See the website, http://opal.github.com.
Build the runtime, tests and dependencies:
Run tests using phantom.js runner:
Alternatively, after building, you can open
spec/index.html in any
core directory holds the opal runtime and corelib implemented in
rake opal, as above.
lib directory holds the opal parser/compiler used to compile ruby
- core contains rubyspecs that apply to opal.
- language applicable specs from rubyspec for testing language semantics
- opal tests for extra methods/features in opal not found in standard ruby
- lib specs for opal lib (parser, erb_parser, grammar etc)
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