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error-pages GET / ✓ should respond with page list Accept: text/html GET /403 ✓ should respond with 403 GET /404 ✓ should respond with 404 GET /500 ✓ should respond with 500 Accept: application/json GET /403 ✓ should respond with 403 GET /404 ✓ should respond with 404 GET /500 ✓ should respond with 500 Accept: text/plain GET /403 ✓ should respond with 403 GET /404 ✓ should respond with 404 GET /500 ✓ should respond with 500 error GET / ✓ should respond with 500 GET /next ✓ should respond with 500 GET /missing ✓ should respond with 404 markdown GET / ✓ should respond with html GET /fail ✓ should respond with an error multi-router GET / ✓ should respond with root handler GET /api/v1/ ✓ should respond with APIv1 root handler GET /api/v1/users ✓ should respond with users from APIv1 GET /api/v2/ ✓ should respond with APIv2 root handler GET /api/v2/users ✓ should respond with users from APIv2 mvc GET / ✓ should redirect to /users GET /pet/0 ✓ should get pet GET /pet/0/edit ✓ should get pet edit page PUT /pet/2 ✓ should update the pet GET /users ✓ should display a list of users (70ms) GET /user/:id when present ✓ should display the user ✓ should display the users pets when not present ✓ should 404 GET /user/:id/edit ✓ should display the edit form PUT /user/:id ✓ should 500 on error ✓ should update the user POST /user/:id/pet ✓ should create a pet for user (19ms) params GET / ✓ should respond with instructions GET /user/0 ✓ should respond with a user GET /user/9 ✓ should fail to find user GET /users/0-2 ✓ should respond with three users GET /users/foo-bar ✓ should fail integer parsing resource GET / ✓ should respond with instructions GET /users ✓ should respond with all users GET /users/1 ✓ should respond with user 1 GET /users/9 ✓ should respond with error GET /users/1..3 ✓ should respond with users 1 through 3 DELETE /users/1 ✓ should delete user 1 DELETE /users/9 ✓ should fail GET /users/1..3.json ✓ should respond with users 2 and 3 as json route-map GET /users ✓ should respond with users DELETE /users ✓ should delete users GET /users/:id ✓ should get a user GET /users/:id/pets ✓ should get a users pets GET /users/:id/pets/:pid ✓ should get a users pet route-separation GET / ✓ should respond with index GET /users ✓ should list users GET /user/:id ✓ should get a user ✓ should 404 on missing user GET /user/:id/view ✓ should get a user ✓ should 404 on missing user (13ms) GET /user/:id/edit ✓ should get a user to edit PUT /user/:id/edit ✓ should edit a user POST /user/:id/edit?_method=PUT ✓ should edit a user GET /posts ✓ should get a list of posts vhost example.com GET / ✓ should say hello GET /foo ✓ should say foo foo.example.com GET / ✓ should redirect to /foo bar.example.com GET / ✓ should redirect to /bar web-service GET /api/users without an api key ✓ should respond with 400 bad request with an invalid api key ✓ should respond with 401 unauthorized with a valid api key ✓ should respond users json GET /api/repos without an api key ✓ should respond with 400 bad request with an invalid api key ✓ should respond with 401 unauthorized with a valid api key ✓ should respond repos json GET /api/user/:name/repos without an api key ✓ should respond with 400 bad request with an invalid api key ✓ should respond with 401 unauthorized with a valid api key ✓ should respond user repos json ✓ should 404 with unknown user when requesting an invalid route ✓ should respond with 404 json 1123 passing (4s) ============================================================================= Writing coverage object [/home/runner/build/expressjs/express/coverage/coverage.json] Writing coverage reports at [/home/runner/build/expressjs/express/coverage] ============================================================================= =============================== Coverage summary =============================== Statements : 98.81% ( 1916/1939 ), 38 ignored Branches : 94.58% ( 751/794 ), 22 ignored Functions : 100% ( 267/267 ) Lines : 100% ( 1872/1872 ) ================================================================================ The command "npm run test-ci" exited with 0. $ npm run lint > email@example.com lint /home/runner/build/expressjs/express > eslint . The command "npm run lint" exited with 0. store build cache $ # Upload coverage to coveralls Done. Your build exited with 0.
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