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x/packup/serve_test.ts

📦 Zero-config web application packager in Deno
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import { assertEquals } from "./test_deps.ts";
Deno.test("cli.ts serve <entrypoint> --port <port> --livereload-port <port> -- serves the site at the given port and livereload port", async () => { const p = Deno.run({ cmd: [ Deno.execPath(), "run", "-A", "--unstable", "cli.ts", "serve", "examples/simple/index.html", "--port", "4567", "--livereload-port", "34567", ], }); await new Promise((resolve) => setTimeout(resolve, 3000)); let res = await fetch("http://localhost:4567/index.html"); assertEquals( await res.text(), `<html><head></head><body><div>aaa</div>\n<script src="http://localhost:34567/livereload.js"></script></body></html>`, );
// Non existent path returns the same response as the main html. // This is useful for apps which use client side routing. res = await fetch("http://localhost:4567/asdf"); assertEquals( await res.text(), `<html><head></head><body><div>aaa</div>\n<script src="http://localhost:34567/livereload.js"></script></body></html>`, ); p.close();});