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    referee

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    referee is in your unit tests, deciding who passes and who fails.

    It is a test-framework agnostic assertion and expectation library. Some highlights:

    • Rich library of assertions
    • Symmetric assert/refute (refute is referee's "assert.not*")
    • Evented: Emits success and failure events
    • Failing assertions throw exceptions by default, but can be configured to not
    • API to add custom assertions that provides quite a bit of plumbing for free

    Full documentation: docs.busterjs.org/en/latest/modules/referee.

    referee works in browsers (including old and rowdy ones, like IE6) and Node. It will define itself as an AMD module if you want it to (i.e. if there's a define function available).

    Changelog

    1.2.0 (2015-Nov-16)

    • Updated dependencies #13
    • Added license info in package.json #12
    • A test method on assertions, returning a promise which is resolved, when assertion passes, and rejected when it fails; relies on a Promise global (shimmable) #9

    1.1.1 (2014-Dec-12)

    1.1.0 (2014-Oct-31)

    1.0.3 (2014-Apr-30)

    Developers - Running tests

    Node

    1. npm install - installs dev dependencies
    2. npm test - runs node tests

    Browsers

    1. npm install - installs dev dependencies
    2. npm start - starts buster server
    3. open url localhost:1111/capture in the browser(s) you want to test with
    4. npm run-script test-browser - runs browser tests

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    install

    npm i referee

    Downloadsweekly downloads

    1,711

    version

    1.2.0

    license

    BSD-3-Clause

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