#652 ✓ staged
Scott Downe

code plugin tests fail because of a timing issue

Reported by Scott Downe | July 18th, 2011 @ 01:53 PM | in 0.8 (closed)

code plugin has a test that looks like this:

    start: 4,
    end: 6,
    onStart: function( options ) {
      codeDiv.innerHTML = 'Test 3 - onStart [Frames: ';
      ok(true, 'Test 3 onStart was run.');
    onFrame: function ( options ) {
      codeDiv.innerHTML += '.';
    onEnd: function ( options ) {
      codeDiv.innerHTML += '] Test 3 - onEnd';
      ok(true, 'Test 3 onEnd was run.');
      ok(frames > 100, 'Test 3 onFrames was run.');

onFrame is counting the number of calls, then on onEnd, it checks to see if it is greater than 100. Right now, I'm having it fail because frames is anywhere form 30 to 60. Should only test that frames is greater than 1.

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