crosstest

Test command line

npm install crosstest
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Crosstest

Crosstest is test command line uses to link and run test in each project with same command and style. It's also provide code pattern for javascript project.

Requirement

  • To use with node.js and javascript in browser. It requires customize test_it version.
  • To use with iOS/Mac OS project. It requires GHUnit.

Other framework will add in future.

Installation

npm install crosstest

How to run test

  • Node.js

Test file have to export test variable to make it runnable with Crosstest.

export.test = {
  'before all': function (test) {
    // This method will run before all method. 
  },

  'before each': function (test) {
    // This method will run before invoke each test. (setup)
  },

  'test name': function (test) {
    // Test method
  },

  'after each': function (test) {
    // This method will run after each test. (teardown)
  },

  'after all': function (test) {
    // This method will run after all method. 
  }
}

After create test file use ct command run it.

ct file.js

It can run all test file with ct <directory name> but file must have Test in front of it name e.g. TestLogin.js

  • GHUnit

Create GHUnit target and make it runnable in command line with this guide. And use ct run it like below

ct <project folder> <target> <class name>/<method name>

Class name and method name is optional. If it's not specify, Crosstest will run every class and every method.

  • Suite

Crosstest also have suite file which can tell which test file need to run in group. It's json file and have format like below.

{
  "name": "Suite name",
  "verbose": false,
  "script": "Script.js",
  "suite": [
    {
      "file": "<directory or file name>",
      "name": "Test name",
      "verbose": false
    }
  ]
}

script property use to point to script file that define before and after execution this suite. It's javascript file and have pattern like below.

exports.scripts = {
  before: {
    each: function (callback) {
      // Run this before each file.
      callback()
    },
    all: function (callback) {
      // Run this before every file.
      callback()
    }
  },
  after: {
    each: function (callback) {
      // Run this after each file.
      callback()
    },
    after: function (callback) {
      // Run this after every file.
      callback()
    }
  }
}
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