How to use the check-error.compatibleInstance function in check-error

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github open-webrtc-toolkit / owt-client-javascript / test / unit / resources / scripts / deps / chai-as-promised-browserified.js View on Github external
reason => {
                const errorLikeCompatible = errorLike && (errorLike instanceof Error ?
                                                        checkError.compatibleInstance(reason, errorLike) :
                                                        checkError.compatibleConstructor(reason, errorLike));

                const errMsgMatcherCompatible = errMsgMatcher && checkError.compatibleMessage(reason, errMsgMatcher);

                const reasonName = getReasonName(reason);

                if (negate && everyArgIsDefined) {
                    if (errorLikeCompatible && errMsgMatcherCompatible) {
                        this.assert(true,
                                    null,
                                    "expected promise not to be rejected with #{exp} but it was rejected " +
                                    "with #{act}",
                                    errorLikeName,
                                    reasonName);
                    }
                } else {
github open-webrtc-toolkit / owt-client-javascript / test / unit / resources / scripts / deps / chai-as-promised.js View on Github external
reason => {
                const errorLikeCompatible = errorLike && (errorLike instanceof Error ?
                                                        checkError.compatibleInstance(reason, errorLike) :
                                                        checkError.compatibleConstructor(reason, errorLike));

                const errMsgMatcherCompatible = errMsgMatcher && checkError.compatibleMessage(reason, errMsgMatcher);

                const reasonName = getReasonName(reason);

                if (negate && everyArgIsDefined) {
                    if (errorLikeCompatible && errMsgMatcherCompatible) {
                        this.assert(true,
                                    null,
                                    "expected promise not to be rejected with #{exp} but it was rejected " +
                                    "with #{act}",
                                    errorLikeName,
                                    reasonName);
                    }
                } else {
github RxJSInAction / rxjs-in-action / app / js / helpers / chai-as-promised-bundle.js View on Github external
function (reason) {
                var errorLikeCompatible = errorLike && (errorLike instanceof Error ?
                                                        checkError.compatibleInstance(reason, errorLike) :
                                                        checkError.compatibleConstructor(reason, errorLike));

                var errMsgMatcherCompatible = errMsgMatcher && checkError.compatibleMessage(reason, errMsgMatcher);

                var reasonName = getReasonName(reason);

                if (negate && everyArgIsDefined) {
                    if (errorLikeCompatible && errMsgMatcherCompatible) {
                        that.assert(true,
                                    null,
                                    "expected promise not to be rejected with #{exp} but it was rejected " +
                                    "with #{act}",
                                    errorLikeName,
                                    reasonName);
                    }
                }

check-error

Error comparison and information related utility for node and the browser

MIT
Latest version published 16 days ago

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