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can-test-helpers

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can-test-helpers

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Common utilities for effectively testing the features of CanJS.

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dev.willWarn(expected, [fn])

Requests that canDev.warn track and notify about matching warnings.

  • expected: {String|Regexp} expected The warning message to check for
  • fn: {Function(String, Boolean)} [fn] an optional callback to fire on every warning; each call has the actual warning message and a Boolean indicating whether it was matched.

Returns a function that tears down the warning check and returns the number of matched warnings when called.

willWarn() takes either a String or a RegExp as its expected warning, and does a full, case-sensitive String match in the case of a String, or a regex test in the case of a RegExp, for every warning logged through [can-log/dev/dev.warn]. In addition, if fn is provided, it is fired on every warning with the content of the warning message and whether it matched expected.

willWarn() returns a teardown function, which must be called at least once to disable the tracking of the matched warning. when called, the teardown function returns the number of times expected was matched by a dev warning.

import dev from "can-log/dev/dev";
import devHelpers from "can-test-helpers/lib/dev";
 
const finishWarningCheck = devHelpers.willWarn( "something evil", function( message, match ) {
    message; // -> "something evil"
    match; // true
} );
 
canDev.warn( "something evil" );
 
finishWarningCheck(); // -> 1
 

dev.willError(expected, [fn])

Requests that [can-log/dev/dev.error canDev.error] track and notify about matching errors.

  • expected {String|Regexp} expected The error message to check for
  • fn {Function(String, Boolean)} [fn] an optional callback to fire on every error; each call has the actual error message and a Boolean indicating whether it was matched

Returns a function that tears down the error check and returns the number of matched errors when called.

willError() takes either a String or a RegExp as its expected error, and does a full, case-sensitive String match in the case of a String, or a regex test in the case of a RegExp, for every error logged through [can-log/dev/dev.error]. In addition, if fn is provided, it is fired on every error logged by dev.error with the content of the error message and whether it matched expected.

willError() returns a teardown function, which must be called at least once to disable the tracking of the matched error. when called, the teardown function returns the number of times expected was matched by a dev error.

import dev from "can-log/dev/dev";
import devHelpers from "can-test-helpers/lib/dev";
 
const finishErrorCheck = devHelpers.willError( "something evil", function( message, match ) {
    message; // -> "something evil"
    match; // true
} );
 
canDev.error( "something evil" );
 
finishErrorCheck(); // -> 1
 

dev.devOnlyTest(...)

Defines a test that runs only in development mode.

  • {Number} [waits] an optional number of async waits
  • {String} name the String identifier for the test in the test module
  • {Function} fn the function body of the test.

The parameter list above assumes that test on the global object is a QUnit test function. With devOnlyTest, the global test function will be run with the supplied parameters when the system environment is either unknown or not one of the production tests. This is to help facilitate tests that rely on, e.g., canDev behavior that only exists in development builds.

dev.devOnlyTest( "it works", function() {
    QUnit.ok( true, "it works!" );
} );

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