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I am trying since a while to determine how I am supposed to create tests for the prompts. Using Enquirer directly, I can use its events, but using Listr, I don’t have access to the underlying Enquirer object.

Is there currently any way to test prompts? Thanks!

EDIT - I think the ability to pass an instance of Enquirer, the same as logger, to a Listr object, would solve the issue, because we would be able to pass a fake Enquirer object, hence, to test it.

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  • State:closed
  • Created 3 years ago
  • Comments:6 (6 by maintainers)

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cenk1cenk2commented, Jul 22, 2020

Can you try the latest beta from listr2@beta. I was also writing something basing this as a dependency had to do some minor fixes, so hopefully added your functionality before weekend as well, weeee.

cenk1cenk2commented, Jul 22, 2020

Hi Mr. Innocenzi,

I think that idea is feasible and doable. I will have a look at that this weekend because at last, I was also planning to add tests for renderers. I was planning to that with jest-mock-process. Maybe that can be the answer since you can manipulate stdout as well as stdin. But you are right, unfortunately, at the moment there is no easy way to spy on the instance of enquirer since I converted it to be a dynamic import.

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