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fork of javascript quickcheck from http://bitbucket.org/darrint/qc.js/changesets:
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update README and documentation building
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update README and documentation building
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bugfix in expectException
JS Quickcheck Features

- Listener UI's for Firebug, Firebug Lite (cross browser), and Rhino 
- Arbitrary generators are objects with fields arb and shrink (to add
  shrinking support later. The field shrink is optional and interpreted as 'null' if not present).
- Nice stable of generators available out of the box.
- arbArray to generate an arbitrary JS array.
- arbSelect to uniformly select one of the given generators
- arbNull which will always return 'null'
- arbNullOr generator returning null or the given generators return
  value (probability for null is 0.1)
- implemented 'classify' and 'collect' (see selfcheck.js for example)
- implemented simple shrinking strategies for primitive types
- arbArray has an optional second parameter setting its shrinking strategy 
- runrhino.js to tests so one can run selfcheck from command line by
  'rhino runrhino.js'
- implemented expectException property modifier

- start some kind of documentation

Build Documentation:

In order to build the documentation you will need:

- jsdoc toolkit (http://code.google.com/p/jsdoc-toolkit/). 
  It is recommended to set the JSDOCDIR environment variable

- jsdoc simple template (http://github.com/urso/jsdoc-simple):
  just copy 'jsdoc-simple' directory to jsdoc toolkit's template directory

- run './mkdoc' shell command (needs *nix shell).

qc.js was originally written by Darrin Thompson with extensive contributions
from Steffen Siering.
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