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Karma​Runner

by knee-cola ALL

A SublimeText plugging which helps run Karma Test Runner from ST editor.

Labels Karma, Jasmine

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KarmaRunner for SublimeText

KarmaRunner provides an easy interface for running Karma directly from SublimeText editor.

The main features are: - starting and stopping Karma from the drop-down menu - shows Karma output pannel whenever it detects a “.js” file is saved

KarmaRunner Screenshot

1. Prerequisites

Before installing KarmaRunner make sure to install SublimeANSI.

Also you need to install and configure the Karma test runner and make sure it works as expected.

2. Installation

You can install via Sublime Package Control Or you can clone this repository into your SublimeText Packages directory

3. Build System Settings

KarmaRunner needs a build system to be setup in the Sublime's project file. The default name for the build system is “Karma” (can be overriden in plugin settings file). Here's an example:

{
    "build_systems":
    [
        {
            "name": "Karma",
            "cmd":
            [
                "C:\\Program Files (x86)\\nodejs\\node.exe",
                "node_modules/karma/bin/karma",
                "start",
                "karma.conf.js"
            ],

            // path to the location where karma.conf.js file is stored
            "path": "${project_path}/test/",
            "working_dir": "${project_path}/test/",

            // redirecting output to the SublimeANSI plugin
            // this plugin apply color to Karma output
            "syntax": "Packages/ANSIescape/ANSI.tmLanguage",
            "target": "ansi_color_build"
        }
    ],
}

4. Configuring Karma to run Continuously

In your Karma config file you should set singleRun to false and autoWatch to true, so that Karma continuously watches for file changes. That way Karma will automatically re-run all the tests whenever it detects a JavaScript file was saved.

Here's a snippet from the Karma config file:

// enable / disable watching file and executing tests whenever any file changes
autoWatch: true,

// Continuous Integration mode
// if true, Karma captures browsers, runs the tests and exits
singleRun: false,

5. Configuring Karma to use colors (optional)

In order for Karma results to look better you need to use spec reporter. See the karma-spec-reporter Git page for instructions on how to install and set it up.

6. Using

To run Karma simply choose Tools > Karma > Run Karma or press Ctrl+P and type “Run Karma”

To stop Karma choose Tools > Karma > Kill Karma or press Ctrl+P and type “Kill Karma”