I'm trying to make prettier HTML for my tests so that they are easy to read. This means I want to write them as template strings.
The problem is that tools do not output template strings, instead giving me diffs like this:
"'\\n<ul class=\"list\">\\n <li class=\"list-item\">\\n <input\\n type=\"radio\"\\n checked=\"\"\\n name=\"item\"\\n value=\"1\"\\n />\\n </li>\\n</ul>\\n'"
Which I would like to see as:
` <ul class="list"> <li class="list-item"> <input type="radio" checked="" name="item" value="1" /> </li> </ul> `
I could write a custom solution but is there an existing tool for this?
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The poor man's solution... open Codepen and throw these codes:
Could automate more. Also noticed that apparently my setup for
tap-nirvanaisn't probably working right as I'm getting
deepEqualcomparisons in a very unfriendly syntax and the whole purpose for
tap-nirvanais to give me pretty colors and diffs.
tap-diffletand no more issues with double escaped strings and diffs are easier to read :)