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    make2tap

    0.1.3 • Public • Published

    make2tap

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    Leverage TAP to transform your ugly make outputs into nice readable ones using any TAP reporter like tap-spec or tap-dot.

    Usage

    Assuming make2tap is in your path (using npm scripts), simply pipe make output to it

    Assuming this is your makefile

    clean:
        ## Clean
        # remove /dist
        @rm -rf dist
    
    build:
        ## Build js files
        # compile to js
        @echo 'compile output...'
        # minify
        @echo 'minify output...'
    
    

    Then

    make clean compile 2>&1 | make2tap

    Note: 2>&1 is quite important here, it allows make stderr stream to be piped to make2tap as well so we can handle errors.

    Ouputs:

    TAP version 13
    # Clean
    ok 1 - remove /dist
    TAP version 13
    # Build js files
    ok 2 - compile to js
    compile output...
    ok 3 - minify
    minify output...
    1..3
    

    Of course, you should pipe it to the TAP reporter of your choice:

    make clean build | make2tap | tap-spec

    tap-spec

    Comment syntax

    make2tap understand a few kinds of lines:

    • ## Task title: as a TAP Diagnostic, aka a section, or title
    • # Step name: as a TAP test line, which will use a single step
    • anything else: as regular output, not handled as part of the result but still shown, will us it to show commands output.

    You'll probably want to structure your makefile as such:

    build:
        ## Build js files
    
        # compile to js
        @echo 'compile output...'
    
        # minify
        @echo 'minify output...'
    

    Install

    npm i make2tap

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    Version

    0.1.3

    License

    MIT

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    Collaborators

    • arnaudrinquin