Babel plugin for power-assert
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babel-plugin-espower

Babel plugin for power-assert.

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DESCRIPTION

babel-plugin-espower is a Babel plugin for power-assert.

power-assert provides descriptive assertion messages for your tests, like this.

  1) ES6 demo Destructuring and TemplateLiteral:

      AssertionError:   # test/demo_test.js:7

  assert(`${ alice.name } and ${ bob.name }` === `bob and alice`)
         |   |     |             |   |       |   |
         |   |     |             |   |       |   "bob and alice"
         |   |     |             |   "bob"   false
         |   |     "alice"       Object{name:"bob"}
         |   Object{name:"alice"}
         "alice and bob"

  --- [string] `bob and alice`
  +++ [string] `${ alice.name } and ${ bob.name }`
  @@ -1,13 +1,13 @@
  -bob and alice
  +alice and bob

Pull-requests, issue reports and patches are always welcomed. See power-assert project for more documentation.

FYI: There's a babel preset for all power-assert plugins

INSTALL

$ npm install --save-dev babel-plugin-espower

CAUTION

Babel6 is incompatible with Babel5. For Babel 5 or lower, you need to use the 1.x release of babel-plugin-espower.

$ npm install --save-dev babel-plugin-espower@1.1.1

HOW TO USE

via .babelrc

{
  "presets": [
    ...
  ],
  "plugins": [
    "babel-plugin-espower"
  ]
}
$ babel /path/to/test/some_test.js > /path/to/build/some_test.js

For example, with babel-register module and .babelrc above, you can run mocha without code generation steps.

$ $(npm bin)/mocha --require babel-register test/some_test.js

via Babel API

var babel = require('babel-core');
var jsCode = fs.readFileSync('/path/to/test/some_test.js');
var transformed = babel.transform(jsCode, {
    presets: [...],
    plugins: ['babel-plugin-espower']
});
console.log(transformed.code);

via Babel Require Hook

require('babel-register')({
    presets: [...],
    plugins: ['babel-plugin-espower']
});

For example, with babel_hook.js above, you can run mocha without code generation steps.

$ $(npm bin)/mocha --require ./babel_hook /path/to/test/demo_test.js

with babelify

var fs = require('fs');
var browserify = require('browserify');
var babelify = require('babelify');
var glob = require('glob'),
browserify({ entries: glob.sync('./test/*_test.js'), debug: true })
  .transform(babelify.configure({
      presets: [...],
      plugins: ['babel-plugin-espower']
  }))
  .bundle()
  .on('error', function (err) { console.log('Error : ' + err.message); })
  .pipe(fs.createWriteStream('all_test.js'));
$ $(npm bin)/browserify -d -e ./test/*_test.js -t [ babelify --presets ... --plugins babel-plugin-espower ]

with babelify and gulp

var source = require('vinyl-source-stream');
var browserify = require('browserify');
var glob = require('glob'),
gulp.task('build_test', function() {
    var files = glob.sync('./test/*_test.js');
    var b = browserify({entries: files, debug: true});
    b.transform(babelify.configure({
        presets: [...],
        plugins: ['babel-plugin-espower']
    }));
    return b.bundle()
        .pipe(source('all_test.js'))
        .pipe(gulp.dest('./build'));
});

with babelify and Karma

module.exports = function(config) {
  config.set({
    frameworks: ['mocha', 'browserify'],
    files: [
      "test/**/*.js"
    ],
    preprocessors: {
      "test/**/*.js": "browserify"
    },
    browserify: {
      debug: true,
      transform: [
        [
          'babelify', {
            presets: [...],
            plugins: ['babel-plugin-espower']
          }
        ]
      ]
    },
    // ...

EXAMPLE

For given test file test/demo_test.js below,

import assert from 'power-assert';

describe('ES6 demo', () => {

    it('Destructuring and TemplateLiteral', () => {
        let [alice, bob] = [ { name: 'alice' }, { name: 'bob' } ];
        assert(`${alice.name} and ${bob.name}` === `bob and alice`);
    });

    it('ArrowFunctionExpression and SpreadElement', () => {
        let seven = 7, ary = [4, 5];
        assert(seven === ((v, i) => v + i)(...[...ary]));
    });

    it('Enhanced Object Literals', () => {
        let name = 'bobby';
        assert.deepEqual({
            name,
            [ `${name}'s greet` ]: `Hello, I'm ${name}`
        }, null);
    });

});

prepare babel_hook.js to transform tests.

{
  "presets": [
    ...
  ],
  "plugins": [
    "babel-plugin-espower"
  ]
}

Run mocha with --require babel-register option. You will see the power-assert output appears.

