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Requirejs and Jasmine BDD beforeEach calling Class not working

Hi,

I'm just learning jasmine and requirejs. I have this bit of code:

/*global describe, it, */
/*jshint -W117*/
define(
  [
    "js/helpers/HitPoints"
  ], 
  function( HitPoints ) {

    describe('Hitpoints stats', 
      function () {
        'use strict';

        var hitPoints = new HitPoints( 10, 10 );
        var oValues = hitPoints.getValues();

        /*beforeEach(function() {
          hitPoints = new HitPoints( 10, 10 );
          oValues = hitPoints.getValues();
        });*/

        it("has damages equal to expected from applyDamaage()", function () {

            hitPoints.setCallback( window , hitPoints.onHitsPointsChangedMan );
            hitPoints.applyDamage(2);

            expect(oValues.value).toEqual(2);
        });

        it("returns the values as objects", function () {
          //var oValues = hitPoints.getValues();

          expect(oValues).toBeDefined();
        });

    });

});

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I'm trying to get the beforeEach currently commented out to work.

I tried using the this keyword too like (http://jasmine.github.io/2.0/introduction.html):

beforeEach(function() {
          this.hitPoints = new HitPoints( 10, 10 );
          this.oValues = hitPoints.getValues();
        });

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But the other it() calls saying that this.hitPoints is undefined still. I changed the hitPoints variable to this.hitPoints in the it()  functions too.

Any  suggestions?

Thank you!
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Victor Kimura
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Victor Kimura
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Victor KimuraSEO, Web DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Oh, I think this is the answer which makes it work now!

ref. http://www.sep.com/sep-blog/2014/07/16/jasmine-a-whole-new-world-of-javascript-testing-3/

        var hitPoints,
            oValues;

        beforeEach(function() {
          hitPoints = new HitPoints( 10, 10 );
          oValues = hitPoints.getValues();
        });

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peprCommented:
OT: You can accept your own answer to close the question. This way, your points will be refunded to you, and the question stays here for the others who may find it useful later.
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Victor KimuraSEO, Web DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Ok, thanks, pepr. =) Father God bless<><
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