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+/**
+ * Pavlov - Behavioral API over QUnit
+ *
+ * version 0.2.3
+ *
+ * http://michaelmonteleone.net/projects/pavlov
+ * http://github.com/mmonteleone/pavlov
+ *
+ * Copyright (c) 2009 Michael Monteleone
+ * Licensed under terms of the MIT License (README.markdown)
+ */
+(function(){
+ // capture reference to global scope
+ var globalScope = this;
+
+ // ===========
+ // = Helpers =
+ // ===========
+
+ // Trimmed versions of jQuery helpers for use only within pavlov
+
+ /**
+ * Iterates over an object or array
+ * @param {Object|Array} object object or array to iterate
+ * @param {Function} callback callback for each iterated item
+ */
+ var each = function(object, callback) {
+ var name;
+ var i = 0;
+ var length = object.length;
+
+ if ( length === undefined ) {
+ for ( name in object ) {
+ if ( callback.call( object[ name ], name, object[ name ] ) === false ) {
+ break;
+ }
+ }
+ } else {
+ for ( var value = object[0];
+ i < length && callback.call( value, i, value ) !== false;
+ value = object[++i] ) {}
+ }
+
+ return object;
+ };
+
+ /**
+ * converts an array-like object to an array
+ * @param {Object} array array-like object
+ * @returns array
+ */
+ var makeArray = function(array) {
+ var ret = [];
+
+ var i = array.length;
+ while( i ) { ret[--i] = array[i]; }
+
+ return ret;
+ };
+
+ /**
+ * returns whether or not an object is an array
+ * @param {Object} obj object to test
+ * @returns whether or not object is array
+ */
+ var isArray = function(obj) {
+ return Object.prototype.toString.call(obj) === "[object Array]";
+ };
+
+ /**
+ * merges properties form one object to another
+ * @param {Object} dest object to receive merged properties
+ * @param {Object} src object containing properies to merge
+ */
+ var extend = function(dest, src) {
+ for(var prop in src) {
+ dest[prop] = src[prop];
+ }
+ };
+
+ /**
+ * minimalist (and yes, non-optimal/leaky) event binder
+ * not meant for wide use. only for jquery-less internal use in pavlov
+ * @param {Element} elem Event-triggering Element
+ * @param {String} type name of event
+ * @param {Function} fn callback
+ */
+ var addEvent = function(elem, type, fn){
+ if ( elem.addEventListener ) {
+ elem.addEventListener( type, fn, false );
+ } else if ( elem.attachEvent ) {
+ elem.attachEvent( "on" + type, fn );
+ }
+ };
+
+
+ // ====================
+ // = Example Building =
+ // ====================
+
+ var examples = [];
+ var currentExample;
+
+ /**
+ * Example Class
+ * Represents an instance of an example (a describe)
+ * contains references to parent and nested examples
+ * exposes methods for returning combined lists of before, after, and names
+ * @constructor
+ * @param {example} parent example to append self as child to (optional)
+ */
+ function example(parent) {
+ // private
+
+ if(parent) {
+ // if there's a parent, append self as nested example
+ parent.children.push(this);
+ } else {
+ // otherwise, add this as a new root example
+ examples.push(this);
+ }
+
+ var thisExample = this;
+
+ /**
+ * Rolls up list of current and ancestors values for given prop name
+ * @param {String} prop Name of property to roll up
+ * @returns array of values corresponding to prop name
+ */
+ var rollup = function(prop) {
+ var items = [];
+ var node = thisExample;
+ while(node !== null) {
+ items.push(node[prop]);
+ node = node.parent;
+ }
+ return items;
+ };
+
+ // public
+
+ // parent example
+ this.parent = parent ? parent : null;
+ // nested examples
+ this.children = [];
+ // name of this description
+ this.name = '';
+ // function to happen before all contained specs
+ this.before = function() {};
+ // function to happen after all contained specs
+ this.after = function() {};
+ // array of it() tests
+ this.specs = [];
+
+ /**
+ * rolls up this and ancestor's before functions
+ * @returns arrayt of functions
+ */
+ this.befores = function(){
+ return rollup('before').reverse();
+ };
+ /**
+ * Rolls up this and ancestor's after functions
+ * @returns array of functions
+ */
+ this.afters = function(){
+ return rollup('after');
+ };
+ /**
+ * Rolls up this and ancestor's description names, joined
+ * @returns string of joined description names
+ */
+ this.names = function(){
+ return rollup('name').reverse().join(', ');
+ };
+ }
+
+
+
+ // ==============
+ // = Assertions =
+ // ==============
+
+ /**
+ * Collection of default-bundled assertion implementations
+ */
+ var assertions = {
+ equals: function(actual, expected, message) {
+ equals(actual, expected, message);
+ },
+ isEqualTo: function(actual, expected, message) {
+ equals(actual, expected, message);
+ },
+ isNotEqualTo: function(actual, expected, message) {
+ ok(actual !== expected, message);
+ },
+ isSameAs: function(actual, expected, message) {
+ same(actual, expected, message);
+ },
+ isNotSameAs: function(actual, expected, message) {
+ ok(!QUnit.equiv(actual, expected), message);
+ },
+ isTrue: function(actual, message) {
+ ok(actual, message);
+ },
+ isFalse: function(actual, message) {
+ ok(!actual, message);
+ },
+ isNull: function(actual, message) {
+ ok(actual === null, message);
+ },
+ isNotNull: function(actual, message) {
+ ok(actual !== null, message);
+ },
+ isDefined: function(actual, message) {
+ ok(typeof(actual) !== 'undefined', message);
+ },
+ isUndefined: function(actual, message) {
+ ok(typeof(actual) === 'undefined', message);
+ },
+ pass: function(actual, message) {
+ ok(true, message);
+ },
+ fail: function(actual, message) {
+ ok(!true, message);
+ },
+ throwsException: function(actual, expectedErrorDescription, message) {
+ /* can optionally accept expected error message */
+ try{
+ actual();
+ ok(!true, message);
+ } catch(e) {
+ if(arguments.length > 1) {
+ ok(e === expectedErrorDescription, message);
+ } else {
+ ok(true, message);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ };
+
+ /**
+ * AssertionHandler
+ * represents instance of an assertion regarding a particular
+ * actual value, and provides an api around asserting that value
+ * against any of the bundled assertion handlers and custom ones.
