Execute the following:
git clone https://github.com/chrivers/pyjaco cd pyjaco make
And the game of life should show in the browser. If it doesn't, it's a bug. You can generate that file using
python examples/gol.py > examples/gol.html
Will run all tests, that are supposed to work. If any test fails, it's a bug.
Will run all tests with "foo" in the name. Very useful for running a group of tests.
Will run all tests including those that are known to fail (currently). It should be understandable from the output.
./run_tests.py -x or ./run_tests.py --no-error
Will run tests but ignore if an error is raised by the test. This is not affecting the error generated by the test files in the tests directory.
For more flags then described here
Single test cases
With the "casetest" script you can keep comparing the output of pyjaco to the output of python on the same python script. It's very useful if you are debugging the compiler or standard library.
Will run foo.py through python and pyjaco, and display the differences. It will then display a line of "#", and wait for you to press enter to do another iteration. When the files match, casetest will exit.
From source code:
import sys from pyjaco import Compiler code = open("tojs.py", "r") compiler = Compiler() compiler.append_string(code.read()) print str(compiler)
Using the pyjs.py script:
./pyjs.py filename.py --output filename.js --watch
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