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From michellephung <>
Subject [GitHub] couchdb-fauxton pull request: grunt works :) with $ grunt nightwat...
Date Mon, 10 Nov 2014 21:48:51 GMT
Github user michellephung commented on the pull request:
    I made the following changes:  
    1.  updated the readme
    2.  whitespace changes
    3.  moved hardcoded 'http://localhost:8000' to a global variable
    4.  moved Selenium and Chrome driver out of the repo and into grunt task
    5.  moved Nightwatch dependencies to devDependencies
    6.  merged @robertkowalski's PR
    7.  moved test files out to their respective folders (database-related tests into apps/addon/databases/tests,
document-related tests into documents/tests folder) and deleted the nightwatch_test/tests
    8.  added a jsline node option to pass grunt test
    9. removed the timestamp variable from all test
    Nightwatch had a bug in it: it was not letting us run tests from separate folders, which
they have fixed. I've added the new version number to package.json, so you will need to `$
npm install` to get the latest Nightwatch, which fixes the bug.

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