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How to test plugins?

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Yet another question 😉 I just created my first tiny httpyac plugin \o/. Same time its my first JS project ever, too.

No TS and all that jazz (yet) - but I wanted at least to test it before releasing. I got the test framework up and running, but I wonder how can I ensure cli.execute to load the plugin for testing? I thought of a deeper layer than the cli which could be evoked and load the plugin? Any ideas?

If you have the time pls check Thanks

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  • State:closed
  • Created 2 years ago
  • Reactions:1
  • Comments:14 (14 by maintainers)

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rngtngcommented, Dec 6, 2021
rngtngcommented, Dec 6, 2021


I kept one high-level integration test, moved the edge cases to unit test. I c&p you getHeader to stay independent as much of the inner httpyac implementation. Next setting up pipeline and publish npm 😛

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