Do you like writing jasmine specs, but find the TrivialReporter underwhelming to look at? I took the standalone runner at http://pivotal.github.com/jasmine/download.html and Twitter's bootstrap css at http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap to create jasmine-bootstrap. Here's what it looks like:
Here's what the default jasmine-html.js looks like for comparison:
I kept all the TrivialReporter's css classes and most all of its html structure intact. That way jasmine-bootstrap should work with whatever ci you may have already built around the TrivialReporter.
Does the jasmine-bootstrap reporter change anything else?
- showSkipped and showPassed are now url parameters that persist on suite re-run.
- the spec url parameter is respected by the entire suite, not just by the total number of specs run.
Grab everything in src/ and link to them in your html file:
You could also grab the minified version of bootstrap.css from http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap if you want. Starting the BootstrapReporter is just like starting the TrivialReporter:
Full example is in the test/ directory
Pivotal Labs (jasmine-standalone)
Mark Otto and Jacob Thorton (bootstrap)
Copyright (c) 2012, Sarah Brown
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