crafting (and) JavaScript

TestStitcher can handle many files

TestStitcher can now not only handle one file but any number of files (see the commit that finished it) and show the tests in a structured way, see the README for all details.

While doing that I discovered that passing too many argument to the file seems to stop at some point, it just doesn't do anything. Reading here this seems not to be the issue, I ran getconf ARG_MAX and it's above 200k, so that should not have been the issue. Anyways, thinking about it for a while I thought of making TestStitcher read a .test-stitcher.config.json of a project, which lists all files that shall be read by TestStitcher. In the future it might also contain whatever configurations.

What is TestStitcher?

Test stitcher, a small project that I had in my head for years, is taking shape. Test-sticher reads test files and spits out the test descriptions in a structured way. I am a big fan of readable and useful tests. Starting with well structured test descriptions sounds like a great start. But that is just the start, I got quite some ideas and a vision behind this one, watch this site for more info.