Q&A > testing > What are some good testing references? contributed by pernod
In addition to trammell's suggestions above, for specification-based testing, tmoertel's Test::LectroTest is an excellent tool.
Test::LectroTest allows you to autmatically generate data-sets that tests larger areas of the problem space with ease. Read the module author's tutorial on the subject for a nice primer.
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