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Provide tests for cssxref #684

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JeremiePat commented Apr 7, 2018

This should be helpful to review pull request #266

I also suggest those who want to write new tests for macros to use that test suite as an inspiration. It should ease writing tests (and we could make that even more generic but, unfortunately, I have no time for this at the moment)

Note: With those tests, you'll notice that the current version of cssxref is broken (uncommenting line 77 in cssxref could be a short term fix)


This is an excellent example of fully testing a KumaScript macro. All the branches in the original appear to be tested:

  • Variable number of arguments (1, 2, and 3)
  • Variants based on the type of reference page (property, function, data type)
  • Special cases like <flex>
  • The code is well formatted and clear, like we know what we're doing

This is a strong contender for the example we should give for others to write their tests. Also, it is a great foundation for making further changes to {{cssxref}}.

I'm leaving merging to @Elchi3 (he likes to have an easy merge after a BCD update), and I suggest squashing commits.

@Elchi3 Elchi3 merged commit 2cebe86 into mdn:master Apr 12, 2018

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Elchi3 commented Apr 12, 2018

Thanks so much for this work. This is really cool! 🎉

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