npm install couchdb-harness
To run the default configuration, you can simply type,
$ npm start
But the binary also accepts arguments to specify the port that the harness should run against, as well as which files to test:
./bin/couchdb-harness -p 5984 basics all_docs
-b: bail (a flag)
All options are further described below.
var harness = require'couchdb-harness';harnessrun5984 'basics' 'all_docs'processexitexitCode;;
var harness = require'couchdb-harness';harnessrun'' bail: trueprocessexitcode;
harness.run([addr[, opts[, callback]]])
addr: The address of the server with a CouchDB-style API to test. Defaults to
"http://127.0.0.1:5984/". If the server you want to test runs on localhost and you just want to change the port, you can also just pass in the port number instead.
tests: The aforementioned array of tests. Defaults to all the test files.
true, couchdb-harness will stop running on the first failure it encounters. This does not have any influence on the
exitCode. One failure is still enough to make it non-zero. Defaults to
callback: Called when done running the tests. Gets one argument: the exit code. It's zero when the tests all passed, otherwise non-zero.
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