does simulate the DOM using jsdom (https://github.com/tmpvar/jsdom).
It's the successor to the (now defunct) webr experiment (https://github.com/thatdutchguy/webr).
This is a work in progress, and is still in its early stages.
I hammered this out while attending LSRC V. I'm still figuring out this node.js thing and
am not sure how I'm going to structure this yet. Stuff will change. Stuff will break.
npm install -g windtunnel
wt <path> [options]
wt jspec/ --summarizer html
wt jspec/awesome_spec.js --summarizer html
The HMTL summarizer has been tailored to work well with TextMate.
- Output format can be text or html (a la RSpec).
- Each spec file will run in it's own context, so things won't bleed through into specs run from other files.
- A "script" method is exposed for loading other scripts in your spec. Scripts paths should be relative to the file loading them.
- The "require" method is exposed to the context specs run in, allowing you to do more advanced things like load files
from disk (for example: template files).