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qunit-retry v0.0.5

Drop in replacement for qunit `test` which retries a failed test.


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Drop in replacement for QUnit test to retry test upon failure.

// retry this test on failure as third party service occasionally fails
// we need to test against third party service
// we can live with occasional third party service failure
retry("a test relying on 3rd party service that occassionaly fails", function(assert) {
  var result = occasionallyFailingServiceTestResult();
  assert.equal(result, 42);

Use very sparingly, for a suite of 2024 tests, using this for a single acceptance test.



npm install --save-dev qunit-retry

or using yarn:

yarn add --dev qunit-retry


How to Run Tests

npm test


qunit-retry is developed by and © mrloop and contributors. It is released under the ISC License.


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