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- Jul 2017
- Nov 2015
If you have a copy of the ReSpec repository handy, you may see that there is also a respec2html.js tool under tools/. Feel free to try using it instead of the above process, but please note that it is not used much currently and may behave in a somewhat experimental manner (experiences with it vary — but it's worth a shot if you're looking for a way to generate ReSpec output from the command line).
Respec (sadly) doesn't quite have a command line tool...at least not one comparable to a browser's output.
Maybe PhantomJS (which Respec uses for tests) would do a better job?