Runs Mocha tests, all or selected. Then prints the result to an output window.
This is a maintained, bugfixed fork of the Mocha extension. Unlike the original, it also works on Mac and Linux. To use "Mocha Latte", uninstall the "Mocha" extension.
This extension is inspired by Node.js Tools for Visual Studio.
To run Mocha tests:
You can run tests by:
How it works
By default, this extensions will discover tests by searching for
Because your tests may requires a newer version of Node.js than the one powering Visual Studio Code, thus, this extension will attempt to find your installed Node.js and use it for your tests. It will search for the installed Node.js as indicated by environmental variable
When the test is being run, we will add
When you ask to run the test under cursor position, the extension will parse the current file and look for matching tests or suites.
If the file contains tests or suites defined using template strings or via dynamic generation, the regular expression
No one shoe could fit everyone. You may need to turn some switches on to fit your project. Please file us an issue if you think there is a better way to fit you and the others.
Configuring Mocha options
Under File > Preferences > Workspace Settings, you can configure Mocha options, e.g. run in "tdd" mode, detect/ignore leaks, etc.
Setting a keyboard shortcut
To quickly run tests, you can create a keyboard shortcut under File > Preferences > Keyboard Shortcuts. For example, the following JSON will run all tests with
Following commands are also supported:
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