+ * @constructor
+ * @param {Object} value A test-produced value to assert against
+ */
+ var assertHandler = function(value) {
+ this.value = value;
+ };
+ /**
+ * Appends assertion methods to the assertHandler prototype
+ * For each provided assertion implementation, adds an identically named
+ * assertion function to assertionHandler prototype which can run impl
+ * @param {Object} asserts Object containing assertion implementations
+ */
+ var addAssertions = function(asserts) {
+ each(asserts, function(name, fn){
+ assertHandler.prototype[name] = function() {
+ // implement this handler against backend
+ // by pre-pending assertHandler's current value to args
+ var args = makeArray(arguments);
+ args.unshift(this.value);
+ fn.apply(this, args);
+ };
+ });
+ };
+ // pre-add all the default bundled assertions
+ addAssertions(assertions);
+
+
+
+ // =====================
+ // = Pavlov Public API =
+ // =====================
+
+
+ /**
+ * Object containing methods to be made available as public API
+ */
+ var api = {
+ /**
+ * Initiates a new Example context
+ * @param {String} description Name of what's being "described"
+ * @param {Function} fn Function containing description (before, after, specs, nested examples)
+ */
+ describe: function(description, fn) {
+ if(arguments.length < 2) {
+ throw("both 'description' and 'fn' arguments are required");
+ }
+
+ // capture reference to current example before construction
+ var originalExample = currentExample;
+ try{
+ // create new current example for construction
+ currentExample = new example(currentExample);
+ currentExample.name = description;
+ fn();
+ } finally {
+ // restore original reference after construction
+ currentExample = originalExample;
+ }
+ },
+
+ /**
+ * Sets a function to occur before all contained specs and nested examples' specs
+ * @param {Function} fn Function to be executed
+ */
+ before: function(fn) {
+ if(arguments.length === 0) {
+ throw("'fn' argument is required");
+ }
+ currentExample.before = fn;
+ },
+
+ /**
+ * Sets a function to occur after all contained tests and nested examples' tests
+ * @param {Function} fn Function to be executed
+ */
+ after: function(fn) {
+ if(arguments.length === 0) {
+ throw("'fn' argument is required");
+ }
+ currentExample.after = fn;
+ },
+
+ /**
+ * Creates a spec (test) to occur within an example
+ * When not passed fn, creates a spec-stubbing fn which asserts fail "Not Implemented"
+ * @param {String} specification Description of what "it" "should do"
+ * @param {Function} fn Function containing a test to assert that it does indeed do it (optional)
+ */
+ it: function(specification, fn) {
+ if(arguments.length === 0) {
+ throw("'specification' argument is required");
+ }
+ thisApi = this;
+ if(fn) {
+ currentExample.specs.push([specification, fn]);
+ } else {
+ // if not passed an implementation, create an implementation that simply asserts fail
+ thisApi.it(specification, function(){thisApi.assert.fail('Not Implemented');});
+ }
+ },
+
+ /**
+ * Generates a row spec for each argument passed, applying
+ * each argument to a new call against the spec
+ * @returns an object with an it() function for defining
+ * function to be called for each of given's arguments
+ * @param {Array} arguments either list of values or list of arrays of values
+ */
+ given: function() {
+ if(arguments.length === 0) {
+ throw("at least one argument is required");
+ }
+ var args = makeArray(arguments);
+ var thisIt = this.it;
+
+ return {
+ /**
+ * Defines a row spec (test) which is applied against each
+ * of the given's arguments.
+ */
+ it: function(specification, fn) {
+ each(args, function(){
+ var arg = this;
+ thisIt("given " + arg + ", " + specification, function(){
+ fn.apply(this, isArray(arg) ? arg : [arg]);
+ });
+ });
+ }
+ };
+ },
+
+ /**
+ * Assert a value against any of the bundled or custom assertions
+ * @param {Object} value A value to be asserted
+ * @returns an assertHandler instance to fluently perform an assertion with
+ */
+ assert: function(value) {
+ return new assertHandler(value);
+ },
+
+ /**
+ * specifies test runner to synchronously wait
+ * @param {Number} ms Milliseconds to wait
+ * @param {Function} fn Function to execute after ms has
+ * passed before resuming
+ */
+ wait: function(ms, fn) {
+ if(arguments.length < 2) {
+ throw("both 'ms' and 'fn' arguments are required");
+ }
+ stop();
+ QUnit.specify.globalObject.setTimeout(function(){
+ fn();
+ start();
+ }, ms);
+ }
+ };
+
+ // extend api's assert function for easier syntax for blank pass and fail
+ extend(api.assert, {
+ /**
+ * Shortcuts assert().pass() with assert.pass()
+ * @param {String} message Assertion message (optional)
+ */
+ pass: function(message){
+ (new assertHandler()).pass(message);
+ },
+ /**
+ * Shortcuts assert().fail() with assert.fail()
+ * @param {String} message Assertion message (optional)
+ */
+ fail: function(message){
+ (new assertHandler()).fail(message);
+ }
+ });
+
+ /**
+ * Extends a function's scope
+ * applies the extra scope to the function returns un-run new version of fn
+ * inspired by Yehuda Katz's metaprogramming Screw.Unit
+ * different in that new function can still accept all parameters original function could
+ * @param {Function} fn Target function for extending
+ * @param {Object} thisArg Object for the function's "this" to refer
+ * @param {Object} extraScope object whose members will be added to fn's scope
+ * @returns Modified version of original function with extra scope. Can still
