Maven plugin to execute Jasmine Specs. Creates your HTML runners for you, runs headlessly, outputs JUnit XML
Java HTML JavaScript Cucumber Ruby CoffeeScript
Latest commit 88e4387 Aug 11, 2016 @samjonester samjonester committed with klieber Adds the Ability To Define Custom Reporters (#299)
* Updates error message tested for when test suite fails on a syntax error

* Adds the ability to define Standard Out reporters through plugin configuration.

- Adds `reporters` property to support list of reports.
- Adds example project and cucumber test defining custom reporters
- Adds documentation for defining custom reporters.
- Allows `STANDARD` to be used as a reporter in the list defined
  reporters.
- Defaults to the `STANDARD` reporter if none are provided.
- Splits responsibilities out of classes that were growing large and
  difficult to test. `AbstractJasmineMojo` and `SpecRunnerExecutor`.

* Adds the ability to define File System reporters through plugin configuration.

    - Adds `fileSystemReporters` property to support list of reports.
    - Adds file system reporter to custom reporters example project.
    - Updates documentation for defining custom reporters.
    - Allows `JUNIT_XML` to be used as a file system reporter in the list of defined reporters.
    - Defaults to the `JUNIT_XML` reporter if none are provided.

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jasmine-maven-plugin

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For information on how to use the jasmine-maven-plugin, check out its documentation page.

Current Version Info

You can find the latest release along with release notes here.

If you want to point at snapshot releases of the plugin (note that I don't deploy them often), they're hosted on the Sonatype OSS snapshot repository.

Maintainers

Issues

If you have any problems, please check the project issues.

Contributions

Pull requests are, of course, very welcome! Please read our contributing to the project guide first. Then head over to the open issues to see what we need help with. Make sure you let us know if you intend to work on something. Also, check out the milestones to see what is planned for future releases.

Acknowledgments

  • Thanks to Pivotal Labs for authoring and publishing Jasmine
  • Thanks to christian.nelson and sivoh1, owners of the javascript-test-maven-plugin project, which provided a similar implementation from which to glean several valuable lessons.
  • Thanks to all who have contributed with pull requests, issues, suggestions.