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JavaScript Tests

ReSharper | Options | Tools | Unit Testing | JavaScript Tests

In this page of ReSharper options, you can adjust preferences for unit testing assistance in JavaScript and TypeScript.

Item

Description

Jasmine

Enable Jasmine support

By default, ReSharper adds action indicators allowing you to execute Jasmine tests right from the editor and automatically discovers Jasmine tests in your solution. Clear this check box to disable this behavior.

Jasmine version

Choose the version of Jasmine framework used by ReSharper test runner.

Enable custom HTML harness

Use this option to allow ReSharper's test runner run tests with custom HTML test harness, compatible with the Chutzpah test runner.

Test harness path

File name or path to the HTML harness file. Use the selector to specify absolute or relative path.

Copy default implementation to clipboard

Copies to the clipboard a default HTML harness template with special Chutzpah placeholders.

QUnit

Enable QUnit support

By default, ReSharper adds action indicators allowing you to execute QUnit tests right from the editor and automatically discovers QUnit tests in your solution. Clear this check box to disable this behavior.

Jasmine version

Choose the version of Jasmine framework used by ReSharper test runner.

Enable custom HTML harness

Use this option to allow ReSharper's test runner run tests with custom HTML test harness, compatible with the Chutzpah test runner.

Test harness path

File name or path to the HTML harness file. Use the selector to specify absolute or relative path.

Copy default implementation to clipboard

Copies to the clipboard a default HTML harness template with special Chutzpah placeholders.

Run Tests With

Web Browser

If this option is selected, you can specify the browser where ReSharper will run tests.

PhantomJS

If this option is selected, ReSharper will run tests with PhantomJS. You will need to specify relative or absolute path to the PhantomJS.exe.

Command line arguments

Specify optional command-line arguments passed to the selected runtime (web browser or PhantomJS).

Last modified: 5 October 2018

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