Run Mocha tests
Run Mocha tests
Keep in mind that this is just a thin wrapper around Mocha and your issue is most likely with Mocha.
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$ npm install --save-dev gulp-mocha
const gulp = ;const mocha = ;gulp;
If you are writing a watch task to run your tests as you modify your
.jsfiles, be aware that you might run into issues. This plugin runs your Mocha tests within the same process as your watch task and state isn't reset between runs. If your tests eventually fail within the watch task but pass when run in a standalone task or with
mocha test, then you need to use the
Interface to use.
Reporter that will be used.
This option can also be used to utilize third-party reporters. For example, if you
npm install mocha-lcov-reporter you can then do use
mocha-lcov-reporter as value.
List of accepted global variable names, example
['YUI']. Accepts wildcards to match multiple global variables, e.g.
['gulp*'] or even
['*']. See Mocha globals option.
Test-case timeout in milliseconds.
Bail on the first test failure.
Ignore global leaks.
Only run tests matching the given pattern which is internally compiled to a RegExp.
Require custom modules before tests are run.
If your test suite is not exiting it might be because you still have a lingering callback, most often caused by an open database connection. You should close this connection or do the following:
require('babel-core/register'); to the top of your
gulpfile.js. Make sure to read the Babel docs.
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