Chutzpah Test Adapter for the Test Explorer

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Chutzpah adapter for the Visual Studio Unit Test Explorer. Chutzpah is an open source JavaScript test runner which enables you to run JavaScript unit tests from the command line and from inside of Visual Studio.

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Visual Studio
2013, 2012
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9/17/2014
3.2.4
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by jpope3536 | August 27 2014

by Jovica Milenovic | July 27 2014

VS2012 (Update 4):
Test fails in Testexplorer but succeeds in "In-Browser-Test" using QUnit.

http://jsfiddle.net/legends77/8E8Ls/1/

Matthew Manela July 27 2014
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This is a bug in the version of QUnit chutzpah uses. I just commited a change to rev to the next version (https://chutzpah.codeplex.com/SourceControl/changeset/360a23f199f2ba8c08167986d20a54344ee13a1d).

by davidG of Elecuter | June 10 2014

Unfortunately, the plug-in simply doesn't work, with no tests or test projects showing up in the test explorer :(

Matthew Manela June 17 2014
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Sorry it is not working for you. That usually means you have not configured Chutzpah correctly for your tests. Please file a repro on chutzpah.codeplex.com and I can help with that.

by Benoit P | June 02 2014

Combined with the Chutzpah Test Runner Context Menu Extension this extension is, for me, the best solution available now for javascript TDD with Visual Studio (http://bit.ly/T64eqS)

by Marcos Gallardo | May 28 2014

Awesome tool!
But it doesn't work on VS 2013 Update 2

Matthew Manela May 29 2014
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It works for me fine in update 2. If you have a specific issue please file it with a repro at chutzpah.codeplex.com

by heikeMind | April 03 2013

I like the plugin on my local development environment. But it has been a huge problem on setting up TFS with chutzpah in typescript. I have not able to fix an issue in the issue tracker almost a month: http://chutzpah.codeplex.com/workitem/98

I also not sure whether it is the only problem I faced unless I can solve it and move forward.
Also the blog for setting up TFS with chutzpah is outdated. The dll files are not matched. So I am also wonder whether I am doing a right by following the blog. Thanks.

by MatthewBlott | March 29 2013

I've ranked this two stars which is a bit generous but I did have it working at some point a while ago. I've tried to install several times and have now rebuilt my machine and still no joy. I have posted a question on StackOverflow but, alas, not a single answer yet. I do a lot of JavaScript these days and this would be a real help but I'm wondering whether it's worth ditching VS and moving to WebStorm and a Mac environment.

Matthew Manela March 29 2013
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Sorry that you are running into issues. I responded a few days ago on your StackOverflow post asking if you could file a bug on chutzpah.codeplex.com and attach a zip file which contains a repro. That would help me track and diagnose your issue.

Thanks,
-Matt

by OsirisTerje | February 03 2013

by Ruezaki | December 25 2012

by Konstantin Tarkus | December 24 2012

Great job! Keep it going.

by Mads Kristensen | November 28 2012

by Shimmy Weitzhandler | October 28 2012

+5 for the name!!!

by Andre123456 | September 02 2012

I had to add the following to the extension.vsixmanifest in Chutzpah.VS2012.vsix, to get it to install in VS Express:
<InstallationTarget Version="[11.0,12.0)" Id="Microsoft.VisualStudio.VWDExpress" />

Matthew Manela September 10 2012
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3rd party extensions aren't support in the express skus. So this is by design. Even if you mark Chutzpah as supporting VWDExpress it still won't work.

by David Wesst | May 10 2012

Works just like it should, even if its in beta I wouldn't know. Using it with Jasmine tests.

Thanks!

by Vicenç García | April 05 2012

Great job!

by Steven Wilssens MSFT | March 01 2012