+ * accept parameters of original function
+ */
+ var extendScope = function(fn, thisArg, extraScope) {
+
+ // get a string of the fn's parameters
+ var params = fn.toString().match(/\(([^\)]*)\)/)[1];
+ // get a string of fn's body
+ var source = fn.toString().match(/^[^\{]*\{((.*\s*)*)\}/m)[1];
+
+ // create a new function with same parameters and
+ // body wrapped in a with(extraScope){ }
+ fn = new Function(
+ "extraScope" + (params ? ", " + params : ""),
+ "with(extraScope){" + source + "}");
+
+ // returns a fn wrapper which takes passed args,
+ // pre-pends extraScope arg, and applies to modified fn
+ return function(){
+ var args = [extraScope];
+ each(arguments,function(){
+ args.push(this);
+ });
+ fn.apply(thisArg, args);
+ };
+ };
+
+ /**
+ * Top-level Specify method. Declares a new QUnit.specify context
+ * @param {String} name Name of what's being specified
+ * @param {Function} fn Function containing exmaples and specs
+ */
+ var specify = function(name, fn) {
+ if(arguments.length < 2) {
+ throw("both 'name' and 'fn' arguments are required")
+ }
+ examples = [];
+ currentExample = null;
+
+ // set the test suite title
+ document.title = name + " Specifications";
+ addEvent(window,'load',function(){
+ // document.getElementsByTag('h1').innerHTML = name;
+ var h1s = document.getElementsByTagName('h1');
+ if(h1s.length > 0)
+ h1s[0].innerHTML = document.title;
+ });
+
+ if(QUnit.specify.globalApi) {
+ // if set to extend global api,
+ // extend global api and run example builder
+ extend(globalScope, api);
+ fn();
+ } else {
+ // otherwise, extend example builder's scope with api
+ // and run example builder
+ extendScope(fn, this, api)();
+ }
+
+ // compile examples into flat qunit statements
+ var qunitStatements = compile(examples);
+
+ // run qunit tests
+ each(qunitStatements, function(){ this(); });
+ };
+
+
+
+
+ // ==========================================
+ // = Example-to-QUnit Statement Compilation =
+ // ==========================================
+
+ /**
+ * Compiles nested set of examples into flat array of QUnit statements
+ * @param {Array} examples Array of possibly nested Example instances
+ * @returns array of QUnit statements each wrapped in an anonymous fn
+ */
+ var compile = function(examples) {
+ var statements = [];
+
+ /**
+ * Comples a single example and its children into QUnit statements
+ * @param {Example} example Single example instance
+ * possibly with nested instances
+ */
+ var compileDescription = function(example) {
+
+ // get before and after rollups
+ var befores = example.befores();
+ var afters = example.afters();
+
+ // create a module with setup and teardown
+ // that executes all current befores/afters
+ statements.push(function(){
+ module(example.names(), {
+ setup: function(){
+ each(befores, function(){ this(); });
+ },
+ teardown: function(){
+ each(afters, function(){ this(); });
+ }
+ });
+ });
+
+ // create a test for each spec/"it" in the example
+ each(example.specs, function(){
+ var spec = this;
+ statements.push(function(){
+ test(spec[0],spec[1]);
+ });
+ });
+
+ // recurse through example's nested examples
+ each(example.children, function() {
+ compileDescription(this);
+ });
+ };
+
+
+ // compile all root examples
+ each(examples, function() {
+ compileDescription(this, statements);
+ });
+
+ return statements;
+ };
+
+
+
+ // =====================
+ // = Expose Public API =
+ // =====================
+
+ // extend QUnit
+ QUnit.specify = specify;
+ // add global settings onto QUnit.specify
+ extend(specify, {
+ version: '0.2.3',
+ globalApi: false, // when true, adds api to global scope
+ extendAssertions: addAssertions, // function for adding custom assertions
+ globalObject: window // injectable global containing setTimeout and pals
+ });
+
+})();
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+/*
+ * QUnit - A JavaScript Unit Testing Framework
+ *
+ * http://docs.jquery.com/QUnit
+ *
+ * Copyright (c) 2009 John Resig, Jörn Zaefferer
+ * Dual licensed under the MIT (MIT-LICENSE.txt)
+ * and GPL (GPL-LICENSE.txt) licenses.
+ */
+
+(function(window) {
+
+var QUnit = {
+
+ // Initialize the configuration options
+ init: function() {
+ config = {
+ stats: { all: 0, bad: 0 },
+ moduleStats: { all: 0, bad: 0 },
+ started: +new Date,
+ blocking: false,
+ autorun: false,
+ assertions: [],
+ filters: [],
+ queue: []
+ };
+
+ var tests = id("qunit-tests"),
+ banner = id("qunit-banner"),
+ result = id("qunit-testresult");
+
+ if ( tests ) {
+ tests.innerHTML = "";
+ }
+
+ if ( banner ) {
+ banner.className = "";
+ }
+
+ if ( result ) {
+ result.parentNode.removeChild( result );
+ }
+ },
+
+ // call on start of module test to prepend name to all tests
+ module: function(name, testEnvironment) {
+ config.currentModule = name;
+
+ synchronize(function() {
+ if ( config.currentModule ) {
+ QUnit.moduleDone( config.currentModule, config.moduleStats.bad, config.moduleStats.all );
+ }
+
+ config.currentModule = name;
+ config.moduleTestEnvironment = testEnvironment;
+ config.moduleStats = { all: 0, bad: 0 };
+
+ QUnit.moduleStart( name, testEnvironment );
+ });
+ },
+
+ asyncTest: function(testName, expected, callback) {
+ if ( arguments.length === 2 ) {
+ callback = expected;
+ expected = 0;
+ }
+
+ QUnit.test(testName, expected, callback, true);
+ },
+
+ test: function(testName, expected, callback, async) {
+ var name = testName, testEnvironment, testEnvironmentArg;
+
+ if ( arguments.length === 2 ) {
+ callback = expected;
+ expected = null;
+ }
+ // is 2nd argument a testEnvironment?
