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I can't find a way how to stop some part of it's from run if one of them failed



I'm using mocha-as-promised, so the code might look different from as usuall



describe(remote promises, function() {
describe(browsing, function() {
describe(getting page, function() {
it(should navigate to test page and check title, function() {
this.timeout(TIMEOUT);
return browser.get(http://admc.io/wd/test-pages/guinea-pig.html).then(function() {
return browser.title();
}).then(function(title) {
return assert.ok(~title.indexOf(I am a page title - Sauce Labs), Wrong title!);
});
})
it(submit element should be clicked1, function() {
this.timeout(TIMEOUT);
return browser.elementById(submit).then(function(el) {
return browser.clickElement(el);
}).then(function() {
return browser[eval](window.location.href);
}).then(function(location) {
assert.ok(~location.indexOf(http://), Wrong location!);
});
})
});
describe(clicking submit, function() {
it(submit element should be clicked2, function() {
this.timeout(TIMEOUT);
return browser.elementById(submit).then(function(el) {
return browser.clickElement(el);
}).then(function() {
return browser[eval](window.location.href);
}).then(function(location) {
assert.ok(~location.indexOf(http://), Wrong location!);
});
});
});

});
});


and i want that if should navigate to test page and check title is failed then
submit element should be clicked1 should be skipped



EDIT:
seems i'm just making my tests wrong, will wait for some time before deleting question



EDIT:



as i replied in comment - i already received this answer in mocha google groups, but there are some other restrictions i not mentioned in question - i'm using grunt-simple-mocha and as i inspected code - there is no bail option when i pass options to mocha constructor



i failed to find where are options from command line are passed to Suite instance, and the only line where it may be as i see it is a



suite.bail(this.bail());


which looks weird for me



i think i will open issue at mocha github pages, maybe they will extend passed options with bail setting later, or just explain me what i did wrong and how i can solve my problem in other way



EDIT: and now, according to https://github.com/visionmedia/mocha/commit/f0b441ceef4998e570a794dcff951bf2330eb0c5
latest Mocha have bail option from the box. Thanks to authors!


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Mocha supports bailing after the first test failure, is that what you want?



From mocha --help:



-b, --bail                      bail after first test failure

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