How to use @wdio/spec-reporter - 1 common examples

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github salesforce / lwc / packages / integration-tests / scripts / reporter.js View on Github external
/*
 * Copyright (c) 2018, salesforce.com, inc.
 * All rights reserved.
 * SPDX-License-Identifier: MIT
 * For full license text, see the LICENSE file in the repo root or https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT
 */
const SpecReporter = require('@wdio/spec-reporter').default;

function decorateCompatPreface(reporter, preface) {
    const modePreface = ` [${reporter.options.mode}]`;
    return preface + modePreface;
}

class LWCIntegrationReporter extends SpecReporter {
    getResultList(cid, suites, preface = '') {
        return super.getResultList.call(this, cid, suites, decorateCompatPreface(this, preface));
    }
}

LWCIntegrationReporter.reporterName = 'LWCIntegrationReporter';

module.exports = LWCIntegrationReporter;

@wdio/spec-reporter

A WebdriverIO plugin to report in spec style

MIT
Latest version published 2 days ago

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