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Re: Alternate Test::Harness

by seattlejohn (Deacon)
on Mar 12, 2004 at 06:22 UTC ( #336094=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Alternate Test::Harness

Could you just use Test::Harness and grep out everything except the cases you want to report? (This is my preferred method for viewing test output anyway. I don't want to know about the hundreds of tests that succeeded, just the handful that failed.)

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Re: Re: Alternate Test::Harness
by pbeckingham (Parson) on Mar 12, 2004 at 07:00 UTC

    I could run Test::Harness and suppress the output, but there's just something about all that interactive counting of tests (and there are 2000 tests) that I don't want to deal with. Just in the way that Test::Harness counts tests from 1 to 10, means that I get unbuffered characters and backspaces sent.

    Test::Harness is too verbose - I agree. I'd rather see a one-line summary on complete success, with no other output. Thanks for the suggestion - it will be "Plan B".

    In fact, thanks to everyone.

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