Open source is all about DIY! If you want something fixed, it's sometimes faster to just roll your sleeves up, not to mention lots more rewarding. This doc will give you some pointers on where to look when you poke around Testem's source code.
testem.js is the main entry point of the program. It then delegates to either
lib/ci_mode_app.js depending on whether it's development mode
testem or continuous integration mode
testem ci. All of the rest of the Node application's source is under the
lib folder. You can probably figure out the rest from there.
The source code for the browser side is under the folders
views- are HTML templates used to generate default test runner pages
To check that you didn't accidentally break stuff while mucking around, you can run the tests.
This runs the unit tests on the Node side of things.
There are also some integrations tests that test running all the examples in the
examples folder by cd'ing into each and executing
On Unix do
and on Windows do
This is where I am going deviate from the norm. I am a semicolon-less, leading comma kind of guy. It is unconventional, but there's is method to the madness. You are not required to follow my coding style. The only principles you should follow are
- Have fun.
- Be thoughtful of others.