Karma can not recognize 'require' statement in JSFileSpec.js file. Running karma.conf.js:  (function() {     describe("DummyEmitter creation", function(){         return it("creation", function(){             var DummyEmitte...
I set up grunt to run node.js jasmine tests. For some reason, with this config, the results always show double the tests.  Here is my config:  I'm using jasmine-node which plugs into grunt.  /spec/some-spec.js:  var myModule = require('../src...
I expect this to say "1 test", but it says "0 tests". Any idea why? This is on OS X.  $ jasmine-node --verbose my.spec.js undefined  Finished in 0.001 seconds 0 tests, 0 assertions, 0 failures, 0 skipped  $ cat my.spec.js describe(...
I'm testing the controller logic behind API endpoints in my node server with jasmine-node. Here is what this controller logic typically looks like:  var getSummary = function(req, res) {   var playerId = req.params.playerId;    db.players.getAcco...
I have a Node.js application that has a main-process.js and a child-process.js.  The main-process.js looks like this:  var childProcess = require('child_process'); var job = childProcess.spawn('node', ["child-process.js"], {...
After much hacking, I've managed to get a simple Jasmine test running via Node.  However, there is some weird stuff I do not understand... The jasmine files export functions that appear to need a reference to themselves passed back in to work (th...
I have the following test code that is being ran by jasmine-node in a file called bob_test.spec.js  require('./bob');  describe("Bob", function() {   var bob = new Bob();    it("stating something", function() {     var result...
I can run my specs with either jasmine-node or just jasmine. They both run my specs. So, what value does jasmine-node add? The readme says:     This node.js module makes the wonderful Pivotal Lab's jasmine spec framework available in node.js.   h...
const Client = require('./src/http/client');  module.exports.handler = () => {     const client = new Client();     const locationId = client.getLocationId(123); };   How can I test this module asserting that the client.getLocationId has b...
My application uses a service that returns a promise that is typically dependant on a whole bunch of other promises. I've refactored this into seperate named functions to make testing (and readability) easier. So in this case I just want to test...

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