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Re: Test driven development with Perl and vim

by dragonchild (Archbishop)
on Mar 02, 2005 at 14:14 UTC ( #435832=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Test driven development with Perl and vim

Some more hacking around gives me this. The important change is no more dependency on errors.err. Instead, we use vim's own shell-out buffers, which are better. Plus, the old perl -wc wasn't working for me. And, this is also faster than using system() and gives immediate results, which is nice when you're waiting for 20+ testfiles to run. :-)

function! Prove ( verbose, taint ) if ! exists("g:testfile") let g:testfile = "t/*.t" endif if g:testfile == "t/*.t" || g:testfile =~ "\.t$" let s:params = "l" if a:verbose let s:params = s:params . "v" endif if a:taint let s:params = s:params . "Tt" endif execute "!prove -" . s:params . " " . g:testfile else call Compile () endif endfunction function! Compile () if ! exists("g:compilefile") let g:compilefile = expand("%") endif execute "!perl -wc -Ilib " . g:compilefile endfunction nmap ,t :call Prove (0,0)<cr> nmap ,tt :call Prove (0,1)<cr> nmap ,T :call Prove (1,0)<cr> nmap ,TT :call Prove (1,1)<cr> nmap ,v :call Compile ()<cr>

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