gap

Generator friendly version of `tap`.

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gap

Generator friendly version of tap. No more t.plan() and t.end()!

Example

Test a generator friendly module, like level-co!

var level = require('level-co');
var test = require('gap');

test('db', function*(t) {
  var db = yield level(__dirname + '/db');
  yield db.put('foo', 'bar');
  t.equal(yield db.get('foo'), 'bar');
});

Remember that you need at least node v0.11.2 and should pass --harmony-generators as a flag to node. Or, use the gap cli.

API

var test = require('gap');

For all the assertion methods, see the tap documentation.

test([name], fn)

Run a test with an optional name. fn will be called from inside co, so you can yield and throw as you wish.

CLI

gap also comes with a cli that automatically sets the --harmony-generators flag for you:

$ gap test/*.js

Installation

With npm do:

npm install gap

License

(MIT)

Copyright (c) 2013 Julian Gruber <julian@juliangruber.com>

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