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Re^3: What makes a contributor to Perl?

by Xiong (Hermit)
on Mar 30, 2012 at 11:58 UTC ( #962587=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: What makes a contributor to Perl?
in thread What makes a contributor to Perl?

Sorry; I misread your post; you appeared to seek an objective standard. You want specific instances. You did not intend to relate your post to mine; they merely approach the same question from different directions.

Um, anyone can throw together a list of stuff he likes somewhat. My vote for top Perler is Michael Schwern; for top contribution, Test::Simple. I consider Test::More the most important module extant. And yes, I've sent him fan mail.

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Re^4: What makes a contributor to Perl?
by Datz_cozee75 (Scribe) on Apr 18, 2012 at 04:36 UTC

    What do you use Test::Simple and Test::More for?

      Test::More is a module included in the Test::Simple distribution. A detailed explanation of it would not be appropriate here; I'll just say that it is the basic Perl testing module. If you're new to software testing, I cannot too highly recommend that you study up on the topic.

      Death only closes a Man's Reputation, and determines it as good or bad. —Joseph Addison

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