- Ensure all specs are green in browsers & Node.js (via rake tasks)
- Ensure CI is green 1.
Making a Release of Jasmine Core
It also contains two HTML pages for the Github Pages at http://pivotal.github.com/jasmine.
All of the JS for Jasmine is in the src directory. The specs for each file are in the specs directory. There are rake tasks to build the various files for distribution.
There are rake tasks to help with getting green:
spec/runner.htmlin the default browser. Please run this in at least Firefox and Chrome before comitting
rake spec:noderuns all the Jasmine specs in Node.js
rake jasmine:lintruns all the files through JSHint and will complain about potential viable issues with your code. Fix them.
Github pages have to exist in a branch called gh-pages in order for their app to serve them. This repo adds that branch as a submodule under the
pages directory. This is a bit of a hack, but it allows us to work with the pages and the source at the same time and with one set of rake tasks.
If you want to submit changes to this repo and aren't a Pivotal Labs employee, you can fork and work in the gh-pages branch. You won't be able to edit the pages in the submodule off of master.
The pages are built with Frank. All the source for these pages live in the pages_source directory.
Once all specs are green and you've updated the version in
version.json, you need to run the rake task to make a distribution: