Execute jasmine with ts-node

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NOTE: The original maintainer @svi3c seems to have disappeared. We've made a fork, so that we can fix issues that are stopping us from using jasmine-ts in our own projects.
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A simplification for running jasmine with ts-node.


npm i -D jasmine-ts


  • In your package.json file create a test script:

```json {
"scripts": {
  "test": "jasmine-ts \"path/to/specs/**/*.spec.ts\""
} ```
  • Initialize jasmine

``` nodemodules/.bin/jasmine-ts init ```
Note: This module enables the configuration support of reporters. For example, if you want to use the jasmine-spec-reporter
, which provides a nice output, you can add a reporters array to the jasmine.json file like this:
```json {
"reporters": [
    "name": "jasmine-spec-reporter#SpecReporter",
    "options": {
      "displayStacktrace": "all"
} ``` If the reporters are not the default export of the module, you can reference another export by using the # separator.
  • Run the tests

``` npm test ```

Running with istanbul coverage

You can use nyc to check your test coverage.
Example package.json:
  "scripts": {
    "test": "nyc  -r lcov -e .ts -x \"*.spec.ts\" jasmine-ts \"path/to/specs/**/*.spec.ts\""


You still need to install the typings for jasmine to make the typescript-compiler happy about your specs:
TypeScript 2:
npm i -D @types/jasmine

TypeScript 1:
typings i -DG dt~jasmine

Since 0.1.3 ts-node options are passed through to ts-node.