This is the core of a unit test library but is often all I need.
The core of the library is the
run() method. It will run a set of unit tests given as a hash to the
run method optionally given a name. Some utility functions are such as
expect() which help verify results of a test. However, throwing any exception indicates the failure of a test so it should work with your favorite
assert() such as
yaut plays nice with with promises such as from yap or q. If a test returns a promise then yaut will chain the success and failure of the test back to the promise. The results of the test will not be reported until all the promises returned are resolved or rejected.
var yaut = ;var myLibrary = ;var expect = yautexpect;var assert = yautassert;yaut;
Returns true if
expected is structurally equal to
actual. It uses
for..in to enumerate objects and ignores all members that begin with
_ (that is two objects are considered equal if they only differ by the values of methods that begin with
Throws an exception if
equals() returns false comparing
actual with a value of
message, if supplied, or
"Expected " + expected + ", received " + actual + ".".
run() and will format the result to
console.log(). Returns a promise of a Boolean value that is
true when all the tests succeed or
Runs a set of unit tests given in
hash. Each property of
hash is expected to be a function containing a unit test.
run() returns a promise for object containing the results of running the tests is a matching hash with the values of the hash property values with the following properties,
trueif the test passed,
falseif it failed.
errorcontains the exception that was thrown.
The result also contains a
name property, if one is supplied to
progress callback is supplied in the
then(), it will be called with the results of each test as it is reported to yaut.