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add evergreen and coffeescript tmbundle to "Related Projects" #188

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mackuba opened this Issue Feb 22, 2012 · 4 comments

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mackuba commented Feb 22, 2012

Please add the evergreen project (https://github.com/jnicklas/evergreen) to the Jasmine extensions list. It seems it's the best way to integrate Jasmine with Rails app at the moment, and I was completely unaware that it existed until yesterday, because it's not listed there.

And while we're at it, please add the Jasmine coffeescript Textmate bundle too (https://github.com/groupme/jasmine-coffeescript-tmbundle).

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infews commented Feb 24, 2012

Access to the wiki was locked. It's now back open. Feel free to add both links!

Thanks!

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mackuba commented Feb 26, 2012

Thanks, added.

I was thinking it would be good to arrange the list in some kind of sections, like Backbone has on this page: https://github.com/documentcloud/backbone/wiki/Extensions%2C-Plugins%2C-Resources - what do you think? Is it ok if I do that?

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ragaskar commented Mar 1, 2012

Feel free to add some organization.

As far as integrating Jasmine with Rails apps, have you tried the jasmine gem? http://github.com/pivotal/jasmine-gem

mackuba commented Mar 3, 2012

Done: https://github.com/pivotal/jasmine/wiki/Related-projects

I've also added jasmine-stealth which was missing there.

As for jasmine-gem - yes, I've tried it in some previous project, but evergreen just seems to have more features (e.g. coffeescript support, running headless tests via anything that Capybara supports (e.g. QtWebkit) and not just Selenium, etc.)

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