And that would warrant some documentation too.

The tests are generated from the js test files.

You'll need to run rake test for that.

Which in turn will prompt you to require unittest_js submodules.

Let me know how things go.



On Mar 20, 10:39 am, "T.J. Crowder" <> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I don't seem to be seeing the unit test HTML files.  Apologies if I've
> done something daft, but I'm running out the door so I thought I'd
> ping in hopes of being able to work on stuff (I have a bunch of doc
> tickets to deal with) later this afternoon.
> I've installed Ruby, Git, etc. and have cloned the repo and
> successfully built via rake dist.  According to the contribute page:
> << To see what unit tests look like, open up any of the HTML documents
> found in test/unit/ in your browser.  They run automatically, so you
> should see a flurry of green-colored rows after a few moments.>>
> There aren't any HTML files in test/unit at all (there are several
> JavaScript files that look like they may well implement certain
> specific tests).  There are some HTML files elsewhere in the tree, but
> so far nothing I've found looks like the bunch of green rows
> described.  Could someone point me at it or give me an idea where I
> may have gone astray?
> Thanks in advance,
> --
> T.J. Crowder
> tj / crowder software / com
> Independent Software Engineer, consulting services available
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