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    Tape-ES

    A Tape.js test runner and watcher for modern JavaScript. Works with both ES modules and CommonJS.

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    Features

    • runs ES module tests
    • runs tests in parallel for speed
    • uses sensible defaults
    • works with type: module packages

    Note: Since this is an ES package, it requires Node >= v14.x

    tape-es

    Arguments

    tape-es [pattern] -i [pattern] -r [path] -t [number]

    • [pattern] - the file matcher pattern (default **/*.spec.js)
    • -i | --ignore - the ignore matcher pattern (default **/node_modules/**)
    • -r | --root - the root path to run the tests from (default process.cwd())
    • -t | --threads - Number of threads to run concurrently (default 10)

    Basic Usage

    Use the defaults

    tape-es

    Advanced Usage

    Specify custom parameters

    tape-es "**/*.spec.js" -i "node_modules/**" -r ../absurdum/ -t 20

    Note: In Linux/OSX the matcher patterns must be delimited in quotes.

    tape-watch-es

    Arguments

    tape-es [pattern] -i [pattern] -r [path]

    • [pattern] - the file matcher pattern (default **/*.spec.js)
    • -i | --ignore - the ignore matcher pattern (default **/node_modules/**)
    • -r | --root - the root path to run the tests from (default process.cwd())

    Basic Usage

    Use the defaults

    tape-watch-es

    Advanced Usage

    Specify custom parameters

    tape-es "**/*.spec.js" -i "node_modules/**" -r ../absurdum/

    Note: In Linux/OSX the matcher patterns must be delimited in quotes.

    Writing Tests

    Tests are identical to Tape.js, except import is used to load modules rather than require.

    import test from 'tape';
    import { arrays } from '../../index.js';
    
    test('arrays.chunk(array) - should return a chunk for each item in the array', t => {
      // ...test code
    });

    Tap Reporters

    One of the greatest advantages to using Tape, is that it outputs results in the standard TAP format. That means you can pipe the results into a wide array of TAP reporters.

    The parallel nature of this runner will break most reporters. As a General rule.

    1. if you want speed (ie CI/CD) don't use a reporter
    2. if you want speed and readability use tap-spec
    3. if you want to use any reporter, run tests in parallel with tape-es -t 1

    Install

    npm i tape-es

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    73

    Version

    1.2.17

    License

    MIT

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    8.78 kB

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