },
    "o": {
      "rama": function() {
        Assert.equal(2, 10, "MATH");
      },
      "hnooooo": function() {
        Assert.equal(1, 1);
      }
    }
  },
  "meh": function() {
    Assert.equal(1, 2, "oh nooooo");
  }
});

and when run looks like this:

Check test/test.js for example of Asserts.dir and Asserts.['equal', 'notEqual', 'deepEqual', 'notDeepEqual', 'strictEqual', 'notStrictEqual']

TODO

add better documentation for 4.0.0 stuff - async support, .all., .dir

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