+ if ( expected && typeof expected === 'object') {
+ testEnvironmentArg = expected;
+ expected = null;
+ }
+
+ if ( config.currentModule ) {
+ name = config.currentModule + " module: " + name;
+ }
+
+ if ( !validTest(name) ) {
+ return;
+ }
+
+ synchronize(function() {
+ QUnit.testStart( testName );
+
+ testEnvironment = extend({
+ setup: function() {},
+ teardown: function() {}
+ }, config.moduleTestEnvironment);
+ if (testEnvironmentArg) {
+ extend(testEnvironment,testEnvironmentArg);
+ }
+
+ // allow utility functions to access the current test environment
+ QUnit.current_testEnvironment = testEnvironment;
+
+ config.assertions = [];
+ config.expected = expected;
+
+ try {
+ if ( !config.pollution ) {
+ saveGlobal();
+ }
+
+ testEnvironment.setup.call(testEnvironment);
+ } catch(e) {
+ QUnit.ok( false, "Setup failed on " + name + ": " + e.message );
+ }
+
+ if ( async ) {
+ QUnit.stop();
+ }
+
+ try {
+ callback.call(testEnvironment);
+ } catch(e) {
+ fail("Test " + name + " died, exception and test follows", e, callback);
+ QUnit.ok( false, "Died on test #" + (config.assertions.length + 1) + ": " + e.message );
+ // else next test will carry the responsibility
+ saveGlobal();
+
+ // Restart the tests if they're blocking
+ if ( config.blocking ) {
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+ }
+ }
+ });
+
+ synchronize(function() {
+ try {
+ checkPollution();
+ testEnvironment.teardown.call(testEnvironment);
+ } catch(e) {
+ QUnit.ok( false, "Teardown failed on " + name + ": " + e.message );
+ }
+
+ try {
+ QUnit.reset();
+ } catch(e) {
+ fail("reset() failed, following Test " + name + ", exception and reset fn follows", e, reset);
+ }
+
+ if ( config.expected && config.expected != config.assertions.length ) {
+ QUnit.ok( false, "Expected " + config.expected + " assertions, but " + config.assertions.length + " were run" );
+ }
+
+ var good = 0, bad = 0,
+ tests = id("qunit-tests");
+
+ config.stats.all += config.assertions.length;
+ config.moduleStats.all += config.assertions.length;
+
+ if ( tests ) {
+ var ol = document.createElement("ol");
+ ol.style.display = "none";
+
+ for ( var i = 0; i < config.assertions.length; i++ ) {
+ var assertion = config.assertions[i];
+
+ var li = document.createElement("li");
+ li.className = assertion.result ? "pass" : "fail";
+ li.innerHTML = assertion.message || "(no message)";
+ ol.appendChild( li );
+
+ if ( assertion.result ) {
+ good++;
+ } else {
+ bad++;
+ config.stats.bad++;
+ config.moduleStats.bad++;
+ }
+ }
+
+ var b = document.createElement("strong");
+ b.innerHTML = name + " <b style='color:black;'>(<b class='fail'>" + bad + "</b>, <b class='pass'>" + good + "</b>, " + config.assertions.length + ")</b>";
+
+ addEvent(b, "click", function() {
+ var next = b.nextSibling, display = next.style.display;
+ next.style.display = display === "none" ? "block" : "none";
+ });
+
+ addEvent(b, "dblclick", function(e) {
+ var target = e && e.target ? e.target : window.event.srcElement;
+ if ( target.nodeName.toLowerCase() === "strong" ) {
+ var text = "", node = target.firstChild;
+
+ while ( node.nodeType === 3 ) {
+ text += node.nodeValue;
+ node = node.nextSibling;
+ }
+
+ text = text.replace(/(^\s*|\s*$)/g, "");
+
+ if ( window.location ) {
+ window.location.href = window.location.href.match(/^(.+?)(\?.*)?$/)[1] + "?" + encodeURIComponent(text);
+ }
+ }
+ });
+
+ var li = document.createElement("li");
+ li.className = bad ? "fail" : "pass";
+ li.appendChild( b );
+ li.appendChild( ol );
+ tests.appendChild( li );
+
+ if ( bad ) {
+ var toolbar = id("qunit-testrunner-toolbar");
+ if ( toolbar ) {
+ toolbar.style.display = "block";
+ id("qunit-filter-pass").disabled = null;
+ id("qunit-filter-missing").disabled = null;
+ }
+ }
+
+ } else {
+ for ( var i = 0; i < config.assertions.length; i++ ) {
+ if ( !config.assertions[i].result ) {
+ bad++;
+ config.stats.bad++;
+ config.moduleStats.bad++;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ QUnit.testDone( testName, bad, config.assertions.length );
+
+ if ( !window.setTimeout && !config.queue.length ) {
+ done();
+ }
+ });
+
+ if ( window.setTimeout && !config.doneTimer ) {
+ config.doneTimer = window.setTimeout(function(){
+ if ( !config.queue.length ) {
+ done();
+ } else {
+ synchronize( done );
+ }
+ }, 13);
+ }
+ },
+
+ /**
+ * Specify the number of expected assertions to gurantee that failed test (no assertions are run at all) don't slip through.
+ */
+ expect: function(asserts) {
+ config.expected = asserts;
+ },
+
+ /**
+ * Asserts true.
+ * @example ok( "asdfasdf".length > 5, "There must be at least 5 chars" );
+ */
+ ok: function(a, msg) {
+ QUnit.log(a, msg);
+
+ config.assertions.push({
+ result: !!a,
+ message: msg
+ });
+ },
+
+ /**
+ * Checks that the first two arguments are equal, with an optional message.
+ * Prints out both actual and expected values.
+ *
+ * Prefered to ok( actual == expected, message )
+ *
+ * @example equal( format("Received {0} bytes.", 2), "Received 2 bytes." );
+ *
+ * @param Object actual
+ * @param Object expected
+ * @param String message (optional)
+ */
+ equal: function(actual, expected, message) {
+ push(expected == actual, actual, expected, message);
+ },
+
+ notEqual: function(actual, expected, message) {
+ push(expected != actual, actual, expected, message);
+ },
+
+ deepEqual: function(a, b, message) {
+ push(QUnit.equiv(a, b), a, b, message);
+ },
+
+ notDeepEqual: function(a, b, message) {
+ push(!QUnit.equiv(a, b), a, b, message);
+ },
+
+ strictEqual: function(actual, expected, message) {
+ push(expected === actual, actual, expected, message);
+ },
+
+ notStrictEqual: function(actual, expected, message) {
+ push(expected !== actual, actual, expected, message);
+ },
+
+ start: function() {
+ // A slight delay, to avoid any current callbacks
+ if ( window.setTimeout ) {
+ window.setTimeout(function() {
+ if ( config.timeout ) {
+ clearTimeout(config.timeout);
+ }
+
+ config.blocking = false;
+ process();
+ }, 13);
+ } else {
+ config.blocking = false;
+ process();
+ }
+ },
+
+ stop: function(timeout) {
+ config.blocking = true;
+
+ if ( timeout && window.setTimeout ) {
+ config.timeout = window.setTimeout(function() {
+ QUnit.ok( false, "Test timed out" );
+ QUnit.start();
+ }, timeout);
+ }
+ },
+
+ /**
+ * Resets the test setup. Useful for tests that modify the DOM.
