DalekJS Command line interface
npm install dalek-cli
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Dalek CLI tools
The command line interface is your interface to the world of DalekJS. This is the way to run your tests. There might be a web interface to Dalek in the future, but as long as there is not, you have to deal with this; But hey, this isn't difficult & I know you can do it!
--version, -v Shows the version of the dalek-cli & local dalek installation
--reporter, -r Reporter(s) you would like to invoke
--driver, -d Driver(s) you would like to invoke
--browser, -b Browser(s) you would like to invoke
--logLevel, -l Log level, controls the amount of information outputted to the console (0 to 5)
--no-colors Disable colorized output in the console
--no-symbols Disable UTF-8 symbols in the console
--help, -h Displays the cli help
Help Is Just A Click Away
#dalekjs on FreeNode.net IRC
#daleksjs channel on FreeNode.net to ask questions and get help.
Get announcements for new releases, share your projects and ideas that are using DalekJS, and join in open-ended discussion that does not fit in to the Github issues list or StackOverflow Q&A.
For help with syntax, specific questions on how to implement a feature using DalekJS, and other Q&A items, use StackOverflow.
Ask questions about using DalekJS in specific scenarios, with specific features. For example, help with syntax, understanding how a feature works and how to override that feature, browser specific problems and so on.
Questions on StackOverflow often turn in to blog posts or issues.
Report issues with DalekJS, submit pull requests to fix problems, or to create summarized and documented feature requests (preferably with pull requests that implement the feature).
Please don't ask questions or seek help in the issues list. There are other, better channels for seeking assistance, like StackOverflow and the Google Groups mailing list.
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Copyright (c) 2013 Sebastian Golasch
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