buster-coffee

Buster.JS extension: Automatically compile CoffeeScript files before running tests

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buster-coffee

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An extension for Buster.JS to automatically compile your CoffeeScript files before running tests.

Installation

Install from npm:

npm install buster-coffee

Then add it to your buster.js config file:

config["My tests"] = {
  // ...
  extensions: [require("buster-coffee")]
  // ...
};

Configuration

The extension has no configuration options.

Example web project

See the demo/ dir for an example project using Buster.JS and buster-coffee to test a function that is implemented in CoffeeScript, using tests written in CoffeeScript.

Example web project using AMD/RequireJS

If you are using buster-amd, you don't need buster-coffee to compile your CoffeeScript files, but can instead use e.g. the require-cs AMD loader plugin. See the demo-amd/ dir for an extensive example project, using Buster.JS to test AMD modules written in CoffeeScript and loaded with RequireJS.

Node.js and require()

Currently, buster-coffee does not work with files that are to be included using require(). buster-coffee never writes any files to disk, while require() explictly looks for the files it will include on disk. Because of this, buster-coffee has limited use for Node.js development in CoffeeScript.

Changelog

0.1.4 (2013-01-06)

  • Set the ETag on the generated JavaScript resource to the same as the original CoffeeScript resource. This ensures that any generated JavaScript cached by Buster.JS will be invalidated when the CoffeeScript source changes.

0.1.3 (2012-05-24)

  • Leave .coffee files untouched if the environment setting is set to node. Contributed by Stephen Moore.

0.1.2 (2012-05-21)

  • Remove unused dependency on when.

0.1.1 (2012-05-20)

  • Use the coffee-script module's API instead of executing the coffee command.

0.1.0 (2012-05-20)

  • Initial release.

License

Copyright 2012, Stein Magnus Jodal.

Released under the Simplified BSD license. See the LICENSE file for details.

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