mocha-ui-exports-auto-describe

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    mocha-ui-exports-auto-describe

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    Like the built-in Mocha exports UI but also adds a describe block per-file.

    Install

    # npm
    $ npm install mocha-ui-exports-auto-describe
    
    # Yarn
    $ yarn add mocha-ui-exports-auto-describe

    Usage

    Structure your tests as usual:

    |-test
      |-index.test.js
      |-cli.test.js
    

    Run mocha. The output will contain describe blocks per-file:

    $ mocha --require mocha-ui-exports-auto-describe
    
      index
        ✓ valid
        ✓ special case
      cli
        ✓ command works
        ✓ options work
    
      1 passing

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    See also

    • output-files: Output a tree of files and directories by providing an object. Especially useful for testing with real files.
    • with-local-tmp-dir: Creates a temporary folder inside cwd, cds inside the folder, runs a function, and removes the folder. Especially useful for testing.
    • expect-mocha-image-snapshot: A wrapper around jest-image-snapshot that makes it compatible to Mocha.
    • jest-image-matcher: A Jest matcher for image comparisons based on pixelmatch. Can also be used with Mocha. Useful for visual regression testing.
    • unify-mocha-output: Adjusts a Mocha output so that it is consistent across platforms and can be used for snapshot testing. Basically adjusts the checkmark symbol and removes time values.

    License

    MIT License © Sebastian Landwehr

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    Install

    npm i mocha-ui-exports-auto-describe

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