Mirador runs automatically your mocha tests when any file in the project changes.
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Mirador runs automatically mocha tests when any file in the project changes.
Use npm to install globally Mirador
npm install -g mirador
Mirador needs mocha, of course, to run your tests.
A further version will be able to accept any test engine.
In addition to mocha, Mirador needs watch module in order to track changes on your project.
mirador in the root folder of your project.
Any time your save your work, mirador triggers the tests. Just see your terminal to see the passing and failing tests.
To quit, just use
^C in your terminal.
I'll appreciate all kind of contribution.
Would like to fix a bug, improve the code or add a feature? Please, do it the right (ordered) way:
- Fork Mirador
- Clone the forked version on your computer
- Create a new (well named) branch
- Do the fun job locally
- Commit (with a good explicit message) your job
- Push it to your forked project
- Pull request a merge
- Take a coffee!
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