The 'whiskey' package now exports a 'bdd' symbol which can be required to enable BDD-style tests: var bdd = require('whiskey').bdd.init(exports); This wraps the exports object of the test module and translates the BDD tests into whiskey tests so they run normally. The one adaptation of the BDD idiom for whiskey is that test suite and spec functions being passed to describe() and it() need to accept a function parameter, respectively it() and expect() - this is to support the whiskey behavior of injecting (test, assert) into each test individually.
…pendency file. If this attribute is present, the kill_script is executed instead of sending SIGTERM to the process when stopping it. This is useful if you start a process which forks itself.
…er.start callback. Patch by Ken Wronkiewicz.