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    impunity

    1.0.9 • Public • Published

    Impunity, finds and runs unit tests in any imported ES module.

    Do you like keeping your unit tests close to your code, with as little fanfare as possible? Does it annoy you to export things just to be able to test them? Inspired by rust's cargo, I want to write unit tests in the same file as the code they test. With this tool, you write the following in any module of your project:

    export default class SomeClass {
    
    }
    
    export function tests() {
    	return {
    		test_a(assert) {
    			assert(new SomeClass().a, undefined);
    		}
    	}
    }

    A test function receives the nodejs assert module so you don't need to import it.

    After installing with npm install --global impunity, you run the tests with impunity --entry-point your/main.js (use --force-esm-dirs src/ if you use ES modules with ".js" extension) and it will discover all the tests in any file (indirectly) imported from your entry point, and run them:

    (node:2031) ExperimentalWarning: The ESM module loader is experimental.
     * subpath::filename::test_a ... ok
    

    impunity looks for an exported function called tests (you can choose another name to look for with the --symbol ... flag).

    To remove the tests from a production build, Rollup does a good job of removing unused code automatically during bundling.

    Typescript

    impunity uses esbuild-node-loader to transform source files, including typescript files.

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    Install

    npm i impunity

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    157

    Version

    1.0.9

    License

    MIT

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    9.73 kB

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    7

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