grunt-template-jasmine-steal

StealJS template for grunt-contrib-jasmine

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Steal template for Jasmine unit tests

Installation

npm install grunt-template-jasmine-steal --save-dev

Template Options

templateOptions.steal.url

Type: String Default: path to steal.js (defaults to internal version, probably not desired)

The steal script to use.

templateOptions.steal.map

Type: Object

This object is JSON.stringify()-ed into the template and passed into steal.map()

templateOptions.steal.executed

Type: Object

This object is JSON.stringify()-ed into the template and passed into steal.executed()

templateOptions.steal.options

Type: Object

This object is JSON.stringify()-ed into the template and set as the default steal options object in the page, before steal is loaded.

Sample usage

// Example configuration
grunt.initConfig({
  connect: {
    test : {
      options: {
        base : '.',
        port : '?'
      }
    }
  },

  jasmine: {
    taskName: {
      src: 'src/**/*.js',
      options: {
        specs: 'spec/*Spec.js',
        helpers: 'spec/*Helper.js',
        host: 'http://127.0.0.1:<%= connect.test.options.port %>/',
        template: require('grunt-template-jasmine-steal'),
        templateOptions: {
          steal: {
                  url: 'src/steal/steal.js',
            map: {
                '.grunt': '../.grunt'
            },
            options: {
              logLevel: 3
            }
          }
        }
      }
    }
  }
}

Note the usage of the 'connect' task configuration. You will need to use a task like grunt-contrib-connect if you need to test your tasks on a running server.

Steal notes

With this template, you can use steal in your spec files the same way you would in the rest of your application.

/* example widget_spec.js */
steal('widget.js', function() {

    describe('the widget', function() {
        it('is a widget', function() {
            expect(window.Widget).toBeDefined();
        })
    })
})
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