+ */
+ reset: function() {
+ if ( window.jQuery ) {
+ jQuery("#main").html( config.fixture );
+ jQuery.event.global = {};
+ jQuery.ajaxSettings = extend({}, config.ajaxSettings);
+ }
+ },
+
+ /**
+ * Trigger an event on an element.
+ *
+ * @example triggerEvent( document.body, "click" );
+ *
+ * @param DOMElement elem
+ * @param String type
+ */
+ triggerEvent: function( elem, type, event ) {
+ if ( document.createEvent ) {
+ event = document.createEvent("MouseEvents");
+ event.initMouseEvent(type, true, true, elem.ownerDocument.defaultView,
+ 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, false, false, false, false, 0, null);
+ elem.dispatchEvent( event );
+
+ } else if ( elem.fireEvent ) {
+ elem.fireEvent("on"+type);
+ }
+ },
+
+ // Safe object type checking
+ is: function( type, obj ) {
+ return Object.prototype.toString.call( obj ) === "[object "+ type +"]";
+ },
+
+ // Logging callbacks
+ done: function(failures, total) {},
+ log: function(result, message) {},
+ testStart: function(name) {},
+ testDone: function(name, failures, total) {},
+ moduleStart: function(name, testEnvironment) {},
+ moduleDone: function(name, failures, total) {}
+};
+
+// Backwards compatibility, deprecated
+QUnit.equals = QUnit.equal;
+QUnit.same = QUnit.deepEqual;
+
+// Maintain internal state
+var config = {
+ // The queue of tests to run
+ queue: [],
+
+ // block until document ready
+ blocking: true
+};
+
+// Load paramaters
+(function() {
+ var location = window.location || { search: "", protocol: "file:" },
+ GETParams = location.search.slice(1).split('&');
+
+ for ( var i = 0; i < GETParams.length; i++ ) {
+ GETParams[i] = decodeURIComponent( GETParams[i] );
+ if ( GETParams[i] === "noglobals" ) {
+ GETParams.splice( i, 1 );
+ i--;
+ config.noglobals = true;
+ } else if ( GETParams[i].search('=') > -1 ) {
+ GETParams.splice( i, 1 );
+ i--;
+ }
+ }
+
+ // restrict modules/tests by get parameters
+ config.filters = GETParams;
+
+ // Figure out if we're running the tests from a server or not
+ QUnit.isLocal = !!(location.protocol === 'file:');
+})();
+
+// Expose the API as global variables, unless an 'exports'
+// object exists, in that case we assume we're in CommonJS
+if ( typeof exports === "undefined" || typeof require === "undefined" ) {
+ extend(window, QUnit);
+ window.QUnit = QUnit;
+} else {
+ extend(exports, QUnit);
+ exports.QUnit = QUnit;
+}
+
+if ( typeof document === "undefined" || document.readyState === "complete" ) {
+ config.autorun = true;
+}
+
+addEvent(window, "load", function() {
+ // Initialize the config, saving the execution queue
+ var oldconfig = extend({}, config);
+ QUnit.init();
+ extend(config, oldconfig);
+
+ config.blocking = false;
+
+ var userAgent = id("qunit-userAgent");
+ if ( userAgent ) {
+ userAgent.innerHTML = navigator.userAgent;
+ }
+
+ var toolbar = id("qunit-testrunner-toolbar");
+ if ( toolbar ) {
+ toolbar.style.display = "none";
+
+ var filter = document.createElement("input");
+ filter.type = "checkbox";
+ filter.id = "qunit-filter-pass";
+ filter.disabled = true;
+ addEvent( filter, "click", function() {
+ var li = document.getElementsByTagName("li");
+ for ( var i = 0; i < li.length; i++ ) {
+ if ( li[i].className.indexOf("pass") > -1 ) {
+ li[i].style.display = filter.checked ? "none" : "";
+ }
+ }
+ });
+ toolbar.appendChild( filter );
+
+ var label = document.createElement("label");
+ label.setAttribute("for", "qunit-filter-pass");
+ label.innerHTML = "Hide passed tests";
+ toolbar.appendChild( label );
+
+ var missing = document.createElement("input");
+ missing.type = "checkbox";
+ missing.id = "qunit-filter-missing";
+ missing.disabled = true;
+ addEvent( missing, "click", function() {
+ var li = document.getElementsByTagName("li");
+ for ( var i = 0; i < li.length; i++ ) {
+ if ( li[i].className.indexOf("fail") > -1 && li[i].innerHTML.indexOf('missing test - untested code is broken code') > - 1 ) {
+ li[i].parentNode.parentNode.style.display = missing.checked ? "none" : "block";
+ }
+ }
+ });
+ toolbar.appendChild( missing );
+
+ label = document.createElement("label");
+ label.setAttribute("for", "qunit-filter-missing");
+ label.innerHTML = "Hide missing tests (untested code is broken code)";
+ toolbar.appendChild( label );
+ }
+
+ var main = id('main');
+ if ( main ) {
+ config.fixture = main.innerHTML;
+ }
+
+ if ( window.jQuery ) {
+ config.ajaxSettings = window.jQuery.ajaxSettings;
+ }
+
+ QUnit.start();
+});
+
+function done() {
+ if ( config.doneTimer && window.clearTimeout ) {
+ window.clearTimeout( config.doneTimer );
+ config.doneTimer = null;
+ }
+
+ if ( config.queue.length ) {
+ config.doneTimer = window.setTimeout(function(){
+ if ( !config.queue.length ) {
+ done();
+ } else {
+ synchronize( done );
+ }
+ }, 13);
+
+ return;
+ }
+
+ config.autorun = true;
+
+ // Log the last module results
+ if ( config.currentModule ) {
