[sf-perl] Flash survey
friedman at highwire.stanford.edu
Thu Jan 20 20:52:57 PST 2011
My company uses Sys::Hostname when there's some machine-specific resource that the code needs, but isn't easy to quantify by another kind of check. For example, we have one machine that's faster than the other development servers, so we want certain scripts to only run there so they don't timeout.
Test::Class is a more JUnit-like way of writing TAP tests. You still use ok(), is(), etc. from Test::More, but you also can define startup/shutdown methods that run before and after each test. I tried it out just because I was curious about how it worked, after hearing a talk about it at SF PM a while ago.
Mike Friedman | HighWire Press, Stanford Univ | friedman at highwire.stanford.edu
On Jan 20, 2011, at 8:25 PM, Michael Friedman wrote:
> I finally tried out Test::Class for the first time this week.
> The most recent from-CPAN module I typed "use ..." for was Sys::Hostname, but that's not as interesting.
> -- Mike
> Mike Friedman | HighWire Press, Stanford Univ | friedman at highwire.stanford.edu
> On Jan 20, 2011, at 6:07 PM, Fred Moyer wrote:
>> Most recent CPAN module that you used (or updated), go.
>> Me - Apache::Test, updated a fix so that it exited with a zero status
>> code test target if run as root.
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