When testing, do we just expect to see JS output during debugging?

Lets say I want to use Jest for my JS testing, and use ReScript binding for Jest. As far as I understand it, I will be testing the actual JS file, not the ReScript file. This means, that when I debug the test and see errors printed out by Jest, it will be JS file and not ReScript file right? Is this a common workflow, or is there a better way?

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Yes, it’s a common workflow

I am expecting that with the “uncurried by default” feature in the next compiler the generated JavaScript will be simpler and easier to debug.


I see, that makes sense!