Node.js module to support blanket.js code coverage when injecting dependencies via sandboxed-module
The typical use case is to provide code coverage metrics when unit testing a module you are mocking/stubbing the dependencies of.
Although sandboxed-module is the mocking library of choice, the promise glue provided by sandboxed-module-blanket could be used with any library that requires synchronous source code modification.
npm install sandboxed-module-blanket
pattern: 'module-under-test';var SandboxedModule = ;var SandboxedModuleBlanket = ;var moduleUnderTest = SandboxedModule;
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