Sometimes I'd like to be able to interact with a failing test. In python I'd use a debugger like pdb but in JS i typically use the browsers tools.
Have you thought about adding browser-launcher(like testling) so you can open it in a local browser?
Yes. I'm planing to support writing everything into a standalone web page without dependencies. I used to do this with consolify, but it needs to be adjusted to work properly with mochify. Support for testling would also be nice.
If you want to debug things, you can use --debug to debug PhantomJS with a web UI, but I agree that the browser tools (especially Chrome) are a lot better.
Interesting. It works great for me on a Mac. Which OS are you on? What is the URL it shows?
Can you try without --cover? Maybe that does not go well together.
Is it on an open source project that I can clone to reproduce?
Wow. 270M dependencies ;-)
It works fine for me. Sorry, can't help.
Quick update: Browser support is coming! Just released Consolify 0.8.0: https://github.com/mantoni/consolify
Consolify support has landed in v1.1.0.