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commit 1ba3317b902f98fc2556f8c4518d730544864b18 1 parent 9730199
authored October 30, 2010
34  docs/index.html
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         <ul>
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           <li><a href="#opinions">node-async-testing's opinions</a></li>
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           <li><a href="#installing">Installing</a></li>
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-          <li><a href="#getting-started">Getting started</a></li>
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+          <li><a href="#contact">Getting the source, Getting involved and Getting in touch</a></li>
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+          <li><a href="#getting-started">Where to start</a></li>
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         </ul>
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       </section>
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         <h2>You shouldn't have to learn new assertion functions</h2>
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         <p>
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         The assertion module that comes with Node is great. If you are familiar with
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-        it you won't have any problems, no need to learn new functions.
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+        it you won't have any problems, so no need to learn new functions (though
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+        you can add your own if you want).
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         </p>
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         <h2>No specifications, and no natural language suites</h2>
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         <p>
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         Not another Behavior Driven Development testing framework. I don't like
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-        specifications and what not. They only add verbosity. "Text X" followed
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+        specifications and what not. They only add verbosity. <code>"Text X"</code> followed
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         by a function is just right.
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         </p>
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         <h2>Test files should be executable by Node</h2>
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         <p>
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         No preprocessors or custom scripts.  If your test file is called
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-        "my_test_file.js" then <code>node my_test_file.js</code> should run it.
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+        <code>my_test_file.js</code> then <code>node my_test_file.js</code> should run it.
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         </p>
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       </section>
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 git clone --recursive git://github.com/bentomas/node-async-testing.git async_testing</pre></div>
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       </section>
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+      <section id="contact">
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+        <h1>Getting the source, Getting involved and Getting in touch:</h1>
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+        <p>
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+        The source code for <b>node-async-testing</b> is 
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+        <a href="http://github.com/bentomas/node-async-testing">located on GitHub</a>.
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+        Feel free to send me pull requests, or
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+        <a href="http://github.com/bentomas/node-async-testing/issues">report any issues you find</a>.
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+        If you are looking for something to do, I maintain
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+        <a href="http://github.com/bentomas/node-async-testing/blob/master/todo.txt">a list</a> of things that
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+        need to be done or things I am thinking about doing.
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+        </p>
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+        <p>
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+        To get in contact with me directly, you can send me a message on GitHub or
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+        <a href="mailto:benjamin@benjaminthomas.org">send me an email</a>.  Sometimes I can be
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+        an awful correspondent, so don't take it personally. My best friends get the same treatment.
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+        I will eventually get back to you, just sometimes it can take months.  A little
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+        prodding every now and then can't hurt.
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+        </p>
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+      </section>
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       <section id="getting-started">
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         <p>
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         Read about <a href="writing-tests.html">writing tests and suites</a> or
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   , { longFlag: 'help'
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+    , description: 'output this help message and exit'
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     }
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   ];
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