As a long-time passionate Emacs user, I've been curious about Lisp in general and Emacs Lisp in particular for quite some time. Until recently I had not written any Lisp apart from my .emacs.d setup, despite having read both An introduction to programming in Emacs Lisp and The Little Schemer last summer. A year later, I have finally written some Lisp, and I thought I'd share the code as an introduction to others out there curious about Lisp and extending Emacs.
Since my talk at Front-Trends in Poland last week I've gotten a few requests for examples of using Sinon.JS with QUnit. Sinon.JS is completely test framework agnostic and should be very easy to use with any testing framework. This post introduces a mini-plugin, sinon-qunit and shows a few examples of using Sinon.JS with QUnit.
Last week I gave a talk at FrontTrends 2010. Here's the code from my talk, and a brief summary of it.
I hacked a little on JsTestDriver today, fixing a few bugs in some assertions, and possibly more interestingly - improved assertion error messages for certain types of objects.
A small git script and two lisp functions can go a long way in helping you "live code" in a prepared and controlled matter at conferences.
Sinon.JS 0.6.0 is out and it features a new
FakeXMLHttpRequest object and a high-level interface for testing xhr-dependent code along with improvements to