QUnit.stack( [ offset = 0 ] )

Returns a single line string representing the stacktrace (call stack)

name description
offset (number) Set the stacktrace line offset. Defaults to 0

This method returns a single line string representing the stacktrace from where it was called. According to its offset argument, QUnit.stack() will return the correspondent line from the call stack.

The default offset is 0 and will return the current location where it was called.

Not all browsers support retrieving stracktraces. In those, QUnit.stack() will return undefined.

Example

The stacktrace line can be used on custom assertions and reporters. The following example logs the line of each passing assertion.

QUnit.log( function( details ) {
  if ( details.result ) {

    // 5 is the line reference for the assertion method, not the following line.
    console.log( QUnit.stack( 5 ) );
  }
} );

QUnit.test( "foo", function( assert ) {

  // the log callback will report the position of the following line.
  assert.ok( true );
} );