Versions 0.0.2 and lower use swank, version 0.0.3 and greater use nrepl. Going forward, I will only be supporting the nrepl code.
Please note Expectations v1.3.7 or greater is required to use expectations-mode.
You can either install the package manually or use the package manager package.el.
To install using the package manager, add the marmalade repo to your package-archives:
(require 'package) (add-to-list 'package-archives '("marmalade" . "http://marmalade-repo.org/packages/") t)
And package-install expectations-mode in the usual way.
To install manually, download expectations-mode.el, put it somewhere on your Emacs load path, and require it inside of init.el
This will add a
clojure-mode-hook to enable
whenever a Clojure test file is opened that has a namespace with
'expectations.' or '-expectations' inside of it.
For example namespaces like...
(ns myproject.expectations.core (:use expectations)) (ns myproject.core-expectations (:use expectations))
expectations-mode to automatically activate. Where as
(ns myproject.test.core (:use clojure.test))
...will be ignored.
Expectations colourises its output by default. To turn this off and get rid of the annoying characters in your output, add this to your init.el in an appropriate place:
(setenv "EXPECTATIONS_COLORIZE" "false")
Current key mappings are:
C-c , run tests in ns C-c C-, run tests in ns C-c k clear test results C-c ' show message for test under cursor
The keybindings are a subset of the bindings used in
clojure-test-mode and work the same way.
The shortcuts to run individual tests are not required, as you
generally use the
-focus version of the expectations macros to run
an expectation in isolation.
Distributed under the GNU General Public License; see C-h t to view.