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coverjs-loader

coverjs loader module for webpack

coverjs loader for webpack

webpack-dev-server "mocha!./cover-my-client-tests.js" --options webpackOptions.js
// webpackOptions.js 
module.exports = {
// your webpack options 
output: "bundle.js",
publicPrefix: "/",
debug: true,
includeFilenames: true,
watch: true,
 
// the coverjs loader binding 
postLoaders: [{
test: "", // every file 
exclude: [
"node_modules.chai",
"node_modules.coverjs-loader",
"node_modules.webpack.buildin"
],
loader: "coverjs-loader"
}]
}
// cover-my-client-tests.js 
require("./my-client-tests");
 
after(function() {
require("cover-loader").reportHtml();
});

See the-big-test for an example.

You don't have to combine it with the mocha loader, it's independent. So if you want to cover a normal app usage, you can do so. The reportHtml function just appends the output to the body.

MIT (http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php)