zuul added a
--phantom flag which provides the functionality that zuul-mp is meant to provide.
zuul --phantom instead.
Runs your mocha tests with zuul and phantomjs locally or on a build server.
npm install zuul-mp
zuul-mp with the same arguments you would pass to zuul.
You can also include arguments for mocha-phantomjs.
zuul-mp test.js# Override reporterzuul-mp test.js --reporter list# Override default portzuul-mp test.js --local 3100
--reporter list is picked up by mocha-phantomjs and all other arguments by zuul.
.zuul.yml is picked up and treated the exact
same way as it is when running zuul directly.
You can use zuul-mp's main function directly to launch it from other tools.
Starts up a zuul server and runs mocha-phantomjs against it.
arguments passed to zuul and phantomjs
working directory to be used for zuul and mocha-phantomjs
called back with eventual error and the exit code (0 if all went good)
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