You can not select more than 25 topics Topics must start with a letter or number, can include dashes ('-') and can be up to 35 characters long.
 
 
 
David Majda 810567d865 UMD parsers: Allow specifying parser dependencies 6 years ago
..
api UMD parsers: Allow specifying parser dependencies 6 years ago
behavior Support passing custom location info to "error" and "expected" 6 years ago
unit Rewrite handling of optional parameters 6 years ago
vendor/jasmine Upgrade jasmine and jasmine-node 9 years ago
.eslintrc.json ESLint: Set environments better 6 years ago
README.md Use sentence case consistently in {spec,benchmark}/README.md headers 8 years ago
helpers.js ESLint: Set environments better 6 years ago
index.html Update version to 0.9.0 7 years ago

README.md

PEG.js Spec Suite

This is the PEG.js spec suite. It ensures PEG.js works correctly. All specs should always pass on all supported platforms.

Running in Node.js

All commands in the following steps need to be executed in PEG.js root directory (one level up from this one).

  1. Install all PEG.js dependencies, including development ones:

    $ npm install

  2. Execute the spec suite:

    $ make spec

  3. Watch the specs pass (or fail).

Running in the Browser

All commands in the following steps need to be executed in PEG.js root directory (one level up from this one).

  1. Make sure you have Node.js and Python installed.

  2. Install all PEG.js dependencies, including development ones:

    $ npm install

  3. Build browser version of PEG.js:

    $ make browser

  4. Serve PEG.js root directory using a web server:

    $ python -m SimpleHTTPServer

  5. Point your browser to the spec suite.

  6. Watch the specs pass (or fail).