Reporter classes for the jasmine test framework. Includes JUnitXmlReporter for generating junit xml output for running in CI environments like Hudson.
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Jasmine Reporters

Jasmine Reporters is a collection of javascript jasmine.Reporter classes that can be used with the JasmineBDD testing framework.

Right now the project is focused on two new reporters:

  • ConsoleReporter - Report test results to the browser console.
  • JUnitXmlReporter - Report test results to a file (using Rhino or PyPhantomJS) in JUnit XML Report format.


Examples are included in the test directory that show how to use the reporters, as well a basic runner scripts for Rhino + envjs, and a basic runner for PhantomJS (using PyPhantomJS and the saveToFile plugin). Either of these methods could be used in a Continuous Integration project for running headless tests and generating JUnit XML output.

Rhino + EnvJS

Everything needed to run the tests in Rhino + EnvJS is included in this repository inside the ext directory, specifically Rhino 1.7r2 and envjs 1.2 for Rhino.

PhantomJS, PyPhantomJS

PhantomJS is included as a submodule inside the ext directory. The included example runner makes use of PyPhantomJS to execute the headless tests and save XML output to the filesystem.

While PhantomJS and PyPhantomJS both run on MacOS / Linux / Windows, there are specific dependencies for each platform. Specifics on installing these are not included here, but is left as an exercise for the reader. The PhantomJS project contains links to various documentation, including installation notes.

Here is how I got it working in MacOSX 10.6 (YMMV):

  • ensure you are using Python 2.6+
  • install Xcode (this gives you make, et al)
  • install qt (this gives you qmake, et al)
    • this may be easiest via homebrew
    • brew install qt
  • install the python sip module
    • pip install sip # this will fail to fully install sip, keep going
    • cd build/sip
    • python
    • make && sudo make install
  • install the python pyqt module
    • pip install pyqt # this will fail to fully install pyqt, keep going
    • cd build/pyqt
    • python
    • make && sudo make install