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Chutzpah 3.1.1

Rating:        Based on 2 ratings
Reviewed:  2 reviews
Downloads: 488
Released: Feb 14, 2014
Updated: Mar 11, 2014 by mmanela
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Release Notes

  • Fix encoding of html test harness

  • 185 Specify which tests to run using Chutzpah.json file
  • 207 Upgrade to Jasmine 2.0
  • 199 Show output of console.log in VS test adapter as well as context menu runner
  • 198 Visual Studio test discovery engine locks chutzpah.json file
  • 193 Chutzpah.json Caching issues
  • 204 QUnit global failure is ignored by chutzpah at console

Reviews for this release

Chutzpah 3.1.1 works quite impressively out of the box! The use of a JSON file for configuration settings is a bit unorthodox, but works well. The default setting to use absolute paths from drive root takes some getting used to, and the code coverage includes or excludes settings require file name specifications, rather than directory paths. Javascript code coverage also does not yet integrate with Visual Studio. In all, Chutzpah is an excellent free option to integrate javascript tests into Visual Studio! Thanks, mmanela!
by mdekrey on Mar 12, 2014 at 2:46 AM
We have about 60 qunit test that works fine in 3.0.1. We tried upgrading to 3.1.0 and all tests still pass, however for each test file chutzpah reports "Error: SyntaxError: Parse error While Running:<path-to-js-file>" And returns with a non-zero exit code, causing CI to flag the build as broken. Update: This is the command we use: chutzpah.console.exe <path-to-js-file> Update 2: Release 3.1.1 fixes the issues described above. Thanks!
by awarberg on Feb 22, 2014 at 2:36 PM
That means you are passing FailOnError argument on the command line. In 3.1.0 Chutzpah fixed a bug where it wouldn't report JS errors from QUnit tests. What this means is you have syntax errors in your QUnit tests. If you are unhappy with this behavior please file a bug to give me more details to look into.
Reply by mmanela (Coordinator) on Feb 15, 2014 at 11:08 PM