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Jasmine Scaffold

Scaffold out your Jasmine tests without the JS

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Jasmine Scaffold

A Sublime Text plugin to help scaffold out your Jasmine tests without the JS.

Installation

You can install via Sublime Package Control.

Open 'Package Control: Install Package' in your Command Palette and search for 'jasmine scaffold'.

The plugin should be picked up automatically. If not then you may need to restart Sublime Text.

Usage

  • Write your specifications in plain English, indenting where required. e.g.
a unit of code
    when correctly initialised
        should run the desired functionality
    when incorrectly initialised
        should return the correct error
  • Run Jasmine Scaffold (you can run for the whole file or highlight a selection of your file and run only for that):

    • Ctrl Cmd Shift + J for OSX users
    • Ctrl Alt Shift + J for Windows & Linux users

      or

    • Right click within the file editor area and click 'Run Jasmine Scaffold'

Your specification will immediately be formatted into JavaScript code ready for tests to be added. e.g.

describe('a unit of code', function() {

    describe('when correctly initialised', function() {

        it('should run the desired functionality', function() {

        });

    });

    describe('when incorrectly initialised', function() {

        it('should return the correct error', function() {

        });

    });

});

Contributing

Contributions are more than welcome, no matter how large or small. The workflow I used for working on the plugin as follows (YMMV):

  • On your command line navigate to the packages folder for Sublime Text, which by default for Sublime Text 3 is located at Users\”Username”\Library\Application Support\Sublime Text 3\Packages on OSX and C:\Users\”Username”\AppData\Roaming\Sublime Text 3\Packages on Windows.

  • Fork the project within GitHub.

  • Clone your fork & cd into it

git clone git@github.com:"Username"/jasmine-scaffold-sublime-text.git & cd jasmine-scaffold-sublime-text

You'll then be able to test the plugin as you make changes directly in Sublime Text. There are sample files to test on within the test directory.

Commit your work, push it to GitHub and submit a pull request with an explanation of the patch.

License

Released under the MIT license: opensource.org/licenses/MIT