jasmine-node unfortunately doesn't come as a module (var jasmine = require('jasmine-node');) so the only option is to the use command line tool. And the command line tool blows up when when your specs are themselves AMD modules. I created a sample project to try to figure out how to test AMD modules with jasmine-node, if anyone wants to help out.
Had the same issue. I'm off to help with the amd-testing effort
check this link: http://blog.pixelingene.com/2011/12/simple-helper-method-for-async-testing-with-jasmine/ - didn't tried it yet but with a few tweaks it might work (need to replace require with a local requirejs instance)
also didn't tried it yet but this might actually work depending on the specs structure: https://github.com/jrburke/amdefine
I still think it would be better for the tool (jasmine-node) if it had the option to run as a module, that way it could be plugged into other tools as well and behavior could be changed as needed...
This is an option in jasmine2.0.
var jasmineNode = require('jasmine-node');