I've been learning how to do basic testing. However i'm hung up on:
eval "use Test::Pod::Coverage 1.00";
plan skip_all => "Test::Pod::Coverage 1.00 required for testing POD co
+verage" if $@;
However, it attempts to test my installed version of the module this test is for. So say I have Module/lib/Module.pm and Module/t/pod_coverage.t and I do prove t/pod_coverage.t, it doesn't test Module/lib/Module.pm, it tests /home/user/perl/version/installed_modules/Module.pm which results in a failed test case (if the module wasn't already installed) or a failed test case (because the previous version of the module on cpan shouldn't pass pod_coverage.t like the updated module).
Why isn't all_pod_coverage_ok() checking the current directory's lib directory and instead checks the installed version?