[Buildbot-devel] Node.js-based testing

John Carr johnmdcarr at me.com
Mon Jul 16 19:49:05 UTC 2012

I'd prefer Ghost.py simply for having all our tests run from trial, and when we do want to involve a real master server those tests would be easier to orchestrate. Though I'm the guy that wants to write as little JS as possible so my opinion should hold less weight :P

John (Jc2k)

On 16 Jul 2012, at 19:57, Dustin J. Mitchell wrote:

> And, Jc2k just pointed me to http://jeanphix.me/Ghost.py/, which is
> similar, but in Python.  I think this would let us write tests in
> Python, against a real master web server, and still do detailed
> assertions about the JS results.
> The example looks a lot like Selenium, but I'd like to avoid getting
> into selenium-style testing.  I'm really most interested in
> unit-testing the functions defined in lib/*/*.js.
> Dustin
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