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Re^5: Test driven development with Perl and vim

by dragonchild (Archbishop)
on Mar 02, 2005 at 13:21 UTC ( #435810=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^4: Test driven development with Perl and vim
in thread Test driven development with Perl and vim

If a failed test occurs when using ",t" then I want to re-run that specific testfile using ",T" so that I can see the helpful messages I put into each ok() statement. In Excel::Template, for example, I have almost 200 tests over 24 files and hope to be at 500 over 50+ before all is said and done. Each test file generally has between 4 and 20 tests, which is a manageable amount of output. 200 isn't.

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Being unknowing, is not the same as being stupid.
Expressing a contrary opinion, whether to the individual or the group, is more often a sign of deeper thought than of cantankerous belligerence.
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Re^6: Test driven development with Perl and vim
by gaal (Parson) on Mar 02, 2005 at 13:46 UTC
    I guess we need something that sets TEST_VERBOSE=1 when a regular ,t produced failures (and maybe, if the ,w target was unset, set it to the failing testfile).

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[Corion]: :-D
[Corion]: I think that ITIL is mostly to prevent people from doing harm to a system that basically runs unattended :)
[Corion]: Maybe you could reduce ITIL to a computer network, a man and a dog. The network runs the computations. The man is there to feed the dog. The dog is there to prevent the man from accessing the computers.
[marto]: from experience of this side of the fence, it's all about proving to people that you are ITIL compliant, then the client ignores logical processes anyway :P
[marto]: when you work on the outside, for a client, you can make them aware of the stupids, but they don' t always listen :/
[Corion]: Yeah, you can lead them to water, but it's illegal to drown them...
[Discipulus]: Here my solution marto: create a win fake machine insied AD. do a micro fake partition foreach remote partition you wont to monit. put a web server that acept from data from remote systems and full fake partition as needed. fake partition are Mb. ;=)

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