- install the module using
npm install karma-complexity-preprocessor
- in your karma configuration file add the preprocessor to the files you want to have the metrics (under the name
//configuration file (ie karma.conf.js)preprocessors:'src/*.j':'complexity'
*lauch your test as usual
you can specify options in the karma config file under the property complexityConfig
dir: String indicating the output directory (default to 'complexity_output'), the results be under json files
logicalor: Boolean indicating whether operator
||should be considered a source of cyclomatic complexity, defaults to
switchcase: Boolean indicating whether
switchstatements should be considered a source of cyclomatic complexity, defaults to
forin: Boolean indicating whether
inloops should be considered a source of cyclomatic complexity, defaults to
trycatch: Boolean indicating whether
catchclauses should be considered a source of cyclomatic complexity, defaults to
newmi: Boolean indicating whether the maintainability index should be rebased on a scale from 0 to 100.
For more information see the philboot project
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