|F02|Hello world!|B|This is bold|/B| etc. There are always some gotchas (like unbalanced tags and alike), but the task was perfect for state-based testing.
- The framework is really easy to install.
- It mimicks’ JUnit very well (it has
tearDown, tests start with
test, and the basic asserts are the same)
- The runner looks nice
To truly recommend jsUnit, I’d like to figure you how well it runs in batch mode, and what it can actually do. I’ve only tried basic asserts so far. Anyway, It’s a cool tool worth trying only for the fun of it.
If I keep using it and it proves inadequate, I’ll probably write a post like “Why jsUnit sucks”