On Thu, Sep 11, 2014 at 09:21:39PM +0200, Jérémy Lal wrote:
> Hi,
> version 3.5 of autopkgtest has a default test/control
> for ruby or perl packages.
> Node.js modules could also have a similar default test control:
> require('themodule')) where themodule is taken after package name
> (node-themodule).
> It is weaker (it doesn't run the upstream test suite) but it's better
> than nothing.
> Typical example at
> http://anonscm.debian.org/cgit/pkg-javascript/node-ansi.git/commit/?id=4932d564dbd982611edb74d208517852d5b45492
> Antonio, maybe you can help us with that ?

Sure. This process is in a bit of a heavy brainstorming at this point,
and we will probably extract the detection logic to a separate package
so that autopkgtest, sadt (from devscripts) and other runners that might
come into existance can share this behaviour.

I have committed support for nodejs in that new package, please check if
it suits your needs:


Please feel free to commit there if you want to change something. To run
the test suite you can just `make test` or `./test.sh`

Antonio Terceiro <terce...@debian.org>

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