Add support for `iit` & `ddescribe` #185

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mgcrea commented Dec 11, 2012

Is it planned?

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you have to bug jasmine folks about that. jasmine-node just wraps jasmine.

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Is it planned?


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHubhttps://github.com/mhevery/jasmine-node/issues/185.

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mhevery commented Dec 13, 2012

you have to bug jasmine folks about that. jasmine-node just wraps jasmine.

On Tue, Dec 11, 2012 at 9:37 AM, Olivier Louvignes <notifications@github.com

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Is it planned?


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHubhttps://github.com/mhevery/jasmine-node/issues/185.

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Since you use an alternate syntax for writing asynchronous tests I thought you may be able to do the same regarding theses ;-). Great work btw! Go Angular!

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mgcrea commented Dec 13, 2012

Since you use an alternate syntax for writing asynchronous tests I thought you may be able to do the same regarding theses ;-). Great work btw! Go Angular!

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A dirty workaround to get support for iit and ddescribe is to replace the jasmine lib at lib/jasmine-node/jasmine-1.3.1.js with the jasmine.js library from karma-jasmine: https://github.com/karma-runner/karma-jasmine/tree/master/lib

AyKarsi commented Oct 18, 2013

A dirty workaround to get support for iit and ddescribe is to replace the jasmine lib at lib/jasmine-node/jasmine-1.3.1.js with the jasmine.js library from karma-jasmine: https://github.com/karma-runner/karma-jasmine/tree/master/lib

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Looks like this is still missing, so I'm reopening.

Found this fork that uses karma's jasmine, @mhevery would it be possible for this module to use karma's version too? It looks like the folks at jasmine will take (at least) a decade to implement this one-liner. Considering your very-close ties with the karma project, I guess it would make sense.

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mgcrea commented Feb 3, 2014

Looks like this is still missing, so I'm reopening.

Found this fork that uses karma's jasmine, @mhevery would it be possible for this module to use karma's version too? It looks like the folks at jasmine will take (at least) a decade to implement this one-liner. Considering your very-close ties with the karma project, I guess it would make sense.

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