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Re: how do you build and test your modules locally before publishing

by Anonymous Monk
on Dec 31, 2012 at 02:29 UTC ( #1010977=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to how do you build and test your modules locally before publishing

Right before releasing I use  perl -e "$ENV{RELEASE_TESTING}=1; system $^X, 'Makefile.PL'; system 'dmake disttest'; " because dmake is my  perl -V:make and my shell is cmd.exe, so I can't RELEASE_TESTING=1 make disttest ;)

Before that I use  prove -Ilib t\03specific.t or  dmake test or  prove -vb t\04specifi.t depending if i'm starting from scratch, fixing a specific bug, writing a new test, verifying a bug, or whatever ... type once then up-arrow+enter to repeat from my commandline history

Pretty much regular stuff. I don't like the editor integration(F5/Ctrl+F7/whatever) or file watchers(run test on save, autoprove)

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