+ QUnit.moduleDone( config.currentModule, config.moduleStats.bad, config.moduleStats.all );
+ }
+
+ var banner = id("qunit-banner"),
+ tests = id("qunit-tests"),
+ html = ['Tests completed in ',
+ +new Date - config.started, ' milliseconds.<br/>',
+ '<span class="passed">', config.stats.all - config.stats.bad, '</span> tests of <span class="total">', config.stats.all, '</span> passed, <span class="failed">', config.stats.bad,'</span> failed.'].join('');
+
+ if ( banner ) {
+ banner.className = (config.stats.bad ? "qunit-fail" : "qunit-pass");
+ }
+
+ if ( tests ) {
+ var result = id("qunit-testresult");
+
+ if ( !result ) {
+ result = document.createElement("p");
+ result.id = "qunit-testresult";
+ result.className = "result";
+ tests.parentNode.insertBefore( result, tests.nextSibling );
+ }
+
+ result.innerHTML = html;
+ }
+
+ QUnit.done( config.stats.bad, config.stats.all );
+}
+
+function validTest( name ) {
+ var i = config.filters.length,
+ run = false;
+
+ if ( !i ) {
+ return true;
+ }
+
+ while ( i-- ) {
+ var filter = config.filters[i],
+ not = filter.charAt(0) == '!';
+
+ if ( not ) {
+ filter = filter.slice(1);
+ }
+
+ if ( name.indexOf(filter) !== -1 ) {
+ return !not;
+ }
+
+ if ( not ) {
+ run = true;
+ }
+ }
+
+ return run;
+}
+
+function push(result, actual, expected, message) {
+ message = message || (result ? "okay" : "failed");
+ QUnit.ok( result, result ? message + ": " + expected : message + ", expected: " + QUnit.jsDump.parse(expected) + " result: " + QUnit.jsDump.parse(actual) );
+}
+
+function synchronize( callback ) {
+ config.queue.push( callback );
+
+ if ( config.autorun && !config.blocking ) {
+ process();
+ }
+}
+
+function process() {
+ while ( config.queue.length && !config.blocking ) {
+ config.queue.shift()();
+ }
+}
+
+function saveGlobal() {
+ config.pollution = [];
+
+ if ( config.noglobals ) {
+ for ( var key in window ) {
+ config.pollution.push( key );
+ }
+ }
+}
+
+function checkPollution( name ) {
+ var old = config.pollution;
+ saveGlobal();
+
+ var newGlobals = diff( old, config.pollution );
+ if ( newGlobals.length > 0 ) {
+ ok( false, "Introduced global variable(s): " + newGlobals.join(", ") );
+ config.expected++;
+ }
+
+ var deletedGlobals = diff( config.pollution, old );
+ if ( deletedGlobals.length > 0 ) {
+ ok( false, "Deleted global variable(s): " + deletedGlobals.join(", ") );
+ config.expected++;
+ }
+}
+
+// returns a new Array with the elements that are in a but not in b
+function diff( a, b ) {
+ var result = a.slice();
+ for ( var i = 0; i < result.length; i++ ) {
+ for ( var j = 0; j < b.length; j++ ) {
+ if ( result[i] === b[j] ) {
+ result.splice(i, 1);
+ i--;
+ break;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ return result;
+}
+
+function fail(message, exception, callback) {
+ if ( typeof console !== "undefined" && console.error && console.warn ) {
+ console.error(message);
+ console.error(exception);
+ console.warn(callback.toString());
+
+ } else if ( window.opera && opera.postError ) {
+ opera.postError(message, exception, callback.toString);
+ }
+}
+
+function extend(a, b) {
+ for ( var prop in b ) {
+ a[prop] = b[prop];
+ }
+
+ return a;
+}
+
+function addEvent(elem, type, fn) {
+ if ( elem.addEventListener ) {
+ elem.addEventListener( type, fn, false );
+ } else if ( elem.attachEvent ) {
+ elem.attachEvent( "on" + type, fn );
+ } else {
+ fn();
+ }
+}
+
+function id(name) {
+ return !!(typeof document !== "undefined" && document && document.getElementById) &&
+ document.getElementById( name );
+}
+
+// Test for equality any JavaScript type.
+// Discussions and reference: http://philrathe.com/articles/equiv
+// Test suites: http://philrathe.com/tests/equiv
+// Author: Philippe Rathé <prathe@gmail.com>
+QUnit.equiv = function () {
+
+ var innerEquiv; // the real equiv function
+ var callers = []; // stack to decide between skip/abort functions
+
+
+ // Determine what is o.
+ function hoozit(o) {
+ if (QUnit.is("String", o)) {
+ return "string";
+
+ } else if (QUnit.is("Boolean", o)) {
+ return "boolean";
+
+ } else if (QUnit.is("Number", o)) {
+
+ if (isNaN(o)) {
+ return "nan";
+ } else {
+ return "number";
+ }
+
+ } else if (typeof o === "undefined") {
+ return "undefined";
+
+ // consider: typeof null === object
+ } else if (o === null) {
+ return "null";
+
+ // consider: typeof [] === object
+ } else if (QUnit.is( "Array", o)) {
+ return "array";
+
+ // consider: typeof new Date() === object
+ } else if (QUnit.is( "Date", o)) {
+ return "date";
+
+ // consider: /./ instanceof Object;
+ // /./ instanceof RegExp;
+ // typeof /./ === "function"; // => false in IE and Opera,
+ // true in FF and Safari
+ } else if (QUnit.is( "RegExp", o)) {
+ return "regexp";
+
+ } else if (typeof o === "object") {
+ return "object";
+
+ } else if (QUnit.is( "Function", o)) {
+ return "function";
+ } else {
+ return undefined;
+ }
+ }
+
+ // Call the o related callback with the given arguments.
