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Removed references to expresso and mentioned YUITest

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1 parent a937b18 commit 391efd2d654608e4ef1fd3c19054576b1e837b08 @davglass davglass committed Feb 16, 2011
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#Testing the latest YUI release with Node
I've tried to make it simple to test the latest YUI source code against my nodejs package.
-First you need to install expresso:
+First you need to install yuitest:
- npm install expresso
+ npm install yuitest
Now, go into your clone of the yui3 source tree and npm install it:
@@ -12,13 +12,13 @@ Now, go into your clone of the yui3 source tree and npm install it:
Now you can test this code:
- expresso ./tests/*.js
+ yuitest ./tests/*.js
Currently there are over 100 tests that should pass 100% if your YUI3 code works ;)
##Developing
If you are patching YUI core or working with Dom/Event/Node code, you really need to check to make sure
that your code doesn't contain things that will break on the server. Each time you do a build, you should also
-follow the steps above to `npm install` then `expresso ./tests/*.js` to make sure you didn't introduce a
+follow the steps above to `npm install` then `yuitest ./tests/*.js` to make sure you didn't introduce a
change that will break when your code is executed on the server.
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"express": ">=1.0.0",
"connect": ">=0.2.4"
},
+ "devDependencies": {
+ "yuitest" : "*"
+ },
"licenses":[
{
"type" : "BSD",

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