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Attaching the sources of Node.js core modules
When developing a Node.js application it can be convenient to have code completion, validation and debugging capabilities for Node core modules (fs, path, http, etc). Unfortunately, these modules are compiled into the binary. So you have to download the Node.js source code and attach it to the project (all the required sources are located in the lib/ folder). But every time you decide to upgrad
Run nodeunit tests with WebStorm 3.0
Hello everybody, As you know Node.js support has been already presented in WebStorm 3.0. Now we would like to introduce integration with nodeunit -- unit testing framework for Node.js. To start you should have nodeunit module installed. Make sure NODE_PATH environment variable points to the parent directory of nodeunit module. To run tests first you need to create Nodeunit Run Configurati
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