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Elf Debug Enzyme for help debugging Enzyme tests.
/**
* Created by charlie on 5/7/17.
* Last Update: Apr 27, 2019 (version 2 for the day)
*
* ElfDebugEnzyme requires chalk. chalk comes with create-react-app. Otherwise, install
* it like this:
*
* npm i -D chalk
*
* In your tests, initialize ElfDebugEnzyme like this:
*
* import ElfDebugEnzyme from '../ElfDebugEnzyme';
* const elfDebugEnzyme = new ElfDebugEnzyme(true, 'Foo.test.js', true);
*
* Parameters:
* Shown below in the constructor.
*
* And then use it in a test:
*
* elfDebugEnzyme.getIndex(wrapper, 'div#addressShow', 3);
*
*
* If you pass in true to the constructor then you always see the output from this code.
* If you pass false to the constructor, but true to one of the individual methods, then
* you see the output from only that method. For instance, the true in the call to getLast
* overrides the false in the constructor:
*
* const elfDebugEnzyme = new ElfDebugEnzyme(false, 'App.test.js');
*
* it('renders and reads H1 text', () => {
* const wrapper = shallow(<App />);
* const welcome = <h1>Waiting</h1>;
* elfDebugEnzyme.getLast(wrapper, welcome.type, true);
* expect(wrapper.contains(welcome)).toEqual(true);
* });
*
*/
const debug = require('debug')('elf-debug-enzyme');
const chalk = require('chalk');
const util = require('util');
if (!chalk) {
console.log('Please install chalk: npm i -D chalk');
}
export default class ElfDebugEnzyme {
/**
* @param showData: Whether or not to display output
*
* @param callerName: Pass in the name of the class that is
* using this debug tool. That way, each message written to
* the console includes the name of the class that is
* requesting to see the output.
*
* @param useDebug: Changes the output showing the element you are searching for.
* If you use true you see the literal element, if you use false you will see
* a more complex view the element that can sometimes help you debug it.
*/
constructor(showData = false, callerName = '', useDebug = true) {
this.showData = showData;
this.useDebug = useDebug;
this.callerName = callerName + ':\n';
this.showEntireWrapper = false;
}
display(value) {
if (!value) {
value = 'Not found';
}
console.log(
chalk.bold.yellow('Caller:'), chalk.green(this.callerName) +
chalk.bold.yellow('Debug value:\n') + chalk.greenBright(value)
);
}
displayWrapper(newWrapper) {
if (this.showData) {
console.log('NEW WRAPPER', this.useDebug);
newWrapper = this.useDebug ? newWrapper.debug() : newWrapper.getElement();
if (typeof newWrapper === 'object') {
if (!this.useDebug) {
newWrapper = util.inspect(newWrapper);
} else {
newWrapper = JSON.stringify(newWrapper, null, 4);
}
}
this.display(newWrapper);
}
}
getAll(wrapper, showMe) {
if (this.showData || showMe) {
const paragraphData = wrapper.debug();
this.display(paragraphData);
}
}
getAllDive(wrapper, showMe) {
if (this.showData || showMe) {
const paragraphData = wrapper.dive().debug();
this.display(paragraphData);
}
}
getElement(wrapper, element, showMe) {
if (this.showData || showMe) {
const newWrapper = wrapper.find(element);
debug(wrapper.find(element).getElement());
this.displayWrapper(newWrapper);
}
}
getFirst(wrapper, element, showMe) {
if (this.showData || showMe) {
if (this.sanity(wrapper, element)) {
const newWrapper = wrapper.find(element).first();
debug(wrapper.find(element).first().getElement());
this.displayWrapper(newWrapper);
}
}
}
getIndex(wrapper, element, index, showMe) {
if (this.showData || showMe) {
const newWrapper = wrapper.find(element).at(index);
debug(wrapper.find(element).get(index));
if (!newWrapper.exists()) {
return this.notFoundError(wrapper, {message: 'Element not found'}, element);
}
this.displayWrapper(newWrapper);
}
}
getLast(wrapper, element, showMe) {
if (this.showData || showMe) {
if (this.sanity(wrapper, element)) {
const newWrapper = wrapper.find(element).last();
debug(wrapper.find(element).last().getElement());
this.displayWrapper(newWrapper);
}
}
}
sanity(wrapper, element) {
if (!wrapper.find(element).exists()) {
return this.notFoundError(wrapper, {message: 'No elements found'}, element);
}
return true;
}
notFoundError(wrapper, err, element) {
if (this.showEntireWrapper === true) {
console.log(chalk.green(wrapper.debug()));
}
console.log(chalk.red.bgYellowBright('ERROR') +
chalk.yellowBright.bgBlueBright(chalk.black(': ' + err.message)) + '\n' +
chalk.yellowBright.bgBlueBright('Your ' + element +
' element was not found in the wrapper. Are you\n' +
'sure you are searching on the right element? Are you\n' +
'searching in the right place? Consider using fit or .only.'));
this.displayWrapper({debug: () => 'not found', getElement: () => 'not found'});
return false;
}
}
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commented May 8, 2017

In the constructor, the second parameter, callerName, can be used to pass in the name of the class that is using this debug tool. That way, each message written to the console includes the name of the class that is requesting to see the output. For instance, if Foo.test.js is using this code, then initialize it like this:

import ElfDebugEnzyme from '../ElfDebugEnzyme';
const elfDebugEnzyme = new ElfDebugEnzyme(true, 'Foo.test.js');
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