Troubleshooting

An invalid amount of arguments were specified for a Suite

Suite initialisers accept only one, two, or three arguments, as shown by the following snippets:

one-arguments.js
two-arguments.js
three-arguments.js
// 1 arguments
suite('name', function (suite) {
suite('an immediate suite', function (suite, test) {
test('an immediate test', function () {})
})
})

This is to ensure a suite is not confused with a test.

Resolving this error involves checking your logic to ensure that you actually want to use a Suite:

  • if you do want to use a suite, then update the specified arguments to a combination mentioned above

  • if you don't want to use a suite, then you may want to use a test instead

An invalid amount of arguments were specified for a Test

Tests only accept zero or one arguments, as shown by the following snippets:

zero-arguments.js
one-arguments.js
// 0 arguments
test('an immediate test', function () {
// completes right away
})

This is to ensure a test is not confused with a suite.

Resolving this error involves checking your logic to ensure that you actually want to use a Suite:

  • if you do want to use a test, then update the specified arguments to a combination mentioned above

  • if you don't want to use a test, then you may want to use a suite instead