On Thu, Dec 3, 2015 at 12:35 PM, Tom Hughes <tom@compton.nu> wrote:
So you can do it with node-qunit... But it's a bit fiddly...

npm install qunit


node_modules/qunit/bin/cli.js -c jschardet:./index.js -t ./tests/jschardet.js

except you also have to change module to QUnit.module (because module is reserved in node) and equals to equal (because this is a newer qunit version) in the tests.

Wow, not sure I would have figured that out on my own.  I got as far as packaging up the dependencies for qunit, but there's obviously something wrong in my qunit package because it was giving me a different error.  When I use the qunit installed by npm, the tests run, but I get five failing tests.   :-(

Jared Smith