Commit 8b6e37b0 authored by Dan Allen's avatar Dan Allen

update the commands used to run tests in contributing [skip ci]

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......@@ -244,7 +244,7 @@ These tasks are defined in [.path]_gulpfile.js_.
To launch these tasks, you need to install the CLI interface for Gulp using:
$ yarn global add gulp-cli
$ npm install -g gulp-ci
The gulp-cli module provides the `gulp` command.
You can verify this command is on your path using:
......@@ -304,7 +304,7 @@ You can omit the `build` argument since it's the default command:
This project uses {uri-mocha}[mocha] to run the tests and the assertion library {uri-chai}[chai].
To run the test suite, use:
$ yarn test
$ gulp test
Note that this command also computes a coverage report using {uri-istanbul}[istanbul].
You can browse this report in a web browser by opening the HTML file [.path]_coverage/index.html_.
......@@ -354,7 +354,7 @@ You'll find the documentation for their APIs here:
If you're working on tests or refactoring tested code, you can run the test suite continuously, using:
$ yarn run test-watch
$ yarn run test-watch
This command runs the test suite and coverage report each time you save the test or the code under test.
......@@ -376,7 +376,7 @@ The CI pipeline essentially boils down to these three commands:
* `yarn install`
* `gulp lint`
* `yarn test`
* `gulp test`
You can view the results of the pipelines on the {uri-ci-pipelines}[pipelines dashboard].
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