+ function bindCallbacks(o, callbacks, args) {
+ var prop = hoozit(o);
+ if (prop) {
+ if (hoozit(callbacks[prop]) === "function") {
+ return callbacks[prop].apply(callbacks, args);
+ } else {
+ return callbacks[prop]; // or undefined
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ var callbacks = function () {
+
+ // for string, boolean, number and null
+ function useStrictEquality(b, a) {
+ if (b instanceof a.constructor || a instanceof b.constructor) {
+ // to catch short annotaion VS 'new' annotation of a declaration
+ // e.g. var i = 1;
+ // var j = new Number(1);
+ return a == b;
+ } else {
+ return a === b;
+ }
+ }
+
+ return {
+ "string": useStrictEquality,
+ "boolean": useStrictEquality,
+ "number": useStrictEquality,
+ "null": useStrictEquality,
+ "undefined": useStrictEquality,
+
+ "nan": function (b) {
+ return isNaN(b);
+ },
+
+ "date": function (b, a) {
+ return hoozit(b) === "date" && a.valueOf() === b.valueOf();
+ },
+
+ "regexp": function (b, a) {
+ return hoozit(b) === "regexp" &&
+ a.source === b.source && // the regex itself
+ a.global === b.global && // and its modifers (gmi) ...
+ a.ignoreCase === b.ignoreCase &&
+ a.multiline === b.multiline;
+ },
+
+ // - skip when the property is a method of an instance (OOP)
+ // - abort otherwise,
+ // initial === would have catch identical references anyway
+ "function": function () {
+ var caller = callers[callers.length - 1];
+ return caller !== Object &&
+ typeof caller !== "undefined";
+ },
+
+ "array": function (b, a) {
+ var i;
+ var len;
+
+ // b could be an object literal here
+ if ( ! (hoozit(b) === "array")) {
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ len = a.length;
+ if (len !== b.length) { // safe and faster
+ return false;
+ }
+ for (i = 0; i < len; i++) {
+ if ( ! innerEquiv(a[i], b[i])) {
+ return false;
+ }
+ }
+ return true;
+ },
+
+ "object": function (b, a) {
+ var i;
+ var eq = true; // unless we can proove it
+ var aProperties = [], bProperties = []; // collection of strings
+
+ // comparing constructors is more strict than using instanceof
+ if ( a.constructor !== b.constructor) {
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ // stack constructor before traversing properties
+ callers.push(a.constructor);
+
+ for (i in a) { // be strict: don't ensures hasOwnProperty and go deep
+
+ aProperties.push(i); // collect a's properties
+
+ if ( ! innerEquiv(a[i], b[i])) {
+ eq = false;
+ }
+ }
+
+ callers.pop(); // unstack, we are done
+
+ for (i in b) {
+ bProperties.push(i); // collect b's properties
+ }
+
+ // Ensures identical properties name
+ return eq && innerEquiv(aProperties.sort(), bProperties.sort());
+ }
+ };
+ }();
+
+ innerEquiv = function () { // can take multiple arguments
+ var args = Array.prototype.slice.apply(arguments);
+ if (args.length < 2) {
+ return true; // end transition
+ }
+
+ return (function (a, b) {
+ if (a === b) {
+ return true; // catch the most you can
+ } else if (a === null || b === null || typeof a === "undefined" || typeof b === "undefined" || hoozit(a) !== hoozit(b)) {
+ return false; // don't lose time with error prone cases
+ } else {
+ return bindCallbacks(a, callbacks, [b, a]);
+ }
+
+ // apply transition with (1..n) arguments
+ })(args[0], args[1]) && arguments.callee.apply(this, args.splice(1, args.length -1));
+ };
+
+ return innerEquiv;
+
+}();
+
+/**
+ * jsDump
+ * Copyright (c) 2008 Ariel Flesler - aflesler(at)gmail(dot)com | http://flesler.blogspot.com
+ * Licensed under BSD (http://www.opensource.org/licenses/bsd-license.php)
+ * Date: 5/15/2008
+ * @projectDescription Advanced and extensible data dumping for Javascript.
+ * @version 1.0.0
+ * @author Ariel Flesler
+ * @link {http://flesler.blogspot.com/2008/05/jsdump-pretty-dump-of-any-javascript.html}
+ */
+QUnit.jsDump = (function() {
+ function quote( str ) {
+ return '"' + str.toString().replace(/"/g, '\\"') + '"';
+ };
+ function literal( o ) {
+ return o + '';
+ };
+ function join( pre, arr, post ) {
+ var s = jsDump.separator(),
+ base = jsDump.indent(),
+ inner = jsDump.indent(1);
+ if ( arr.join )
+ arr = arr.join( ',' + s + inner );
+ if ( !arr )
+ return pre + post;
+ return [ pre, inner + arr, base + post ].join(s);
+ };
+ function array( arr ) {
+ var i = arr.length, ret = Array(i);
+ this.up();
+ while ( i-- )
+ ret[i] = this.parse( arr[i] );
+ this.down();
+ return join( '[', ret, ']' );
+ };
+
+ var reName = /^function (\w+)/;
+
+ var jsDump = {
+ parse:function( obj, type ) { //type is used mostly internally, you can fix a (custom)type in advance
+ var parser = this.parsers[ type || this.typeOf(obj) ];
+ type = typeof parser;
+
+ return type == 'function' ? parser.call( this, obj ) :
+ type == 'string' ? parser :
+ this.parsers.error;
+ },
+ typeOf:function( obj ) {
+ var type;
+ if ( obj === null ) {
+ type = "null";
+ } else if (typeof obj === "undefined") {
+ type = "undefined";
+ } else if (QUnit.is("RegExp", obj)) {
+ type = "regexp";
+ } else if (QUnit.is("Date", obj)) {
+ type = "date";
+ } else if (QUnit.is("Function", obj)) {
+ type = "function";
+ } else if (QUnit.is("Array", obj)) {
+ type = "array";
+ } else if (QUnit.is("Window", obj) || QUnit.is("global", obj)) {
+ type = "window";
+ } else if (QUnit.is("HTMLDocument", obj)) {
+ type = "document";
+ } else if (QUnit.is("HTMLCollection", obj) || QUnit.is("NodeList", obj)) {
+ type = "nodelist";
+ } else if (/^\[object HTML/.test(Object.prototype.toString.call( obj ))) {
