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praveenngp
praveenngp commented Sep 9, 2020

Are you creating an issue in the correct repository?

  • When in doubt, create an issue here.
  • If you have an issue with the Jasmine docs, file an issue in the docs repo
    here: https://github.com/jasmine/jasmine.github.io
  • This repository is for the core Jasmine framework
  • If you are using a test runner that wraps Jasmine, consider filing an issue with that library if appropriate:

sinon
itmayziii
itmayziii commented Jul 27, 2019

Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe.
Reading through what a fake can and can not do is not clear from the documentation.

Describe the solution you'd like
Exact methods that are available to a Fake need to be documented.

First of all thank you for Sinon, I believe the library is powerful and has helped me write a lot of tests. What I'm requesting here is

nohwnd
nohwnd commented Jul 2, 2019

It would be nice to start building Pester on PowerShell 7 as well to see if it is compatible and keep it that way. To achieve that we need to research on which build servers v7 is already available. Right now we are building on TravisCI (Linux and MacOS), on AppVeyor (PowerShell 4+) and AzureDevOps (PowerShell 2&3).

Not sure if the build task needs to run on all three platforms, but it would be

crinksdr
crinksdr commented Sep 17, 2020

If I create a test using a testcase source with a name "{m} (unique attribute)" and pass that test in through -testlist argument the test will not be discovered. If there is no space "{m}(unique attribute)" this works fine. The problem is in the TextRunner.MakeRunSetting when its building the prefilter list from the test list it is not trimming the sub string so the parent of the tests are not bei

chinleung
chinleung commented Mar 9, 2020

Hi,

When I run my tests using the neovim strategy, it opens a new terminal but auto focus on the buffer. Then I have to press <C-o> to not close the buffer and go back to my split pane.

Is there a way to have it open but not switch my focus to the newly opened pane automatically?

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