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Integration for Jasmine BDD with Sproutcore

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jasmine-sproutcore

jasmine-sproutcore provides two tools for integrating Jasmine with the Sproutcore framework.

  • a Sproutcore framework that should be a drop-in replacement of QUnit with Jasmine for testing
  • a set of helpers for doing things like click in integration tests - please see Simulo for simulating events in integration tests

Installation

To setup jasmine-sproutcore to work in your SproutCore project, we need to add the framework to your application.

$ cd <your sproutcore project's root directory>
$ mkdir frameworks # if you don't already have a frameworks folder
$ cd frameworks
$ git clone git://github.com/gmoeck/jasmine-sproutcore.git

Once this has been added to your application, you need to modify your buildfile to use the framework. If you have not previously modified your buildfile, you can just use the sample buildfile from jasmine-sproutcore by doing the following from within your frameworks folder:

cp jasmine-sproutcore/Buildfile.sample ../Buildfile

If you have previously modified your buildfile, then you need to further modify it to include the following:

require File.expand_path('../frameworks/jasmine-sproutcore/builders/jasmine_builder', __FILE__)
... (Your Previously written setup)
namespace :build do
  desc "builds a jasmine unit test"
  build_task :test do
    Jasmine::Builder::Test.build ENTRY, DST_PATH
  end
end

You can now write your tests the same way that you normally would using qunit, except in Jasmine.

Running Your Tests

You can run your test the same way you would run your QUnit tests, which is through the build server. You can access your tests at:

http://localhost:4020/YOUR_APP_NAME_HERE/en/current/tests.html

What I usually like to do though is to create a folder for integration tests within my tests folder, and a folder for unit tests. Then I can run them separately with these two urls:

http://localhost:4020/YOUR_APP_NAME_HERE/en/current/tests/integration.html
http://localhost:4020/YOUR_APP_NAME_HERE/en/current/tests/unit.html

Thanks To

Lauri Fjällström for the initial poke in the right direction with changing the build

License:

(The MIT License)

Copyright © 2011 Gregory Moeck

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