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Re: Silencing warnings when testing

by Ovid (Cardinal)
on Oct 28, 2002 at 02:07 UTC ( #208432=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Silencing warnings when testing

I typically use typeglobs to override the sub and capture the arguments. Then, you can test whether or not carp was called and if it received the correct arguments. Below is a test script.

#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; package Foo; use Carp; sub bar { carp "This is a test"; } package main; use Test::More 'no_plan'; use constant MODULE => 'Foo'; { my $carp; local *Foo::carp = sub { $carp = join '', @_ }; can_ok( MODULE, 'bar' ); Foo::bar(); ok( $carp, 'Calling Foo::bar() should call carp()' ); is( $carp, 'This is a test', '... with the correct error message' ); }

Just make sure that you localize the typeglob. This ensures that subsequent calls to carp that you forgot to trap will still spit out error messages.


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