How to I configure TeamCity build with Mocha?
I have a project that I am setting up through Teamcity for CI. The project itself is a nodejs application and it includes test written in Mocha, which we cover through jscoverage. In the build configuration I'm setting up I have 3 build steps which occur on checkin.
call jscoverage.exe against the folders in my project that I'm covering.
call mocha to run the test against the jscovered files from step 1 and output to the html-cov reporter
move the generated coverage.html report into a public web directory to browse later.
The build currently fails on step 2: mocha" is not present in directory C:\NodeJS\MeasuresAPI
I've made sure to include mocha and all my node packages in the system environment paths and I am able to access them in the command prompt, but TeamCity doesnt appear to see them.
for the jscoverage.exe, I had to include the full path. With mocha, I tried including the path to my node global installation where mocha installed to but it gives me an error:
"..\node_modules\mocha\bin\mocha" (in directory "C:\NodeJS\MeasuresAPI"): CreateProcess error=193, %1 is not a valid Win32 application
Anyone had any experience with Teamcity and Mocha and how to get them to play nice? or any ideas for continuous integration with a nodejs, mocha stack?
Yes , this happened to me too, when I was setting up TeamCity to run mocha on Windows Server. The solution was to call mocha by specifying path to the mocha.cmd bat file. For example , if you have folder C:\mocha and you have executed npm install mocha
in that directory , than path to the bat file will be
And you can tell Teamcity to execute mocha command by giving it next instruction :
C:\mocha\node_modules.bin\mocha --ui tdd --reporter html-cov test\measureDBTests.js > coverage.html