It's very hard to retrain my fingers to not type npm test to run all the tests. Plus, this is good for CI hooks and such.
Also: looks like the timeout test is failing on node 0.4.11.
Fix #52 Make the tests runnable with npm
@issacs what do you use to test on multiple nodes? That looks handy!
@dscape I usually use https://github.com/isaacs/node-tap for new projects, and I've been trying to backport my existing stuff onto it. Sometimes I just hack up a bash or node script to output tap-formatted text to stdout.
@isaacs I've seen that - just didn't have time to port my tests to node-tap yet. Im very interested in replacing vows with node-tap in the little ensure script I wrote. I wrote it mostly cause I wanted to read test code in my tests, and it was before I learned about tap.
However I was asking how do you test multiple versions of node at the same time? This would be great for publishing in npm. I'm always wondering if I broke the code in node 0.5, or something like that.
@dscape I use https://github.com/isaacs/nave for that. It doesn't let you fire off a test suite in every version, but it's pretty easy to switch between them.