To setup fictum 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/simulo.git
Once Simulo has been downloaded into your frameworks directory, you then need to update your project's Buildfile file. This can be done like so:
config :all, :required => [:sproutcore, :simulo]
Running Simulo's Unit Tests
First you need to update your Buildfile to include sproutcore-jasmine. Note: When you go back to production, you need to recomment out these lines.
Then start your server running.
$ cd <your sproutcore project's root directory> $ sc-server
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