+ type = "node";
+ } else {
+ type = typeof obj;
+ }
+ return type;
+ },
+ separator:function() {
+ return this.multiline ? this.HTML ? '<br />' : '\n' : this.HTML ? '&nbsp;' : ' ';
+ },
+ indent:function( extra ) {// extra can be a number, shortcut for increasing-calling-decreasing
+ if ( !this.multiline )
+ return '';
+ var chr = this.indentChar;
+ if ( this.HTML )
+ chr = chr.replace(/\t/g,' ').replace(/ /g,'&nbsp;');
+ return Array( this._depth_ + (extra||0) ).join(chr);
+ },
+ up:function( a ) {
+ this._depth_ += a || 1;
+ },
+ down:function( a ) {
+ this._depth_ -= a || 1;
+ },
+ setParser:function( name, parser ) {
+ this.parsers[name] = parser;
+ },
+ // The next 3 are exposed so you can use them
+ quote:quote,
+ literal:literal,
+ join:join,
+ //
+ _depth_: 1,
+ // This is the list of parsers, to modify them, use jsDump.setParser
+ parsers:{
+ window: '[Window]',
+ document: '[Document]',
+ error:'[ERROR]', //when no parser is found, shouldn't happen
+ unknown: '[Unknown]',
+ 'null':'null',
+ undefined:'undefined',
+ 'function':function( fn ) {
+ var ret = 'function',
+ name = 'name' in fn ? fn.name : (reName.exec(fn)||[])[1];//functions never have name in IE
+ if ( name )
+ ret += ' ' + name;
+ ret += '(';
+
+ ret = [ ret, this.parse( fn, 'functionArgs' ), '){'].join('');
+ return join( ret, this.parse(fn,'functionCode'), '}' );
+ },
+ array: array,
+ nodelist: array,
+ arguments: array,
+ object:function( map ) {
+ var ret = [ ];
+ this.up();
+ for ( var key in map )
+ ret.push( this.parse(key,'key') + ': ' + this.parse(map[key]) );
+ this.down();
+ return join( '{', ret, '}' );
+ },
+ node:function( node ) {
+ var open = this.HTML ? '&lt;' : '<',
+ close = this.HTML ? '&gt;' : '>';
+
+ var tag = node.nodeName.toLowerCase(),
+ ret = open + tag;
+
+ for ( var a in this.DOMAttrs ) {
+ var val = node[this.DOMAttrs[a]];
+ if ( val )
+ ret += ' ' + a + '=' + this.parse( val, 'attribute' );
+ }
+ return ret + close + open + '/' + tag + close;
+ },
+ functionArgs:function( fn ) {//function calls it internally, it's the arguments part of the function
+ var l = fn.length;
+ if ( !l ) return '';
+
+ var args = Array(l);
+ while ( l-- )
+ args[l] = String.fromCharCode(97+l);//97 is 'a'
+ return ' ' + args.join(', ') + ' ';
+ },
+ key:quote, //object calls it internally, the key part of an item in a map
+ functionCode:'[code]', //function calls it internally, it's the content of the function
+ attribute:quote, //node calls it internally, it's an html attribute value
+ string:quote,
+ date:quote,
+ regexp:literal, //regex
+ number:literal,
+ 'boolean':literal
+ },
+ DOMAttrs:{//attributes to dump from nodes, name=>realName
+ id:'id',
+ name:'name',
+ 'class':'className'
+ },
+ HTML:true,//if true, entities are escaped ( <, >, \t, space and \n )
+ indentChar:' ',//indentation unit
+ multiline:true //if true, items in a collection, are separated by a \n, else just a space.
+ };
+
+ return jsDump;
+})();
+
+})(this);
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+(function($, undefined) {
+
+var inProgress = {};
+
+$.trafficCop = function(reqOptions) {
+ var key = JSON.stringify(reqOptions);
+ if(!inProgress[key]) {
+ var remove = function() {
+ delete inProgress[key];
+ },
+ traffic = {
+ successCallbacks: [reqOptions.success],
+ errorCallbacks: [reqOptions.error],
+ success: function(response) {
+ $.each($(inProgress[key].successCallbacks), function(idx,item){ item(response); });
+ remove();
+ },
+ error: function(exception) {
+ $.each($(inProgress[key].errorCallbacks), function(idx,item){ item(exception); });
+ remove();
+ }
+ };
+ inProgress[key] = $.extend({}, reqOptions, traffic);
+ $.ajax(inProgress[key]);
+ }
+ else {
+ inProgress[key].successCallbacks.push(reqOptions.success);
+ inProgress[key].errorCallbacks.push(reqOptions.error);
+ }
+};
+
+
+})(jQuery);
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+(function(a,b){var c={};a.trafficCop=function(b){var d=JSON.stringify(b);if(!c[d]){var e=function(){delete c[d]},f={successCallbacks:[b.success],errorCallbacks:[b.error],success:function(b){a.each(a(c[d].successCallbacks),function(a,c){c(b)}),e()},error:function(b){a.each(a(c[d].errorCallbacks),function(a,c){c(b)}),e()}};c[d]=a.extend({},b,f),a.ajax(c[d])}else c[d].successCallbacks.push(b.success),c[d].errorCallbacks.push(b.error)}})(jQuery)
6 nodetesthost.js
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+var express = require('express'),
+ app = express.createServer(),
+ path = require("path");
+
+app.use("/", express.static(path.resolve(__dirname)));
+app.listen(1581);
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+
+var inProgress = {};
+
+$.trafficCop = function(reqOptions) {
+ var key = JSON.stringify(reqOptions);
+ if(!inProgress[key]) {
+ var remove = function() {
+ delete inProgress[key];
+ },
+ traffic = {
+ successCallbacks: [reqOptions.success],
+ errorCallbacks: [reqOptions.error],
+ success: function(response) {
+ $.each($(inProgress[key].successCallbacks), function(idx,item){ item(response); });
+ remove();
+ },
+ error: function(exception) {
+ $.each($(inProgress[key].errorCallbacks), function(idx,item){ item(exception); });
+ remove();
+ }
+ };
+ inProgress[key] = $.extend({}, reqOptions, traffic);
+ $.ajax(inProgress[key]);
+ }
+ else {
+ inProgress[key].successCallbacks.push(reqOptions.success);
+ inProgress[key].errorCallbacks.push(reqOptions.error);
+ }
+};
+
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