jest-27-expect-message

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    jest-27-expect-message

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    Add custom message to Jest expects (with support for Jest 27+). This is a drop in replacement for jest-expect-message.

    The original jest-expect-message will throw this error when used in newer versions of Jest:

    "TypeError: matcherResult.message is not a function"
    

    Version 1.0.4 is fully compatible with jest-expect-message. Starting in version 1.1.0, I'll start including new features and improvement.s

    If jest-expect-message is updated to support Jest 27+, this package will be marked as deprecated.


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    Problem

    In many testing libraries it is possible to supply a custom message for a given expectation, this is currently not possible in Jest.

    For example:

    test('returns 2 when adding 1 and 1', () => {
      expect(1 + 1, 'Woah this should be 2!').toBe(3);
    });

    This will throw the following error in Jest:

    Expect takes at most one argument.

    Solution

    jest-27-expect-message allows you to call expect with a second argument of a String message.

    For example the same test as above:

    test('returns 2 when adding 1 and 1', () => {
      expect(1 + 1, 'Woah this should be 2!').toBe(3);
    });

    With jest-27-expect-message this will fail with your custom error message:

      ● returns 2 when adding 1 and 1
    
        Custom message:
          Woah this should be 2!
    
        expect(received).toBe(expected) // Object.is equality
    
        Expected: 3
        Received: 2

    Installation

    With npm:

    npm install --save-dev jest-27-expect-message

    With yarn:

    yarn add -D jest-27-expect-message

    Setup

    Add jest-27-expect-message to your Jest setupFilesAfterEnv configuration. See for help

    Jest v24+

    "jest": {
      "setupFilesAfterEnv": ["jest-27-expect-message"]
    }

    Jest v23-

    "jest": {
      "setupTestFrameworkScriptFile": "jest-27-expect-message"
    }

    Usage

    • expect(actual, message)
      • actual: The value you would normally pass into an expect to assert against with a given matcher.
      • message: String, the custom message you want to be printed should the expect fail.
    test('returns 2 when adding 1 and 1', () => {
      expect(1 + 1, 'Woah this should be 2!').toBe(3);
    });

    Contributors


    Matt Phillips

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    LICENSE

    MIT

    Install

    npm i jest-27-expect-message

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