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lab throws with ReferenceError: __$$labCov is not defined when run with coverage enabled and no code to cover #143

nlf opened this issue Aug 7, 2014 · 0 comments · Fixed by #144


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@nlf nlf commented Aug 7, 2014

To reproduce:

mkdir lab-test
cd lab-test
npm i lab
mkdir test

Create the file test/index.js with the following contents:

var Lab = require('lab');

var lab = exports.lab = Lab.script();
var expect = Lab.expect;
var describe = lab.experiment;
var it = lab.test;

describe('math', function () {

    it('adds one and one', function (done) {


Run the tests with coverage enabled: ./node_modules/.bin/lab -t 100

Obviously, this is a contrived example, but I noticed it when I was creating a template for an empty test suite and thought I should bring it up since crashes are rarely ever the desired result of anything.

@nlf nlf added the bug label Aug 7, 2014
@geek geek added this to the 4.0.1 milestone Aug 8, 2014
@geek geek self-assigned this Aug 8, 2014
@arb arb closed this in #144 Aug 8, 2014
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