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4 docs/getting_started_node.md
@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ To begin you will need:
2. Add the following to your package.json file:
-```
+ ```
"scripts": {
"blanket": {
"pattern": <string to match to source file paths>
@@ -18,10 +18,8 @@ To begin you will need:
}
/* If you omit this from your package.json, Blanket will default to "src". */
-
```
-
3. Add Blanket as a require to your mocha command:
```mocha --require blanket```
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10 docs/intermediate_browser.md
@@ -15,14 +15,10 @@ To begin you will need:
2. Download a Blanket adapter for your test runner. Currently there are adapters for [Jasmine](https://raw.github.com/Migrii/blanket/master/src/adapters/jasmine-blanket.js) and (browser based) [Mocha](https://raw.github.com/Migrii/blanket/master/src/adapters/mocha-blanket.js).
2. Reference the script and adapter in the testrunner HTML file as follows:
-```
-<script src="blanket.min.js" data-cover-adapter="jasmine-blanket.js"></script>
-```
+ ```<script src="blanket.min.js" data-cover-adapter="jasmine-blanket.js"></script>```
3. Add a `data-cover-only` attribute to avoid having to add `data-cover` to each script you want covered. You can pass the filter value as a string to match, an array of filename, or a regular expression:
-```
-<script src="blanket.min.js" data-cover-adapter="jasmine-blanket.js"
- data-cover-only="['source1.js','src/source2.js']"></script>
-```
+ ```<script src="blanket.min.js" data-cover-adapter="jasmine-blanket.js"
+ data-cover-only="['source1.js','src/source2.js']"></script>```
4. Open the test runner in the browser. The coverage details will be appended below the test results.
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13 docs/intermediate_node.md
@@ -12,16 +12,13 @@ To begin you will need:
2. Add the following to top of your test runner file:
-```
-var blanket = require("blanket");
+ ```var blanket = require("blanket");
blanket.setFilter("/source/");
/*
... where `/source/` matches partially or fully the directory where the source files to be instrumented are stored.
You can also provide an array of regular expression.
-*/
-
-```
+*/```
3. Omitting the second line will default to "src". Additionally, any value provided there will override values set in the package.json file.
@@ -31,13 +28,11 @@ You can also provide an array of regular expression.
6. We will set the coverage threshold in the package.json file. The following will set the coverage threshold at 70%. Any tests falling below 70% will fail, and (when run on travis-ci) will cause the build to fail:
-```
-"scripts": {
+ ```"scripts": {
"travis-cov": {
"threshold": 70
}
-}
-```
+}```
7. Use the travis-cov reporter to display coverage percentage:
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