$ $(npm bin)/mocha --require babel-register test/demo_test.js

  ES6 demo
    1) Destructuring and TemplateLiteral
    2) ArrowFunctionExpression and SpreadElement
    3) Enhanced Object Literals


  0 passing
  3 failing

  1) ES6 demo Destructuring and TemplateLiteral:

      AssertionError:   # test/demo_test.js:7

  assert(`${ alice.name } and ${ bob.name }` === `bob and alice`)
         |   |     |             |   |       |   |
         |   |     |             |   |       |   "bob and alice"
         |   |     |             |   "bob"   false
         |   |     "alice"       Object{name:"bob"}
         |   Object{name:"alice"}
         "alice and bob"

  --- [string] `bob and alice`
  +++ [string] `${ alice.name } and ${ bob.name }`
  @@ -1,13 +1,13 @@
  -bob and alice
  +alice and bob

      at Context.<anonymous> (test/demo_test.js:19:28)

  2) ES6 demo ArrowFunctionExpression and SpreadElement:

      AssertionError:   # test/demo_test.js:12

  assert(seven === ((v, i) => v + i)(...[...ary]))
         |     |   |                    |   |
         |     |   |                    |   [4,5]
         |     |   9                    [4,5]
         7     false

  [number] ((v, i) => v + i)(...[...ary])
  => 9
  [number] seven
  => 7

      at Context.<anonymous> (test/demo_test.js:29:28)

  3) ES6 demo Enhanced Object Literals:
     AssertionError:   # test/demo_test.js:17

  assert.deepEqual({name,[`${ name }'s greet`]: `Hello, I'm ${ name }`}, null)
                   |      |   |                 |              |
                   |      |   |                 |              "bobby"
                   |      |   "bobby"           "Hello, I'm bobby"
                   |      "bobby's greet"
                   Object{name:"bobby","bobby's greet":"Hello, I'm bobby"}

      at Context.<anonymous> (test/demo_test.js:40:29)

CUSTOMIZE

by plugin options

You can customize configs such as assertion patterns via .babelrc

{
  "presets": [
    ...
  ],
  "plugins": [
    ["babel-plugin-espower", {
      "embedAst": true,
      "patterns": [
        "assert.isNull(object, [message])",
        "assert.same(actual, expected, [message])",
        "assert.near(actual, expected, delta, [message])"
      ]
    }]
  ]
}

by API

var plugin = createEspowerPlugin(babel, [options])

You can customize configs such as assertion patterns via Babel API,

var babel = require('babel-core');
var createEspowerPlugin = require('babel-plugin-espower/create');
var jsCode = fs.readFileSync('/path/to/test/some_test.js');
var transformed = babel.transform(jsCode, {
    presets: [...],
    plugins: [
        createEspowerPlugin(babel, {
            embedAst: true,
            patterns: [
                'assert.isNull(object, [message])',
                'assert.same(actual, expected, [message])',
                'assert.near(actual, expected, delta, [message])'
            ]
        })
    ]
});
console.log(transformed.code);

or via Require Hook.

var createEspowerPlugin = require('babel-plugin-espower/create');
require('babel-register')({
    presets: [...],
    plugins: [
        createEspowerPlugin(babel, {
            embedAst: true,
            patterns: [
                'assert.isNull(object, [message])',
                'assert.same(actual, expected, [message])',
                'assert.near(actual, expected, delta, [message])'
            ]
        })
    ]
});

options

type default value
object objects shown below

Configuration options for babel-plugin-espower. If not passed, default options will be used (return value of defaultOptions() with default embedAst, visitorKeys, astWhiteList, path, sourceRoot and sourceMap. visitorKeys is value of babel.types.VISITOR_KEYS. astWhiteList is value of babel.types.BUILDER_KEYS. path is filename passed to babel. sourceRoot is be return value of process.cwd(), sourceMap is babel's internal SourceMap object).

{
    patterns: [
        'assert(value, [message])',
        'assert.ok(value, [message])',
        'assert.equal(actual, expected, [message])',
        'assert.notEqual(actual, expected, [message])',
        'assert.strictEqual(actual, expected, [message])',
        'assert.notStrictEqual(actual, expected, [message])',
        'assert.deepEqual(actual, expected, [message])',
        'assert.notDeepEqual(actual, expected, [message])',
        'assert.deepStrictEqual(actual, expected, [message])',
        'assert.notDeepStrictEqual(actual, expected, [message])'
    ],
    embedAst: false,
    visitorKeys: babel.types.VISITOR_KEYS,
    astWhiteList: babel.types.BUILDER_KEYS,
    sourceRoot: process.cwd(),
    path: file.opts.filename,
    sourceMap: file.opts.inputSourceMap
}

options.embedAst

If you want to use non-ECMASCript-standard features such as JSX tags in your assert(), you should set embedAst option to true.

assert(shallow(<Foo />).is('.foo'));

CHANGELOG

See CHANGELOG

AUTHOR

CONTRIBUTORS

OUR SUPPORT POLICY

We support Node under maintenance. In other words, we stop supporting old Node version when their maintenance ends.

This means that any other environment is not supported.

NOTE: If babel-plugin-espower works in any of the unsupported environments, it is purely coincidental and has no bearing on future compatibility. Use at your own risk.

LICENSE

Licensed under the MIT license.