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NAME ^

Test::JavaScript::More - test javascript code

SYNOPSIS ^

  #!/usr/bin/perl
  use Test::JavaScript::More;

  // from here on the script is all JavaScript
  plan(1);
  
  function foo() { return "foo"; }

  ok( foo(), "returns true" );
  is( foo(), "foo", "more specifically, 'foo'" );

DESCRIPTION ^

This module provides Test::More-like function for JavaScript (the current implementation just imports some of Test::More's functions into JavaScript space).

Everything below the use Test::JavaScript::More line will be interpreted as JavaScript. You can subclass this module and set up your context to include library code.

The line numbers will match up. Any lines in the test file up to and including the use Test::JavaScript::More are replaced with newlines in the compiled JavaScript.

JAVASCRIPT FUNCTIONS ^

This module exports a bunch lot of functions to JavaScript:

Testing Functions

plan( number_of_tests)

Plan the number of tests. The same as Test::More's plan.

ok( true_or_false, label )

Is this okay? The same as Test::More's ok.

is( value, expected, label )

Is this this? The same as Test::More's is.

diag( string )

Produce some diagnostic output (i.e. text with # in front of it.) The same as Test:More's diag.

like( string, match, label )

Does this string match the regular expression?

unlike( string, match, label )

Does this string not match the regular expression?

throws_ok( function, match, label )

Does this function throw an exception that matches this regular expression

Toto Testing

todo( true_or_false )

Set'todo' mode (or not.) If set to true, all subseqent tests run now will be todo tests. You have to manually set this back to false to stop being in todo being in 'todo' mode.

BUGS ^

throws_ok, like and unlike do their diagnostic error messages the wrong way round.

AUTHOR ^

Documentation and original crazy scheme for reading in the caller file by Mark Fowler. Testing functionality by Tom Insam and Stig Brautaset. Extracted from an internal Fotango test module by Stig Brautaset and Ash Berlin.

LICENCE AND COPYRIGHT ^

Copyright (c) 2007, Fotango and Claes Jakobsson <claesjac@cpan.org>. All rights reserved.

This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. See perlartistic.

DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY ^

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