How to use finish method of Konacha Package

Best Konacha code snippet using Konacha.finish


Source:reporter.rb Github


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...14 def start(expected_example_count=nil)15 @start_time = Time.now16 process_event :start, expected_example_count17 end18 def finish(seed=nil)19 begin20 stop21 process_event :start_dump22 process_event :dump_pending23 process_event :dump_failures24 process_event :dump_summary, duration, example_count, failure_count, pending_count25 process_event :seed, seed if seed26 ensure27 process_event :close28 end29 end30 def stop31 @duration = - @start_time if @start_time32 process_event :stop33 end34 def passed?35 failure_count == 036 end37 def process_mocha_event(event)38 event_name = event['event'].tr(' ', '_')39 send "handle_mocha_#{event_name}", event40 end41 def example_count42 examples.count43 end44 def failure_count45 examples.values.count { |example| example.failed? }46 end47 def pending_count48 examples.values.count { |example| example.pending? }49 end50 def process_event(method, *args, &block)51 @formatters.each do |formatter|52 formatter.send method, *args, &block53 end54 end55 def update_or_create_object(data, type)56 collection = type == 'test' ? examples : @groups57 object = collection[data['fullTitle']]58 if object59 object.update_metadata(data)60 else61 klass = type == 'test' ? Example : ExampleGroup62 parent = @groups[data['parentFullTitle']]63 object = collection[data['fullTitle']] =, parent)64 end65 object66 end67 private68 def event_object(event)69 update_or_create_object(event['data'], event['type'])70 end71 def handle_mocha_start(event)72 start(event['testCount'])73 end74 def handle_mocha_end(event)75 finish76 end77 def handle_mocha_suite(event)78 process_event :example_group_started, event_object(event)79 end80 def handle_mocha_test(event)81 process_event :example_started, event_object(event)82 end83 def handle_mocha_pass(event)84 process_event :example_passed, event_object(event)85 end86 def handle_mocha_pending(event)87 object = event_object(event)88 # Mocha emits pending without a start event; RSpec emits start, then pending89 process_event :example_started, object90 process_event :example_pending, object91 end92 def handle_mocha_fail(event)93 process_event :example_failed, event_object(event)94 end95 def handle_mocha_suite_end(event)96 process_event :example_group_finished, event_object(event)97 end98 end99end...

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1 suite.matcher = "{spec/javascripts,app/assets}/**/*_spec.{js,,coffee}"2 expect(1).to.equal 13 expect(2).to.equal 24 expect(3).to.equal 35 expect(4).to.equal 46 expect(5).to.equal 57 expect(6).to.equal 68 expect(7).to.equal

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